Thursday, August 18, 2016

Newsletter, Term 3, Week 4

Hello and Kia ora tatou.

Welcome to new 5 year old, Owen Sims, who joined the junior room last week.



Cross Country 
Our little school did really well especially with all the sick children who did so well to complete their races. Thank you once again to Whenuakite School for hosting the Cross Country day and to all whanau for their support and cheer-leading!
Results were:
12 & 13 year old boys: Max Willigers 4th
12 & 13 year old girls: Stella McQueen 5th
11 year old girls: Moana Manukau 3rd
10 year old boys: Ben Warwood 4th, Seth Willigers 5th
10 year old girls: Riley-Jean Macdonald 5th
9 year old boys: Leon Melde 4th
9 year old girls: Whenua Manukau 2nd, Yui Uematsu 9th, Isobel Warwood 10th
8 year old boys: Reo McQueen 6th, Ridge Ngataua 8th, Ransom Manukau 10th, Ty Willigers 15th, Jasper Sims 17th
8 year old girls: Aria Macdonald 6th, Meg Harper 8th, Jade Jefferson 12th
Year 2 boys: Valo Gray 5th
Year 2 girls: Marika Macdonald 11th
Year 0 & 1 boys: Bear Willigers 1st, Owen Sims 7th, Slade Harper 8th, Luciano Morgan 11th
Well done everyone and congratulations to Whenua and Moana Manukau, Leon Melde and Max Willigers who will be able to run at the Thames Valley event at Whitianga on the 7th September. More details to follow.













To Samantha Toworai  for your efforts in  the garden.
There are still more weeds needing to be pulled if you have the time. Or want to get a bit of exercise moving mulch! J

Behaviour on the Bus


 
Unfortunately there has been some unacceptable behaviour from some children on the bus. Please remind your children that travelling on the bus is a privilege not a right. They must remain in their allocated seat, talk quietly only to the person beside them and not be eating or drinking. They must comply with any instructions given to them by the bus monitors or the driver. Any further behaviour which is deemed unsafe will result in that child being excluded from the bus. A seating plan will be coming home to families who use the buses, for your reference.

Coroglen School Past pupils brag:
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Tyrese Melde is one of only four children from the Thames Valley area to be selected to go to Melbourne for a Basketball Training Camp in November. Well done!

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Lily Hare has just been named on the Massey University Pro Vice-Chancellor's Merit List for 2015, which recognises a first class pass, excellence in undergraduate study!

Congratulations to you both on these excellent achievements.

Phone tree alteration:
The number listed for Steven Hales is actually Sharon’s alternative number. Steve’s number is 021 295 3870



Bridge Hold-up Fundraising
If you would like to be a bandit on the bridge this year (Scallop Fest Weekend 9th September). . .

And if you can help with Pet Day organisation, contact Jessie Lockhart for details.

Be aware, our neighbouring orchard will be spraying this weekend. Any residue should be gone by Monday.

Have a good week,
from Jean and the team.


With special thanks to our sponsors:
 
 
 Whitianga Pig Hunting Club


    

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