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Dear Parents/Caregivers

There are a lot of opportunities for your child to play sport at Katikati College.

Students can play Hockey, Rugby, Football, Netball, Basketball, Volleyball and Cricket in weekly competitions. There are many other sports that students play including Squash, Rock Climbing, Motorcross, Gymnastics, Swimming, Athletics, Triathlons, Tennis, and the Year 7 & 8's may also be able to compete in the National AIMS Games which are held in Tauranga in September each year.

Students need to listen to/or read our daily notices so that they can keep informed of what is happening. The daily notices are read out in class each morning at form time and are also available on the door of the student office. These notices list important meetings that are being held at interval and lunchtimes. Students need to listen and attend any meetings that are called so that they receive all the information, even if they are not sure of how keen they are from the beginning. Go along, get the information and then make a decision.  Please ensure any fees due are paid.

There are many opportunities for students and we encourage them to get involved.  Please like our Facebook page to keep informed.

We are always looking for new coaches and managers of teams. If you are interested, or are already involved in coaching and managing sports teams, we would love to hear from you.

Katikati College employs a Sports Coordinator and if you wish to know any more information please don’t hesitate to contact Mrs Dunlop-Fraser. Her details are below:

Mrs Juliet Dunlop-Fraser
Sports Coordinator
Ph:07 549 0434
Email: sports@katikaticollege.school.nz

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