Narrogin
Senior High School

Cnr Homer St & Gray Street Narrogin WA 6312 | (08)9881 9300

Canteen Helpers for 2018

If you are able to spare some time to help, the ladies in the Canteen would love your assistance. The canteen employs an organiser and assistants, but is dependant on volunteers to reduce costs. A good roster enables the canteen to be run more economically and give better and cheaper service to the students. Help is needed between 10.40am and 1.40pm each school day. If you are interested in putting your name down for the roster, please download the below canteen helper form and send back to the school by fax 9881 2170 or email to [email protected] For more information, please phone the Canteen Manager Cheryle Nardini on 9881 1197 or 0429 129 422.

Important Dates for 2018

Please see below the term dates for 2018 along with the School Development Days when students do not attend.

 

Period Start Finish Length
Term 1 Wednesday 31 January Friday 13 April 11 Weeks
Holidays Saturday 14 April Sunday 29 April
Term 2 Monday 30 April Friday 29 June 9 Weeks
Holidays Saturday 30 June Sunday 15 July
Term 3 Monday 16 July Friday 21 September 10 Weeks
Holidays Saturday 22 September Sunday 7 October
Term 4 Monday 8 October Thursday 13 December 10 Weeks
Holidays Friday 14 December Sunday 3 February 2019

School Development Days 2018 (Students do not attend)

  • Monday 29 and Tuesday 30 January 2018
  • Tuesday 5 June 2018
  • Monday 16 July 2018
  • Friday 23 November 2018

Hostel Closed Weekends

Saturday 3 March
Sunday 4 March

Saturday 2 June
Sunday 3 June

Saturday 18 August
Sunday 19 August

Saturday 24 November
Sunday 25 November

 

 

Cleaning Position and School Ball Catering

Cleaning Position

There is a position available for a Cleaner, permanent part time (0.38FTE), commencing Term 1, 2018. If you are interested in applying for this position please click on the below link to the position on Jobs WA. The closing time/date is Friday, 8 December 2017 at 4.30pm (WST). Applications must be submitted online. Emailed, hardcopy, faxed and late applications will not be accepted

NSHS Cleaning Position

School Ball Catering

Narrogin Senior High School is calling for tenders for the catering of the High School Ball to be held on Friday 16 March, 2018 at the Town Hall in Narrogin.  Tenders should be for the catering of a two course buffet meal for approx. 220 guests.  Tender forms avail from the School Office or www.nshs.wa.edu.au

Tenders close 3 pm, Friday 2 February, 2018.

Catering Tender Form

Transition Day – 8 December 2017

We will be holding a Transition Day for new students who will be enrolling at NSHS in 2018. Please click below for information on the day. If you have not already done so, please ensure you have forwarded your enrolment information to the school. Enrolment enquires can be made to Nanette Steer 9881 9300 or Suzanne Jacobs 9881 9302.

Year 7

Year 8/9

Year 10/11

The Year 7- 9 (in 2018) students will be attending 8.50am to 3.21pm and are to meet on the Year 7 lawn. Year 10-11 (in 2018) students will be attending 8.50am to 12.00pm and are to meet in the Trade Training Centre. There will be a parent Information Session, tour of the school and morning tea at the Narrogin Residential College from 8.50am to 10.30am, with the Principal and Deputy Principal.

East Narrogin Primary school students will have their Transition Day on Thursday 30 November from 8.50am to 12.30pm.

ENPS Year 7 Transition

Sports Academy Awards – Friday 1 December

On Friday the 1 December the school held its annual Sports Academy Presentation afternoon. In attendance was Terry Waldron, Tom Bottrell (Key note speaker, CEO South Fremantle FC), as well as parents and community members that support the school. 

Kate Dyson from the Netball Academy was the MC for the afternoon and she did a fantastic job. Students were presented with a variety of awards across all year groups and sports. The 2 most prestige’s awards were presented to Megan Elliot (Commodine Award) and David Phillips (Waldron Medal). The Commodine Award is given to a student who contributed both on and off the court and is sponsored by the Shire of Cuballing and we thank them for  their support. The Waldron Medal is given to the student who in the eyes of the PE department is the best athlete. David played in in the WA U15 hockey team this year and two different carnivals. 

Mr Bottrell’s key note address had a lot to offer students and adults. A big take home message is that you have to picture yourself doing something, before you set off to achieve it. The benefit of this is that when things get tough on the pathway to your goal, you already have a mental picture of you being successful, which can make the hard work easier. 

The PE staff would like to thank the Academy Parent committee for their support. In particular Mrs Katie Wilson who has been the secretary for a number of years and who is stepping down at the end of this year.

 

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