Crawshaw School 30 Year Celebrations
Crawshaw School community warmly welcomes present and past students and staff and their whānau to celebrate the school's thirtieth year since its opening in 1988.
The Crawshaw School community are celebrating with a reunion on Friday 13 April, on the school grounds. The photo shows the foundation pupils led by Kevin Lawson, the school's founding principal. These are the original students of Crawshaw School. We hope these students register and help us to find many more. Below is a photo of the generations who have attended or worked at Crawshaw School.
Register for a day of commemoration, celebration and fun. The day starts with the dawn service at 5am to formally commence the proceedings and remember those who have left us. This is followed by an open day at the school between 1pm and 3pm with items from the present day students. The day culminates in a concert of variety and reflection commencing with a mass powhiri at 6pm.
Enjoy the evening being amongst your old classmates. Catch up on what they have been doing, their careers, their travels, their kids and mokopuna. Enjoy a specially prepared day to enjoy, remember and renew.
Haere mai koutou katoa ki teenei huihuinga whakaharahara. Nei raa te tono ki a koutou katoa.
You must register to be included. It costs $5 for an individual or $20 for a family of five. You can do this by coming into the office or online at www.crawshaw.school.nz
For more information contact the school; ph (07) 849 1565.
Tena taatou katoa.