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Daily Notices

SC DAILY NOTICES:
Monday 18th February 2019 (Week B Timetable)
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General Notices:




Gala 2019: The Gala takes place THIS Saturday 23rd February. Get behind your House Dean, House Leader and Student Leaders to contribute to this key event on the school calendar. Make contributions to your House stalls, volunteer your time to support on the day (and before) and help to make this the most successful Gala ever. 


Year 13 Lunch times: Only Year 13 students are allowed offsite at lunchtime and this is only to Strathmore shops. It’s only lunchtimes, NOT MORNING TEA


Student Vehicles: A reminder to all boys in Y13. If you would like to drive your car or moped/motorcycle to school, you must register your details with Mr Laverock. See him for the paperwork or email him. Even if you did this last year, you must do it again this year so that our records are up to date. Those in Year 12 who are seeking special permission must see Mr Laverock 


I.D Cards – you will be issued with your Scots Student ID Card in the next couple of days. Take note of the guidance you need to activate your card:

Instructions for activating new ID card:

To allow you to use your new ID card on the photocopiers around the college, or to gain entrance to the Chartres during lunch time, you will need to activate your card.  Follow these steps as soon as possible after receiving your new card:

  1. Go to any photocopier in the college (library / G16 etc)

  2. Tap your card on the card reader attached to the printer until it beeps.

  3. On the small screen, the photocopier will ask you to associate the card with your account.  Type in your username and password
  4. Confirm it when you are done.
  5. Now tap your card on the card reader again, and you should be logged into the printer automatically. Remember to log out when you are done.

Student Led Tutorials: Finlay Player, Academic Prefect, would like to know about student wishes for academic tutorials this year. These are tutorials which are run by senior students. Help Finlay create an excellent support programme by contributing to his survey. This will help Finlay meet the needs of students in Years 7-13. 

https://goo.gl/forms/jHt6Hiyeb5C8zaPo2


Physio Service: Our in-house Physio Service starts on Monday 25 February. The booking sheets will be at the main reception from next week.

Athletics Sports Day 21st February: 

There will be a sausage sizzle at the Athletics Champs on Thursday fund raising for Bellyful (Plimmer’s service initiative). $2 for sausages and $3.50 for 500ml Ovi drinks.  CASH ONLY.

On Thursday 21st (Athletics Championship Day) there will be no morning tea for Day Boys, but those who have lunches will have those provided. There will be morning tea and lunch for Boarders. 

 

 

Cultural Notices:

Chess Club: Every Monday – Room 15 – come at the start of lunch and bring your food. The terms competitions starts in Week 4. 


 

Sports Notices:

Athletics Sports at Newtown Park on Thursday 21 February – School Championships and one of the major House Competitions for the year. 

This is compulsory for all Years 7-13 students

All boys are expected to be seated in the grandstand (house areas will be marked out) at Newtown Park by 9am for roll call. The first event starts at 9.20am.

Transport

All boys who require a ride to Newtown Park must meet at the Chapel carpark at 8.20am. Buses will leave at 8.30am.

Buses will return boys to school in time for the normal school bus runs.

Student Expectations

  • All boys are to wear their house colours.
  • All boys are to bring a hat and sunscreen.
  • All boys need to bring their own lunch & snacks and water. Lunch will be provided for boarders & day boys who eat in Chartres. The dairy is out of bounds. Sausage sizzle will be running during the day.

 

Athletics Sports: 3000m run this Wednesday on the front field at 1.30pm  (races for U14, U16 and U19) Please wear house uniform.

Student Coaching Clinics – Summer Sports CSW are offering coaching clinics for students in the following codes: floorball, futsal, touch rugby and volleyball. The coaching clinics will be held on Monday 18 February at the ASB Stadium. Students who are interested need to email Mr Hall hallg@scotscollege.school.nz 

Fencing: If you are interested in having a go at fencing (with swords not posts & wire!) please come and see Mr Hall

Athletics: Athletics training has started.  Meet at the Hodge after school, Tuesdays and Thursdays 3.45 to 4.30pm.

Basketball: 

Trials for Junior (Year 9 & 10) competitive Basketball teams will continue on 23rd February 8am to 10am in the school gym. All players year 9/10 looking to play competitive basketball must attend at least 1 of these opportunities.  There is also an opportunity for development on Wednesday mornings from 06:30-8:00am at Scots for those that want to work on their skills.  

Year 7/8 Notice.

There is an Open Year 7/8 training session on Wednesday morning at Scots from 7-8am for those that want to attend.  Starting on Feb 20th and finishing on April 3rd.  Trials for the Competitive IPL teams will be announced later in the term.







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