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 St, Dargaville.

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Wednesday 7th April 2004

COMING EVENTS
Last day of Term 1—8th April
Start of Term 1—26th April

DPS NEWS
PTA NEWS
Thank you to all the people who supported us with the Pizza Drive. We raised approximately $900.
The winners of the raffles are Brian Burnett—Easter Teddy and Easter Eggs, Douglas Conn—Cricket Gear.

SCHOOL PHOTOS
All going to plan we hope to have the photos back at the end of the first week in Term 2.


NW KAI IWI TRIATHLON
Results from the Triathlon on Friday 2nd April are:
Intermediate Girls Individual Yr 5&6
3rd—Tamrah Van Leeuwerden
Intermediate Boys Individual Yr 5&6
1st—Steven Pocklington
Well done to all competitors.

BIBLE
Bible on Thursday from 12 —12.30pm in the school hall for the senior syndicate.

TEACHER AIDE POSITION
A part time position for a teacher aide has become available at DPS for approximately 25 hours per week. This position would suit a person who enjoys working with children with special needs, who have moderate to high needs also supervision of small groups and assisting with the running of a perceptual motor programme. If you are interested in this position please call at the school office or phone for an application form and further details.

TE REO
Tama is boy, tamaiti is child and tamariki is children.

SCHOOL FEES
Just a reminder that school fees are due at $35 for the year. These are tax deductible.

JMB NETBALL
Netball will be starting next Term with the date yet to be finalized. Forms for all girls wanting to play will be available from the office at the start of Term 2.
KAPA HAKA
Thanks to all those who provided transport to take the children to their performance on Tuesday.
Kath Bennett-Galo.

DPS T-SHIRTS
A reminder to return all school t-shirts used at the Triathlon to the school office.


OTHER NEWS AND EVENTS.
OSCAR PROGRAMME
Family Link Childcare Oscar Programme will be running a school holiday programme from Tuesday 13th April until Friday 23rd April. Copies of the programme are available from Family Link Childcare Centre. A WINZ subsidy is available to those who are eligible. Application forms are available from the family link office.
Hours for the programme are 7.30am until 5.00pm each week day excluding public holidays. We offer children lots of exciting activities and each week there will be a bus trip away. Bookings for the programme are limited. Please phone Missy or Julie for further information.

KIDS HOLIDAY PROGRAMME
Tuesday 20th April from 10am—12pm in the Presbyterian Church Hall on the corner of Normanby and Parore Streets. For ages 5-10yrs, admission is free. Games, drama, dancing, art & craft, music & singing, with morning tea provided. For more information phone Nadine McEwing 439 1663 or 021 275 1161.

MONSTER CAR BOOT SALE AND AUCTION
At the Tangiteroria Hall/Sports Complex. Easter Saturday 10th April 2004. $2.00 entry fee, any goods considered (no livestock), goods not sold from your boot can be auctioned at the end of the day, sales begin 10.00am and auction 2.00pm. Refreshments will be available for sale and the bar will be open. For more information phone Janet 433 2650. All proceeds go to Tangiteroria School and the Tangiteroria Hall.

FAMILY CONCERT
Anzac Day, April 25th 2.30pm at The Northern Wairoa War Memorial Hall (Town Hall) The Bayswood Quintet from Auckland’s North Shore with guest artist Margo Knightbridge. Tickets $10 waged, $5 unwaged, $20 Family ticket—2 adults and all the kids. All proceeds to Kaipara Palliative Care. Tickets available from Morans Bookshop or phone Josie or Carolyn 439 7149 ext 6716 also door sales,

TANGOWAHINE SCHOOL MONSTER
MOTORBIKE TRAIL RIDE
Tangowahine School are holding a motorbike trail ride on Sunday 18th April 2004. Ride begins 13km from Dargaville on SH 14, turn up Tangowahine Valley Rd and follow the signs for 6km to the start on Youngers Farm. Enjoy riding a 90km loop through Tangowahine Valley & Forests. Cost is $25 per bike. Must bring your own bike, safety helmet (compulsory) and fuel , 2, 3 and 4 wheelers are welcome. Food and drinks will be available to buy all day. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Registration is 8.30am. Enter and ride at your own risk. Please check in when completed race. Start, finish and lunch at the same place.
For more information Ph Michael & Cindy Younger 439 4021 or 0274 736115.

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