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Thursday, February 23, 2017

2/24 - 3/5

Parents have the opportunity to write special Love Note to their child to be included in the yearbook. Write your message and include a picture but get it in no later than Feb. 28. dkiyearbook@gmail.com

We are in the process of switching to a new online meal service program. Online meal payments and reminders are now available!  Please visit School Cafe  to register your child(ren).
Look at the top of your child's most recent report card for their student ID number.  Set up automated payments and reminders!  

As we get this new system in place we will be sending no  slips of paper home with low or negative balances. please monitor your child's balance and make deposit in a timely manner.  Cash or checks made out to State of Hawaii-Department of Education are accepted in our office during business hours.  In the memo section, please write DKIES with student/family name. Funds are credited to student accounts each morning at 8:30am.  If you make a deposit after this time, it will be credited on the next business day.

School Events

Fri. Feb. 24     Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 8am - 8:30am

Mon. Feb. 27     Buddy Pictures after school behind the cafeteria. gather a friend and smile for picture guaranteed to be in the yearbook. $1.00 per person in the picture.

     School Community Council Meeting 3:00 in office conference room

Tues. Feb. 28     1st Grade field Trip to Sea Life Park

Wed. March 1     Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 8am - 8:30am

Thurs. March 2     Read Across America celebrates Dr. Suess birthday by having soldier readers going to classrooms

Community Events

Feb. 25     Craft Fair at Leilehua High School Cafeteria from 10am - 2pm. Admission is FREE so come and enjoy creative crafts, local foods, vendors, silent auction and much more

Feb. 25 & 26     Waikiki Artfest at Kapiolani Park 9am - 4pm by the Bandstand.  Featuring original Handmade in Hawaii apparel, jewelry, woodwork, ceramic, unique crafts & art. Wonderful gifts for yourself, family and friends. Also music, entertainment and food.

March 5     Sea Life Park Presents Keiki Fun Sunday 10am - 2pm. Park opens 9:30 - 4 with special activities like live entertainment, Dolphin Arts & crafts, Mermaid Meet and greet, Games and more from 10 - 2. Two keiki Free with each paying adult. Purchase tickets online sealifeparkhawaii.com.

Contests

Central Oahu youths in grades K - 12 have until March 10 to submit artwork that depicts the theme, 'Sew a Lei for Memorial Day.'  Winning artwork will be used to seek out donations and volunteers willing to give their time, flowers and talents to make approximately 38,000 lei that will be placed at each gravesite at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific at Punchbowl on Memorial Day.  First, second, and third place winners will be selected from 3 grade categories. K-4, 5-8. and 9-12.  First place winners from each group will have their posters distributed statewide and on display for the entire month of May.  For more information, visit honoluluparks.com

Writing and Art Contest - theme is 'Everyday Heroes'. Your keiki could win a $100 prize package. Deadline is 4:30pm April 3 and all entries become the property of Parents and Children Together. Submission of an entry implies consent to have work published in Honolulu Star-Advertiser on May 11. Entries may be stories, poems or artwork about 'Everyday Heroes'.  Each entry must be the original work of a student currently in grades 1 through 12.  Written work should be no longer that 350 words.  Artwork should be no larger than 18" x 24". Each entry must have complete information printed on the BACK. student's name, address, phone number, grade level, school name and teacher name.  Home schooled students should write 'homeschooled' in place of school name and they must include their grade level.  Mail or deliver entries to:  Parents and Children Together Keiki Day, 1485 Linopuni Street, Suite 105, Honolulu 96819.  Call (808) 847-3285 or pactkeikiday.org

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