Newsletter No 25 – Wednesday 24th August 2016

Tēnā koutou ngā mātua o te kura – Dear Parents

Welcome to week five.

I am very proud of the effort that our students have put into training for the cross-country.  Unfortunately, with the change of date (which makes sense for our children) and is now Friday the 26th, it clashes with another event and I will be in Wellington.  I am disappointed to miss this event but acknowledge all the hard work that the staff have done to make this a successful day.  A notice was sent home to inform you of the fact that the cross-country will be at school (too many lambs being born near the racecourse) with refreshments available at the end.  I wish everyone well and will be taking the extra training for students who will be going to the inter-school cross-country.

A competition has been launched to promote the school production.  Students have been invited to design a poster with all the relevant details and the winner will be announced next Thursday.  Check and see if your child/ren have an artistic flair.

Please note that our trial of new bell times begins next week.  They are as follows:

8:50 am first bell as usual.

10:50 am bell for interval 11:10 am bell for the end of interval.

12:55 pm bell for lunch 1:50 pm bell for the end of lunch.

2:55 pm end of school.

Junior classes will be encouraged to take their brain food (a healthy snack) in class around 10:00 am to get them through to a later interval.  They will also have their fruit and milk when their teacher feels they need it during the day.

Good luck to all the cross-country runners and enjoy the rest of the week.

Kathi Harris

Principal

 

If your child has outgrown their uniform, please donate it to the school where it will be very much appreciated.

EVENTS COMING UP

Friday                   26th August                      Fun Run (School Cross Country)

Wednesday                 31st August               Fun Run Sponsorship Money due back at school

Thursday-Friday         1st-2nd September         Rooms 4, 6 & 7 Overnight Camp

Friday                             2nd September               KidsCan Mufti Day

Saturday-Tuesday     3rd-6th September         Pukeora Estate, W.E.T.A. Junior Art Awards Exhibition

Wednesday                 14th September                 NZEI Paid Union Meeting

Thursday                       22nd September               School production

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REMINDERS

Sausage Sizzle tomorrow. Orders can be made at the office.

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TERRACE SCHOOL CROSS COUNTRY

FRIDAY 26TH AUGUST @ TERRACE SCHOOL

1.20pm: all children inside. Teachers to record House and Year on arm in black or blue only. Pack up classroom.

1.30pm: all classes to assemble beside the junior playground, on the hall on the grass, in their year groups.

Seanne will keep the Years 0-3 in her class.

1.40pm: Year 8 – 3 laps and 1 lap of the field

1.45pm: Year 7 – as above

1.50pm: Year 6 – 3 laps

1.55pm: Year 5 – as above

2.00pm: Year 4 – 2 laps

2.05pm: Year 3 – 1 lap

2.10pm: Year 2

2.15pm: Year 0-1

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HEADLICE

We are experiencing a spring outbreak of head lice within our school.  Please check your child’s hair each week and treat if necessary. This will help minimise the problem.

If you would like a treatment pack, please contact the school office and we will be more than happy to help.

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SCHOOL PRODUCTION

Changes for the School Production ‘Terrace Through the Decades”. 

To accommodate families who live out of Waipukurau and those who work, the following changes are confirmed. The first performance will be Thursday 22nd September, evening show starting at 5:30 and finishing around 7:00 pm.  There will be an interval where tea/coffee and cake will be served for $5:00

The second performance will be Friday the 23rd at 12:00 finishing around 2:00 pm (coffee/tea and cake).

We will confirm details about drop off and pick up times in a separate newsletter closer to the time.

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READING AT HOME

We read mainly for enjoyment and information. There are so many books that there are books to suit everyone. As parents we are the first role models for our children and for them to see us reading not only shows them that we enjoy books but also gives them the idea to read too.

Going on-line or talking to librarians at the local libraries you can find books that will appeal to you. Books can open up a new world to you and your family.
Happy Reading everyone.

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MAORI IN THE MAINSTREAM

Here are some more examples of Kei hea. Have fun J

Kei hea a Amo? Where is Amo?
Kei waho a Amo. Amo is outside.
Kei waho a Amo i te ruma. Amo is outside the room.

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NEWS FROM THE DENTAL CLINIC

5 South Service Lane Waipukurau 8586725

Young children need help to brush their teeth properly, after breakfast and especially before bedtime.  Encourage them to brush their teeth first, and then help out by standing behind them with the child tipping their head back and looking up, and opening wide – you can then brush any plaque left behind, concentrating where their teeth and gums meet, and the biting surface of their molars.

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NETBALL DRAW

Terrace Blasters                vs         St Joseph’s CHB Rockets               CHB 4    10am     Yr 5 & 6

Terrace Titans                    vs        Waipukurau Gold                             CHB 1    9am       Yr 7 & 8

Terrace Raiders                 vs       Elsthorpe                                             CHB 2    10am     Yr 7 & 8

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UNUSED MOBILE PHONES

Calling all old Mobile Phones

 to help Sustainable Coastlines look after NZ’s coastlines and waterways.

After $2.5 million donated to the Starship Foundation from the sale of unwanted old mobile phones it is time for a new multi award winning NZ charity – Sustainable Coastlines to benefit from this scheme.

It would be great if you could rummage around in your drawers and toy boxes and bring into School any unwanted mobile phones you may have.

Please drop any unwanted mobile phones you may have in the collection box in the reception area at School.

Did you know that after rainfall 69% of NZ’s rivers are deemed unsafe for swimming due to contamination?

 

Newsletter No 24 – Wednesday 17th August 2016

Tēnā koutou ngā mātua o te kura – Dear Parents

Welcome to week four.

Please read this newsletter thoroughly as there are some changes you need to know about.

This week has been quite frantic.  We have been running our little feet off, learning to play squash, preparing for the literacy quiz, having two technology days instead of one to make up for the Onga 7’s and learning our songs for the production.

One major change coming up is the date of our fun run/cross-country.  We had it scheduled for the 24th of August but have decided to change it to Friday the 26th  so that students can leave having had a sausage and ice-block and head home for the week-end.  We do require parent helpers to walk the children to and from the venue, support them around the track and be on call in general.  Please contact their teacher if you can assist.  Please remember there is to be no smoking anywhere near this event.  The grandstand will also be closed off.  The ice-blocks are free from the Team Leaders but if your child would like a sausage they can be ordered at the office as usual ($2) and will be available at the end of the run at the racecourse.

Changes for the School Production ‘Terrace Through the Decades”. 

To accommodate families who live out of Waipukurau and those who work, we are planning the following changes (we are just waiting for confirmation from the college):

The first performance will be Thursday 22nd September, evening show starting at 5:30 and finishing around 7:00 pm.  There will be an interval where tea/coffee and cake will be served for $5:00

The second performance will be Friday the 23rd at 12:00 finishing around 2:00 pm (coffee/tea and cake).

We will confirm these dates/times and details about drop off and pick up times in a separate newsletter closer to the time.

With so much going on at school, there does tend to be interruptions to the learning programme.  We would like to address this issue by changing our bell times beginning on the 29th of August.  There will be no change to the first and last bell of the day so that working parents and children that catch buses will not be affected.

We wish to push out our morning learning (when students are at their most attentive) by introducing the following times.

8:50 am first bell as usual.

10:50 am bell for interval 11:10 am bell for the end of interval.

12:55 pm bell for lunch 1:50 pm bell for the end of lunch.

2:55 pm end of school.

Junior classes will be encouraged to take their brain food (a healthy snack) in class around 10:00 am to get them through to a later interval.  They will also have their fruit and milk when their teacher feels they need it during the day.

Kathi Harris

Principal

If your child has outgrown their uniform, please donate it to the school where it will be very much appreciated.

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EVENTS COMING UP

Friday                             26th August                         Fun Run (School Cross Country)

Wednesday                 31st August                          Fun Run Sponsorship Money due back at school

Thursday-Friday         1st-2nd September         Rooms 4, 6 & 7 Overnight Camp

Friday                             2nd September                  KidsCan Mufti Day

Saturday-Tuesday     3rd-6th September         Pukeora Estate, W.E.T.A. Junior Art Awards Exhibition

Friday                             23rd September               School production

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READING AT HOME

We are so lucky in Central Hawke’s Bay to have two amazing public libraries. One is on the main road through Waipawa and the other is in Kitchener Street in Waipukurau. Did you know that children can join free? It’s a great place to visit for all the family. The librarians are only too happy to help. Rather than spend money on buying books, if you haven’t already joined, then give the library a go. It’s a great way to invest in your child’s education.

Happy reading everyone.

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NEWS FROM THE DENTAL CLINIC

5 South Service Lane Waipukurau 8586725

If you are unable to keep your child’s dental appointment, it is VERY IMPORTANT that you telephone the clinic to let us know.

You can leave a message at any time.  Please give the reference number on your appointment sheet, or your child’s name and birthdate.

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RAFFLE

Netball New Zealand has kindly donated an official netball signed by the Silver Ferns which is being raffled. Tickets are $2 each, available from the office.

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ROBOTICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE HOLIDAY PROGRAMME

Digital Circus is running week long holiday programmes from 26th September to 10th October at Lindisfarne College from 9.00am to 3.00pm daily. There are four different courses running each week at a cost of $395 per week. For further information please see Miss Lancaster.

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FOOTBALL END OF SEASON

There will be an end of season wrap up on Saturday 20th August from 9.00am to 1.00pm. This will be followed by a fun time in the pool.  Details are on the notice board outside the office or queries to Sam Hutchinson 857 7350 or 02102393856

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NETBALL DRAW

Terrace Blasters                vs            Onga/Tiko                           CHB 3               9am       Yr 5 & 6

Terrace Titans                    vs            Pukehou School Saints  CHB 2                 9am       Yr 7 & 8

Terrace Raiders                 vs            Waipukurau Silver           CHB 1                 10am     Yr 7 & 8

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RUGBY DRAW

For all rugby draw’s please visit www.sporty.co.nz/chbjrc

 

Newsletter No 23 – Wednesday 10th August 2016

Tēnā koutou ngā mātua o te kura – Dear Parents

Well it’s definitely winter! The mountains look incredible from the back field.

Unfortunately, the cold snap put an end to the year 7/8 netball tournament in Napier and the year 5/6 tournament.  I have heard rumours that they are wishing to re-schedule but we’ll see.

Wonderful to see our athletes doing well at the Olympics.  By the time this newsletter gets to you I bet we will have more than two silver medals.  We are flying an Olympic flag during the Games and students are striving for excellence in their cross country training.

On Monday, some of our boys went to the radio station to record their voices for the haka.  The radio announcer said that they were the best he has ever recorded, so well done to them.

You will have noticed the article in the CHB mail written by the students of Room 8 and Miss Lancaster.  Kindly Unichem Pharmacy in Waipukurau have contacted us and asked if they could put on a raffle this Friday to raise money for our school to participate in further swimming lessons.  They will be dressing up in funny swimming outfits and raising money for us so please support them with your business.

Our production is coming along nicely.  Please keep an eye out for classroom newsletters as there will be requests for materials or costumes to support their acts.

Coming up this Friday the 12th, we have a mufti day/sausage sizzle/muffin day to fundraise for the middle school camp.  It’s a gold coin to wear mufti and then $2 to buy a sausage and $1 for a muffin.  Thank you for your support in this matter.

With so much going on this term, please pay close attention to the events coming up listed below.  We have a lot going on and a lot to remember.

If your child has outgrown their uniform, please donate it to the school where it will be very much appreciated.

Kathi Harris

Principal

Haka

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REMINDERS

Bus fees are due for term 3 and can be paid at the office. $20 per child or $40 per family. Only children who have paid will be able to catch the bus.

Sausage Sizzle tomorrow. Orders can be made at the office.

Book Club money due by 11th of August.  These can be handed into the school office.

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NEWS FROM THE DENTAL CLINIC

5 South Service Lane Waipukurau 8586725

Sometimes it can be hard to get other adults around your child to respect your child’s right to have a healthy mouth.  Please remind them that what they think is a special treat for the child (eg lollies, fizzy, juice, biscuits etc) can cause tooth decay and pain.  Chat to them about other ways they can give your child a treat.

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   MAORI IN THE MAINSTREAM

                                                            

This is a follow on from Week 1. The purpose is to have a series of short sentences that we can use every day with our tamariki.

aha what He aha tēnei? (What’s this?)
E kimi ana ia ki te aha? (What’s he searching for?)
Kei te aha ia? (What is she doing?)
Hei aha tēnei? (For what purpose is this?)
hea where Kei hea tōku waka? (Where is my waka?)
Ka haere ia ki hea? (To where is he going?)
Kua hoki mai koe i hea? (From where have you returned?)
nō hea where from   Nō hea koe? (Where are you from?)

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NETBALL DRAW

Terrace Blasters   vs                            Takapau School Rubies                       CHB 3                     10am      Yr 5 & 6

Terrace Titans       vs                            Onga/Tiko Swifts                                  CHB 4                     11am      Yr 7 & 8

Terrace Raiders    vs                            Waipukurau Silver 1                            CHB 2                     10am      Yr 7 & 8

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RUGBY DRAW

For all rugby draw’s please visit www.sporty.co.nz/chbjrc

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SHARING BOOKS AT HOME WITH YOUR CHILD

READING AT HOME:

Every year there are newly published children’s books that have been written by New Zealander’s that are nominated for the New Zealand Book Awards. The finalists for this year are:-

Picture Book Finalists

Allis the Little Tractor by Sophie Spiers

Finding Monkey Moon by Elizabeth Pulford

Haka by Patricia Grace

The House on the Hill by Kyle Mewburn

The Little Kiwi’s Matariki by Nikki Slade Robinson

Junior Fiction Finalists

Enemy Camp by David Hill

From the Cutting Room of Barney Kettle by Kate De Goldi

Lily Max: Satin, Scissors, Frock by Jane Bloomfield

The Bold Ship Phenomenal by Sarah Johnson

The Girl Who Rode the Wind by Stacy Gregg

Young Adult Fiction Finalists

Battlesaurus: Rampage at Waterloo by Brian Falkner

Being Magdalene by Fleur Beale

Hucking Cody by Aaron Topp

Lullaby by Bernard Beckett

Sylvie the Second by Kaeli Baker

Non Fiction Finalists

ANZAC Heroes by Maria Gill

Changing Times by Bob Kerr

See What I Can See by Gregory O’Brien

The Beginner’s Guide to Adventure Sport in New Zealand by Steve Gurney

Whose Beak is This? By Gillian Candler

Illustration Finalists

Changing Times illustrated by Bob Kerr

Finding Monkey Moon illustrated by Kate Wilkinson

Hush, a Kiwi Lullaby illustrated by Andrew Burdan

Much Ado about Shakespeare illustrated by Donovan Bixley

The House on the Hill illustrated by Sarah Davis

Te Reo Maori Finalists

Tamanui te Kōkako Mōrehu o Taranaki by Rebecca Beyer and Linley Wellington

Te Hua Tuatahi a Kuwi by Kat Mereweather

Whiti te Rā! By Patricia Grace

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WILD WEST HOEDOWN

With great regret we have had to postpone our Hoedown till term 4. Thank you to those of you who have already purchased tickets, we will be in touch with you direct.

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Newsletter No 22 – Wednesday 3rd August 2016

Tēnā koutou ngā mātua o te kura – Dear Parents

I would like to begin by extending a heartfelt thank you to Brett Stevenson for donating feijoa trees to the school, collecting mulch to feed them and then digging them in on Saturday with Pauline Signal.  They look fantastic.

We are cross-country training around the school at the moment and are ready to begin practicing down at the racecourse again.  This means that the children will walk to the racecourse and run around the track trying to beat their distance each time.  Shoes must be worn to the racecourse.  We would love parents to come and support their child on the 24th of August once again at the racecourse.  There will be places to stand so that you can see and support your child.  There is to be absolutely no smoking anywhere near this event.

With so much going on this term, please pay close attention to the events coming up listed below.  We have a lot going on and a lot to remember.

Please when picking up your children from school, do not double-park as children are tempted to cross in front of cars to get to you.

If your child has outgrown their uniform, please donate it to the school where it will be very much appreciated.

Kathi Harris

Principal

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EVENTS COMING UP

Friday                     5th   August                  Yr 7 & 8 Hawkes Bay Netball Tournament

Tuesday                  9th   August                 Yr 5 & 6 Hawkes Bay Netball Tournament

Wednesday             10th August                 Ongaonga 7-A-Side

Wednesday             10th August                 Central Hawke’s Bay College Open Evening

Thursday                 11th August                  Lucky Book Club due

Saturday                 13th August                 Wild West Hoedown School Fundraiser

Wednesday             24th August                 Fun Run (School Cross Country)

Wednesday             31st August                  Fun Run Sponsorship Money due back at school

Thursday-Friday     1st-2nd September     Rooms 4, 6 & 7 Overnight Camp

Friday                     2nd September             KidsCan Mufti Day

Saturday-Tuesday   3rd-6th September     Pukeora Estate W.E.T.A. Junior Art Awards Exhibition

Friday                     23rd September          School production

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REMINDERS

 

Bus fees are due for term 3 and can be paid at the office. $20 per child or $40 per family.

Fish & Chips tomorrow. Orders can be made at the office.

Book Club money due by 11th of August.  These can be handed into the school office.

Book Club money due by 11th of August.  These can be handed into the school office.

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SPORTS INFORMATION

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NETBALL DRAW

Terrace Blasters                vs                            Flemington Flames          CHB 3                    10am     Yr 5 & 6

Terrace Titans                    vs                            Onga/Tiko Swifts              CHB 4                    11am     Yr 7 & 8

Terrace Raiders                 vs                            Waipukurau Sliver           CHB 2                    10am     Yr 7 & 8

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RUGBY DRAW

For all rugby draw’s please visit www.sporty.co.nz/chbjrc

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 SHARING BOOKS AT HOME WITH YOUR CHILD

 This week we are looking at books that 11 year olds and over will enjoy.

Michael Morpurgo Books

Jacqueline Wilson Books

Over the Line by Tom Parker

Aubrey and the Terrible Yoot by Horatio Clare

The Bone Sparrow by Zana Fraillon

Voyage to Magical North by Claire Fayer

The house on March Lane by Michelle Biscombe

Mind Winter by Steve Cole

Spitfire by Tom Palmer

Sniper by Chris Bradford

Sandrider by Angie Sage

Girl on Line by Zoe Sugg

The Crooked Sixpence by Jennifer Bill

Sunny Side by Holly Smale

The Andy Griffiths Books

Harry Potter Books

David Williams Books

Geronime Stilton Books

Happy reading everyone.

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WILD WEST HOEDOWN

 This is our biggest fundraiser yet, come on get behind it and let’s go and have some fun fun fun!

Menu: Roast Beef, Roast Chicken, Confit Pork Belly, Gourmet Roast Potatoes, Green Salad, Crunchy Asian Salad + Cake and Cream.

Transport: Gold Coin Donation, pick up from The Terrace School at 5.45pm and CHB Collage at 6.00pm
Return trip will be at 10.30 and 11.30

BYO: All drinks, soft drink or alcoholic

 

Wild West

 

Newsletter No 21 – Wednesday 27th July 2016

Tēnā koutou ngā mātua o te kura – Dear Parents

Welcome back.

We have a very busy term coming up.  Firstly students will be asked to set personal and academic goals alongside their teachers, to raise their achievement in school.

Our Production is on the last day of term (loads of singing, dancing and history telling) as we celebrate our school turning 60.

We have Ongaonga 7 aside with an Olympic twist on the 10th of August.  Some of our students will be dressed as Olympic athletes for the opening ceremony.

Our wonderful parents have organised a “Wild West Hoedown” to fundraise for the school.  Please support this event, use it as an opportunity to dress up and let your hair down.

We are also gearing up to complete our fun run which is the build up to the inter-school cross-country. The fun run (aiming for the 24th of August) doubles as a fundraiser (you may remember we trialled this last year) students are sponsored to run and receive awesome prizes along the way.

The literacy quiz is coming up.  We have just purchased New Zealand Book award picture books and chapter books to get the imagination going.  If your child is a year four or older, they may be invited to participate in this event.  I will be taking as many sessions as I can to discuss books and stories with students and generally share the enjoyment of storytelling.

On the 1st and 2nd of September rooms 4, 6 and 7 have their overnight stay and double days of activities.

A reminder that bus fees are now due for this term.  Week one is a time of grace to get these fees paid so that your child can travel on the bus.  As families now contribute to the cost of running the bus, good behaviour is compulsory.

With the cooler weather it is tempting to allow non-uniform to creep back in.  Please ensure your child is wearing the correct uniform.  Usually we have plenty of second hand uniform in the office but with clothing given out on a regular basis we are running out.  If your child has outgrown their uniform, please donate it to the school where it will be very much appreciated.

Kathi Harris

Principal

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EVENTS COMING UP

Friday                     5th   August                  Yr 7 & 8 Hawkes Bay Netball Tournament

Tuesday                  9th   August                 Yr 5 & 6 Hawkes Bay Netball Tournament

Wednesday             10th August                 Ongaonga 7-A-Side

Wednesday             10th August                 Central Hawke’s Bay College Open Evening

Saturday                 13th August                 Wild West Hoedown School fundraiser

Wednesday             24th August                 Fun Run (School Cross Country)

Thursday-Friday     1st-2nd September     Rooms 4, 6 & 7 Overnight Camp

Saturday-Tuesday   3rd-6th September     Pukeora Estate W.E.T.A. Junior Art Awards         Exhibition

Friday                     23rd September          School production

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REMINDERS

Bus fees are due for term 3 and can be paid at the office. $20 per child or $40 per family.

Sausage Sizzle tomorrow. Orders can be made at the office.

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CALLING ALL SPORTY PARENTS/WHANAU

We have one of our favourite events in the school calendar coming up.  The Ongaonga 7-A-Side tournament is set down for Wednesday the 10th of August.  It involves multiple sports and is for years 4-8 students.  That means I need coaches for Junior rugby, Senior rugby, Hockey, Junior soccer, Senior soccer, Junior netball and Senior netball.  Please let the office know if you are able to coach leading up to the tournament and during the day.

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SHARING BOOKS AT HOME WITH YOUR CHILD

Reading at home:

This week we look at books that 9 to 11 year olds will enjoy.

    • The Wolves of Willoughby Chase
    • Skellig
    • Carrie’s War
    • Artemis Fowl series
    • Captain Underpants series
    • Millions
    • Roald Dahl series
    • Flour Babies
    • Morris Gleitzman series
    • Tintin series
    • Journey to the River Sea
    • Stig of the dump
    • C.S. Lewis series
    • Goodnight Mister Tom
    • Private Peaceful
    • A Monster Calls
    • The Borrowers series
    • Truckers
    • Swallows and Amazons
    • Harry Potter series
    • Holes
    • The Little Prince
    • The Hobbit
    • Jacqueline Wilson series

And of course the classics such as Black Beauty, Around the World in 80 Days, Gulliver Travels, Tom Sawyer etc.

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MAORI IN THE MAINSTREAM

Week 1: Term 3 Over the next 9 weeks of this term I will post sentences that use wai, hea, aha (who, where, what).

To request information, you can use – wai, hea, aha (who, where, what) etc.

    English                  Example
wai        who             Ko wai koe? (Who are you?)
Ko wai te ingoa o tērā wahine? (What’s the name of that woman?)
I hoatu koe i te koha ki a wai? (To whom did you give the koha?)

Ko wai – who

Ko wai koe? (Who are you?)
Ko Tāne au. (I’m Tane).

Ko wai ngā tāngata e tū rā? (Who are the people standing there?)
Ko ngā hoa o tōu whaea rātou. (They are your mother’s friends.)

Ko wai te ingoa o tōu tuahine? (What’s your sister’s name?)
Ko Eugénie ia. (She is Eugénie).

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WILD WEST HOEDOWN

This is our biggest fundraiser yet, come on get behind it and let’s go and have some fun fun fun!

Menu: Roast Beef, Roast Chicken, Confit Pork Belly, Gourmet Roast Potatoes, Green Salad, Crunchy Asian Salad + Cake and Cream.

Transport: Gold Coin Donation, pick up from The Terrace School at 5.45pm and CHB Collage at 6.00pm
Return trip will be at 10.30 and 11.30

BYO: All drinks, soft drink or alcoholic

All tickets paid before 1st August go in the draw to win purchase price back. (1 person will be drawn 1st August to win $50 back)

Wild West

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SPORTS INFORMATION

Titan’s Netball Training will be on Wednesday afternoons from 3-4.

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NETBALL DRAW

We are on netball duty this Saturday 30th July. So if everyone could be down at the court to help setup again by 8.15am that would be brilliant.

Terrace Blasters                vs            Waipawa Magic             CHB 4                    10am     Yr 5 & 6

Terrace Titans                    vs            Waipawa Pulse             CHB 2                    9am       Yr 7 & 8

Terrace Raiders                 vs            Elsthorpe                        CHB 2                    10am     Yr 7 & 8

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RUGBY DRAW

For all rugby draw’s please visit www.sporty.co.nz/chbjrc

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ONGAONGA 7-A-SIDE

Can we have all entries& money in by Friday the 29th of July Please.

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INDOOR HOCKEY

Indoor hockey has started. With the full draw still to come. Games are played on a Tuesday.

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Healthy Lunch Menu: Term 3

Wednesday, Friday: $3 per meal

Thursday every second week $2.00 Sausage Sizzle

Thursday: ex Blondies – Price as Listed

Wednesday Thursday Friday
Week 1 Toasted Sammies and Yoghurt Sausage Sizzle$2 each Combination (chicken or ham) Fried rice
Week 2 Toasted Sammies and Yoghurt Fish   $3Hot Dog  $2.50Sausage  $2.50Chips   ½ sc  $21 sc  $3 Pita Pocket Nacho’s with salsa
Week 3 Toasted Sammies and Yoghurt Sausage Sizzle$2 each Chicken Wraps and Baking
Week 4 Toasted Sammies and Yoghurt Fish   $3Hot Dog  $2.50Sausage  $2.50Chips   ½ sc  $21 sc  $3 Lasagne and Coleslaw
Week 5 Toasted Sammies and Yoghurt Sausage Sizzle$2 each Homemade hamburgers
Week 6 Toasted Sammies and Yoghurt Fish   $3Hot Dog  $2.50Sausage  $2.50Chips   ½ sc  $21 sc  $3 Combination (chicken or ham) Fried rice
Week 7 Toasted Sammies and Yoghurt Sausage Sizzle$2 each Pita Pocket Nacho’s with salsa
Week 8 Toasted Sammies and Yoghurt Fish   $3Hot Dog  $2.50Sausage  $2.50Chips   ½ sc  $21 sc  $3 Chicken Wraps and Baking
Week 9 Toasted Sammies and Yoghurt Sausage Sizzle$2 each NO LUNCHES