E ke kula waena ʻo Kamehameha… aloha mai kākou!
‘O ka lā ‘umikūmāhākēia o Malaki
He Pōʻahā kēia
He lā ‘ehā
Today is Thursday, March 14, Day 4
Lunch Today: BBQ Chicken
Breakfast on Friday: Pancakes
NEWBERY MANDATORY LUNCH MEETING on Friday, 3/15/19. Forms for our travel and overnight stay will be distributed, and important information will be discussed. Please be prompt.
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at CRBLC
Borrow a green-colored book and earn bonus ʻOi Kelakela dollars!
ʻAʻohe pau ka ʻike i ka hālau hoʻokāhi.
All knowledge is not taught in the same school.
One can learn from many sources
THE ZONE Opens on POʻALUA from 7:15am – 3:15pm
Fill-out and submit this form for morning recess and/or lunch recess. Have your order ready and waiting for you at our pick up area. Payment is required at time of pick up. Orders will be filled while supplies last.
CRBLC Wikiō of the Week
The Lorax – Happy Birthday to Dr. Seuss!
Borrow Me! Romance at CRBLC
Interlude by Chantele Sedgwick – “When Mia Cox finds out she can’t donate her kidney to save her younger sister’s life, she doesn’t hesitate to jump on a plane to New York, convinced she can talk their estranged birth mother, Carmen, into donating hers instead. She doesn’t know the city or how she’ll find Carmen when she gets there, but she has to try. If she doesn’t, Maddy’s going to die.
On the cross-country flight, Mia figures she’ll have more than enough time to make a plan for when she lands—where she’ll go, where she’ll sleep, what she’ll eat. But then she falls into an embarrassing conversation with the cute boy sitting next to her, and only after she insults him does she realize he’s the one and only Jaxton Scott, the troubled lead singer of a famous rock band she hates. While Mia is running toward what she hopes is a cure for her sister, Jax is running away from his rockstar life. As the hours pass, they get to know each other, and she finds herself opening up to him like she never has to anyone.
When Jax volunteers to help Mia on the rest of her journey, she’s hesitant to accept his offer. Under different circumstances, she would want to get to know him better, but how can she entertain this random crush on a real-life rockstar while Maddy lies in the hospital, her name one of many on a never-ending transplant list?
Though everything seems perfect while they’re in the air, once on the ground again, Mia’s lack of preparation catches up with her, and she receives grave news from home. Clinging to the shred of hope she has left, she accepts Jax’s help but makes it clear that her priority is finding Carmen and saving Maddy’s life. She will not, under any circumstances, stray from her mission no matter how cute, thoughtful, and sweet her new friend may be.” (Amazon.com)
Earn three ʻOi Kelakela dollars for borrowing this puke. Earn bonus ʻOK dollars for book talking it with Mrs. Helm.
PUBLISH YOUR STORY WITH AUNTY LEHUA
Did you attend a workshop with Aunty Lehua? Email her your writing for publication in a book. Send your “Where I’m From” poem, “Six-Word” story, “Show Not Tell” paragraph, and “In a World” trailers to AuntyLehua@LehuaParker.com.
Through March, anyone who goes to www.LehuaParker.com and signs up for her newsletter receives a free eBook of One Boy, No Water. To read the eBook, you will need to use a smart phone, tablet, computer, or other device and a free app like Amazon’s Kindle or Mac’s Books.
KĀINOA MA CRBLC!
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Attention all students and Ohana
The PE/Health department is missing a “large” number of towels this school year. The numbers are so high that we are seriously considering NOT offering towels for next school year. If you have a PE towel(s) at home or in your locker, please RETURN them, NO questions asked. Just place them in your locker room`s dirty towel container. We would love to offer this yearly service, but need your continued kokua.
ʻŌIWI INNOVATION STUDIO LUNCH BUNCH @ CRBLC
Want to teach others how to make a duct tape wallet, sew scrunchies, or do circuitry? Email email@example.com to share your innovative ideas. You will have full use of the supplies and space of the ʻOIS during lunch to share your creative talent with others starting in April.
Mahalo to those of you that supported our monthly bradda pops sale. Money raised will help support off island travel in the future. Our next sale will be April 15-18. Hope to see you there!
I lā maikaʻi!