Nor West News : December 23rd 2010
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Public Notices 11 NOR-WEST NEWS, DECEMBER 23, 2010 NEWS College tribute to top pupils Dedicated talent: All-round academic and young sportswoman Charlotte Clouston made the most of her last year at Kaipara College. Juggling school and sporting commitments has capped a suc- cessful all-round year for Kaipara College student Charlotte Clouston. As head girl, she was also dux and gained several other academic prizes at her senior prizegiving. On the sporting front, she com- peted at the world mountain biking championships in Canada and earned a range of sporting awards including the ASB College Sport Young Sportsperson of the year for mountainbiking and the Tu Tangi Ora- South Kaipara Col- lective Sports Awards junior female award. Other students from Kaipara College proved their talent in a range of areas this year from aca- demic and musical achievements to sporting and cultural accolades. Senior prizegiving: Dux (Kerr- Taylor Rose Bowl) Charlotte Clouston, Proxime Accessit Courtney Grundy, Pengelly Cup Oliver Meadows, Principal's award for head students Charlotte Clouston and Oli- ver Meadows, Audrey Luckens writing award Dylan Raye, John Key Cup Katie Faber, Rodney District Council Scholarship Courtney Grundy, Auckland University Schol- arship Charlotte Clouston, AUT Scholarships Oliver Meadows, Melodie Protheroe, Unitec Scholarships Dylan Raye and Leonie Masters, McCurdie Cup Dylan Raye, Helensville Freemasons Award Wade Cornish, RCLC Cup Alex Renall, Lions Trophy-public speaking Cour- tney Grundy, Te Atawhaitia Award for contribution to things Maori Alias Walker, Te Ihi Award for Maori performing arts Taryn Stead-Hill, Parakai Trust Awards Faculty of Arts Hannah Potbury, Faculty of Physical education and health Charlotte Clouston, Faculty of language Cour- tney Grundy, Faculty of mathematics Yuki Maehara, Faculty of social sciences Charlotte Clouston, Faculty of science Zac Brenna, Faculty of technology Max Foster. Top subject awards: Brooks Cup- senior graphics Dylan Raye, Jens Hansen Cup- photography Wade Cornish, Daymond-King Cup- senior chemistry Zac Brennan, Pavish Cup- mathematics and statistics Tze Wee Wong, Joan Ruzich Cup- senior Eng- lish Courtney Grundy, Adams Driv- ing School Cup- senior geography Charlotte Clouston, Marilyn Aucutt Cup- senior biology Zac Brennan, senior calculus award Yuki Maehara, Dawes Family Cup- senior computing Bailee Exler and Amanda Fresh- water, Reid Family Cup for physics Yuki Maehara, Ted Phillips Cup for senior economics Courtney Grundy. Tulip Cup for tourism Michael Wil- son, Jade Wahanui, Senior Award in Te Reo Maori Kareem Richards, Jor- dan Cup for media studies Alex Renall, award for determination, dili- gence and extraordinary achievement Joshua Dainty, Dunning Cup Ariel Knight, Year 11 Cup practical physi- cal education Connor Jensen, Jex Cup for practical physical education Keisha Bradley, Riddering Cup for design Toree Osborne, Mitchell Plate for top art student Dylan Raye, Rotary Club Trophy for contribution to music Kalib Lawes, River Valley Country Music Cup for solo perform- ance Deylani Richards, Pickering Cup for senior music Matthew Elcoat, Val Hungerford Trophy improved instrumentalist Jordan Lane, Lorraine Sampson Cup senior per- formance in music Nathanael Tu'itahi, cup for progress in senior drama Jessica Barton, James Auger, outstanding contribution to drama Kalib Lawes, outstanding leadership in drama Karlton Laing, Year 11 Cup for public speaking Fred Scahill, Year 12 Cup for public speaking Salote King, overall excellence in technology Jessica Scott, Cypress Sawmills Award for workshop technology wood Sam Haven, Trade Tools Award for mechanical engineering Floyd Rogerson, senior award for practical science Zac Brennan, Food and Hos- pitality Trophy Bianca Miller, Natcoll Design Technology prize Joshua Dainty, Top Gateway students Michael Skirrow and Renee Beazley. Year 12 Faculty Awards- language Justine Waterson, science Mikaela Law, arts Katie Wilson, social science Mikaela Law, technology Jun Ming Wong, mathematics Alex Sergeant (Year 11), physical education and health Madeline Shelling, Year 11 Faculty Awards language Samuel Sinnott, science Samuel Sinnott, arts Martin Game, social science Remco Thoen, technology Caleb Hanham, Aimee Hopwood, mathematics David Lincoln, physical education and health Alex Sergeant. Whakamana Taiohi Maori senior prizegiving: Whai Mana Awards- Tori Crosby, Duke Hemana, Malachi Humphris, Jordan Makara, Shaun Stead-Hill, Jade Wahanui, Kothau Esau, Anthony Bunge, Danielle Huddleston, Gjertine Larsen- Marsters, Blaizia Larsen-Martin, Jordyn Stead-Hill, Luke Williams, Michael Wilson, Jacob Lawes, Dey- lani Richards, Billy May, Te Reo Paraone, Blair Smith, Sarah King, Taryn Stead-Hill and Madeline Shelling. Whare Nikau Award- Taryn Stead- Hill. Mauri Ora Award- Madeline Shelling. Taumata Awards- Renee Beazley, Leonie Masters, Daryl Moore, Toree Osborne, Alexandra Renall, Kareem Richards and Alias Walker. Te Atawhaitia Award- Alias Walker. Nor-west success: Former Huapai District School pupil Mark Barber graduated with a PhD in science at Cambridge University. His parents Les and Julie Barber of Kumeu proudly watched their son's ceremony. Mark has returned to New Zealand hoping to continue his research into human health. Sharing the good times Wonderful Wellington: Kaukapakapa School students from rooms 12 and 13 with teachers and parent helpers enjoyed a jam-packed week in New Zealand's capital including being involved in their own television show at Capital E TV. They also visited Te Papa, the Beehive to tour and chat to Prime Minister John Key, the Carter Observatory, Trentham's tour of the police dog training school, Otari Wilton's bush, hiking at Zealandia and an overnight stay at Wellington Zoo. Special accolade: Long-time Helensville couple Linda and Don Kiddie of St Joseph's Parish in Helensville were presented with the Benemerenti medals by Bishop Robin Leamy, assistant Bishop of Auckland. The medal was instituted by Pope Gregory XVI in 1832 for service to the church and community. The couple are hugely involved in the Helensville parish ranging from teaching and committee work to housekeeping/hospitality for priests and maintaining the gardens. Welcome to our Milestones feature. It might be a birthday, graduation, wedding or anni- versary -- you name it, we're interested. We'd love to publish your photos and would also like to see any video footage you have for possible inclusion on our web page. Email photos and video clips (up to one minute long) to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also post your pictures to the editor, Nor- west News, PO Box 46, Kumeu.
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