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Thursday, September 18, 2014

9/19 - 9/26

Federal Impact Aid forms have gone home to all our families.  Please complete a form for each of your children and return them to your child's teacher.  We need to return a form for each child enrolled at Hale Kula.

Your trash could be our treasure on Oct. 3 as we inspire, imagine, build, play and share at the 2nd Annual Cardboard Challenge.  Bring your donations to P14
Accepting donations. Please make sure all items are clean
paper towel rolls
TP rolls 
empty food containers
lei plastic containers
cereal boxes
Kleenex boxes
shoe boxes
egg cartons
small balls
any sort of round hoop
cardboard boxes of all types

Parents are encouraged and invited to attend the Cardboard Challenge on Oct. 3 with their child’s class. Each grade level comes to the field for 45 minutes to play and build from cardboard and other recycled items. Parents can help build and write names on creations
4th Grade        8:15 – 9:00
3rd Grade        9:15 – 10:00
2nd Grade       10:15 – 11:00
5th Grade        11:05 – 11:50
1st Grade        12:15 – 1:00
kinder             1:15 – 2:00

Fall Festival is coming on November 1 from 1pm – 5pm. There will be games and bouncers, entertainment and a costume parade (last chance to wear your costume) and so much more. We hope all families come to have some fun. 
If you are a vendor with a home based business this could be a great venue to sell your items. Look for flier in next Wed. Folder for more info. Hale Kula Parents have 1st priority. 
We will also have a chili cook off. Full rules and sign up info. in next Wed. Folder.
Fri. Sept. 19        School wide evacuation drill at 8:30. Wear good walking shoes, it’s ½ mile walk each way
Kona Ice Truck on campus afterschool and Friday Store in P14 and wear your bear to receive free bag of popcorn to ‘feed the bears’

Sat. Sept. 20       Leilehua Band Craft Fair in the school cafeteria from 9am – 2pm. Many vendors, food booths, entertainment, raffles Call 305-3054

Sat. Sept. 20       Day for Kids by Boys and Girls Club from 10am – 2pm. At school age center (corner of Lyman & Hewitt) Fun, entertainment and prizes

Sat. Sept. 20       Annual Waikiki Ho’olaule’a along Kalakaua Ave from 7pm – 10pm. FREE. The 62nd Annual Aloha Festivals Waikiki Ho’olaule’a features live Hawaiian music, hula, crafts, cuisine and more 
Students will be coming to D4 to preview the Book Fair all week long. They will come home with wish list of books they would like to read. Next week students will return during the school day and after school to purchase.

Mon. Sept. 22      SCC Town Hall Facebook Meeting 6pm – 7pm. From the comfort of your home computer or phone you can contribute your ideas to this online discussion.

Tues. Sept. 23     Fall Picture Taking for half the school
                      Field Trip for kindergarten to HTY
                      Fall Festival planning meeting 1pm in P14

Wed. Sept. 24     Fall Picture Taking for half the school

Thurs. Sept. 25    10th Annual Cross Country Invitational at Watts Field 9-11
                      ½ of 3rd grade goes on field trip to Tropic Lightning museum

Fri. Sept. 26        Chaperone Training at 8am in P14

½ of 3rd grade goes on field trip to Tropic Lightning museum

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