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Thursday, April 6, 2017

4/7 - 4/14

PTO can use commissary plastic bags and boxes to help sort Fun Run prizes, bring to their room P15.
Also parents with leaf blowers that are willing to loan it to blow excess dye off students at Fun Run are asked to email  Also looking for Parent Volunteers to help sort Fun Run prizes April 17 and deliver to classes April 18, email if available.

School Events

Fri. April 7                  Dress up in Red, White and Blue to celebrate April as the Month of the Military Child
Track Meet at Leilehua High for 5th grade team

Mon. April 10             Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 8am – 8:30am

Tues. April 11          School starts at 7:55 every day - Be in class on time or get tardy slip from office

Wed. April 12             School is out at 1:10 every Wednesday

Thurs. April 13           Kindergarten Field Trip to Polynesian Cultural Center

Fri. April 14                NO SCHOOL – GOOD FRIDAY

Community Events

April 8     Hawaiian Scottish Festival and Highland games at Ala Moana Beach Park, McCoy Pavilion from 10am - 9pm and April 9 10am - 6pm for FREE.  Enjoy traditional Scottish highland games, fun, music, food, keiki activities, crafts, bagpipers, dance and more. plus 8 live bands.

April 8     Spring Rummage Sale at Waialua Elementary School from 9am - noon. Find great items, including clothes, household goods and much more.  Free refreshments and door prizes.

April 8     Easter Eggs-Pedition at Mililani Shopping Center from 10am - noon for Free.  Visit the Easter Bunny, ride ponies, make and take crafts, play games and more.

April 8 & 9     Hawaii Ocean Expo at Blaisdell Exhibition Hall from 10am - 5pm and cost of admission is $6.00.  Check out everything and anything to do with our Hawaiian waters, with exhibitor booths showcasing the latest in the ocean industry in watersports, watercrafts, fishing, apparel and more.

April 8     Historic Haleiwa Town Art Walk from 3pm - 8pm for free.  Haleiwa galleries open their doors for an evening celebration of artist, art and North Shore residents and visitors.  Meet the artists, enjoy live music, and sample wine and pupu  (808) 637-4558

April 8     Celtic Culture for free at Mililani public Library from 2:30pm - 3:15pm. suitable for children age 5 and older.  Patrick Ball entertains with a traditional brass-strung Celtic harp.

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