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Thursday, October 3, 2019

10/4 / 10/19

Fall festival notes
Vendors fair for home-based businesses
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If you have not yet returned your Federal Impact Aid forms a second copy went  home on Wednesday.  Please complete and return to your child's teacher ASAP.  We need to have one form for each student and are missing about 150 forms.

School office remains open over school break 8am - 4pm. Accepting payments to lunch accounts and 2nd Quarter buses

School Calendar

Fri. Oct. 4          Super Eagle Assembly for PreK & Kinder & 1st  8:30 - 9:15 in the cafeteria.  Parents please bring picture ID when you check in at the cafeteria.

       Cardboard Challenge from 12:30 - 2pm.  Bring and share your game.  Play everyone elses games.  There is still cardboard on the stage until Friday at noon if you want to grab some to make your game.  Thank you for taking your games home with you.
School is out for intercession break. No School October 7 - 14.  
See you back on Tues. Oct. 15
Mon. Oct. 14      NO SCHOOL - Enjoy your last day of break and go to bed early.

Tues. Oct. 15       McTeacher night at Wahiawa McDonalds from 4pm - 7pm

Wed. Oct. 16      Copy Training 8 - 9. Meet in PCNC room. Will go to copy room. No kids

Thurs. Oct. 17      School starts at 7:55 every day. Be in your seat or get tardy slip from office

Fri. Oct. 18         Chaperone Training 8 - 8:30 in PCNC office in corner of main office

Community Calendar

Oct. 4 .      Food Truck Friday at Solomon Elementary School from 4pm - 8pm

Oct. 5 & 6          Honolulu Intertribal Powwow from 10am - 5pm at Magic Island in Ala Moana Beach Park, Honolulu.  Watch this powwow featuring American Indians from North America and Alaska Native cultures.  Local and mainland vendors will be on hand with handcrafted jewelry, clothes, earrings, baskets and beaded items for purchase.

Sun. Oct. 6           Hawaiʻi Children and Youth Day from 10am - 3pm at Hawai'i State Capitol and surrounding areas.  The state’s largest, free outdoor event for children happens this Sunday in downtown Honolulu. Among the highlights will be: an inflatable soccer stadium, CPR and AED training for kids, silent disco stations, costumed characters roaming the grounds, food trucks along Punchbowl Street, and live entertainment on four stages. The weather will be muggy, so don’t forget to hydrate your family throughout the day. Bring your own water bottles to fill up for free at filtered water stations behind ʻIolani Palace and on the grounds between the Kalanimoku Building and Honolulu Hale. Not sure where to park at the event? Click here for free parking options. 

·       Hawaiʻi State Capitol and surrounding areas. 415 S. Beretania St. 808-347-8684

Oct. 10, 11, 12 .    Flu Shot Drive from 9am - 3pm at the Desmond T. Doss Health Clinic on Schofield.  Welcome to family members, keiki 6 months and older and retirees.  Not open to active duty service members.  Building Z across from radiology
Oct. 12 .    Volleyball Clinic with CYS Youth Sports from 9am - noon for keiki born 2001 - 2009.  Child must be registered at your nearest Parent Central Services Office.  Cost is $25 and registration code is 925265-01. you may register at CYS at Schofield Barracks, 241 Hewitt St. Bldg. 1283. location of event is Bennett Youth Center. Wear athletic attire, shoes and kneepads.

Oct. 19 .     Leilehua High School Pumpkin Fest from 9am - 2pm.  Baked goods, food booths, fresh produce for sale. Mules logo items, games and a train ride.  Attendees will have the chance to pick and purchase their very own pumpkins to take home.  Admission is 1 canned food donation or $1. per person.