A notice to our community about Ormiston Senior College’s Open Evening. This night will be held on Wednesday 27th July (Week 1 of Term 3) and is intended for Year 10 students attending OSC next year. MHJC students and families are asked to attend from 7pm – 8.30pm if possible.
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Our School Outreach DEEP has worked hard this term to support an external organisation. The class decided to support the SPCA who work to provide a safe haven for animals in need. The class raised contributions of essentials, food supplies, and toys to support this cause. The class would like to thank students and staff who supported their endeavours this term.
School Board Elections begin with nominations from Friday 15th July for electing board members for the next three years. A call for nominations will be issued via email on or about 15th July. This will contain a link to a nomination form. Before this, please update contact details of both caregivers using our Portal – as email addresses and mobile numbers are used by MySchoolElection.
A big congratulations to Tushan Engineer (8W1) who placed 1st in the South Eastern Zone Table Tennis Tournament held on Friday 17th June at Somerville Intermediate School.
His coach is Patrick Low. Patrick has been part of our DEEP coaching programme for years, and is an external coach from the Auckland Table Tennis Association. We thank you Patrick for your commitment to MHJC.
In celebration of our first Matariki public holiday, MHJC had a week full of fun and exciting activities to commemorate the different reasons of celebrating Matariki.
For Māori, Matariki signals the beginning of the Māori New Year and signifies a time to gather, reflect and remember those who are no longer with us, celebrate the present, and plan for the future.
The week started off with tree planting, quizzes were also organised, as was story telling/sharing in the library with the support of an art exhibition. The week ended with kite flying and traditional Māori games, and finished by coming together as a whānau while watching our Kapa Haka students perform.
Year 9 and 10 drama students headed into the city today to watch “Krishnan’s Dairy” – a play by the Indian Ink Theatre Company. Students enjoyed seeing how one actor can play many different characters just by using different drama techniques and simple plaster masks.