Tēnā koutou katoa,
Meet the Teacher
Thank you to everyone who attended 'Meet the Teacher' afternoons. It is important that we make those connections with our families early in the year. It was a shame about the weather so we didn't have the opportunity to mix and mingle with the planned picnic and pool opening. But the PTA are busy planning an 'American's Cup Celebration' for the community on Friday 19th March so watch this space...
A huge thank you to our PTA members; Andy and Cherry, and volunteer Ian for manning the Sausage Sizzle on Tuesday. The sausages were very popular and sold out in no time!
Alert Level 3 to Alert Level 2
It has been quite a week. I would like to thank our teachers, students and parents for their adaptability, flexibility and calmness. I was delighted to see everyone back at school today and I appreciate you following the guidelines for drop off and pick up at Alert Level 2. Hopefully, all will be back to normal early next week. If there are any worries or concerns please do let the teachers or myself know. We are here to help and support you as best as we can.
Please remember to send a drink bottle to school. We close the drinking fountains at Alert Level 2 and 3. We will ensure that good hygiene practices continue for your children.
Historical Pictures of Titirangi and the School
I was wondering if any of our families had historical pictures of the school or local area. In our newly refurbished office, I wanted to create a wall of pictures that reflect our local history. I have checked the school archives and we have a limited choice. If you have anything or suggestions please let me know. Thank you!
Thank you to all the families who are walking to school, parking in the village and church, and using the 2-minute drop-off zones correctly. I have had feedback from concerned parents and teachers who have noticed that people are waiting in the
drop-off zone longer than 2 minutes, which results in the roundabout exit being blocked.
I am asking parents to please adhere to the 2-minute rule so we can ensure the safety of everyone. Please be respectful of driveways if you are parking on Kohu Road.
If you notice unsafe driving or a road incident you can report it on the NZ police website. This is an effective way to report concerns.
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