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Thursday, February 22, 2018

2/23 - 3/5

The yearbook is looking for candid pictures of students and staff. Please email any pictures to dkiyearbook@gmail.  Include names and/or grades of students if you know it.


School Events

Fri. Feb. 23                ½ 2nd Grade field trip to Hawaii State Art Museum (B1, B2, B4)


Mon. Feb. 26                  School Community Council Meeting at 3pm

Tues. Feb. 27                  Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 12:00 – 12:30

Wed. Feb. 28                        School is out at 1:10 every Wednesday

Thurs. March 1        Read Across America celebrates Dr. Seuss birthday with soldiers reading to classes in the afternoon

Fri. March 2              5th Grade Picture Taking

Community Events

Fri. Feb. 23     Wahiawa Botanical Garden offers Plant Doc. Bring plant questions and problems and get advice from a plant doctor from 9am – 10:00.  Place plant sample in a sealed plastic bag and bring it.  Attendees also will learn about soil, plant selection, propagation and more.  Pre-registration is required. Call 522-7066

Fri. Feb. 23     Chinese New Year celebration at Mililani Shopping Center from 5:30 – 7:30pm. Demonstrations and performances by Asian Lion Dance Team. Visit mililanishoppingcenter.com 

Sat. Feb. 24 .    Chinese New Year celebration at Wahiawa Shopping Center & Town Center (parking lot of Longs and Foodland) from 10am - 1pm.  11:30 appearance of Narcissus Court. 12:00 Lion Dance & martial arts demo. Calligraphy art, Chinese readings, chi kung, and more

Feb. 28 .    AT & T hosts a hiring event from 9am - 4pm at it's corporate office in Mililani Tech Park.  500 Kahelu Ave. Walk-ins are welcome. Visit  work.att.jobs/oahursvp

March 2, 3, 4 .    Waialua High School Carnival with EK Fernandez midway of rides and games, live entertainment, ono food and much more. March 2 from 6pm - 10pm, 3rd noon - 10pm and 4th noon - 6pm. www.waialuacarnival.org

 Sat. March 3 .    Dole Plantation's family Fun Day from 10am - 2pm. This FREE annual event with entertainment provided by Central Oahu school groups, clubs and other organizations. Live musical performances, prize giveaways, arts and crafts, games and a lot of family friendly laughs with Augie T.  Regular attractions are discounted this day. Entrance to Pineapple Garden Maze and Garden are buy one and get one free. Also Train Tour is reduced rate.


Sat. March 3   The Army is hosting a 10K run to the top of Kolekole Pass. The race is open to the general public and military members of all ages. Registered participants will begin the race on Schofield Barracks at the base of the mountains and follow the road to the top of Kolekole Pass. Just across the pass they can catch their breath at a scenic coastal overlook of the Leeward Coast, before turning around and heading back down. COST: ·$35 Late Entry, t-shirt size not guaranteed - Register by March 1.
·$35 Race Day registration: 5:45 - 6:45 a.m. cash only, t-shirt not guaranteed  Register at any Army Physical Fitness Center or online at
HiMWR.com/kolekole10k   Call 655-5975 for information
  The Kolekole 10K is the Army’s first competitive running race of the year with more races planned, to include the Color Blast Run, May 5, and a half marathon in August. To receive email notifications on upcoming races, visit HiMWR.com/race.
Sat. March 3 .    Non profit organization Volunteer Legal Services Hawai'i hosts a pop up legal clinic from 9am - noon at Leilehua High School cafeteria.  Volunteer attorneys and staff will be on hand to offer legal advice on family law, estate planning and much more.  Visit  vlsh.org
Community Events to register your kids for now

Our school will receive $3 from each designated entry for the HONOLULU Family Fun Run. This year’s registration has opened. Remember to choose our school at registration so that we receive $3 from each entry.
            The run will be on March 31stat Ala Moana Beach Park from 7-10 a.m. There will be the 500 meter dash for keiki 10 and under and a timed 5k run/walk for families. Stick around for fun family-friendly festivities after the run.

Central Oahu Spring Break Camp – 2018 Cost for early registration is $195.00

The Central Oahu Spring Break Soccer Camp will teach Players how to improve their soccer skills and develop a higher level of confidence with the ball.March 19-23, 2018 – Central Oahu Regional Park
94 Kamehameha Hwy, Waipahu, HI 96797
Time: 9am to 3pm  (Drop Off From 8:30am, Pick up till 3:30pm)
Who:  All boys and girls ages 6-14 welcome
Attire: Proper soccer attire including cleats, shin guards, ball, water bottle, & sack lunch. Cost includes camp t-shirt, Ask about team/group registration discount.
* Space is Limited.  Camp will improve the skills of all players from Beginner to Elite. Beginning players will work on fundamentals and Ball Mastery, while Elite players will be brought to a whole new level with advanced skills training.
Program Topics: Speed and Agility, First Touch, Moves/Beating an opponent, Shooting/Finishing.  JASONPopkin  Inquiries Phone: (808) 389-6210   to sign up   https://igotskills.sportsengine-prelive.com/register/form/139893874

Thursday, February 15, 2018

2/16 - 2/23


Kindergarten Registration began on February 1. Parents can pick up packets from the office and return them when completed after 8:30am.  Hawaii state law is that students must be 5 years old on or before July 31, 2018 to enter kindergarten. 

The following records are required when registering for the first time:
      Birth certificate, passport, or baptismal certificate
      Address verification (acceptance for quarters/electric or cable bill/rental agreement)


School Events

Fri. Feb. 16                Kindergarten Chinese New Year Parade at 1:15

Mon. Feb. 19                NO SCHOOL – Presidents Day

Tues. Feb. 20                  Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office  8am – 8:30am
                                    Copy Training meet in PCNC office, then we go to copy room 8:30 – 9:30
                                   Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office 1:30 - 2pm

Wed. Feb. 21               School is out at 1:10 every Wednesday.  Wear your school shirt to show school spirit.

Thurs. Feb. 22          ½ 2nd Grade field trip to Hawaii State Art Museum (O101, O102, B3)
Book Swap and Jamba Juice in the cafeteria after school, $5.00 smoothies - cash.  Bring a book from home and swap for another.

Fri. Feb. 23                ½ 2nd Grade field trip to Hawaii State Art Museum (B1, B2, B4)

Community Events to register your kids for now



OPERATION HERO meets immediately after school, twice weekly for 2 hours over 10 weeks.  In Operation Hero the children work as a team. The facilitator leads the children in group discussions about personal identity and how they fit in at home and school.  They discuss how to manage feelings and friendships and practice conflict resolution skills.  Children receive homework assistance in areas prescribed by their classroom teacher or engage in independent reading.  The sessions end with each student writing entries in a personal journal.

A few spots remain for the spring session of OPERATION HERO at DKIES.
 If you want more information or need to register, please contact Jeric Lake at 624-5645 or at wheeler@asymcahi.org


Our school will receive $3 from each designated entry for the HONOLULU Family Fun Run. This year’s registration has opened. Remember to choose our school at registration so that we receive $3 from each entry.
            The run will be on March 31st at Ala Moana Beach Park from 7-10 a.m. There will be the 500 meter dash for keiki 10 and under and a timed 5k run/walk for families. Stick around for fun family-friendly festivities after the run.

Central Oahu Spring Break Camp – 2018 Cost for early registration is $195.00

The Central Oahu Spring Break Soccer Camp will teach Players how to improve their soccer skills and develop a higher level of confidence with the ball.March 19-23, 2018 – Central Oahu Regional Park
94 Kamehameha Hwy, Waipahu, HI 96797
Time: 9am to 3pm  (Drop Off From 8:30am, Pick up till 3:30pm)
Who:  All boys and girls ages 6-14 welcome
Attire: Proper soccer attire including cleats, shin guards, ball, water bottle, & sack lunch. Cost includes camp t-shirt, Ask about team/group registration discount.
* Space is Limited.  Camp will improve the skills of all players from Beginner to Elite. Beginning players will work on fundamentals and Ball Mastery, while Elite players will be brought to a whole new level with advanced skills training.
Program Topics: Speed and Agility, First Touch, Moves/Beating an opponent, Shooting/Finishing.  JASONPopkin  Inquiries Phone: (808) 389-6210   to sign up   https://igotskills.sportsengine-prelive.com/register/form/139893874


Community Events

Sat. Feb. 17   Wahiawa Lions Community Food Drive from 10am – 2pm near Longs.  Bring canned meats, tuna, beans, fruits, vegetables, soups, rice, cereal, etc. Help the many needy children, elderly and adults in our community.

Sun. Feb. 18                  Good Dog: Bank of Hawaiʻi Family Sunday from 10am – 2pm for FREE. Ring in the Lunar New Year with Chinese lion dances and keiki activities at the Honolulu Museum of Art. Make "Year of the Dog"-inspired puppets and dragon headbands, find your zodiac sign and learn calligraphy, Chinese recipes and play mah jong. The Phoenix Dance Chamber will also be performing Chinese folk, classical and modern dances. Catch a free film, The King of Masks, about an aging street performer who practices the opera art of ban lian. Or take the shuttle to Spalding House to make pinch-pot dogs out of clay. Honolulu Museum of Art, 900 S. Beretania St. (808) 532-8700, honolulumuseum.org

Fri. Feb. 23     Wahiawa Botanical Garden offers Plant Doc. Bring plant questions and problems and get advice from a plant doctor from 9am – 10:00.  Place plant sample in a sealed plastic bag and bring it.  Attendees also will learn about soil, plant selection, propagation and more.  Pre-registration is required. Call 522-7066

Fri. Feb. 23     Chinese New Year celebration at Mililani Shopping Center from 5:30 – 7:30pm. Demonstrations and performances by Asian Lion Dance Team. Visit mililanishoppingcenter.com