The Dargaville Primary School Newsletter is sent home most Wednesdays.
The online version is usually posted on the same day. If you would like
a paper copy please call in at the Dargaville Primary School Office, Portland
29th March—Multicultural and Performing Arts Festival
1st April--PTA, AGM Meeting
Our Kapa Haka children are performing at the Multi-Cultural and Performing
Arts Festival at Te Kopuru School on 29th March. Starting time is 9.30am
and our children are performing at approximately 11am. The day promises
to be a day of non-stop entertainment . All the fun of a fair plus entertainment
of cultural groups, choirs, martial arts dance groups and more. There
will be quick fire raffles, drinks, iceblocks, café, cake stalls,
face painting and displays. A hangi will be available at $6 which must
be pre-booked , tickets to be purchased from Vanessa at Waldens Shoes.
For all enquiries phone Te Kopuru School 439 1802.
17TH-19TH MARCH SENIOR CAMP
All senior children who attended this week’s camp at Trouson Holiday
Park are required to be at school on Thursday by 1.30pm.
NATIONAL MALE CHOIR OF NZ
The National Male Choir is on tour in Northland and coming to Dargaville
on the 21st March at the Town Hall 1.00pm. Also featuring Dargaville Primary
School Choir. Don’t miss this exciting musical event, tickets available
at Kauri Coast Information Centre, Normanby St., Dargaville. Adults $10.00
and Children $5.00
URGENT URGENT URGENT
The Dargaville Primary PTA is in urgent need of new members. The committee
is a group of parents and teachers who get together to co-ordinate fundraising
activities to raise money for the school. Meetings are held once a month
in the school staffroom. The workload is not huge. It is a great way to
meet people and get involved with the school. The AGM is being held on
Tuesday 1st April 7.30pm in the staffroom. So come and join us for coffee
There is a form available at the school office for all children wanting
to play netball. Please make sure the forms are back at the office by
11th April 2003.
Remember breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Breakfast means
breaking the fast. Breakfast gives us more energy and concentration levels.
It also lessens the need for sweet sugary snack foods such as cakes and
biscuits, muesli bars and fruit roll-ups. It is a relatively inexpensive,
quick and simple meal to prepare.
OTHER NEWS & EVENTS
JUNIOR YOUTH GROUP
Video night on the big screen, Friday 28th March for all 10-12yr olds,
at the Baptist Church 7.15pm. Cost $2.00
FREE TO GOOD HOME
2 ginger and 2 tabby kittens phone work 439 5272 home 439 8811
Positive Behavioural Management Programme: For parents whiose children
behave in a disruptive and non-compliant manner (suitable for parents
of children who have ADHD)
A seven week programme every Tuesday for 2.5 hours. Starting in Dargaville
Tuesday 6th May to Tuesday 17th June 2003. Venue and times to be advised.
For all enquiries, registrations and enrolment forms phone Shirley Drake
439 5838 or 09 438 2954. Course is limited to 10 participants so early
enrolment is essential.
DARGAVILLE JUNIOR TENNIS TOURNAMENT
At the Dargaville Tennis Club, Station Road, for all Year 6,7,8 and High
Starting 10am, There will be a free sausage sizzle and prizes. No cost.
All welcome for all enquiries phone Julie 439 6309.
Disco and Movie night on Friday 21st March 7—9.30pm.
Cost $4.00 includes gear hire and movie. For more details phone 439 0109
or Steve 027 277 6644. The Multiplex would appreciate any donations of
cushions, beanbags and mats for the children to sit on during movie nights.
Phone Steve and he will pick them up ph 439 0109, 439 6093.
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