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Thursday, November 10, 2016

11/11 - 11/19

Spirit  Committee is organizing Spirit Week. Just for fun, next week.
Must follow basic school dress code.
Monday- Pajama Day
Tuesday- Twins Day
Wed.- Wacky Hair Day
Thursday- Athletics Day
Friday - Mismatch with a mustache

School Happenings
Fri. Nov. 11               NO SCHOOL – Veterans Day - Mahalo to all Veterans!!
                                    Wahiawa 70th Annual Veterans day Parade at 10am leaving Ka’ala School – going up California Ave. and ending at Wahiawa District Park

Mon. Nov. 14           Spirit Week - Pajama Day

Tues. Nov. 15           Spirit Week – Twins Day
                                    Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 8:00am – 8:30am
                                    Last day to turn in order form with money for PTO Holiday Grams

Wed. Nov. 16           Spirit Week – Wacky Hair Day

Thurs. Nov. 17         Spirit Week – Athletics Day
                                    Lei Making Class 8 am – 9am in Transition Center / PCNC Office
                                    Boxtops labels for Education – pick up from classrooms
                                    PTO Kona Ice on campus behind cafeteria after school – enjoy shave ice

Fri. Nov. 18               Spirit Week - Mismatch with a mustache

Community Happenings

Nov. 10      Fall Fest at Mililani Uka Elementary School from 5pm – 8pm. Scrips will be available for purchase, which will allow attendees to play games for a chance at prizes. The evening will also feature food from booths manned by students in different grade levels, along with food trucks, a silent auction and a country store. 94-380 Kuahelani Avenue.

Nov. 11       Wahiawa 70th Annual Veterans day Parade at 10am leaving Ka’ala school - going up California Ave. and ending at Wahiawa District Park. Call 522-5149

Sat. Nov. 12        Food Photography Workshop at Wahiawa Botanical Gardens from 9:30am – 11:30am. Free but pre-registration is required. 808-522-7066.  Eyes of Hawaii Photography Club host a cooking and photography workshop.  Learn how to take aesthetically pleasing photos of food.  Bring a potluck dish to share and a DSLR or camera with macro mode.

Sat. Nov. 12        Waimea Valley hosts Makahiki Festival and Ke’alohi Hula Competition with opening ceremony at 9am.  Hula competition and games and live music and vendors, artisan workshops and more from 10am – 4pm. Cost is $10 or $12 for this 5th annual Ke’alohi hula competition.

Sat. Nov. 12        Haleiwa Art Walk from 3pm – 8pm. Various locations in Haleiwa Town galleries open their doors for an evening celebrating art, artists and North Shore’s residents and guests with live music, wine and pupu 808-637-4558

Sun. Nov. 13        Temple of Emanu El at 2550 Pali Hwy hosts Hannukah Craft Fair from 8am – 3pm admission is FREE.  See plenty of holiday gifts, handmade goods, food, Judaica items, entertainment and more. or 595-7521

Nov. 14      Mililani Library hosts Holiday Workshop from 6pm – 7:30 pm.  Learn to crochet a butterfly pin, make a T-shirt bag and jar opener and much more.  Participants must be 18 or older and pre-registration in person is required. Call 627-7470

Nov. 14      Toastmasters Mililani Club convenes at 7:30pm at Mililani Ike Elementary School to help members improve communication and leadership skills. Call 282-2417

Nov. 19      Turkey Trot at HMR physical Fitness center at 7am. Register early at any MWR PFC to guarantee a T shirt size. 655-8007 or


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

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


Youth in Central Oahu have until Jan. 31, 2017 to submit entries for the 3rd annual Hawaii Next 50 Contest.  Open to students in grade 4 – 12. Participants must first read former Gov. George Ariyoshi’s book, Hawaii: The past 50 years, The next 50 years.  Entrants must then address the following prompt in an essay, poster or video: “Looking ahead to the next 50 years”  Imagine how we can use current technology or future technology to create more affordable, housing, achieve food sustainability or promote new and innovative industries.  Winners will be honored on the floor of the state House of Representatives, attend a luncheon with legislators and receive a monetary prize.  To request a copy of the book and for contest rules and more information, visit 

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