Park Press May 2016
Logan Park High School
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All of our Year 10 classes have enjoyed their Camps at Tautuku Camp in the scenic Catlins area this year.
Winning Shakespeare Costume Design
Congratulations to Bruno Willis who is a national finalist for his Shakespearean costume design.
International Maori Studies
International students enjoyed their Outdoor Education course taken by Matua Tip Winiata.
Pink Shirt Day
International Pink Shirt Day was celebrated in May with a mufti-day dedicated to making a stand against bullying.
Otago Southland Cross Country Champions
We won the mixed senior division of the Otago Southland Cross Country Relay Championships in May.
A large group of students of all ages took part in training sessions on Signal Hill at the beginning of Term 2.
Futsal Term One Report
Futsal at Logan Park has yet again been a huge success over Term One and Two and a huge thanks goes out to all those parents and staff ...
Music Department Report
The Music department has moved to our new home, in the area which had previously been the school library.
Learning and Support Department connecting to Community
In Term Two the Learning and Support Department have been lending a hand to The Salvation Army each Wednesday afternoon where they ...
Iffah wins trip to Korea
Iffah Aminudin, Year 9 won a scholarship to Korea for 10 days in the July holidays.
May Sports Round Up
Term 2 promises to be busy and exciting for our sports teams.
Parent Teacher Student Interviews
Parent Teacher Student interviews were held over 2 evenings in May.
On the 4th of April the Senior A Girls volleyball team set off to Christchurch. This is the 3rd Tournament the Year 13’s involved in ...
Our junior classes hosted 9 students visiting from Thailand at the end of Term 1 and the beginning of Term 2.
Our Head of Drama Sarah Spicer was been awarded a prestigious Embassy Scholarship to visit America in June.
Otago-Southland Rotary Speech Winner
Congratulations to Head Girl, Reva Grills who won the Otago-Southland final of the Rotary Speech Competition.
Top Musician and Teacher recovers
We have welcomed Nick Cornish back after he broke his neck in a mountain biking accident.
NCEA Top Art Show
In Term One the touring NCEA Top Art show was on display at Art School.
Opening of Yayoi Kasama Exhibition
Year 13 students Ella Bendall and Florence Sorrel helped mark the opening of the Yayoi Kusama; The Obliteration Room Exhibition at the ...
The first exhibition for the Curator's Club was opened on the last week of Term One. With the theme of transformation students from ...
The Foods Department is enjoying another busy year full of exciting new initiatives and many experiences outside of the classroom.