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Friday, April 11, 2014

4/11 - 4/19

Lunch Room supervisors: Several of our lunch room supervisors will be leaving us at the end of this school year.  We are currently in need of substitutes who will be able to become full time in August.  There are two shifts 1.5 hours and 2 hours per day.  Pay is $8.00 per hour.  Please stop by the office and leave your name and phone number for Mrs. Leinau to schedule an interview.  Thank you.

The Hope Garden is competing for a grant of 10,000 - 20,000  dollars.  Most votes get the garden to the final judging.  Please help by voting every single  day from today until April 21st. copy past this link in browser

Fri. April 11 JPO Competition - Good Luck Eagles

Fri. April 11 Wheeler Elementary School is honored to present:
Dr. Lori Leyden of Project LIGHT-Rwanda And the Tapping Solution Foundation  from 2:30-4:30pm In Wheeler Elementary School’s Transition Center-Rm. B202
We are very happy to welcome Dr. Lori Leyden to Wheeler Elementary School! She will be giving a free workshop to teach a very simple, easy, and beneficial technique (or what I like to call a “wellness tool”) called “Tapping” that helps to release stress, anxiety, or stuck negative energy. If you would like to learn this technique for yourself and/or your students, please RSVP with Rema Eltringham, PCNC Facilitator at Wheeler El., at or call 622-6400 or 342-1820.

Sat. April 12 THE AUTISM SOCIETY OF HAWAII PRESENTS: SENSORY FRIENDLY FILMS – STATEWIDE!!! Rio2 at 10:00 amOahu Dole Cannery  Free for the first 75 children at each site! ‘Sensory Friendly Films’ are where the lights are little more raised, the sounds are a bit softer, there’s an acceptance of quirky, ‘stimming’ behaviors and there’s an allowance of Gluten Free Casein Free snacks.  This accommodates sensory sensitivities that many children on the spectrum may have.  Parent tickets will cost $7.50
Sat. April 12 Leilehua High School Going Green Day from 9am – 1pm. Turn trash into cash for community programs. Collecting: scrap metal, bicycles, computers, printers, scanners, used household cooking oil, batteries of all kinds, used eye glasses, prom dresses, pet food, towels, etc. Also collecting canned goods to support the Hawaii Food Bank.

Mon. April 14 Chaperone Training in P14 at 8;00am
5TH grade Field Trip to Bishop Museum for A2, P17, F4

Tues. April 15 Purple Up – wear Purple today to support month of the military child

Wed. April 16 RAP last session – Families come to school 5:30 – 7:45. Dinner served and families read to

Thurs. April 17 Breakfast with my Soldier for these classes only E1, E2, E3
                        Poem in Your Pocket – Carry a poem in your pocket to share
                        5th Grade Field Trip to Bishop Museum for A1, A3, P13

Fri. April 18 NO SCHOOL – Good Friday 

Sat. April 19 What: Mauka to Makai Environmental ExpoWhen:  9 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Waikiki Aquarium In celebration of Earth Month, the City and County of Honolulu’s Department of Environmental Services and the Hawaii State Department of Health present the 7th annual Mauka to Makai Environmental Expo.The free expo will have interactive booths to showcase programs that preserve and protect Hawaii’s environment, including demonstrating rain gardens. The expo promotes the importance of keeping O‘ahu’s streams and stormwater runoff free of pollution, from the mountaintops to the ocean. Popular morning radio deejay, Maleko of Star 101.9 will emcee. Todd Cullison, executive director of Hui o Koolaupoko, will give three talks.Activities include hands-on displays; picture taking with Apoha, the oopu, and friends; water pollution prevention information; Everday Clean Water Hero award medals; activity books and ocean-related arts and crafts for keiki. Families will receive passport booklets to be stamped upon visiting the booths. The first 500 families to complete the stamps in their passport booklet will receive a free native Hawaiian plant, courtesy of Hawaiian Electric Company. Drawings will be made at 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. for water-related prizes, including family passes to the Waikiki Aquarium. Food will be available for purchase. Complimentary water stations will be provided by Aloha Water for guests who bring refillable bottles. Surgeonfish feeding will be featured. The surgeonfish being bred at the Aquarium, are valuable to Hawaii’s ecosystem for their potential role in feeding on invasive algae.The event co-sponsors are the City and County of Honolulu’s Department of Environmental Services and Hawaii State Department of Health. Waikiki Aquarium is an event partner. Free parking and shuttles are available at Waikiki Elementary School beginning at 8:45 a.m.

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