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Local historians weekly "Back Issues" article in the Manawatū Standard. Intermediate schools first opened in New Zealand in 1922. Palmerston North Intermediate opened 5 February 1941 with a roll of 645 pupis and 21 teachers. Now called Palmerston North Intermediate Normal, the school catered for standards five and six pupils who formerly attended the city's primary schools. Two further Intermediates, Ross Intermdiate and Monrad Intermediate opened in later years.

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December 24, 2022
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