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
Wednesday 6 October 2004
19th October—BOT Meeting
22th October—Wild Hair Day
25th October—Labour Day
Next meeting is a “Fancy Hat” meeting, wear a hat on Tuesday
12th October at 7.30pm in the staffroom followed by coffee at Blah’s
afterwards. Many thanks to Dianne Taylor who co-ordinated the sausage
sizzle over the last two terms, and also thanks to the people who helped
out with the cooking on Fridays. PLEASE NOTE: There is NO sausage sizzle
on Friday’s this term.
Bible on Thursday from 12 —12.30pm in the school hall for the Junior
Just a friendly reminder, some children would of come home with consent
forms prior to the holidays, can these please be filled in and returned
to the clinic. It is important to remember how to brush different parts
of your teeth, like brushing upwards on the bottom teeth and downwards
on the top teeth. Do not brush your teeth vigorously backwards and forwards
as this may damage your gums and wear troughs in the teeth. Anne &
FUN WITH TE REO
Shall I read you a story?
Maku e panui tetahi korero ki a koe?
Thank you so much to all the people who participated in Jump Rope for
Heart. Altogether Dargaville Primary raised $450.80 for people with heart
problems. Well done everyone.
All forms need to be returned to the office for children bringing animals.
Keep brushing, leading and loving your pets.
Visits to our local Marae Te Houhanga will take place over the next 2
weeks. These visits co-inside with current social studies units. Senior
syndicate are going for the whole day on 12th October and the Middle and
Junior Syndicates will be going for ½ day on 19th October.
On Thursday 21 October, The Magic Company will be delivering a fantastic
Illusion Show for all students. This show will cost $1. Children to give
the money to their teacher. The show will begin at 9.00am.
WILD HAIR DAY
Friday 22nd October. This national event has been organised for “Save
the Children” fundraiser. The concept is simple and everyone is
encouraged to wear wacky hair styles for a day in exchange for a gold
coin that will brighten the lives of the less fortunate children, in some
of the world’s poorest countries.
Please return all prizegiving cups to the office asap.
NW CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS
1st Isobella Woods
2nd Genae Flett
3rd Lisa Mullan
1st Steven Pocklington
3rd Linden Alderton
3rd Francelle Flett
1st Isobella Woods, Genae Flett, Lisa Mullan, Jodie Rees.
3rd Daniel Frood, Mitchell Powell, Michael McKenzie, Ethan Gorrie.
2nd Francelle Flett, Cathy Stock, Helena Castricum, Codie Williams.
1st Steven Pocklington, Linden Alderton, Ashley Bramwell, Timothy Frost
2nd Blair Frood, Jordan Holster, Travis LeNoel, Daniel Timms
OTHER NEWS AND EVENTS.
FAMILY VARIETY CONCERT
Sunday 10th October at 2pm in the Dargaville Baptist Community Church.
Come and hear The Bayswood Quintet, The Bell Ringers and heaps of other
local talent. Your donation will be received during the presentation.
FREE TO GOOD HOME
Kid goats for calf club, phone 4390627.
FISH FACTORY JUNIOR YOUTH
Come along this Friday for a gym night at the Dargaville High School Gym.
Meet at 7.15pm cost $3 per family. Be in for some fun. Contact Steve 439
7467. For ages 10—12yrs.
MULTI CULTURAL PERFORMING ARTS FESTIVAL
A Day of Celebration and Sharing of Cultural Performing Arts
At Te Kopuru School October 16th
Festival start: 9.30pm
This day promises to be a day of non-stop entertainment. All the fun of
a fair plus non- stop entertainment of cultural groups, choirs, martial
arts, dance groups and more….
Police Dog Demonstration
Fire Brigade Demonstration
HANGI: 12 noon. Prepay at Te Kopuru School or Walden’s Shoes. $6
STALL SITES available $10
Quick Fire Raffles Café Novelty Stalls Craft Food Stalls
For further enquires contact Te Kopuru School 4391802
This is a smoke free event
HAVE YOUR SAY!
Special Education Meeting tonight 7.00pm at the Fish Factory (opposite
WHANGAREI BMX CLUB CHALLENGE
All schools in Northland are invited to enter a team in our annual school
challenge. To be held at the Whangarei BMX Track, William Fraser Memorial
PArl, Riverside Drive, Whangarei, on Sunday 17th October. Any pushbike
can be used and entry is $2. More details and forms are available from
the school office. Please have completed forms back to the office no later
than 13th October.
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