Parents' Association Meeting
Our next Parents' Association Meeting is being held on Tuesday, 4th May (tonight) at 7.00pm in the Staffroom.
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HBHS Cross Country - Tuesday, 11 May 2021
Tuesday 11th May 2021
8:50am - 12:15pm
Hamilton Boys' High School Cross Country run offers all Year 9-11 students the opportunity to compete at a level that challenges them personally, and also earn points for their ‘House’ in a strongly contested House Competition.
- Uniform: Official House or PE shirts with PE shorts are to be worn during the Cross Country Event. Shoes are recommended on the course.
- Participation: Is compulsory for all Year 9 - Year 11 students. A detention will be issued for those who do not participate without a medical clearance or parents note on medical grounds.
- Weather: If weather is doubtful, a final decision will be made on the day.
- Parents are welcome to come and watch.
08:50am Championship athletes gather
09:05am Junior Championship
09:15am Intermediate Championship
09:30am Senior Championship
10:15am Year 9 Non-Championship
10:30am Year 10 Non-Championship
11:50am Year 11 Non-Championship
COMPULSORY FOR ALL YEAR 9, 10 & 11 STUDENTS
You have 15 minutes to finish the course.
(NB: This may alter on the day, depending on the advice of the Course Coordinator)
Mr A Ellis
TIC – CROSS COUNTRY
HBHS Refugee Community Bike drive
Here at Hamilton Boys' High School we have a community of 37 students who are refugees from around the globe. All of them were born overseas, and all have experienced war, famine, natural disasters, terrorism, living in refugee camps and more.
Many of these young men do not have bikes or bike helmets. To assist these students with getting to and from school, we are asking for donations of unused or unwanted bikes and helmets.
If you would like to donate to our bike drive, please email me on email@example.com
Ms Naaz Shah
HBHS Refugee Coordinator
HBHS Term Two Hair & Uniform Reminders
HBHS Term Two Hair & Uniform Reminders
TERM 2 2021 BEGINS ON MONDAY 3 MAY
Hamilton Boys’ High School insists on high standards of personal presentation and we ask for your assistance with this. We ask all parents to attend to hair and uniform issues with their sons over the next few days, so they come back to school ready for work and prepared in their presentation. Jerseys, shirts, shorts, trousers and socks may need repair.
Boys need an appropriate hair cut to ensure their hair is short back and sides and of even length. Students whose hair is longer than regulation will incur a detention (see below for regulation details).
Socks - Boys’ socks need to be long enough to pull up to the knees. If socks do not reach the knees they need replacement. Garters should be purchased or made to assist with this. The School Shop provides free garters with the first pair of socks sold. Garters are also available for sale at $4 a pair.
Shoes - Must be black, leather, lace-up, clean and shining. If sandals are worn, they must be the standard black or brown Roman style and must be in good repair.
Jackets - If your son chooses to wear a jacket, it must be the official school jacket.
Lost Property - This is held in the Student Services Centre. Lost property will only be held for four weeks. Please make sure all clothing is labelled to make it easy to return to your son. The person in charge is Mrs Margaret Clark Tel: 853 0440 firstname.lastname@example.org
Labels - Naming Uniform – we ask parents to name all school uniform. Shoes can be labelled as well. Two label companies are listed for iron-on or stitch labels:
1. Logo Express, Centreplace ph 838 3688
2. www.Nameit.co.nz for online ordering
Hair - Is to be short, neat and tidy, of even length, following the natural hairline above the collar, ears and eyebrows. Hair must not be braided, dyed, waxed, straightened, nor be tied, spiked, or cut with ridges. All students are to be clean-shaven.
For further clarification of our uniform and hair rules, please refer to your son's School Diary (pg 131).
Thank you for your assistance and for checking your son when he leaves for school and returns home each school day.
Year 9 Dean Mr A Scott email@example.com
Year 10 Dean Mr L Katene firstname.lastname@example.org
Year 11 Dean Mr H Marrow email@example.com
Year 12 Dean Mr A Hay firstname.lastname@example.org
Year 13 Dean Mrs J Wallace email@example.com
HBHS Term 1 High Achiever
To our HBHS whanau,
We hope you enjoy our Term 1 High Achiever, our newsletter that celebrates all of the accomplishments of our HBHS high achievers.
It was a real joy to compile a newsletter packed to the brim with events and achievements and we thank everyone who contributed to our publication. You will note an additional publication attached to this message, and we hope you enjoy our fabulous new A3 feature from our archivist, Ms Lynette Burroughs, that now comes as an insert when you order your print copy at the beginning of next term.
Our front cover will profile our Condor Sevens team and their record eighth National title win, along with our National Champion Junior Futsal team.
Have a safe and relaxing holiday break, and we look forward to seeing you all again in Term 2.
Ngā mihi nui