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Senior Prizegiving - 2016

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Important Dates
Please note the following important dates for the remainder of Term 1:
  • Mon/Tue, March 13&14 - Y12/13 'Loves Me Not' Programme
  • Thu, March 16th - School Photos
  • Fri, March 17th - Whanau Day
  • Tue-Fri, March 21-24 - Camp PLAT 
  • Wed, April 12 - Spirit Day (Rescheduled)
  • Thu, April 13th - Staff Only Day
Whanau Day - Friday 17th March
Our first Whanau Day for 2017 will be held on March 17th. On this day, normal scheduled classes will not run. Instead, we encourage you to come in to school with your child, to meet with their Whanau Teacher. 

This is a great opportunity to discuss your child's progress to date, as well as to identify and address any potential issues which may have arisen. 

The meeting should take approximately 20-30 minutes. Whanau teachers will be in touch with you during the next week to make appointments. We look forward to meeting with you.

This week was an exciting time as we began to roll out 50 new Chromebooks for use in the school. These will allow more students to make use of the internet for research and cloud-based work.

9 Karaka students hard at work on some of our new Chromebooks. 

Community Service Day

Did you know?
We have an toll free number (0800 922 463). Please feel free to use your mobile phones to contact us on this number.

Road Closures - Thursday 30th March
We have been advised by Sport Whanganui that, due to the NZ Schools Triathlon Championships, there will be road closures from 7.30-5pm on 30th March.

The closures will be in effect from the corner of Drews Ave, along Taupo Quay and up Somme Parade, all the way up to the intersection of Glasgow Street. This includes the closure of the Dublin Street Bridge.

Please be aware of this and, if you are likely to be affected by the closures, make alternative arrangements to get students to school.

Latest ERO Report
We have just received the confirmed report from the recent Education Review Office visit. It is a very positive overview, which recognises the good work being done at Whanganui City College. We encourage you to read it for yourself here.