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 20 October 2004
22nd October—Wild Hair Day
25th October—Labour Day
Next meeting 16th November, 7.30pm. On show day we will be holding a cake
stall, selling food in the hall at lunchtime and a raffle will be going
around. We do need people to help out with selling food in the hall at
12 noon on showday. Please phone the office if you are available to help
Bible on Thursday from 12 —12.30pm in the school hall for the Senior
Spotting the marks of decay. Lifting the lip can do this, it’s quick
and easy and doesn't hurt your child. Lift the child’s top lip so
you can see all the front teeth. If you see white or stained marks on
any of the teeth, the child should come to see us at the Dental Clinic
as soom as possible. Anne & Sarah.
The office has a new email address it is now email@example.com
A newsletter outlining the activities for classrooms and requirements
for children bringing animals was sent home on Monday with the children.
Cake boxes will be sent home next Wednesday with the children. Please
take all cakes to the hall on the morning of Friday 29th October.
No brought cakes please but money in lieu of cakes will be greatly accepted.
The cake stall will start at 10am in the hall.
The Junior Syndicate will be doing their steeplechase/obstacle course
at approximately 11am on the school field.
All animals will be across the road from the Police Station which parents/caregivers
can see at anytime in the morning.
Lunch will be at approximately 12 noon and the following food will be
for sale in the hall. Sausage & bread, donuts, popcorn, juicies and
The bell will go at the end of lunch to signal all classes are open to
view all activities. All children must go to their classroom after lunch
and line up outside. Once the children have been around all the classrooms
with their class they may go home but please let their teacher know.
Tomorrow 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.
Lucky book orders close 26th October.
All children must wear sunhats. Those who do not have a sunhat will be
restricted to playing under one of the shade areas. This will apply to
all children. Caps and full brimmed hats will be acceptable but beanies
are not acceptable.
Thank you to ALL parents that assisted yesterday! The Junior and Middle
syndicate had a full and highly successful day of learning at the Marae.
Special thanks to Anaru Tau, Wayne Stringer and the McCullough Whanau.
FUN WITH TE REO
Whanau Support Group Meeting 11th November 3.30pm in the staffroom. Shannon
Price will be visiting from Te Ha, all families welcome.
I’ll wash your head and your hair.
Ka horoi au i to upoko me o makawe.
OTHER NEWS AND EVENTS.
Wednesday 20th October 7pm at the Playcentre. Supper provided, all welcome.
FISH FACTORY JUNIOR YOUTH
Ages 10-12yrs come and join us Friday October 22nd at Fish Factory building,
Hokianga Rd, 7.15pm.
Cost $2 a family.
The senior syndicate are required to make their playdough for showday
at home, below is a recipe for your convenience.
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