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Thursday, April 28, 2016

4/30 - 5/8

Spring Pictures went home last week. Select your favorites and pay online!
1.         Go to
2.         Log in with your Portrait ID and Access Code, located on your portrait package insert.
3.         Select which sheets you want to purchase and pay online,
4.         Please return unpurchased portraits to school.

Hale Kula Events

Fri. April 29        Popcorn that was prepaid will be delivered to classrooms in the afternoon
Mahalo for supporting the PTO by donating food
and thanking your teachers as you wish

Mon. May 2         School starts at 7:55 every day – Be in class on time or get a tardy slip

Tues. May 3        4th Grade Field Trip to Loi Patch

Wed. May 4        Parent Workshop on Managing Stress in F4 from 8am – 9am

Thurs. May 5       4th grade Field Trip to Loi Patch

Fri. May 6          Chaperone Training from 8:00 – 8:30 in PCNC office in corner of main office

Community Events

April 30     Hug your Mother Earth Day at Wahiawa Shopping Center and Town Center in Longs Drugs parking lot from 10am – 1pm.  FREE community event, free activities and free entertainment.  Ti leaf lei making, seed and planting ideas, keiki make and take craft, many performances by local schools.

April 30     Earth Day at Waimea Valley with forest restoration work from 9am – 3pm Free admission for volunteers. Call 638-7766

April 30 & May 1   Hawaiʻi Book and Music Festival is happening from 9am – 5pm. Come by the free event and visit engaging talk story presentations and panels, hear live music and watch hula on the open lawn, take in a theatrical stage performance, bite into some deliciously tasty food, and of course, get seriously good deals on books from Bess Press and many others!  Book Swap – bring 5 gently used books and exchange them for 5 more, as often as you like. Festival website lists a full lineup of the 125 separate events happening at 7 venues -- all on the grounds of Honolulu Hale.

April 29 – May 1   Mother’s Day Crafts and Food Expo at the Neal Blaisdell Center. $5 is general admission, $4 military and seniors 65+. Fri. 4pm – 9pm, Sat 10am – 8pm, Sun 10am – 5pm. Find beautiful work by 200 vendors & many ono island favorites foods to buy, many prizes like Apple ipad or Sony 40” HDTV Live entertainment throughout the day.

May 1        May Day Festival and Lei contest at Waimea Valley. Starts at 7:30am and a concert starts at 1pm. For tickets ($10 or $5) go to or purchase at the door

May 1        Hawaii Polo Club plays England at 2pm at Mokuleia Polo Field. Admission is $12 and $10 and gates open at 11am. or call 220-5153

May 7 & 8  Hawaii Pet Expo at the Neal Blaisdell Center – Exhibition Hall. Free admission 10am – 4pm. Live Animal demonstrations, pet product displays, cat, bird and fish clubs. Educational displays, crafters and lots of free information and products for you and your pets. Your pets are welcome! (dogs must be leashed).  

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