Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Newsletter, term 4, week 3

Coroglen School Newsletter

Term 4 Number 3

Wednesday 30th October 2013


Hello / Kia Ora


Athletics – Monday 11th November from 10am till 2pm. Children will be participating in all the events. All parents and grandparents are welcome to come along and watch the children.

Peninsula Central run/jump/throw off - Children will be selected to take part in this event, to be held next Wednesday at MBAS. They will bring home a consent form this week. Children will be selected on their times and distances this week. This affects 9years and up.

Preparing the back field

Huge thanks to Craig and Amy Hodge for pruning the trees that were overhanging the long jump pit. This was a great example of team work.

Many thanks also to Sam Toworai and Kylie St George and helpers for digging out the long jump pit and topping up the sand. The lane markings are only a few days off so we will be ready in plenty of time. We appreciate all your efforts.

Tag Rugby –New round starts next Monday 4th of November. at 5pm.

If you have not paid your registration fee of $10 per child, please send your payment to the school or bring it on Monday. This pays for the registration and T-Shirt. If we receive a draw
before Monday we will get this information to you. Theresa Kereopa

 Concert – we are planning a ukulele performance at Continuing Care on
Thursday the21st of November and will require transport to and from Whitianga. The planned performance will take approximately 30 – 45 minutes. Transport slips will come home soon. Please remember from the 1st November children under 148cm will require a booster seat when travelling.

Marae visit – We are in the process of planning an overnight visit to Kennedy Bay Marae on the 18th of November. The children have been working on their mihi and waiata in preparation of this visit. Please complete the permission and transport/supervision form at the end of this newsletter. The cost of this visit is $30 per person.

Halloween- Tomorrow is Halloween and the students can come to school in dress up. This does not need to be gruesome as it is a harvest celebration.


Enjoy your week

Penny and the team

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