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Thursday, October 24, 2013

10/26 - 11/2

            School Lunch menu changes:  (switching 10/29 & 30 menus)
10/29 -  Creole Macaroni    &  10/30 -  Chicken Nuggets on shredded cabbage

Needed: Adult Lunch Room Supervisors ... 1.5 to 2 hours per day ... $8.00 per hour ... We have 5 of our 6 lunch supervisors PCSing between January and July so would like to interview & select sooner so that incoming supervisors have a chance to sub a few times in order to get familiar with the procedures before they take over full time.  Please call in for an interview ~  Thank you very much, Agnes Leinau, Vice Principal, 808-622-6380 ext 225

The Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) Military Mentoring Program supports
children ages 9-17 of active-duty military personnel of all branches and
components including National Guard and Reserve. Youth referred to the
program do not need to be from a single parent home like the traditional Big Brothers Big Sisters Program. Studies show that 84% of children involved in the program increase self-confidence and 57% increase in overall academic performance. For more information and to make a youth or adult volunteer referral, please contact Jeff Mullis at or 808-695-4554.

Future Flight Hawaii family exploration program. Parents and their children join together in a unique mission team to explore science in a 2 day weekend program. Eligibility: students in grades 2, 3, 4, 5 (as of Jan. 1, 2014) and one parent. Session 2014F is June 7-8, 2014 at University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu. Sat. 8:30 – 3:45 and Sunday 8:30 – 3pm. Tuition is $290 for one child and one accompanying adult (includes: science supplies and tools, future flight T shirts, lunches on both days. Enrollment is presently being accepted. or 934-7261

Haunted Dole Plantation Oct. 12 – Oct. 31. Featuring a haunted house with 13 plantation curses from 10am – 3pm daily. Nighttime scares from 7pm – 11pm on Fridays and Saturdays are the Trail of Terror maze. Nightmare Express train and special haunted house fright nights. Tickets cost $13. at the door. Visit or
Pumpkin Festival at Aloun Farms Oct. 26 & 27  8:30 – 5pm. Free hayrides all day.  Self pick your own pumpkin. Live entertainment. $2.00 admission (kids under 2 are free)  677-9516 or
Sat. Oct. 26        Wahiawa Botanical Garden 11am – 2pm FREE Bring your picnic basket and wear a costume, you may win a prize. You may bump into Hansel and Gretel or Cinderella or other storybook characters strolling thru the garden

Sun. Oct. 27        Kids Fest at Bishop Museum 10am – 2pm a FREE fun family event. Registration commences at 9:30. Health and wellness workshops, free admission to the Bishop Museum, entertainment from clowns with balloons, free snacks 522-3469

Mon. Oct. 28      School Community Council Meeting 3pm in the library

Tues. Oct. 29      4th Grade field trip to Honolulu Theatre for Youth
                      Chaperone Training at 1:30pm in P14

Wed. Oct. 30      BYOP – 6pm – 7:30pm in the cafeteria. Families bring your own pumpkin and we all carve our own pumpkin. Weigh your pumpkin and check out some spooky stations.

Thurs. Oct. 31      Halloween Kindergarten Parade at 1:15. Change into costumes after lunch

Fri. Nov. 1          Every Friday School Store in P14 afterschool – Nothing over $1.00

Sat. Nov. 2         Leeward Discovery Fair 9am – 3pm. The family-oriented day includes food booths, plant sales and entertainment Admission is free, with ample free parking. Interactive learning activities for the entire family. Mock crime scene investigation, forensic puzzle to be solved.

Sat. Nov. 2         Family Sports Day at Stoneman Athletic Field, Schofield from 9am – 1pm. Sports stations and information booths. Football, soccer, golf, obstacle course, softball, basketball, track & field. Open to all military families. Youth must be accompanied by an adult. 655-4ACS or 

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