Myross Bush School Newsletter
from the Principal
Find out more at www.myrossbush.school.nz Myross Bush hockey break-up last Wednesday at the turf. It was a fun day between adults and the kids.
Well its the last week of term and the whole school production is nearing its zenith! Put the tension of that alongside the ongoing saga of the America's Cup and itâ€™s just all go! A huge thank you to all the Mums who have helped get the 188 costumes ready and to the Dads who have had a hand in both creating the set and getting it down to the Civic tomorrow. Your willingness to assist with this rather large undertaking is instrumental in making our show a reality. With the commitment of time and effort that has gone into this production, as is the case every year, we expect all students to be there on the night for the one performance. This effort is an important part of the curriculum for this term and your child's participation is vital. Your support is also crucial and we look forward to seeing you all there supporting
Kia tu Pakari
not only your child, but the whole school in what is a real spectacle that showcases all our children. A couple of weeks ago I wrote about the efforts of our Year 5 and 6 rugby boys as they took on Makarewa. As I watch the battle that continues to unfold between Oracle USA and Emirates Team New Zealand I am reminded again of the fact that at the end of the day, no matter what the eventual outcome, the way you manage disappointment, adversity and irritating opponents, it is very similar to how we all have to manage everyday interactions and emotions. Every day, both at home and school, we work to equip and encourage those foundation values of courage, integrity, tolerance and fairness. I am reminded again of a quote from the Young Leaders day from last year which went something along the lines of "...be careful of your thoughts, because your
thoughts become words, be careful of your words because words become actions, be careful of your actions because actions build your character, be careful of your character because your character is what shapes your destiny! A reminder ALL STUDENTS are expected to be at school tomorrow for our final practice at the Civic. This includes all Enrich students. We will be taking our lunch to the Civic for the day so no heat ups. Enjoy tomorrow night. Celebrate with your child the work that has gone into another rewarding term at our school. Have a great term break! Regards Tim Lovelock Principal
From strong foundations we grow and stand tall together
Spring is here and even though they don’t last long, we’re loving the blossom trees.
Community Gladstone Tyres and Mags: Get the school rewarded - $5 back to the school on every tyre purchase - drop a copy of your invoice into the school. Baby Sitter Available: Katie Grant available for babysitting. Ex Myross Bush Student Year 10 at Southland Girls High, lives in district and enjoys children. Please contact me on 2304343 or 0278246366 Athletics Invercargill: First night – Wed 2 Oct 6pm St Pauls Athletics: Meet and greet – Sunday 22 Sep 1:30pm First practice night – Tues 24 Sep 6pm
School Notices Year 6 Camp: The information for the Year 6 Camp in Week 3 next term has come home with the students today. There are permission slips to be filled in for the students and also the parents who wish to join us as volunteers, also. We're asking for these to be returned by Friday, 18 October. The Disclosure forms sent home today need to be back by this Friday 10am. Please also note the dates of the Market Day on the first Friday of week 1. There is information about the stalls the children are wanting to hold and they would love to talk with you about the preparation needed over the holidays to make this a success. Thank you for your help with this fundraising effort. Lost Property: If there is anyone able to take home the lost property, wash it and take it to the op shop we would love to hear from you. For Sale: Size 6 new polo shirt $35. Available from the office. Always Looking For: Ice cream containers and egg cartons. If you have any spare just send them along to the office. Thank you. School Accounts: If these could be paid by tomorrow it would be appreciated. Thank you. Assembly Duty: No assembly this week.
Lost: One size 4 Pumpkin Patch orange boys hoodie. If it’s turned up at yours, we’d love to see it.
Sports: Miniball: MB Breakers v Otatara Flyers won 18-7 POD Adam Stevens MB Jazz v Donovan Diamonds lost 14-16 POD Tarrah Shirley MB Shooters v Waihopai Lost 14 - 6 POD Blake Condon MB Sharks v Otatara Lost but great game. POD Harriet Stevens Football: Summer Soccer Last call for players, in particular the 2001/2002 age group Cricket: Year 4/6 Cricket Do we have any more interested players Please let Bex know asap. Flipper Ball MB v Te Wharekura O Arowhenua lost 9 - 5 POD: Tarrah Shirley, Jackson Herrick No games this week, will start again in term 4.
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Lorneville Makarewa Pony Club: season starts on October 16th. If you are interested in joining there is information on our website- go to www.sportsground.co.nz or phone Helen Weir- 2304394. Our grounds are on McIvor Road opposite Anderson Park. New members welcome.
Our production is our final assembly for this term. No assembly this Friday. Have a safe and happy holiday
KAURI 8 (Mrs Polaschek and Mrs Lemin) The Kauri Kids are so excited about their first production! We are getting better at making big actions, listening to the music and knowing when to do the next move, and where to be on the stage. Whew! What a lot to think about! Thank you to the parents who have offered to help with taping the legs on the night. We are so excited about going to the theatre tomorrow. Please only send children to school in shoes they can manage to take on and off by themselves, as we take our shoes off multiple times a day. Today we are sending home a packet of reading books to read over the holidays. These don't need to come back to school until next term. Thank you and happy reading! RIMU 3 (Mrs Godby) We are all very excited about the production on Thursday night. We are working hard to refine our dance and singing. As we move into the holidays it is a great time to remind everyone about the need to maintain the gains we have made over the holidays. I will be sending home books for some children to read while others can go to the library to get more books. The class blog has a link to Study Ladder and other Maths Basic Facts games. Feel free to use these sites as much as you like. Have a great holiday and enjoy your precious family time together. Regards Natalie RATA 4 (Mrs Aurik) Thank you for sending along your child's black pants for the production. We appreciate your support with this. I am still looking for another couple of parents who can help get the children ready on production night. If you can come at six please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org). We had a dress rehearsal today and everyone looked fabulous. Have a restful and safe holiday. MIRO 5 (Mrs Kahukura) Wow. It is quite amazing that we have reached the end of another term. A big thank you to the parents for your support with homework, our new team teaching and help within the classroom. This is very much appreciated. Any parent help in the change room tomorrow night
would be fantastic. Have a safe and enjoyable break. Production thoughts from Miro: • I'm both nervous and excited at the same time. Hannah • I'm pretty nervous but excited because this is my first production and Mum and Dad will be there. I hope they notice me. Matthew • Production is really exciting but I'm really nervous too. Naomi • Miro will be absolutely awesome. I am so very proud of you all :) Mrs K MANUKA 6 (Mrs Carr) We are looking forward to the Production and sharing all our wonderful creativity with you! Thank you to everyone for all your support this term, we have had a fantastic hard-working term and deserve a well earned break! I hope you all have a sunshine filled family time and I'll see you all back refreshed and ready to rock into Term 4! Kind regards, Della Carr. TOTARA 7 (Miss Duncan) • ’m looking forward to the procduction tomorrow night because I reckon it will be heaps of fun. Jackson • I am looking forward to this year’s production because it’s my last year at Myross Bush and I am one of the Sneetches. Greer • I can’t wait till the production tomorrow because of the really cool costumes that the parents have made. And I am a main Sneetch so I am looking forward to being on the stage the whole time. Tarrah KOWHAI 2 (Mr Herring) This week has been so 'colourful' with all the production practicing going on. Props, costumes, scripts and dances - they are all on show and we are just about ready to go! We can't wait to show you the product of all our hard work. This week we've also been refining some of the work we've produced this term. You can see some of our writing, movies, animations and posters on our blogs. See you all tomorrow night!
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from the classroom
Week 9 Term 3
Updated 25 September 2013
26 Sept Thur
14 Mon (Wk 1) Term 4 begins
4 Mon Pet Day
Production - See you all tomorrow night 18 Fri Year 6 camp Market Day fundraising Family Bonfire Night details later 27 Sept Fri
Y6 Camp Parent Form Disclosure Form due back
Cricket in School details later
BP Challenge - details later
Dec 19 Term 4 ends
Last day Term 3
25 Oct 5 Southern Zone Soccer Tournament (postponement 29 Oct) 28 Oct Labour Day 29 Oct - 1 Nov Year 6 Borland Camp
Don’t forget... • No heat-ups tomorrow .A packed lunch and drink. Please check out the productio n reminder notice sent ho me with the newsletter today. • If you are going on Y6 send your Disclosure back by Friday