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Wednesday, October 5, 2016

10/6 - 10/21

Lost & Found not claimed before Friday, Oct. 7 will be donated to Thrift Store.  Tables in front of cafeteria by the stage are overflowing with lunchboxes, jackets and more.

Make a Difference Day will be October 12. To sign up to help or bring refreshments for our volunteers, click this link, mahalo  https://goo.gl/forms/8XURjvPzBOInH9Zj1



2nd grade class B1 is collecting baby wipe containers...any size or shape. 


School Happenings
           
Thurs. Oct. 6                  Last Day to shop Book Fair until 3pm today

Fri. Oct. 7                  Super Eagle assembly in the new playcourt 8:30 – 9:30 – by invitation to parents
Cardboard Challenge – Share, discover explore

School is out October 10 – 17 for intercession break.
School returns for the 2nd Quarter on Oct. 18

Wed. Oct. 12            Make a Difference Day from 8am – 12 noon. Soldiers, parents and teachers are encouraged to come and help beautify our campus. Gladly accepting donations of food and drinks for volunteers.
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Mon. Oct. 17                        Ceremony at 9am to dedicate the new library and celebrate renaming of school

Tues. Oct. 18                        School returns for all students to start the 2nd quarter
                                    4th Grade field trip to Iolani Palace and state capitol - - O201 & O202 & ½ C2
                                    PTO Kona Ice on campus behind cafeteria after school – enjoy shave ice

Wed. Oct. 19             Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 8am – 8:30am

Thurs. Oct. 20          Boxtops labels for Education – pick up from classrooms
                                    4th Grade field trip to Iolani Palace and state capitol - - C1 & C4 & ½ C2
                                    3rd Grade field trip to Pacific Aviation Museum – ½ the classes

Fri. Oct. 21               Copy Training 8am – 9am – in PCNC office and we go to machines. NO kids
                                    3rd Grade field trip to Pacific Aviation Museum – ½ the classes
                                    Yearbook cover competition due today – all students can enter contest by drawing

Community Happenings

Wheeler Middle School PTSO is accepting vendors for their Holiday Bazaar on November 5. Submit application with $30 fee by October 31 or until space is filled. To get vendor application email PTSO.wheeler.middle.hi@gmail.com

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. Oct. 7          Mililani High School First Friday. Food trucks in the parking lot from 4pm – 8pm. (808) 307-4323

Fri. Oct. 7   First Friday at Hawaii State Art Museum 6pm – 9pm FREE. Dayton Watanabe plays slack-key guitar – 808-586-9959

Oct. 7              Command Golf Scramble at Leilehua Golf Course. 12 noon shotgun start. Check in is 10am – 11:30am. Cost is $50 per player, sign up as a team or individually. Price includes: 18 hole green fee, cart fee, free driving range balls, door prizes, flight prizes, pupus and 2 mulligans per player. Register with payment to hold your spot. (808 655-4653

Oct. 8              Wet n Wild Hawaii has a Beef Stew cook-off from noon to 2pm. Regular park admission. It’s a beef stew showdown among Sam Choy, West Side Fire, Honolulu Police Dept., Windward CC culinary students and Dale Thomas. Sample and vote for your favorite and win prizes. Wetnwildhawaii.com

Oct. 8              Annual neighborhood Yard Sale in Wahiawa. Over 21 houses participate Valley Ave. & Ridge Ave. & Crest Ave.  Below Wahiawa Elementary School on Kilani Avenue

Oct. 8 & 9  Hawaii Comic Con returns to the Hawaii Convention Center with a slate of guests that include Marvel icon Brian Michael Bendis and Disney’s Mat Nastos.  Check the website for a complete schedule and more information. Visit amazinghawaiicomiccon.com

Oct. 8 & 9  Oh Baby! & Toy & Game and Party Family Expo at the Blaisdell Center from 10m – 5pm. Admission is $5.50. A weekend event for Hawaii’s young families and kids with more than 150 exhibitors offering information and new products. PATCH hosts a training on positive disciplining at 11:30 in the galleria.   Stations where kids ages 3 – 12 can play with the latest and greatest STEM toys and a party center with over 20 vendors for venues, catering, decorations, activities, entertainment and sweets. Great variety of food for sale. Fun fashion for girls with fashion show at noon Sat.  Main stage has hourly guest speakers and performers. Baby crawling contest is Oct. 9 at 2pm.  Family Dress Up costume parade Oct. 9 at 3pm.
 Ohbabyfamilyexpo.com

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.  Bishopmuseum.org

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

Oct. 15       Zombie 5K Run at Leader's Field Schofield Barracks at 6:30pm. Register at any MWR PFC 808-655-8007 or himwr.com

Oct. 15      BAZAAR from 8am – 2pm at Olive United Methodist Church in Wahiawa. 108 California Avenue 808-622-1717

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


Oct. 16      Comic Jam at Pearlridge Center Downtown center court from 1pm – 4pm .  Visit with a dozen artists – professionals and hobbyists – or just watch this collaborative process.  Pearlridgeonline.com

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