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**School will finish at 3:10pm on Tuesdays. This is to allow for staff professional development. School busses will run as usual**

Term 2

Week 3

14 May - Library Day

Week 4

20-24 May - Year 10 Marae visits week

24 May - Board Elections nominations close

Week 5

30 May - Parent/Teacher Interviews A-L

Week 6

3 June - Queen's Birthday - school is closed

4 June - Parent/Teacher Interviews M-Z

7 June - Board Elections voting closes

Week 7 

13 June - Sports and Cultural photos

13 June  - Careers Expo - Town Hall

Week 8

19 June  - Loves Me Not Programme (Year 12)



Contents

Alps to Ocean Cycle Trip

Alps to Ocean Cycle Trip

by Esme Paterson

On 1 May 2019 the Year 13 Outdoor Ed class left for a three day bike trip starting at Tekapo and finishing in Omarama.

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Principal's Report

by Ms L. Miller, Principal

This week has been a real mix of sporting, cultural and academic pursuits.

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Otago Girls’ High School Board of Trustees’ Election

by Sue Watt, Returning Officer

Parent Election Notice

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Cross Country

Cross Country

by Sophie Wilson, Sports Prefect and Tessa Buschl, Deputy Sports Prefect

After a disappointing run of events such as the postponement of the initial cross country, and the failure to show the promotional video on Tuesday, the much anticipated Otago Girls cross country 2019 finally took place on Thursday.

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Sticks ’n’ Stones Group

by Fern Stoddart and Melissa Bonilla-Casanas

Last term the Sticks ’n’ Stones group had the opportunity to go to St Hilda’s to improve skills and learn new ways to reduce bullying in our school.

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Social Science News

by Ms F. Speight, Social Sciences

Congratulations go to Emily Gray from 10Ch for winning first place in the recent Human Rights festival held at school.

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Power Up Education programme for Pasifika

by Mr. E Shields, Pasifika Advisor, HOD Visual and Performing Arts, TIC Music.

Talofa lava, Kia Orana, Fakalofa lahi atu, Malo e lelei, Bula Vinaka, Kia ora and Greetings,

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Anna Burnett

Artist of the Week

by Anna Burnett, Year 10

Congratulations Anna Burnett, Year 10 Art.

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Ashley Dickinson 

Gateway - Ashley Dickinson

by Mrs L. Hill, Gateway

Ashley Dickinson - Early Childhood on Stafford

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Clutha Gold Trail 

Clutha Gold Trail

by Kaiya Ishida, Year 12

On the 9th and 10th of April last term, myself and four other students from Year 12 completed our two-day cycle tour.

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University of Canterbury Information Evening

by University of Canterbury

The University of Canterbury invites future students and their families to attend our Otago information evening.

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Victoria University

Victoria University Information Evening

by Victoria University

Learn about study options, scholarships and enrolment as well as what to expect in your first year. Hear from academics in a variety of subject areas.

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Public Health Nursing Service

by Mrs A. Crowe, Guidance Counsellor

With winter approaching more children and families will get sick and struggle with various issues. Our Public Health Nursing Service is able to provide support to families as outlined by OGHS's Public Health Nurse Heidi Genever.

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Rowing 

Have a Go - Rowing Open Day

by Pippa Sparrow and Clare Taylor, Rowing Co-ordinators

Sunday 19 May from 8am at the Otago Girls' High School Sports Shed 29 Kitchener Street.

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Caregivers Required

by Mirror Counselling Dunedin

We are looking for; patient, mature people to provide a supportive whanau/family home to taiohi/young people aged between 13 and 18 years old who attend our Mirror Youth Day Programme.

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