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WoW! Last week saw the best of the best each house compete in annual Academic Week.
This event really highlights Waiuku College's Moto Titiro Teitei, Aim High
The Results are as follows
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Congratulations to everyone who participated, special thanks to the Academic Portfolio and all the Prefects and Leonie for all their help during the week.
Oh my gosh, what a great event. The quality of art from the students was the best in recent years. The results are in.
1st place - Totara
2nd place - Kauri
3rd place - Rimu
4th place - Matai
Spirit shield went to Kauri. Thanks to all the participants and Leonie Cook with her army of helpers for the great event.
Dont forget be in the hall tomorrow at lunch for the Haka Competition.
Listen up everyone,
The House Competition is starting to heat up. All houses are out to get the maximum points next week in Pavement Art and the annual Haka Competition. The points are close so it is still anyones game. All houses have started practicing for the Haka Competition but you can still join. So at admin today go to your house meeting spots and listen to what you can do for your house group this term.
The following are the meeting places.
Rimu - L-Block - Inside the Whare if raining
Kauri - Hall
Matai - Gym 2
Totara - Gym 1
NCEA Whanau Hui – Tuesday 29 July 6 p.m in the Whare Ma Toro
Nā tō rourou, nā taku rourou
ka ora ai te iwi
With your food basket and my food basket
The people will thrive
WOW! What a competition. 165 students entered the annual House Chess competition, but it came down to just two players.
Congratulations to Callum Urlich from Matai for becoming the College Chess Champion for 2014.
The runner-up was Daniel Neil from Totara. Our congratulations to him for what was a great match.
The overall House Points, however, are as follows:
RIMU 1st 96 points
MATAI 2nd 95 Points
TOTARA 3rd 83 Points
KAURI 4th 73 Points
Congratulations to all participants and well done, everyone. Our special thanks go to both Leonie Cook and Rita Baker for their excellent organizational skills and efficient running of the Chess Tournament.
The Sci-Tech Experience
8 & 9July 2014
Year 11 students interested in Natural Sciences, Human Performance, Engineering, Computing or Science and Technology in general?
The Sci-Tech Experience will give Year 11 students a fantastic opportunity to visit Unitec to take part in some exciting activities.
To register, students can go to www.sci-tech.org.nz to get the application forms. The cost per student is $75.00