5 November 2021

Community Update

Ma te rongoa araimate….Tui Puipuia Mai le Koviti Huhu Malu’i mei he Vailasi Teletaa′Vaccinate!
Ma te rongoa araimate ka whiwhi oranga koe.

Ma te rongoa araimate ka kore e herea e koe.

Ma te rongoa araimate ka ora koe.

Tikina atu kia rua ngā rongoa araimate.

Tui ia Ōla

Tui ia Sa’oloto

Tui mo le Soifua Lāulelei

Tui uma le Lua

Huhu malu’i  keke mo’ui, 

Huhu malu’i keke tau’atāina, 

Huhu malu’i keke pau’ia,

Ko ia ai, fakahoko fakatou’osi ho ongo huhu malu’i′.

Vaccinate to Live

Vaccinate to be Free

Vaccinate for Wellbeing

Do both your vaccinations.

 

Thanks to those of you who joined the Question and Answer session on zoom with the health professionals last night. This is part of engaging our students and community with information to protect against Covid19 and the Delta variant. I hope you found it helpful.

 

We are still preparing for a return to school on the week starting Monday 15 November. You will be informed of any changes to our Level 3 guidelines. We will put things in place to make sure our school is safe for students and staff to return.

 

The office is putting together a vaccination register for staff and for our twelve years and over. Thanks for your co-operation. Full vaccination is required for staff, parents, contract workers and visitors to be at school.

 

The Deputy Principals are putting together classes for next year. Talk with Mrs Tuaopepe if your child is in Year 1 to Year 4, and to Mr Lemanu if your child is in Year 5 to Year 8 if you wish some relationships to continue or discouraged.

 

Our end-of-year assessments continue next week and it is great to see more students at school sit these tests.

If you do not have the space and good wifi connection at home, please send your child to school.

 

Stay safe, stay well and vaccinate for a great family Christmas and New Year.

Fa’atili Iosua Esera

Pulea’oga/Puleako/Tumuaki/Principal

Master of Education [Merit]