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Thursday, September 8, 2016

9/9 -9/17


Lost and Found
We are accumulating numerous items left at lunch and around campus.  Please check the table in the cafeteria closest to the main hallway exit and the office if you have lost any items at school.  We donate unclaimed items to the local thrift stores and non-profits at the end of each quarter.
School Meal Accounts
We send home low / negative meal balance slips every Wednesday.  We also send email reminders for students who owe less than $5.00 and make phone calls for delinquent balances greater than $5.00. Our school policy is to permit only 1 lunch loan per child ($2.50 for full meals, .40 cents for reduced meals).  We do not want to deny our students food, so we serve them when they come through for lunch.  If you have not considered applying for free/reduced meals, please stop by the office to pick up an application.  Parents who do not correct their debt and are unresponsive to phone calls and emails will be referred to the Army School Liaison Offic

School Happenings
           
Mon. Sept. 12           School starts at 7:55 every day – Be in class ready to learn

Tues. Sept. 13           Copy Training 1pm – 2pm – in PCNC office and we go to machines. NO kids

Wed. Sept. 14           Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 8:00am – 8:30am

Thurs. Sept.15          Book Swap after school in the cafeteria -Bring a book and swap for another---------50 cents for freshly popped popcorn

Fri. Sept. 16              PTO Kona Ice on campus behind cafeteria after school – enjoy shave ice

Community Happenings

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 

Fri. Sept. 9  Movies on the Lawn: Big Hero 6 from 6pm – 9pm at Stoneman Field on Schofield

Fri. Sept. 9         Leilehua High School host 2nds at Leilehua from 4pm – 8pm in the school parking lot. Look for food trucks, music and more. Visit 2nds at Leilehua on Facebook or email secondsatleilehua@yahoo.com

Fri. Sept. 9         Wahiawa Library offers an introductory computer class at 10am for ages 12 and up. Sign up at 622-6345

Sat. Sept. 10              Aloha Wahiawa Arts & Crafts Fair at Wahiawa Town Center, 923 California Ave. from 9am – 2pm, FREE. Browse 30 plus craft booths, live entertainment from Royal Hawaiian Band, Wahiawa Middle School Jazz Band and the US Pacific Fleet Jazz Ensemble and more. Wahiawa Lions Club Food Drive, please donate. 221-2774

Sat. Sept. 10               Kalo Fest at Waimea Valley. Free annual Kalo & awa Festival with plenty of kalo, awa, tastings, farm produce booths and more. Call 638-7766

Sept. 17 & 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

Sat. Sept. 24       Career Expo at Windward Mall from 10am – 6pm.  Meet hundreds of job seekers in one place. For Booth inquiries contact ckamakea@staradvertiser.com

Sept. 27     Wahiawa Library sponsors a LEGO Makerspace session at 9:30am. Call 622-6346

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

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