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Thursday, October 30, 2014

10/31 - 11/8

Fri. Oct. 31         Kindergarten Halloween parade starts at 1:15 goes around the school and ends in the big field in back of the school. Kindergarteners should wear regular clothes to school and bring costume to change into after lunch. No props that are weapons

                      4th grade field trip

No Friday store in P14 because of Halloween

Sat. Nov. 1    Fall Festival 1pm – 5pm in the back field. Make sure all Hale Kula students check in at the PTO booth to sign in and get credit – party for the class with most participation. All day entertainment on the stage and by the 25th ID band. Wear your costume and be a part of the costume parade at 3pm. Bouncers and games run by teachers and students - win prizes.  Start your holiday shopping with our independent vendors. Chili cook off- still accepting entries and everyone can taste and judge the homemade chili competing. Candy exchange - bring Halloween candy you don't like and exchange for candy you do want.
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Mon. Nov. 3        Math Fact Challenge family event in the cafeteria from 6pm – 8pm

Tues. Nov. 4        NO SCHOOL – Election Day

                      ACS Home Alone Safety Awareness class for ages 9 – 12 at Kalakaua Community Center from 9am – 12pm. Seating is limited, parent must sign up child prior to attending; call 655-4ACS or come by ACS building across from the Richardson Pool.

Wed. Nov. 5        Chaperone Training in P14 at 8 am

                      ACS & EFMP Family Sports Day from 12 noon – 4pm at Stoneman Athletic Complex. Youth must be accompanied by an adult. Sports stations and information booths; football, soccer, golf, obstacle course, softball, basketball and more. For more information call 655-4ACS

Thurs. Nov. 6       Parent Workshop on Resiliency and Coping skills in the cafeteria 1pm – 2pm

Fri. Nov. 7          Friday school store in P14 after school – nothing over $1.00


Sat. Nov. 8         Leilehua High School’s holiday Craft fair. 9am – 2pm in the cafeteria.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Belated Congratulations!

A belated congratulations to the First Quarter Staff and Volunteer nominees!  We are fortunate to have caring, giving people at Hale Kula who are truly making a difference for our school.  

Congratulations to all the first quarter staff nominees! The winner of a $50 Amazon gift card, selected via a random drawing is Educational Assistant Richelle Kai. Richelle is a caring person and thinks of all children as her own. We appreciate all she does for all of our students and staff at Hale Kula!

Congratulations to Jeri Duncan for being randomly selected as the First Quarter Volunteer of the Quarter!  Mrs. Duncan is in her second year as the PTO President and she also serves on the School Community Council.  Mrs. Duncan receives a $50 Amazon gift card as the Volunteer of the Quarter. Congratulations, Jeri Duncan!

We are accepting nominations for second quarter. If you would like to nominate someone, here are the links:
http://hoorayforvolunteers.blogspot.com/
http://hoorayforhalekulastaff.blogspot.com/






Friday, October 24, 2014

10/24 - 11/1


Fri, Sat, Sun        Seasons Best Craft fair at the Neal Blaisdell Center with over 260 booths. $3.00 admission and hours are Fri. 5pm – 9pm and Sat. 10am – 7pm and Sun. 10am – 5pm

Fri & Sat Oct. 24 & 25    Haunted Hospital at Health Clinic- pharmacy on Schofield presents Keiki Corner. Admission by donation from 7pm - 11pm. Games, candy, face paint, cupcakes

Sat. Oct. 25        'Slime' Wahiawa Shopping and Town Centers Halloween Fun Fest from 10:30 am – 1:30 pm. Offers a slime booth, Mad Science show, Stevo the clown, a costume contest, rides and more call 221-2774

Oct. 24, 25, 26 and Oct. 31     Dole Plantation presents, “Nightmare at Dole plantation 2” starting at 7pm. Includes haunted house, haunted train, labyrinth of killer clowns and a terror maze. Tickets cost $13. per attraction. Train rides cost $10. Dole-plantation.com

Sat Oct. 25        Town Center of Mililani’s Halloween Spooktacular – a costume contest for teens, keiki and pets with the categories of scariest, most creative and funniest, with games, keiki activities, pumpkin decorating and more 11am – 2pm at 95-1249 Meheula Pkwy 625-0108

Sat. Oct. 25        Pearl City Shopping Center events. Costume contest begins at 8am at Chuck E. Cheese, with prizes for themed categories and age brackets for keiki ages 12 and under. Stevo the Clown entertains with magic and balloons during the contest and will lead a trick – or-treat parade at 10am  for more info. Call 455-2815

Sat. Oct. 25        Salt Lake Shopping Center keiki costume contest at 11:15 for ages 12 and under with the categories of cutest, most creative and spookiest. Registration begins 10am. Make and take crafts and games will be held in conjunction with a mall wide trick or treat event 10am – 1pm. 848 Ala Lilikoi St. Saltlakeshoppingcenter.com

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Mon. Oct. 27       Hawai’i Opera Theater in the cafeteria in the morning

Tues. Oct. 28      Hawai’i Opera Theater in the cafeteria in the morning
                      Fall Festival ticket presale afterschool in P14 – bonus tickets for buying early

Wed. Oct. 29      Chaperone Training at 8:00 am in P14

Thurs. Oct. 30     Fall Festival ticket presale afterschool in P14 – bonus tickets for buying early

BYOP – Pumpkin carving for families in the cafeteria 6pm – 7:30pm
                      Bring your own pumpkin (BYOP) and your entire family. We will have tools for carving and newspapers to contain the mess.  Simple & fun activities for the kids like temporary tattoos and touch & feel boxes. PTO will have a photo station for family pic with pumpkin. Hear what’s new in the PTO and last chance to purchase Fall Festival presale tickets.

Fri. Oct. 31         Kindergarten Halloween parade starts at 1:15 goes around the school and ends in the big field in back of the school. Kindergarteners should wear regular clothes to school and bring costume to change into after lunch. No props that are weapons

No Friday store in P14 because of Halloween


Sat. Nov. 1          Fall Festival 1pm – 5pm in the back field. All day entertainment on the stage and by the 25th ID band. Wear your costume and be a part of the costume parade at 3pm. Bouncers and games run by teachers and students - win prizes.  Start your holiday shopping with our independent vendors. Chili cook off- still accepting entries and everyone can taste and judge the homemade chili competing. Candy exchange - bring Halloween candy you don't like and exchange for candy you do want.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

10/22 - 10/26


Wed. Oct. 22      NO SCHOOL  – Teacher Institute Day

Thurs. Oct. 23     Parent Workshop on Student Portfolios in the cafeteria 8am – 9am
                      Refreshments served – win a door prize – learn great tips to process your kids school papers. What should be saved and brought to the next school? Find out

Fri Oct. 24         Chaperone Training in P14 at 8:00 am
                      Field trip to Pumpkin Patch and Fire Station for kindergarten & pre school

Fri. Oct. 24        ACS sponsored 10K fun run/walk from 6:30am – 8:30am. Open to the public. Call 655-4ACS

Fri, Sat, Sun        Seasons Best Craft Fair at the Neal Blaisdell Center with over 260 booths. $3.00 admission and hours are Fri. 5pm – 9pm and Sat. 10am – 7pm and Sun. 10am – 5pm

Sat. Oct. 25        Pearl City Shopping Center events. Costume contest begins at 8am at Chuck E. Cheese, with prizes for themed categories and age brackets for keiki ages 12 and under. Stevo the Clown entertains with magic and balloons during the contest and will lead a trick – or-treat parade at 10am  for more info. Call 455-2815

Sat. Oct. 25        Salt Lake Shopping Center keiki costume contest at 11:15 for ages 12 and under with the categories of cutest, most creative and spookiest. Registration begins 10am. Make and take crafts and games will be held in conjunction with a mall wide trick or treat event 10am – 1pm. 848 Ala Lilikoi St. Saltlakeshoppingcenter.com


Sat Oct. 25        Town Center of Mililani’s Halloween Spooktacular – a costume contest for teens, keiki and pets with the categories of scariest, most creative and funniest, with games, keiki activities, pumpkin decorating and more 11am – 2pm at 95-1249 Meheula Pkwy 625-0108

Thursday, October 16, 2014

10/17 - 10/24

Fri. Oct. 17         Boxtops 4 Education and Labels for education pick up from classrooms
½ 4th Grade on field trip to Bishop Museum
Friday Store open in P14 after school

We continue to collect the Federal Impact Aid Forms.  Please turn in one for each of your children. There are extra forms in the office.  We are still missing about 80 forms.

If you have moved out of the Schofield Inn please bring your address verification to the office so that we may update your child's records.

A reminder that if you are PCSing or have moved out of our housing area please contact the office so that we may have a packet ready on your child's last day.  

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Mon. Oct. 20      Copy Training at 8am in P14 then walk to D4 where no kids are allowed
                      School Community Council Meeting at 3pm in the office

Tues. Oct. 21       Book Swap and Popcorn Sale for 50 cents in cafeteria 2pm – 2:30
                      Bring a book from home and swap it for another

Wed. Oct. 22      NO SCHOOL FOR HALE KULA – Teacher Institute Day

Thurs. Oct. 23     Parent Workshop on Student Portfolios in the cafeteria 8am – 9am
                      Refreshments served – win a door prize – learn great tips to process your kids school papers. What should be saved and brought to the next school? Find out


Fri Oct. 24         Chaperone Training in P14 at 8:00 am