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Excursions, adventure education, practical training and collaborative study expand your possibilities in academia. Featuring 7,500 pupils, not 30,000 - the small size of Treasure Valley Community College classrooms and the teaching of seasoned teachers make it a navigational school. Excursions, adventure education, practical training and collaborative study expand your possibilities in academia.
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The Kaikorai Valley Junior College Girls Rugby Squad paid a visit to former KVC students Victoria Subritzky-Nafatali, Kendra Cocksedge and Selica Winiata on Friday afternoons. McKenzie gave a brave address to Vic and handed her a map of the personnel together with some old photographs of her senior touch crew that Mr Burden and Mrs Nafatali had trained.
We' re very proud of Victoria's accomplishments and appreciate the additional amount of work she has done with our KVJC Gal. The extraordinary examples these 3 women are, not only for our youngsters, but for young women all over New Zealand. The Junior College Gal Rugby Team with some of the Taieri Gals at the Otago Sassenachs on Wednesday.
In the last 3 week the youngsters have learned some new abilities and have been playing the game. Otago Sassenachs Junior College Boys football team at Wednesday's game. In the 10th week of the second semester we had our meeting and celebrated the tour of our Junior College. In addition to the presentation of some insignia for the guided tours in the various categories, we also presented a prestigeous Sir Peter Blake Leader Award.
Jaiyushka Pratap from 8Fl received a Sir Peter Blake Leadership Award. It is a great pleasure for us to welcome Mrs. Annette Smith to our teacher training from the third semester on. Ms Smith will attend the new 8th grade, which we are establishing to increase the number of grades in the 8th grade.
Because of the strong role increase, our Year 8 grades have grown to smaller size than most. Starting in the 3rd semester we have 22 pupils in the 8th grade for homeroom, science, mathematics and sports. Ms. Smith's dedication and dedication will be of great value to our division and we look forward to working with our eighth grade pupils.
7Hm Student spend last weeks class to do a Kaikorai Valley Story lecture with Mr. Downes. in the Kaikorai Valley Junior College for 2017. We also welcome Mr Manson this year, who is continuing his pro football careers after a year in Spain and Japan. We' re very happy that a master of his excellent caliber has returned to our group.
In our brief welcome on Tuesday, we encouraged ALL of our pupils to get to know as many facets of KVC as possible. Yours sincerely, our Year 7&8 Girls' Contact Staff recently visited the Koru Games in Christchurch. Good job, ladies!