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Principal's Message

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Deborah Hohneck - Principal

Kia ora tatou,

Welcome to the new Te Kauwhata College website, which is in the process of being rebuilt.
We are working to develop our own new look to our web site that reflects our current direction and core values. While we are engaged in this work, if you are experiencing difficulties in communicating with the college, or receiving information such as newsletters, please contact the school office directly by phone on 078263715, or by emailing admin@tkcoll.school.nz. Meanwhile our school portal to KAMAR remains fully functional.
We look forward to our website being updated and fully functional in the very near future.

Ngaa mihi nui

Announcements


The Māori Education Trust 2020 Scholarship Programme is now open and offers scholarships to Māori secondary school and tertiary students who meet the respective scholarship’s criteria.
 
The 2020 Secondary Scholarship Programme is made up of the following scholarships:
 
Year 9
·         Tī Maru Māori Trust Secondary Boarding Scholarship
·         Rose Hellaby Scholarship
 
Year 10 – 11
·         Māori Education Trust Year 10 and 11 Scholarship
 
Year 9 – 13
·         Sister Anne Henry Scholarship
·         Edward Carlton Holmes Memorial Scholarship
 
Year 12 – 13
·         RJ Graham Scholarship
 
Year 13
·         VW & LM Rosier Scholarship
·         Regina Rudland Memorial Scholarship
 
 
Applicants can download an application form from our site www.maorieducation.org.nz, or contact us and we will forward copies by email or post.
 
If you would like more information, please do not hesitate to contact the office on 04 586 7971, text 027 262 8046, or email info@maorieducation.org.nz.

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Government Schools Donation Scheme
  

 UPDATE
Following the Board of Trustees meeting on Wednesday 30 Oct, Te Kauwhata College has elected to join the Government Schools Donation Scheme for 2020. This will mean that the school receives $150 per student from the Government and parents and caregivers will not be requested to make donations (except in the case of overnight camps)
 
At the next meeting of the Te Kauwhata College Board of Trustees (Wednesday, 30 October), a decision will be made on whether to opt into the Government Donation Scheme for 2020. This will mean that the school receives $150.00 per student from the Government, and parents and caregivers will not be requested to make donations (except in the case of overnight camps). The $150.00 would be used to pay for costs currently paid by parents. The $150.00 will not be sufficient to meet all costs and the College will be looking at other fundraising to cover the shortfall.

If you have any questions or comments in relation to the Donation Scheme, you may send them through to the Board for discussion at the meeting or attend in person.
Please also let us know if you will be attending this meeting. 


Terri Taylor  

Board Secretary 
Email: terri.taylor@tkcoll.school.nz 

Community Consultation - Health Education  
 
This year Te Kauwhata College is conducting a community consultation of the Draft Delivery Statement for Health Education at the College. We would appreciate any feedback you have on Health Education at Te Kauwhata College. To participate in the survey please click on the link here.


Contact Us
Location: 50-64 Waerenga Road, Te Kauwhata, New Zealand
Email: admin@tkcoll.school.nz
Phone: (07) 826 3715

Term Dates
Term 1: Fri 1st Feb - Fri 12th Apr
Term 2: Mon 29th Apr - Fri 5th July
Term 3: Mon 22nd July - Fri 27th Sep
Term 4: Mon 14th Oct - Tue 10th Dec