Currently we send home low / negative meal balance slips, email reminders, and make phone calls for delinquent balances. Our school policy is to permit 1 meal loan per child ($2.50 for full meals, .40 cents for reduced meals). For the past month, our daily average is 60 students with negative meal accounts totaling around $300.
If you have not considered applying for free/reduced meals, please stop by the office to pick up an application or apply online at https://www.ezmealapp.com/.
Parents who do not correct their debt and are unresponsive to phone calls and emails will be referred to the Army School Liaison Office.
Federal Impact Aid Forms are continuing to be collected. We are still missing about 300 cards. If you receive a card that is missing information please add the military unit or Co name/number, sign and date. Thank you for your help in getting the cards back to us complete.
PCSing or moving off base?
Please fill out a release form in the office. We ask for 2 weeks notice so that we have time to gather the records to make the release packet.
Thurs. Nov. 3 School is out at 12:30 all week long. Thanks for being on time to your conference.
Fri. Nov. 4 Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 8am – 8:30am
Make Up Picture taking – Bring back your unsatisfactory picture packet and your child will take new picture ALSO students that arrived after Sept. 21 will take pictures for yearbook, ask teacher for picture order forms.
Mon. Nov. 7 Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 1:30pm – 2:00pm
Club picture taking in the afternoon
Tues. Nov. 8 NO SCHOOL – Election Day
Wed. Nov. 9 School is out at 1:10 on Wednesdays
Thurs. Nov. 10 Copy Training 8am – 9am – in PCNC office and we go to machines. NO kids
Fri. Nov. 11 NO SCHOOL – Veterans Day
Wahiawa 70th Annual Veterans day Parade at 10am leaving Ka’ala School - going up California Ave. and ending at Wahiawa District Park where more festivities are planned.
Nov. 4 Mililani 1st Friday food truck fest is open from 4pm – 8pm. About 3 dozen vendors at Mililani High School parking lot. 808-307-4323
Nov. 4 Trinity Lutheran School at 1661 California Ave in Wahiawa invites the community to an open house event from 1 to 4pm. Families can play games and tour the campus. Tls-hawaii.org
Nov. 5 Wheeler Middle School will be hosting the 3rd Annual Holiday Bazaar from 9 am - 2 pm. Here are some businesses that will have reps there: LuLaRoe, Avon, Rodan & Fields, Jamberry, doTerra, Pampered Chef, Usbourne, Thirty-One, Young Living, Scentsy, Origami Owl, Gold Canyon Candles. And much more, stop by and get a start on your Holiday shopping
Nov. 5 Free trees! UH Urban Garden Center at 955 Kam. Hwy in Pearl City and Wahiawa Botanical Garden will give out free trees while supplies last in celebration of Arbor Day. Limit is 1 tree per family. Other activities at Urban Garden include plant and ceramics sale, keiki crafts, a bonsai display and more. 7am – noon. Botanical gardens opens at 9am for trees. 808-453-6050
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. Huiomililaniuka.org
Nov. 11 Wahiawa 70th Annual Veterans day Parade at 10am leaving Ka’ala school - going up California Ave. and ending at Wahiawa District Park where more festivities are planned. Call 522-5149
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 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
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 hawaiinext50.com