Waiau Pa School 125th Reunion registrations

There is still a chance to be part of the 125th Waiau Pa School Reunion, but registrations close in less than two weeks time.
Waiau Pa School Principal, Simon Williams, invites all those with connections to the school to attend and celebrate the milestone.
“125 years is a significant achievement for any organisation. It demonstrates the commitment and contributions people have made during this time to make Waiau Pa School successful. On behalf of the school I would like to thank all those members of the community who have helped shape our school into the excellent learning environment it is today, and to extend the invitation to all those with ties to Waiau Pa School and its community to attend the reunion next month.”
The Waiau Pa School 125th Reunion will be an excellent opportunity to reconnect with others and to learn more about the school’s past, present and future.
The celebrations include a school open day and afternoon tea on the Friday, which is followed by a formal event with speeches and presentations.
Lunch and photos will be held on the Saturday and a special community church service on Sunday.
For those who are interested in attending, please contact Waiau Pa School on 09 232 1753. Forms can also be downloaded from the school website, www.waiaupa.school.nz.
Registrations close on, Friday, September 4.

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