First Grader Art Murals with artist Betty Jean Nativio
These beautiful Kilauea School 1st grader murals can be found in person at the gas station area of the Princeville Center. A special mahalo to Betty Jean Nativio for her work with the students.
Here’s the News for THIS WEEK:
Last week of school! Yeah!
FITNESS FUN DAY PLEDGES ARE DUE!
Special thanks to the parents and students that worked so hard to get pledge money turned in. It’s truly appreciated! We’ve already received over $3,000! So far, only 69 out of 302 students have brought in their pledges to help fund programs and supplies for the next school year. We’d like to reach our goal of $5,000 to help meet some of these needs. We will determine which classes and students are the winners by Tuesday afternoon, so you still have time to get your pledge money in.We will be accepting pledge money for the rest of the week.
LIBRARY BOOKS ARE DUE, TOO! Please get in ALL Kilauea School Library books so you won’t have to pay fees for replacing them. It helps our library staff to complete inventory process, too! Mahalo!
Monday: Ms. Devin’s went to Na Aina Kai Garden
Tuesday: Recycle your HI-5 plastic bottles and aluminum cans in separate bags. Please rinse, but leave the labels on.
Wednesday: 2nd Grade Classes Go to Kauai Mini Golf AND
Rotary Club Book Distribution-10am in the cafeteria AND
4th Quarter Awards Assembly-12:30 in the cafeteria
NOTE: 2pm dismissal on Wednesday
Thursday: Fitness Fun Day- 12-2pm We will need volunteers to help supervise since we will have all the classes out there at the same time. If you signed up, please show up by 11:30am
Friday: 6th Grade Graduation-9am by the flagpole
NOTE: Students dismissed for Summer break at 1:15pm
May Parent Newsletter will be coming home by Thursday with the supply list for next school year. Check with your oldest/only child.
I’ll be sending along another email with some more things your child can participate in over the summer.If you know of anything else, please email soon…Thx, Sue
Looking for things for your kids to do this summer?
One year, I gathered a group of people together that had programs available for kids during the summer and invited parents to come and get the info and talk to the people directly…As often happens, very few people came and for the amount of work it took to coordinate that, it was very discouraging… There is also a DOE policy that prevents us from posting up programs and events that HAVE A FEE if the money is not directly going to the students.
But as a parent, I know we need a way to get this info passed around…so if any of you know of things happening and programs that I could share with other interested parents…please email them to me and I can forward it to the rest of you….
I know already that there is a Father’s Day fishing Tournament on Sunday, June 16th (10:30-12:30) Call Tiffany @ 651-5103 or email her at email@example.com
And there is a Summer Junior Tennis Camp at HBR…Call 821-8225 for more info or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Download the Registration forms for 2013 season for Cheer and Football.
Season will begin August 1st – December 2013
Practices will be at Kapaa Sports complex ( by Kapaa Armory)
Games will start in September Saturday/Sundays ( schedule will be distributed in august)
Football participants ages are from 7 yrs – 14 years old players birth date and weight determine the division they can play.
For cheer- ages are from 5 years – 14 years old.
Accepting registration on the following dates at Kapaa Sports Pavilion (by Kapaa Armory)
June 5 4:30 – 6:00pm
July 3 4:30 – 6:00pm
July 24 4:30 – 6:00pm
July 31 4:30 – 6:00pm
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Akala Aiwohi – president @ 635-0088, Llwellyn Woodward –Football Coordinator @216-8258 or Lani Cummings –Cheer Coordinator @ 639-1442.
I will be placing a packet of forms by the end of the week at the office. We are also looking for volunteers if any one is interested in coaching for our cheer program.
Please take the time to complete this County survey regarding budget priorities for the up coming fiscal year. See the press release/link below. It’s very easy to complete. Thank you for our continued support and assistance with our partnership with the Mayor and County of Kauai. Encourage your family, friends and colleagues to do the same! Mahalo!
To view news release, please click on this link
Hope you have a great week!
Watch the Kilauea Robotics team as they talk about their creation, The My Cane!
- Ms. Thompson’s Class went to Egypt: Click here for the complete Egyptian experience!
Thanks so much to Kehau Tegen for her efforts in recycling/redeeming the HI-5s at the school! We are grateful for the parents that have stepped up to coordinate this program. Please keep those HI-5 plastic bottles and cans coming in on Tuesday mornings and at the end of the school day. If nobody is there when you come at that time, please leave the recyclables on the pallet outside the door on the east side of the old cafeteria.
We’ve had some problems with bags being dropped by the recycle bins and a big box brought. As a reminder, please make sure that:
- HI5 recyclables are brought in on TUESDAYS ONLY!
- They have been rinsed out and caps removed-LABELS MUST BE ON THEM
- They are properly sorted-plastics in one bag and cans in another
- THERE IS NO FOOD OR TRASH IN THE BAGS WITH THE RECYCLABLES
- and another way you to recycle….KIUC just delivered 1,008 compact florescent bulbs to the school for us to pass out. Please bring your non-CFL bulbs to the PCNC/PSAP Room-A4 and trade them in for the CFLs. energy-wise! Some of our classes are participating in an island wide competition to trade in the most bulbs! Please tell your island family and friends about this free opportunity to be energy-wise!
MAHALO for your continued support!
Please take a look at a valuable resource for parents and students right here on this website. You will find the following features:
1. Announcement of the week’s events.
2. Interactive monthly calendar of events.
3. The PTSA Facebook feed that we encourage you to “Like”.
4. A link to participate in eScrip where just by shopping at the supermarket can add dollars to the school.
5. A link to the School Library Media Site where students can participate with online educational tools they also use at school.
6. Videos and photos that the students have produced.
7. School blog and administrative information.
Mahalo and we welcome your feedback and input.