Toko School Newsletter

Thursday 29th March

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LEARNING STARS

CONGRATULATIONS TO THIS WEEKS LEARNING STARS:

Challenging Curriculum

Ella, Madison

Learning to Learn

All of Room 2, Addy, Olivia, Bryn, Cooper, Alise, Millie

Well Being

Hollie, Kobi, Ben, Tessa, Harrison, Jessica

Personal Best

Libby

Connected

Pippa, Libby

Easter Holiday

With Easter fast approaching, please note that the school is closed on 3/4/18 Easter Tuesday.

Turnbull Cup

We had a group of 17 swimmers take on the challenge of competing in the Turnbull Cup on Wednesday 14th March. It was a fantastic night that the children all really enjoyed and we had some great results. Toko A won the small schools relay and got second in the big and small school relay. Lexi Maketoni 3rd in Year 6 Girls, William Campbell 1st in Year 6 boys, Arnika Watson 2nd and Heidi Sextus 3rd in Year 8 girls. Well done to all who competed.


Rural Cluster Swimming Sports Results

This was another successful day which the children really enjoyed. Below are the results from the championship races.

Breaststroke

Year 6 Boys: 1st William C, 2nd Sam H

Year 6 Girls: 1st Lexi M

Year 7 Boys: 1st Ephraim I

Year 8 Girls: 1st Arnika, 2nd Pascoe W, 3rd Heidi S

Backstroke

Year 6 Boys: 1st William C, 3rd Sam H

Year 6 Girls: 1st Lexi Mi, 2nd Keighley A

Year 7 Boys: 1st Ephraim I

Year 8 Girls: 1st Arnika W, 2nd Pascoe W, 3rd Heidi S

Freestyle 1 Length

Year 6 Girls: 1st Lexi M, 3rd Keighley A

Year 6 Boys: 2nd Sam H

Freestyle 2 lengths

Open Boys: 2nd Ephraim I, 3rd Charlie W

Open Girls: 1st Arnika W, 2nd Heidi S, 3rd Pascoe W

Relays

Year 4-6: Toko1 1st and Toko2 2nd

Year 7-8: Toko1 1st and Toko2 1st


Purple Day/Something that starts with the letter P

Thank you to everyone who participated in purple day or something that starts with the letter P, on Monday 26th March 2018. We raised $162.00 for Epilepsy New Zealand. Thank you so much for your gold coin donation.

SCHOOL ACCOUNTS

These are being sent home today.

LOST PROPERTY

We have a large amount of lost property. This will be on display next week. Can you please have a look through this when you are next at school. Any unclaimed lost property, at the end of the term, will be donated to charity.

TOKO SCHOOL & DISTRICTS 125TH JUBILEE:

TO KEEP UP TO DATE WITH ANY CHANGES TO THE JUBILEE DUE TO WEATHER . . .

Please check in with the Toko School and Jubilee Facebook Page.

STUDENT AMBASSADORS

An updated timetable is being sent home today with all the children that have offered to assist over the Jubilee weekend.

JUBILEE PROGRAMME OF EVENTS

To view the full programme and extra details please click on the following link:

PROGRAMME

JUBILEE BOOK

Jan Worthington, ex Toko School Teacher & Parent has spent an extraordinary amount of time putting this book together. It looks amazing, full of photos, stories from current students and a great record of Toko School, and most importantly the previous 25 years. Copies of the book will be available for people to look at during the Jubilee weekend, when orders can be made. We really encourage past and present families to purchase a copy.

Country Fair

Thank you to those parents that have offered to assist at the Country Fair. A timetable will be going home today with your children to show when and where you are required. We still require a few more helpers so if you can assist please let the office know.

TRAIL BIKE RIDE 15th APRIL:

Could those that offered to help please confirm that you are able to help out again on this date, by emailing alison.eagar@toko.school.nz We are looking forward to a great event.

Community Events


Free Seminar for Parents: The balancing act between the social and the safe online – what we can do to support our young people to navigate on-line challenges and complexities . Click on the link for further information:

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