Just a friendly reminder the last day of circulation is Wednesday, May 11, 2016! What does this mean? It means ALL library items are due back to the learning center at the end of the school day. The last day to pay ALL fines and return overdue library items is Wednesday, May 18, 2016. ALL library fines must be cleared to receive your report card, year book, and new class assignment for next school year (SY 2016-2017). If you have any questions, please see Kumu Kanani in the learning center.
In honor of National Poetry Month (April 2016) and to Celebrate poets and their craft, Ke Kula Ha’aha’a will be having Poem In Your Pocket Day on Wednesday, April 13, 2016. Come to school with a poem in your pocket and share it with everyone you come in contact with! It’s a day of sharing, listening and having FUN!
Mahalo Nui to our Papa Mālaa’o keiki for meeting the challenge of reading 10 Caldecott Books! Our celebration was filled with Celebrity Readers……Po’o Kumu Aganus and Hope Po’o Kumu Paleka as well as In House Artist Mrs. Rosehill. It was an amazing morning of reading, drawing and FUN!!
Our students are excited and they are reading ebooks from a variety of eLibraries. Story videos, chapter books, non-fiction books and much more just to name a few. Ask your child to share his/her favorite eLibrary with you and engage in the wonderful world of READing!
Student-Led Conference day was a fabulous day for Ho’oulu i ka ‘ike! Our Papa ‘Ekahi classes were so blessed to learn about our Nation’s Capital and the cherry blossoms that blooms near the Jefferson Memorial from ‘Anakē Ivy, a retired first grade teacher from Key School Elementary in Washington DC. Creating their biography keynote presentation, story boarding and learning the art of Origami was among this great day of learning! Ho’oulu i ka ‘ike!
“Do Not Fear The Work, Fear Laziness” These are wise words from our kūpuna… Mahalo Nui to Kumu Wai (Kumu Papa ‘Ekahi) for sharing this ‘Ōlelo No’eau with us at morning oli. Our keiki are well into the school year and they are working hard, learning, sharing and collaborating with each other….taking responsibility of their learning….becoming good and industrious young men and women. IMUA I NĀ PŌKI’I!