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Apelila April 2021

01:  Po‘aha - Thursday

Waiver Day. No school, no meal service.

 

02:   Po‘alima - Friday

Good Friday. No school, no meal service

 

05:   Po‘akahi - Monday

Kūkini Walking Jogging Club 7:00-7:30 am bit.ly/walkhauula

Student Drop Off 7:45 am - 8:00 am

Student Pick Up 12:20 am-12:40 am

Grab-and-Go Meal Service:

12:20 pm -12:50 PM

 

 

06:   Po‘alua - Tuesday

Kūkini Walking Jogging Club 7:00-7:30 am bit.ly/walkhauula

Student Drop Off 7:45 am - 8:00 am

Student Pick Up 12:20 am-12:40 am

Grab-and-Go Meal Service:

12:20 pm -12:50 PM

07:  Po‘akolu - Wednesday

Kūkini Walking Jogging Club 7:00-7:30 am bit.ly/walkhauula

Student Drop Off 7:45 am - 8:00 am

Student Pick Up 12:20 am-12:40 am

Grab-and-Go Meal Service:

12:20 pm -12:50 PM

08:   Po‘aha - Thursday

Kūkini Walking Jogging Club 7:00-7:30 am bit.ly/walkhauula

Student Drop Off 7:45 am - 8:00 am

Student Pick Up 12:20 am-12:40 am

Grab-and-Go Meal Service:

12:20 pm -12:50 PM

09:    Po‘alima - Friday

Kūkini Walking Jogging Club 7:00-7:30 am bit.ly/walkhauula

Student Drop Off 7:45 am - 8:00 am

Student Pick Up 12:20 am-12:40 am

Grab-and-Go Meal Service:

12:20 pm -12:50 PM

12:   Po‘akahi - Medical Monday

Kūkini Walking Jogging Club 7:00-7:30 am bit.ly/walkhauula

Student Drop Off 7:45 am - 8:00 am

Student Pick Up 12:20 am-12:40 am

Grab-and-Go Meal Service:

12:20 pm -12:50 PM

13:   Po‘alua - Grati-Tuesday

Kūkini Walking Jogging Club 7:00-7:30 am bit.ly/walkhauula

Student Drop Off 7:45 am - 8:00 am

Student Pick Up 12:20 am-12:40 am

Grab-and-Go Meal Service:

12:20 pm -12:50 PM

 

14:  Po‘akolu - Workout Wednesday

Kūkini Walking Jogging Club 7:00-7:30 am bit.ly/walkhauula

Student Drop Off 7:45 am - 8:00 am

Student Pick Up 12:20pm-12:40 pm

Grab-and-Go Meal Service:

12:20 pm -12:50 PM

Food Drive 2:00-3:00 pm

15:   Po‘aha - Thoughtful Thursday

Kūkini Walking Jogging Club 7:00-7:30 am bit.ly/walkhauula

Student Drop Off 7:45 am - 8:00 am

Student Pick Up 12:20pm-12:40 pm

Grab-and-Go Meal Service:

12:20 pm -12:50 PM

 

16:    Po‘alima - Foodie Friday

Kūkini Walking Jogging Club 7:00-7:30 am bit.ly/walkhauula

Student Drop Off 7:45 am - 8:00 am

Student Pick Up 12:20pm-12:40 pm

Grab-and-Go Meal Service:

12:20 pm -12:50 PM

 

19:   Po‘akahi - Monday

Kūkini Walking Jogging Club 7:00-7:30 am bit.ly/walkhauula

Student Drop Off 7:45 am - 8:00 am

Student Pick Up 12:20pm-12:40 pm

Grab-and-Go Meal Service:

12:20 pm -12:50 PM

 

20:   Po‘alua - Tuesday

Kūkini Walking Jogging Club 7:00-7:30 am bit.ly/walkhauula

Student Drop Off 7:45 am - 8:00 am

Student Pick Up 12:20pm-12:40 pm

Grab-and-Go Meal Service:

12:20 pm -12:50 PM

21:  Po‘akolu - Wednesday

Kūkini Walking Jogging Club 7:00-7:30 am bit.ly/walkhauula

Student Drop Off 7:45 am - 8:00 am

Student Pick Up 12:20pm-12:40 pm

Grab-and-Go Meal Service:

12:20 pm -12:50 PM

 

22:   Po‘aha - Thursday

Kūkini Walking Jogging Club 7:00-7:30 am bit.ly/walkhauula

Student Drop Off 7:45 am - 8:00 am

Student Pick Up 12:20pm-12:40 pm

Grab-and-Go Meal Service:

12:20 pm -12:50 PM

 

23:    Po‘alima - Friday

Kūkini Walking Jogging Club 7:00-7:30 am bit.ly/walkhauula

Student Drop Off 7:45 am - 8:00 am

Student Pick Up 12:20pm-12:40 pm

Grab-and-Go Meal Service:

12:20 pm -12:50 PM

26:   Po‘akahi - Monday

Kūkini Walking Jogging Club 7:00-7:30 am bit.ly/walkhauula

Student Drop Off 7:45 am - 8:00 am

Student Pick Up 12:20pm-12:40 pm

Grab-and-Go Meal Service:

12:20 pm -12:50 PM

27:   Po‘alua - Tuesday

Kūkini Walking Jogging Club 7:00-7:30 am bit.ly/walkhauula

Student Drop Off 7:45 am - 8:00 am

Student Pick Up 12:20pm-12:40 pm

Grab-and-Go Meal Service:

12:20 pm -12:50 PM

 

28:  Po‘akolu - Wednesday

Kūkini Walking Jogging Club 7:00-7:30 am bit.ly/walkhauula

Student Drop Off 7:45 am - 8:00 am

Student Pick Up 12:20pm-12:40 pm

Grab-and-Go Meal Service:

12:20 pm -12:50 PM

29:   Po‘aha - Thursday

Kūkini Walking Jogging Club 7:00-7:30 am bit.ly/walkhauula

Student Drop Off 7:45 am - 8:00 am

Student Pick Up 12:20pm-12:40 pm

Grab-and-Go Meal Service:

12:20 pm -12:50 PM

30:    Po‘alima - Friday

Kūkini Walking Jogging Club 7:00-7:30 am bit.ly/walkhauula

Student Drop Off 7:45 am - 8:00 am

Student Pick Up 12:20pm-12:40 pm

Grab-and-Go Meal Service:

12:20 pm -12:50 PM

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2020-2021

School Calendar

Grab - and - Go Meals

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GRAB-AND-GO MEALS:

Meal distribution will be at LUNCHTIME only. Pickups will include one lunch for that day and one breakfast for the following day, per child. Only one meal pick-up allowed per child per day per location. Distancing and masks required for walking up and picking up by car. Enter through the main gate and pull up in front of the cafeteria. Stay in the car. Meals may be picked up without children present but parents/guardians not enrolled at Hau'ula El must provide verification documents. PLEASE WEAR YOUR MASK WHEN PICKING UP MEALS

MENU:

12:20 - 12:50 PM
‘AINA AWAKEA LUNCH A ME
‘AINA KAKAHIAKA BREAKFAST

PŌ‘AKAHI 04/12:

● Lunch: TUNA SANDWICH, VEGGIE STICKS, EDAMAME, FRUIT SLUSHY, PINEAPPLE
○ 12:20 -12:50 noon ‘Aina Awakea Lunch and ‘Aina Kakahiaka Breakfast for the next day

Breakfast (4/13): CEREAL, CINNAMON CRISP, APPLE WEDGE, DICED PEARS

PŌ‘ALUA 04/13:

● Lunch: VEGETARIAN CHILI, STEAMED RICE, ROMAINE SALAD, APPLE WEDGE, FRUIT COCKTAIL, WG ROLL
○ 12:20 -12:50 noon ‘Aina Awakea Lunch and ‘Aina Kakahiaka Breakfast for the next day

● Breakfast (4/14): FRUITED MUFFIN, STRAWAPPLE CHIPS, FRUIT COCKTAIL

PŌ‘AKOLU 04/14:

● Lunch: CHEESEBURGER, CARROT STICK, WEDGE FRIES, FRUIT SLUSHY, DICED PEARS

○ 12:20 -12:50 noon ‘Aina Awakea Lunch and ‘Aina Kakahiaka Breakfast for the next day
● Breakfast (4/15): CEREAL, CHEEZ ITS, APPLE WEDGE, PINEAPPLE

PŌ‘AHA 04/15:

● Lunch: CHICKEN PATTY W/GRAVY, STEAMED RICE, BAKED BEANS, HOT VEGETABLES, JUICE, PEACHES

○ 12:20 -12:50 noon ‘Aina Awakea Lunch and ‘Aina Kakahiaka Breakfast for the next day

● Breakfast 4/16): PLAIN BAGEL, CREAM CHEESE, JUICE, PEACHES


PO‘ALIMA 04/16:

● Lunch: CHEESE PIZZA, ROMAINE SALAD, BABY CARROTS, ORANGE, JUICE

○ 12:20 -12:50 noon ‘Aina Awakea Lunch and ‘Aina Kakahiaka Breakfast for the next day

● Breakfast 4/19): CEREAL, MARSHMALLOW TREAT, ORANGE, APPLESAUCE

THIS INSTITUTION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER *MENU SUBJECT TO CHANGE

School Menu

Grab-and-Go Meals Extended

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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 COMMUNICATION

Posted Bulletin 'APELILA 12-16, 2021

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COMPLETE BEFORE COMING TO CAMPUS:
Daily Wellness Checks: ​http://bit.ly/HIDOEdailywellnesscheck

 

Return to School/Work Procedures: ​https://vimeo.com/496812272

Hau‘ula Attendance Line: 305-2100 ​(call to report your child’s absence).

Health Hotline and Telehealth: ​(​844) 436-3888 (toll-free) M-F 8 am - 3 pm.

Tech Assist: (808) 305-2091

'Ohana Line: (808) 305-2083

'OHANA ENGAGEMENT MONTH:

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  • MAHINA HA 'EHUOLA WEEK 2...Share your pictures and videos with us on social media @hauula_el or email
    ltupou@nahonu.k12.hi.us and tell us how you are choosing to be healthy.

  • THIS WEEK'S MEDICAL MONDAY VIDEO: Why do we need to drink water?

  • GRATI-TUESDAY SOCIAL EMOTIONAL HEALTH: THIS WEEK: Write a note of gratitude to someone

  • WORKOUT WEDNESDAY - PHYSICAL/ACTIVE PLAY: Hip Hop Workout with Uncle Sena: Get up, Get out, Get Active!

  • THOUGHTFUL THURSDAY - RELATIONSHIPS, CONNECTIONS: Share a meal with a family member.

  • FOODIE FRIDAY - NUTRITION: This Week's Foodie Friday Video: Cucumbers and Guacamole Dip.

  • FOOD DRIVE PARTNERSHIP WITH KEY

PROJECT - APR 28 2-3PM

 

GRAB-AND-GO MENU

  • SERVICE TIME: 12:20-12:50PM

Volunteers - Got a Minute?

You would love to get more of our families
involved at Hau'ula. If you are available to work at one or both food drives, please call Leona at 305-2083. Mahalo Nui!

'APELILA 12: PŌ‘AKAHI (Monday)

 

'APELILA 13: PŌ‘ALUA (Tuesday)

'APELILA 14: PŌ‘AKOLU (Wednesday)

 

'APELILA 15: PŌ‘AHA (Thursday)

'APELILA 9: PŌ‘ALIMA (Friday)

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS/CALENDAR:

 

  • OFFICE: We're still collecting
    Federal Survey Cards. Please
    turn into the office if you haven't
    done so.

  • TECH: If you signed out a device
    and will no longer be taking it
    home, please return it to Ms. Ho
    (305-2083). The device will be
    reissued to the classroom
    teacher and release you from
    liability.

Food Drive for Hau'ula School Staff and Families

We are fortunate to be partnering with Ke
Ola Mamo and Key Project for two Food
Drives to be held at Hau'ula Elementary
from 2-3 pm on the following dates:

April 14: partnership with Ke Ola Mamo

April 28: partnership with Key Project

Registration is required. Please contact
Leona at 305-2083

We are fortunate to be partnering with Ke
Ola Mamo and Key Project for two Food
Drives to be held at Hau'ula Elementary
from 2-3 pm on the following dates:

  • April 14: partnership with Ke Ola Mamo

  • April 28: partnership with Key Project

Registration is required: bit.ly/hesapr14
Please contact Leona at 305-2083

Quarter 4 Updates:

Please read Q4 updates: April 5, 2021 from
Po'okumu Kaitoku regarding:

  • Think Positive Message

  • Drop Off/Pick Up Reminders

  • Campus Security

Apr. 12 Mahalo Monday at 8 am
Apr. 14 Workout Wednesday - wear comfortable clothing
April 14: Food Drive (must register)
April 28: Food Drive (must register)

MUSIC

 

Aloha Hau’ula Elementary kids. You can play this jeopardy game by yourself or invite your ohana to join you and form teams. Go through each question group from 10 to 50. Answer the question in your head, then click anywhere on the page to reveal the correct answer.


Click the “Jeopardy” icon to go back to the main page. Before playing, you can review or learn about the different instrument families by clicking on the heading of each category. Have FUN!

Employees and students who are traveling out-of-state during the break are subject to the Safe Travels Program requirements and are required to provide proof of a negative test result from the pre-travel testing program in order to return to campus or worksite.

  • Please provide the school with a copy of a COVID-19 test result. A copy of a boarding pass is needed if you did not test from an approved travel partner.

  • Positive test results from travel are subject to a 10 day quarantine. Do not report to the campus. If your child is scheduled to be on campus for in-person learning, please call the office to report your child’s absence (phone: 305-2100). Any requests to attend online classes during quarantine need to be made with the teacher.

'Ohana Engagement Office:

Any questions regarding our 'Ohana
Engagement Activities this month
please contact Leona at 305-2083

'OHANA ENGAGEMENT: RESOURCES

Here are more resources for our families:

If you have any questions or suggestions for future ‘Ohana Engagement activities, please call 305-2083

Aloha ‘Ohana, I hope you enjoy our spirit weeks. We enjoy seeing how everyone is doing. If there are things that I can help you with, please don’t hesitate to contact me at ltupou@nahonu.k12.hi.us. 

Parent Resources:

Lili'uokalani Trust

● Emergency financial help

Hau'ula Community Association Food Assistance

● Get updates of upcoming food distributions. 

● For more information you can email: naleokakoo@gmail.com

 

Department of Education Parent Resources 

● Updates from the Hawaii Department of Education

 

Scholastic Parent Resources 

● Activities and printable resources 

HELP for Child Care Program

● Keiki o ka 'Āina provides tuition assistance, including ‘ohana in-home care with a relative or non-relative. 

Covid 19 Resources:

 

 A Thriving Lahui 

● Resources that are available

Mayor Mandate Face Covering 

● Emergency Order No. 2020-07 Senator

 

Brian Schatz Covid 19 Resources 

● Resources to help with filing for unemployment benefits. 

● Health and nutrition programs.

 

Aloha United Way 211 

● Parenting support 

● Kupuna support 

● Food, financial, shelter support 

Community Resource:

Private Mobile Hot Shower Facility 

● Weekly access to a hot shower facility in Kahuku.

COMMUNITY RESOURCES

School Updates April 12, 2021

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Aloha e nā ʻohana o Hau‘ula,

 

Last week, when I was visiting with a class, the teacher asked the students to think about ways the pandemic has had a positive effect on people. It was an interesting discussion because it’s not always easy to see the positive in presumably negative situations. The teacher explained that to see the positive, a person would have to shift their thinking and mindset so they could accurately view things from a broader perspective.

 

In thinking about this message, I am grateful for the many hands and hearts that have helped us through this school year. What started out as a year of uncertainty, has turned into a year of strength, growth, personal development and learning. We are resilient as a result and we are so much better with handling technology, communicating with and taking care of each other. These are some of the positive effects I have witnessed
among our staff, students, families and community partners. As we gear up for Quarter 4, let us Holomua - move ahead, steadfastly, keeping our focus on finishing the year strong!

 

SCHOOL DATA (04/12/21)

  • Students In Person/On Campus Learning: 85% (296 students)

  • Students Distance Learning Only: 15% (52 students)

  • Total Enrollment PK-6: 348

  • Chronically Absent (15+ days): 17% (60 students)

 

DROP OFF/PICK UP REMINDERS:

  • 2 lanes may be used to pick up students in grades 2-6. For families using the outside lane, an adult will
    be checking temperatures in the morning and helping your child to the car in the afternoon.

  • Meals will be served from both lanes.

  • 3 stalls in the office parking lot will be used for the second grab-and-go tent. Cars should not be parked in the coned-off stalls.

  • 4 stalls fronting C Bldg will be used for PK-1 drop-off/pick up. Cars should not be parked in the coned
    off stalls.

  • PLEASE DO NOT DROP OFF YOUR CHILD ON CAMPUS EARLIER THAN 7:45 am. We need all students
    to be screened before going to class. When they come too early, we miss screening them. Do not
    leave them before we are able to check them in.

  • Do not call your child to your car across the street. Please pull in and use the pick up lanes.

 

CAMPUS SECURITY:
For the last two months we have been monitoring surveillance videos tracking visitors and activity that are taking place on the campus between 7:00 pm-3:00 am. A male and female who are frequent to the campus cut an entire row of ti leaves in front of A building, torched several walls and doors in the A and B buildings, pulled off all the 6ft distancing stickers in the A building hallway, and left burnt plastic and glass pieces by B building classrooms. A man pulled out an entire plant and threw it back on the sidewalk and someone duct taped the A building door chains. Last week we were able to arrest a man who was actively using illegal substances on campus around 7:15 pm. We have 5 reports of property damage filed with HPD and are working with an investigator. We are asking for the community's help to keep our campus safe:
● Please help us get the word out that we need to keep our campus safe and clean for our keiki. We are finding broken bottles, cans, clear baggies, cigarettes and food along the wall and parking lot in front
of C building.
● If you see suspicious activity on our campus or in the parking lots after hours please call 911.
● Taking plants, ti leaves and flowers from our campus without permission is stealing, and takes away from the safe and positive learning environment that our custodians have worked hard to create and
maintain for our school.
● If you would like to help organize a campus patrol group or have questions about campus facilities, please contact Maile Ho 305-2091 or Leona Tupou at 305-2083.

 

Please call our office if you have any questions, (808) 305-2100


Mahalo piha,



U’ilani K. Kaitoku, Po‘okumu

Counselor's Corner

CHOOSE EMPATHY

Empathy is an important component of building healthy relationships. When we
empathize with someone, we seek to understand their joy, their pain, their triumphs and their struggle as if it were our own. Mindfulness is something that can help people become more aware of their own internal feelings and emotions and in turn, this can open the door to be able to understand the feelings of others. https://youtu.be/x7adYIQ6Vho

STUDENT CHECK-IN:

http://bit.ly/hescheck-in

WHAT WE DO: Guidance and counseling services are provided for the purpose
of assisting students with their educational, personal-social adjustments, and
progress. This service is an integral part of the total school program. Specific areas addressed are crisis intervention, counseling (helping students with coping strategies, make decisions and solve problems), and guidance activities
such as testing, and career information. Examples of situations where a counselor might be involved with students include:
● When a student has personal concerns or important decisions to make and needs to know more about alternatives and possible consequences.
● When a student wants some help in solving a problem with a teacher or
a parent.
● When a student is concerned about drugs, alcohol, and related issues.
● When a student thinks he/she may need help or coordination by outside agencies, such as Social Services.
● When a student would like career guidance or be part of a counseling group.
● When a student’s parents want to be constructively involved (having a
conference with a counselor and/or teachers).

Mahalo, Mr. Nikora, Mrs. Teichert, Aunty Loke, Mr. Keo and Aunty Roseanne

Contact us at counselors@nahonu.k12.hi.us or call 305-2131. Visit our Counseling page at bit.ly/hauulacounselingteam

CHOOSE LOVE FOR HOME: gives families a healthy way to grow together. Using
neuroscience and positive psychology, children and parents alike can learn to
better understand themselves and each other.


Through a series of self-guided videos, activities, and “dinner table discussion
topics,” Choose Love for Home teaches families how to manage their emotions,
communicate in healthier ways, and create a nurturing environment focused on
the things that matter most.
https://chooselovemovement.org/at-home/

Water Testing May 2021

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Water Test Family Letter from CAS HO

CLICK IMAGE ABOVE OR CLICK HERE

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NEW GOOGLE SITES:

NEW GOOGLE SITES:
Our SPECIALS teachers will be posting lessons and activities each week so students are able to participate.
● MEDIA: Ms. Ho http://bit.ly/hauulamedia
● PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Coach Jay http://bit.ly/hauulape
● MUSIC: Mrs. Shumway http://bit.ly/hauulamusic
● COUNSELORS: Mr. Nikora, Mrs. Teichert, Mr. Keo, Aunty Loke and Aunty Roseanne
http://bit.ly/hauulacounselingteam

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● Borrow books from our Library [Link to Media Site]

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

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