Archive for November, 2011
Thanks to the hard work of Kumu Crabbe and Mrs. Lee, this year's Makahiki, despite having to go with the rainy day plan of doing it indoors, was a huge success. We are especially grateful for Kupuna Kealoha Sugiyama for his generous donation of two vmore
Nā Pua Noeʻau’s Super Enrichment Saturday – Dec. 10th
Kindergarten to 5th graders are invited to attend Nā Pua Noeʻau's Super Enrichment Saturday on Dec. 10th. "Things to do... with ʻohe - bamboo" is the topic for the day! Learn how to make puʻohe or ʻohe hanuʻihu, vases or maybe a basket.more
Mahalo Palena ʻOle to Kula Haʻahaʻa Students & Staff From the Food Bank
Mahalo to all of the students and staff who brought in canned goods for our Halloween Trick & Treat Day last month. Those students who dressed up for the Halloween parade (all of them of course!), were asked to bring in a canned good to donatemore
What Are You Thankful For?
As we head into the holiday season, we take time in our classrooms to reflect on all we have to be thankful for. Grade level teachers do this, Specials teachers do this, and our very own Ms. Shonnie Calina, our Christian Education teacher does this.more
Nā Koa Reward = MOVIE DAY!
Students at Kula Haʻahaʻa were treated to a Movie Day as their Nā Koa Reward for the first trimester. Click here on the Counseling Corner to see a few more pictures.more
Stephanie Harvey Workshops
Grade level teachers, along with Mrs. Brilhante and Mrs. Chang (and including some of our Literacy Instruction and Support teachers working in the DOE) attended an all day workshop last week. The presenter was Stephanie Harvey, a very highly respectemore
I MUA Kula Haʻahaʻa!
Students, faculty and staff showed their school spirit by wearing blue and white or any KS logo item to school today. Joining us at lunch were our KS High School Cheerleaders! The cheerleaders were on hand to greet the students as they entered thmore
Kamehameha Schools Distance Learning – FREE
In honor of National Distance Learning week, the Kamehameha Schools Distance Learning division is offering parents/ʻohana an opportunity to take one of their courses on-line "Aʻo Makua Kuʻu One Hānau"...FREE! Click Distance Learning for more inmore