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
23 July 2003
29th September—BOT Meeting
3rd September—DPS Cross Country
8th—12th September-Book Week
16th—NW Cross Country
Morning Tea 10.30am-10.45am
Please ensure your children are at school on time in the mornings.
The car parks at school are for staff only. We ask parents and caregivers
not to use these at all(only in emergencies) and not to block entrance
#Note: Every morning children do fitness and run around the block. Please
do not drive into the school grounds/car parks to drop off your children.
Meeting this afternoon 3pm in the staffroom. Items for our Garage Sale
can be brought into the school.
The Library has many new books in need of covering, if you can spare some
time to help out it will be greatly appreciated.
For junior children with parental permission Bible lessons will commence
this Friday in the School Hall from 12-12.30pm.
The Multiculture Group will be performing at the Lighthouse on 31st July
at 1pm. Parent help is required to transport the children to the lighthouse.
Phone the school if you can help out.
The date for this has changed to 8th August in the School Hall at 6—9pm.
DPS JMB NETBALL
High School Courts:
Court 4–DP 7 Up v SP Scorpians.
Court 5– DP Devils v SJ Sting
Court 3– P Rockets v TKP 2
Court 1-DP Dolphins v Arapohue
Court 4-DP Straycats v Tangowahine
We have been advised the photos are on their way and will hopefully be
here by the end of next week. Sorry about the delay and any inconvenience.
Please return forms as soon as possible so treatment can be done. Avoid
frequent drinks of juice or soft drinks. Water is BEST, not only is it
good for our teeth but it helps to purify the blood and flush out our
kidneys. Add a slice of lemon or a sprig of mint for a refreshing healthy
Anne & Mere.
To ensure our Pet Day goes ahead this year parents are needed to help
out with the organising of this day. Phone Lyn at the school if you can
spare some time. All calves, lambs and goats must be born between 1st
July and 15th September. Only female and neutered males are allowed. Livestock
Improvement has a free website www.calfclub.co.nz which gives an easy
to follow guide on the selection, care and training of calves.
OTHER NEWS AND EVENTS
DARGAVILLE SWIMMING CLUB
The following are days and times for winter training and coaching at the
Dargaville High School Pool:
Monday & Wednesday morning—6.30—7.30am with Lucy Heller.
Tuesday afternoon 4.00pm with Janet Froggatt. Wednesday evening 6.00—7.00pm
with Lucy Heller. Friday evening 6.00—7.00pm with Michelle House.
For further enquiries about the above phone Lucy 439 6534 or Michelle
439 7723 or Janet 439 8867.
On Saturday 2nd August Dargaville is having a day of fun, energy and inspiration
created by Kaipara Women for all women. Hopscotch is coming to town. There
will be workshops to attend, a lunch concert with guest speakers and performers,
a womens Expo in the afternoon. Look out for more information available
from 7th July at Dormavilla and Bags Plus.
DARGAVILLE KEA SCOUTS
Dargaville Kea Scouts meet each Thursday night at the Scout Hall, Onslow
Street. Open to both boys and girls, from 6 to 8 year olds. We meet to
have fun, enjoy stories, games and a lot of singing.
4pm to 5pm. For any inquiries please phone Linda (Rimu) 439 1858 evenings.
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