Wednesday, August 3, 2011



Coroglen 'Mum's & Nana's' dinner - September 9th - 6pm, Blonde restaurant.

Thames Camera Club – Last week we had a visit from Laurel Flynn from the Thames Camera Club. She brought with the prizes for Danyl and Alana who was also a section winner. The students’ photos get better every year. Next year we will have better quality paper and perhaps even a better printer.


Owen Blair Sims 11.08.11 – I would like to thank everyone for their kind wishes and messages of support. Owen arrived at 7.20 am and weighed 8lb 14oz (around 4 kgs). Mother, baby, big bro and dad are all dong well. Jean J



Lotto Numbers – The Rotorua Trip fundraiser has finished and the following people were our weekly winners. Congratulations and thanks to all whom supported this fundraising effort. 9th July – unsold Number 31; 16th July – Steve J; 23rd July – Kelly R; 30th July – Jessie; 6th August – Steve J.

Cross Country – Coroglen Whenuakite – Tuesday 23rd of August.

DATE: Tuesday 23 August (week 4) -2011

Postponement: Wednesday 11th

VENUE: Whenuakite School

TIME: Assemble 11am

Walk courses 11.15am - 11.30am

Begin races 11.30 - Finish- 12.30 - 1.00pm (approx)

Please complete the permission / transport form at the end of this newsletter and send back to school as soon as possible.



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Warren Buffett is the world’s second or third richest man (depending on your reference) second/third only to Bill Gates. He has donated $31 billion to charity and definitely walks his talk.


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Westpac Helicopter Visit -Good news - I'm pleased to confirm that the Westpac Waikato Air Ambulance will visit your school at 12.30 on Friday 26 August (assuming there's not an emergency on the day!) They'll have room in the chopper for 4 children to go for a short flight.
Ahead of the visit, a crew member from the base in Hamilton will contact you directly to discuss safety measures.
Fingers crossed for sunny day!
Regards Robyn


Robyn Rowley
Sponsorship Manager
Marketing and Customer Experience

Bike Safety – This programme will be running again tomorrow and Year 1-6 students need their bikes at school for the next three Thursdays. Children are only allowed to ride under close supervision and safety rules apply- helmets, brakes etc.

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