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
14 May 2003
20th May--BOT Annual Meeting
An outline of the “Bible in Schools” program was sent home
with all children last week. If you want your child to attend these lessons
you must complete the form at the bottom of the letter and return it to
their teacher or the office. If you haven’t received a form from
your child, we have forms available at the office.
These are being done on Thursday 22nd May. All children have been given
their order forms, please ensure each child has their own envelope and
money returned to the school office by Monday 19th May. The correct amount
of money must be in the envelope as NO change will be given. (The school
will not be checking envelopes these are opened on the day by the photographer.)
NOTE: We will not be taking any family portraits, only photos of children
currently attending the school.
The difference between dried fruit and fresh fruit is the water has been
removed. The natural sugar is very concentrated.
DPS NETBALL GAMES
Due to no draw in the D & D this week the following DPS teams are
playing at these times.
High School Courts: DP 7Up- 9am- Court 4, DP Devils- 9am- Court 5
Intermediate Courts: DP Rockets- 9am - Court 3, DP Straycats- 9.50am-
Court 3, DP Dolphins-9.50am- Court 1.
With winter coming on and many illnesses around, please be aware of meningitis
and if in doubt take your child to the doctor. They may be very sick if
they show one or more of the following:
* have a fever
* refuse drinks or feeds
* sleepy or floppy or harder to wake
* crying or unsettled
* a rash/spots
* a headache
There is a huge amount of lost property at the school. We are about to
take to the Salvation Army - for final last looks call at the school.
Parents are often much better at finding their children’s clothes
than their children are.
SCHOOL LUNCH ORDERS
Available Monday’s or first day back after a long weekend.
OTHER NEWS & EVENTS
Arkwright Auction House, 34 Beach Road (Old Clothing Factory) First Auction
Thursday 15th June starting 10am. Receiving goods for the next auction
from the 16th June. Phone 439 0376
A half size violin, cost $700 new selling $350. Ph Raewyn 439 8401
FISH FACTORY YOUTH CLUB
Presents “Y1 (Youth for Christ) Concert” on Friday 16th May
at the DIS Hall 7pm-9pm, entry is $3.00. On Saturday 17th May at the Town
Hall the group “Jireh” will be performing break-dancing and
hip-hop. Music and Dance. Tickets Single $5.00 and Family $20.00 available
at the Information Centre or at the door. Both concerts are popular with
families around the country. For more information Ph Anna 439 7395 you
can also visit Jireha’s website www.sheldrakevisualart.com
MOBILE EAR CLINIC
The clinic will be outside Woolworths on the 19th May from 9.00am to 3.30pm.
No appointment necessary just call in for all glue ear assessments, treatment
of discharging ears, grommet checks, wax and foreign body removal.
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