14 june 2012 week 8 term 2 2012 hard at it in the junior classes using our new laptops to explore colours weekly school newsletter
phone 358-5204 14 june 2012 cellphone 027-362-5008 email firstname.lastname@example.org website www.milson.school.nz fax 358-2697 no 2012/17 p positivity/participation r respect/responsibility i individuality/integrity d determination e empathy/excellence principal s comments riding a bike a few reminders about the school rules relating to biking to school it is recommended by the nz police that children under 9 should not be biking by themselves therefore our school policy is:1 year 5 6 children are permitted to bike to school 2 children younger than that should only be biking to school if in the company of their parent/guardians 3 obviously any pupil biking must wear an approved helmet at all times no exceptions 4 within the school grounds bikes must be walked not ridden 5 bikes should be stored in the area outside the library and principal office note this area is not locked and therefore it is the pupils responsibility to ensure their property is appropriately secured in that area 6 if children are not complying with these rules they may lose the right to bike to school.
visiting performers kahurangi pupils enjoyed the performance on monday of the kahurangi performance group click the door opened and we walked into the hall it was so quiet that you could nearly hear yourself think the hall is usually quite loud before a performance we found our seat and we waited quietly for the rest of milson school to enter the hall i could see people moving in the back room suddenly a man wearing a flax skirt came out and turned the speakers on and the music started the rest of the performers came out and they began to act out a story of a maori legend a second of the stories was about a princess and a man who wanted to marry a princess but she was already married so at night when the princess and her husband were asleep the man crept into their room and lifted up the covers and released his gas the princess was horrified and told her husband to go away the princess and the man then got married my favourite part of the show was the poi dance because they were all in time and they had lots of skills i enjoyed the performance and i hope to see something like that again by matthew younger room 8 milson pride empathy/excellence at school singing last week the following pupils were acknowledged for either showing great empathy or excellence these were nominated by teachers in each room alysha vilivili duran lowe kimberley bellamy jackson bremnergiles ihaia tanirau cailtin sheard cameron stevens jessica gill tyla bailey caitlin payne genna kurene tiras te whata jaziah symons winter vautier thomas woods and saraya reiri well done to these milson pride pupils.
other reminders and messages 1 parent teacher pupil conferences for selected year 1-3 pupils this is taking place today after school other parents please be aware that teachers will be busy with these from totara and rata teams 2 disco on friday 22nd june junior s 5.45 -7.15 pm senior s 7.30 9 pm doors open at 5.30 pm theme come in your brightest clothes cost $3.00 per person everyone will receive a drink and bag of chips if any parents are able to help on the night collecting money serving drinks and chips or cleaning up at the end please can you contact kate cresswell 35 71646 note it is expected other than those parents helping out parents/adults will leave during the senior disco however are welcome to stay during the junior disco if they wish other reminders no cellphones wanted no child will be able to leave after the disco unless collected from the school hall 3 ex-milson pupil success congratulations to jordan rosson-henare who has been selected for the u17 mixed nz touch team well done jordan we wish you all the best 4 food drive mufti day we will be running a mufti day on friday 22nd june to participate children need to bring a can or packet of food etc this is part of the town wide annual food appeal last year milson was able contribute over 300 items what can we do this year?
sports draws milson united junior football club draw for saturday 16th june milson united team opposition ground first kicks all stars 7th easigrass 8th watson integrity 9th dave younger electrical 10th fuji xerox 11th mixed marton wasps sayer industries ruahine pythons bye north end gary douglas engineering feildng pumas papaioea park mcgregor park 3 hokowhitu 6 mcgregor park 1 timona park 10 kick off 10.30 am 9.00 am 9.00 am 10.30 am 9.00 am hockey saturday 16th june team versus field time not available when going to print go to website ww.hockeymanawatu.org.nz basketball thursday 14th june team versus court time milson red linton ballroom court 3 3.45 pm milson red duty team ballroom court 3 4.25 pm milson blue newbury stormers b m court 4 5.05 pm th netball saturday 16 june team versus court time milson a west end tuis vautier 7 12 pm milson b winchester blue b&m c7 9.00 am
community notices buzz holiday programme the buzz holiday programme oscar approved for primary school years 16 an exciting full day programme 9am 4pm 2nd 6th july 2012 cost $25.50 per day all food included winz subsidies available to book your place and for more information t 063579411 e email@example.com or check out the website at www.thebuzz.org.nz te manawa school holiday programme 2-13 july we have a terrific range of fun activities for children aged 6-12 years themes include mosaics space delicious desserts winter crafts crazy super chef glitz glam and the ever popular chocolate as sessions run for three hours morning 9am noon and afternoon 1 4pm cost is only $18 a session for session information visit www.temanawa.co.nz to book contact te manawa reception 06 355 5000 gymnastics holiday programme a perfect way to try gymnastics and learn some new tricks to impress your friends activities include gymnastics trampolining dance and badminton catering to girls and boys of all abilities aged 5 15 in a safe and fully equipped gym with a sprung floor monday 2nd wednesday 4th july 9 am 12 noon manawatu gymsports 10 downing street pn cost $25 per session light snack included contact 3577065 or google manawatu gymsports to enrol online toolbox parenting groups courses in 3 age groups early years middle years and tween/teen start wednesday 1 august at crossroads church running for 6 wednesday evenings from 7.15 9.30pm these courses will enable you to build a great family team and have fun on the way course costs $67.50 individual or $90 couple but free places and subsidies are available for more information or to reserve a place email firstname.lastname@example.org or check out our
website theparentingplace.com the telephone number for crossroads is 06 3576677 russell street school supporters club presents wot to wear wot not to wear with suzie johnson thursday 21st june 2012 7pm speirs centre pnbhs tickets $25 incl supper glass of bubbles call/txt 021 510031 for tickets we are happy to deliver
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