Week 9 Newsletter, Term 3 2022
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Kia Ora Parents and Whanau and welcome to week 9.
This week we are very proud of our teams that are representing us. We have three EPRO8 teams representing Glenbrook School at the EPRO8 semi-finals. We have four teams representing Glenbrook School at Franklin Mathex. Next week we have four teams representing us at Franklin basketball. We love it when our students make the most of their opportunities.
This week our years 4-8 have been busy with end of term easttles in Reading and Mathematics. Some students are also involved in 1:1 maths and reading assessments. On Monday we celebrated and recognised all our amazing poets. Well done everyone for your wonderful poetry and creativity.
It is our annual Calf Club next Saturday. Our Calf Club Committee and PTA are extra busy with preparations. Remember if you can help in any way please contact Lizzie Yorke urgently: email@example.com We still needs lots of helpers. Calf Club posters will now be due on Tuesday 27th September. Scarecrows and herb gardens are due at 9am on Thursday 29th September. Any arrivals after the due time and date will not be judged. Each family is asked to donate a plate of home baking on Friday 30th September. These will be sold at our cake stall. We are also looking for donations for raffles, grocery items and items for our sweet stall.
It is with the greatest love and sadness that we announce that Mrs Sue Waitai and Mrs Jessica Simons and her beautiful whanau will be leaving us at the end of the year. Mrs Waitai currently lives in Waihi and will be returning to reside there permanently. Mrs Simons and her whanau are returning to Hamilton. I’m sure you will join me in acknowledging the huge positive and wonderful impact these two special ladies have made to our school and community. They will be well missed.
Board of Trustees
Last night was our first meeting with our new members. We started extra early so our Board could visit every classroom and see all the wonderful things that have been happening in our classes. Next week you will have an opportunity to visit inside all our classrooms when they open on Calf Club day. I hope you will take the time to come and see just how amazing our beautiful tamariki and kaiako are.
A reminder that school is closed on Monday. Below are some of the confirmed Term 4 dates.
Term 4 Dates
Glenbrook Athletics Y5-8 – October 27th
School Photos – October 28th
Roles and Responsibilities due November 14th
Group Day Athletics – November 16th
Akonui Hui – November 17th and 18th
Pie Day – November 26th
Year 8 Dance – December 6th
Year 8 Dinner – December 7th
End of Year Prizegiving – December 8th
Whanau Day – December 9th
Last day of School – December 12th. Finish at 12.00pm.
Have a great week Glenbrook community,
Ms Lysandra Stuart
Principal – Glenbrook School
Lead Principal – Waiuku Kahui Ako