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Thursday, January 28, 2016

1/29 - 2/5

 Let your voice be heard. Tell us what you think.
The School Quality Survey (SQS) went home with students this week. Parents have the option of completing the survey online or on paper.
Please know that all survey responses are confidential and no individual responses are reported online. Thank you for taking the time to answer.
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Fri. Jan. 29         Boxtops and Labels for Education pick up from classrooms
                      Popcorn Friday – Prepaid bags of popcorn will be delivered to your room

Mon. Feb. 1         Book Fair in F4 Previews for classes all week.
Sales start Feb. 2 – 5 afterschool until 3.
Sales all day long Feb. 8 – 11 7:30 – 3pm

Tues. Feb 2         3rd Grade Field Trip to Polynesian Cultural Center for half of grade

Wed. Feb. 3        Chaperone Training 8:00 –8:30 in PCNC corner of front office

Thurs. Feb. 4       School starts at 7:55 every day – Be on Time

Fri. Feb. 5          Complex Basketball Tournament for 4th and 5th Graders
                      Kona Ice afterschool behind the cafeteria. They accept debit cards as well as cash
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Community Events

Sat. Jan. 30 Mililani Uka Elementary benefit garage sale from 8am – noon in the cafeteria. 627-7303

Sat. Jan. 30 Lego Day at Wahiawa Library at 9:30am . 622-6345

Mon. Feb. 1  Open Mic at Mililani Library for teens age 12 – 19. Microphone and amplifier are provided. All music fans are welcome. To sign up for a performance time, 627-7470

Ongoing until Feb. 6 Paint and Glaze Ceramic Heart Shaped Boxes at the Schofield Barracks Arts & Crafts. 919 Humphreys Rd. Bldg. 572.  2 sizes available 6.5” x 6 for $18. OR 8” x 8.5” for $25. Includes all supplies and training. Call 655-4202

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

Thursday, January 21, 2016

1/22 - 1/29

Here is link to January menu    It's https://goo.gl/vaabWN

January Parent Bulletin is on the school website. Under quick links on the right side of main page are Parent Bulletins. Here is link to school website

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Fri. Jan. 22         Field Trip for Pre School and kindergarten to the Honolulu Zoo

Mon. Jan. 25           Chaperone Training 8:00 –8:30 in PCNC corner of front office
                      School Community Council virtual Meeting via Facebook 6:00pm – 7:00pm

Tues. Jan. 26       School starts at 7:55am every day – Be in your seat ready to learn or go to the office for a tardy slip

Wed. Jan. 27       School is out at 1:10 every Wednesday

Thurs. Jan. 28     Parenting Workshop from 8am – 9:30am in F4
                      Dominos fundraiser – Order from Dominos on post all day long and we profit
                      Crafternoon in F4 for 3rd, 4th & 5th graders 2pm – 4pm for those that signed up


Fri. Jan. 29         Boxtops and Labels for Education pick up from classrooms
                      Popcorn Friday – Prepay for bag of popcorn & it’s delivered to your room

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Community Events

Sat. Jan. 23 Wahiawa Lions collect used eyeglasses from 10am – 2pm at the Wahiawa Longs Drugs in order to clean and distribute them to needy countries. Call Jack Kampfer at 621-0852

Sat. Jan. 23         Mini Chess tournament at Kapolei Public Library noon – 1pm is registration and 1pm- 4pm tourney. FREE. Hawaii Chess Federation hosts a mini tournament in 15 – 20 minute rounds with boards and pieces provided. Age 12 and up welcome. 693-7020

Waipahu HS students developed an app called "My Future" & won the state's Verizon Innovate App Challenge.  Info here
They are now competing for a "fan favorite award."
Help them win:
Help us win by texting:  MYVOICE1 to  22333 from Jan 11-31.    You can also help us by texting:  MYVOICE2 to 22333 too.    Both voting methods count towards our total.   Deadline for voting is January 31. We found that if you voted for MYVOICE2 already, that you can vote for MYVOICE1 and it should count.  Please vote!!
If you have an iPhone, you'll receive an app to turn your face into an emoji as thanks for voting.  Voting goes until Jan. 31

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



Jan. 6 – Feb. 6 Paint and Glaze Ceramic Heart Shaped Boxes at the Schofield Barracks Arts & Crafts. 919 Humphreys Rd. Bldg. 572.  2 sizes available 6.5” x 6 for $18. OR 8” x 8.5” for $25. Includes all supplies and training. Call 655-4202

Thursday, January 14, 2016

1/16 - 1/23

Here is link to January menu    It's https://goo.gl/vaabWN

January Parent Bulletin is ready to read on the school website. Under quick links on the right side of main page are Parent Bulletins. Here is link to school website

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Mon. Jan. 18        NO SCHOOL – Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Tues. Jan. 19          Last day to order Valentine Grams for $2.00 each

Wed. Jan. 20       Chaperone Training 8:00 –8:30 in PCNC corner of front office

Thurs. Jan. 21      Book Swap in the cafeteria afterschool. Bring a book from home and swap for another. This month only -- Bring 1 book and take 2. 

Fri. Jan. 22         Field Trip for Pre School and kindergarten to the Honolulu Zoo
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Community Events

Waipahu HS students developed an app called "My Future" & won the state's Verizon Innovate App Challenge.  Info here
They are now competing for a "fan favorite award."
Help them win:
Help us win by texting:  MYVOICE1 to  22333 from Jan 11-31.    You can also help us by texting:  MYVOICE2 to 22333 too.    Both voting methods count towards our total.   Deadline for voting is January 31. We found that if you voted for MYVOICE2 already, that you can vote for MYVOICE1 and it should count.  Please vote!!
If you have an iPhone, you'll receive an app to turn your face into an emoji as thanks for voting.  Voting goes until Jan. 31


Sat. Jan. 16 Waialua Library Book sale from 9am – 2pm (happens every 3rd Saturday of the month) 637-8286

Sat. Jan. 16 Adventure Hike with Outdoor Recreation from 8:30am – 12:30pm.  Hikes are offered for varying degrees of skill. Cost is $20 per person. Outdoor Rec. will provide the transportation, equipment and instruction. Bring water, snacks and sunscreen. Sign up at Outdoor Rec. on Schofield no later than noon on Jan. 15 or call 655-9046

Mon. Jan. 18 MLK Day Parade in Waikiki starts at 9am at Ala Moana Park. They expect 2000 marchers, 100 vehicles, 20 floats, 6 bands that will move along Kalakaua Avenue to Monsarrat Ave and end at the Waikiki Shell. Call 384-4038

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

Sat. Jan. 23 Wahiawa Lions collect used eyeglasses from 10am – 2pm at the Wahiawa Longs Drugs in order to clean and distribute them to needy countries. Call Jack Kampfer at 621-0852


Jan. 6 – Feb. 6 Paint and Glaze Ceramic Heart Shaped Boxes at the Schofield Barracks Arts & Crafts. 919 Humphreys Rd. Bldg. 572.  2 sizes available 6.5” x 6 for $18. OR 8” x 8.5” for $25. Includes all supplies and training. Call 655-4202

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

1/7/16 - 1/14

Welcome back to the 2nd half of the year


Auditions for Hale Kula’s Spring Production of two 1 act shows will be held Mon. Jan. 11  & Tues. Jan. 12 from 2:30pm – 4:30pm. Interested students must pick up permission form from Mr. Merriam (AKA the director) in D1 or in the front office. Must bring signed permission sheet in order to audition. Performance date will be March 11.
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Thurs. Jan. 7       School returns for all students

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

Mon. Jan. 11        School starts at 7:55 every day. Be on time OR go to office for tardy slip

Tues. Jan. 12         Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 1:30pm – 2:00pm

Wed. Jan. 13         School is out at 1:10 every Wednesday

Thurs. Jan. 14      Copy Training 8am – 9am meet in PCNC corner of main office, then go to copy room. No kids at this training

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Community Events

Fri. Dec. 8   2nds at Leilehua 4pm – 8pm in the school parking lot. Eat dinner at over 20 food trucks

Jan. 6 – Feb. 6 Paint and Glaze Ceramic Heart Shaped Boxes at the Schofield Barracks Arts & Crafts. 919 Humphreys Rd. Bldg. 572.  2 sizes available 6.5” x 6 for $18. OR 8” x 8.5” for $25. Includes all supplies and training. Call 655-4202

Sat. Jan. 9 Norh Shore Beach Cleanup meet at Sunset Beach Neighborhood Park and check in by 8am. Help clean the North shore from Haleiwa to Kahuku, then enjoy a fee barbecue and live music. mahina@dahui.com


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