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Sunday, November 29, 2015

11/30 - 12/12

Now accepting bus payment for 3rd quarter

Turkey Trot achieved our goal of collecting 1200 canned goods. Mahalo for your generous contribution to the Hawaii Food Bank

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Hale Kula Calendar

Mon. Nov. 30       Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 8:00am – 8:30am

Tues. Dec. 1        4th Grade field trip to Iolani Palace

Wed. Dec. 2        School starts at 7:55 every day, thanks for being on time ready to learn

Thurs. Dec. 3       4th Grade field trip to Iolani Palace
                      Book Swap & Jamba Juice for $2.50 afterschool in cafeteria

Fri. Dec. 4          Kindergarten gingerbread decorating in the cafe from 12:45 – 2:10

PTO Holiday Family Night in the cafe from 5pm – 7pm – pizza chips & drink for $3.00
All other crafts, caroling and pictures with Santa are FREE
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Community Events

Dec. 2, 9, 16 Wahiawa Botanical Garden offers lessons in making a Christmas centerpiece from natural materials at 11 am. Fee is $5. per centerpiece. Sign up at 522-7066

Fri. Dec. 4   Wahiawa Santa Claus Parade starts at 6:30pm at Ka’ala Elementary, moving up California Ave. to Center Street. Santa will visit with keiki at parades end in Longs Parking Lot. Call 348-2238

Sat. Dec. 5  Mililani Holiday Parade begins at 9am at Mililani Town Center and ends about 10:30am at Mililani Shopping center with free activities until 1:30pm at both venues. MSC also plans a snow play zone with 8 tons of “Hawaiian Snow” call 521-2611


Dec. 8     Christmas Tree lighting at Watts Field. Festivities and Santa visit for the whole family fun at twilight

Dec. 11 & 18 Wahiawa Botanical Garden offers a workshop on making succulent wreaths from natural materials at 10am. Bring gloves and clippers. Fee is $20. Sign up at 522-7066

Dec. 11 & 18 Wahiawa Botanical Garden offers holiday wreath making class at 11am using drilled plants (provided) Fee is $15 per wreath. Sign up at 522-7066

Fri. Dec. 11  Haleiwa Town Christmas Parade at 6pm moving from Weed Circle to Haleiwa Beach Park. Call 637-4558

Sat. Dec. 12        Holiday festival and candy cane Lane from 5pm – 9pm at Mililani High school with sweet treats, activities and prizes. Call 521-2611

Feb. 4               save the date       MCEC S.P.A.R.C. Workshop from 8am – 4pm. (Strength, Potential Aspirations Resourcefulness Confidence) S.P.A.R.C. is a 1 day institute providing participants with the knowledge needed to prepare young people to develop hardiness skills to meet personal and professional goals through identification of their sparks and interests. Sign Up now for free at www.MilitaryChild.org/training. For more information call Joe Clever at (254) 953-1923 x 1110 or Joe.Clever@MilitaryChild.org.  Upon completion of the training, participants may apply for continuing education credits for more information on this visit: www.MilitaryChild.org/professionals/programs/continuing-education-graduate-credit

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ACS Notes and programs
 (808) 655 4ACS  or .  www.HIMWR.COM/ACS  click on ‘class calendar

Dec. 2       A Little Coffee Talk from 10am – 11:30am at ACS EFMP Building 2091. Build support and friendships while discussing ways to better serve you and your Exceptional family Members.  Reservations Required, coffee will be served

Every 2nd & 4th Friday from 10 – 11:30 Employment Orientation find out about the Haeaii job market, free tools and resources, information on private sector, federal and state jobs. Register with ACS online under ‘class calendar’


Do you need assistance with your child’s IEP or 504 plan? Exceptional Family Member Program will work with you and the school to help ensure your child’s needs are being addressed

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

December Parent Bulletin

Enjoy your 4 day weekend, Happy Thanksgiving!!

December Parent Bulletin is online on the school website

Under quick links on the right side of main page are Parent Bulletins.  In an effort to go green, monthly Parent Bulletins were only given to students that requested them.  If you would like to receive a hard copy of this and future monthly Parent Bulletins, please email your childs name and classroom with the subject heading, “request Parent Bulletin’ toEllen_Petry@notes.k12.hi.us


Thursday, November 19, 2015

11/20 - 11/28

PTO appreciates you supporting Teddy’s Bigger Burger fundraiser on Tuesday. Thank you for ordering popcorn for Friday. PTO can use volunteer help during the day to pop popcorn and especially the last hour of the school day to help deliver to the classrooms. You can email them at halekulapto @gmail.com to confirm you are coming or just go to P15B to offer your help during the school day November 20. MAHALO

Sign up for Smart911 and create your own Safety Profile to give 9-1-1 valuable information about yourself, family members, your home, pets and even vehicles that will automatically display on the 9-1-1 call taker's screen when you make an emergency call.  It's private and secure and you control what information is in your profile.  These details can save valuable seconds or even minutes during an emergency.  Smart911.com
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Hale Kula Calendar

Fri. Nov. 20        5th Grade Field Trip to hear the Wheeler Band
                    PTO Popcorn Friday – Prepay and have it delivered to your class before the day ends

Mon. Nov. 23         Turkey Trot – students donate canned food and run to music for 20 minutes

Tues. Nov. 24      Parent Workshop on Common Core Math from 1:00pm – 2:00pm in cafeteria
Complex Volleyball Tournament for 12 students on the team at Leilehua High

Wed. Nov. 25      Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 8:00am – 8:30am

Thurs. Nov. 26     NO SCHOOL – Happy Thanksgiving

Fri. Nov. 27       NO SCHOOL - Shop or not – the choice is yours


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Community Events

Fri & Sat. Nov. 20 & 21 Surfing the Nations hosts Surf Art Festival from 6pm – 10pm. Call for cost. Surfing the Nations hosts its third annual celebration of surfing in art. With food trucks, live music, live art demos, vendors and family activities. (808) 622-6234 or surfingthenations.com

Sat. Nov. 21      Aiea High School Craft Fair from 9am – 2pm for FREE. Fabulous local arts, crafts, plants and produce, plus unique gift items, food and fun for the kids. (808)382-7713. aieahsptso@yahoo.com

Tues. Nov. 24      Mililani Library offers preschool story time and activities at 10:30am for all keiki ages 2 to 5 (with adult). Call 627-7470

Thurs. Nov. 26     Turtle Bay Resort 5K race starts at 7:30am. Starting with zumba warm-up and the course follows the coastline from the resort’s Nalu Kinetic Spa to Kings Trail and Kahuku Point. Prizes for top finishers and best costumes (like turkeys) Registration fee is $45. through Nov. 21 and $50 up to race day. To enter, shopturtlebay.com

Sat. Nov. 28 Mililani High School giant garage sale from 8am – 2pm in the upper parking lot Call 371-4007

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ACS Notes and programs
 (808) 655 4ACS  or .  www.HIMWR.COM/ACS  click on ‘class calendar

Nov. 18      Gobble-stacle Course from 1pm – 3pm. Come join ACS, EFMP, and MWR for a fun filed day with obstacle course, water slide and other activities. At Outdoor Recreation Center 435 Ulrich Way next to Schofield ACS

Do you need assistance with your child’s IEP or 504 plan? Exceptional Family Member Program will work with you and the school to help ensure your child’s needs are being addressed. Call or email ACS

Dec. 2       A Little Coffee Talk from 10am – 11:30am at ACS EFMP Building 2091. Build support and friendships while discussing ways to better serve you and your Exceptional family Members.  Reservations Required, coffee will be served.
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USARHAW Community Survey is at the below link. Your feed back will help improve the services provided at Army installations in Hawaii
USARHAW2015 https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/USARHAW2015

The Robotics Vex IQ team needs your help!  

Please take their 1 question survey about recycling bottle caps.

Thursday, November 12, 2015

11/13 - 11/20

USARHAW Community Survey is at the below link. Your feed back will help improve the services provided at Army installations in Hawaii
USARHAW2015 https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/USARHAW2015

The Robotics Vex IQ team needs your help!  
Please take their 1 question survey about recycling bottle caps.
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Fri. Nov. 13         1st Grade field trip for H2 & H3 to Aquarium
                      3rd Grade field trip for E2, E4 & ½ O103 to Pacific Aviation Museum
                      Hawai’i Opera Theater Assembly in the cafeteria for half the school

Sat. Nov. 14        Super Science Saturday for girls only from 9:00am – 11:00am

Mon. Nov. 16           Copy Training in PCNC corner of front office & D4 – 8am – 9am – No kids
School Community Council Meeting at 3pm

Tues. Nov. 17              Teddy’s Bigger Burgers in Wahiawa fundraiser - Mention Hale Kula when placing your order. All day long – Go for lunch or dinner or afternoon snack, tell your neighbors

Wed. Nov. 18              Wear your school shirt every Wednesday to show your school spirit

Thurs. Nov. 19      Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of main office from 8am – 8:30

Lunch with your child – during their lunch time, main dish will be baked ham. Prepay by Wednesday morning

Fri. Nov. 20        5th Grade Field Trip to hear the Wheeler Band
                      PTO Popcorn Friday – Prepay and have it delivered to your class before the day ends
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Sat. Nov. 14 Cyborg Eagles Robotics Team competes at North Shore VEX IQ Tournament at Waialua High School

Sat. Nov. 14 Waimea Valley presents Makahiki Festival starting with a hula competition at 10am in the amphitheater. Followed by exhibits, music, vendors, cultural games, artisans, workshops and more. Call 638-7766

Tues. Nov. 17              Hoala School hosts a workshop on ‘Raising Cyber savvy Kids; Internet Safety for you and your family from 6pm – 7:30pm in the auditorium. The free community presentation will be led by Tim Caminow who is chief operating officer of IT consulting and web development firm SuperGeeks Corporation. RSVP by Nov. 16 to attend by calling 621-1898. Hoala School is located at 1067 California Ave. in Wahiawa.


Wed. Nov. 18 Central Oahu Youth Baseball League registration for players from 7:30pm – 9pm at Mililani Ike Elementary School Email pr@mililanihaseball.org