You can have your car washed by Room 5 teams TOMORROW (Friday 26th March) at 12:30pm in the school carpark on Puttick Rd. Carwash cost $5 and will take 4 minutes. Please queue along Takrouna Grove if there is not enough room on Puttick Rd. Thanks for your support.
School Finishes at 2.00pm on Monday 15 March, Tuesday 16 March and Wednesday 17 March Please make arrangements for your child’s after school care from 2.00pm on these three days. Children can not stay at school as there will be no-one available to supervise them. All children must leave the school grounds from 2.00pm unless they are with their parents for interviews.
Congratulations to Week 3's Linton Legends Manuka: Aleksei Brown Kowhai: Immy Harvie-Emmens Miro: Jackson Olivier Te Pihinga: London Thomson Kauri: Carter Joyce Thomas Brook Matai: Aurora Harvie-Emmens Kayla Groenewald Totara: Caden Peters
Congratulations to this week’s Linton Legends Manuka: Aria Broughton Kowhai: Ivan Allan-Yushkov Miro: Patrick McCarthy Te Pihinga: Kahui-a-rangi Waiomio-Leaf Kauri: Indie Mildon Kane Redshaw-King Matai: Blake Johnston Te Atawhai Linkhorn Totara: Bella Reid
Matai are learning how to sketch faces starting with the eyes. There have been some great attempts to get these important features just right. Amelia Aramakutu certainly didn’t need to practise. This was her first attempt. Amelia you certainly have a great talent, this is a stunning eye.
When: Sunday 7 March 2021 Where: Palmerston North Hospital, Ruahine Street Time: 10.00am – 2.00pm RESCUE HELICOPTER OPEN DAY & COLOURING COMPETITION Enter the Palmerston North Rescue Helicopter colouring competition and see your picture on display at the annual RESCUE HELICOPTER OPEN DAY on Sunday 7 March 2021. WIN the chance for an EXCLUSIVE PRIVATE TOUR of the rescue helicopter for you and your family or friends, hosted by rescue helicopter crew! Come to the PALMERSTON NOR
We had a historic first for Linton Camp School…. We had two Tongs and two Franks working at school today. We welcome Raylene Franks - Mrs Franks will be supporting the learning needs of our children this year. And welcome to Bronte Tongs, Mr Tongs daughter. Bronte finished her Teaching degree last year and is presently working around the area as a relief teacher. We hope Bronte will be able to come back whenever we have the need.