Parking Lot Construction Zone
Please DO NOT walk through the active parking lot construction area.
Workers are driving trucks and moving equipment from as early as 7am.
For the safety of adults and children, please heed the direction from the school faculty and staff.
We need your help!
Book Fair Volunteers Sept. 26-Oct. 7 Sign up here: goo.gl/DU2NT1
Shop online starting Sept. 26 http://www.scholastic.com/bf/dkies
Sept. 30 shop after school & at the family event
Oct. 3-6 7:30-3:00
Donations needed for Cardboard Challenge: masking tape, scotch tape, dice, bouncy balls, plastic spoons, tinfoil. Cleaning out your game cupboard? We'll take any games too! Drop off at the office labeled for Library.
A HUGE Mahalo to the families who are contributing to our Treats for Teachers, Monday, September 26. Drop off before/after school this week or by 2:00 Monday. It's not too late to contribute! The library is accepting $3 monetary donations towards sandwich trays & ice we will purchase from the commissary Monday morning.
Eat, Play, Build Friday, September 30, 5:00-7:00 p.m.
Build a cardboard challenge game, shop the book fair, eat a hot dog dinner by the PTO & create at our STEM stations! Families who bring their own cardboard challenge games to be played will be entered to win gift cards from the Children's Community Council.
Waiting Before and After School
Students who are dropped off or ride the bus in the mornings should wait in their designated waiting area in the morning.
Students with families should also wait in the main halls, the pavilion, the designated waiting areas, fronting the library, or cafeteria and not in front of or behind classrooms.
Students on campus must be supervised by an adult.
Thank you for your assistance.
Fri. Sept. 23 2nd grade field trip to Hawai’i Theater for Youth
Mon. Sept. 26 Book Fair open in the library for students to preview and sales 2:10 – 3:00
Tues. Sept. 27 Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 8am – 8:30am
Wed. Sept. 28 School is out at 1:10 every Wednesday
Thurs. Sept. 29 School starts at 7:55 every day. Be on time ready to learn.
Fri. Sept. 30 Cross Country Meet at Watts Field from 9am – 11am.
Eat Play Build and shop Book Fair family event 5pm – 7pm
Fri. Sept. 23 & Sat. Sept. 24 53rd Annual Coin Show featuring coin and stamp dealers from Hawaii and the Mainland. Hawaii Convention Center noon – 6pm on Sept. 23 & 10am – 5pm on sept. 25. Admission is free. (808) 377-9377
Sat. Sept. 24 Aloha Festivals Floral Parade starts at Ala Moana Park at 9am. Parade leaves Ala Moana Park and proceeds to Kapiolani Park. Alohafestivals.com
Sat. Sept. 24 Career Expo at Windward Mall from 10am – 6pm. Meet hundreds of job seekers in one place. For Booth inquiries contact email@example.com
Sat. Sept. 24 Ideas’s Music and Books sidewalk sale from 10am – 3pm at 670 Auahi Street. Savings on cd’s, books, DVD’s & LP’s
Sept. 27 Wahiawa Library sponsors a LEGO Makerspace session at 9:30am. Call 622-6346
Sat. Oct. 1 ‘Food for thought’ at Waialua High School cafeteria from 10am – 2pm. Cooking demonstrations, exhibitions, activities to explain concepts of farming and the community. firstname.lastname@example.org
Sun. Oct. 2 23rd annual Hawaii Children & Youth Day at the state capital and surrounding capital district from 10am – 3pm. Local entertainment, space exploration, fun and educational activities for the entire family. Accepting clothes donations to support event. Iolani Palace Cultural activities tours from 10am – 3pm. Free admission to Iolani Palace state rooms followed by a self-guided exploration of the galleries. Hawaii State Art Museum activities and tours from 10am – 3pm. Entertainment on the front lawn, tours in the art galleries and hands-on activities for all ages.
Fri. Oct. 7 Mililani High School First Friday. Food trucks in the parking lot from 4pm – 8pm. (808) 307-4323
Wednesdays Waimea Valley hosts Keiki Wednesday weekly with free admission and activities for kamaaina children up to age 12. Call (808) 638-7766
Wednesdays Tech Park Mart. Farmers market is open from 9am - 1pm on Wednesdays at 100 Kahelu Ave. in Mililani Tech Park. Features local produce, plate lunches, baked goods, eco-friendly products and more Call (808) 625-8915
Inspired in Hawaii Essay, poster and video contest with $20,000 cash awards. K – 12 grade level prizes for winning students and their teachers. How will you make Hawai’i a better place? More ways to win this year! New categories: digital media, Middle school video Division. More teacher prizes. Contest deadline: November 4, 2016. www.clarencetcchingfoundation.org
Oct. 15 Waimea Valley offers guided Moon Walks at 8pm. Cost is $10 per person. Enjoy this full moon walk to the waterfall. A dinner buffet also is available at 5pm in the Proud Peacock. Call 638-7766