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BoT Elections

May 19, 2016 by blennzict | 0 comments

For your information and advice here is an update about the election process so far:

Any parent nomination forms coming into school should be scanned and be mailed to wayne@cessl.org.nz with originals in the mail . If nomination forms are simply mailed they will not be received by CES by 12 noon Friday, 20th May 2016 . Nomination forms can also be scanned directly to wayne@cessl.org.nz. 

Homai Campus School Term 1 Newsletter

May 17, 2016 by blennzict | 0 comments

Eight students standing at start of tunnel

The Kickstart group before entering the tunnel

Homai Campus School have had a full on start to 2016. Highlights include Jumpstart learning Te Reo, Takahe’s preparations for the Parasports Day, Weka learning about their own families and Tui and their Great Kumar Hunt. Kiwi  class have been showing their sporting prowess in two sporting events, James Cook Satellite Class have been training for three athletic events, Kickstart went on camp and Nikau Hostel welcomed seven students at the beginning of the year.

What a busy start to the year! You can read more of what has been happening in the Homai Campus Newsletter Term 1 2016.

 

The VIPs!

May 11, 2016 by blennzict | 1 Comment

Two students, one in front of a microphone and one playing a guitar

Lizzie and Jack of The VIPs practicing for the Smoke Free Rock Quest

The James Cook High Satellite Band (The VIPs) have entered the Smoke Free Rock Quest and will be performing at the regional heats this Saturday 14th May 2016 at the Dorothy Winstone Centre, Howe Street. (Auckland Girls Grammar School).

There is a big line up of bands and it will be great for our students to be participating.

If you haven’t already made plans for Saturday night  – please come along to support the band and enjoy the music.

There are door sales ($10.00) and the evening starts at 3pm.

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