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Thursday, December 4, 2014

12/5 - 12/12

We are still missing about 100 Impact Aid Forms.  Please fill out the highlighted areas, sign and date then return to school the next day.  We need to have one for each student that is enrolled at Hale Kula.

Hale Kula Elementary School will celebrate The Hour of Code December 8-12.  Students in each grade level will complete one hour of code as part of this world wide initiative to bring attention to the importance of computer programming education.  Many students have their own log in to complete drag and drop coding tutorials at  Students can also create an app and artwork by using coding commands.  Visit the library website to learn more about coding and be sure to ask your son or daughter to show you the coding they've done!

Fri. Dec. 5          Volley ball tournament for 5th graders at Leilehua High School
                      Kindergarten gingerbread decoration in the cafeteria from 1pm – 2pm
                      Last Day for kids to shop at Holiday Shoppe in P14, NO ice cream sale today

Fri. Dec. 5          Wahiawa Santa Parade starts at 6:30pm. Parade starts at Ka’ala Elementary and goes up California Ave and ends at Longs parking lot. There are games and activities at the parades end.

Fri. Dec. 5          A Touch of Christmas at Kroc Center Kapolei 91-3257 Kualakai Pkwy 6pm – 8:30 pm. Free. Families can make their own gingerbread house and other festive activities including a live nativity, family crafts, snow, reindeer rides a photo booth and more.

Sat. Dec. 6         Ka’ala Elementary Holiday Extravaganza and Craft Fair. 130 California Ave. in Wahiawa, 8am – 1pm. Christmas gifts, crafts, plants and orchids, baked goods, omelet bar, fresh produce, entertainment, door prizes.

Sat. Dec. 6         Mililani March Christmas parade begins at 9am at Mililani High School, goes past Mililani Shopping Center and ends at Mililani Town center. Both centers plan holiday festivities around the parade call 722-6467

Mon. Dec. 8        5th grade field trip to Hawaii Youth Symphony

Tues. Dec. 9        1st grade field trip to Hawaii Youth Symphony

Wed. Dec. 10       Math Buster Bee for 3rd – 5th grade

Thurs. Dec. 11      Chaperone Training at 8am in P14

Fri. Dec. 12         Jingle Bell Run – All grades come to the field to run/walk. Donate $1. All donations go to benefit Wounded Warriors project.

Fri. Dec. 12         Leilehua High School front parking lot. Food Trucks and Food Vendors from 4pm – 7pm.  There will be delicious food from Hula Shrimp, Beyond Burgers, cupcakes, taco truck, Cajun guy, LHS Culinary Academy and more.

January5-9 Camps at Waialae Iki Park and Central Oahu Regional Park to Focus on Footwork and Technique
HONOLULU, HI - DATE - I Got Skills, which has run soccer camps in Hawaii for several years, announced that it will be conducting a New Year's Soccer Camp at Honolulu's Waialae Iki Park from January 5th through 9th. The New Year's Soccer Camp is geared to helping boy us and girls, aged 6-12 improve their footwork, technique, and moves to beat opponents. The goal is to help all participants improve their soccer skills and develop a higher level of confidence with the ball.
The New Year's Soccer Camps will be held from January 5th to 9th at Waialae Iki Park, and Central Oahu Regional Park from 9AM to 3PM. (Drop Off From 8:30am, Pick up till 3:30pm). I Got Skills registration will be $225. Every camper gets a camp t-shirt as part of the experience.

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