PB4L Achievement Slip Draw:
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FOLLOWING STUDENTS AND STAFF
Congratulations to the following for winning the achievement slip draw this week. Please collect your canteen voucher from the office - Clevelyn Ngarangione, Connor Wilkinson, Laicee Swain, Josiah Ashman and Mr Joyce
Well done all! Remember to keep showing respect and keep those achievement slips coming in.
Thank you to all parents and caregivers who made the time either on the 30th May or at some other stage, to talk with Whanau teachers about their child’s learning. These are valuable opportunities to focus on the core business of education and an opportunity to put students in the driver’s seat of their education.
Please take some time to fill out the "Conference Feedback Form" by clicking the link below.
Term 3 Week 4 (13th August- 17th August)
13th-17th Green Week
15th Open Day
19th-20th Three Rivers Girls Football Tournament
22nd Attitude Programme
29th Whanau Conference Day
3rd-7th Tournament Week
10th-14th Green Week (interruption free week)
11th-18th Practice Exams
18th HPV Vaccinations
24th SIT Liaison Visit
26th Sports A Cultural Photos
28th Last Day Term 3
15th First Day Term 4
15th-19th Green Week (interruption free week)
22nd Labour Day
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