Monday, 26 June 2017 07:56

News Update: Term 2 Week 9

In this week's edition:

Senior & Junior Plays
Pride Event
Young Enterprise Company
School Holiday Film-making Workshop
Hip Hop Unite Dance Competition
latest Sports News (click here)


Senior and Junior Plays

SENIOR PLAY:  Monday and Tuesday July 3 and 4 in the PAC!
JUNIOR PLAY:  Wednesday and Thursday July 5 and 6 in the PAC!
Both Comedies! Both worth experiencing! 7pm, limited seating!
Tickets $5.00, available from Tuesday 27/6 from the school office. Be quick, don't miss out!!!

 

Congratulations to CARLA ROBERTS, Year 9, who has been chosen to be on  the Tauranga Council Youth Advisory Group
This group engages with Councillors, Committees and staff teams at Council about the things that matter to young people and share the views of youth on a wide range of subjects from policies and strategies, to open spaces and transport needs.
What a wonderful opportunity and honour to be accepted.  Well done Carla. 


PRIDE EVENT

Friday 30 June at 4.30pm in A4 (LGBTQ+ students).  A gathering of all members of the Equality Club to mark the end of PRIDE month.


YOUNG ENTERPRISE COMPANY

Otumoetai College Young Enterprise Company "Honey and Co." will be at the "Seriously Good Food Show" for their product launch at the ASB Arena this weekend, 1st and 2nd of July - selling their Seriously Good Honey Base Syrups. These students have developed this honey base syrup product, an alternative to sugar, and is available in three flavours, Caramel, Vanilla and Chia which can be added to coffee, milkshakes, smoothies and used in baking.

This is part of the Young Enterprise National competition, where a product needs to be taken to market, they are trying to raise awareness of the declining bee population. A percentage of profits made will go towards "The Save the Bees Trust".

Students in this group are: Samantha Searle, Laura Harnett, Shelby Bell, Taylor Rapley-Jones, Ruby-Rose Pomare and Lammie Griezel-Hill.

If you get a chance please go along to support these hardworking students.
  


School Holiday Film-making Workshop


HIP HOP UNITE DANCE COMPETITION

Congratulations to Charlotte Patterson and her crew De Visu from Urban Dance, who competed in the Hip Hop Unite dance competition in Wellington over the weekend and placed 1st to win yet another National title.  Charlotte will be representing NZ at the HHU World Championships in Holland late October 2017.  Charlotte is already representing New Zealand in Glasgow in August!  Charlotte is looking for sponsorship to help with the costs of her trip. If you can help, please contact Erena on 021 610 660.

 

 

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