Thursday 13 October 2016

3. School Notices - Week 1, Term 4 2016

Altar Servers
Saturday 15th October - Elenoa & Halalova Asi, Seth Sinclair, Lachlan Brookes and Max Fatafehi
Sunday 16th October - Michael Misiloi, Hana & Zara Davies and Molly-May Mestrom

Birthday Greetings to:
Mia Catalan-Gomez, Mariah Cunningham, Corbin Fraser, Lavina Ma, Ethan Rathgen, Patrick Spillane, Chloe Bartley, Lincoln Davison and Samuel McEvoy.

Any Yr 1-4 players interested in playing Superstar cricket, please let Mrs Souness know.  This will be played on a Saturday morning and is 8 aside using a plastic bag and ball.  Great for those wanting to start out.
All cricket starts Saturday 29th October.

Garden Club
A big thank you to Mitre 10 and their suppliers for the generous spring plants for the school garden.  Let us know if you have any gardening knowledge to share and come along to Garden Club on Thursdays at 2.00 pm.  For further information contact Bianca on 021 268 4063.

Scholastic Book Club
Orders for book club to be in by Friday 4th November.  This will be the last order for the year as the coordinator will be away for the next issue.

Subway Special
Subway are having a one off special and on Friday 28th October all school lunch orders will only cost $2.50. This only applies to the 6" rolls.

Summer Uniform
This term we are focusing on respect which is one of our key values.  Very very slight shifts can turn a respectful environment into a disrespectful environment.  We need to make sure we do the right thing at grassroots level to ensure respect drives all of our actions.  This is also means respect of our school uniform and for it to be worn with pride.

Girls Summer Uniform
-  Blue and red tartan pinafore
-  Blue and red tartan kilt - Yr 7 & 8 (optional)
-  Maroon school polar fleece
-  School jacket
-  White open neck short sleeve blouse
-  White sockettes - ankle length
-  Black leather shoes or Roman sandals without socks
-  Navy blue slouch or legionnaire style hat

Boys Summer Uniform
-  Maroon school polar fleece
-  School jacket
-  Grey summer shorts
-  Grey short sleeve shirt for Yrs 1-6
-  Grey short socks
-  Blue long sleeve shirt for Yr 7 & 8
-  Black leather shoes or Roman sandals without socks
-  Navy blue slouch or legionnaire style hat
· We are very proud of our uniform and expect the full school uniform to be worn at all times unless it is a PE
· Hair below the collar must be tied back.  Hair accessories should be plain and in keeping with the school      colours of red, blue or black.
· One pair of miniature plain studs or keepers may be worn in pierced ears
· Coloured nail polish must not be worn
· Cover-ups such as black/navy track pants and sport shoes may be worn on the field in the coldest months
· T-shirts under boy’s shirts should not be viewable
· Sneakers/trainers are not part of the school uniform unless they are worn with the PE uniform

All clothing, footwear etc. must be clearly marked in an obvious place with the owner’s name.  The school takes no responsibility for the loss of unnamed items.

 True JJ Role Models
In the holidays, Molly Whittaker (Yr 7) and Emily Hayman (Yr 8) spent a Sunday supporting the local Special Olympics by swimming alongside the swimmers in support of their effort.  A comment by one of the organisers (Sharon Bartley) had this to say:  "Thank you for the support, it was a great day and our athletes swam 1178 laps between them.  Having the support of the girls and other volunteers really kept them motivated and my son was aiming for 100 laps but ended up doing 300 so it was an awesome effort".  Well done girls on giving up your time and helping out a worthy cause.

Winter Sports Uniforms
There is still a number of uniforms and gear bags that have not been returned to school.  Please ensure this is done immediately thank you.  Also any gymnastic leotards to be returned as well.


We warmly welcome 8 new students to St Joseph's this week. Kaveinga Taufa, Fe'Ofa'Aki Tahitu'a, James Laming, Ava Harrower, Anelise Whiston, Jayda Meikle, Reuben Simpson (all new entrants) and Tavis Simpson (Yr 6).
Community Notices
  • Oamaru Volunteer Fire Station Open Day - held on Saturday 15th October from 11.00 am to 2.00 pm.  Free admission and everybody welcome.  There will be roof kit displays, fire safety advice, kids combat challenge, looking over fire trucks, fire safety demonstrations, sausage sizzle and plenty more.
  • Waitaki Recreation Centre - Classes in the Park every Monday night in November at Orana Park for fun and fitness to music. Caters for all ages and levels and is free.  Starts Monday 7th November.
  • Weston School Fireworks - held on Friday 4th November at 7.00 pm at the Weston Sports Domain, Weston.  A fantastic family night out.  Tickets cost $10 for adults and students Yr 9 +, primary school $5.00 and pre-schoolers are free. Tickets available from Weston School office, Brackens Print and TK Hire.
  • Claybird Shoot with Natalie Rooney - held on Friday 4th November at 2.00 pm at Omarama Golf Club.  Tickets available from Omarama school office.  For further information contact Omarama school on 03 438 9568.

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