I would like to express the pride the BOT, and Staff feel when our students represent our school with outstanding behaviour and accomplishments.

To our tamariki, teachers and parent help who performed so beautifully at last weeks Taiopenga, you were amazing.

To all of our students who represented our school in team sports, thank you for your dedication, commitment and behaviour. Mr Allen was so please to see the positive comment from a local business when our 1st XV rugby team had their break up.

To the year 9 – 10 and senior students who attended OPC. We had nothing but glowing reports.

To all of our students who have put their heads down this term and achieved their credits, goals or grades that they aspired to, well done. You are a credit to yourselves, your school, your family and your community.

Unfortunately, we have to farewell Whaea Jamie-Lee Caldwell who is taking a teaching position at Kuratau School at the beginning of term 4. Thank you for your contributions to our school. Whaea Louisa DeLange will be teaching in Room 10 until the end of the year. Whaea Louisa has been relieving in our school for the last 2 years.

Red Cross Op Shop

A huge thank you to the ladies from the Red Cross Op Shop for your generous donation to assist students at our school. We appreciate the voluntary work you do in our community.

REAP Funding

Tongariro School appreciate funding that we will receive from REAP to assist with our wellbeing programme. This will enable us to bring in a facilitator to workshop with the wellbeing student team and to further develop our wellbeing web page

Rohilesh Singh

It was incredible having Rohilesh Singh in our school to workshop with students, staff and whānau. If you would like to purchase one of his books you can order through the school cost $35.00 including freight.

Area Schools National Sports Tournament 2019

On Monday the 8th of July 9 students and I travelled to Rotorua to participate in the above. Students were members of the Central North Island Zone. All students were well behaved and committed to the sport/s they were involved in. Congratulations to Airon Reweti Clarke and Linda Nolan for being named in the New Zealand Areas School Netball team. To Erin Harrison Bryan and Linda Nolan for being named in the New Zealand Area Schools Volleyball team and James Rangi being named in the New Zealand Area Schools Basketball team. Our Central Zone also came out winners of the Tournament. Next year’s tournament will be in Dunedin where we are being hosted by the Bottom of the South Zone.

Pacific Student Leaders Programme

Cook Islands 2019 The Pacific Student Leaders programme is a week-long course starting 6th October 2019, that sees young people from across New Zealand and the Pacific Islands come together to develop their personal and team leaderships skills through fun, unique, hands on activities. – Our congratulations go to our deputy head girl Siadin Ellis for being selected for this course. Well done.

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