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HIGHWOOD – The Geraldine-Highwood high school sports co-op will be renewed for another three years, MTN Sports confirmed on Thursday. The new ...
The end of an era? Geraldine-Highwood's dissolution may end storied coaching career Great Falls Tribune
Nothing has changed since the July 12 decision of the Highwood School Board to end their sports cooperative with Geraldine.
Good weather, cars, and times at Geraldine High School ball Timaru Herald
Both students and the crowd got to enjoy seeing vintage cars at Geraldine High School's 1920s themed ball on Saturday night.
Geraldine High School hosts AgriKids and TeenAg competition Timaru Herald
South Canterbury teams showed off their farming skills at the AgriKids and TeenAg competitions.
Rominger-Ebeling Great Falls Tribune
Erica Rominger and Robert Ebeling are planning a July 4 wedding.
Plenty of ability shown at secondary schoolgirls' rugby gala day Timaru Herald
The South Canterbury schoolgirls' rugby competition has an even feel to it this season.
Mackenzie outclass Geraldine schoolgirls in senior netball Timaru Herald
Pleasant Point and Mackenzie notched up their fourth straight wins to seal semifinal spots.
Geraldine set to come to life with lights Independent Community Newspaper
A festival to light up Geraldine will go-ahead in spite of fears over how it would be funded.
Extra! spelling quiz: Near-top marks for Geraldine High team Otago Daily Times
A team from Geraldine High School has proved it is the master of spelling. The team, Geraldine 1, beat 13 others from throughout the central South Island to win ...
Promotional poster for Geraldine gets the green light Timaru Herald
Signage aimed at making attractions more accessible to visitors is coming to Geraldine.
Bay of Plenty students with extra learning needs missing out on exam help New Zealand Herald
Students at some Tauranga schools are getting someone else to read and write their exams for them - but students needing help at poorer schools are missing ...
Rural South Canterbury schools advertising teaching jobs for months, with not much interest Timaru Herald
Some rural South Canterbury secondary schools are struggling to attract teachers into a profession some educators say is overworked and underpaid.
Waimate team tops Aorangi The Oamaru Mail
Waimate High School pupils Eliane Craig, Charlotte Hurst, and Ruby Shortus are the AgriKidsNZ Aorangi winners. They finished top of the record 50 teams ...
Geraldine girls enjoy woodwork challenge Timaru Herald
The girls make some of the best furniture in woodwork, says a Geraldine High School teacher.
NCEA injustice: Huge gaps in reader-writer assistance New Zealand Herald
A third of NCEA students at some schools are getting help to read and write exams.
'Seriously cold' weekend for South Canterbury Stuff.co.nz
MetService warns South Canterbury to prepare for seriously cold weekend.
Local schooling or parent choice? Number of schools with zones hits a record high The Press
To ensure kids go to their local school, or to give parents the choice? As a Government review nears completion, the numbers of schools with zoning hits a ...
The full list: Is your local school over capacity or at risk of overcrowding? Stuff.co.nz
Find out which schools the Government considers over capacity and which it regards as at risk of overcrowding.
Harlequins upset Old Boys to take premier netball title Timaru Herald
Harlequins have defied the form book to win the South Canterbury premier netball title off Old Boys.
First Amazing Race around Geraldine Stuff.co.nz
The inaugural Amazing Race Geraldine saw more than 25 teams compete in some quirky and strictly Kiwi activities.
Geraldine Lions Club new president inducted Timaru Herald
Dave Doy was introduced as the geraldine Lions Club's new president at the annual change over meeting.
Tillie Hollyer smashes three Aoraki schools middle distance records Timaru Herald
Timaru Girls' High School's Tillie Hollyer's hot form on the track converted to three middle distance records at the Aoraki secondary schools athletics ...
Meet the Geraldine candidates Timaru Herald
Meet the four men who have put their names forward as candidates for the Geraldine ward by-election.
Southern schools pick up netball titles at tournament week The Southland Times
Blue Mountain College picked up the B-Grade title at the South Island Secondary Schools netball tournament in Christchurch on Thursday. The West Otago ...
Craighead through to top 16 of SISS netball Timaru Herald
Craighead are through to the top 16 at the South Island secondary schools' netball tournament in Nelson.
Full house for Geraldine ball Stuff.co.nz
It was a full house at the Geraldine High School ball on Saturday.
Starting the week at full pace Otago Daily Times
Tournament week got under way for secondary schools right across the country yesterday. Dunedin is hosting rugby, ice hockey, football basketball and curling ...
2015 Science and Technology Fair winners Timaru Herald
More than 200 young scientists entered the Sanford Science and Technology fair in Timaru.
Craighead team proves a spelling class act Otago Daily Times
A team from Craighead Diocesan School has proved it is a spelling sensation. The team claimed the Otago Daily Times Extra! spelling quiz title for the second ...
Interactive science offers pile of poo Timaru Herald
The smell of learning was in the air at Geraldine Primary School when the Science Roadshow paid a visit yesterday.
Win a 'great surprise' for team Otago Daily Times
Pupils from Mountainview High School have proved they are the masters of current events. The Mountainview High School 3 team beat 58 other teams from ...
International students loving Timaru's green spaces and friendly faces Timaru Herald
International students spending time in South Canterbury are loving New Zealand's green spaces and more relaxed approach to education. High school ...
Different sort of tricycle Timaru Herald
Geraldine High School student Tom McKeown is taking his love of engineering to the extreme.
Crane Brothers : a life in fashion Stuff.co.nz
Murray Crane is always in a suit. The founder and owner of Crane Brothers tailors is a walking, two-piece, brand. At cafes on Auckland's on-trend Ponsonby Rd ...
Experience to the fore Otago Daily Times
With two experienced hands in the team, Ashburton College cruised to a well-deserved win in the Otago Daily Times Extra! spelling quiz for years 9 and 10 at ...
Air force career love at first flight Timaru Herald
Ben Fraser's career is very much up in the air, just the way the former Timaru Boys' and Geraldine High School pupil likes it.
Education investigation: The great divide New Zealand Herald
Children at schools in poor areas are still lagging far behind their wealthy peers, with rising pass rates making but a small dent in the achievement gap, l.
Young motocross riders impress with big boys Timaru Herald
Beaconsfield best motocross riders proved they have plenty of talent at the South Island secondary and intermediate schools motocross championships.
School leavers embark on a new journey Timaru Herald
Eight South Canterbury duxes assess their time at school.
Hanan Shield girls' have high hopes in rugby Timaru Herald
The Hanan Shield secondary school girls rugby side head to the South Island tournament ion Dunedin with high hopes.
Quake kids swell classroom sizes Timaru Herald
At least 400 Christchurch students are in South Canterbury classrooms today.
Our outstanding Kiwis Timaru Herald
The Queen's Birthday Honours list for 2012 has left six South Canterbury recipients humbled.
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