Thursday, 19 November 2020

3. School Notices - Week 6, Term 4 2020

 QUOTE FOR THE DAY

Altar Servers

Sunday 22nd November - Lachie & Mikayla Criddle and Serah Staju
Saturday 21st November - Alexie Phillips and Indeg Jones-Hogan

Birthday Greetings to
Luse Asi and Stirling Heffernan

Buses
All the buses will be running till Friday 11th December and the Maheno, Tokarahi and Town buses will run to Wednesday 16th December.  If you live further south than Maheno, you are able to travel to Maheno and catch the bus from there.

Stolen Tennis Net
Last Sunday, some despicable low life people stole the black tennis net from our court which they had to cut down from the poles.  It was stolen between 4.30 pm and 7.00 pm. If anybody comes across any information regarding the missing net, please contact the school.

There has been quite vandalism to our netball and basketball courts during the last couple of years with trespasses coming in out of school hours and swinging on the hoops and bending them.  Again if anyone sees anything, please let the school know.

Athletic Trophies and Certificates
These will be presented at assembly next Friday at 2.15 pm.  Everyone is welcome to attend.

Bikes
The year 6 EOTC has a cycle activity planned for one of its days where they will be biking on part of the Alps to Ocean bike track.  Unfortunately they are short of a few bikes with gears and wondered if anyone was able to kindly lend them for the day and a practice run beforehand.  They would only be used during school time.  Please contact either the office or Mrs Streat.

Choir Luncheon
This luncheon is for all choir members on Thursday 26th November from 12.40 to 1.00 pm.  Please bring a gold coin donation to help cover costs.

Cricket - Friday 20th November
St Joseph's v Albion Brothers at SKC 1

House Sale Donation
Teagan O'Connell (mum of Ellie and Nilah Clark) from PGG Wrightson will donate $500 to our school if you sole list and sell your house with her before 31st May 2021.  Please see the flyer at the bottom of the page.

Library Books
All library books have to be returned to the box outside the office by Friday 27th November.

Lost Property
There is a huge amount of lost property in the foyer.  Please come and claim what is yours and if it is unnamed, your are welcome to take it. Any unclaimed items will be disposed of at the end of the year.

Mandarin Awards
These were presented to children from the Yr 4-8 classes at assembly last week in recognition of excellence learning in Mandarin. One child was selected from each class.

Excellence Learner
Yr 4/5 - Lincoln Mandiwona
Yr 5/6 - Kaycee-Mae Gibbins
Yr 7 - Lachlan Criddle
Yr 8 - Hannah Fowler

These children entered the 11th New Zealand Chinese Calligraphy Competition and were awarded the following awards:-
Second prize - Xanthe Clarke

Merit - Mariah Cunnigham, Jana Gulinao, Eli Herbst, Aaliyah Meikle, Niki Zeng, Indeg Jones-Hogan, Warren Pardede and King Melecio.


North Otago Athletics
All the children who have qualified for the North Otago Athletics on Monday have been notified.  Permission slips have been emailed and a hard copy given out to the children.  Please either email your reply or sign the paper version to confirm if your child is attending by tomorrow.

Reminders
Friday 20th - Technology for Yr 7 & 8
                   -  Assembly starts at 2.20 pm because of ice blocks been given from Fr Wayne
Saturday 21st - Hungry Horse Cafe Fundraiser
Monday 23rd - North Otago Athletics
Tuesday 24th - HPV visits for Yr 8 students
Thursday 26th - Choir Luncheon
                        - Intermediate Camp meeting at 6.00 pm

Scholastic Book Club
All book club orders are due in by Friday 27th November.

Community Notices
  • The Filipino Waitaki Incorporated presents "Kultura" - held on Saturday 5th December from 7.00 to 9.00 pm at the Oamaru Opera House.  Tickets costs $10.00 for an adult and $5.00 per child.  These can be purchased from the Oamaru Opera House. This is a variety show which is bigger, brighter and more fabulous.  Be entertained and captivated with rich and colourful Filipino culture, full of story, dances and music, amazing costumes and everything fascinating from the Filipino tradition.  


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