Payments/School Fees

We encourage payments to be made by internet or automatic payments. Please use the following information:

BANK DETAILS:

Mt Maunganui Intermediate School

12 3146 0104711 03

Ref : Childs initial and surname

Code : (what you are paying for eg Music Tuition)

SCHOOL DONATION SCHEME:

We have opted into the School Donation Scheme in 2020. This means that the government will contribute $150 per child to our school operations grant, based upon the 2019 July roll return.

We have opted into the government scheme, in good faith, in order to reduce the burden on families.  In 2019, we asked families for a school donation, specialist fees and fees for day trips and education outside the classroom (camps).

In 2020, we cannot ask for any fees related to curriculum, with one exception. We can ask families to make a voluntary donation towards the cost of camp. We believe that EOTC/School Camps is a very important part of the curriculum for emerging adolescents.  All children will attend school camp regardless of whether camp fee donation is paid or not, however, we are sincerely hoping that as many families will make the voluntary camp donation in 2020.

We may not be able to sustain the EOTC/School Camp programme if we do not receive your support, in order to cover costs.

Click here to read about the school donation scheme:

https://www.education.govt.nz/assets/Documents/School/donations/MOE-Donations-Scheme-Info-A3-FA-Web-2-DEC.PDF

SPECIALIST TAKE HOME COMPONENT:

Specialist Take Home Component – Update

Parents/caregivers may choose to pay a contribution towards the take home component of our specialist programme.  This is optional and is set at $30.00 per student.

SPORTS AND EXTRA- CURRICULAR BASED FEES:

All sports, music tuition and any other non curriculum based fees, must be paid in full at least 1 week prior to the activity commencing. Should you need an extension past the due date, please pop into the office to fill out the relevant paperwork, requesting consideration for extension. Extensions are considered on a case by case basis.

If paying by automatic payments, money will be allocated to the most urgent billable item first. You may start paying automatic payments from the time your child has enrolled at MMIS, so this is great for those people wanting to have camp, sport, specialist fees etc paid off prior to school commencing the following year.

If preferred, EFTPOS and credit card payments are accepted at reception of the school office.

If paying by cash, money must be placed in a sealed envelope with the student’s full name, room #, what they are paying for and amount of cash in the envelope. Payments are then place in the red drop box, accessed via the student lobby.