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Thursday, November 21, 2013

11 / 22 - 11 / 30


A huge MAHALO to our Hale Kula faculty, staff, parents, and volunteers who made the first Fall Festival in five years a huge success!! Without all of you none of this would have been possible! Through your donations, hard work, and time, the Hale Kula PTO was able to raise over $3,000 for the school!!!

If you will be transferring to another duty station or moving into another school district please contact the office so that we may have a release packet ready on your child's last day.  We ask for 2 weeks notice so we can gather this info and teachers have time to do a report card.

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
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Fri. Nov. 22        Friday School Store in P14 afterschool – Nothing over $1.00

Sat. Nov. 23        39th Annual Mayors Craft and Country Fair at the Blaisdell Center Exhibition hall 9am – 2pm Free admission. Lions club collects used glasses. Country pies and cookies, jams and preserves contest. 973-7258

Sat. Nov. 23        Holiday Plant and Craft Sale at Lyon Arboretum 9am – 2pm free admission. 988-0456

Sat. Nov. 23 & Sun. Nov 24     Island Heritage Holiday Warehouse sale is at 94-411 Kaoki Street in Waipahu. Sat. 7am – 3pm and Sun. 8am – 2pm. Featuring up to 75% off gifts, books, T shirts and more.  welcometotheislands.com or 564-8800

Mon. Nov. 25      Complex Volleyball tournament at Leilehua. 4th and 5th graders on our team

Tues. Nov. 26      Jamba Juice buy 8oz smoothies for $2.25. & Book Swap for kids books

Wed. Nov. 27      School is out at 1:10 every Wednesday

Thurs. Nov. 28     NO SCHOOL – Happy Thanksgiving

Fri. Nov. 29        NO SCHOOL –Go shopping or avoid it, the choice it yours

                      Helemano Farms opens its annual sale of Norfolk island pine Christmas trees (from $40 - $100). On Whitmore Avenue. Helemanofarms.com

Sat. Nov. 30        Haleiwa Art Walk from 5pm – 9pm in Haleiwa town. Featuring sales, activities and events hosted by dozens of merchants 637-4558

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