Update on Covid @ South Mak

Evening family and whanau, The weather truly has made it very pleasant around school for all those able to attend.  Just as an update, alongside our current number of students and families isolating due to Covid we have been informed of a student who was at school today that has

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Principal's Vlogs

Update on Start of Year managing Covid:

Friday 28th January Dear Parents, Caregivers and Whānua, There are exciting times ahead. Come Tuesday the 1st of February we will enter another interesting year for education and for our whole community. I have waited to send information about how we will be starting the year until we have the

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Community Update.

An update from the BOT:

The South Makirikiri Board of Trustees, alongside Greg Allan, are keeping up to date with the government’s announcements regarding the eventual change to Alert level 3, and what this will mean for schools around the country. We are being guided by the Ministry of Education who, at each phase of the process, have been providing further clarifications of the government directives.

Therefore, as of yet, we are not entirely sure what Alert Level 3 will mean for our community, both teachers and students, when it is actioned. We want you to know that as soon as we have concrete information from the Ministry, once the government has made its next announcement (on Monday), we will be communicating with you all in due course.

In the meantime, we hope that you are continuing to flourish in your respective bubbles and we thank you for your part in aiding our country’s effort in eliminating the spread of COVID 19 during a time of international crisis.

Kia Kaha

Christina Belton – Board Chair