KAMO INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL TIMES
   ROLL CALL/NOTICES: 8.40am - 8.55am
     MORNING BLOCK (1): 8.55am - 10.10am
                           INTERVAL: 10.10am - 10.30am 
           MIDDLE BLOCK (2): 10.30am - 11.20am
           MIDDLE BLOCK (3): 11.20am - 12.35pm
                                LUNCH: 12.35pm - 1.25pm  
 AFTERNOON BLOCK (4): 1.35pm - 3.00pm  
 
KAMO INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL TERM DATES - 2017
             TERM ONE: 31 January - 13 April          
        TERM TWO: 01 May - 07 July          
      TERM THREE: 25 July - 29 September
              TERM FOUR: 16 October - 15 December

    
 

 

IMPORTANT DATES DURING TERM TWO - 2017

Monday 1 May -to- Friday 7 July 2017



KAMO INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL TERM TWO BEGINS
Monday 1 May 2017

KIS SPECIALIST ROTATION 2 BEGINS
Monday 15 May 2017

WINTER SPORTS DAY
Tuesday 23 May 2017

LAST DAY OF TERM TWO
Friday 7 July 2017

 

2017 - MADI DOAR MAKES DEBUT FOR WOMEN BLACK STICKS

Monday 15 May - 2017

 


Former Kamo Intermediate student and KIS Hockey team member Madi Doar, made her International Debut on Sunday 14 May, playing for the Vantage Women’s Black Sticks team against India in Pukekohe, Auckland.



Madi who was wearing Number 32 was also playing alongside Ex-Room 3 KIS student Ella Gunson and Northland player Brooke Neal. Later in the series Stacey Michelsen will return from injury and Sam Harrison will also take part as well.

Madi is a student at St Cuthbert College in Auckland and was a member of the 2011 & 2012 KIS Girls 1st XI. She helped us win the Northland JMC Title both years and won an AIMS Games Silver medal in 2011 and an AIMS Games Gold in 2012.

Well done and a huge congratulations to you Madi and Team Doar!!! Ka mau te wehi!!!

 

2017 - WELCOME TO KAMO INTERMEDIATE

Tuesday 31 January 2017


NAU MAI , HAERE MAI KI TE KURA TAKAWAENGA O KAMO
Welcome to Kamo Intermediate School
Tuesday 31st January -to- Friday 15th December 2017


Tena koutou whanau! Welcome to 2017 at Kamo Intermediate School.

We would like to welcome all those brand new Year-7 students, their parents and families to what we call “The Best Intermediate in the World!”.  It’s also great to see all those returning Year-8 students. Hope you are all ready for a fantastic, hectic, enlightening experience at KIS?

HAERE RA (FAREWELL):
With every year we loss those Year-8 students moving on to High School, but we also have staff moving on to different and new adventures.

Paul Shepherd - Ali Arms - Ms Ngaire - Tracey Hey - Kim Reeves - Marcie Michelsen

Mr Shepherd arrived in 2013 and after 4 years here at KIS he has left to be the new Principal at Maunu School. Congratulations and may you “Be The Best That You Can Be”.

One of our longest serving teachers here at KIS, Ms Arms has gone on long term leave, but may turn up occasionally to do some relieving. Enjoy your time off and hope to see you back here sometimes.

Ms Ngaire came to KIS in 2010, and made an immediate impact. Being skilled in so many areas outside of, as well as inside of teaching. Your skills will be missed.

As well as being a teacher here at KIS she was also a student. Mrs Hey has left to be a full time mum to her beautiful daughter. In her too short of time here teaching, she has shown her skills as a teacher and organiser. Enjoy your time with your family!

Ms Reeves has decided to go back and work with her husband on their business full time. Thank you for joining us Ms Reeves it was far to short a time.

Miss Michelsen is leaving to spend time with her family and await her new arrival (due in September) .

GREETINGS:
With the loss of some truly memorable teachers, we get to welcome new Teachers to the KIS whanau and with every new teacher come some new distinct skills

Rob Soar - Lauren McKenzie - Jess Turner - Lisa Williams - Joel Newberry-Wright

Mr Soar has come in, once again to be acting Principal for Term 1, while a replacement can be found for Mr Shepherd. Thank you for coming back Mr Soar.

Miss McKenzie was a former KIS student (in Room 14) and is a beginning teacher and will be in Matai, in Room 9.

Miss Turner is also a former KIS student (in Room 15) and has returned to the whanau to be a beginning teacher in Rimu’s . . . Room 15.

We welcome Miss Williams as a brand new beginning teacher in Rimu’s Room 17.

Mr Newberry-Wright is the new teacher in Nikau in Room 22.

Welcome everyone.