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Thursday, October 20, 2016

10/21 - 10/31

The Big Draw, Thursday, October 27, 2:20-3:30

Families are invited to draw, paint, and construct as you visit different art stations in the cafeteria and library.  When the bell rings at 2:10 – help your child change into easy costume (and parents encouraged to wear costumes also)    Buy tasty treats from the PTO bake sale! And purchase Jamba Juice smoothies - $5.00 for 16 oz smoothie.  Then register in the cafeteria to get your program and sketch book by 2:30 for short introduction. All stations will open for families to explore art techniques after 2:30

School Happenings

Fri. Oct. 21               Yearbook cover competition due today – all students can enter contest 

Mon. Oct. 24              School Community Council meeting at 3:00pm

Tues. Oct. 25                 Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 1:30 – 2:00
                                    PTO General Membership Meeting in the cafeteria 2:30 – Everyone Welcome

Wed. Oct. 26            Turkey Trot – Every grade level will come to the field to run or walk to the music for 20 minutes. Request donation of canned food as you arrive at front field.
Our GOAL is to collect at least 1,200 canned good items for HAWAII FOODBANK.
Students are asked to dress comfortably, wear tennis shoes, and bring water bottles to the field.
Turkey Trot Schedule
Pre-School/Kindergarten              8:10 - 8:40
1st Grade                                           8:45 - 9:15
2nd Grade                                         9:20 - 9:50
3rd Grade                                         9:55 - 10:25
4th Grade                                          10:30 - 11:00
5th Grade                                          11:05 - 11:35

Thurs. Oct. 27          Evacuation Drill for the entire school at 8:30 – walking to youth center and back
                                The Big Draw afterschool family event at 2:30. PTO bake sale & Jamba Juice

Fri. Oct. 28               School starts at 7:55 every day – Be in your seat or get tardy slip from office

School is out at 12:30 all week long Oct. 31 – Nov. 4
for Parent Student Teacher conferences

Community Happenings

Saturdays and Sundays in October      Fall Festival and Pumpkin Patch at Waimanalo Country Farms, 41-225 Lupe Street. FREE fun for the whole family  808-306-4381

Oct. 8 – Jan. 8    Bishop Museum says Let’s Explore space, plants, animals and rain forests with Dora and Diego of the Nickelodeon shows.

Oct. 21, 22, 23     Season’s Best Craft Fair at Blaisdell Center over 275 booths with artisans, exquisite products, original designs, personalized items. Fresh baked goods.  Huge assortment of beautiful crafts and gift items.. Fri. 5pm – 9pm, Sat. 10am – 7pm and Sun. 10am – 5pm with $3.00 admission.

Oct. 21 and 22     Holiday Job Fair at Pearlridge Center for stores and restaurants.  Oct. 21 from 5pm – 8pm and Oct. 22 from 10am – 2pm at Uptown and Downtown center courts. Call 203-2366 or

Oct. 22      Spooklife Park at Sealife Park in Waimanalo 1:30pm – 5:30pm.  Admission is $10.31 for haunted theater, underwater pumpkin carving contest, festival games, trick or treating, keiki costume contest and more.

Oct. 22      Zombie Dash at Turtle Bay Resort 4pm – 8pm. $45. Get chased by zombies during a 5K run along Kawela Bay. Those who escape ‘unbitten’ receive a raffle ticket for prizes. 293-6000

Oct. 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30, 31  Scare Hawaii presents a Haunted House in Windward Mall at old Sports Authority. 7pm – 10pm. Admission $15. Or $25 Fastpass in Kaneohe.

Wed. Oct. 26      Webinar on setting up your child for academic success from 12:00pm – 1:00pm.  Topics include: advocating for your child; creating a homework environment; homework strategies and more Use this link to register –   After signing up, you will receive a confirmation email with more details.

Oct. 28      Tropics features Painting a picture with an experienced artist while sipping the beverage of your choice. $35 per person non refundable includes all supplies and a select choice of drinks. Please arrive early to purchase your drinks and food. Class starts promptly at 7pm.  Pre-registration is required - visit Tropics or call 655-5698

Oct. 29      Wahiawa Library sponsors a LEGO makerspace session at 9:30am. Cal 622-6346

Oct. 29      Wahiawa Halloween free keiki fest will take place from 10am – 1pm in Longs Drugs parking lot at Wahiawa Town Center.  Many Games, keiki rides and crafts. A magic show is set for 10:30am followed by a costume contest at noon. Call 221-2774

Sun, Oct. 30         9am to 3pm Working with Waimea Valley Hiʻipaka LLC on a native forest restoration project. This is a hike up to Kalaheʻe Ridge (approximately 45 minute hike) to plant native plants and remove invasive species. Meet at Waimea Valley Botanical Office at 9am 59-864 Kamehameha Hwy RSVP to Hye Jung at .
What to bring? 
Water (at least 2 liters) , Lunch , Gloves , Rain gear (if you have) , Insect Repellent (just for the hike up) , Closed toed shoes , Sunscreen , Hat , Long pants , Long sleeved shirt , Positive attitude

Oct. 31      Zumba class and party in costume 9am at Kaena Community Center. Zumba dance to Halloween music then share in potluck and fun after hour long class. Thank you for bringing food to share. Spooky decor and lights. Costume contest, goody bags for first 50.

Oct. 31      Fang-tastic Mililani Shopping Center hosts center-wide trick or treating and a Halloween costume contest from 5pm – 7pm.

Oct. 31      Schofield Barracks Youth Center features Fright Night Dance and costume contest from 6pm – 9pm for Grades 6th – 12th.  Featured activities: Haunted house, photo booth, pizza party, candy giveaways.  $5. Admission. Non-members will requite a signed parent permission form to attend. 2251 McMahon Rd Bldg 9090 – 655-0451

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