April Parent Bulletin is on our school website and you can click this link to see it. http://www.halekula.k12.hi.us/pages/Hale_Kula_Elementary_School/Parents/Parent_News/Parent_Bulletin
The Hope Garden is competing for a grant of 10,000 - 20,000 dollars. Please help by voting every single day from today until April 21st. copy and past this link in browser http://www.seedsofchangegrant.com/
Lost & Found: Outside of the cafeteria, nearest the playground, is a table overflowing with lost/found items .... mostly jackets, sweaters, water bottles, and lunch boxes. Every year in May the school donates whatever is left on the lost and found table to the Base Thrift Store. If your child is missing any of these items please check the lost and found table and help yourself. Happy hunting ;-)
Butterfly Conservatory at Pearlridge Center, Downtown Center Court through April 19 from 10am – 5pm. Features hundreds of living butterflies, free for keiki under age 8 with a paying adult of $3.00 pearlridgeonline.com
Sat. & Sun April 5-6 Hawaiian Scottish Festival and Highland Games at Ala Moana Beach Park, McCoy Pavilion from 9am – 5pm. $1.00 admission. The 33rd annual festival features bagpipes and highland dance competition, celtic foods and crafts for purchase and much more 780-8810
Sat. April 5 Yard Sale Mania on Schofield
Sat. April 5 Kendama Tournament at Praise Chapel – 1203 Whitmore Ave across from the park. Registration 10am Fee: $4.00. tournament starts @noon. 753-8314
Mon. April 7 School starts at 7:55 every day. Being on time is very important.
Tues. April 8 Chaperone Training in P14 at 8:00am
Wed. April 9 Report Cards distributed
Thurs. April 10 Breakfast with my Soldier for these classes only D1, D2, D3
Fri. April 11 JPO Competition
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
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 Rema_Eltringham@notes.k12.hi.us 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