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Keep in contact with schools after stormy weather

Parents should keep in contact with schools, early learning services after stormy weather

Stormy weather has forced the closure of a number of schools and early learning services in Auckland, Waikato and Taranaki.

The list of closures is as follows:

Ardmore School, Auckland; Henderson Valley, Auckland; Kowhai Intermediate, Auckland; Westlake Girls, Auckland; Dairy Flat School, Auckland; Mangere College, Auckland; Northcote Primary School, Auckland; St Leonards School, Auckland; Samoa Moni, Auckland; Kelston Boys High, Auckland; Waioneke School, Auckland; Sunnyvale School, Auckland; Riverhead School, Auckland; St Josephs Orakei, Auckland; Orautoha School, Taranaki; Rahotu School, Taranaki; Whatawhata School, Waikato; Matatoki School, Waikato; Hikuai School, Waikato; Tairua School, Waikato; Whenuakite School, Waikato.
Le Malelega a le toelau, Auckland; Seedlings Nature Kindergarten, Taranaki; Maxwell, Taranaki; Merrilands, Taranaki; Waiouru, Taranaki; Little Hands Childcare, Auckland; Learning Steps Child Care Centre, Gt North Road, Auckland; New Shoots Early Child Care, Westgate, Auckland; Iona Child Care, Swanson, Auckland; Loving Care Kindergarten, Auckland; Magnolia Tree, Waikato; Creative Kids, Waikato; Whenuakite Country Kids, Waikato; Pauanui Preschool, Waikato; Kidz Unlimited Learning Centre, Mt Albert, Auckland.
The best information will come from schools and early learning services themselves. Parents are advised to check school or early childhood service websites or Facebook pages or contact them directly.


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