Parking Lot - Safety first!
Parking is a challenge for everyone, but the front parking lot is for staff only in the mornings. This is to ensure that teachers have parking and can get to their class on-time. Parents parking in the lot and children running through the parking lots are of great concern. Parents can drop off their child by the cafeteria and not get out of their car.
Mon. Dec. 12 Attendance is important. Every day counts.
Tues. Dec. 13 Thank you for getting to class on time every day.
Wed. Dec. 14 Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 8am – 8:30am
Jingle Bell Run – Donation of $1.00 and each grade level has 20 minute run
Dress in comfortable clothes like shorts/T-shirt, wear running shoes & socks, and bring water bottles.
Pre-School/Kindergarten 8:15 - 8:45
1st Grade 8:50 - 9:20
2nd Grade 9:25 - 9:55
3rd Grade 10:00 - 10:30
4th Grade 10:35 - 11:05
5th Grade 11:10 - 11:40
Everyone is encouraged to donate $1. Our GOAL is to collect $1,000 for Oahu Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to build the new Shelter and Emergency Care/Sterilization Facility. If our school is successful in the collection of $1,000, Daniel K. Inouye Elementary School will be honored by an engraved tile on the entry reception commemorative wall.
Thurs. Dec. 15 3rd Grade field trip to Hawaii Theater for Youth
Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 8am – 8:30am
Fri. Dec. 16 PTO Holiday celebration and the school play 5pm – 7pm
The PTO would like to invite you to our 2nd annual Winter Celebration on Dec 16th 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 https://www.tamc.amedd.army.mil/information/fisher.htm.
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. Ward-village.com/trolley
Dec. 9 2nds at Leilehua. Many food trucks in Leilehua High School parking Lot. 4pm – 7pm
Dec. 10 Craft Fair at Leilehua High School cafeteria from 9am – 2pm. FREE admission. Many vendors of crafts and food
Dec. 10 Aiea Community Christmas Parade and Fun Fair. Parade starts at Pearl Ridge Elementary School and ends at Aiea Public Library, 9am, FREE. The traditional holiday parade marches through Aiea, followed by a fun fair with food games and entertainment. email@example.com
Dec. 10 Aiea Elementary School craft and Gift Fair from 9am – 2pm for FREE. Featuring more than 150 vendors selling food, handmade gifts and much more. firstname.lastname@example.org
Dec. 10 Mele Kalikimaka Marketplace at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall from 10am – 5pm. Admission is $3 or $3. A one-stop holiday shop catering to visitors and residents looking for a holiday gift and family activities. Melekalikimakamarketplace.com
Dec. 10 Kapolei Parade of Holiday Lights starts at 6pm on Fort Barrett Road and ends at Kealakapu Street. Kapolei hale has light display, food, cultural entertainment, music and more. 765-6622