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Week 2 – 24th October 2019

TERM DATES 2019 
Term 4  Mon 14th Oct – Wed 18th Dec
Ag Day – 19 Oct
Labour Day – 28 Oct

Important Dates
October
27 – 9am – 3pm – Library Visit for Book Week
28 – Labour Day – School Closed

November
1 – South Kaipara Group
4 – PHOTOLIFE – Portraits & Sibling Photos
7 – 9am-2.30pm – Year 5/6 Cricket Cluster tournament
15 – 9am-2.30pm – School Athletics day
19    Rain Saved Day
18 – Kids 4 Kids Choir, Bruce Mason Centre
19 – LZ1SG & LZ2 Yr 5’s – Russell Coutts sailing
22 – LZ1PJ & LZ2 Yr5’s – Russell Coutts sailing
22 – 9.30am-2pm – Te Kotahitanga, Orewa Nth
26 –  Year 5/6 Athletics cluster
28 – Rain saved day
29 – 5.30-7.30pm – PTA Disco

December
3 – LZJF & LZ2 Yr 5’s Russell Coutts sailing
10 – Final Assembly – 1.30pm
13 – Leavers Lunch 12.00pm
18 – End of Term 4

STARS OF THE WEEK
LZ1

Pippa Lloyd – For excellence in 'moment in time' writing
Preston Brook – For excellent effort and improvement in his 'moment in time' writing.
Juandre Barnard – Effort in writing and maths
Kaisey McHool – Effort in writing
Alex Sutherland – For improved effort in writing
Andrew Lucas – For making good choices in group work – remaining focused

VALUES
Maria Walker Kinnell – Resilience
Emma Milton – Respect
Brooke Williams – Resilience

LZ2
Tyler West – For completing all learning tasks to the best of his ability. We are really impressed with the sense of pride and effort you are putting in to your learning
Kyro Matene – Welcome back Kyro! It is so nice to see the old Kyro back, happy and enjoying learning. What a great start to Term 4!Charlie Tobin – For your participation in Ms Ryder's Reading Group.

VALUES
Noah Magennis – Responsible
Alanys Lusby-Garcia – Respect
April Young – Resilience

LZ3
Daniel Robertson – For effort and attitude towards all curriculum areas
Carter Williams – For starting off term 4 with a positive attitude
Eva Cotter – For having a 'can do' attitude towards all your learning

VALUES
Henry Blakeman – Resilience
Ella Van Den Heever – Respect
Steven Baldwin – Resilience

LZ4
Rylan McGregor – Consistently trying his best in class
Daniel Poulter – Making an effort in his reading
Dayton Rata – For being focused and working hard in all areas of the classroom
Caleb Cartmell-Rogers – Effort in reading
Carson Turner – Showing enthusiasm towards all learning

VALUES
Riley Malligan – Responsible
Millie Ross – Responsible
Breeze Hackney – Respect
Kasper Nielsen – Responsible
Emily Good-Charalampus – Resilience

A huge thank you to our PTA and their famiies for the massive amount of work they put in to make the annual Ag Day Event such a great success, the money that the PTA annually raise goes towards much needed rescources for our school.

AG Day Round-Up

AG Day continues to be a great community event. With the rain holding off on Saturday the turn-out was fantastic.  The PTA would like to say a big thank you to everyone that came along and supported Dairy Flat School’s biggest fundraiser of the year! 

AG Day could not run as it did without the help of so many of our parents, grandparents, past parents, past pupils and judges giving up their time and skills to fill the rosters, help with set-up and clean-up, and much more.  Thank you!

A huge thank you to all our sponsors and donors, from the big to the small, every bit makes a difference!  Thank you for getting in behind our little school!

With the passing of both Charlie and Dalice Earwaker earlier this year we would once again like to thank the Earwaker family for their continued support of this event, in particular with the use of their farm for parking, and say thanks to three of Charlie and Dalice’s children Colleen, Steve and Lyn for coming along on the day to present the new Earwaker trophy for ‘Junior Lamb Runner Up’.

Funds raised this year will go towards upgrading the school hall, starting with the well overdue toilet upgrade.

Thank you all for your generous support!

Scholastic – Lucky Book Club – Issue 7

Christmas is coming and there are lots of great gifts ideas in this issue!.  Please get your cash or cheque orders into the office by Friday 1 November at 9 am.  Online orders also need to be done by then please. Cheques must be made out to Scholastic New Zealand.  If your order is a gift, please make this clear on your order form or check the gift box if ordering online.  You will be notified when the order arrives so you know to pick it up from the office.

 

Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon

Entries are now open for the 2020 Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon, to register as part of the Dairy Flat school group follow this link https://www.registernow.com.au/secure/Register.aspx?E=35585&G=100932

Event date: Sunday 22 March – Location: Hibiscus Coast

Early bird entries are open now until 1 March 2020

Splash and dash available for 6 and 7 year olds

TRYathletes need to be 7+

Further reminders to come out closer to the time.

LEGO FUN GROUP

Children can experience the joy of building and playing with Lego, along with others.

WHERE: Browns Bay Bahai Hall (just down from the Scout Hall), 712 Beach Road

WHEN: 2nd of November, then every Saturday (except 9th Nov)

TIME: 1.30 to 2.30pm

ENTRY: Gold Coin per child (to cover the cost of the plastic containers for the Lego and in the future for the purchase of more Lego).

TYPE OF LEGO: Chima, Ninjago, Friends, Star Wars, Lego Movie, Creator, City, etc

AGE GROUP: 6 to 11 years old{with parent/caregiver supervision}

South Kaipara Group Day

If you got a first, second or third ribbon for your Lamb or Goat and you would like to go to the inter school Ag day on Friday 1 November at Helensville Showgrounds, please send your child’s name, Year and animal type to elizmackay@xtra.co.nz by Friday 25 October.

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