Tel: 03 451 1444

Location

Date: 20th September 2018

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                            Dear Parents & Caregivers

Senior Camp News

Thank you to all the parents who made our camp an amazing experience for the students, without volunteer help and parent support we could not provide the experience.

Assembly

School Assemblies will usually be held on Fridays at 2:10pm.

Students share their work and join in singing worship songs as well as songs for fun. Please feel free to come and join us.

Next Board of Trustees Meeting

Thursday 27 September @6pm. All welcome.

Education Review Office

The latest report can be viewed http://www.ero.govt.nz/review-reports/kingsview-school-30-08-2018/

 

The School Day

Arrival at school                                          8.30am

Class begins                                                 8.45am

Morning Interval 10.30am-10.50am

Lunch                                                            12.30pm-1.15pm

Children leave the School                          2.50pm

Please sign in at reception if you arrive late, or need to pick your child up during the school day.

If your child is being picked up by someone else during the day or at the end of the day please let your child’s teacher know.

Term Dates for 2018

Term 3, 23 July 2018 – 28 September 2018

Term 4, 15 October 2018 – 20 December 2018

 

Term Dates for 2019

2019 Possible dates

Term 1

Mon 4th Feb – Fri 12th April. (10 week)

Term 2

Mon 29th April – Fri 5th July. (10 weeks)

Term 3

Mon 22nd July – Fri 27th September. (10 weeks)

Term 4

Mon 14th Oct – Thurs 19th Dec. ( 9 weeks, 4 days)  These need to be approved by the Board and are tentatives dates at this stage.

School Uniform

Schooltex School uniform items are available online www.thewarehouse.co.nz/c/schools and search for KingsView School.

Ski Payments

Thank you to the families who have already paid for the school skiing programme if you have not yet paid the amount is $145.00 per child payable to the Kingsview School account. 123405 0033322 00

The Coronet Camp fee will be invoiced next week @$150.00 per child.

Term 4

Starting from week 1 in term 4 the students will have a specialist PE teaching running a PE program every Tuesday. This will be split into 3 blocks with the juniors before morning tea, the middlers in the block before lunch and the seniors after lunch.  Alex Moore is the teachers name and he presently runs a similar program at the Remarkables Primary School for 3 days a week.

Community Notices

Remarkables Runners & Queenstown Athletic Club

AGM Thursday 27 september @ 8pm

Queenstown Lakes Family Centre

16 McBride St

Frankton, Queenstown

athletics@remarkablerunners.co.nz

 

Young Picasso Art Classes

Term 4 Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 3.30-5pm

Email: youngpicassos@hotmail.com

0223641127

 

Battle of the Basin

Wednesday 26 September 2018

Sign up on line https://ww.snowsports.co.nz/calendar-and-results/2018-events-calendar-and-registrations/coronet-peak-battle-of-the-basin-2/

QAST 4428182

 

Shotover Jet Christmas Show

AUDITIONS – QUEENSTOWN CHRISTMAS SHOW – 30TH OF SEPTEMBER – QUEENSTOWN PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE

This will be an open group audition.     

Ages 8-11; 10am – 12pm

Ages 12-16;  1-3pm

We are looking for:

3 X Child leads – Primary School age

3 X Teen leads – Highschool Age (13-16 yrs)

10 X Children’s Ensemble

You must be able to sing solo and are not afraid to dance and act small parts.  We are looking for good stage presence, positive attitude, able to get along in a group and enjoy having fun!

This year our Community Christmas Show will focus on the outstanding contributions of community service organisations in our Wakatipu district.  Using a endearing storyline and some unique characters we will explore the ways our community excels in giving – the true meaning of Christmas. If you would like to be involved in this annual celebration and you enjoy being on-stage, please contact:  qtxmasstars@gmail.com

 

Let’s talk about Frankton!

What would make Frankton a great place to live, work and play? The Frankton Masterplan community conversation has now started and QLDC want to understand what residents want out of Frankton now and in years to come. The Masterplan will take a holistic view of Frankton and consider options to ensure it remains liveable now and in the future.  It will also include a preferred programme of transport improvements to ensure good access both to and through Frankton.

QLDC is teaming up with Shaping our Future and the Frankton Community Association to facilitate a Community Forum on the Frankton Masterplan. Come and join us on Tuesday 25 September at 7.00pm at Remarkables Primary School Hall, 49 Lake Avenue, Frankton.

RSVP to www.shapingourfuture.org.nz/action/frankton-masterplan/

Your ideas and insights are a critical part of the process. Share your views from 10 September-5 October and help shape a vision to guide and Frankton Masterplan process. Jump online today and answer 3 quick questions www.qldc.govt.nz/frankton-masterplan

Tessa Payze  | Communications Coordinator  | Chief Executive’s Office

Queenstown Lakes District Council

P: +64 3 450 9108  M: 022 1700 231

E: tessa.payze@qldc.govt.nz

Mike Stanley

Principal

KingsView School   

 

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