Nau mai haere mai to our 2016 school year. The staff and I are excited about the year ahead. We are looking forward to learning alongside your child while working in partnership with parents. [Read More...]
The event will be run across two days with high school students riding on Friday 18 March and primary/intermediate school students riding on Saturday 19 March, following a similar format to last year's event Entry fee for this year will be $75 for senior riders riding on the Friday and $60 for primary/intermediate riders riding on the Saturday. If you would like to register then click on the following link www.rmcc.org.nz.
A big thanks to the Marshall family for donating & delivering the woodchip for the gardens.
The school fee accounts will be sent out Tuesday next week as I am still waiting for some class camp fees to add. Sorry for the inconvience. I will also be sending out the Health Information forms for each child. Please read, update and return to the school office.
This takes place on each alternate Tuesday morning and is taken by an interdenominational group, who have been approved by your school Board of Trustees. They start in early March and we will put dates on the website calendar once we have confirmed dates.
Congratulations to the following past pupils for the following awards at the WHHS Year 10 Prizegiving: Mitchell Anderson - Excellence in Music Alex Pitkethley - 1st Equal in Spanish James Urquhart - 1st Digital Technologies Alice Croucher - 1st Dance & Excellence English Abbie Garwood - Excellence Level 1 NCEA Geography & Technology Metal Kira Lees - 1st Visual Art & Excellence English Lucy McGovern - 1st Visual Art & Excellence NCEA Level 1 Geography
The Public Health Nurse will be visiting the school on Wednesday 10 February to have an Education session with a short video regarding the Year 7 students Boostix and the Year 8 Girls HPV immunisations. There will be an information pack with the permission form sent home after this visit. Below is a bit of information about these immunisations for you to look at.
File Download: Public_Health_Nurses_Info.pdf
This term we welcome 16 new students from year 1 through to year 7 and their families to our school and community:
It has been great seeing the school pool getting such good use over the holidays. I would like to remind users the importance of following the pool use and safety rules so that the actions of a few don't affect the enjoyment for others of this wonderful community facility.
We would like to inform parents that we have children at our school with severe allergies. Room 3 - Peanuts Room 4 - Peanuts, Eggs Room 5 - All Nuts, Room 6 - Peanuts Room 7 - Kiwifruit
Kaharoa School sends the school newsletter every fortnight on a Thursday to all the community and families via email unless otherwise stated. If you would rather receive the newsletter by paper copy then please let Heidi Vosse know in the school office by phone 07 3323444 or email email@example.com.
Is your child starting school this year? Visique are running a promotion for a free pair of sunglasses for all 5 year olds . All Room 1 children will receive the voucher for this promotion. See the attached information sheet for more details.
Rotorua Swim school have confirmed that they will be attending our school at lunchtimes from Monday 22nd February to Friday 26th February 2016.
Principal - Warwick Moyle
B.O.T. Chairperson - Bart Vosse
Kaharoa Road RD 6, Rotorua 3096
t: (07) 332 3444
f: (07) 332 3401
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