So far sales have been quite slow so please push those over this week and the weekend. We would appreciate money being brought to school by next Friday 22 March. Money can be taken straight to the office on arrival to school. All students who sell 30 bars of chocolate (1 box) go in the draw for these prizes.
There will be NO Friday Special tomorrow 8 March, 2019. There will be NO HOT CHIPS until next Wednesday 13 March, 2019
It is imperative that if your child is unwell they remain at home. Parents/Caregivers are required to ring the school office before 9am (4370822) each day or text 022 327 5057 with your child's name and reason for the absence.
Students will be encouraged to walk or wheel (cycle, skate, scoot) to school. We have hi-vis vests availble for those chilren that want to use them.
All visitors coming into our school are required to sign in at the office first. You will then be given a lanyard to wear identifying yourself to staff and students.
The OIS Triathlon will commence at 1.30pm next Wednesday. All students are encouraged to participate in this as either an individual or as part of a team; completing either the swim, bike or run.
Many children have already sold their 30 bars of chocolate and are selling more, which is fantastic. If you still have unsold chocolates at home please try to get out and sell these over the weekend.
Here are some dates to remember of events happening throughout term one at OIS.
Celebrating the 24 cultures that contribute to the current school role.
Don't miss this opportunity to hear Neuroscience Educator, Nathan Wallis speak.
Cash Only (No EFTPOS available). New uniforms can be purchased from Sutherlands Menswear on Thames Street, beside Fotographix.
Class trips, Polyfest, chess club, Agri challenges and EPro8 have all relied on parent and community support.
Thank you to all those families out there who supported our P.T.A. by donating items and selling raffle tickets for our last fundraiser of the year. Special thanks to Carmen Sim for a wonderful job done co-ordinating this fundraiser. Winners have been notified.
We are desperate for second-hand uniforms to sell on your behalf so any parents wishing to sell their childs uniform, this notice is especially for you!! Second-hand uniforms can be delivered clean and in good condition to the school office on;
Maria Johnson shows off her self-published childrens book, Life Rulz According To Owl. For Maria Johnson, its all about the children.
On Monday 19th of November, 22 students, 4 parents, 2 teachers and one bus driver got on a 4 hour bus drive to the YMCA Wainui Park where we spent the next 4 days doing fun activities.