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Newsletter 201615 - 25 May 2016

Welcome

This week we welcome the following new students and their whānau to our school: Raiha Tarawa, Kahn Wharerau and Damian-James Shepherd.

 

Netball

All players need to arrive at Lindvart Park at 8am with a water bottle and appropriate shoes to play in. They will be given a uniform when they arrive and uniforms will be collected at the end of their games.

Games for JMB will always start at 8.30am. Come along and support our teams!


League

School league has been cancelled today due to weather. All players will get a notice today. League practice is every Monday and Wednesday with Matua Ken Moka. All players must have shoes and a mouth guard.

Transition Days

This term all our Year 6 tamariki will be visiting Kaikohe Intermediate School on Wednesday 8th and Thursday 9th June. All whānau are welcome to attend or visit the Intermediate on either of these days.

Hockey

Can all players please meet Whaea Rehutai on Saturday. Green team (development) at 10.30 and Yellow at 11.30am to get ready and warm up for our games.

 

Evacuation/Lock Down practices

This week we will be holding an Evacuation practise and a Lock Down practise to be sure that our children know what to do in either situation.

 

School Trustee Elections 2016

Declaration of Staff Election Results

 

At the close of nominations, as there was only one valid nomination received I hereby declare Graeme Shaw duly elected.

 

Declaration of Parent Election Results

 

At the close of nominations, as the number of valid nominations was fewer than the number of vacancies required to be filled, I hereby declare the following duly elected:

Lisa Tuwhangai

Alicia Tomuri and

Frances Petera

 

Signed:

Kohi Woodman

Returning Officer


Room 8 Class

Since Whaea Tina started in Room 8 at the beginning of Term 2 we have had an influx of 5 year olds who have arrived at school ready to learn.

Here they are practising reading their alphabet card. Learning the alphabet and the sounds each letter makes is a great help to our 5 year olds when they are beginning to read and write.


Literacy and Numeracy groups

This term Mr Shaw has started a special Literacy group that works with him every morning from 9 -9.30am to help them make faster progress in reading and writing. Next week Whaea Kelli will be starting a special Maths group who will work from 11.30-12.15 every day to help them make faster progress in Maths. All children in Mr Shaw’s group brought a letter home last week. Whaea Kelli will be sending home a letter today to the children who will start in her Maths group. As the year goes on these groups will change. If you have any queries don’t hesitate to come in and see either Mr Shaw or Whaea Kelli.

 

Breakfast Club every day

A big thank you to our volunteers Ani, Sophie, Lois and Crystal who are currently running the breakfast club. Your help is much appreciated. Breakfast Club is in the hall every morning from 8.00-8.30 am. All children and their whānau are welcome to come and enjoy a nutritious breakfast to kick start their day.

 

Kaikohe East School Board

Kaikohe East School Board next meeting will now be at the school at 3:15pm on Wednesday 1 June.

Go here for the agenda and associated reports.

 

Soccer

A reminder that Kaikohe Soccer Club is running soccer for 4-8 year olds every Wednesday afternoon from 4pm at Lindvart Park. All welcome!

 

Youth Week

Kaikohe YEAH! 28th and 29th May 2016, Library Square Kaikohe.






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Don Edmonds,
25 May 2016, 14:49