Enjoy your Winter Break. Hope it’s happy and healthy.
Those moving, we wish you safe travels and the best of luck in your new school.
Those returning next year, we look forward to seeing you Tuesday, January 10
The office will be open during the winter break.
You can make payment for school buses or to your meal account.
If you notify us during the break your packet would not be ready till after teachers return in January.
School Meal Accounts
Our school lunch policy is to permit 1 lunch loan per student.
We send home negative balance slips daily, low balance slips on Wednesday, and also email and make phone call reminders.
Please update your contact information with the school if it has changed.
Beginning January 2017, we will no longer serve students who owe more than $5.00.
These students, regardless of age, will spend lunch in the office away from peers who have food. It is a parent’s responsibility to ensure that their child’s meal account is current.
Families who do not correct their debt and are unresponsive to notices will be referred to the Army School Liaison Office in addition to other agencies as we see fit.
If you need assistance with paying for meals please apply for free/reduced meals at https://www.ezmealapp.com/.
If you are experiencing financial hardship, please contact the Army School Liaison Office at 655-8326.
Tues. Jan. 10 School returns for the 2nd semester
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
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