Next Wednesday, Feb. 24 Hale Kula has the opportunity of having a professional sculptor teach us techniques for creating in clay. Families are invited to the cafeteria 6pm – 7:30pm. Kim Duffett has built large sculptural pieces in many public places . And he will be building a special sculpture to be on display in front of our new library. RSVP no later than Feb. 22 to Ellen_Petry@notes.k12.hi.us
Students in grades 3, 4 & 5 are invited to Thursday Crafternoon, afterschool February 25 from 2:15-4:00 in Hale Kula's Makerspace, F4. The featured craft will be fancy duct tape wallets and coin purses. Because we're purchasing fancy duct tape and velcro closures, we will charge participating students $1 for this Crafternoon. Register your child here: https://goo.gl/5SSz00 We will email you a confirmation. Limited to the first 20 students.
Green eggs and Ham breakfast on March 1 is fun way to start the day with celebrating Dr.Suess birthday. Prepay for your meal this week to be a part of the fun. In addition to yummy breakfast, families can make a book mark, touch ooblek and take a picture with the Cat in the Hat. All this before school starts. Breakfast this day only starts serving at 7am and all students should be in class before the bell at 7:55
Hale Kula Calendar
Mon. Feb. 22 Jump Rope for Heart – suggested $1.00 donation to American Heart Association. Every grade level comes out to donate and jump rope for 20 minutes. Wear good jumping shoes and a belt to keep your pants from jumping off
School Community Council Meeting at 3pm
Tues. Feb. 23 School starts at 7:55 every day – be in your seat ready to learn
Wed. Feb. 24 Chaperone Training 8:00 –8:30 in PCNC corner of front office
Sculptor Kim Duffett 6pm – 7:30pm in the cafeteria. Families will hear presentation about new sculpture and art in public places. Then we get trained my professional in creating our own clay masterpiece.
Thurs. Feb. 25 Copy Training 8:10am – 9:10am meet in PCNC office and walk to D4 to operate machines – No kids allowed at this training
PTO General Membership Meeting 1:30 – 2:05 in the cafeteria. Hear about what the PTO had done and what they have planned. Taste samples of bread from Spring fund raiser
Fri. Feb. 26 Popcorn will be delivered to classrooms that students prepaid
Feb. 19-21 Hawaii Collectors Expo at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall – cost is $5. Offers antiques, paintings, coins, stamps, sports cards, comics and more. Feb. 19 4pm – 9pm, Feb. 20 9am – 6pm, Feb. 21 10am – 4pm.
Feb.17 & 24 Docent Training at Wahiawa Botanical Garden at 11am. Fee is $25. (redeemable after course completion and 12 volunteer hours. Register at 522-7066
Feb. 19-21 Mililani High annual Trojan Carnival. EK Fernandez rides and games, food booths, keiki and kupuna ID and much more. Hours are 3-11pm Feb. 19- 11am – 11pm Feb. 20 and 11am – 6pm Feb. 21. Call 627-7747
Thurs. Feb. 25 Extreme Couponing Workshop FREE. Pearl Country Club at 98-535 Kaonohi Street in Aiea. 3pm or 7pm. Register now staradvertiser.com/smartshopper
Tuesdays and Fridays St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church Thrift Shop is open from 9am – 11am. Address --1679 California Avenue phone number is 621-8662
Saturdays and Sundays Art at the Zoo fence from 9am – 4pm. Enjoy art along the outside fence of the Honolulu Zoo and meet the artists. Located on Monsarrat Ave. Free street parking and across street in lot at Kapiolani Park