Thursday, June 19, 2014

Newsletter, Term 2, Wk 7

Hello / Kia Ora

Phone tree update
Thank you to those parents who returned the phone tree update request recently. We have attached the updated phone tree. This is to be used to pass on messages such as cancellations or school closures. If you are unable to reach the person below you on the chain, please notify the school and call the next person in the chain.

Stationery accounts
Thank you to the families who have paid their stationery accounts and lawns fees. Being a small rural school, we rely on the parent’s contribution to offset the school’s costs.

Measles Epidemic in the Waikato
We have attached a release from the Ministry of Health regarding the measles outbreak in the Waikato region.

Winter Sports Y4-8

The children have been training for the annual Winter Sports since the beginning of the term. They will be held at Whenuakite School on Wednesday 25th June, all parents and family are welcome to come along and watch their children compete. We will require transport to and from Whenuakite School, if you are able to assist, please complete the transport slip and return it to the school.

Our date for Pet Day has been changed. Pet Day
will now be on
Saturday the 18th of October.


Volley Ball tournament
The senior children will begin training for this one day tournament in September. Training with Kiwi Sport representative will begin in August.

Breast Cancer Charity Fundraiser

Charity Auction
Come down for a fun afternoon, check out the brewery and support a great cause.
100% profits to charity. Afternoon tea will be provided. Sunday 22 June 2pm. Tickets are $15 from Seabreeze Holiday Park, or Hot Water Brewing Co. Door sales will be available.

Water bottles
With the fires in the class room going, we are asking the children in the junior room to bring a water bottle to school. This is to prevent dehydration, and will give the children better access to rehydrating themselves during class. They can be filled up from the water cooler at the school.

Kiwi Sport visit
Jamie Stones from Kiwi Sport gave the children a lesson in Court Hockey yesterday. Pictured are the senior room children learning some Court Hockey techniques.

Café menu at Coroglen Tavern

If you are looking for a great place to catch up with a friend, remember The Coroglen Tavern donates $1 from each muffin or slice of cake from the café menu to Coroglen School.

Pub Lunches
Smoked bacon, and smoked pea soup with garlic bread will be available this Friday  for pub lunches at $7.

Enjoy your week
From Penny and the Team



I am able/unable to provide transport to Whenuakite School on Wednesday 25th June for _____ children including my own child.

Name: ______________________________


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