Logan Park High School hosted a Pink Ribbon Breakfast on Wednesday 28th May to raise funds for the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation. Students and staff enjoyed hot drinks and home made goods. The breakfast has raised well over $200. Thanks to everyone who came along and supported the event. Further donations can be given into the office.
Check out the latest Park Press HERE: for news on Stage Challenge, the trip to New Caledonia, Tautuku Camp, Spirit of NZ, Rugby and Touch Rugby updates, Race Unity celebrations, plus the latest academic, sporting and cultural news including Pippi's Fencing national title, and Tuhin's top 1% world-wide test score in Latin.
A talented group of LPHS Students won the Otago Secondary Schools "Best Teacher-Directed Shakepearean Performance" with HOD Drama Sarah Spicer's production of King Lear. There are 15 students in the production, who have fund-raised to make the trip to Wellington to perform in the NZ Secondary Schools Shakespeare finals at Queen's Birthday Weekend.
On Monday the 12th of May, Logan Park students travelled to Invercargill to take part in the Otago/Southland Stage Challenge 2014 at the Civic Theatre. We received awards for Choreography, Stage Use, Performance Skill and Soundtrack and came 3rd overall. A fabulous time was had by both the students and the staff. Our student directors in charge of the very polished performance were, Yama Dempster Passang, Shannon Thorsnes, Ella Dodd and Edan Feint.