School Newsletter


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Term 1, Week 4 - 2021

We are very pleased to be able to let you know that Mrs Jennifer Bates has been appointed as our new Office Manager. Jen will commence duties full time in the office from the 15th March. For the coming weeks, we are lucky to have Jen and Diane Wackrow working in tandem part time - thank you.
Congratulations Jen - we are delighted to have you return to our team. 


01

Term 1, Week 4 - 2021

We are very pleased to be able to let you know that Mrs Jennifer Bates has been appointed as our new Office Manager. Jen will commence duties full time in the office from the 15th March. For the coming weeks, we are lucky to have Jen and Diane Wackrow working in tandem part time - thank you.
Congratulations Jen - we are delighted to have you return to our team. 


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Term 1, Week 3 - 2021

Due to the change in Covid 19 Alert Levels, we reluctantly postponed our Pool Party this week. We have rescheduled this fun event for Wednesday 3rd March starting at 5.00pm. Pop this date into your calendar now. 

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Term 1, Week 2 - 2021

We look forward to seeing everyone next Tuesday evening (from 5pm) for our ever-popular ‘Pool Party’.
This gives parents/caregivers/staff and whānau the opportunity to mingl
e and chat. It is also a chance for you to meet our Board of Trustees and our new PTA members!
All Hokowhitu School children will receive a ticket for a free sausage.

Bring the family, the PTA will be selling sausages ($2.00), american hotdogs ($3.00) and juicies ($1.00) for an easy meal option. PLEASE BRING THE RIGHT CASH, WE WILL NOT HAVE A LARGE FLOAT.

The pool will be open for anyone wanting a swim and we will have some sports equipment out too, so do come along and join the fun. 

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Term 1, Week 1 - 2021

Welcome to the 2021 school year. A very special welcome to our new learners, who have made fantastic starts at our school. We have an ‘action packed’ term planned and can’t wait to share it with the children and our community whānau. Our inquiry focus to start the year is centred around the concepts of ‘Te Whare Tapa Wha’ (hauora and wellbeing). 

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