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Volume 65 Number 33 - 18 March 2019

The Rotary Club of Kaikohe Bulletin

Dinner Meetings
Wednesday 20 March - Board Meeting
Wednesday 27 March - Diane Henderson - Life Education Trust

Members' Privileges (Mobile Friendly Version)
DateCashierFive Minute SpeakerIntroduce SpeakerRaffleSergeantSergeant's AssistantThank SpeakerLast Word
20-Mar-2019HelenJohn E
27-Mar-2019ColinNgaireNoelIsaacDonGlenisJohn VLiz

News and Notices

  • Link to the notification of the Annual Meeting of District 9910 and associated papers.

  • Link to a notice about the Takapuna Rotary Bingo Night.

  • Link to End Polio Now February Summary.

  • Link to a presentation about the Model United Nations Assembly.

Calendar and Blogs (where there is always something new - check these links every week)

  • Link to the Kaikohe Rotary Club Calendar. Go here to check out Guest Speakers for future meetings and details of other club activities.

  • Link to Kaikohe Rotary’s Facebook page.

  • Link to the District Facebook page.

  • Link to the District Calendar.

  • Link to the Rotary Service Connections Blog.

  • Link to the Rotary Voices Blog.

  • Link to Rotary International’s Member News.

Regular Newsletters

  • Link to the latest Rotary Weekly.

  • Link to the latest Young Leaders in Action.

  • Link to the latest Governor’s Newsletter.

  • Link to the latest Rotary Down Under.

  • Link to the latest Bay of Islands Club Bulletin.

  • Link to the latest Dargaville Club Bulletin.

  • Link to the latest Kerikeri Club Bulletin.

  • Link to the latest Waipapa Club Bulletin.

  • Link to the latest E Mara E Pānui.

Club Meeting 13 March 2019

  • This week Kaikohe Rotarians were pleased to hear from Marea Timoko who is tumuaki (principal) of Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Kaikohe. Marea told us that she had a career as teach including art at Northland Polytech. She first joined the kura as an art teacher, never dreaming she would get the top job. At the time the school had 80 students and was run by a commissioner. After nine years as principal the roll has grown to 273 students from new entrants all the way to year 13.

  • Marea explained that this growth has created challenges, especially in terms of buildings and playing fields. While the kura has moved several times in recent years, it is now located on Hongi St.

  • Marea also explained that while the kura is full immersion, it takes learners regardless of their proficiency (or lack of it) in Te Reo. The kura is a community and parents are very involved in the education of their tamariki. . The students are keen to be involved in the community and are strong supporters of the Twin Coast Cycle Trail.

  • Rotarians were grateful to hear from one of our most well-known local educators and look forward to helping the kura in its mission of turning our tamariki into good citizens.