School Newsletter – 12 February 2019

Term 1, Week 3 — School news, upcoming dates and notices

Upcoming Events

Meet the Teacher Evening 7.00 pmTue, 12 Feb
School Assembly 1.55 pmFri, 15 Feb
School Assembly 1.55 pmFri, 15 Feb
Y4-8 Band 1.00 pm - 3.00 pmMon, 18 Feb
Y4-8 Band 1.00 pm - 3.00 pmMon, 18 Feb
Y4-8 Band 1.00 pm - 3.00 pmWed, 20 Feb
Y4-8 Band 1.00 pm - 3.00 pmWed, 20 Feb
Book WeekMon, 25 FebFri, 1 Mar
Y4-8 Band 1.00 pm - 3.00 pmMon, 25 Feb
Y4-8 Band 1.00 pm - 3.00 pmMon, 25 Feb
If you have a Google calendar you can add events directly to it via the Calendar page. For more events go to the Full Calendar List.

A Message from the Deputy Principals

We have both been involved in reading application forms and interviewing some of our senior students as we establish our leadership roles for 2019.  We have a variety of these on offer ie.  Student Leader Council, House Captains, Ambassadors, Peer Mediators, Librarians and Road Patrollers.  This week we would like to introduce you to our Student Leader Council who are responsible for running school assemblies, organising charity events each term, organising school events such as our School Disco and Talent Quests as well as much more.

Student Leader Council 2019

Congratulations to:-
Emma A, Matthew B, Callum B, Natan C, Kareena J, Ishani L, Amelia M, Neve M, Trixie R, Siddharth S, Zoe S, Neil T and Maia Z

House Captains 2019

We are pleased to announce these students as our House Captains for this year. Their interviews reflected the traits we encourage and they shared ideas for us for the year.

Congratulations to:-
Atkin House: Thomas D, Lucy H, Ege O, Qyunn T
Colenso House: Charlie B, Sean K, Sofia M, Lachlainn M
Patteson House: Leanne C, Harry E, Cooper F, Sebie T-R
Selwyn House: Tim C, Jezzabella B, James C, Matthew W

Meegan Hill and Debbie Ellery

The Kohimarama Way – Respect

Without respect for rules, we would have confusion.  People would treat each other rudely and violate each other’s privacy and other rights.  Respect helps people to feel valued.  Older people deserve special respect because they have lived longer and learned many of life’s lessons.  Self-respect is making sure no one hurts you or abuses you, even an older person.  When you respect yourself, others respect you, too.


Weetbix Kids TRY-Athalon

Big congratulations to all 54 Kohimarama School kids who swam, cycled and ran their way around Point England on Sunday taking part in the Weetbix Kids TRY-Athalon.  The smiles say it all – a fun day was had by all!

Community Notices

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