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Parent Teacher Association

 

What is PTA for?
It is one of the ways of 'keeping the links' between parents and everyone involved at Onslow day-to-day.  The PTA allows parents to:  

  • show their appreciation in small ways
  • find out what is happening, ask questions and discuss general issues
  • meet and support each other and be part of the school community.


 
Helpers
To show your appreciation, meet other parents and support your school, you can:   

  • help out for a couple of hours once or twice a year at one of the regular events  
  • help out at the library  
  • help out with the arboretum

 

 

Give us a call any time to be a 'Willing Helper', suggest a meeting discussion or find out more.

 

Contact: 

Chairpersons:  Karen Doogan - phone:  972 3929; e-mail: doogan@paradise.net.nz or Kate Koch - phone:  478 8470; e-mail:  stuart.kate@xtra.co.nz


Secretary:  Kirsty Hosie - khosie@xtra.co.nz


 

 


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