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Friday, May 6, 2016

5/6 - 5/13

Student Lunch Accounts:  As our current school year winds to a close, please understand that we can no long accept checks for lunch deposits.  Cash only please and thank you!  As of May 20th, with only 5 days left, we would appreciate having sufficient funds in each child's lunch account to cover the final few days. 
Regularly priced meals at $2.50 = $12.50, for breakfast & lunch $18.00.   If you receive reduced priced meals, lunch only $2.00, for breakfast and lunch $3.50. 
A paper was sent home April 18th for parents to indicate if you will be leaving the island or changing schools and how we should handle any left over funds.
Even if you missed the May 2nd deadline, please turn in the signed paper at your earliest convenience. 
Thank you and have a wonderful summer.  Aloha, Agnes Leinau, vice principal

Unfortunately, even though we keep reminding parents that they should not bring anything to share (cookies, cupcakes etc) that have nuts in them ... someone brought in cookies that contained almond extract and an allergic child had a reaction! 
FYI we even have a couple of students who react to the smell of peanut butter so they sit with those children buying school lunch as our kitchen is nut free zone.

If your child(ren) are missing any clothing or food containers, please take a look on the table fronting the cafeteria for lost and found items. Any items remaining on the table on the last day of school will be donated.

Yearbooks are in! Preorder pickups only will be in PTO room P15B on May 6 before school 7:30 – 8 and afterschool 1:30 – 2:30.  Other yearbook sales will start Monday, May 9 afterschool 1:30 – 2:30 every day and Wednesday 12:30 – 1:30.  Softcover Yearbooks are available for $25.00 on a first come first serve basis.

Hale Kula Events

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

Mon. May 9         PTO Voting for next year officers all day long in main office
                      PTO General Membership Meeting 2:30 – 3:00 in P15B – everyone welcome

Tues. May 10               ½ 2nd Grade Field Trip to ‘Plastic Fantastic’
                      Wheeler Middle School sends students to talk to our 5th graders in the cafe after lunch
                      Chaperone Training 1:30 – 2;00 in PCNC corner of front office

Wed. May 11        School is out at 1:10 every Wednesday

Thurs. May 12      School starts at 7:55 every morning – Be on time or get tardy slip from office

Fri. May 13         May Day celebration and performance by the whole school 8:45 – 10:30

Community Events

May 6        First Friday at Mililani High School from 4pm – 8pm. Over 30 vendors selling all kinds of food. 307-4323

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). 

May 7        Pacific Roller Derby stages a free derby game at 3pm at Mililani Hockey Rink in Kaoma’aiku Neighborhood Park (95-100 Makaunulau Street)  Refreshments are for sale, donations welcome.

May 7        Jamba Banana Man chase and Keiki Fun Run at Ala Moana Beach Park starts at 7am.  $25. Or $20 to register.  Jamba Juice Hawaii presents its annual Banana Man chase -- a 5K walk, run or stroll around the park as participants chase after life size banana runners. Plus Keiki can have a fun run around Magic Island

May 7        Mother’s Day Orchid sale at Mililani Mauka Elementary School from 8am – 2pm. Admission is $1. Mililani Orchid Club hosts a sale with blooming orchid plants, gift baskets, a country store and more  286-8577

May 7        Film and crafts at Wahiawa Botanical Garden for free. Walking shoes, rain/sun gear and bug spray are recommended. For details call 522-7066

Tuesdays at 10:30am at Mililani Library preschool storytime and crafts. 808-627-7474

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

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