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Thursday, March 17, 2016

Community Events during break

School is out for Spring Break March 16 – 28

Office is open during spring Break
If you will be moving to another school or PCSing please contact the office so that we can prepare a release packet for you.  Please give the office 2 weeks notice. 

Kindergarten registration for next year has begun. Stop by and pick up packet today.

PTO Spring Bread Fundraiser money due March 31
Each loaf is $7.00 and the delivery day will be on April 21st. There are cash prizes for top sellers and everyone that sells 5 gets entered in drawing for cash prize. Classroom parties for large percentage of students supporting fundraiser. If each student sells at least 5 loaves we will succeed.

Spring cleaning?  Getting ready to move?  Our makerspace needs your donations!  Check out our list of requested items https://goo.gl/u4Stra  The office will be open most days during spring break 8-3 & donations can be dropped in the Makerspace box there or left on the round table outside F4.  


Students in grades 3-5 are invited to join us for Thursday Crafternoon from 2:10-4:00 in F4.  We haven't selected the craft for Thursday, March 31, but sign up here: https://goo.gl/ACuwGc  Cost is $1 and students have lots of fun creating with friends.  More information is on the library websitehttp://halekulalibrary.weebly.com

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Community Events

March 18    Spring Fling Carnival at Helemano Community Center 173 Romero Road.  Game booths and prizes, face painting, inflatable slides, bike rodeo (bring your bike and safety gear) keiki ID’s. Enjoy complimentary popcorn, cotton candy and shave ice courtesy of IPC. 808-741-2780

March 18 – 20 Kunia Orchid Show at Leilehua High School in the gym. 22 plant vendors and hourly door prizes. Food booths, gardening supplies demonstrations and more. Friday and Saturday 9am -5pm and Sunday 9am – 4pm


March 19    Bishop Museum free admission for kama’aina and military with valid ID.   Opening day celebration – The return of the ‘Ahu ‘Ula and Mahiole of Kalani’opu’i ceremony 9:30am on the Great Lawn. Visit the exhibit, Hawaiian forest birds March 19 – July 31

March 21    Leilehua Campus Beautification from 8am – noon. Anyone interested in helping out just stop by. Includes; replanting grass, repainting lines and curbs, picking up trash, filling holes and fixing fence. Ask that no small children be brought to this event. Wear old clothes. Questions? Email Linda_willoughby@notes.k12.hi.us


March 26 – May 28       Parent Project; empowering parents transforming teens. For parents or guardians, teachers, youth counselors. Provides specific solutions to the problems that parents face today. Offers practical and emotional support to families as they begin the difficult process of change. Life changing results; builds hope for families and communities. Classes from 8am – 11am meet weekly for 10 weeks. At the Parish Hall at Wahiawa Christian Church 1710 Royal Palm Drive in Wahiawa. Workshop is FREE. Workbooks are $27. Register now by contacting Cyndy Sumbad at (808) 636-1321 or email cyndy_sumbad@notes.k12.hi.us

March 26    Fun Fest and Environmental Festival from 9am – 2pm at Weyand Field, Schofield. 9:15 Child Mile Fun Run – no registration required.  Pictures with the Easter Bunny, food trucks, games, activities, pony rides, petting zoo, bouncers and rides. Upcycling crafts and coloring activities, sustainability and natural resources educational activities. Egg Hunts for age 2 – 4 at 11am -  age 5-8 at 11:20 and age 9-12 11:40. More info (808) 655-0111 or hiMWR.com

March 26    Kolekole 10K Run at 7am. Leaders Field on Schofield. Register online at himwr.com now through March 22. Entry fee is $35. Fee includes: T shirt, race bib and entry. Open to all military ID cardholders and sponsored guest. Runners, walkers, strollers and youth participants are welcome! Children not in a stroller must be registered to participate. Run the Kolekole Pass-  Questions? (808) 655-8789


Feb. 27 – March 28      Butterflies at Pearlridge Uptown Center Court Mon – Sat 10am – 8pm Sundays 10am – 6pm. Cost is $4.00. See hundreds of living butterflies and learn more about their life cycle. 203-2366

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