Thank you to the students, staff and community at Kaharoa School for your warm welcome and awhi aroha (loving embrace) at the pōwhiri yesterday. Click 'Read More' to read my Prinicpal's Letter for this fortnight. - A brief introduction from Mr Lynden Cook (new School principal) - Before and after School Care - please make use of this! - Term 3 Enrolments - Bus Safety. [Read More...]
The Board invites applications from parents who wish to enrol their sons and daughters at Kaharoa School for Term 3 2021. Enrolment at the school is governed by an enrolment scheme, details of which are available from the school office.
On Tuesday, 22 June, we will be holding our School Cross Country Run combined with the Rural Cross Country Competition. The event starts in the morning at 10am for children aged 8 year and over. Please find attached the approximate times for the morning races.
File Download: Cross_Country_Course_Map.pdf
File Download: Timetable_-_Rural_Cluster_Competition.pdf
Please see below for some health and safety information/warnings regarding the Kokako Block, and a request for help from willing volunteers for the next round of pest control activities.
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Please find below the latest newsletter from our PTA including details of their upcoming fundraising initiatives and how you can help! Find the 10 June 2021, newsletter here:
File Download: June_newsletter_-min.pdf
The Kaharoa Community Association are planning a fun family night of Olympic Pinterest games (combined with their AGM) on Friday 11th June 2021 starting at 7.00pm at the Kaharoa Hall.
Aimed at athletes, coaches and parent to learn more about supporting athlete development and wellbeing.
File Download: Athlete_Development_Wellbeing_poster_template_%28003%29.pdf
If you have any unwanted mobile phones, please bring them to school and drop them in the collection box in the office for recycling. Phones collected help reduce waste sent to landfills, save valuable materials and energy and help look after New Zealand’s waterways. Did you know that after rainfall 69% of New Zealand’s rivers are deemed unsafe for swimming due to contamination? with statistics like this The Mobile Phone Appeal is excited to partner with Sustainable Coastlines as the chosen beneficiary for the appeal.
The annual Scrap Metal Collection is back, starting at the end of this week, Friday, 21 May (in the afternoon from 3.30pm) through to Thursday, 27 May. With help of the amazing support by Macaulay Metals, Rotorua’s scrap metal buyers, you have the opportunity to get rid of any unwanted metal items, while raising funds for our school at the same time. So please help us ‘build a mountain of scrap’ and drop any unwanted metal items at the main school car park behind the cones. Macaulay Metals will pick these up and, based on total weight, will forward all proceeds to the Kaharoa PTA. Please make sure you drop off metal material only, so no tyres, glass, plastic, wood, lithium ion...
Kia ora Kaharoa Whanau… we have some exciting news! We have just joined Rewardhub. This is a website where more than 100 leading brands will reward our school with donations, at no extra cost to you, when you shop online and are signed up to support us.
File Download: Rewardhub_Info.pdf
Last week was Book Week. We started the week with a visit from the popular New Zealand author of the Dragon Brothers and Dragon Defenders book series, James Russell. Mr Russell gave a talk to both the junior and senior teams then very kindly ran two writing workshops with some of our keen writers. We would like to acknowledge his donation of two of his books to our school library - these are proving very popular, so it was great to get extra copies. Thank you to the Room Totara display team (Mya, Farah, Jade and Melissa) who set up the library with a dragon-themed display in anticipation of Mr Russell’s visit. We finished the week with a fancy dress day - dress as your favourite book...
A fun event for children and families to raise funds for food for children in sub-Saharan Africa. Children aged 8-13 years can do a maximum of 20 hours of no eating or could choose to do 20+ hours without something else (that would be hard to do without) to raise money. There are ideas on the World Vision FAQs page here. Children under 8 years can also participate by doing a different challenge, for example no furniture, no-TV, or the no-talking challenge. This year we will again be doing the Famine online.
Sport BOP are offering a Coaching for Character workshop for coaches, athletes, parents and managers.
Dear Kaharoa Whanau, This is a quick notification about an upcoming harvesting operation in the Kaharoa Forest along Kaharoa Road. Attached is a letter outlining the details, however, the dates had changed slightly and the operation will only start tomorrow, Tuesday 11 May (to last around one month), with increased truck traffic to start next week. I have been assured that the contractors will do their best to avoid truck traffic during our ‘rush hours’ between 8-9am and 2.30-3.30pm.
File Download: Neighbour_Notification_Pukeha_%28Gaddum%29_-_0421.pdf
A project update from Finley English, Founder of the Read for a Feed project: Hi Everyone! Thank you all so much for your support towards my project. With your help, I was able to put together $200 to donate to the Salvation Army!
File Download: RFAF_Project_complete_public_poster.pdf
Jenny Lux will be offering yoga classes for 8 weeks on Monday evenings in Term 2, starting 10 May. If you are interested, please contact her to sign up (see email below).
|22-06||Kaharoa School & Rural Cross Country|
|02-07||Assembly (Whole School)|
|02-07||PTA Quiz Night|
|09-07||End of Term 2|
|26-07||Start of Term 3|
|16-08||School Photos by Photolife|
|30-08||Vaccination Clinic Yr 8|
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