Enjoy your 3 day weekend! No school Monday Feb. 18 for Presidents Day
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Fri. Feb. 15 Jump Rope for Heart - Each grade level jumps rope for 20 minutes.
Requested donation of $1.00 per person to American Heart Association. Parents are invited to come jump with your student to promote a healthy heart and lifestyle on the covered play court
PRE-K/K - 9:00-9:30 GRADE 3 - 10:30-11:00
GRADE 1 - 9:30-10:00 GRADE 4 - 11:00-11:30
GRADE 2 - 10:00-10:30 GRADE 5 - 11:30-12:00
Mon. Feb. 18 NO SCHOOL - Happy President's Day
Tues. Feb. 19 School starts at 7:55 every day. Be on time or get a tardy slip from the office
Wed. Feb. 20 School is out at 1:10 every Wednesday
Thurs. Feb. 21 PTO Popcorn presale delivered to all classrooms at the end of the day.
Fri. Feb. 22 Happy Aloha Friday
Sat. Feb. 16 Family Date Night in Kapolei from 5pm - 9pm. Dinner, a movie, and arts and crafts? That is a Valentine’s Day date, family style. Kapolei Commons will show Lady and the Tramp for free while the Art Explorium hosts hands-on activities for the kids in the lawn area near the theaters. There will also be food booths with kettle corn, shave ice and other munchies and you can enter to win gift cards places including DB Grill and Best of HONOLULU Family winning Regal Theatre at Kapolei Commons. Kapolei Commons, 4450 Kapolei Parkway, Kapolei kapoleicommons.comFri. Feb. 22 . 10am - noon EFMP Functional Behavior Assessment; what, how and why it should be requested. Sign up by calling the ACS office at 655-4227. Leadership in Disabilities Achievement of Hawaii leads this workshop. In the ACS Conference Room on Schofield Barracks, 310 Brannon Road, Bldg. 690.
Sat. Feb. 23 Paint & Sip at Schofield Barracks Arts & Crafts at Tropics. Learn to paint a piece of art on canvas while enjoying your drink. Register at Schofield Arts & Crafts for $35. per person (one wine or tropical drink included. Must be 18 years or older, no exceptions) . Food and additional beverages available for sale at the Koa Cafe in Tropics. Call 655-4202 or visit himwr.com to confirm and register.
Daily through Tuesday, March 5 Leland Miyano Canoe Project for the Honolulu Biennial from 9am - 4pm. A local artist needs your help creating 50-foot-long installation for the upcoming Honolulu Biennial. Leland Miyano is constructing a double-hulled canoe using invasive plants and other objects found at Ho‘omaluhia Botanical Garden and he’s inviting the public to join him bending branches, making ti leaf lei and put together the artwork that will be on display through May. This event is free and appropriate for kids aged 6 and older. Foster Botanical Garden, 180 N. Vineyard Blvd. Honolulu (808) 228-6462, honolulubiennial.orgMarch 16 You may have already heard the buzz, but there is a new keiki run, the Keiki Rainbow Run, www.kahoomiki.org., on March 16, 2019. There are several keiki runs that families can choose from this year, but what sets the Keiki Rainbow Run apart is that:
Our core members are committed to this being a healthy, family-friendly event that raises funds for school's P.E. and nutrition programs;
For the Early Registrations, 100% of the $15 fee will be donated to schools;
Our policy is to align the products served with our messaging; hence, no sugary beverages will be served;
The is a fun, healthy, and educational event featuring an un-timed 1.2-mile run for keiki and their families. Following the run, each keiki will receive a t-shirt and healthy snacks and can enjoy the post-run activities at the Healthy Keiki Fest.
§ Water refill stations will be available, so please bring reusable bottles to stay hydrated
§ Intergenerational event
§ Event participants will start in 3 age groups (10-12, 7-9, and 6 and under)
§ Unfortunately, strollers are not allowed at this event
§ University of Hawaii at Manoa – Clarence T.C. Ching Field (1337 Lower Campus Road, Honolulu, HI 96822) Program starts at 7:15 a.m. – Run starts at 8:00 a.m.