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Thursday, September 24, 2015

9/25 - 10/2

We listen to you. Based on feedback, Hale Kula Highlights has a new format.
1st will be Hale Kula calendar for the next week
2nd will be school information and announcements
3rd will be community events calendar
Fri. Sept. 25        Field Trip 3rd grade Dupont Farm
                      Cross Country Competition at Watts Field 9am – 11:30am
Book Fair open in F4 Mon – Thurs 7:30am – 3pm and Monday 5pm – 7pm for family event. Parents can shop any time and with their child’s class.

Mon. Sept. 28      Eat Play Build is family STEM event from 5pm – 7pm. Kona Ice and the Book Fair accept debit or credit cards. Hot dog dinners for $3.00 and cupcakes for dessert are cash only. As families circulate together you can build and shoot rockets, play giant jenga, craft with Ben Franklin and of course build games from cardboard. Many classes are celebrating cardboard challenge by having students build games and bring to school to share. If you bring your family's games to the Game Play station in the cafe when you arrive, you can teach a soldier how to play, then others can play during the event. Many supplies on hand to create your families game.

Tues. Sept. 29      Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 8:00am – 8:30am

Wed. Sept. 30      Schools out at 1:10 every Wednesday

Hale Kula celebrates the 3rd annual Cardboard Challenge on Oct. 1 & 2. The purpose of the Cardboard Challenge is to inspire children and adults to imagine, build, play and share their creations. Students will all circulate to stations building and playing games that others have created.      For ideas, see pictures from our 2014  Cardboard Challenge 
To view Caine's Arcade, the story that inspired the Cardboard Challenge:

Thurs. Oct. 1              Cardboard Challenge in the afternoon for  5th grade 11 – 11:45, 3rd grade 12 – 12:45, 4th grade 1 – 1:45. Parents are welcome to walk around with their child’s class

Fri. Oct. 2          Super Eagle Assembly in the cafeteria 8:30am – 9:30am
                      Cardboard Challenge in the afternoon for kindergarten 11:05 – 11:50, 1st grade 12 – 12:45, 2nd grade 1 – 1:45. Parents are welcome to walk around with their child’s class

School is out for intercession break October 5 - 13.
We return to school for the 2nd Quarter on Wed. October 14

Federal Survey cards must be turned in for every public school child in the state.. Mahalo for turning them in promptly and completely filled out.

Bus payment reminder for 2nd quarter
Payment for quarter 2 bus passes are now being accepted in the school’s office. Pay by cash or check payable to “Department of Education”. Prices remain at: round trip -- $72. One Way -- $36.00  Coupons -- $12.50.  If you are paying by the quarter, don’t forget to bring your student’s bus pass so it can be punched.

If are moving, please let the office know as soon as possible. It can take 1- to 2 weeks to process your final paperwork

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Fri. Sept. 25        Eat the Street Oktoberfest. 4:00pm – 9:00pm. This is Honolulu’s monthly food truck rally on the last Friday of every month. This month’s theme is Oktoberfest.  677 Ala Moana Blvd.

Sept. 25 & 26      Moon Festival 2015 FREE at the Chinatown Cultural Plaza Friday from 5pm – 10pm Both nights: comedy show at 6:30pm, lantern parade 8pm, live entertainment all evening. Sat. 10am – 10pm moon cake eating contest 10am, food and craft vendors, activities for kids and more.

Sat. Sept. 26       Leilehua Band Fall Craft Fair from 9am – 2pm  FREE in the school cafeteria. Many craft and food vendors, live entertainment and raffle drawings

Sat. Sept. 27       Haleiwa Art Walk from 6pm – 9pm in Haleiwa town. Features sales, activities and events hosted by dozens of merchants. Call 637-8286

Sept. 28 – Oct. 3  Mililani Library pays homage to books that were banned with a free mini film festival. Sept. 28 at 3pm is Footloose. Sept. 30 at 2:30 is Fahrenheit 451. Oct. 1 at 2pm is To Kill a Mockingbird. Oct. 3 at 2pm is Where the Wild Things are. The film festival is intended to raise awareness of the First amendment and issues surrounding banned books. Screenings are open to teenagers and adults. Call 627-7470

Fall Break Soccer Camp   October 5-9, 2015
Central Oahu   Kahala

Teach players to unleash their creativity and give them the confidence to play to their full potential. Offering a fun but structured environment that makes the players want to keep playing, learning, and developing all day long.
Time: 9am to 3pm  (Drop Off From 8:30am, Pick up till 3:30pm)
Who:  All boys and girls ages 6-16 welcome
Attire: Proper soccer attire including cleats, shin guards, ball, water bottle, and sack lunch. 
* includes camp t-shirt
** Space is Limited  RSVP NOW

1-2-3 Magic:  With humor, insight and proven success, this 3-week series breaks down the task of parenting into three straightforward jobs.  Schofield Barracks ACS. Thursday, Sept 3, 10 & 17 12-1:30pm
Parenting 101: This class highlights current best practices and provides parents with tips and tools to assist them in reaching their parenting goals. Schofield Barracks ACS.  Every 2nd & 4th Friday 12-1

Register Today for either Parenting class listed above!
Call 655-4ACS or click “Class Calendar” at

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