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Friday, October 13, 2017

10/14 - 10/20

School is out for intercession break from October 9 – 16.
Students return to 2nd Quarter on October 17

Tues. Oct. 17                Welcome back to school for the 2nd Quarter

Wed. Oct. 18              Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 8am – 8:30am
                                    Field Trip for JPO to go to HPD

Thurs. Oct. 19          Field Trip for Pre school to the Honolulu Zoo


Fri. Oct.20                Copy Training in PCNC corner of front office from 8:00am – 9:00– no kids

Community Events

Sat. Oct. 14 .    Learn to create cartoon and superhero characters at the Kapolei Public library, 1`020 Manawai Street at noon for FREE.  In celebration of teen read week, local cartoonists Michael Cannon and Jon Murakami will teach teens how to create cartoon and superhero characters.  This is a 45 minute program and drawing supplies will be provided. Ages 10 and up are welcome.  808-693-7050

Sat. Oct. 14 .    Walking with Sierra Club Hawai'i at Ho'omaluhia Botanical Garden at 45-680 Luluku Road in Kaneohe.  From 10 - 11 for Free.  Get outside and move naturally and connect with your community with the Blue Zones Project.  

Sat. Oct. 14 .    Waipio Shopping Center hosts a pre-holiday swap meet and craft fair from 8am - 1pm. visit waipioshoppingcenter.com

Mon. Oct. 16 .    Children in kindergarten through 6th grade are invited to Mililani Public Library to make a superhero mask before trick or treating around the library. 3:30 - 4:30, 808-627-7470

Thursday, October 5, 2017

10/6 - 10/20


School Events

Fri. Oct. 6                  Kindergarten Field Trip to Waimanalo Farms
Cardboard Challenge  -- Sharing in the afternoon.  Students will playing and sharing their games outdoors.
Fall Festival Planning meeting at 2:30 in PCNC Office
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School is out for intercession break from October 9 – 16.
Students return to 2nd Quarter on October 17

Tues. Oct. 17                Welcome back to school for the 2nd Quarter

Wed. Oct. 18              Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 8am – 8:30am
                                    Field Trip for JPO to go to HPD

Thurs. Oct. 19          Field Trip for Pre school to the Honolulu Zoo


Fri. Oct.20                Copy Training in PCNC corner of front office from 8:00am – 9:00– no kids

Community Events

Write a haiku poem and draw a picture to enter the Cherry Blossom Festival Haiku Art Contest. Deadline for submissions is October. 14.  Submissions must include a 3 line 17 syllable haiku poem and 2-D original artwork (both on one 8 1/2 x 11 paper) which represent this year's theme, "Inspire" . Participants will be separated into 3 categories: grades 3 - 5, 6 - 8 & 9 - 12. One winner chosen from each group will receive a $100 cash prize in addition to onstage and print recognition.  Submissions and a completed entry form should be mailed to : 66th CBF Haiku Art Contest, PO. Box 1105, Aiea, HI . 96701 . For more information and to download the form, visit cbfhawaii.com/haikuart

Sat. Oct. 7 .    Festa Italiana at Kaka'ako, Ward Warehouse 449 Cooke Street from 4pm - 10pm.  Festa Italiana will offer a myriad of authentic Italian and Italian inspired experiences.  Lots of authentic Italian cuisine, music, art, entertainment. festaitaliana.com .

Oct. 7 & 8 .    Oh Baby! Family Expo at the Neal Blaisdell Center Exhibition Hall from 10am - 5pm. Admission is $5.50 and children 5 and under are free.  Hawaii's largest baby and kids expo (0-12) . Party expo to help you plan that perfect party, great entertainment, Baby Crawling Contest both days at 2pm, Toy and game expo, Hawaii multi consultant sale.com many independent consultants.

Sun. Oct. 8 .    Holiday Hiring at Waikele Premium Outlets from 10am - 5pm. Brand name retailers are looking to fill over 350 full and part time positions for the holidays and beyond.  Come dressed to impress and ready to fill out applications and to participate in possible interviews with the store manager. premiumoutlets.com/outlet/waikele


Monday, October 2, 2017

October DKIES Digest online

October Parent newsletter the DKIES Digest is now online at school website. 

Click link  
(http://www.inouye.k12.hi.us/  then on right side of screen click on Parent Bulletins.  

Menu is also on website –  click button “what’s for lunch” on top right side of main page


If you requested a copy of monthly parent newsletter printed, then it will be delivered to your child's classroom tomorrow.  Look for it in Wednesday envelope.

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Mon. Oct. 2   Tonight is     Eat Play Build Family event in the cafeteria 5:30 – 7. 
Shop the Book Fair in library,  Gather your family to build a game from cardboard.  Make the mess here rather than at home.

Dinner - Individual plates will cost $3.00 and the family deal, for four persons, can be purchased for $10.00. Each plate will consist of a hot dog, a bag of chips and a drink, PTO accepts cash only. Kona Ice accepts cash or charge. 


Bring a game your family made at home to add to our game alley or build one here, compete in derby dash,  Play games that others built. Add to the marble roller coaster and much more.

Thursday, September 28, 2017

9/29 - 10/6

All students are building games for the School-wide Cardboard Challenge on Friday, October 6.  If you don't want to make the mess at home, come to our Eat, Play, Build Family event Monday, Oct. 2 from 5:30-7:00 and make the mess at school!  Ask your child's teacher if the class needs parents to help monitor game play on Friday from 12:30-2:00.  Games can be very simple!  Take a peek at this Pinterest Board or get inspired by watching Caine's Arcade.

Parents are welcome to shop the book fair with their child's class.  Check the schedule here (click the sales tab on the bottom left) or check with your child's teacher.   You can also shop our fair online until October 13 via this link.  Monies raised at the book fair help us buy books and support learning opportunities for students and families.  Thank you for supporting our Book Fair! 

Bus Payment for Quarter 2  is being accepted now.  The office will be open during the Fall Break to accept payments or do any other business.

We continue to collect the Federal Impact Aid forms.  We have 160 forms that have yet to be returned.

If you have moved out of the hotel don't forget to turn in your address verification.  The office asks for at least 2 weeks notice to get a release packet together if you will be transferring to another school.


Parking for parents is across the street.  The parking lots connected to the school are reserved for the 100 staff employees


School Events

Fri. Sept. 29              Cross Country Invitational at Watts Field. 3rd, 4th & 5th graders on team compete
                                    Kona Ice fundraiser is afterschool. Enjoy cool shave ice from the truck on campus

                                    Grand Opening of Book Fair in Library after school today until 3pm


Book Fair is open from 7:30 – 3:00 (wed. until 2pm) Oct. 2 - 5 in the library

Mon. Oct. 2              Eat Play Build Family event in the cafeteria 5:30 – 7. Shop the Book Fair in library,  build a game from cardboard.  Dinner - Individual plates will cost $3.00 and the family deal, for four persons, can be purchased for $10.00. Each plate will consist of a hot dog, a bag of chips and a drink, PTO accepts cash only. Kona Ice accepts cash or charge.  Bring a game your family made at home to add to our game alley or build one here, compete in derby dash and much more.

Tues. Oct. 3              Super Eagle Assembly for pre school, kindergarten and 1st grade 8:30 in cafe

Wed. Oct. 4              Super Eagle Assembly for 2nd & 3rd grade at 8:30 in the cafe

Thurs. Oct. 5             Super Eagle Assembly for 4th & 5th grade at 8:30 in the cafe

Fri. Oct. 6                  Kindergarten Field Trip to Waimanalo Farms
Cardboard Challenge  -- Sharing in the afternoon 12:30 - 2
Fall Festival planning meeting 2:30 - 3:30
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School is out for intercession break from October 9 – 16. Students return to 2nd Quarter on October 17


Community Events

Sat. Sept 30 .    Craft Fair in the Wahiawa Shopping & Town Center from 10am - 2pm. 808 Craft and gift fairs host a mini fair with more than 20 vendors.  Free craft activities, keiki rides and games.  Magic show and balloon animals. performance by Wahiawa Middle School Jazz Band and Iliahi Elementary Na Kamali'i O Iliahi & Halau.  808craftandgiftfairs.com

Sat. Sept. 30 .    Garage Sale at Wahiawa Christian Church at 1710 Royal Palm Drive. Invites the community from 8am - 1pm to silent auction and plant sale also baked goods.  Call 636-1321

Sun. Oct. 1                 24th Annual Children and Youth Day will feature more than 300 free interactive, educational, and fun family activities for keiki of all ages.  At the state Capitol and Hawaii State Art Museum and more 10am – 3pm. Hawaiicyd.org for full list of events and locations