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Issue 27 2017

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SPRING UPDATE – Years Seven and Eight

by Mike Campbell

Kia Ora, As the days lengthen and the temperatures soar, it is timely to provide you with a ‘state of the nation’ I think.

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CHOOSING SUBJECTS FOR 2019

by Steve Read

Kavanagh College Course booklet. The booklet for courses offered in 2019 is now available in both hard copy and online. Students have been issued with a copy and will enter options online.

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Year 7–10 Parent/Teacher Interviews

by Steve Read

Year 7 – 10 Parent/Teacher interviews will be held on Tuesday 19th September in the School Hall.

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Calling all Advertisers for the Yearbook/Magazine 2017

by Pauline Ireland-Kenny

Every year at Kavanagh College we publish a yearbook/magazine, recording the history and achievements of our school year. Last year’s Magazine ran to 152 pages with over 700 photographs. Our twenty-eighth magazine will again be a quality publication, with glossy pages set in laser print. The 2016 full colour version can be seen on the school website.

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MANA POUNAMU YOUNG ACHIEVERS’ AWARDS 2017

by Tim Lucas

Calling for nominations for this year's Mana Pounamu award. Do you know an outstanding Māori junior (Year 9-11) student or senior (Year 12-13) student at Kavanagh College that deserves recognition? 

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OTAGO POLYFEST 2017

by Tim Lucas

In Week 8, two groups from our College will be performing at the Otago PolyFest. 

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SingOut4Justice - Made it to the Top Ten!

SingOut4Justice

by Georgie Watts

Our Year 10 Music students make the top ten in the Caritas competition!

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Students Get To Runaway 

by Maggie McGarry

Students from the merged Gifted and Talented programme visited Runaway last week - an independent game developer and publisher based in Dunedin

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Homestays Wanted 

by Lina Lastra

Kavanagh College is looking for caring families to host our international students. This is a fantastic opportunity not only for our students who will experience the “Kiwi” lifestyle but also for you, who will learn about other cultures whilst building lifelong relationships.

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Sam and Ollie Meikle playing music

Otago Secondary Schools' Music Festival - Monday 11th September

by Georgie Watts

This festival of music from schools around the region is celebrating its 48th year this year.

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First Rehearsal For 'The Company' is Tuesday, September 5 at 6pm in the Kavanagh Auditorium 

by Chris Manley

Come along and help us create this year's Christmas Pantomime. If you love singing, dancing and acting we definitely need you.

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SENIOR ENVIRO COUNCIL

by Lucia Rozenberg

Mufti Day - Wednesday, 13 September

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Board of Trustee Student Elections

by Maria Menzies

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Tutoring for Years 11-13 students

by Paula Stewart

Tutoring will begin again on Wednesday 6th September from 2.10-4.00pm.

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New Zealand National Secondary Schools Weightlifting Champs

by Sport Staff

Congratulations to Owen Webb who has lifted his way to another national title.

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Badminton Congratulations

by Kavanagh Sport

Josh Forrester's Badminton Success

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Boys hockey

Hockey Boys Win Final 

by Michael MacKenzie

The First XI Hockey Boys completed a great season with a win in the final over Otago Boys High School 2nds.

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CRAIG MEETS NIGEL OWENS

by Tim Lucas

Last week local rugby referees were invited to meet test rugby referees, Nigel Owens and Wayne Barnes. 

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Football

Football teams finish season on a high

by Michael MacKenzie

The 2nd XI and Junior football teams both had good wins to finish their season.

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Girls Rugby

by Glynis Corson

Congratulations to Brigid Corson who has been selected for the Otago Secondary School Girls Rugby Team

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INTRODUCTION TO ROWING

by Tricia James

The Otago Rowing Club is running an introduction to rowing for Year 9 students and up from Kavanagh College. The first day for this is this Saturday 9th September at 10am at Otago Rowing Club, Kitchener Street.

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Mumps  

by Southern District Health Board

Dunedin is experiencing a mumps outbreak. Mumps is a viral illness that spreads easily and cannot be treated.  

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St Peter Chanel School Fair

by St Peter Chanel

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by Sport Otago

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