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Thursday, September 14, 2017

9/15 - 9/22

Please turn your Federal Impact Aid Form.  Each child should turn one in to their teacher.  100% must be returned or we have to call you to get them back.

Aloha! Our fall fundraiser is coming to an end on Friday the 15th of September. If your child has sold any Aloha Savings Cards please return the Student Collection Envelope, completely filled out including child's teacher and/or number. In the student collection envelope please include money or checks, the order form that has "who can help me reach my goal?' filled out with purchaser's name, how many cards  and the sellers name and teacher. Please make sure that all forms are filled out completely so that your child can get their appropriate rewards. We are closing the fundraiser on the 15th so please be sure that all forms and money are turned in by then. We appreciate  your participation in this fundraiser. The money used from this fundraiser is going towards the teacher grants, JPO, robotics, field trips and other various school supplies and activities. Thank you! -PTO

Reminder:  If you are PCSing please contact the office so that we can get a release packet ready for you to take on your child's last day.  We would appreciate 2 weeks notice.

Collecting cardboard boxes
Fliers for our family event on Oct. 2  Eat Play Build went home in yesterdays Wednesday folder and we hope your family can attend.  Your family can come together to build cardboard game of your imagination and leave the mess of creating at school.  This supports the school wide Cardboard Challenge where all games can be shared on Oct. 6 from 12:45 – 2pm.
Seeking donations of cardboard boxes. Please pull up your car and take boxes directly onto the stage in the cafeteria starting the week of Sept,  25.  Email to let her know that you have boxes to share so we know how many to expect.  Thanks for your support.

School Events

Fri. Sept. 15              Last day to turn in money to buy Aloha Cards

Mon. Sept. 18           School Community Council Facebook Town Hall Meeting 6pm – 7pm
                          Log on from home and participate in the discussion questions.

Tues. Sept. 19           Copy Training in PCNC corner of front office from 1:00pm – 2:00– no kids

Wed. Sept. 20           Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 8am – 8:30am

Thurs. Sept. 21         Boxtops for Education pick up from classes. Thank you for clipping carefully and turning them into classroom teachers.
                                 2nd Grade Field Trip to HTY

Fri. Sept. 22              Meeting for vendors that want to have booth at Fall Festival  2:30 in Q207

Community Events

Sat. Sept. 16 .         Military Family Hiring Day for NEX at the Mall at Pearl Harbor Main store lobby. On the spot interview and hiring. 

Sun. Sept. 17     Bank of Hawai’i Family Sunday at Honolulu Museum of Art, 900 Beretania Street.   11am – 5pm but activities end at 3pm.  FREE for families to look at abstract art and then make your own.  Create garden tree sculpture and colorful collage drawing.  Dance to live African and Latin inspired music. Or cool off in air-conditioned theater and watch short films from the New York International Children’s Film Festival.  A free trolley will take you to Spalding House where keiki can use mirrors to create collages and craft a mini neighborhood that fits inside a jewelry box.

Sat. Sept. 16          Waialua Public Library 90th anniversary celebration from 9am – 2pm. FREE entertainment and activities at the Waialua Bandstand. Visit Bungie the clown for face painting or balloon animal. Check out the community tent for activities and a book sale.  Live performances of Scottish country music, chamber music, hula and more.

Thursday, September 7, 2017

9/8 - 9/15

Celebrate Creativity at Dot Day
Tuesday, September 12, 2:20-3:30
We invite you to paint, draw, play & more at our 3rd annual Dot Day!  Inspired by the book, The Dot, by Peter H. Reynolds, Dot Day is a great day for families to explore your creative side after school.  Cool off with a Jamba Juice Smoothie for $5.00, help create our Taiko drum & have fun with your family with some craft projects.  

We're looking for people to perform country music at our Book Fair Family Event, Monday, October 2, from 5:30-7:00 p.m.  If you're interested, or know of a band looking for opportunities to play, please email librarian Michelle Colte at or stop by the library for more information. 

School Events

Mon. Sept. 11           Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 8am – 8:30am

Tues. Sept. 12           Dot Day afterschool event for families 2:30 – 3:30 outside library

Wed. Sept. 13           4th grade Field Trip to HTY & Chinatown

Thurs. Sept. 14         Copy Training in PCNC corner of front office from 8:00am – 9:00– no kids

Fri. Sept. 15              Last day to turn in money to buy Aloha Cards PTO fundraiser

Community Events

Sept. 9 .    Discover Art with your family at various locations in Downtown area around The ARTS at Marks Garage from 1pm - 4pm for FREE.  Create beautiful and colorful tissue paper flowers and collaged containers at Marks, plus watch a calligraphy demonstration at Louis Pohl Gallery, browse sidewalk sales and more.

Sept. 9 .    Friends of Mililani Public Library Book Sale at Mililani Public Library from 9am - 3pm. Browse books, CD'd, and DVD;s.  Proceeds benefit the library and its programs. 808-627-7470

Sept. 9 .    Summer Craft and collectibles Fair at the Japanese Cultural center of Hawai'i from 9am - 2pm, FREE.  Seek and discover vintage treasures, antique collectibles, rare crafts and one of a kind gifts.

Sept. 9 .    Aloha Festivals Royal Court Investiture and Opening Ceremony at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel, Coconut Grove at 4pm and opening ceremony is at Royal Hawaiian Center, Royal Grove at 5pm for free. The court of the 2017 Aloha Festival is crowned amidst traditional chants and hula kahiko.

Sept. 9 .     Children are invited to play with LEGOs from 10am - 11am at the Wahiawa Public Library. 808-622-6345

Sept. 10 .    808 Craft and Gift Fairs at HouseMart Ben Franklin Mapunapuna at 2810 Pa'a Street from 10am - 3pm for free.  Crafters, resellers, wholesalers and direct sellers show off their wares.  808-479-5525