Make up Picture Taking
Friday, November 9 is make up picture taking on the stage. If you started Hale Kula after September 19 then your picture will be taken for the yearbook. If you do not like the pictures that were taken the first time, then bring back the entire packet to school and the student will give it to Lifetouch and take a new picture. Your child should be able to tell photographer what was wrong with the first picture.
Dress Code Matters
Strapless or spaghetti straps or transparent tops are not ok unless another top is worn over or under. Straps on shirts must be 1 inch wide. Any clothing or accessories that are deemed unsafe, leave at home. Running shoes or flats are best at school. Students should not wear make up.
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!
Fri. Nov. 9 Make up picture taking from Lifetouch– If you don’t like your pictures, bring back the envelope to retake a new picture. Also students new since Sept. 19 be prepared to take your official yearbook photo.
Complex Volleyball Tournament – Good luck to our team
Buddy Pictures are casual pictures that will be in the yearbook standing with your friends. $1.00 for each person in the picture. During morning recess for 1st and 3rd and 5th grade. And after school for everyone next to P14.
Sat. Nov. 10 What: Voyage into Art! Who: The Art Bento Teaching Artists Hours: 10 am – 4 pm Activities: 11 am – 3 pm Where:The Hawai‘i State Art Museum
Bringing the Families of Hawai‘i Closer to the Arts - FREE Family Fun!
For more info on this and other HiSAM/HSFCA programs visit: www.hawaii.gov/sfca Look for the link to our monthly e-newsletter on the right side of the home page. Downtown streets aren’t crowded on the weekend, so walk, bike, take The Bus or drive to HiSAM on Second Saturday. ($3 flat-rate parking available across the street at Ali‘i Place; enter at 1099 Alakea St. Free parking available at City & County underground lot at Beretania and Alapa‘i. Meters at ‘Iolani Palace are $1 per hour - 4 hour maximum.)
Mon. Nov. 12 NO SCHOOL – Veterans Day Parade in Wahiawa on Calif. Ave. 10am – 11am
Tues. Nov. 13 4th Grade Field Trip to Iolani Palace and the state capitol
PTO General Membership Meeting in the Library afterschool – Everyone come
Wed. Nov. 14 Turkey Trot canned food drive – wear closed toe shoes, each grade level runs This is a Community Service activity to benefit Hawaii Foodbank. 8:00 to 12:00, Each grade level at their time, will come to the PE field and donate canned food. Then they will go around the course for 20 minutes to music.
Thurs. Nov. 15 4th Grade Field Trip to Iolani Palace and the state capitol
Fri. Nov. 16 Chaperone Training in P14 at 8:00am
School Store in P14 after school every Friday – nothing over $1.00