We wish to advise that the following dates have been booked for the 2019 Kerikeri High School Netball trails. All trials will be held at the Kerikeri Netball Centre.
Monday 25th February 3.30 – 6.30pm – Players wanting to trial for A Grade and above (Year 10-13).
(Senior players that want to play Social Grade Netball can contact the Sports Department to discuss options.)
Monday 4th March 3.30 – 6.00pm – Year 9&10 trials
Tuesday 19th March 3.30 – 5.30 – Year 7 trials
Year 8 trials – Date to be confirmed
Expressions of interest for coaching and managing a Kerikeri High School Netball Team in 2019 can be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
It is with much excitement that we announce our 2018 Kerikeri High School Magazine has arrived. Magazines can be purchased from Reception at a cost of only $10. This is excellent value for such a high quality publication and is full of events and student achievements from 2018 (and 2017 raft race), it also has all form class photographs in it – bonus!
We wish to advise that the Northland District Health Board have amended the opening time for the drop in Meningococcal Vaccination centre to 11.00am.
To confirm, the drop in centre will be open to the public between 11.00am through to 6.00pm from Wednesday December 5 through until Friday 21 December.
The Centre will also be open on Saturday 8 December and Sunday 9 December from 11.00am – 4.00pm.
Further to our earlier message, the Vaccination Programme run by the Northland District Health Board is a community drop in centre. While the vaccinations are occurring on our school site, we are not actively involved in the vaccination process. We have not been provided any details about parental consent etc. Therefore at this stage parents who are wanting their children vaccinated will need to make these arrangements. Should this change for those students who are at school next week and eligible we will of course let you know.
We apologise for any confusion this may have caused.
You will be aware that a community outbreak of Meningococcal W disease has been declared in Northland, and that a Vaccination Programme is being established to help prevent the spread of this disease.
Kerikeri High School will host one of the community drop in centres in our International Classroom, which is on the end of our Library Building. The drop in centre will be open to the public between 10.00am 6.00pm from Wednesday December 5 through until Friday 21 December.
The first week will include the centre being open Saturday December 8 and Sunday December 9.
Please find below three communications from the Northland District Health Board about Meningococcal disease and the vaccination programme.
Alternatively, the Northland District Health Board advise that you can visit any clinic within Northland butyou must be a Northland resident and you will need to bring your child’s Well Child Book, or Plunket book and NHI number (if known).
- Clinic venues have been selected in relation to the number of people enrolled in each area.
- Please be aware that the main centres will be busy so plan for this and consider that the clinics are on over a 2 ½ week period
- You will be required to wait 20 minutes after the vaccination.
Men W Vaccination Calendar
Meningococcal Disease Fact Sheet
Meningococcal W Vacination Programme Northland
Our annual school Art Exhibition will be happening next week. All students, whanau, caregivers, friends and members of the public are invited to attend the opening with nibbles and drinks from 5.30pm – 7.30pm on Thursday 29 November. The exhibition will also be open to the public from 9.00am – 3.00pm on Friday 30 November and 9.00am – 12.00pm on Saturday 1 December. We hope to see you there.
The Kerikeri High School Drama Department presents ‘What Do You Expect’
Come along to the Year 10 performance of What do you expect? 7.00pm on Wednesday 21st November. Tickets are available on the night form the Library Foyer, $5.00 per person.
We hope to see you there.