Tena koutou, Tena Koutou, Tena Koutou, Katoa.
There's something about this school that keeps calling me back, it's my third time here. Is it the students, staff, environment, activities, opportunities or atmosphere? It's all of the above.
I've lived in Masterton most of my life and married my husband Tony. We've raised our boys here (Brook and Trent who are now in their 30's) and we ALL attended M.I.S.
There are many aspects of my job I love, but the most satisfying is witnessing the "Eureka" moments from the students I work with.