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
4 June 2003
Middle Syndicate Talent Quest Auditions—5th June
BOT Meeting—17th June
PTA Meeting—18th June
Wednesday 18th June at 3pm in the staffroom. All welcome.
DPS JMB NETBALL
Saturday 7th June.
DHS Courts Round 1 Court 4- SP Scorpions V DP 7-Up
Court 6 –TKP Sting V DP Devils
Intermediate Courts Round 1 – 9am – Court 1 – DP Dolphins
V SJ 1
Court 3- DP Rockets V SP Goal Girls
Round 2 – 9.50am – Court 4 – Ruawai Challengers V DP
The Dental Clinic will be re –opening at Dargaville Primary School
on Wednesday 4th June
Bev and Jody can be contacted at the clinic by Phoning 439-8321 (leave
a message and they will return your call). A healthy diet means a healthy
body. Keep treat foods for treat times. It is not how much sweet sugary
foods are eaten, but how often they are eaten which causes dental decay
ie. Frequency, not quantity.
Melanie Chick from Room 6 has left us to be a full time mother. Melanie
has been with us on and off over the past few years, mainly teaching in
the New Entrant classes. We wish her well for the future.
Marjorie Walden replaces Melanie for the next 5 weeks until the end of
the Term, and then Mrs Alecia Whata joins our team as Assistant Principal
and Teacher of Room 6.
DPS TALENT QUEST
The Dargaville Primary Multi Culture Group is taking auditions for a “Talent
There are 3 categories, which are: Music, Song, Dance.
Auditions are in the hall as follows:
Seniors—29th May 12.45
Middle— 5th June 12.45
Juniors—12th June 12.45
Be part of this fantastic opportunity. Final Concert will be held in
July. (date will be confirmed later).
Only have the lights on in the room your are in.
Switch TV’s and other appliances off at the wall.
Fix leaky hot taps. They drip away power.
BOARD & STAFF MEMBER PROFILES
Each week we will be profiling our staff and board members.
This week we introduce to you:
Darren currently serves on the Board of Trustees as part of the Property
team. He is involved in the Kauri Coast D.A.R.E and Hunting and Fishing
Clubs. Born and bred in the Kaipara district, Darren is married, and has
2 boys currently attending DPS. He is a qualified automotive technician,
but currently works for Northland Health as Maintenance Assistant at the
Kath (as she is known to most) is employed as Maori Culture teacher who
teaches Waiata (singing) and Kapa Haka. She also runs the multi-culture
group which includes Samoan culture as well. Kath also shares a Teacher
Aid position with her husband, Sam.
Kath has six children, her youngest attends DPS. By trade, Kath is a Florist,
having owned her own business in Onehunga. She returned to Dargaville
after being away for 30 years. Kath is dedicated to making our school’s
culture group the “Tops”.
LUNCH LIST CHANGES:
Sandwiches now $2.30
American Hot Dogs—$2.20
OTHER NEWS AND EVENTS
BRIDE OF THE PENTA YEAR
We are still looking for brides, bridesmaids or flower girls from the
last five years as we are holding a competition on June 7th at the Dargaville
Baptist Community Church at 7.30pm. Super prizes to be won including a
weekend for two in the Bay of Islands, restaurant meals, Hole in the Rock
trip, hair products, make-up, photo album and spot prizes. Entry forms
from Associates Hair Co., Dargaville Sewing Centre or Jack Fannon Menswear
to be in by May 31st. Come along and support your bride, entry $8 single
or $15 per couple. Fundraising for Fish Factory Youth. Ph 439 6668 or
439 6114 evenings for further information.
JUNIOR YOUTH GROUP
Friday 6th Junior Youth Group. Meet at the Baptist Church 7.15pm.
MOBILE EAR CLINIC
The clinic will be outside Woolworth's on the 16th June 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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