Ohana Alert for the Week of April 2-6…Makawalu Is Coming!

Aloha e nā haumāna a me Ohana 5B!

Happy Easter to everyone!  Hoping that you are enjoying the time together and making great ohana memories that last a lifetime!  Hereʻs the upcoming week at a glance:

*NOTE:*  Students will be working on Makawalu projects all week!  All necessary items (notes, drafts, projects, etc) should be in class daily as class time will be dedicated to this work.  Artifacts/Interactive displays were discussed in class & students can continue to work on this at home or bring to class to work if size permits.

*ALOHA WEAR WEEK: In honor of Merrie Monarch week, students are welcome to wear aloha wear (according to guidelines) daily 🙂

Mon., Apr. 2-Rotation 1-Day 6:  Just got word, Mrs. Naeole-Wong WILL NOT be speaking in class today.  DO NOT bring lei (volunteers). She will be visiting at a later date!  E kala mai for the short notice!

Haumāna:  Please have all your notes, facts, drafts in class with you ipad fully charged DAILY!  Please make time to discuss and begin to finalize your costumes and artifacts that enhance your topic w/ohana.  Final plans will be due on Fri., April 6th! 

Tues., Apr. 3-Day 1:  ALL Feature article rough drafts due today! Thurs., Apr. 5-Rotation 2-Day 2:  ALL FEATURE ARTICLE WRITING FINALS DUE TODAY 🙂

Fri., Apr. 6-Day 3:  Our K-12 Campus will be participating in official hoʻokipa for the 1976 Hōkuleʻa Crew who will be joining us today.  Please wear aloha wear!   Final written submission of artifacts & costumes due today.  This is a written confirmation that students have discussed their ideas and collaborated w/ohana…DO NOT bring in artifacts and costumes today.

Important due dates for next week:  Artifacts & Costumes due in class by Thurs., April 12th.  Makawalu set up will begin today….as NO SCHOOL on Fri., April 13 due to teacher in-service.

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