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
2 April 2003
11th April—Last day of Term 1
28th April—Start of Term 2
The PTA would like to express their thanks to all parents who gave up
their time to help out with the sausage sizzle at the DPS Swimming Sports
and the NW Swimming Sports. Also to those who helped out with the baking
and catering at the National Male Choir of NZ.
The newly appointed officers at the AGM held last night are
President: Heidi Dreyer
Vice Presidents: Sue Patterson, Bronwyn Barlow
Secretary: Carlrine Gillespie
Treasurer: Eileen Nauman
Fundraisers planned for Term 2 include a Pizza Drive, Sausage Sizzle and
we also are looking at having a Talent Quest for the children one evening,
as this is a new event we need to know if there is going to be enough
interest with the children. Please let your teacher know if you will be
interested. Next PTA meeting is 7th May at 3pm in the staffroom.
At a meeting earlier this year the Board decided to pay for the Australian
English and Maths tests. This means most year 4, 5 and 6 children will
be sitting the tests. My apologies to those who have sent in the forms
and money. For parents who have paid the $6.50 or the $13 we will send
a refund. If you have any questions please contact me.
These are highly contagious and there are a growing number of children
with these at the moment. What do they look like? They look like an ordinary
sore with a crusty ring around their edge and they get larger instead
if healing. What to do? You need to see the doctor to get an antibiotic
medicine to kill the disease. Sores should be kept covered and your child
should be kept at home for a few days until the sores start to heal.
Forms for children wanting to play rugby and have not already filled out
a form are available at the school office
Just a reminder that school fees are due at $35 for the year. These are
There is to be no parking on yellow lines on the roads around the school
area. The Police will be taking action if this continues.
All library books must be returned to the Library by Monday 7th April.
DPS JMB NETBALL
All children wanting to play netball must have their forms and money returned
to the office by Monday 7th April at the latest this has been bought forward
due to registrations for NW required next week. Some forms have been returned
with no payment this also needs to be paid.
OTHER NEWS AND EVENTS
OTAMATEA REPERTORY THEATRE
Presents “Frank & Evans” on Saturday 5th April 2003, 7.30pm
till late. This 60’s band is still swinging, Ragtime, lively rendition
of the 20’s & 30’s and more. Sing along, dance along,
easy listening. Cost $18 supper included and bar sales. Tickets at Garnett
Electrical, Maungaturoto. Village Crafts, Paparoa.
Heartland Services provide access to government agencies for rural New
Zealand towns. This service is available in Dargaville and is based in
the Work and Income Building, Normanby Street.
Government agencies currently represented include:
*Housing NZ Corporation—fortnightly on a Tuesday.
*Maori Land Court—2nd Thursday of every month.
*Inland Revenue Department—2nd Thursday & last Tuesday monthly.
*Health Advocate—Each Monday 1.30--2.30pm.
*Te Puni Kokiri—1st Wednesday monthly.
*ACC, CEG, Tenancy Services—by arrangement.
MAF, Dept of Labour and OSH—information available.
For more information or to make an appointment with one of the above agencies
contact Melissa Rae on 901 5310, or call into the WINZ Office Monday-Friday.
CHILD CANCER FOUNDATION
The annual appeal for this is on Friday 7th April and volunteers will
be selling candles down town. More helpers are needed for this, if you
are able to help out for an hour phone Leanne 439-7749
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