Newsletter Week 4 Term 4
Meeanee School 9th November, 2022
MESSAGE FROM THE SWIVELLY CHAIR
Life at Meeanee School is incredibly busy at the moment as you will see throughout this newsletter. Papakura has just returned from their Wellington School Camp where they had a great time visiting the educational sights including Parliament, Capital E!, Space Place, Wellington Museum, Police Museum, and Zeelandia. Next week we hope to have a whole heap of photo's and some camp writing for you.
Next week we have School Athletics Day on Monday at the Regional Sports Park and then the Scholastic Book Fair for the rest of the week.
Today I will be sending out to parents/caregivers a survey form for you to complete. We value parents' thoughts and feedback about what we do at Meeanee School. We are constantly trying to improve what we do and would like help with planning our future direction. This survey comes out as a Google Form and should come to you via an email. If you have any issues with it please email me. The reason I use Google Forms is that it collates all of the results for me and saves a huge amount of time.
Be Kind, Stay Safe,
PB4L Weekly Goal
Our School Values are very important to us here at Meeanee School. We believe in showing Respect, Excellence, Empathy, and Perseverance. While our students are in school or sports uniform we encourage the display of these values.
This week students are focusing on putting away their sports equipment at the end of breaktimes. This is a continuation from last week as we still need to improve our efforts.
Check out this great video below for Positive Behaviour for Learning.
Stars of the Week
Congratulations to Malia, Darcie, Faelen, and Peyton.
Ginny, Shakylah, Haven, Bree, Nico, Olivia, Lily, and Liv.
Congratulations to Felix, and Ava, for Basketball. Sienna, Skylah, and River for Netball. Asarai for Canoe Polo.
School Athletics Day
Juicies will be on sale.
All students need to wear appropriate clothing and footwear. House Colours are encouraged.
Let's hope the sun is shining so we have an amazing day.
Scholastic Book Fair
Local Employment Opportunities
The NZ Census is undertaken every 5 years, the next being in 2023. If you would like to for approximately 7 weeks part or fulltime once the children have headed back to school in February, consider a Field Collector position. I have been allocated the Nelson Park/ Meeanee/ Clive area. If you live, or would like to work in this area, please contact me for further details.
Gill Scarlett 0211485821
Taradale Sunday Market is happy to support local, and is open weekly. For more info contact email@example.com or look on facebook.
- Moananui Biking Lesson - Friday 11th November
- School Athletics Day - Monday 14th November
- Scholastic Book Fair - Tuesday 15th to Friday 18th November
- Papakura at the Sportspark - Thursday 29th November
- School Concert Evening - Monday 5th December
- Year 8 Leavers Dinner - Wednesday 14th December
- End of Year Prizegiving - Friday 16th December 11am (school finishes at 12pm)