Waipipi School 2022

Term 1:Monday 7th March

Local Business Urgently Needs Employees

A busy local employer has approached our school for assistance to find some people that need work.

If you know of any person wanting a job please email Mrs Brown (principal@waipipi.school.nz) and she will send you the business' contact information.

They urgently require people who will turn up each day with a good work ethic. Young people who have just left school are also welcome.

Second Confirmed Case of Covid-19 in the Junior School.

This notice is to inform our community that a junior student has tested positive for Covid-19. This student, has not been at school since Friday 25th February.

We respect this family's right to privacy. If you have any questions related to your child/ren specifically please email Mrs Brown. principal@waipipi.school.nz

Please monitor your children for Covid-19 symptoms. It is important that if your child develops symptoms they stay at home until they are symptom-free and have returned a negative test result.

Constable Kelly Davys- Community Police Officer visits Waipipi Students

We'd like to thank Constable Kelly Davys for visiting our school on Friday. Her visit was very entertaining and informational for the students.
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Waterslide Fun- Great to see all classes have now had a turn at the Waterslide.

Thanks again to the PTA for the new and improved hose!
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Room 4 STEM Challenge- Creating the Highest Structure to Balance a Marshmallow.

Our vision: Waipipi Students are successful learners, who communicate

confidently, and interact positively with others.