Monday 2 March 2015
Tauraroa Area School


General
Collegiate Mixed hockey team
Rally/trial on  6th March at lunch time for the TAS Collegiate hockey team.  
 
Students please register for this with Mrs Howes  by 3pm Wednesday 4th March. Ideally send the details in an email to  sue.howes@tauraroa.school.nz or write it on a piece of paper and give to Mrs Burns in her office.

Include:
 
1)  your age/year/dob
 
2)  Who they played for last year
 
3) Preferred position
Kapa HakaKapa Haka as usual period 1 on Wednesday for Seniors.  Period 2 for Juniors.  Still room for any new boys who would like to join.
Kupu MaoriWhat is the Maori word for 'South Island'. Put your answer in the box in the office.
Kupu MaoriCongratulations to Hack Harper 7 DMS for Maori- Normal, ordinary, fresh

And Sophie Meuli-Hemara  for police officer--pirihimana
Motorbikes

Tauraroa Area School Inter-School Motorcycle Competition

When:-     Sunday 29th March                    Where:- McCarroll's Property, 69a Cassidy Road, Paparoa

What:- Bring your own bike, helmet, and protective clothing, your snacks and drink. Quad friendly.

Cost:-    $20/ rider (Food available for purchase on the day)

 

Teams of 4 riders around a set track, 8 laps /team.

Registrations to cherie.paul@xtra.co.nz


Important
More Dr Seuss Birthday Activities

1  Lots of people have handed in their old Dr Seuss books - wonderful (would be amazing if someone were to bring in And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street,  as this was his first children's book, written in 1937!)

2  How about having a go at writing in the style of Dr Seuss with a chance of winning prizes? Three sections - Primary, Intermediate and Secondary.  Entries to be handed in to the library by Thursday 5th March

3 We are in the process of finding out which of his books students and staff in TAS vote the most popular - results will be on the Seuss wall in the library

4 Check in the library for activities :)

Shakepeare Quote of the WeekImage result for shakespeare quotes
Word of the WeekFeud
noun
1.
Also called blood feud. a bitter, continuous hostility, especially between two families, clans, etc., often lasting for many years or generations.
2.
a bitter quarrel or contention:
a feud between labour and management.
verb (used without object)
3.
to engage in a feud.

Kupu MaoriHe aha te kupu Maori mo "South Island".
Put your answer in the box in the office with your name and form number.

Year 13
Yr 13 Japan trip : Hazel, Ryan, Amy-Lee, Grace
Air tickets have been confirmed so meet today TODAY in E2 at lunch. Flight details, passports etc... See Ms Kyd today if you can't make it. 


Year 10
9HT and 10 HTHomework is due in today. Year 9 hand in to your homework monitors. Year 10 hand in at the start of the lesson.
9HT and 10 HTHomework is due in today. Year 9 hand in to your homework monitors. Year 10 hand in at the start of the lesson.
Non Competitive Shakespeare CompetitionRehearsal at lunchtime. Lunch in Room 16 and then to Drama Room.

Year 9
9HT and 10 HTHomework is due in today. Year 9 hand in to your homework monitors. Year 10 hand in at the start of the lesson.
9HT and 10 HTHomework is due in today. Year 9 hand in to your homework monitors. Year 10 hand in at the start of the lesson.
Non Competitive Shakespeare CompetitionRehearsal at lunchtime. Lunch in Room 16 and then to Drama Room.