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Newsletter 201819 - 21 June 2018

Welcome

Welcome to our new tamariki and their whānau: Teyana Taylor.


Whānau Survey 2018

We want to show whānau that we have thought about your ideas in terms of improvements we can make. So this week we are replying (in blue) to comments on the following from whānau to share what we do and what we can do about the query shared.

Whānau Query: It is hard to know where the office area is if you are a new whānau.

Our response: We have ordered new office flags to signal to any visitors where the office is, we have also ordered new classroom signs as our older mosaic ones are falling to bits. Thank you for sharing this with us.

Hope this clarifies some of your queries and ideas, thank you.


School Speeches

Our school speeches were held on 13 June, congratulations to the winners of the competitive section.

Here are our two representatives ready for tonight’s Rotary Speech competition at the Kaikohe RSA.


Hockey

Hockey this weekend for all teams, please meet your respective team coaches at the turf with the appropriate gear at the following times; Whaea Kohi 8.45am, Whaea Waiora & Whaea Michelle 9.30am and Whaea Claire at 10.30am.


Netball

Could all Netball players please meet at Lindvart Park on Saturday by 8.30am ready to warm up on court for their 9am game. Be sure to bring a bag to put your clothes in, a water bottle and shoes to play in.


Room 7 and 14 to Waiōmio Caves and Ngāwhā

Due to the wet weather the trip for these two classes has been postponed until Friday 22 June. Could whānau who were coming to awhi please confirm with Whaea Joy and Whaea Liz their availability for Friday if you haven’t already.


League on Wednesdays

There is League this afternoon at Lindvart Park from 3.45 until 5pm. The last day for league will be Wednesday 4th July.


Whānau Hui reminder

Mid Year whānau Hui is on 2 and 3 July, if you haven’t already, please return your completed form to school by this Friday 22 June. Confirmed meeting times will be sent home on the 27 June with children. If you require another form please contact the office. Remember to tell us what is happening to your child on the day

A reminder that school will run as usual until 3pm on Monday 2nd July but will finish early at 12pm on Tuesday 3rd July. Please be sure we know what is happening for your child at 12pm on the Tuesday as minimal supervision will be available.


Mainfreight Calendar Selections

We are very excited to announce that two children from our school have had their artwork selected to go onto Mainfreights 2019 calendar.

Congratulations to R’Mahni Wilson-Ashby and Kobe Kopa.


School Lunches

This Thursday our lunch menu will be, bacon and vegetable soup $1, Pies $2, juicies $1 and on Friday Pies $2 and juicies $1. Orders will be taken in the school office before school.


Transition Days for Year 6

Our first transition day went well last week, our Year 6 children enjoyed their time visiting Kaikohe Intermediate School. We have one more transition day for the year 6 tamariki planned for Wednesday 5 September. In Term 4 whānau will be contacted to start the enrolment process.


School Hats / Jojo Bows

We are lucky enough to have school caps and school beanies for sale - $8, available at the school office. We now also have Jojo bows for sale - $3 each.

A reminder we do not have eftpos so please pay by cash or talk to us about automatic payments online.


Matariki Celebration

On Thursday 5 July we are planning to have a school Matariki Celebration day. All classes will be doing activities during the day and will have a free hāngi lunch. whānau are welcome to come and join us! Each class will have about 5 extra hāngi to share between whānau that are able to attend.


Lighting the Way Health Expo

Congratulations to Room 8 who won the Lighting the Way poster competition. The class were presented with a $100 Warehouse voucher and a certificate for their efforts.