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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 mylifetouch.com
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.

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Hale Kula Events

Fri. April 29        Popcorn that was prepaid will be delivered to classrooms in the afternoon
TEACHER APPRECIATION week 5/2 – 5/6
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. Hawaiibookandmusicfestival.com

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. www.islandwidecraftexpos.com

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 waimeavalley.net 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. Hawaii-polo.org 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).  

Friday, April 22, 2016

4/22 - 4/28


Month of the Military Child continues.  Did you see the student notes on F building?  It is great seeing how they feel and how they spell it. Also check out the maps-- every star indicates that a student said it was the favorite place they ever lived.  Students were asked during recess and while lined up after lunch.

PTO WANTS TO THANK EVERYONE THAT HELPED US IN THIS BREAD FUNDRAISER. MAHALO!!
HERE ARE THE WINNERS OF THE BREAD FUNDRAISER

STUDENT TOP SELLERS:
1st place LATHAN FREE $100 G3
2nd place KAMYLL SHANER $50 O103
3rd place SOPHIA HOWARD $25 I2

DRAWING WINNERS
1st place  ELLIE DAMRON $100 I3
2nd place  EMILY MITCHEL $50 0102
3rd place  KAE'DYN HILLARD $25 J3

TEACHER WINNERS
1st place MRS. TODD $100 G2
2nd place MRS. NAKAKURA $50 J1
3rd place MRS. IBRAO-RUBECK $25 F2

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE WINNERS!! YOU CAN COME TO P15B ANYTIME BEFORE THE BELL RINGS TO PICK UP YOUR CHECK.
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Hale Kula Events

Fri. April 22        2nd grade Field Trip to Epic Earth Day

Sat. April 23       Campus Beautification 9am – 12 noon. Volunteers welcome to help. Water bottle and food donations gratefully accepted.

Tues. April 26      Chaperone Training from 8:00 – 8:30 in PCNC office in corner of main office

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

Thurs. April 28     Dominos fundraiser – all day long order from Dominos on post and we profit
                      Poem in pocket day - Students are invited to carry a favorite poem in their pocket & share it with friends.

                      Turn in popcorn money by 8am

Fri. April 29        Popcorn that was prepaid will be delivered to classrooms in the afternoon

Community Events

April 15 – 24              Mary Poppins live in the Mililani High cafeteria. Tickets cost $10 in advance and $12 at the door. Centraltheatreartsacademy.org

April 22     Wahiawa Botanical Garden leads a free class in Basic Horticulture at 9am. Call 522-7066

April 22 – 23 Moon Walks at Waimea Valley offers guided moon walks at 8pm for $10.  Call 638-5864

April 23     Mauka to Makai Environmental Expo will explore the ways the public can preserve and protect Hawaii’s environment through puppet shows, displays, activities and more. At the Waikiki Aquarium, admission is free from 9am – 2pm. Call 768-3248

April 23             Grow Hawaiian Festival at Bishop Museum from 9am – 3pm, FREE. Celebrate Hawaii’s culture, native plants and sustainable life styles with crafts, keiki activities, farmers market, native plants, food, hula and music.

April 23     Hawaii High School Rodeo at Kualoa Ranch from 9am – 4pm for FREE. Watch action-packed rodeo events, including bull riding, roping, barrel racing and more. 542-6548

April 26             Spooky and silly tales by Jeff Gere at 10am at the Waialua Library Call 637-8286


April 28             Island Kine Storyteller Janice Morimoto shares folktales and games, local style at 6pm at Wahiawa Library Call 622-6345

Friday, April 15, 2016

4/15 - 4/23

Safety First!!
Students have been running on campus after the bell and almost knocking over others. Please walk and encourage others to do the same. Roller skates, skateboards, scooters, bikes etc ARE NOT ALLOWED ON CAMPUS

Month of the Military Child has kicked off with a decorated bulletin board in the cafeteria.  April 15 everyone wear purple. And wave at soldiers before school starts; mahalo to the soldier parents and those from our military partner the 25th HHBN for coming out to support the month of the military child.  Look for board made with student notes to be placed on F building next week.
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Hale Kula Events

Fri. April 15         Purple Up – Wear purple today to show support for military kids.
Wave at soldier parents before school to show your appreciation.
                      JPO Competition at Kapiolani Park
              Pennies for Patients boxes picked up from classrooms- mahalo for donating

Mon. April 18              School Community Council Meeting at 3:00 pm

Tues. April 19       School starts at 7:55 every day – Be on time

Wed. April 20      Wear your School T Shirt every Wednesday to show your school spirit

Thurs. April 21     PTO bread pick up today. Bring your tickets to the front of cafeteria 1-6pm
                      Chaperone Training 1:30 – 2:00 in PCNC office in front corner of main office
                      Boxtop and Labels for Education pick up from classes

Fri. April 22        2nd grade Field Trip to Epic Earth Day

Sat. April 23       Campus Beautification 9am – 12 noon. Volunteers welcome to help. Water bottle donations gratefully accepted.


Community Events

April 15 – 24              Mary Poppins live in the Mililani High cafeteria. Tickets cost $10 in advance and $12 at the door. Centraltheatreartsacademy.org

Mon. April 18  Army hosts a Job Fair in Wahiawa at Leilehua Golf Course from 8am until 1pm. Dress to impress and potential employers will conduct job interviews on the spot. Some positions are listed on MWR’s website and include library technician and lifeguard as well as child and youth program assistant and more. To be considered for an interview, bring a resume and 2 professional references with contact information. Veterans need a DD214- and military spouses should bring spouse orders and current employees must have a SF50 or DA3434. Visit himwr.com or usajobs.gov and search ‘Hawaii’

April 20     Earth Day celebration at Kalakaua Community Center from 2pm – 5pm. Cool exhibits and fun activities for the entire family

April 22     Wahiawa Botanical Garden leads a free class in Basic Horticulture at 9am. Call 522-7066

April 22 – 23 Moon Walks at Waimea Valley offers guided moon walks at 8pm for $10.  Call 638-5864

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

Thursday, April 7, 2016

4/8 - 4/15

Let your voice be heard and make a difference at Hale Kula next year. PTO is accepting nominations for Board positions until April 13. Just fill out nomination form and put in their box in office. It’s OK to nominate yourself. Everyone nominated will be contacted to confirm and then slate for ballot will be published.

Month of the Military Child has kicked off with a decorated bulletin board in the cafeteria.  Most students in the school wrote their name on a purple letter and together they form a great message. Check it out.

Students in grades 3-5 are invited to join Thursday Crafternoons from 2:10-4:00 in F4.  sign up in advance: 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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Hale Kula Events

Fri. April 8         Chaperone Training 8:00 – 8:30 in PCNC corner of front office

Sat. April 9         Super STEM Saturday for Boys from 9am – 12 in the cafeteria

Mon. April 11        School starts at 7:55 every day – Be in class on time or get tardy slip

Tues. April 12       5th Grade field trip to Hawaii Theater for Youth

Wed. April 13       Chaperone Training 12:30 – 1:00 in PCNC corner of front office
Report Cards handed out

Thurs. April 14     Copy Training starts 8:00 in PCNC office – then goes to D4 – No kids allowed

Fri. April 15         Purple Up – Wear purple today to show support for military kids.
Wave at soldier parents before school to show your appreciation.
                      JPO Competition at Kapiolani Park

Community Events

Fri. April 8         Leilehua 2nds – Many food trucks in the parking lot from 4pm – 8pm

Sat. 7 Sun April 9 & 10   Hawaiian Scottish Festival and Highland Games at McCoy Pavilion at Ala Moana Beach Park from 10am – 6pm. Cost is $1.00, enjoy Scottish fun, Celtics Pipes Rock performing live music and many games at this 35th annual event.  265-1141

Sat. April 9 YMCA of Honolulu sponsors Healthy Kids Day at Bishop Museum.  Free entry when you pre-register online. 40 game and education booths, sports clinics, obstacle courses, keiki ID, environmental activities. Yummy food and snacks and entertainment. www.ymcahonolulu.org

Sun. April 10        Wahiawa Lions Club hosts annual breakfast fundraiser at Ka’ala Elementary School from 7am – 11am. Breakfast costs $6. And you can purchase ticket at the door. Enjoy scrambled eggs, pineapple chunks, sausages, rice and banana bread. Entertainment provided by Kanani Oliveira hula studio. Proceeds support scholarships for Leilehua High School grads as well as annual Veterans Day Parade. 621-0852


Sun. April 10        Hawaii Polo Club kicks off its 2016 season in Mokuleia. The day will feature a special program to honor the founder of the club. Paniolo music and a barbecue will follow the game.  Hawaii Polo Club matches will continue every Sunday through Sept. 4.  Gates open at 11am and matches begin at 2pm. Admission is $12. or $10 for military members. Visit Hawaii-polo.org