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Friday, May 1, 2015

5/1 - 5/9


A student found what looks like an engagement/wedding ring outside of the cafeteria last week. Hoping to find the owner of the ring.  If anyone is missing a ring please come by B2 and describe it.

Olelo 2015 Youth Xchange Awards Ceremony on Monday May 4, 2015 at the Sheraton Waikiki, Hawaii Ballroom
We are very excited that two of our public service announcements have been selected as finalists.
There will be a live
cablecast of the event at http://www.olelo.org/Olelo54/ 
Category Taking Assessments Seriously
"Do Your Best On Your Test"

https://vimeo.com/channels/hkeskids/121515945
Category Traffic Safety
"Everyone is a Pedestrian! Tips for Drivers"

https://vimeo.com/channels/hkeskids/121516515
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Fri. May 1           May Day is lei day in Hawai’i

Sat. May 2         Wahiawa Library Book Sale 9am-3pm in the meeting room.  Prices range from $1.00 for Hardback books, CD's and DVD's . Paperback and Children's books are $.50.  $5.00 for a bag (library book bag).

                      Haleiwa Store Lots has a grand opening of its new community and retail development at 66-111 Kamehameha Hwy from 10am – 2pm. Activities, tours, prizes and entertainment. Call 391-7441

Sun. May 3         Hawaii Comic and Toy Expo from 8am – 4pm at the Ala Moana Hotel meeting rooms. Over 40 dealers of comics, toys, collectibles and fun will be there. Admission is $3.00 (children 5 & under FREE) Cosplayers FREE. www.hawaiicomictoyexpo.com

Mon. May 4         Teacher Appreciation Week, so thank your teacher

Tues. May 5        4th Grade field trip to Taro Patch

Wed. May 6        Teacher Appreciation Luncheon for all staff

Thurs. May 7       4th Grade field trip to Taro Patch
                      Chaperone Training in P14 at 8am

Fri. May 8          3rd Grade field trip to Bishop Museum for E1 & E2

                    2nds at Leilehua. 4pm – 8pm many food trucks , so stop by for some dinner


Sat. May 9         Pineapple Fest at Wahiawa District Park from 10am – 6pm. Parade starts at 9am at Ka’ala school and marches up California Ave and ends at the park for the Pineapple Fest. Crafts, food, exhibits, keiki bouncers and rides, entertainment all day. 694-0103

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