Our next Board meeting is set for Monday the 16th November at 6.30pm.
The purpose of the Ahuroa School Board is to provide great governance, through the key areas of Leadership, Accountability, Representation, and as an Employer. The Board isn’t responsible for the day to day running and management of the school – this role is delegated to the Principal.
Our Board generally meets once a month at school, although on occasion we may meet elsewhere for professional development, or via Zoom.
Whilst Board meetings are open to the public, they are not public meetings. What this means is that although members of the public are welcome to attend meetings, they may not speak or bring an agenda item to the meeting without the prior approval of the Chair.
You are welcome to attend one of our Board meetings to observe us in action! It’s a good idea to let the Board Chair know prior to the meeting that you are coming, so we can ensure our meeting room is set up, provide you with the Agenda, and let you know if there are any agenda items where the public will be excluded (this is also known as being ‘in-committee’, is mostly to protect the privacy of individuals, and means that members of the public must leave the meeting during that particular Agenda item).
We are working to upgrade our school website so that our Minutes and Agendas are easily accessible, however in the meantime, you are welcome to contact either firstname.lastname@example.org or our Board secretary email@example.com for these.
And if you’d like more information about the work of the Board, this is also a good place to start: https://www.nzsta.org.nz/assets/Publications/Making-A-Difference-booklet-2019.pdf. The next Board election will be held in 2022, so you might start thinking about it now!
Sadly Brian, our trusty caretaker, has decided that the farm is in need of more attention so he needs to wave us goodbye. His work ethic and initiative will be sadly missed and we of course wish him and his family all the very best.
If you or anyone you know is interested in becoming an integral part of our school team please read or share the information below.
Ahuroa School has a part time position as school caretaker commencing the week of Tuesday 27 October 2020.
This position is for 5 hours per week, (times and day negotiable).
We are looking for a reliable, energetic Caretaker for our school. The position involves carrying out a wide range of duties to help us ensure that our school is maintained as an attractive, clean, safe and secure environment. The successful applicant will be required to identify hazards and address general repairs and maintenance of buildings. You will also be responsible for the school swimming pool complex, garden maintenance plus regular monitoring of the bore water plant. This position requires a proactive, positive reliable person who is able to work alongside staff and pupils in a busy school environment.
The successful candidate will have a clean police record, full driver’s licence, excellent health, excellent time management skills, flexibility and a willingness to learn and have basic handyman skills to carry out repairs and maintenance.
Applications close 21 October 2018.
A job description and application form is available from the Ahuroa School office, phone 09 422 5898, CLambert@ahuroa.school.nz
If you require more details please contact the Acting Principal, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ngā mihi nui
1349 Ahuroa Road
Tel (09) 422 5898
We have been here since 1992.
We just wanted to reach out and thank this person. – The Driver of a black jeep – outside 1257 Ahuroa Road. Thank you so much for seeing my 2 new dogs that know nothing about roads. They have had owners for 5 years that now reside in a Rest Home.
Thanks for the understanding, from a long-time local resident.
Has anyone seen out little cat Neil? Been missing for 24 hours now. His name and number is on his tag.
Neil 021 1768027
Please get in touch if you have seen him. He lives near the hall at 1329 Ahuroa Road, but could be anywhere by now.