Tuesday 14 May 2019

Kauri Whānau Weekly Update: Term 2 Week 3

Another busy week in the Kauri Hub! We were proud of our children's attitude and efforts at the Zone Cross Country this morning. Congratulations to those who will go on the represent our zone at the Canterbury event later in the term. We are gearing up for our first dress rehearsal of ShowQuest tomorrow, Wednesday, afternoon. Please remind children to pack any costume requirements.


The Bingo Night is just four sleeps away. We have sold 80 tickets so far and would love to move some more. Please keep asking friends and family and it you are yet to book your tickets, get in now.

We are planning to raffle a grocery hamper on the night, but so far the contributions are rather light! We would like every family to contribute a luxury grocery item to this hamper. There is a collection box on our spotty table. Please send in your donation tomorrow or Thursday.

We also need to provide supper and require at least ten more offers of supper plates. These can be dropped off on Saturday afternoon or evening. Please indicate if you are help with providing a plate on this form.


Many thanks to everyone who has returned their ShowQuest reply slip or filled in this form. We are still waiting for 20 families to complete the form. Please do it tonight.

Dinner at ShowQuest:
We have asked Lucky's family to provide dinner. The children loved the food they sent out for us at camp. The Indian meal will include: vege jaffrani briyani (mild, gluten free, dairy free), chicken naan roll, Sai touch of spice bread pakora platter. If you do not think your child will eat this, please send along extra food for their dinner. We would like all children to bring a bowl and fork in a bag, for eating dinner.

Open Day / ShowQuest clash:
We realise that Villa and Girls High have open days when we are at ShowQuest. Our rehearsal slot is 10:30 - 11:00. Please email Nicky with arrangements to collect your child and drop them back, taking this rehearsal into account.

A few pics from Zone Cross Country...

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