(Y9 AND Y10)PARENT/TEACHER EVENING
Reminder to all parents, parent/teacher evening is next Tuesday
evening 21st March 2006. This is for junior parents only and
interviews will start from 4pm and finish at 7pm. We look forward
to seeing you all there.
Homework centre will be open to all Rumaki Students every
Wednesday. This will commence from 3.30 and end at 5pm. However,
this Wednesday 15th March there will be a kapa haka ASB practice
from 3.30pm to 6.00pm.
Reminder to all parents. These are the up and coming times
for kapa haka ASB practices.
Wednesday 15th 3.30pm to 6.00pm
Thursday 16th Noho Marae, Friday 17th Noho Marae, Saturday
18th Noho Marae
Sun 19th Dress Rehearsal, 12pm.
Monday 20th Practice from 4-6pm
Tuesday 21st Noho Marae
Wednesday 22nd morning, students prepare to perform at 3pm
Wednesday 22nd Nga Puna o Waiorea perform at the ASB Polyfest
Wednesday 22nd evening, performing group return to school
at 7pm, the students are to be picked up from school and return
home for the night.
Thurs 23rd ASB Poly Fest Practice 3.30 6pm
Fri 24th ASB Poly Fest Noho Marae 3.30pm
Sat 25th ASB Poly Fest Performance (Day)
Arrangements for this day and evening are to be advised
Sun 26th Noho Marae Finishes at 10am, students must be picked
up from school to return home.
finalists groups will be announced on Friday 25th, therefore
all of the finalists groups will perform again on Saturday.
The organization of ASB has changed and is now planned very
similar to senior national kapa haka standards.
To all parents that are required to bring food for noho marae,
please ensure that the prepared food is at school by 3.30pm,
especially for Thursday and Friday practices.
Reminder to students: WORK SMARTER NOT HARDER.
He mihi tenei ki nga tauira ki roto i te roopu kapa haka o
Putahi. I waenga nga ra whakataa i haere te roopu nei ki te
Whakataetae ki Manu Ariki. Nareira he mihi kia koutou nga
tauira kia korua hoki Stan korua ko Lori. I tu kaha koutou
na reira he manawanui he kaha koutou katoa. To all the past
and present students, whanau and supporters who are affililiated
with the group we acknowledge your efforts and congratulate
you all for coming Fourth in the Intermediate section of the
Manu Ariki Competition. Students who traveled with the roopu
included; Ruka RangiMotutere, Maxito Breibiesca, Himiona
Kamira, Pounamu Te Waitangi Ohinemuri, Margaret Clarke, Ian
Clarke, Norbryn Vaiula. Ka mau te wehi koutou!
He mihi nui tenei ki nga maatua me ngaa tauira i haramai ki
te tautoko tenei hui matauranga. Ko te kaupapa nui ko NCEA.
Na reira ka nui te kaha a Ken Havill, Ruth Roberts ratou ko
Ivan Davis ki te haramai ki te whakamarama nga korero e pa
ana ki enei momo whakamatautau. Thank you to all parents and
students who attended the whanau hui held last week. Also
a special acknowledgement to Ken, Ruth and Ivan for sharing
the information regarding NCEA examinations.
The Rumaki jackets have been ordered for those who have handed
in their money and Bella Pomare has advised they should be
available to use at the ASB Polyfest.
car parking is the main fundraising event for the Rumaki.
There was an enormous effort made by the parents, students
and supporters of the Rumaki whanau. Thank you to the
many whanau members who arrived on Saturday to help with
this event. Thank you to all the students who helped in
the fields and at the front of the school.
$9,500.00 was raised on the day. Well done!! To everyone
look forward to seeing you all again next year!!
ora mai koutou i raro i te manaakitanga o te Runga Rawa.
you have any take please do not hesitate to contact
Pa Chris at kura, 846 8197 main , or DDI 815 - 6742
DEAN/TUMUAKI: Ng_ Puna o Waiorea
te Manu e kai i te miro, Nona te Ngahere
te Manu e kai i te Matauranga, Nona te Ao!
bird that eats of the miro berry survives in the forest
bird that partakes of knowledge owns the world
The students involved in the Rumaki Debating team are; Te
Kingi Koloamatangi and Briar Johanson . The team will be coached
by Pa Chris and Matua Neil. The team won their first debate
on Monday 8th at Kotuku, Rutherford College. Ka pai koutou.
The next game is next Monday 20th March at Kotuku, Rutherford
College. Team will depart school at 4pm.
Kia kaha to all SOFTBALL participants. Practices are held
on Tuesdays from 3.30 5.00pm. The teams are coached
by Matua James, Whaea Hana and Whaea Tracey.
On Wednesday 15th March the Auckland Secondary Schools Softball
Championship commences at 9am. This will be held at Rosedale
Park, Albany. Students will return to school by 3.30pm. A
detailed panui has been sent or given to students who are
involved in this sport. Students will need their own lunch
and $10.00 which goes towards their t-shirts.
Boys team: Sikana Ross, Te Ahu Manuel-Larkins, Daniel Watkinson,
Lifeimi Teu, Brad Watkinson, Shane Tumahai, Rawiri Jones,
Tamarangi Tolley, Ruka Rangi-Motutere, Patryck Edwards, Ian
Clarke, Patrick Chase. Coach: James Watkinson.
Girls team: Anahera Simon, Apii Cuthers, Margaret Clarke,
Delorae Mani, Sarah Tolley, Norbryn Vaiula, Lisa Carter, Moeawa
Tamanui-Fransen, Siobhan Russell, Onyx Ross, Paea Otunuku,
Darcy Korey, Ashleigh Tauariki, Jasmine. Coach: Whaea Hana.
A reminder to all parents, whose children are involved in
Waka Ama! A meeting has been called for Wednesday March 15th
and will commence at 6pm. Please meet in the marae. Please
ensure that someone from your family attends meeting if you
are unable to attend.
All the waka ama teams are practicing to attend the National
competition in Rotorua. The tournament is from 5th to 9th
Teams consist of the following students: Patrick Chase, Sikana
Ross, Lifeimi Teu, Bradley Watkinson, Blake Morunga, Ruka
Rangi-Motutere, Ian Clarke, Daniel Watkinson, Te Ahu Manuel-Larkins,
Rawiri Jones, Himiona Kamira, Siobhan Russell, Apii Cuthers,
Hera Tolley, Norbryn Vaiula, Margaret Clarke, and Pounamu
Te Waitangi Ohinemuri.