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Thursday, January 31, 2013

2/1 - 2/9


Lunch supervisors
Aloha, Once again we are looking for lunch supervisors both permanent and substitutes.  Lunch supervisors work either an hour and a half shift or a two hour shift both at $8.00 per hour.  If you are interested but aren't familiar with our cafeteria, I strongly encourage you to sit through our lunch block 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM in order to see what the lunch supervisors are responsible for.   If this looks like a job you are ready, willing, and able to tackle, please leave your name and phone number at the Main Office to schedule an interview.  Thank you, Agnes Leinau, Vice Principal 622-6380 ext 225

Feb. 6 – March 19 visit any Foodlnd or Sack N Save and designate Leilehua High school ( code #7566) Then every time you shop with your Maikai’i Card you earn points for Leilehua to earn money toward scholarships.

Dream car art contest. Toyota Hawaii is looking for young artists to hand-draw their dream cars. Entry forms are available online at toyotahawaii.com. Submissions can be turned in at any Toyota dealer in the state or mailed in. Entries must be submitted by Mon. 2/25/13

Wordsworth Poe-tree contest: Kids should write a poem that celebrates their favorite tree. Send entries ATTN: Wordsworth’s Poe-TREE Contest to wordsworth@bookshawaii.net. Each entry must include the child’s name, age and grade, school, hometown and parent/guardian contact information and signature. Entries must be received by 3/1/13.
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Fri. Feb. 1           2nd Grade Field Trip to Museum of Art – B2, D3
                      Dominos for dinner- Order from the Dominos on post and Hale Kula benefit$

Fri. Feb. 1           Chinese New Year block Party and First Friday celebration. Fire dancers, Chinese new year stories and traditions and more. Downtown Honolulu at Maunakea and Beretania streets and surrounding area.

Mon. Feb. 4        School starts at 7:55. It is very important to be on time every day

Tues. Feb. 5        Chaperone Training at 8am in P14

Wed. Feb. 6        School is out at 1:30 every Wednesday

Thurs. Feb. 7      

Fri. Feb. 8          School Store in P14 after school every Friday – nothing over $1.00

Sat. Feb. 9         Casino Night at Leilehua High School from 6pm – 10pm in the cafeteria. This fund raiser for the Band is an annual tradition with a silent auction. Admission is $30.  at the door to receive your money to gamble with, also prize drawings, pupus, live music and fun.

Sunday, January 27, 2013

Blended Learning Meeting Wednesday!

Parents of 3rd & 4th graders:

Looking for a new opportunity for your child?  One that will give your child specialized attention, experience working with technology and opportunities to collaborate with his/her peers?  Consider Blended Learning!

You are invited to an informational meeting on Wednesday, January 30 at 8:00 a.m.  Please RSVP

To find out more about Hale Kula's Blended Learning Program, click on this link:  http://halekulablendedlearning.weebly.com/

Friday, January 25, 2013

1/26 - 2/1


Every year, the Wahiawa Nikkei Civic Association brings people together to celebrate the cherry blossom season with this cultural event
       “25th Annual WNCA Sakura Matsuri”     
       Saturday, January 26, 2013  
       7:00-9:00 PM Wahiawa Hongwanji Hall
       1067 California Ave. Donations $5.00   Door prizes!   
       Sakura plants give-away!
       Call for tickets – Rene @ (808) 291-6151
Their mission is to promote and perpetuate the Japanese culture and language and the Sakura Matsuri program is an evening featuring local talent in Japanese songs, dance, and a variety of performances. Refreshments by Nakayoshi Kai Club of Leilehua  You must have a world famous KC Waffle Dog!
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Mon. Jan. 28       4th Grade Field Trip to Plantation Village

Tues. Jan. 29       Jamba Juice buy 8oz smoothies for $2.25. & Book Swap for kids books. After school outside the cafeteria.
                      2nd Grade Field Trip to Museum of Art – B3, D2, G1

Wed. Jan. 30       Chaperone Training in P14 at 8:00 am

Thurs. Jan. 31      Boxtop 4 Education & Tyson & Campbells Pick up from classrooms
                      4th Grade Field Trip to Plantation Village
                      2nd Grade Field Trip to Museum of Art – B4, D1

Fri. Feb. 1           2nd Grade Field Trip to Museum of Art – B2, D3
                      Dominos for dinner- Order from the Dominos on post and Hale Kula benefit$

Friday, January 18, 2013

1/20 - 1/25


Cookbook Contest
Hale Kula celebrated our 50th birthday by creating a cookbook. Recipes were collected from students, teachers and parents. We only have 39 books left for the bargain price of $9.00 each. We have a contest that runs until all cookbooks are gone. The classroom with the most sales gets a popsicle party. To purchase a cookbook, email armyjeans@msn.com leave your name, contact number, how many cookbooks and child’s classroom number. 

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Sun. Jan. 20        Family Sunday: The Perfect 10 at Honolulu Museum of Art 900 S. Beretania St.  11am – 3pm children can create kaleidoscopes or paper wallets. Enjoy entertainment from Chuck James music studio and more. There will also be a drawing contest.

Mon. Jan. 21        NO SCHOOL – Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Tues. Jan. 22       Kindergarten Field Trip to the Honolulu Zoo

Wed. Jan. 23       Report Cards go home to students

Thurs. Jan. 24     Sort it out Assembly for 1st – 4th grades
                      McDonalds fundraiser for Wahiawa Middle School 5pm – 8pm in Wahiawa

Fri. Jan. 25         Chaperone Training in P14 at 8:00am

Friday, January 11, 2013

1/12 - 1/18


T shirts are in P14
Show your school spirit and wear a Hale Kula blue T shirt every Wednesday and on field trips. Now there are sizes: extra small and small and medium and large for youth. There’s also a full size range of adult sizes. $10.00 for all sizes, cash or check payable to ‘Hale Kula PTO’. Available in room P14 at any time.

Walk or bike to school benefits
There are so many good reasons to walk or bike to school daily. With the current construction traffic & daily PT, you can probably get here faster with less stress. Great exercise for the whole family. Lucky we live Hawai’i and don’t have snow and severe weather. Take advantage of your stay in Hawai’i and make a point of walking to school, thankful that you are not forced to drive due to inclement weather.  Excessive tardies are challenging to a students education, you control your time better by walking. Parking is a nightmare, there I said it, so avoid it by walking.

Edline Parent Code
       If you did not receive your Edline parent code to access certain information on the school web page (www.halekula.k12.hi.us), please email Principal Iwase at jan_iwase@notes.k12.hi.us and she will send you the letter with your code. 

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Sat. Jan. 12        Hawai’i State Art Museum offers ‘Second Saturday with Quala Lynn Young: Tear it up’. Use simple materials with a teaching artist to make a multimedia collage. FREE from 11am – 3pm at 250S. Hotel St. 2nd floor (next to Iolani Palace) Museum is always free and open Tues – Sat. from 10am – 4pm.

Mon. Jan. 14        Chaperone Training in P14 at 8:00am

Tues. Jan. 15              School starts at 7:55 every day – get a tardy slip from office if you are late

Wed. Jan. 16              Buddy Pictures for yearbook. $1.00 for each person in pic. After school by office

Thurs. Jan. 17      Buddy Pictures for the yearbook. $1.00 per person. During each grades recess

                      ACS offers Anger Awareness classes for adults to equip you with many useful techniques to help cope with your feelings of anger and assist your temper control efforts. Classes monthly every 3rd Thursday 3pm – 4pm Schofield ACS building 2091. For information or to resister call 655-0613 or online at himwr.com

Fri. Jan. 18         Buddy Pictures for yearbook. $1.00 per person. Afterschool by P14 (school store)
              Lovenotes in the Yearbook –final deadline to turn in $5 and email picture to halekulapto@hotmail.com This is a chance to write a personal message to your child in the yearbook.

Friday, January 4, 2013

1/7/13 - 1/11/13


McComb Gate construction and closure:
Give yourself enough time to get to school on time. The construction for the next few months will have added traffic at McNair Gate and on the roads of Schofield.


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Mon. Jan. 7        School Community Council Meeting 3:00pm – 5:00pm in the library

Tues. Jan. 8        School starts at 7:55 every day – get a tardy slip from office if you are late

Wed. Jan. 9        School is out at 1:30 every Wednesday

Thurs. Jan. 10      Chaperone Training in P14 at 10:00am

Fri. Jan. 11          School Store in P14 after school every Friday that it is not raining – nothing over $1.00