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, 3rd September, 2003
3rd September—DPS Cross Country & NW Speech Competition
8th—12th September-Book Week
10th September—Selwyn Park Rugby/Netball Challenge
16th—NW Cross Country
13th October—Y6 visit to DIS
NEXT WEEK IS BOOKWEEK
Parents Day is Tuesday 9th September. We hope you will be able to come
along to school on Tuesday to observe the reading lessons taking place,
to wander through the school and to visit our book display. You may even
like to bring your lunch and have it with the children. Lessons will be
held at the following times, but you need not restrict yourself to these
9.15—10.30 Rooms 2,4,5
9.20—10.00 Room 17
9.20—10.30 Rooms 8,13
9.30—10.30 Rooms 3,1,2
10.45—11.30 Room 16
11.00—12.00 Rooms 6,7,9, 10 & 18
Room 10 would appreciate any 3 litre juice bottles you may have to plant
their bean plants in.
Garage Sale—thank you to all who helped out with this, another successful
garage sale with $1300 raised and many a bargain sold.
Fashion Show—We are holding this major fundraising event on the
20th September at the lighthouse. What better way for all the deserving
mothers to support our school than with a night of entertainment with
friends. Prepare to be pampered with over $500 of spot prizes and a delicious
supper. Celebrating the arrival of summers fashion plus more. Tickets
are on sale from the school office. Anyone who would like to be involved
in this event by helping decorate, prepare food or model please get in
touch with Heidi, Sue, Eileen or any of the committee. Funds from this
event will be used for classroom resources plus our contribution towards
covered walkways for Rooms 16, 17 and 18.
BOOK WEEK COSTUME HIRE
Costumes are available for hire from Sue Fowlie, 203 Victoria St. Ph 439
6128 evenings. I will be open for business on the 8, 9, 10 & 11 September
from 4pm to 6pm. Due to work commitments I will not be available before
“No added sugar” fruit juices and dried fruits are high in
natural sugar and can be damaging to your teeth. Limit sweet drinks and
dried fruit to meal times, water is best between meals.
Anne & Mere.
On the 16th September the middle syndicate are going on a visit to Delta
Welcome to Mellaina Christie who will be the new entrant teacher for Term
4. She will be based in Room 15.
OTHER NEWS AND EVENTS.
WEARABLE ART COMPETITION
The Rotary Club of Dargaville are wanting any children or adults interested
in entering their wearable art competition to collect an entry form from
the school office. It is for wacky, way out and novel creations either
glued, stapled and sewn together. Creations will be modeled at the Dargaville
Town Hall on Thursday 16th October 2003, commencing at 7.00pm.
BAPTIST JUNIOR YOUTH GROUP
Saturday 13th September. Waiwera Hot Pools. Leave from the Baptist Church
at 12.30pm, arrive home approx 10pm. Cost $22.00 per student and $25.0
per adult. We will be traveling by bus (44 seats to fill). A permission
form will need to be signed by a guardian before any student can come
on this trip. These forms will be available soon. We will be having a
barbeque tea and some food will need to be supplied by the students.
NW JUNIOR CRICKET AGM
This includes Kiwi Cricket. To all parents/caregivers of children aged
5 years through to Form 2. Do you have a child or children who would like
to play Saturday morning cricket this season? If so we urge you to attend
our annual general meeting on Tuesday 16th September, 7.00pm at the Memorial
Park Kiosk. For cricket to continue your support is vital, knowledge of
the game is not essential but your support is.
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