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Thursday, May 4, 2017

5/5 - 5/12

Stock up on summer reading books at our spring Book Fair!  
May 8-12, 7:30-3:00  in the library
Families are welcome to shop with their child's class.  (sign in at the office first)
Check with your child's teacher or view the schedule here:
Can't make it to the book fair?  You can shop online! until May 19.  All purchases benefit our school.  Thank you for your support!

Lost & Found
Many found items to the right of the stage that must be claimed. including Clothes, lunch items, personal items.  Everything will be donated at the end of the school year.

Fourth grade students of Daniel K Inouye Elementary recently participated in the clearing of invasive plants and planting of native plants at Kahuku Point on the property of Turtle Bay Resort. This amazing area is home to endangered and threatened, seals, turtles, seabirds and plants. The staff and students of DKIES and their families are invited to a follow-up field day. Come see what our students accomplished and expand the restoration area!
                                                      This climate adaptation service learning project is sponsored by NOAA, Turtle Bay Foundation, North Shore Community Land Trust and Youth Service Hawaii. When: May 13th 9am-12noon (Sign in from 8:30am)  Please RSVP for important information

School Events

Fri. May 5                  Happy Boys Day and Happy Cinco De Mayo

Book Fair in the Library all week long. 7:30am – 3:00pm this week only

Mon. May 8               Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 1:30pm – 2:00pm

Tues. May 9               3rd Grade Field Trip to Hokulani Imaginarium

Wed. May 10              School is out at 1:10 every Wednesday

Thurs. May 11                       1st Grade Field Trip to Japanese Cultural Center for some classes

Fri. May 12                2nd Grade Field Trip to Hawai’i Theater for Youth
                                    1st Grade Field Trip to Japanese Cultural Center for some classes
                                    5th Grade Field Trip to Dave & Buster’s

                                    Last Day to Shop the Book Fair in the Library

Community Events

Fri. May 5     Wahiawa Botanical Garden will teach you to make ti leaf lei from 9am - noon.  Completed lei will be placed on grave sites at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific for Memorial Day. Pre-registration required. Call 522-7066

Fri. May 5     First Friday at HISAM.  6pm - 9pm for FREE at Hawaii State Art Museum galleries open late for the public.. 586-9959

May 5, 6, 7     Mothers Day Crafts and food expo $5. admission and $4 military and senior citizens. Fri. 4pm - 9pm, Sat. 10am - 8pm 7 sun. 10am - 5pm. Awesome work by 200 vendors. Ono Island treats and live entertainment..

May 6 - 7     HawaiiBook &Music Festival from 10am - 5pm for FREE.  Frank Fasi Civic Grounds (area around Honolulu Hale) the 12th Annual Festival features plenty of best selling authors, new writers, musical entertainment and more. Over 140 events at 10 pavilions.Students in grades 3-6 might want to attend the Nene Ceremony, Saturday at 1:30 inside the Mission Memorial Auditorium at the festival.  The Nene is the State Award for Literature, chosen by students in grades 4-6.  Local author Audra Furuichi will talk about her comic book series, Nemu Nemu and give a free book to each child who attends the 45 minute ceremony.  The general public is allowed inside at 1:15.  Mrs. Colte hopes to see you there!

Sat. May 6     Pineapple Festival at Wahiawa District Park from 10am - 4pm.  Parade goes up California Ave. starts at Ka'ala Elementary at 9am and ends at park by 10.  Country Store, vendors, food, handcrafters, entertainment, keiki activities, T shirts at the park.

Sat. May 6     Parade of Farms: North Shore at the Waialua Sugar Mill from 9am - 4pm. 9am - 12:30 is farmers market. Take tours to see the behind the scenes of local farms or stay by the mill and enjoy informational booths, food and more.

Sat. May 6     May Day at Waimea Valley starts at 10am for free. Featuring live music, hula performances, cultural artisans, local vendors. Enter the May Day Lei contest between 8 - 9:30am.

Sat. May 6     Hawaii Small Business Fair at Leeward Community College, Education Building, 7:30am - 1pm for FREE. Learn more about how to run your small business with seminars on topics ranging from  websites, social media, marketing, business plans, financing and more. Pre-registration required

Mon. May 8     Wahiawa Botanical Garden offers Garden World Tour for keiki and their parents from 10am - 11am.  This free tour highlights plants from Asia. Other activities include a nature walk, crafts and more. Bring walking shoes, insect repellent, rain gear and drinking water. Pre-registration is required, call 522-7066

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