Being a Trustee is a critically important and very rewarding role. 2016 is an election year and very shortly we, along with other schools, will be canvassing for members of the public to put their name forward for the election. In anticipation of the triennial trustee elections this year, the NZ School Trustees Association has published a booklet for prospective trustees. If you are wondering about the role and are looking for more information, then you may wish to click on the link below:
We are looking forward to seeing all the children back at school on Monday February 1st.
Just a reminder that if you haven’t already sorted your stationery for this year you can do this on Friday 29th January between 10.00am and 2.00pm at school.
Well done to Emily Cliff who earned the top mark of all year 3’s across 20 countries in the ICAS Maths exam. In December she attended a special ceremony in Auckland where she received this medal. A fantastic achievement Emily!
Happy 2016 to you all. A quick reminder that Russell Street School opens for instruction on Monday, February 1 at our regular time of 8.55 am. The Office team will be on site Friday, January 29, making stationery sales from 10 am to 2 pm.
Please note all staff are already on site at various times, for a range of planning and preparation meetings, but will be engaged on retreat January 27-29.
The Principal welcomes knowing about any new in-zone enrolments now, as this facilitates a smooth start of year organisation. Please email him firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message on the answer phone (06-3586671) If you are considering enrolment at RSS, please note the usual place of residence for your child must be in-zone. There are no further places for out of zone students at this time, as space does not allow.
We look forward to re-connecting (or meeting you for the first time) for what promises to be another exciting year.
David Reardon (Principal)
Once again our students have worked to produce a stunning art work for our community to enjoy. Aye Thy, Georgia Tindle, Joseph Brown, Iggy Puki-Smith, Olivia Furness, Rileigh Lambie and Sophie Willson spent more than two weeks planning and creating the images under the watchful eye of Carolyn Dodd.
Russell Street School was awarded one of only 10 highly commended awards in the National 2015 Resene Mural competition.The mural can be viewed on the hall wall when entering the Russell Street gates.
Each panel tells an individual students story showing how children learn together. The unique colours represent the student’s individuality.