Aug 24, 2011


We have recently had five very successful rejuvenations for whanau who took part under the CPF3 budget.  These were held Awanui School on the 02nd of June 2011, where Brett Hunter the technician did 15 WOF on the PC’s brought into the school and I completed 10 Surveys with the whanau available.  Paparore School on the 10th of June 2011 where 10 WOF’s were done and 10 surveys completed.  At Pukepoto School on the 13th of June 2011, 22 WOF’s were done and 8 surverys completed.  Kohukohu School on the 21st of June 2011 where 7 WOF’s were done and 7 surverys completed and finally at Rawene School on the 29th of June 2011 where 12 WOF’s were done and 8 surverys were completed.

Brett tested each PC brought to the school for viruses etc and completed a WOF which also included updates to their PC and any parts needing to be replaced.  The survey that was completed with me was done through Survey Monkey and goes to Victoria University to be collated and put together to report on results and achievements from whanau completing the CIH courses one year down the track.

We still have four schools requiring rejuvenation by the end of the year being Kaitaia Primary School, Ngataki School, Taipa Area School and Te Kao School.
I would like to extend a huge thanks to the schools for helping to organise these events and to all the whanau who took part, it was really fantastic to see what progress everyone had made with their computer skills, it really was brilliant.
Here are a few photos of our lucky winners of a Fujifilm Digital Camera and 2GB memory stick.  A name was drawn out of a hat at each school in thanks to the whanau for coming along to the rejuvenation and completing the survey.  We had some really deserving winners.  Unfortunately we do not have a photo of our Rawene School winner Jill Rielly.
Louise Moeke - Awanui Primary School

Brian Hall - Paparore School

Denice Gillespie - Pukepoto School
Jane Stones - Kohukohu School

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