The second parent/teacher meetings for 2022. Our Hui Tuarua will be held on Monday 8, Tuesday 9 & Wednesday 10 August. This is a chance for you to meet your child’s teacher. And for you, your child and their teacher to sit down together to talk about your child, their needs and their goals. It is the last hui of the year, to see where your child is in their learning journey and to discuss how we all can help your child along their journey. But we welcome parents to meet with
Linton Camp School Board Parent Election Nominations are open for the election of 5 parent representatives to the school board. At this stage we have only received 2 nominations., nominations close 3 August. If you are able to give us just one evening a month, we need you. Please consider putting your name forward to become a School Board member. The School Board; • works with the community to make sure that the school works in a way that is appropriate for the students, fami
30 June was the 150th Anniversary of Palmerston North City. The City Council marked this day with the planting of trees at all schools in their area. Councillor Susan Baty joined our Student Leadership Team to plant a Matai tree here at LCS.
Linton Camp School Holiday Programme It is with much regret that we have no choice but to cancel our Holiday Programme these school holidays. We have had no interest in the position of Co-ordinator, which means we just can not provide a programme.
School Photos from Photolife The School Photos have arrived. They look so good, all our children are super models. If you placed an order with Photolife you photos will be sent home with your child today. If you haven’t ordered your photos, it’s not too late. You can still use the link & key code sent directly to you. If you haven’t received an email from Photolife first check your junk mail. If you are still having trouble you are welcome to email me & I will try to help you
This week your senior students visited the Libelle kitchen to see where and how their lunches are made. The shear size of the kitchen made an impression on the students and teachers. While there, they checked out the food storage areas like the freezer and chiller and the rows of ovens for reheating the meals. One of the cooks impressed on the students how important maths was in the kitchen to calculate quantities and scheduling of the ovens so all meals were ready on time a