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John Paul II High School

Panui - John Paul II High School, Term 3 Week 1

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Kia ora koutou katoa

by Renée Hutchinson

Welcome to Term 3! It was great to see our students back this week ready for a busy term ahead.

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Catholic Character

by Abina Pope

Pope Francis reconciling with indigenous peoples of Canada. Forgiveness at the heart of the teachings of Jesus.

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Enrolling Now

by JPII

We have places available at all year levels. Preference (Catholic) and non-preference.

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Gateway and Careers Co-Ordinator

by Jasmine Fitzgerald

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Yr10 Boyle River Camp 9-12 August

by Madeleine Castle

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by TM Whitmore - Returning officer

Nominations are open for the election of six parent representatives to the Greymouth Catholic Schools board of trustees for John Paul II and St Patrick's School

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South Island Secondary Schools (SISS) Netball Tournament

by Jasmine Dodemaide

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West Coast Representatives

by Jasmine Dodemaide

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by Board of trustees

The board would like to thank the school community for participating and sharing your opinions in regards to the community consultation for a dedicated board of trustees.

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by Merv Ellis

The well-being focus for this term is Resilience. Each week there will be a different strategy posted to help us build resilience.

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UPCOMING EVENTS TERM 3

by JPII

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by JPII

Starting next week, there will be tutoring during breaks available for all year levels.

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Winter Tournament Raffle Winners

by Jasmine Dodemaide

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Free Period Products in Schools

by JPII

Please encourage your daughters to come and collect their free period products

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West Coast Drive Smoke Free for Tamariki

by Health NZ

The West Coast Tobacco Free Coalition have produced a local West Coast Drive Smokefree for Tamariki video with local talent to raise awareness of the Smokefree Cars law change that came into effect in November last year, making it illegal to smoke in a vehicle carrying people aged under 18 in the vehicle.

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by Inclusive Aotearoa Collective Tahono

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by Grey District Youth Trust

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by Keystone Trust

We are taking Study Award applications for our 2023 intake. We are so excited to be able to make available up to 10 Study Awards for school leavers from around the motu who meet our eligibility criteria and will be entering their first year of tertiary study in 2023.

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