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Thursday, December 17, 2015

12/17/15 - 1/8/16

Have a happy safe holiday break from school.

Thank you for attending PTO Holiday Event on December 4.  If you took pictures with Santa they have been uploaded to the following website. Click the link and enter the password listed below. You should be able to select your picture and send it to be printed by Walgreens or another company of your choice. Enjoy.
Password is – xmas16

I Got Skills Soccer Camp is for beginning and Elite Soccer Players alike. Players are grouped by age and abilities.. We offer a fun but structured environment that makes the players want to keep playing, learning, and developing all day long. The winter Central Oahu Soccer Camp will focus on footwork, technique, and moves to beat opponents. Players will improve their soccer skills and develop a higher level of confidence with the ball.
Dec 21-24, 2015 – Central Oahu Regional Park
94 Kamehameha Hwy, Waipahu, HI 96797
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
** Limited Space available
Hopefully this link allows you to their website to register Central Oahu
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Link to January menu for Breakfast and lunch
 It's https://goo.gl/vaabWN

Thurs. Jan. 7       School returns for all students

Fri. Jan. 8          Thank you for being on time every day this year

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Community Events

Dec. 10 – 23              12 days of Christmas at Polynesian Cultural Center. Hukilau Marketplace after 6:30. $5.00 or free with Pepsi product. Enjoy canoe rides, entertainment, train rides, a snow day Dec. 19, photos with Santa and more. 293-3333, hukilaumarketplace.com/events

Dec. 17 – Jan. 3   Bishop Museum vivid laser show set to Christmas classics. 11:30am, 2:30pm, 7:00pm.  Admission ranges from $3. - $10. plus museum admission. Bishopmuseum.org

Dec. 19      Baseball Clinic at Central Oahu Regional Park.  Youths age 11 and under from 9am – noon. And those age 12 and older from 1pm – 4pm. Fee is a donation of canned goods for the needy. Call 861-2488

Dec. 19       Mililani High School Craft Fair from 9am - 2pm. In the school gymnasium, courtyard & parking lot. 120+ Booths with handcrafts, gift items, plants, jewelry, clothing, local kine food. 

Dec. 20      Moanalua 99 Craft Fair from 10am – 6pm, FREE. 1151 Mapunapuna Street. Featuring 80 local vendors and crafters. 479-5525 or hawaiiantreasures4u@hawaii.rr.com

Dec. 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. 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

Dec. 18      Mililani Library conducts free introductory adult computer classes at 10:30amLibrary cardholders must register in person at the library, first-come, first –served. Call 627-7470


Dec. 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

Dec. 26      LEGOS at Wahiawa Library hosts Maker Space Stations and activities at 9:30am. Call 622-6345
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ACS Notes and programs
 (808) 655 4ACS  or .  www.HIMWR.COM/ACS  click on ‘class calendar

Wed.  Dec. 23     Gingerbread House Making from 10am – 12pm. Join ACS EFMP for parent-child activity. Each participant is asked to bring 1 bag of candy to share for gingerbread house decoration. Reservations required

Every 2nd & 4th Friday from 10 – 11:30 Employment Orientation find out about the Hawaii 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

Thursday, December 10, 2015

12/11 - 12/17

If you will be PCSing or changing schools during the break please contact the office as soon as possible.  This is so we can have a release packet ready to take with you on your last day.  

Giving Tree from last weeks PTO holiday event is on the counter in the front office. Many teachers have put wishes hanging on tag. You can grant their wish by taking tag from the tree and then delivering item to their room next week. Thank you for helping teachers and granting their wishes.

Jingle Bell Run is Monday Dec. 14. Each student is encouraged to donate $1.00. All money will be given to Institute for Human Services whose mission is to prevent and end homelessness in Hawaii. Wear closed toe shoes to participate in 20 minute Fun Run

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Fri. Dec. 11          Chaperone Training at 8am in PCNC corner of main office
                      2nd grade (B1, B2, B3, B4) field trip to HI plantation village

Mon. Dec. 14          Jingle Bell Run – weather permitting - come run or walk for 20 minutes

Tues. Dec. 15       2nd Grade (A3, O101, O102) field trip to Hawaii Plantation Village

Wed. Dec. 16           Boxtops & Labels for Education pick up from classes. Turn them in now because some expire this year.

Thurs. Dec. 17      Super Eagle of the quarter assembly 8:30am – 9:30am
                    Last day of school for 2nd Quarter
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Have a happy safe holiday break from school.
We return in New Year 2016 on January 7
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Community Events

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

Dec. 11 & 18 Mililani Library conducts free introductory adult computer classes at 10:30amLibrary cardholders must register in person at the library, first-come, first –served. Call 627-7470

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

Sat. Dec. 12 Lauhala Holidays at Hawaii State Art Museum, 250 S. Hotel St. 11am – 3pm FREE. Learn lauhala weaving and go home with ornaments to treasure and share: fish, stars and mini wreaths. 586-9958

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

Dec. 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


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

Thursday, December 3, 2015

12/4 - 12/12

Hour of Code Family Event!  December 10, 5:00 - 7:00 pm

Students and parents will code together in a variety of platforms and on a variety of devices. Parents will learn about kid-friendly computer programming resources.  Code Star Wars & Minecraft games.  Code robots to zoom across the room.  Learn about the Hale Kula Robotics Team uses coding in competitions and how Mason, a Hale Kula 5th grader, codes games for us to play & remix in Scratch.  Food can be purchased from Tin Hut BBQ and students can compete in Hawaii Game Truck's tournament ($5) or play inside the game truck ($3).


If you will be PCSing or changing schools during the break please contact the office as soon as possible.  This is so we can have a release packet ready to take with you on your last day.  

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Fri. Dec. 4          Kindergarten parents with their children will be decorating gingerbread houses 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, cakewalk, holiday activities & hot chocolate are free.
Pictures have cost.
1st option is buddy pictures which will be included in the yearbook. Gather your friends and cost is $1.00 per person in picture.
2nd option is pictures with Santa. Every child can sit on Santa’s lap and talk and get candy cane. If you want printed picture taken by our expert photographer delivered to classroom next week, then cost is $1.00. If you want to take picture on your phone, no cost.

Mon. Dec. 7        Spirit Week – Superhero Monday – dress as favorite superhero
5th Grade field trip to Symphony
Copy Training 9:30 – 10:30. Meet in PCNC office – No kids

Tues. Dec. 8        Spirit Week – Team Tuesday – Rep your favorite sport or team
JPO & Student Council walking field trip to Bowling Ally back for lunch
Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 1:30pm – 2:00pm

Wed. Dec. 9        Spirit Week – Wacky Wednesday – mismatch clothes and or crazy hair
Thurs. Dec. 10      Spirit Week – Twinning Thursday – match clothes with a friend
Money due for Popcorn Friday at 8am in the main office.

Hour of Code family event from 5pm – 7pm. Food Truck and Game truck
                      Families learn coding which controls computer games, play with robotics club and much more

Fri. Dec. 11          Spirit Week – Aloha Friday – red, white blue or aloha print
2nd Grade (B1, B2, B3, B4 & I4) field trip to Hawaii Plantation Village
                      4th Grade field trip to DLNR Garden on Schofield
                      PTO Popcorn Friday. $1.00 prepay for bag of popcorn due Thurs. Dec. 10

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Community Events

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. Afterward Pumehana performs and Xtreme Fun Rides and giveaways 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

Sat. Dec. 5  Kapolei Holiday Fair at Kapolei High School from 8am – 1pm Free. Check out craft vendors and community groups plus a recycling drive, Christmas tree sale, breakfast with Santa and more. khsholidayfair@gmail.com

Sun. Dec. 6  Hawaii Polo Club at Mokuleia Polo Field 2pm. $12 - $25. Bring a toy and get half-off admission at Polo’s annual fundraiser for Operation Toy Box. info@hawaii-polo.org

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

Dec. 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

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

Dec. 11 & 18 Mililani Library conducts free introductory adult computer classes at 10:30amLibrary cardholders must register in person at the library, first-come, first –served. Call 627-7470

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