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 June 1 2005
6th June—Queens Birthday
20th & 21st June—Parent Teacher Interviews
21st June—PTA Meeting
PARENT TEACHER INTERVIEWS
Parent teacher interviews will be on the afternoon of June 20th &
21st. The school will be finishing early at 12.30pm on both days, please
arrange for your children to be collected. Appointments for these 15 minute
interviews to be held in your child’s classroom are being taken
at the school office.
There will be no netball this weekend.
Electric guitar. Kita Hiko.
Electric jug. Tikera Hiko.
Electric energy. Pungao Hiko.
Electrician. Kaihiko Kaimahi Hiko.
Bible on Thursday from 12—12.30pm fin the school hall for children
in the middle syndicate.
Do you have an old small fridge that is no longer working. The library
would like one for display purposes.
IRON BRIONS ROADSHOW
On the 8th June the “Iron Brions Roadshow” will be at our
school. This is a healthy eating programme in which the whole school participates.
We require 3 parent helpers to assist with the healthy food which is given
out as part of the programme. Thank you to the three parents who have
offered their assistance.
ADDRESSES & PHONE NUMBERS
A letter has been sent home with the children this afternoon regarding
details of addresses and phone numbers that we have on file. Please check
these and return to the office if any changes are to be made.
OTHER NEWS AND EVENTS.
MOBILE EAR CLINIC
The clinic will be outside Woolworths on Monday 20th June from 9.00am
to 3.30pm. For all children, especially pre-schoolers. No appointment
necessary just call in for all glue ear assessments, treatment of discharging
ears, grommet checks, wax and foreign body removal.
FISH FACTORY JUNIOR YOUTH
Movie 7pm, DBCC, Friday 3rd June. Come and check out a great family movie
on the big screen with your Mum, Dad, sis, and/or bro, and have a great
evening. There will be a canteen for purchasing sweets, drinks etc. Money
raised goes towards our Waiwera Hot Pools trip. Contact Jeff or Diane
DAVIS DYSLEXIA CORRECTION PROGRAMME
The above programme has produced some life changing results for dyslexic
children and adults, and is now available in Northland. This programme
gives participants the strategies to overcome difficulties (academic,
behavioural, self esteem), discover their latent talents and make positive
changes in their lives. If you want more information on this increasingly
well regarded programme, visit the following website www.ddapacific.co.nz
Sandra Moetara-Licensed Facilitator, Whangarei. Ph 09 435 6822
Mobile 021 295 7070
BAGGIN THE DRAGON
Last week we sent home coloured leaflets regarding participation in the
Numbers Up! 2 Baggin’ the Dragon™- New Zealand Community Software
Plan. The closing date for orders is 10th June 2005. Please return your
orders to the front office so that we can collate the orders and send
them to “nh software”.
Room 18 is trialing this programme. If you wish to view it, drop into
Room 18 and the children will be happy to show you how it works.
Highchair $25 Ph 021 233 6220
BIG RIVER FM
Be sure to tune into Big River FM 96.2 at 6—8pm this evening and
listen to Mr Houstons top 10 on Adrian Humm’s Show.
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