Kia ora whanau, last week of school and I am wondering where the term went. It has been a fantastic start to 2019 with a lot of things going on within our school and the community. Our learning journey for our tamariki has included a lot of local stories and class visits to some of our very own prestigious landmarks of Rotorua. Our Kahui Ako is going strong and all the schools within in our cluster Lynmore Primary, Owhata Primary, Mokoia Intermediate and Rotorua Lakes High School are beginning to establish a great learning pathway for the tamariki of the Rotorua East region. We have had some excellent results in the sporting arena across the school and our school events have been well attended by our whanau and the local community. We want to continue this journey throughout the year and the whanau support that we have had this term. Have a great holiday with your tamariki and we look forward to seeing you all in term 2!!! [Read More...]
The Board of Trustees are reviewing the following policies in Term One: - School Swimming Pool - Alcohol/Drugs and Other Harmful Substances - Legislation and Administration Policy
Kia ora koutou katoa,
We heard there was a need here and we are able to provide an excellent programme based here at Rotokawa School!
This Friday 12 April 2019 we will have a wheels day here at school. Bring your bike, scooter, skateboard etc. A helmet must be worn when riding bikes. Come and join the fun.
Kia ora whanau Touch Rugby is finished for the term. Please return your uniforms to the box in the foyer at school. Thanks
This weeks Positive Behaviour 4 Learning(PB4L) school value is Being Truthful outside the classes. Each morning every classroom teacher teaches this school value for 15 minutes. This helps reinforce our values and is a constant reminder for our tamariki to use our school values of: Have fun, Include others, Be Respectful, Be Safe and Responsible and Be Truthful.
The recipients of Week 10's Principal Awards were Tamajah-Li and Mason. Congratulations
American Hotdogs for lunch this Friday 12 April (last day of term) $3.00 Hotdog with your choice of Cheese, Tomato Sauce and Mustard and $1.00 juicies. Lunches are preorder only - your child has been given an order form to fill in. Orders to be in by tomorrow Wednesday 10 April 2019. Please send correct change. All proceeds go towards Hailey-Cruz and Tukaha's fees for the 2020 Rarotonga trip. We appreciate your support.
Toilet Rolls for Sale $48.00 for a box of 48 rolls. Each box sold provides $10.00 comission to go towards the Rarotonga 2020 excursion. Orders can be placed through the school office. Payment needs to be made by the 20th of each month and delivery is on the 25th of every month.
Eastlake Junior Soccer Club Registrations are open now 2019 Links are on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/eastlakejsc Eastlake Junior Soccer Club www.sporty.co.nz/eastlakesoccer All junior players 5yr -12yrs Early Bird prices before 30 March Grading day to be confirmed for 10th and 11/12th grades
DIVERSION MAZE PARK We have a new whanau that have just started at our school and are the proud owners of the Diversion Maze Park. As mentioned earlier they have put in a sponsor to celebrate our Principal Award students at the end of each term which is much appreciated. Please go along and enjoy this fun activity and support our local community and whanau. The prices are: Adults $15 Child (5-13y) $10 Under 5 free Family (2 adults +2 children) usually $40 but if you mention this advertisemnt you will get in for $30.
Date and Time: 15 to 17 April 2019 9.00am to 3.00pm Year and Cost: Years 0 to 8 $100.00pp What to bring: Lunch, shoes, water bottle
Tena Koutou Hi my name is Paekiri and I am the Public Health Nurse for you school.
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