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 March 23 2005
25th—29th March—Easter Break
30th March—BOT Meeting
5th April—NW Triathlon
13th April—School photos
The AGM was held last night the positions have remained the same with
President— Paula Powell
Vice President—Bronwyn Barlow
Self Elected Vice Secretary—Adrian Humm
Treasurer— Sharon Leabourne
A reminder to all students, parents and caregivers that after the Easter
break school will resume on Wednesday 30th March.
School fees are $35 per child for the year. This helps towards your child’s
extra educational needs which are not covered by ministry funding. The
fee is due by 31st March 2005 this is tax deductible.
School photos are being taken by “Sharron Booth,” a photographer
from Whangarei. Class photos will be taken as a whole class group. The
photos come laminated and named. Individual photos of children can also
be taken for $10, you receive 2 identical 15x10cm prints. No family or
group photos will be taken. If you have more than one child at the school
please fill out a separate form for each child. Payment needs to be returned
with your form and has to be back at school by 13th April. Please make
cheques payable to Sharron Booth.
Use of the school phone is for emergencies only. It is not available for
phoning home for forgotten things eg. homework, togs, musical instruments
or to arrange playing at a friends house after school.
It is the parents/caregivers responsibility to contact the school if your
child or children are absent from school. Phone 439 7255
FUN WITH TE REO
Where are you?
Kei hea koe?
Where is your nose?
Kei hea to ihu?
If your child needs medication at school please bring to the office and
also update any medicines that may need replacing.
KAIPARA COMMUNITY HEALTH TRUST
The Trust have kindly donated hats to the school for all students. These
hats have been handed out to the children and must be kept at school.
Lucky book orders close on 1st April, 2005.
NW JMB RUGBY
All children who wish to play Saturday Rugby this season are required
to weigh-in tomorrow (Thursday). All interested children are to go to
the school hall immediately after eating their lunch. Any inquiries phone
John Powell 021 439555 or a/h 439 6256.
OTHER NEWS AND EVENTS.
KAIPARA COMMUNITY EXPO
24th March 2005 at The Dargaville Town Hall 10am—6pm, admission
free. Do you ever wonder what services are available in the Kaipara, this
expo will give you the opportunity to find out. Some of the agencies attending
IRD, Linking Hands, Arthritis Educator, Health Advocate Trust, Northland
Health, Northland Disabilities Resource Centre, Caring Caller, Kaipara
Abuse Prevention, Tenancy Services, Te Puni Kokiri, Career Services, Barnados,
CAB, Work and Income, Maori Land Court, Return Services Association and
many more. For any queries please contact Deb Wright Heartland Services
ANNUAL MONSTER CAR BOOT SALE AND AUCTION
Your trash may be someone else’s treasure!
Easter Saturday 26th March 2005 at the Tangiteroria Hall Sports Complex.
10am Car Boot Sale and 12.30pm Auction. Any goods considered but no livestock.
You keep the proceeds of your sale but there is a charge of $2 per boot
Goods can be sold “garage sale style” or auctioned. Goods
not sold can be auctioned at no extra charge at the end of the day so
you have a choice.
Visit Sarah’s Café for morning and afternoon tea, hot chips
Bar will be open. Proceeds from sale entry fee and refreshments to Tangiteroria
School and Hall.
EXTRA, EXTRA, EXTRA
Expressions of interest are invited for a monster machinery auction to
run in conjunction with the above. You keep the proceeds and the commission
charged goes to Tangiteroria School.
Turn your surplus machinery, tools, etc into cash. Please phone Dave 09
433 2650 to register your interest.
Girls can do everything with Girls Brigade. We offer a wide range of indoor
and outdoor activities and a chance to develop new skills. Learn about
what it means to live a balanced life, grow and discover your potential.
Not to mention meeting new friends and having a whole lot of fun in the
process. www.girlsbrigade.org.nz Weekly programmes are held at the Dargaville
Baptist Community Church from 3—5pm Thursday afternoons. Ages from
5-15yrs. Our programmes cover a selection of physical, social, educational
and spiritual activities that link in with our motto to seek, serve and
follow Christ. For more information contact Pauline Taylor 439 7507.
An extension team leader is required at Dargaville Playcentre for 1-2
mornings per week, days flexible. Qualifications required C3+ or equivalent.
Please apply to
PO Box 235
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