Masterton Intermediate School

50th Jubilee

1960 - 2010

 

Welcome

Hello everyone and welcome.

It is my pleasure on behalf of the Board of Trustees to welcome you all here this weekend to Masterton Intermediate Schoolʼs Golden Jubilee. I know our organising committees have been working very had to ensure your stay here will be an enjoyable and memorable experience.

To the ex pupils, staff and parents returning here this weekend, our doors are once again open for you. So please explore and enjoy the changes that have developed here over the years. Iʼm sure the renewed friendship and stories that will be told this weekend between ex students and teachers will create a fun and happy time - Iʼm looking forward to that!

The activities and displays over the weekend Iʼm sure will make you proud of where our school is today. (If you feel the need to take part in an activity or sporting fixture, just ask, Iʼm sure a whistle or instrument can be found for you.)

To our principal, Frazer, to our teaching and support staff, I congratulate you all for being a part of this historic time. It has been, and still is, an honour and privilege that Masterton Intermediate School have you on our team.

On behalf of the Board of Trustees and our team, we would like to say a huge thank you to the organising committees. We know the time you have sacrificed, the effort and commitment you have given, will be the reason, this Masterton Intermediate School Golden Jubilee will be the success it is about to become.

To you all - To enjoy tomorrow "Create our memories today"

Vaea Peterson

Chairperson

Board of Trustees

 This introduction is reproduced here from the Masterton Intermediate School 50th Jubilee Magazine.

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