Clinics for students will now be Monday and Thursday Lunchtimes. The Doctor will be in attendance on Mondays.
Students can simply turn up or book a time through the office.
If students need to be seen outside of these times then an arrangement will be made be- tween the office and Health Reporoa, especially in morning clinics. Contact by must be made with the school before sending students down.
A few internal changes have also taken place in the office following the retirement of Lauren Blyth at the end of 2019. Sue is now in accounts - any queries regarding your child’s school account, fees or finance contact Sue on xtn 818.
Kirsten remains as the Principal’s PA and student receptionist. All attendance matters and student queries can be dealt with by Kirsten on xtn 801.
Carey is now in visitor reception and is continuing her careers advisors role. Students and whānau are welcome to make an appointment with Carey on xtn 823.
The canteen is open before school, interval and lunch, cash and eftpos available Please remember the school values when using the canteen. The new lady at the counter is Gina for those of you who don’t know her.
The Reporoa College Library is open all day including most intervals and lunchtimes but is not always a quiet space at break times with a lot of socialising, games and sometimes a bit of reading!
The collection is divided into general fiction, senior fiction and non-fiction, with students needing to be year 10 and older to access the senior fiction section.
Junior students are able to borrow two books at a time for two weeks, and senior students four books for four weeks. I love getting recommendations from students for authors or books.
Please contact me with any questions you may have – [email protected] 3338117 ext 825
Whaea Kim Larkins
We welcome Kim to our Junior school. A local lady from Broadlands Rd, she has taught at Broadlands School, Taupo Intermediate relieving and Monrad Intermediate in Palmerston North to name a few! She is enthusiastic, motivated and super excited to get to know our students.
Ms Deborah Wall
Fresh from the Cook Islands, Debbie has been teaching the NZ Curriculum there for the last three years. She is really looking forward to her Samoan partner joining her on her home soil as she has taken up residence back in her home town of Rotorua. Debbie is largely teaching English this year.
Matua Wiremu Panapa
Matua is a fresh face in our PE department for 2020 who has introduced himself at our Powhiri. His last stint was at Murupara School and we now look forward to him bringing strong vocal support to our Paeroa team on sports days.
Annabell Lane, Paeroa Rangatira