Karston Thot Bridge has reopened in both directions 24 hours a day.
McNair and McComb gate have resumed their usual left and right turn lanes at all times.
Be a part of National Walk or Ride your bide to school month.
Let’s enjoy our lovely weather and walk to avoid more cars on the road. It’s good for the environment and good for your health and helps you get to school on time. As parents we ask your help in getting your child to school every day on time. We have bike racks on both sides of the school and encourage you to lock your bike to the racks every day. Scooters are not allowed on campus. Protect your school and library books inside your backpack by putting plastic bags around them. Enjoy your walk!
Kids Vote Hawai’i
Available to all students in the state of Hawai’i to learn about our democratic process and vote. The website is www.kidsvotinghawaii.org. Explore the ballot together, visit the candidate and party links, and discuss the issues. Starting this coming week through November 6th they can go online and cast their own ballots. Once they push submit their votes will be recorded and announced on the news on KHVH as soon as polls close on November 6th.
Eth-No-Tec is coming on November 2 from 2:15 – 3:30.
Families are encouraged to enjoy this unique dramatic performance in the school cafeteria. Look for the flier and send back the bottom portion to RSVP for this kinetic storytelling event.
Mon. Oct. 22 School starts at 7:55 every day – get a tardy slip from office if you are late
Tues. Oct. 23 Jamba Juice & Book Swap - $2.25 for 8oz smoothie. Exchange old books
Wed. Oct. 24 Report Cards distributed
Thurs. Oct. 25 2nd grade field trip
Fri. Oct. 26 Chaperone Training in P14 at 8:00am
Sat. Oct. 27 ANNUAL PUMPKIN CARVIN FESTIVAL GOES WINDWARD
The Pumpkin Carving Festival has found a new home at Windward Mall. This annual event is a tradition to kickoff the Fall season, with families gathering together to carve pumpkins for the holidays. Windward Mall is the location for families to enjoy quality time together in a festive atmosphere. Michigan Master Carver, Pumpkin Ed, will again be at the Festival carving his 1,000 lb. giants. Pumpkin Ed was a huge hit with our families last year. Come and watch him create his whimsical characters, then have their photos taken with these giant pumpkins. For more information, please visit www.pumpkincarvingfestival.org or call 422-1213.
Families can make their reservations and pre-purchase their packages on the website. Each package ($35 for family of four) includes a medium size pumpkin, a carving kit (scooper, mini saw/paring knife), gloves and stencils, and a reserved work table. Seating times are 10 a.m., 1 p.m., or 4 p.m. Each seating is limited to the first 250 families.