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THIS WEEK’S MEMORY VERSE: Week 1

“The Lord is my Shepherd, I have all that I need”.  Psalm 23:1

TERMS AND HOLIDAYS:

  • Term 2 Ends      Friday        5th July 2019
  • Term 3 Starts    Monday 22nd July 2019

WELCOME BACK TO SCHOOL – AUTUMN IS HERE!

KAPAHAKA:

Congratulations to the Ropu Kapa Haka for a successful campaign.

“ Mena e kore te putake e makukunia e kore te rakau e tupu”

“Unless we water the plant the tree will never grow”

Fundraising:

Next Thursday Ice cream for sale large slice $2

A feast is made for laughter, wine maketh merry, but money answers everything”

NEW NOTICES:

KAIKOHE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL – PARENT BOARD OF TRUSTEES ELECTION:

Nominations are invited for the election of 3 parent representative to the board of trustees. A nomination form and a notice calling for nominations will be posted to all eligible voters. You can nominate another person to stand as a candidate, or you can nominate yourself.  Both parts of the form must be signed. Additional nomination forms can be obtained from the school office. Nominations close at noon on Friday 24th May 2019 and may be accompanied by a signed candidate statement and photograph. The voting roll is open for inspection at the school and can be viewed during normal school hours. There will also be a list of candidates’ names, as they come to hand, for inspection at the school.

Voting closes at noon on Friday 7th June 2019.Sareya Norman – Returning Officer

SHINE FOR GIRLS Yrs 7-8 (Kaikohe Campus) run by ladies from Kerikeri Baptist Church:

      

The Shine program has been created for teenage girls, to recognise they are in Christ and they themselves are of WORTH, have STRENGTH and a PURPOSE

The Shine program was developed through Hillsong Church, Australia and is run by volunteers. The 9-week program begins this week at Kaikohe Christian School. The girls will spend time looking in detail at the 3 values noted above i.e: self-worth, strength and purpose through discussions, small groups and experiential learning,  This week the topic is ‘I am Valuable’ (Worth) with biblical focus on Psalm 139.

A prayer request has been made from the female facilitators to pray for the girls and the voluntary adults throughout the duration of this programme (listed below) that:

  1. the girls are open and willing to share with us and the group
  2. the facilitators are consistent with attendance and reliable (fit and healthy)
  3. we provide a safe environment where the girls feel safe to share
  4. we come together in unity – Maori and Pakeha
  5. we have protection in the spiritual realm
  6. the girls have a realisation that scriptures can help and encourage them in the 21st century
  7. our God is a living God and cares for them individually

Regards, David Prickett

TERM 2 – YEAR 11 STUDENTS – SCIENCE & MATHS HOMEWORK RŌPŪ:  

On Wednesdays 3:30 -5 pm, beginning Term 2 Week 1, Theresia van Wingerden ( L1 Science teacher) and Yvonne Vujcich (L1 Maths Teacher) will be helping Year 11 students who wish to have further assistance with Science or Maths Homework and learning 1-1.  Students and whanau who are wanting to attend or to find out more, please contact Yvonne Vujcich 0274915218.                       Haere mai whanau – you are really welcome to come along too. We would begin with some milo and nutritious snacks at 3:20 – 3:30 pm before we get into the mahi.

MYANMAR OUTREACH MISSION VENTURE 2019:

Tena koutou whanau ma,

This is to formally announce our proposal to undertake an outreach/mission venture into Myanmar (formerly Burma) at the end of term three during the holiday break along with Celebration Church leadership and personnel. This opportunity will be open to students from Year 9 upwards and also to younger students if a parent travels with them. The Board has authorised me to initiate planning for this event and to get the ball rolling we are inviting families who have an interest in this to attend a meeting at school on Wednesday 8th May at 6:00pm in classroom S7. Blessings in Christ Jesus, David Rogers PRINCIPAL

Important info

Where:  Myanmar – Yangon (Southern area)

When:   September 28th to October 8th (return date to be confirmed)

Who: 

  • Church Leadership –  Pastor Mike and Allison Shaw            /      School leadership David Rogers
  • Members of Celebration Church
  • School students
  • School staff

Cost:    Depending on air-fares, possibly as high as $2000 per person

LEARNERS LICENCE:

If your child is due or overdue to sitting their license please encourage them to do so.

“One who rides on the back of another does not realise how far the town is”.

“It is only hard work that gets results”

SCHOOL CARPARK:  

Kia ora whanau ma. I would like to ask for your help to make our carpark a safer place for our students at the beginning and end of the day by making your drop-offs and pick-ups at the curb / footpath on the school side of the road. We are concerned because the carpark has become very busy at these times of the day and have had some close-calls. We do ask our children not to  walk through the carpark. Thank you for your help.  Nga mihi mahana.  David Rogers

SCHOOL ATTENDANCE:  

We are tracking attendance closely and rewarding classes with the highest percentage attendance of a three-week period.

A big thank you to all parents and caregivers in regards to attendance. We average 90% all term. Our biggest challenge is to keep this consistency through winter. Let’s do this.

  • A Reminder to Parents to phone the School Office every morning your child is absent from school, to advise the absence reason.
  • Please do not get offended if you receive a phone call or letter requesting reasons for student absence.
  • Failure to contact the school with the reason may result in your child being noted as ‘Truant’
  • If children are late arriving at school, they MUST sign in at the Front Office.
  • If they leave the School Grounds, during school time, they MUST sign out at the Front Office.

“He waka eke noa”

“Everyone working together”

SCHOOL UNIFORM:   

  • All students are expected to be dressed correctly; have a P/E Uniform and wear the correct school shoes.
  • Ear jewellery (girls only)
  • If they don’t have the right shoes or uniform on, they may be asked to go home.
  • Let’s work together to keep the standards.

Uniforms (available for order) at School Office: 

  • (New) School Black Anorak jackets (colour school logo) Warm for Winter $89.00
  • (Second-Hand) Uniforms – Various items / sizes (selling cheap)

Lost Property:

  • Lost uniform items –  Look in the lost property bin, near the washing machine & dryer, located in the Shaw’s Brick House Building at Kaikohe Campus.
  • Please ensure you name all your children’s items of clothing and stationery.

“Mena ko te hunga tika te rangatiratanga ka hari te Iwi”

“When the righteous are in authority the people rejoice”

PRIMARY READING BOOKS – BOOK AMNESTY:

Please have a hunt around at home to see if you have any school reading books hiding under beds or down the back of the couch. Each book is valued at $10 and we have many missing. This means our kids are missing out. Your help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. Mrs Rogers

SPORTS ACADEMY: 

Kia ora whanau the Sports Academy begins next Thursday & Friday 7 am

1 Corinthians 9-10

“Every athlete in training submits to strict discipline, in order to be crowned with a leaf that will not last; but we do it for one that will last forever”

BASKETBALL: Tuesday Nights at Northland College:  

  • Facilitated by Ward Davis
  • We have 3 confirmed teams and are hoping for 5-6 in total.
  • If interested in participating or watching –  we open up Tuesdays at 7 pm.

NETBALL: 

Whaea Veronica Allen will be training netball girls years 7-13, in preparation for the beginning of term 2. We are looking for managers and or coaches for teams so if this interests you, please do not hesitate to contact Whaea Michelle or Matua Te Rangi, at the School.

We have two teams competing, i.e. an Intermediate and a Senior team. The competition begins this Saturday and we are desperately in need of helpers for our coaches. Please contact the school asap.

Rep Trials:

  • Year 7-9 Monday 13th May 6 pm
  • Under 15 and Under 17 Tuesday 14th May 6 pm

Development of players:

  • Pre-season Tournament: Fast Five Twilight netball competition begins two weeks’ time $150 entry fee.
  • 4th May opening day 25-minute games
  • 11th May Competition begins
  • Kaikohe will be hosting a field day on the 4th August:  Year 7-8  /   Under 15, 17, 19,  /  Invitation Team
  • Finals on 14th September

Canteen: Kaikohe Christian School will be fundraising on week 2 , the 11th of May. We will require Whanau support.

Monthly hui 1st Wednesday of every month:  All agenda items must be tabled by the morning of the hui, as these are the only items that will be discussed

“Whaea te iti kahurangi mehemea e puohu koe me he maunga teitei”

“Seek the heights but if you should fall let it be to a loftier mountain”

       

ATHLETICS CLUB:

Athletics Club will be run by Mr Prickett:
  • Mondays 5.30 pm to 6.30 pm
  • Lindtvardt Park
  • Ages 10+

COMMUNITY NOTICES:

NATIONS BLESS ISRAEL COMBINED SERVICE 12 MAY 2019 7 PM HEART OF THE NORTH CELEBRATION CENTRE:

Joining in Love and Unity – Releasing a wave of worship & blessing across the Nation and around the world.  From the ends of the earth to Israel.

Host Church & Venue: 

Pastors Mike & Allison Shaw – Heart of the North Celebration Centre, 52 Mangakahia Road, Kaikohe

When:                              Mothers Day 12 May 2019 – 7 pm Combined Church Service

Enquiries:                        Jacqueline Te Huia 027 406 0868

2 FREE PARENTING PLACE SEMINARS 28 & 29 MAY 2019:

1) GROWING GREAT FAMILIES with John Cowan Tuesday 28 May 2019:

You can build your family the same way you build a house – with foundations of love and values, walls of boundaries and discipline and a roof of parental ‘mana’ to keep it all together.  The rewards are huge.

  • When:     Tuesday 28 May 2019 – 7 pm – 9 pm
  • Where:   Turner Centre
  • Cost:       Free
  • Light Refreshments provided
  • Sponsored by: Excite Church Kerikeri
  • For further information contact: ruth@excite.org.nz or phone 021 439 650

2) TRICKY TEENS with John Cowan Wednesday 29 May 2019:

A practical session where you’ll pick up a range of strategies to strengthen your relationship with your teenager and increase your confidence and effectiveness as a parent of a teen.

  • When:     Wednesday 29 May 2019 – 7 pm – 9 pm
  • Where:   Turner Centre, 43 Cobham Road, Kerikeri
  • Cost:       Free
  • Light Refreshments provided
  • Sponsored by: Excite Church Kerikeri
  • For further information contact: ruth@excite.org.nz or phone 021 439 650

RANGATAHI BUSINESS CHALLENGE WHANGAREI 28 – 30 MAY 2019 8.30 am – 2.30 pm daily

We are excited to kick off the 2019 Rangatahi Business Challenge series in Whangarei in May.

  • Whangarei Girls High School
  • Spaces are limited
  • Registrations contact details below

The Rangatahi Business Challenge is a fun and interactive 3-day programme for our year 9 – 11 tauira.  The series aims to encourage rangatahi to learn about business and enterprise, develop work-ready skills, and connect with local Māori entrepreneurs who are sharing their talents, passion and skills across Aotearoa and the world.

Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Natania Katene (Maori Outreach Coordinator) 0277 815 861      E: natania.katene@youngenterprise.org.nz

W: youngenterprise.org.nz

Young Enterprise Trust  PO Box 25 525, Wellington 6140

VACCINATIONS:

Northland DHB Public Health Unit.

With 28 cases of measles in Canterbury, and two new cases in Auckland, now is the perfect time to make sure your child is up to date with their immunisations against measles.Two doses of the MMR vaccine are needed for maximum protection. If you are not sure if your child is fully immunised, check in your Well Child book, or talk to the Practice Nurse at your usual General Practice.  If your child is unimmunised, or has received only one dose of MMR, they are at higher risk of contracting measles. Unimmunised children who are even only exposed to measles could face up to two weeks off school while they wait to see if measles develops, causing enormous disruption in families. Those who actually contract measles fare worse, as measles is a very unpleasant illness.  Make sure your child has had two MMRs. We suspect cases in Northland soon, so please don’t delay. You can find more information on our website – www.northlanddhb.org.nz

Dr. Simon Baker  BM, DipPaeds, DipObs, Dip Family Planning, MRCGP, MPH, FNZCPHM

Locum Medical Officer of Health  Northland District Health Board

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