24/7 Gaming Club
Hope Cafe / Hope Community Trust (Fri 17 May - 3.30)
Gaming club is back!!! Come down and pick up a controller at 24/7 Gaming Club and have a go at competing and playing with your friends in games like Call of Duty, Halo, Injustice, WWE 2K, NBA 2K and more! No sign up or payment required, just turn up and have a good time with your Rangiora High homies. This year we have 6 TVs and 6 consoles all on the go at once!
The Gaming Club is in the building just in front of Rangiora Baptist Church. It is only 1 minute walk from the school gate so rock on down straight after school. For more info, come and see one of your Youth Workers today and they will link you up with the gaming club. Game on!
R4 (Mon 20 May - 1.30pm)
The Rangiora High School Leo Club has Leadership opportunities for prospective Students to come along, listen and participate. We are looking for students who are willing to learn how to deal with the outside world to grow your ideas while looking after your fellow beings. It gives you a reason to succeed in life and to learn different skills. Leos does a lot for the community and is part of Lions Clubs International. We have weekly meetings on Mondays from 1.30pm during your lunch break in R4.
Enriched Environment Forum - Have Your Say
Hall (Tue 21 May)
Have you say. Come to the Hall on Tuesday, 21st and Thursday 23rd next week at lunchtime to share your ideas on how our school's environment can be enriched.
What kind of furniture would you like to see and what ideas do you have for a school mural? Answer a few simple questions about RHS environment and get a free lollipop
G6 (Mon 20 May - 1.30 - 2pm)
Junior debating - all juniors welcome to come along to debating every Monday lunchtime in G6.
Health Clinic - 0277557158
K9 (Thu 1 Jan)
Monday Chanel 9.30 to 2.30
Wednesday Chanel 9.30 to 2.30
Thursday Catherine 11.00 to 12.30
Friday Chanel 9.30 to 2.30
FUN FACT: The population of the entire world in 5000BC was five million.
Business Market Day
Te Tauraka (Fri 10 May - Lunch)
ROLL UP ROLL UP!!! Te Tauraka
Come to Year 10 Business Market Day in Te Tauraka for yummy treats and crafty goodies
WHEN: Friday May 17th at lunchtime
WHERE: Te Tauraka
WHAT: Cookie Dough, Donuts, Candles, Chocolate Wheel, Popcorn Pops and much more
ENTRY: Free but you must have money to get in!
Baptist church (Fri 17 May - 6-9pm)
Don't let the ball break your budget. Or your parents budget! Over 200 gowns for sale at the Rangiora Baptist Church courtesy of the Recycling Clothing Company, River Road, Rangiora. I know for certain that a gown bought for $400 is for sale at $25. I watched and laughed as the ladies priced it up. You'll look amazing and still have money in the bank! Also available, shoes, bags, accessories.
Last year, we sold $700 worth of stuff, and bought 35 mattresses for an orphanage in Kenya, and $350 on 22 waterproof blankets for the homeless. Thank you! Be global!
Football 9A Boys, 9 Green Boys & 9B Boys
Pick up your Out Of Class Pass from the sports office at interval or lunch time today.
Basketball refereeing Friday nights - Any students who would like to referee basketball on Friday nights at our home games please sign up at the Sports Office asap
Specify a Notice Subject
HPS31 - Sport & Rec class
Mr Eder's Year 13 Sport & Rec class to Gym 2 Period 1 today please
HPW21- Health class
Mr Eder's Health class to A4 again Period 2 today please
FREE ZUMBA CLASSES
All students and staff welcome to attend Free Zumba Classes every Friday in the Aerobics Room in the gym at lunch time, please wear appropriate gear. Professional instructor coming to run
Studypass packs include Fold-out notes and Revision Guides with previous NCEA questions with worked answers. They are a great resource when studying for senior external exams. See https://studypass.com/ for details. Please pay at the main office BY JUNE 1 and make sure you state which subject and level. Packs are available for L1 Math,Science, L2 Math, Chemistry, Physics and L3 Calc, Stats, Chemistry and Physics. Each Pack (which includes notes and revision guide) costs $22. You can buy the notes or guide separately for $14 each. [This is a saving of up to 45% on the RRP] See your Math Teacher or STB for a sample.
Any student wanting to do life saving please come to the Sports Office for details
STOP Bullying campaign
Next week brings the focus on bullying and how we ALL need to Speak up and Stand Up to Stop bullying/Kōrero Mai, Kōrero Atu, Mauri Tū, Mauri Ora. ON Friday is Pink Shirt/Mufti Day. Bring a gold coin for wearing mufti. There will be prizes for the best pink mufti for two students at each level. The money collected will go to Mental Health Foundation.
Host Families Needed
Opportunity for students to experience another culture at home, practice your language skills, make new friends and rediscover and share the beauty of NZ. Students arrive in Jan, April, June & July and stay for 3, 5 or 10 months. If your family can offer a friendly, supportive and caring home environment, contact us 0800 440 079 or email@example.com. - Student Exchange Australia New Zealand
Anyone interested in Secondary School Gymnastics & Trampoline Canterbury Champs on 18 June please sign up at the sports office.
Junior Girls Football Players
any girls aged 13/14 years who may be interested in playing football this season for The Waimak Club please see mr Fahey asap?