A farewell note from Mr Moimoi:
Dear KingsWay Community,
I would like to take the opportunity to share that it has been a privilege to have been part of the KingsWay School community for the past 3.5 years as I depart.
To the Middle School people both past and present that I have been able to work alongside, your professionalism and commitment to the well being and growth of young people moving through adolescence has been greatly appreciated and admired. I am richer as a child of God for having spent time with you. Stay close to the heartbeat of Father God.
To the parents and caregivers who sacrifice and commit to the privilege of a faith-based education for their children - your support to the Middle School community has been essential and valued.
To the young people that have graced through the classes and corridors of the Middle School, you have provided so many reasons for me to be glad to have been a part of your journey. With faith and trust in our Father God your futures look bright.
To the young people I have coached, I will continue to boast of your grit, desire to improve and all the good times you provided for me as a coach. Kia kaha.
To the staff of Junior, Senior School and Tau Te Arohanoa Akoranga it has been a wonderful challenge and blessing to be in the midst of schools totally committed to their students and the call to Christian Education. Your work has been a source of encouragement to me. Long may you carry the mission of KingsWay courageously.
To the wonderful people in the administration, sports, property, technology, library, health centre, learning support and international departments. Without your involvement and contribution, we are incomplete as a school. I stand in admiration to your dedication and work ethic.
To the Executive Management Team and Board of Trustees, good leadership is hard to find, let alone nurture. I am thankful that you have led with your heart, head and hands.
I leave saddened but encouraged that KingsWay School has an important spiritual part to play in our nation. Kia haha, kia maia, kia manawanui (be strong, courageous and steadfast).
Nō reira, tēna koutou, tēna koutou, tēna tatou katoa.