Remember it is Senior Mentoring Interviews this Thursday afternoon and Friday morning. If you have not booked in an appointment yet with your daughter and her mentor please contact the school urgently to do so. This means there is no usual school for Year 11-13 students, but school is usual for all Y9 and 10 girls.
A HUGE thank you to all the friends, family, staff, and students who supported the QHS Interact Club team at Relay for Life.
Many girls stayed for the whole 24 hours – with not many getting a lot of sleep!
To fundraise further for this causes the Interact Club is holding a purple mufti day on Wednesday, so don’t forget to wear purple girls!
This was the biggest Rely for Life held in New Zealand ever, and after 24 hours there were some very tired, foot-sore and two slightly damaged students.
Don’t forget the Relay for Life Fundraiser tomorrow at school! The Interact Group will be selling muffins and other yummy stuff tomorrow, so remember to bring some money to support the girls raising money for the cancer society, and if you have some time free on Saturday then head on down to the Caledonian and cheer the Queen’s girls on as they Celebrate cancer survivors and carers, Remember loved ones lost to cancer and Fight back by raising awareness and funds to support the work of Cancer Society.
Project Incubator is getting underway again with 24 girls taking part in visits to different palaces associated with health care, the first visit this week is to the Dunedin Public Hospital.
The purpose of Programme Incubator is to allow students to explore career options in health and is facilitated through group sessions during the year. Students actively participate during the sessions which are run by health professionals from a variety of disciplines in the health sector.
Congratulations to our Deputy Principal, Ms Barbara Agnew, who received a Certificate of Recognition for her contribution to Dunedin Netball yesterday at their 100th Annual General Meeting. Ms Agnew has made a significant contribution to netball at Queen’s High School and we are thrilled that she has been recognised with the award!
Callum & P from The Hits 89.4 are looking for The Hits Apprentice!
A group of males and females will be chosen and put through their paces with various challenges over the next few weeks before one is named…. THE HITS APPRENTICE and wins a part time position at The Hits and NZME.
If you are interested in this competition, follow the link and apply! The Hits Apprentice
Monday the 23rd February is a Teacher Only Day at Queen’s High School.
We look forward to seeing everyone back in school on Tuesday 24th February
Athletics Sports are on today at the Caledonian! We’ll see you all at school for a roll call in form time at the usual time
Our Rowing girls will be holding a sausage sizzle at the event, and the Interact Club will be holding selling muffins and other sweet treats to raise funds for Relay for Life, drinks will also be available. So remember to bring along your $2 coins to purchase some yummy food in support of these two causes!!