Our Enrolment Evening For new students, families and whanau will be held tonight Thursday 17 October 2019 4.00pm – 7.00pm in the Kerikeri High School Library. This is your opportunity to tell us about your child and to learn about some of the school structures. You will also be offered a tour of the school accompanied by a student. We look forward to seeing you there.
Next Thursday September 19th is MARKET DAY at Kerikeri High School. We welcome all family, friends and whanau.
The Market is open in the Kerikeri High School Gymnasium between 10am- 1pm, however we recommend coming between 10am-11am to see the market as it opens and to get yourself some bargains! Look forward to seeing you there.
There will be a whole school Mufti Day on Friday 30 August $2 per student, please show your support by wearing yellow, orange or green.
There will be a Bake Sale and Sausage Sizzle at Interval and Lunch on Friday for all students to help raise funds for cancer research.
Raffle tickets $2 each available for students to purchase in tutorial all week – some amazing prizes to be won.
Parents of students that would like to contribute to Friday’s Bake Sale, we would love your support…..if you are able to bake a cake, slice, biscuits or muffins that can be sold at school, drop off is Friday morning.
Our Mid Winter Break is tomorrow, Friday 23 August. We hope our students get a chance to re-fuel, get on top of any winter bugs and return energized for the second five weeks of the term.
Kerikeri High School Music Department Presents
“This Is Us”
Tuesday 20th August, 6.30pm, KKHS Auditorium – Featuring Suzie’s Drums, Junior Concert Band, Jazz Band, The Steve’s, Senior Music Students and more!
Wednesday 21st August, 6.30pm, KKHS Auditorium – Murray’s Guitars, Concert Band, Laura’s Singers, Rockquest , Senior Music Students and more!
Cost – Adults $5 and Students $2.
Tickets available from Reception or at the door.
We warmly welcome parents, whanau and students to attend our Parent Feedback Evening tonight, Thursday 15 August 2019 from 4.00pm – 7.00pm.
The purpose of these ten-minute meetings is to provide feedback and feed forward on your child’s academic progress. Relationships are the key to everything we do at Kerikeri High School, and so we value these ten-minute meetings at this important stage of the year.
We are fortunate that Pauline Spence from Netsafe is returning to Tai Tokerau to deliver her workshops across our wider region. Please find following information on the Netsafe FREE event for parents and whānau.