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WELCOME TO HAU`ULA  ELEMENTARY

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SCHOOL CALENDAR

02       Kūkini Walking/Jogging Club

Daily at 6:50 am

 

Mahalo Mondays 7:50 am

21st Century Afterschool Classes: Gardening, Battle of the Books, Homework Boosters, iReady

2:05 pm

Coding

3:30 pm

03       Kūkini Walking/Jogging Club

6:50 am

 

Field trip P3,P4, & A8

Hawaii Mission Houses.

8:00 am - 1:30 pm.

21st Century Afterschool Classes: Homework Boosters, Olelo Hawaii, Exercise Fun
(grades 3-6)

2:05 pm
 

04       Kūkini Walking/Jogging Club

6:50 am
 

Free Nutrition & Financial Wellness Classes

8:30 am - 10:30 am
 

Sidewalk Grindz & Keiki Market

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Early Learning Resource Fair

4:00-6:00pm at Sidewalk Grindz

For more information call Kehau Santiago at (808) 679-7979

 

05      Kūkini Walking/Jogging Club

6:50 am
 

21st Century Afterschool Classes: Exercise Fun (grades 3-6), Homework Boosters, iReady,

2:05 pm

 

Coding

3:30 pm

06      Kūkini Walking/Jogging Club

6:50 am

Field trip A7 / A8 

Maunawila Heiau

8:45 am - 10:45 am

Kahuku High School Band &

Vocal Motion Choir

Winter Performance

12:45 pm in our school cafeteria.

50 Cents Friday - Ice cakes sold after school in the courtyard, between the office and cafeteria.  

2:15 pm

09       Kūkini Walking/Jogging Club

Daily at 6:50 am

 

Mahalo Mondays 7:50 am

21st Century Afterschool Classes: Gardening, Battle of the Books, Homework Boosters, iReady

2:05 pm

Coding

3:30 pm

10       Kūkini Walking/Jogging Club

6:50 am

21st Century Afterschool Classes: Homework Boosters, Olelo Hawaii, Exercise Fun
(grades 3-6)

2:05 pm
 

11       Kūkini Walking/Jogging Club

6:50 am
 

Free Nutrition & Financial Wellness Classes

8:30 am - 10:30 am
 

Sidewalk Grindz & Keiki Market

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

 

12      Kūkini Walking/Jogging Club

6:50 am
 

21st Century Afterschool Classes: Exercise Fun (grades 3-6), Homework Boosters, iReady,

2:05 pm

 

Coding

3:30 pm

13      Kūkini Walking/Jogging Club

6:50 am

Field trip A7 / A8 

Maunawila Heiau

8:45 am - 10:45 am

 

50 Cents Friday - Ice cakes sold after school in the courtyard, between the office and cafeteria.  

2:15 pm

16       Kūkini Walking/Jogging Club

Daily at 6:50 am

 

Mahalo Mondays 7:50 am

21st Century Afterschool Classes: Gardening, Battle of the Books, Homework Boosters, iReady

2:05 pm

Coding

3:30 pm

Field Trip Grade 6 A2 / A3

Waikiki Aquarium

8:00 am - 1:45 pm.

17       Kūkini Walking/Jogging Club

6:50 am

21st Century Afterschool Classes: Homework Boosters, Olelo Hawaii, Exercise Fun(grades 3-6)2:05 pm


 

18       Kūkini Walking/Jogging Club

6:50 am
 

Free Nutrition & Financial Wellness Classes

8:30 am - 10:30 am
 

School Wide Winter Concert Practice at 1:00 pm
School ends at 2:05 pm

Modified Schedule

School ends at 2:05 pm

 

19      Kūkini Walking/Jogging Club

6:50 am

21st Century Afterschool Classes: Exercise Fun (grades 3-6), Homework Boosters, iReady,

2:05 pm

 

Coding

3:30 pm

20      Kūkini Walking/Jogging Club

6:50 am

 

Winter Concert

9:00 am

End of Quarter 2

Modified Schedule

School ends at 12:35 pm
 

50 Cents Friday - Ice cakes sold after school in the courtyard, between the office and cafeteria.  

12:35 pm

24-8    Winter Break

December 23 - January 08

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JANUARY - Ianuali

09     Students Return

15     Ohana Night

4:00pm - 6:00 pm

20     Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

No School

23-24 As Needed Parent Conferences

School ends 1:05pm

29     Nā Honu Assembly

8:15 am/8:45am

What Does Aloha Mean to You?
What does Aloha mean to you?
School Flyers & Reminders

Click on image to view bulletin

Daily Attendance

"I rise, I attend, I matter."  

Ua ala , eia nō au, he waiwai koʻu.


 

2019

2019 Winter Concert

Volunteer Opportunity

We need you!


 

Winter Concert Volunteers and Donations

Sign Up to Volunteer or Donate for the Winter Concert Today! CLICK on LINK:

http://bit.do/hes-winterconcert2019

DONATIONS NEEDED (*Non perishable items will be returned
after the program):
● Mini Candy Canes (40-60 in a pack) 9 boxes total
● *String Lights (60-100 white or multi-colored) 12 boxes
total
● *Fairy String Lights (1 pack/bundle) 12 packs total
● *Ladder (12 feet) 2 ladders total
● *Holiday bulb ornaments (12 pack various colors) 5 packs
total
● *Full/Queen Size White Bed Sheet (1 sheet) 4 sheets total
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO DECORATE STAGE
● Thursday, December 12 from 4:30pm-7:30pm in the
Cafeteria

21st Century Program

Kukini Running Walking Club

Tracking Information

KŪKINI WALKING JOGGING CLUB:

Congratulations to our TOP Grades:

Kukini Stats from Nov. 11 - 15:

  1. 6th Grade: 20 miles

  2. 5th Grade: 8 miles

  3. Kindie & 2nd Grade: 5 miles

 

Top Walkers in Each Grade Level:

Kindergarten: Kauke K.

1st Grade: Kupa‘a K.

2nd Grade: Shylan A.

3rd Grade: Elias C.

4th Grade: Joshua G.

5th Grade: Dezmond A. and Enoch C.

6th Grade: Kairah W.

21st Century Program

Nā papa kēu ma hope o ke kula ma lalo o 21st Century

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Annual Non-Discrimination and

Anti-Harassment Letter

For questions or concerns relating to non-discrimination and anti-harassment at your school, you may contact:

Anna Tsang

Equity Specialist, Castle-Kahuku Complex

anna_tsang@notes.k12.hi.us

(808) 829-6981  

HAU‘ULA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

GRANTED 6-YEAR WASC ACCREDITATION!

 

The Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (ACS WASC), recently announced that Hau‘ula Elementary meets the ASC WASC criteria for accreditation, based on information provided by the school, including a self-study report, and the satisfactory completion of the recent on-site accreditation visit. The Commission has granted Hau‘ula the maximum Six-Year Accreditation Status with a Mid-cycle Two-day visit through June 30, 2025.

 

Mahalo nui to all our teachers, staff and stakeholders for your help and support.

School Flyers & Reminders

November 13, 20, 27 and December 4, 11, 18. Adult Food and Nutrition Classes Begin Thursday, Nov. 13. All parents and adults are invited to attend. NO COST to participate. Come and learn healthy tips and recipes. FREE sampling at each session.

 

Winter Around the World. Hauula Winter P

 ‘Ohana 2019 Winter Program

“Winter Around the World”

Friday, December 20th, 2019 at 9:00 a.m. Hau‘ula Elementary School

Honu Cafe. Flyer.

 

18 School wide Winter Concert practice 1pm

18 Modified Schedule school ends  2:05pm

20 Winter Concert 

20 End of Quarter 2 Modified Schedule 12:35pm

23-8 Winter Break & waiver day

8 Hauʻula Waiver Day-Pilina Day

9 Students Return

Ice Cake Fridays are back. Student Body Government members and Ms. Ho will be selling .50 cent ice cakes on Fridays after school in the courtyard, between the office and cafeteria. Sales will benefit student activities this year

SUPPORT OUR KEIKI & LOCAL VENDORS

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 04, 2019 SIDEWALK GRINDZ AND KEIKI MARKET, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM. FLYER

Call Leona or Maile at (808) 305-2100

or Sign up at our School Office

 

Ko'olauloa Early Learning

Resource Fair

December Kekemapa 04, 2019

4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

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We understand the search for a pre-school can be overwhelming and confusing This event will provide for you a better sense of what’s available.

The following agencies have been invited: 

 Kamehameha Schools, Keiki O Ka Aina, Queen Liliuokalani Trust, Bright Beginnings, Rainbow Schools, Parents and Children Together, HCAP Head Start and others.  Information on Financial Aid available

Ono food will be available for purchase at the Hauula Elementary

“Sidewalk Grindz” and keiki market on site 

 

For more information call Kehau Santiago at (808) 679-7979

Looking forward to seeing you!

MAHALO: Coach Jay, Ms. Ho and Committee for organizing our Turkey Trot. Mahalo to all our sponsors:

  • Hauula Faculty and Staff

  • Tamura’s Hauula

  • Ted’s Bakery

  • Hawaiian Island X-treme Smoothie & Shave Ice

  • Team Pride Academy

  • Anonymous monetary donations

 

HULO!: To Ke Kula Kaiapuni o Ko’olauloa who placed 3rd Overall at Lā Mele on Friday. Hulo to our Soloist Keola who graced the stage with her hula. Mahalo Kumu Leialoha, Kumu Ahulani and ‘Anakala Kihei for all your help and support.

 

MAHALO: To Mrs. Kahawai’i and Fall Fair Committee for organizing a successful event. Mahalo students, parents, ‘Ohana and Staff for your donations and time. 

 

MAKAHIKI:  November 27, 2019 at 8:30 am. Please wear comfortable clothing and footwear (any). Recommended: hat, sunscreen (applied at home) and water bottle. 

Makahiki season is the ancient Hawaiian New Year Festival.  It was a season for men, women and chiefs to rest, strengthen the body, and have great feasts of commemoration (‘aha’aina ho’omana’o). During Makahiki season labor was prohibited and there were days for resting and feasting. The Hawaiians gave thanks to Lonoikamakahiki for his care. He brought life, blessings, peace and victory to the land.

 

During the four lunar months of the Makahiki season warfare was forbidden.  Many of the Kapu were lifted as a way to focus on peace and thankfulness. Makaʻāinana stopped work, made offerings to the chief or aliʻi, and then spent their time practicing sports, feasting, dancing and renewing communal bonds. Makahiki provided a venue for makaʻāinana to present their best works and perform feats of athleticism before their akua and Aliʻi.

MAHALO: to Anake Rebekah and all our volunteers who helped make at our Makahiki!


MAHALO: to Aunty Margaret and Aunty Laura for donating snacks to our afterschool programs.

© 2018 - Hau`ula Elementary  •  54-046 Kamehameha Hwy, Hau`ula, HI 96717  •  Tel: (808) 305-2100

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