Daily Notices

Daily Notices - News - Mount Maunganui College


Can all students interested in auditioning for Dance NZ made please be present on the following dates in the Dance room.

Year 9-10: Thursday 21st Feb
Year 11-13: Tuesday 12th Feb

Please all be ready to dance, leave bags in changing room and be dressed and ready. You will have time to eat after.
- Tuesday 5th March, 2019 (YE)
Our first GSA (Gay Straight Alliance) meeting will be held this Thursday lunchtime in F14 - all are welcome.
- Thursday 21st February, 2019 (ST)
Underwater hockey is on again in the school pool this Thursday at lunch time. Everyone is welcome to come and have a go. You only need your togs but if you have a mask and snorkel it would be good to bring them along.
- Thursday 21st February, 2019 (CA)
- Thursday 21st February, 2019 (RIL)
There is a meeting in the hall at lunchtime on Friday for any year 13 student who has a query, question about leavers jerseys and for those students who wish to place an order for a jersey.
- Friday 22nd February, 2019 (BA)

General Notices

call out to ukulelians .
if you would like to join a uke group come see Mr Clark in the music dept.
There are still places available for the pre-season netball program, this is a good opportunity to get fit for the upcoming trials. If you are interested please go to the sports office to collect a newsletter. There are two different programs running, one for senior players (years 10-13) and one for juniors (years 9-10). Get in fast as we can only take 30 players, please See Mrs Hoult if you have any questions.
If you are wanting to trial for a netball team this year you must collect a newsletter from the sports office and fill out the registration form before the trials begin. The first senior trial is on the Sunday 24 February and the juniors first trial is on Sunday 3 March. All trial dates and times will be on the sports notice board opposite the library. Mrs Hoult will be in the sports office every Thursday lunchtime to answer any questions. ALL TRIALS ARE BEING HELD AT THE HARBOURSIDE NETBALL COURTS.
If you're interested in learning more about the internationally recognised Duke of Edinburgh Award, come to a meeting in F9 at lunchtime on Thursday.
There are 4 sections involved - skills, physical recreation (sport), service, and adventurous journey.
The award is designed to challenge you and help develop important life skills like resilience and fortitude. An added bonus is that it looks great on your CV and gives you an advantage over others when you start applying for jobs.
Thanks for all those that auditioned for the vocal group. The standard was very high. The names of those in the group are on the A4 door and first rehearsal on Friday at 10.30. Those that did not make it this time will be on a waiting list for those that fail to come to rehearsals.