Coroglen School Newsletter
Term 4 Number 6
Wednesday 14th November 2012
Hello / Kia Ora
Well done to all the students who participated in our annual Athletics Day against Whenuakite School. Highest scoring seniors were Liam Parry, Liam McQueen, Jett Valdez Olivet and Antonio Rupeti Anderson with 18 points, and highest scoring junior was Leon Melde with the maximum 21 points. We have retained the shield with a one point difference. Congratulations everyone. We really are the little school that CAN.
|Jett Valdez Olivet, Antonio Rupeti Anderson, Liam McQueen & Liam Parry|
share the Senior Athletic Cup for 2012
Swimming Lessons start Monday 19 November at Coroglen School swimming pools. Lessons are Monday and Wednesday after school and cost $6 per lesson. Please phone Janine on 866 3123 by the weekend to register your interest.
Weetbix Kids Tryathlon. The Sanitarium Weet-Bix TRYathlon has been inspiring Kiwi kids to 21 years, so come and join the fun and swim, cycle and run your way around the course. Distance is dependent on your age, and you can participate by yourself, or as part of a team Entry is open to anyone 7 to 15 years of any level of fitness. This is not until 17 February in Hamilton, or 24 March in Tauranga, but you can register before 21 December to get the early bird discount.Pinnacles Trip At this stage have decided to continue with the Pinnacles trip for the senior room. We will be departing at around 9.30 and should arrive at the car park around 11am. We will consult again tomorrow with DOC and the Met Service to make sure the track is open and the weather is stable. The final decision will be made in the morning. Please be at school before 9am when we will meet for a pre camp briefing.
Egg cartons - Kylie St George is looking for empty egg cartons as she will be selling free range eggs which will be available from the school. All proceeds will be for Coroglen School. These will sell for $5 per dozen.
Paid Union Teachers' Meeting. The school has been advised by the NZEI Te Riu Roa that it is holding a Paid Union Meeting for teachers at 1.30pm, Wednesday 21st November, at MBAS. Accordingly, the majority of the school’s teaching staff will be unavailable after 1pm on that date. The School will be open with one staff member. Some students from other schools are going home early on this day.
Penny Anderson and the Team
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