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TERM DATES - 2023
Term 1 2023:
31 January - RHS Welcome Powhiri and Orientation for all new students to RJHS
1 February - NEW RJHS students only
2 February - ALL RJHS students (exisiting students first day)
End of Term 1 - 6 April
Term 2: 24 April - 30 June
Term 3: 17 July - 22 September
Term 4: 9 October - 12 December
TERM DATES - 2024
Term 1 2024:
30 January - RHS Welcome Powhiri and Orientation for all new students to RJHS
31 January - NEW RJHS students only
1 February - ALL RJHS students (exisiting students first day)
End of Term 1 - 12 April
Term 2: 29 April - 5 July
Term 3: 22 July - 27 September
Term 4: 11 October - TBC
Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri: 8.45am - 3.15pm
Wed: 9.30am - 3.15pm
Students are not to be at school any earlier than 8.15am.
11:00 - 11.30am - Interval
1:00 - 1:45pm - Lunch
8.30am - 4.15pm Monday - Friday
Rural Bus Routes
The Ministry of Education provides 2 bus services for students living in our rural enrolment zone. If you require more information about both routes please click HERE
Urban Bus Routes
There are a number of Waikato District Council bus services available in both the Flagstaff and Rototuna areas.
Here are direct links to information about the local bus services:
Note that the Rototuna and Flagstaff services list Rototuna High Schools specific routes. These only operate during term time.
Our tuckshop is provided by Champion Tuckshops (part of the Libelle Group and one of New Zealand’s leading school food and beverage providers ). Their vision is to empower every learner to reach their potential through nutrition-focused, food service solutions. They have teamed up with the Heart Foundation, Fueled4Life and BioPak to provide the Eat Smart menu (see menu below). The aim is to provide children with healthy, fresh, value-for-money and environmentally sustainable food. Cold meals are served in commercially compostable packaging, made from sustainably sourced, rapidly renewable materials. Items in the warmers and on the shelves are wrapped in Natureflex Cello Bags, which are both biodegradable and commercially compostable. The cutlery is a bamboo product, and containers are made from a natural sugar cane pulp.