KIA ORA/GREETINGS TO ALL PARENTS AND FRIENDS OF THE SCHOOL
Hard to believe we are already half way through the year again!! I am very pleased that we have passed the shortest day now and will hopefully shortly be looking forward to some spring weather. Just a reminder that I am on leave at the moment and if you need support our Deputy Principal Judy Belton is available.
MID YEAR REPORTS
Teachers are currently finalising mid year reports. Remember that these are not printed out and will be available through the @school portal link on our website next Thursday.
New parents should receive an email with their login details next week. I will be available to assist any parents who cannot log in during the first week of term 3. A reminder that all accounts can also be accessed through this portal.
A huge mihi to all our tamariki, teachers and whanau of the school who made the Marae trip a success. We were very lucky with the weather and were able to have some activities outside. Nga mihi to Kura Kerepehi for their hospitality. Special mention also to our senior boys, Morgan and Calum for their whaikorero today. It is a privilege and honour to be able to speak on the marae. You both did us proud.
|3 July||Nacho’s for lunch – orders to the office tomorrow please|
|5 July||Last day of Term 2|
|22 July||First Day Term 3|
CERTIFICATE OF THE WEEK
At last Friday’s assembly the following students were awarded certificates
|Cohen for effort in all areas of learning|
|Kruden for working hard, and always obliging.|
|Daniel for helping others in maths.|
Nevaeh for always trying her best.
|Kaitaki Role Model||Morgan|
PTA LUNCHES – NACHOS!!!!
July 3rd is NACHO DAY!!! $5.00 per plate and orders MUST be into the office with payment by TOMORROW! FRIDAY 28th June.
STATIONERY ROOM 4 Ikaiti
If your child requires a journal cover these are now available from the office cost $3.40.
Mrs Belton has a list of children who require this stationery, so if you are unsure please check with her.
Please note we sell all stationery for the same price we pay for it.
The school holiday programme will run in the second week of the holidays. Monday 15th, Tuesday 16th, Wednesday 17th, and Friday 19th
If you have not yet booked, please do so ASAP.
Next week accounts will be sent out to all families with balances owing. We still have some money to come in for the Marae Trip and the Kelly Tarlton Trip. If you have not yet paid these please do so ASAP or arrange a weekly auto payment and let Maree know.
Riddle me a Riddle
Last weeks was: What belongs to you but is used more by others? Answer Your name.
This week: David’s father has three sons : Snap, Crackle and _____ ?
Answer next week.
CALF CLUB NEWS
Calf Club – already!! Hard to believe it but it’s nearly time to start looking for animals. This year we will be including calves again as well as the usual lambs and kids. (And of course our DIY animals) Animals must be born between July 1 and August 31. Keep an eye out for more information in the coming weeks.
Franklin Vets Kopu would like to offer our services and product free of charge for all children entering calves, lambs and goats for Calf Club Day this year.
Lambs/Goats: We will dock and vaccinate with Ultravac 5 in 1.
Calves: We will worm-drench with Dectomax and Vaccinate with Ultravac 6 in 1.
We also provide discounted debudding for calves and kid goats ($15.00 per animal) – parents will need to organise by contacting the clinic.
For bookings/information contact Kopu Clinic 07 8685007
NATHAN WALLIS – THE DEVELOPING BRAIN
Click link for further information on dates, and ticket purchase
INDOOR BASKETBALL JAMBOREE – NEW PLYMOUTH
Thames Swim Cool Swim School.
Next week Monday 1st of July till Friday the 5th of July is enrollment week for all new enrollments. Bring your child/children in for an assessment any time between 3pm and 5pm or phone the pool and ask to speak to Kat to arrange an appointment.