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Thursday, December 15, 2016

12/16 - 12/21

Payment for Quarter 3and 4 bus service can be made at any time. The office will be open during the winter break.

If you will be PCSsing during the Christmas break please notify the office so that we can have a release packet ready on your child's last day.  If you notify us during the break your packet would not be ready till after teachers return in January.

Federal Impact Aid Forms
We are continuing to collect outstanding Federal Surveys.  We will be sending out forms again for those students that have not returned their form.  Please fill in any missing info and sign and return
the next day. 

Meal Accounts
Students with negative balances cannot participate in fun class activities until their balances are paid off.
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 
Parents who do not correct their debt and are unresponsive to phone calls and emails will be referred to the Army School Liaison Office.

School Happenings

Fri. Dec. 16          PTO Holiday celebration and the school play 5pm – 7pm
        The PTO  invites  you to our 2nd annual Winter Celebration 4:45-7:00pm. A fun evening of spreading holiday cheer with friends! Watch DKIES Winter Play, Toy of the Year performance at 5pm. Enjoy a Pizza meal for $3 (Drink, Chips and Pizza) Other activities to include: Writing Letters to Santa, Holiday Crafts, Photo Ops, Cake Walk, Complimentary Hot Chocolate to take home.
And last but not least: Raffle prizes, this year the DKI PTO will be offering one raffle ticket per each item donated to our wonderful cause; "Fisher House". They rely completely on donations. They need cash, cleaning supplies, laundry detergent, Books and games for adults, canned food and toys for children 0 – 13 years old. The Tripler Fisher House is a “home away from home” for families and patients receiving medical treatment at Tripler Army Medical Center and surrounding Medical Treatment facilities in Honolulu, HI.  Active duty, retirees and Veterans from all services are helped in their time of need for more information please visit
Mon. Dec. 19       4th Grade field trip to HTY & Chinatown

Tues. Dec. 20       2nd Grade winter Festival Program in the cafeteria at 8:30am
Kindergarten gingerbread house decorating with parents in the cafe 1-2

Wed. Dec. 21       Super Eagle Assembly in play court for honored students 8:30 – 9:30
                           Last day of the school for the 2nd Quarter and the year
Students return to school on Monday, January 10, 2017
Have a happy safe holiday season!

Community Happenings

Dec. 4 – 30 Honolulu City Lights Trolley Tours leave Ward Village. Cost is $7.75 per person. Take a ride through the city’s most anticipated light show. Proceeds benefit Hawaii Food bank. Check website for hours.

Dec. 16, 17, 18      Season’s Best Craft Fair at Neal Blaisdell Center over 250 booths..  Fri. 5pm – 9pm, Saturday 10am – 7pm and Sunday 10am – 5pm. Admission is $3.

Dec. 17      Baseball Clinic at Central Oahu Regional Park.  This 17th annual Pilikoko baseball Clinic is for Keiki age 11 and younger from 9am – noon And age 12 and older from 1pm – 4pm.  Participants are asked to bring a canned good donation.  Call 861-2488

Dec. 20 & 23      Christmas Shop at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church on 1679 California Ave. Open for business from 9am – 11am every Tuesday and Friday. Also thrift shop and food pantry.  Call 621-8662

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