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Thursday, September 25, 2014

9/26 - 10/3

Bus Riders
Bus payments for Quarter 2 are being accepted in the office. 
Fees are:  $72.00/round trip; $36.00/one-way; $12.50 per sheet of 10 coupons. 
For passes we can accept checks (to Department of Education) or cash, but cash only for coupons.   Please bring exact amount.  Mahalo!

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

Fall Festival is coming on November 1 from 1pm – 5pm.  Accepting vendor applications with payment in P14. For a copy of the application email or stop by P14
Fri. Sept. 26        Chaperone Training at 8am in P14
½ of 3rd grade goes on field trip to Tropic Lightning museum

Sat. Sept. 27       Keiki Carnival at Kapolei Commons 10am – noon free. Featuring carnival games, clowns, jugglers, face painting, a climbing wall, contest, giveaways and more.

Mon. Sept. 29      School starts at 7:55 – be in your seat in class ready to learn

Tues. Sept. 30      Chaperone Training in P14 at 8am

Wed. Oct. 1        Super Eagle Assembly at 8:30am - 9:30am in back of the school
                      ½ of 1st grade Field Trip to Kahuku Farms

Thurs. Oct. 2       Breakfast with my Soldier for I1, I2, I3, I4 in the cafeteria (BYOB)
                      ½ of 1st grade Field Trip to Kahuku Farms
                       Dominos Pizza fundraiser – order from Dominos on post all day long

Fri. Oct. 3          Cardboard Challenge. Grade levels come to the field to imagine, build, play
                               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

Sat & Sun Oct. 4 & 5    40th Annual Honolulu Intertribal Powwow. 10am – 5pm at Thomas Square Park at 925 S. Beretania St. Honolulu. FREE. Native Dancing, Drumming and singing, fry bread and Indian tacos, Native American arts and crafts and more.
School is out for intercession break from Oct. 6 – 13. School Returns on Oct. 14.

Hale Kula!
Please book mark the Hale Kula Library website so you and your family can access online resources and see the research projects students are doing in the library.  The Online Resources link connects you with electronic books and databases appropriate for a range of ages.  Tumble Books is a collection of online, animated picture books.  PebbleGo! has videos and text on science and social studies topics for Kindergarten thru third grade.  World Almanac Online connects students to information about important events, people, animals, countries and more.  All resources can be accessed from the library website, with the username: halekula and the password: eagles

FREE Online math & science tutoring. Available to ALL Hawaii Dept. Of Education students K – 12 Monday – Friday 9am – 10pm. Sunday 5pm – 10pm.  click on Enter Tutoring Room. No login or password required. Just sign in using your first name. For more information: or 808-956-3714

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