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Thursday, March 9, 2017

3/10 - 3/21

If your child will be moving during Spring Break, please contact the office now so they can get together packet for you to take.

Yearbooks:  Time to preorder is quickly flying by.  Preorders available through March 17th.  There will be a limited amount of soft copy yearbooks available when the books arrive - but they will be sold on a first come basis.

Buddy Pics for the Yearbook:  Only 1 Monday left.  Guaranteed to be in the Yearbook.  Photos will be this coming Monday after school, behind the cafeteria.  $1 / per student / per photo.

School Events

Fri. March 10     Leilehua Complex Fitness day – 5th grade field trip to Leilehua High School
                           2nd Grade field trip to Hawaii State Art Museum for B1, O101, O102
                           Last day to turn in pledge envelope for color fun run prizes

Mon. March 13     Buddy Pictures afterschool – Last day to take pictures with friends for yearbook

Tues. March 14     Chaperone Training from 12:00 – 12:30 in PCNC office in front office

Wed. March 15     Dominos fundraiser all day long. Order from Dominos on post & school profits
           2nd Grade Garden Sale from 12:15pm - 1:00pm in the hallway between A & B building. Purchase fresh vegetables grown in 2nd grade garden. Cash sales only

Thurs. March 16     Boxtops Labels for education pick up from classrooms – Turn them in anytime

Fri. March 17     Super Eagle Assembly 8:30 – 9:30 in covered Playcourt
                            
Once again, the DKIES Drama Group will be putting on a pair of One-Act Plays on Friday, March 17. Come see our outstanding casts perform in "Nellie's Fishy Fate" and "The Cell".  Audience can get signed in and seated 4:45 - 5. Then plays from 5 to 5:40.  Come support our students that have worked so hard at rehearsals for their big moment on stage to shine. Brief break after the plays to stretch, reset and buy snacks. Snack sale is fundraiser for 5th grade end of year event. Then Let’s all play Bingo.  Fabulous prizes available and there is no cost to play.

Enjoy Spring Break - No School until March 28

Community Events

March 10     2nds at Leilehua High School. 4pm - 8pm Many food trucks in the front parking lot

March 11     Family Fun Day at Dole Plantation from 10am - 2pm, FREE.  Enjoy a performance by comedian Frank DeLima, plus keiki games, food booths and other activities.  Train tours available for a special rate of $7 - $5.75. doleplantation.com

March 11 &12    Honolulu Festival at 3 locations. Hawaii Convention Center, Waikiki Beach Walk and Ala Moana Center. 10am - 6pm on March 11 and 10am - 3pm on March 12, FREE.  Enjoy cultural performances, music, dance, hands on activities and more. honolulufestival.com

March 11     2nd Saturday at HISAM from 11am - 3pm, FREE. Honolulu State Art Museum celebrates community through collaborative weaving with Hawaii Handweavers Hui, then create your own springtime head lei. susan.m.hogan@hawaii.gov

March 11     Kolekole 10 K Run starts at Leader's Field on Schofield. Registration is $45.00 and T shirt size is not guaranteed. Open to all military ID card holders and sponsored guests.  Runners, walkers, strollers and youth participants are welcome. Children not in a stroller must register to participate. Animals are not permitted.  The course will be 5k up the Kolekole pass and turn around at Waianae side of the top gate to return to Leaders field.  To register  https://hawaii.armymwr.com/pacific/hawaii/programs/health-and-fitness-center

March 14     Wahiawa Public Library hosts a game night from 6pm - 7pm. (808) 622-6345

March 21     EFMP Bowling during Spring Break from 1:00pm - 2:30pm at Fort Shafter Bowling Alley.  There will be $2.25 per game per person fee. Reservations required- https://hawaii.armymwr.com/pacific/hawaii. Click on 'calendar' to make sure we have enough lanes, please RSVP in the 'comments' section with # of participating family members, EFM name and date of birth

The first Ellison Onizuka Day of Exploration will be held April 29, 2017 at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall.  Free and open to the public (you will have to pay for parking), the Aloha Council, Boy Scouts of America, has organized a day of STEM workshops, displays, robotics, interactive activities, demonstrations, food, games, opportunity to learn more about Scouting, competitions and a not to be missed sciencepresentation/demonstrations by Jake, a Wizard IV.  On line registration
begins March 1. https://www.scoutingevent.com/104-ODESTEM

Please note that all youth who are in grade 6 and below MUST be accompanied by an adult who is registered for the same workshop. A parent may accompany up to 2 youth, and den leaders or teachers may accompany up to 5 youth. The youth and adult must all be registered for the same workshop in the same time period.




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