Important information for return to school.
Ki ora e te whānau, Chromebooks (loan) - please return to the school As we return to the classroom, we aim to re-implement a stable classroom programme for the students in class. To make this happen, we ideally need to have the chromebooks that have been loaned to families returned to school for use in the classroom. Please, can you bring the chromebook and charger back to your classroom on your first day back. This will make a huge difference to the classroom as the children return. Please make use of the Ministry of Education Learning packs on the days that your child is not at school. If you have any questions, please contact - Mike Chatfiled - firstname.lastname@example.org
No parents/caregivers on the school grounds We are not able to have parents on the school grounds. If you have any reason to come to school during the day, please phone the school office and we will make the necessary arrangements. 09 8178346
025 Bus service Opou Road, to TPS to GEIS The 025 bus service will only operate on the following schedule Week 5 (this week) - Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Week 6-9 - Monday, Tuesday then Thursday, Friday. No Wednesday service as GEIS is not open on Wednesdays. Please contact the school office to register your child, and receive more detailed information. email@example.com
Drink Bottles Please send a named drink bottle to school each day your child attends.
Hats Hats are to be worn during Term 4 and Term 1. No caps, a wide full brim hat is required. School Hats can be purchased through Kindo https://shop.tgcl.co.nz/shop/index.html Yearbook for 2021: This year has been very different and as such has made the creation and collation of the school yearbook really difficult and the printing of a physical yearbook untenable. Our reasons for this are, by the time for printing cut-off: We only had limited content from the first half of the year We lacked end of year content to acknowledge the graduating year 6's We were unable to confirm yearbook ordering for the school community Our hope for the Yearbook for 2021 is: To bring together a digital yearbook This will have images from the events that occurred this year from across the school Classroom student pictures - from when we return Yr 6's Graduation Chapter - from when we return This yearbook would be viewable online to our school community and a downloadable version available for families to print if they would like to. There will be no cost to families to access this yearbook. This is all dependent on how the last few weeks of school come together - if everything is smooth sailing then we should be ok to publish online by the end of the school year. If you have any questions, please contact - Mike Chatfiled - firstname.lastname@example.org
Ngā mihi nui, thank you for all your support during this extended lockdown journey. Titirangi Leadership Team