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Friday, September 21, 2012

9/24 - 10/9

Notice from the military re. the closure of Karsten Thot Bridge: 
DES is implementing the following gate closures and/or restrictions to alleviate traffic congestion from the Wahiawa Bridge closure:
 Lyman Gate: 
 To alleviate traffic congestion on Kunia Road, when turning right into Lyman Gate individuals will be directed to the right queue lane and then through the structure.  ID card holders to the left lane, visitors to the right lane.
 McNair Gate:
 McNair gate will be closed to traffic coming from Honolulu and turning left into McNair Gate from 0500-0900 M-F for the next six weeks. McNair gate's out bound lane turning left towards North Shore will be closed from 0500-0900 M-F for the next six weeks.

Federal Survey cards
Every child in the state was given a card and they must all be turned in. If you haven’t turned it in then you will receive another card next week. Please fill these out and return as soon as possible.

Winner of Prize drawing
Everyone that took Chaperone Training or updated their training last month was entered in a contest.  And the winner of the $10.00 Wal-Mart gift card is Megan Bennett.   Congratulations, stop by P14 to pick up your gift card.  (FYI this was printed in Sept. Parent Bulletin) Chaperone classes continue to be offered once a week throughout the entire school year. So any time you see it listed in Highlights or this Bulletin just come to P14 for a half hour to get trained.

School Bus Riders:  The office is accepting payment for Quarter 2.  The quarterly fees remain at:  $72.00 rt; $36 ow.  Checks should be addressed to:  Department of Education.  For current riders who pay by the quarter, bring in your bus pass to be punched.  Coupons are available at $12.50/sheet of 10 (cash only).  For questions about the bus, please call the school's office.

Book Fair Programs
Thanks to all the parents that bought classroom books from teacher wish lists. 276 books were purchased for our teachers during the Book Fair! 
Pass the Torch of Reading was a huge success thanks to your generous donations. The class with the most money raised was B2, Ms. Florexil, 2nd place was G1 Ms. Masumoto, 3rd place was H1 Ms. Dunham.

If you find out that you are leaving Hale Kula, let the office know immediately.  It takes time to process your exit paperwork.
Mon. Sept. 24      4th & 5th grade Parents Workshop from 8:00am – 9:15am in the cafeteria

Tues. Sept. 25      Chaperone Training at 1:30 in P14

Wed. Sept. 26      Complex Cross Country Competition at Watts Field at 9:00am

Thurs. Sept. 27    Super Eagle Assembly for the Quarter at 5:00 pm in the cafeteria

Fri. Sept. 28        Boxtop 4 Education & Tyson & Campbells Pick up from classrooms
                      Every Friday School Store open in P14 after school. Nothing over $1.00

Sat. Sept. 29       Craft Fair at Leilehua High School - food, drawings, vendors, music & more

October 1 – 5    All Hawai’i Department of Education Schools are out for Intercession Break

Mon. Oct. 8        NO SCHOOL – Columbus Day

Tues. Oct. 9        Students return to school for the 2nd Quarter

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