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Thursday, May 17, 2018

5/19 - 5/25

School Calendar

Mon. May 21            Field Day Volunteer Meeting 8 - 9 in PCNC office. All Welcome

            School Community Council Meeting in the office conference room at 3pm

Tues. May 22            Super Eagle and Awards Assembly for 4th & 5th grade in the cafeteria 8:30 – 9:30

Wed. May 23                        Super Eagle and Awards Assembly for 2nd & 3rd  grade in the cafeteria 8:30 – 9:30

Thurs. May 24          Super Eagle and Awards Assembly for 1st & kinder in the cafeteria 8:30 – 9:30

Fri. May 25               May Day Celebration and Performance at 8:45 on back field - all parents invited and should bring their own chairs and umbrellas. Celebration goes on - rain or shine

Community Calendar

May 19 & 20 .    Waikiki Artfest at Kapiolani Park by the Bandstand from 9am - 4pm. Featuring original handmade in Hawai'i apparel, jewelry, woodwork, ceramic, unique crafts & art. Also music, entertainment and food

May 19 & 20 .    New Baby Expo at Neal Blaisdell Exhibition Hall from 10am - 5pm admission is $5,50.  Attend a one stop shop for play, fun, education and shopping of essential and unique items.  There will be hourly entertainment, activities, speakers and over 150 local and mainland exhibitors.  Children age 5 and under receive free admission.  There will also be an infant / toddler play area.

May 19 .    Joint Military Concert at Hawai'i Theatre at 4pm for Free. Enjoy a joint performance by members of the Army 25th Division Band, Hawai'i Army National Guard Band, Marine Corps Forces Pacific Band, Navy U.S. Pacific Fleet Band and Air Force Band of the Pacific.

May 20       Bank of Hawaiʻi Family Sunday from 10:30am – 4:30pm.  Bring the family to the Honolulu Museum of Art, where admission is free, and kids can participate in art activities and entertainment. This month’s theme, “Where are We?” focuses on two-wheeled travel. Kids can make their own bike flags, maps and printed bike designs; participate in a bike rodeo; and test their agility on balance bikes. At 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m., short films for children from around the world will be shown in the Doris Duke Theatre adjacent to the museum. Activities stop at 2 p.m., but the museum is open free of charge until 4:30 p.m. A shuttle bus is available to take families to the museum’s free Family Day at Spalding House, a similar program with activities for kids. For more information about the museums, read "Our Guide: Honolulu Museum" and "Our Guide: Spalding House."  Honolulu Museum of Art, 900 S. Beretania St.    

Thursday, May 10, 2018

5/11 - 5/18

School Calendar

Fri. May 11               PTO Teacher Appreciation concludes with Sweet Treats. Thanks for all donations

Mon. May 14            5th Grade Field Trip to Dave & Busters

Tues. May 15            3rd Grade Field Trip to Hokulani Imaginarium

Wed. May 16             Domino’s fundraiser – Order from the Dominos on post all day long and we profit

Thurs. May 17          Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast from 8am – 9am in Q207

Fri. May 18               School starts at 7:55 every day. Be in your seat or get tardy slip from office

Community Calendar

May 11 .     Learn how to make ti leaf lei from 9am - noon at Wahiawa Botanical Garden. Preregistration is required. call 808-522-7066

May 12 .    42nd Annual Pineapple Race leaves Ka'ala Elementary at 7am and goes along Wilikina Drive and over to Green World Farms and returns to Ka'ala. Expect lane closures to car traffic to allow runners and walkers to have safe space to complete race.

May 12 .    Friends of Wahiawa Public Library host a book sale from 9am - 2pm. 808-622-6345

May 12 .    Friends of Mililani Public Library host a book sale from 9am - 3pm 808-627-7470

May 12 .    Mililani Orchid Club hosts its annual Mother's Day Orchid Display and Plant Sale from 8am - 2pm at Mililani Mauka Elementary School. Call 808-286-8577

May 12 & 13 .    Hawai'i Pet Expo at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall from 10am - 4pm and admission is free. Hawai'i Pet Expo encourages responsible pet ownership and strengthening the unique bond between people and their pets through educational displays, live animal demonstrations and the latest in pet products and services.  Bring your fur babies (and human kids, too) to this annual event touting pet products and programs. Dog enthusiasts will want to see the Parade of Dog Show from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m., Saturday; the Hawaiian Kennel Club Puppy Match from noon to 3 p.m., Sunday; and a doggie massage demo at 11 a.m., Saturday. For cat fanciers: The Parade of Cat Show and Household Cat Show at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Sunday. A talk titled, “Comfort Care-End of Life Hospice for your Pets” is scheduled from 11 to 11:30 a.m., Sunday. The Hawai‘i Food Bank will collect canned food items (for humans). Dogs at the show must be leashed. Kids on leashes? Not recommended. 808-845-1762

May 12 .    Summer Craft and Collectibles Fair at the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai'i from 9am - 1pm and admission is free.  Seek and discover vintage treasures, antique collectibles, rare crafts and one of a kind gifts. 2454 S. Beretania Street in Honolulu.

May 12       Second Saturday at Hawaiʻi State Art Museum
Unleash creative spirits at this free, monthly event at the Hawai'i State Art Museum. This month’s project: Pop-up cards. Professional artists will be on-hand to help and inspire, and all materials will be provided. Allow at least 30 minutes for keiki to complete a project. Don’t forget to check out the winning entries from the 2018 “Young Artists of Hawai’i” competition. Due to renovations, the museum café, Artizen by MW, is closed through May 19. The gallery shop only is open on Saturdays and First Fridays during the same period. Read “Our Guide” to the Hawai'i State Art Museum.11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Hawai'i State Art Museum, 250 S. Hotel St.
May 13       Once a month, ʻIolani Palace offers free-admission tickets to kama’āina on a first-come, first-served basis. Walk the halls where King Kalākaua and his sister and successor, Queen Liliʻuokalani, once did, and learn about the overthrow of Hawai'i’s monarchy. Other rooms that may interest kids: The Throne Room where the king and Queen Kapiʻolani welcomed dignitaries; the Imprisonment Room where Queen Liliʻuokalani was held after her arrest and trial; and the State Dining Room with table settings and original furnishings. Bring Hawai'i state ID, Hawai'i driver’s license or active military ID. Non-locals may purchase tickets at regular prices.  9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ‘Iolani Palace, 364 S. King St. Guided tours with docents are from 9 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. Audio tours are from noon to 4 p.m. Free-admission tickets are available at the rear entrance from 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Summer Programs

In Wednesday folder today you will find information about summer enrichment classes at Daniel K. Inouye. They are offered June 18 - July 6 and cost is $25.00.  If you are interested, then pick up a registration form from the office.

Summer Reading Program through the Hawaii State Public Library System June 2 - July 14. Register and log reading beginning June 2 at or at your local library. Join this year for free reading rewards, activities and programs for children, teens, and adults.

Hawaii Pacific University offers Reading Skills and Speed Reading Programs for Children and Adults other summer in Honolulu, Pearl City and Kaneohe.  These popular summer classes are taught by instructors from the Institute of Reading Development. All programs meet once each week and last for a month; either June or July. Classes separated by the grade level the student enters next school year. To register or receive more information, please call (800) 834-3693 Monday - Friday from 5am - 4pm. We encourage you to enroll early as class size is limited.

YMCA offers summer programs and weekly overnight camps.  Free Y summer catalog at or  save up to 20% on summer programs with a Y family membership.  Join by June 1 and waive the $50 joiner fee.  Catalogs available in front office.

2018 Summer Youth Programs at Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor.  Explorer Club is 3 or 4 day camp for grades 3 – 5. The world of history, aviation and aerospace comes alive in these popular elementary level programs with a focus on creativity, teamwork and discovery. Program includes lunch and snacks each day and a logo T shirt. Member price for 3 days is $150 and non members pay $180.  Flight School is 5 day camp for grades 6 – 8. Spend an action packed week discovering the world of aviation through exciting STEM activities. Experiment with the forces of flight cargo loading, weather and atmosphere flight planning and more.  Prices range from $290 - $330.  Space is limited, so sign up today.