2015 Opening Arrangements - 10th Jan 2015

Tokomairiro High School 2015 Opening Arrangements

Finalising Courses
All Year 12-13 students must get their 2015 courses approved by a Dean. This is happening in January (Tuesday 27, Wednesday 28 January). Appointment times are being mailed. We urge parents and caregivers to attend this meeting. Students, please bring your NCEA results.

Peer Support Training Call Back
This is for all those who completed the training recently. Training begins at 9.00am, Friday 30 January 2015 You can expect a letter reminding you of this, we would appreciate a response. You will have a chance to plan your first session and make plans for year 7’s first day.

SCHOOL OPENING

Thursday 29th January: Teacher only Day. 8.30am Start.

Monday 2nd February: 9am School begins for Year 7 New Entrants and Peer Support leaders (the latter please be at school by 8.30am to meet and greet the new entrants).
9.00am Year 7 students and new staff will be welcomed into our school. Parents are also invited to attend this welcome.
Year 7 wear school uniform and bring $10 for their log book, pen, paper and PE gear. Please bring lunch (Canteen closed).
Parents are invited to attend a BBQ at 2.00pm to meet the teachers.

Tuesday 3rd February: School begins for all students, starting with Assembly at 8.40am.r
Please remember to bring $10 for your log book.
Wear correct uniform and have your stationery sorted.
The canteen will be open.

Buses
All buses will be operational from Monday 2nd February.

Stationery List for 2015 - 18th Dec 2014

Click you links below to view Stationery List.

Year 7
Year 8
Year 9
Year 10
Year 11/12/13

Prize Giving 2014 - 17th Dec 2014

Prize Giving 2014 TOKOMAIRIRO HIGH SCHOOL 2014 PRIZE LIST
Whole School Prize giving - 9h December 2014

ACADEMIC AWARDS
Year 13
Jemima Aratema - first in physical education, Sonta Award for excellence in the sciences and mathematics, diligence in biology
Maxine Calver - first in mathematics with calculus and food technology, diligence in chemistry and food technology
Jerrym Frost - first in STAR, diligence in STAR, hard materials technology and practical horticulture)
Lydia Hammersley - Jean Littlejohn Prize for Mathematics, first in mathematics with statistics and geography, diligence in geography and physical education
Courtney McLellan - first in English, chemistry and biology, diligence in mathematics with statistics, Martin Cup for achievement in the arts, Reid Memorial Prize for science, Rosslyn Art Gallery Trophy for excellence in the visual arts
Brittany Scott - first in drama and horticulture, diligence in drama and English
Matthew Whitaker - diligence in mathematics with calculus

Year 12
Rowan Blackbourn - first in physics
Monica Beck - diligence in physics and chemistry
Jak Calver - first in English and digital technology
William Jordan - first in chemistry and mathematics, diligence in English and digital technology
Natasha Maybee - diligence in English, biology and mathematics
Stormy McDonald - diligence in art
Abigail McKay - diligence in English
Jamie McSkimming - first in gateway, diligence in gateway
Georgia Pringle - first in geography and applied mathematics, diligence in geography, physical education and applied mathematics, distance learning award in history
Nicholas Shaw - first in biology, geography, physical education and hard materials technology, diligence in geography
Hannah Weatherall - first in art and horticulture, diligence in horticulture

Year 11
Kane Bassett - Agnes & John Littlejohn Prize for first in mathematics, first in English, history and gateway, diligence in gateway
Connor Blunden - diligence in hard materials technology
Ella Brock - diligence in geography
Kyla Carruthers - diligence in science
Kayla Dobson - diligence in English
Alice Dowle - first in digital technology, diligence in digital technology and art
Samantha Drinnan - first in horticulture
Rose Graves - diligence in horticulture
Toni Hall - first in science
Meighan Herbert - first in geography and mathematics, diligence in food technology
Karta Hewitt - first in physical education
Georgina Irvine - first in English, South Otago Federation of Women’s Institutes Prize for first in food technology, diligence in physical education
Joshua O’Sullivan - The Fowler Art and craft Trophy for first in art
Shane Patrick - First in horticulture, Mainland Fasteners Prize for first in hard materials technology Matthew Roxburgh - diligence in English and mathematics
Rachel Thompson - Rosslyn Art Gallery Trophy for the most improved student in year 11 art

Year 10
Connie Anderson - diligence in mathematics and English
Caitlyn Anderton - first in English, health, art and music
Brittany Barkman - diligence in health and art
Cassima Foster - first in Maori
Bree Grant - first in social studies, diligence in physical education
Poppy Hasler - first in physical education and health
Chevtin Jeffery - diligence in hard materials technology
Dylan Lee - first in physical education
Connor Marshall - first in graphics
Reihana Mason-Waru - diligence in physical education and health
Caleb Philps - first in science and food technology
Maria Scott - first in mathematics, French and social studies, diligence in English, mathematics and French
Campbell Thomas - first in mathematics, diligence in science
Kain Walker - first in science, diligence in science
Lucas Wilkinson - first in English

Year 9
Bronson Blackbourn - diligence in health
Sam Brown - first in physical education
Rhys Davie - first in English, mathematics, science, social studies, health and digital technology, diligence in science, physical education and music
Kavarn Francis - diligence in English
Rebecca Hutton - first in hard materials technology, diligence in social studies and graphics
Anna Jordan - first in English, social studies, health and French, diligence in science, mathematics and French
Jorjah Mason-Waru - diligence in Maori and social studies
George Philps - first in drama
James Scanlan - first in mathematics, science and horticulture, diligence in digital technology
Calum Scoon - first in physical education, diligence in English
Jessica Thin - diligence in health
Zoe Thompson - diligence in horticulture
Ryan Weatherall - diligence in drama and mathematics
Reuben Wilson - diligence in physical education

Year 8
Conrad Bond - Littlejohn Prize for first in mathematics
Kaleb Cain - diligence in social studies
Jennifer Coleman - first in art, diligence in Maori and health
Jadin Coulter-Butler - first in hard materials technology
Phoebe Cox-Herring - diligence in science, art, Maori, physical education and digital technology Kellan Crowie - first in art
Kaleb Fegan - first in English, science and digital technology, diligence in mathematics
Jade Findlay - diligence in English
Molly Flett - first in Maori
Millicent Geary - first in hard materials technology, diligence in hard materials technology
Liam Grant - first in science, physical education and health, diligence in hard materials technology and mathematics
Cairo Lambert - first in English
Shadyn Mason - diligence in art
Clara Scoon - diligence in physical education
Richard Scott - first in mathematics
Shawn Taylor - diligence in English and social studies
Jacob Walls - first in physical education
Laura Wilkinson - first in social studies and Maori, diligence in science

Year 7
Zachary Aitken - diligence in health
Joshua Allen - diligence in hard materials technology
Meg Clark - first in French, diligence in social studies
Callum Davie - first in social studies and French
Zayde Francis - diligence in mathematics and music
Mathew Fyfe - diligence in French
Jacob Gillies - first in hard materials technology
Harley Herbert - first in physical education, health and music
Jordan Hunt - first in English
Angel McLeod - diligence in soft materials technology
Joseph Mills - first in science, diligence in art
Patrick Norman - diligence in hard materials technology
Emma Paul - first in art, materials technology and food technology, diligence in English, science, physical education and health
Thomas Paul - first in mathematics, science and physical education, diligence in mathematics
Annabelle Philps - first in art
Regan Roxburgh - first in English and mathematics, diligence in food technology
Tarryn Roxburgh - first in mathematics, social studies and soft materials technology, diligence in mathematics
Megan Stringer - first in health, diligence in English and physical education
Heather West - first in music, diligence in social studies
Olivia Woodley - diligence in science, music and art

SPORTS AWARDS
Jemima Aratema - senior girls cross-country
Meg Clark - minor girls cross-country
Levin Coulter-Butler - junior hockey
Henry Cox-Herring - intermediate boys athletics
Kellan Crowie - soccer
Georgia Brown - touch
Kaleb Fegan - junior boys swimming
Abbey Frost - intermediate girls cross-country
Tayla Frost - juniors girls cross-country
Millicent Geary - junior girls swimming
Dylan Greer - senior boys cross-country
Morgan Hale - senior hockey
Lydia Hammersley - senior girls athletics
Jared Hayes - minor boys athletics, junior boys cross-country
Kaleb Hayes - junior rugby
Harley Herbert - minor boys cross-country, junior hockey
Karta Hewitt - intermediate girls athletics, senior girls swimming
Dylan Lee - touch
Sam MacDonald - most improved rugby player
Jorjah Mason-Waru - junior netball
Rhys Mathieson - cricket, senior boys swimming
Taylor Moeahu - cricket, greatest contribution to rugby
Kobi Oliver - intermediate boys cross-country
Emma Paul - minor girls swimming
Thomas Paul - minor boys swimming
Justin Perkins - junior boys athletics
Monique Perkins - junior girls athletics
Georgia Pringle - contribution to netball
James Scanlan - intermediate boys swimming
Laura Scanlan - intermediate girls swimming
Jacky Scott - senior boys cross-country
Nicholas Shaw - touch
Terri Thomas - senior girls athletics, senior netball, most consistent netball player at SISS tournament
Michael Tuari - senior boys athletics
Tia Valli - minor girls athletics
Jessica Walker - most valuable senior hockey player

CULTURAL AWARDS
Bronson Blackbourn - junior drama
Oliver Blackbourn - junior drama
Angus Hewett - year 8 oral competition
Courtney McLellan - literary award
Grace Michelle - year 8 oral competition
Regan Roxburgh - year 7 oral competition
Shylo Waitere - excellence kapa haka

SPECIAL AWARDS
Awards for diligence and progress not otherwise recognised in years 7-10:
Year 7 - Joseph Lomas-Carr, Oliver Maniapoto, Olivia Still
Year 8 - Angus Hewett, Braedon Johnston
Year 9 - Oliver Blackbourn, Chantalle Fegan, Rawiri Mason-Waru, Laura Scanlan
Year 10 - Jessica Hutton
Olivia Adam - Principal’s leadership award
Jackson Anderson - Lions Trophy for junior boys citizenship
Jemima Aratema - Rotary Award for Tertiary Study, Proxime Accessit
Georgia Brown - diligence & progress in senior school not otherwise recognised
Jordie Bungard - Principal’s leadership award
April Gray - deputy head student award
Jamie Griffiths - Otago Polytechnic Principal’s Scholarship Award
Lydia Hammersley - best all round sports woman, Dickinson Citizenship Shield for senior girls, J B Roy Prize for student who best fulfils the school motto – learning, self-control, courtesy, dux
Kaleb Hayes - Duffy Memorial Prize for the best all round pupil in the junior school
Courtney McLellan - dux
Brittany Scott - Vollweiler Family Trust Scholarship for tertiary scholarship, academic diligence
Maria Scott - Lions Trophy for junior girls citizenship
Nicholas Shaw - best all round sportsman
Michael Tuari - deputy head student award
Matthew Whitaker - The Alice Baird Sustainability Award, Dickinson Citizenship Shield for senior boys
Proxime Accessit – Jemima Aratema
Joint Dux – Lydia Hammersley and Courtney McLellan


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