Monthly Archives: September 2011

Senior A Netball Champions

The Kerikeri High School Senior A Netball Team are proud winners of the Kerikeri Netball Centre Premier Grade for 2011.  The team consists of Nadia Sievers, Emily Curtis, Emma McNeil, Hollie Fuller, Oceane Maihi, Kate Steven, Gemma O’Leary, Hannah Casey … Continue reading

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Te Reo Community Problem Solving

The Te Reo (“Together Everyone Really Enjoying Our reo”) Community Problem Solving Team is a group of dedicated and hard working Year Seven and Eight students from Kerikeri High School. These students have been working over the last year to … Continue reading

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Parent Information Evening – Thursday 22 September – re Meningococcal

Please refer to the attached documents for information about an evening being held tonight – Thursday 22 September at 6.00p.m. at the Kerikeri St John Ambulance Hall, and also an Information Sheet Meningococcal C immunisation InformationSheetMeningococcal C

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Policy on Bullying

The Board of Trustees is in the process of reviewing the Policy on Bullying following the Ministry request for a nation wide review of bullying in schools. You can read the Policy by clicking on the link below. We would … Continue reading

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Honours Nominations

Honours Nominations are again open, and will close on Thursday 29 September 2011 at 3.00pm.  Nominations should be completed on the correct Nomination forms which are available on the Kerikeri High School website under ‘About Us – Other Information’.

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Review of Policy

The Board of Trustees are in the process of reviewing the Policy on Bullying following the Ministry request for a nationwide review of bullying in schools.  You can read the Policy by clicking on the link below.  We would like … Continue reading

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Meningococcal Disease

Brett Crossley Coe is in intensive care in Whangarei Hospital with suspected meningitis.  There will be no confirmation of the tests until early next week and in the meantime it is being treated as a case.  We are working with … Continue reading

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