The KCA & Kaharoa School community AED (automated external defibrillator) is in a cabinet located in the bus shelter outside the school.
Kia ora Yoga Students,
Jenny Lux is back in term 2 and will offer another round of yoga classes on Monday evenings at 6.30pm, starting 02 May 2022 on Monday.
Ngongotaha AFC Junior Soccer are continuing to muster for the 2022 season. We have teams for all ages and abilities form 5 year olds to 15/16 year olds.
The Sport Bay of Plenty Development Coach Advance course (DCA) is due to start in March. This is 7 sessions across 9 months and aimed at developing coaches of tamariki (primary school aged children) rangatahi (Intermediate and college aged youth) and local club adults. If you would like to learn alongside and hear from coaches in other codes this course maybe for you.
KKT’s have shared their latest newsletter with us which will bring you up to date on some of their activities:
It has been a busy year with some significant changes and improvements to our infrastructure and other less obvious changes (like this newsletter format).
File Download: KKT_Newsletter_November_2021.pdf
Through the generosity of MTI Lakes Performing Arts Centre has been given the rights to host “All Together Now”, a revue show of your favourite musical numbers.
File Download: Untitled_document_-_Google_Docs.pdf
We are looking for a home for our beloved cat Poppy.
Approximately 8 years old, we rescued her from the SPCA about 7 years ago. Extremely independent, excellent mouser, toilets outside, a bit dog-like in her demeanour, and very cuddly. If you are interested please contact Tammy at 0221720348.
We are a group of volunteers who are crazy about kokako. We work to protect kokako living in the Kaharoa Conservation Area, near Rotorua.
Keen to get involved? Email us at email@example.com or visit our website www.kokako.org.nz.
Parent Help is a non-profit organisation that supports parents in New Zealand by operating a free parenting helpline for parents and caregivers. The helpline provides personalised, practical support and strategies to parents and caregivers on a diverse range of parenting issues and challenges. For 30 years we’ve been supporting parents with our helpline with our aim to ensure that parents in New Zealand feel fully supported to do the best parenting job they can and to know that they can call on us whenever they need that extra bit of parenting support.
The Kaharoa Tennis Club plays at the School on Tuesday evenings from 6.30pm.
We welcome new players and subs are cheap as chips.
For further information please give Jo Wallace a call on 0274 904 105 or 07 33 22 300
If anyone has or sees any swarms of bees at their house/farm that they would like removed, please phone Andy Gifford 021 156 0829.
If parents require information about our community events and happenings or people who provide services for our community then you may like to visit the Kaharoa Community Association (KCA) website www.kaharoa.co.nz.
|02-06||Book Week Book Stall/Swap|
|03-06||Book Character Dress-Up Parade|
|03-06||Whole School Assembly|
|06-06||Queen's Birthday Long Weekend - No School|
|17-06||Whole School Assembly|
|21-06||Kaharoa School & Rural School Cluster Cross Country|
|24-06||Matariki (Public Holiday)|
|28-06||BOP Cross Country Championships|
|08-07||End of Term 2|
|08-07||Whole School Assembly|
|25-07||Start of Term 3|
|16-08||WHHS Orientation Day|