Daily Notices

Daily Notices Wednesday 24th June

Prayer: Lord, we thank you for giving us our parents and people who care about us. We pray that you give them the wisdom to know right from wrong and the understanding to know how to teach us on our life's journey. Give them the strength to persevere when we do not listen, and give us hearts that are gentle and loving towards them. Most of all, please give us your blessings that we may grow together as a family and stay close to each other in your love. We make this prayer in your name, Amen.

Meetings / Practices 

Drumkit Lessons are on today All (BW) Drumkit lessons are on today. Please make sure you know your time and be on time for your lesson. Also make sure that the teachers, whose classes are disrupted by you leaving or arriving, know your whereabouts. All

Saxophone and Flute Lessons are Today M3 Today (BW) Saxophone and Flute lessons are on today with Mr Schwabe. Please make sure you know your time and be on time for your lesson. Also make sure that the teachers, whose classes are disrupted by you leaving or arriving, know your whereabouts. All

KI O RAHI Gym classroom Today  Interval (MC)
All students who played in the ki o rahi tournament last year need to meet in the gym classroom at interval Friday for an important hui, thanks. All

CHARITY SOCIAL PHOTOS NOW AVAILABLE
Interval and Lunch (BW)
Photos are now available to view and purchase. An individual photo (normal photo size) will cost $1, pay $10 for 15 photos and you receive the prints AND digital copies of your chosen photos on CD.... we know, bargain! Photos are in M2 to view during interval and lunchtime today, tomorrow and friday. Orders will only be accepted on the order form (available in M2 or from Mr Bowen/Mrs Mollard) WITH full payment. Last day for orders is Tuesday and you'll receive your prints at the start of Term 3... IF YOU CHOOSE THE $10 OPTION YOU WILL HAVE YOUR CD BEFORE THE HOLIDAYS! Seniors

General Notices

Travel Overseas All (XMP)
Any student who intends travelling overseas over the next few months is asked to see Mr Rose in the office well ahead of the planned travel dates. Thank you. All

National Excellence in Teaching Awards All (XMP)
St Peter's College has been invited to submit nominations for the National Excellence In Teaching and Leadership Awards. This awards programme provides a rare opportunity to publicly recognise and encourage our outstanding teachers and leaders and give them a well-deserved pat on the back. Nominations can be made by parents, Boards of Trustees, Parent Associations, Secondary Student Councils and community organisations. Nominated teachers receive a congratulatory NEiTA Certificate of Nomination and become candidates for the NEiTA Awards. Some Nomination Forms are available from the office and can also be downloaded and completed online at www.neita.co.nz.
The closing date for nominations is Monday 31st August 2009.

St Peter's College:  Are You Ready to Write? All (XMP)
Write a 500 to 800 word Short Story and be in to win chocolaty prizes!! More information on the door of the Library

Flu Prevention Tips All (XMP)
It is a good time to remind everyone that the best things you can do to stop the spread of any type of influenza virus is to:

� stay at home and away from others if you are sick
� cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue
� put used tissues into a rubbish bin
� avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth - germs spread that way
� be careful to wash hands often with soap and dry them thoroughly as hand hygiene is critical: even when you start to feel better there is still a risk of infecting others, so keep to the 20/20 rule - 20 seconds washing and 20 seconds drying
� keep surfaces clean at home, school and work.

Senior Girls Touch All (MC)
Reminder to the members of this team - your $50 commitment fee is due by 30th June - please ensure this is paid to the accounts office this week! All

Raffle All (MD)
Support 8Md's efforts to raise money for Keys to the Kingdom by purchasing a raffle ticket. Tickets $1. Prize: Basket of Groceries. All

Touch Senior Girls All (XSC)
Reminder: $50.00 for National Tournament has to be paid no later than Monday 29th June.

LIAISON VISITS IN THE CAREERS DEPARTMENT All (XCR)
The Careers Department is planning guest speakers for next term and would value your input. The Army has already visited earlier in the year. We need to gauge your interest as to whether we invite them to come in again. There are 2 lists on the Careers Door in the foyer of the Student Support Centre. If you want a visit from the Army Liaison add your name to that list by TUESDAY 30th JUNE. The second list is for your suggestions of who you would be interested in hearing during a lunchtime Careers Presentation. Please make the effort to get your suggestions on the list before the end of this term.

HALL CHANGING ROOOMS AND TOILETS All (MC)
To all students - the hall changing rooms and toilets are not available for use until next term. PE classes please use the gym changing rooms and all students please do not use the hall toilets. All

Peer Mediation Seniors (MT)
Josh Anastasi, Connor Drummond, Chad Foley and Karl Mooyman please come to B10 at Form Time

Seekers period 4 today Year 07+8 7Je: Emily Aull, Travis McIntosh , Gnyke Milligan, Dylan Tavite, Tayla Watts 8Ka: Vaida Hoggard. Please excuse yourself from class and come to the Chapel at the start of period 4 today, Friday. Please bring your Link Book .

Seekers period 5 today Year 07+8 7 Wh: Kate Fletcher, Samantha Hoffman, Claire Holdsworth, Jack Lane, Sophie Mc Eldowney, Sam Siggs CAd: Tayla Crowley, Please excuse yourself from class and come to the Chapel at the start of period 5 today, Friday.
Please bring your Link book.

Year 07+8 Seekers Period 2 today Year 08 8 Md: Felicia Aull, 8 Md Joseph Watson. Please excuse yourself from class and come to the chapel at the start of period 2 today, Friday. Please bring your Link books Year 09 9 Sh Daniel Field and Allan Mathew. Please excuse yourself from class and come to the chapel at the start of period 2.

Thought for the Day:  Champions keep playing until they get it right.  Have a happy day!  Have a great weekend!



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