Aloha e Nā Keiki! I hope you had a fabulous weekend and an awesome Easter. Last week I learned how to create forms in Google, so I’m going to share the first one I created with you. Please click HERE.
It’s Spring! That means it is time for our annual Spring Concert at Kula Ha’aha’a. This years concert titled “Music of the Beetles” is being held on Friday, April 11th at 6:00 P.M. at Ha’aeamahi. Grade 3 students are to report no earlier than 5:30 p.m. to our classroom in Kina’u Pod. Choir students will be sent to Mrs. Debus after checking in with their homeroom teacher. Dismissal at the end of the program will be at the dining hall where we will be sitting outside. It is going to be an awesome concert. Hope to see you there!
Click on flyer link below for information on concert attire.
Congratulations to Kai and Trinity! These two outstanding haumana were recognized today at the Hāweo Luncheon for demonstrating Kūpono throughout the month of March. In fact, these students consistently demonstrate this Hawaiian value the whole year through. Kūpono means honest, decent, appropriate behavior at all times. Our awardees are awesome students that model impeccable behavior in and out of the classroom.
Mahalo to Kai’s and Trinity’s ‘ohana for joining in on this celebration today!
The sun came out last week so our Papa ‘Ekolu students could finally celebrate the end of the 2nd Trimester. This swim party was originally scheduled for February 13th, but poor weather foiled our plans. Thank you ke ‘Akua for blessing us with sunshine this time around!
Last week Monday, numerous students were acknowledged at our 2nd Trimester Awards Assembly for various reasons. Check out the photos below to see the awardees for the Hawaiian Value Award, Principal’s List and Perfect Attendance. These kids sure rock!
Yesterday we honored Kelson and Aaron at a special luncheon for receiving the Hāweo Award for the month of February. They have consistently demonstrated kahiau by sharing their positive attitude and joy with the class each and every day that they come to school. Mahalo to their ‘ohana for joining in on the celebration!
Way to go, boys!
Reminder: Conferences are being held on Thursday and Friday. Parents, please report to our classroom, Kina’u 632, for your child’s conference. Students will attend classes on both days. Mahalo!
Whew! My legs are tired and a bit sore after jump, jump, jumping away the afternoon today. But it was all for a great cause… to raise money for the American Heart Society and their fight against heart disease. Every year our keiki look forward to Jump Rope For Heart and so do I.
Jumping is such a great way to keep our heart and body healthy. I love to see the keiki exercising and having fun while doing it. Some of the kids attempted to teach me a trick or two, but this teacher’s younger days are gone and the body doesn’t work like it used to. But mahalo, children, for trying anyway! I enjoyed jumping with you!
Our annual Speech Festival was held today at Lunalilo Hale. Four fabulous fabulists retold fables that were originally written by a Greek writer named Aesop. Trinity and Sid recited “Jupiter and the Queen Bee” while Hina and Napua performed “The Donkey, the Lion and the Rooster”. Students from other grade levels entertained us with their own selections from a variety of genres as well. Excellent job, girls!