Term Dates 2020 Term 1 Mon 3rd Feb – Thurs 9th April Term 2 Tues 28th April – Fri 3rd July Term 3 Mon 20th July – Fri 25th Sept Term 4 Mon 12th Oct – Mon 14th Dec (mid-day) – TBC
FEBRUARY 28 – 9.00am – Assembly
MARCH 11-13 – Year 5 & 6 Camp 13 – 9.00am – Assembly 16 – LZ2 – Sheepworld 17 – 12.30pm – LZ3 and LZ4 Swim sports 18 – 12.30pm – LZ2 Swim Sports 19 – 9.30am – Year 5-6 Swim Sports at Stanmore Bay Leisure center 20 – 9.00am – Assembly 24 – 1.45 – 6.45pm – Teacher/parent interviews – School closes at 1.00pm 26 – 9.30am – HBC Cluster Swimming sports at Northern Arena 27 – CULTURE DAY
APRIL 2 – 9.30am – Ultimate Frisbee Year 5/6 Cluster tournament – Metro Park 8 – 9.00am – Year 5/6 Cluster Softball tournament – Victor Eaves Park 9 – 2.00-pm – END OF TERM ASSEMBLY
STARS OF THE WEEK
LZ1 Jacob Prevezanos for focus and effort across the curriculum Briella Buchanan-Castillo for effort in reading Alyssa Mackie for effort in writing Mason Woolford for thoughful engagement at the Art Gallery
Values Benjamin Hogefjord -Responsible Mia Thomson Barber – Respect Harri Coggins – Responsible
LZ2 Amber Hazelwood for always be focused during independent working tasks and having a postive attitude to all work Frankie Teagle- Smith for always being positive about her writing and asking for help when she feels it is getting tricky Steven Baldwin for initiative when asking for an independent learning spot during writing workshops Lane Neal for creative and enthusiastic show don’t tell and extra writing Cooper Shriane for maturity, initiative and participation during writing workshops Taylor Barnes for being organised and ready for her workshops
Values Willem Bylevedlt -Resilient April Young – Respect Theia Cornes – Responsible LZ3 Xavier Grant for your contributions to our class discussions Emma George for always being a great role model Breeze Hackney for always having a positive attitude towards learning
Values Elea Lucas -Resilience Theo Jeune – Respect Zaavier Moore – Respect
LZ4 Theo Charlton for working hard with his reading Ruben Francis-Stead for showing the school values throughout all areas of learning Georgia Gillard for always trying her best and showing focused learning Vida Visaltanachoti for enthusiasm for learning
If you haven’t already paid your childs mathletics fee can you please do this by Friday otherwise your child will lose their log on. The $20 payment can be made at the office by Eftpos or cash or directly into the school bank account 12-3046-0199063-00
Bookings are now open 1:1 Teacher/Parent Interviews
Teacher/parent interviews will be held on Tuesday 24th March 1.45pm-6.45pm. Please go to the following link www.schoolinterviews.com.au and enter the event code rhcef to make a booking
Please download the new Dairy Flat App from the App Store or Play Store. Search for Kiwischools Connect. Install and choose Dairy Flat School. When prompted select – Subscribe to all
As Autumn and Winter will soon be upon us could we please ask for donations of boxes of tissues for use in the classroom, could you please drop them into the school office if you are in a postion to help – Thank you in advance.
If you have any unwanted ice-packs at home we would welcome any donations as we use them regularly in the sick-bay.
I am looking for some more junk for our Junk box!
Especially some form of sticks such as bamboo, fencing standards/posts.
Please see Mrs Committie in Room 6 if you have anything suitable
Fashion in the Field – A High Tea Affair – Tickets Now on Sale at the School Office: Saturday 4th April from 2-5pm. $40 per ticket including a glass of bubbles. Fashion show by Siren Boutique. Delicious treats prepared by Chef Kevin Blakeman. Silent auction with fabulous items available to purchase. Prizes for best-dressed and best-dressed table. Grab your girlfriends, sisters, mums, aunties, teammates and workmates for a great afternoon. All profits to PTA fundraising for school hall upgrades.
Food ingredients donations for High Tea: Flyers are coming home this week asking for food donations. Please donate what is asked for as this enables our wonderful volunteer chef, Kevin Blakemen, to prepare his planned menu. Everyone who donates goes into the draw to win a prize.
Silent auction donations: Do you own or work in a business that can donate goods, services or vouchers for the High Tea silent auction? If you are able to help out please contact Sarah Richardson: [email protected]
Manuka Blend Honey $40 for 1kg is available for sale from the school office. Cash or EFTPOS. All profits to PTA fundraising for school hall upgrades.
Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon
Sunday 22 March
Manly Park, Whangaparaoa
Open to ages 6-15
Early bird entries close 1 March
Join the Dairy Flat School team when entering online