Stationery List for 2017 - 13th Jan 2017

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Opening Arrangements for 2017 - 13th Jan 2017

 OPENING ARRANGEMENTS FOR 2017

Finalising Courses 

All year 12-13 students must get their 2017 courses approved by their Dean. 
This is happening Wednesday 25th and Thursday 26th January. 
Wednesday 25th – 9am – onwards.  Students with surname beginning with A - M.
Thurdsday 26th – 9am – onwards. Students with surnames beginning with N – Z.
We urge parents and caregivers to attend this meeting. 
We also ask students to bring their NCEA results.
 

Peer Support Training Call Back 

This is the call back day for all who trained at camp this year. Be at school by 9.30am on Monday 30 January and meet in the Library.
 

SCHOOL OPENING 

Friday 27th January: Teacher Only Day
 
Monday 30th January: Peer Support final training day (as above).
 
Tuesday 31st January:
school begins for Year 7 students and Peer Support leaders. Wear school uniform. 
 At 9.00am the new year 7 students and new staff will be welcomed into our school. Parents are also invited to attend this welcome. On their first day the year 7 students need to bring a pen and some paper, $10 for their logbook and their lunch. 
 A barbeque will be held at 2.00pm for the year 7 students and their parents. We encourage you all to attend. This is a great opportunity to meet other parents and the teachers of your children.
 
Wednesday 1st February: school begins for all students. 
Please remember to bring $10 for your log book, wear correct uniform and have all stationery ready for classes.
 

Buses

All school buses will be operational from Monday 30th January.
 

 

Milton School Reunion 2016 Photos - 26th Oct 2016

Tokomairiro District Celebrate 160 years of Education

This was a celebration of 160 years of formal education in the Tokomairiro District, including 50 years since Tokomairiro District High School split to Milton Primary School and Tokomairiro High School. 
The celebration started on Friday evening, with lots of reminiscing, and with shouts of delight when reunited with classmates and staff.
Milton Schools were open on Saturday morning, and many took advantage to have a look through at the changes since ‘their day.’  The formalities started at 1.30pm with a rousing waiata from THS kapa haka group, and songs from Milton Primary School choir.  The charming and entertaining former pupil and TV news presenter, Samantha Hayes, was MC.  Both current principals, Glenis Sim, and Tania McNamara spoke, and THS Head Prefects, Eliza Barrett and Kane Bassett.  Guest speakers were Sir Richard Hayes, who recounted his work, rescue, and adventure as a helicopter pilot; and former teacher Elizabeth Jack, nee Flett, gave a humorous account of life and work after her arrival in the district as a 21 year old.  Former THS teacher, Melva Bradshaw, and Milton Primary new entrant, Liv Schiller cut the cake made and decorated by Jennifer Bransgrove.  Plaques on original stones from the old stone school building were unveiled.  This was followed by the obligatory photos, in glorious sunshine.
At dinner at night, guest speaker Samantha Hayes spoke fondly about growing up in Milton and her path to reading the news on TV3’s News Hub.  The night ended with music and dancing to Wayne and the Good Old Boys or a quieter catch up at another venue.
For those with any energy left, there was a BBQ on Sunday at lunch time.  Judging by the comments on social media, a great time was had by all, and many were sorry they were not able to be part of a great weekend. 
Congratulations and thanks to the Committee for the effort and hard work which certainly paid off.   
 
 

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