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– Sept. 3 Labor Day Holiday
– Sept. 4 Pauoa After School Programs Begin
– Sept. 7, 5:30-8:00 Mele on the Lawn
MELE ON THE LAWN –Join us at this fabulous event planned to connect families, school, and the community on Friday, Sept. 7 from 5:30-8:00 pm. Bring your lawn chairs and mats to enjoy the “feel good”music of up-and-coming local bands, City Boys and One Drop. The concert will be emceed by radio personality, Sam Kapu. Burgers, hot dogs, fried noodles, and BBQ chicken will be available. Proceeds from food sales will directly benefit Pauoa’s students.
DONATION SIGN UPS –Thank you to all the parents who have signed up to donate items for our various school wide events. Mele on the Lawn will be our first event. Gr. 5 parents are asked to donate items needed for this event. Teri burger patties, rice, bottled water, and mini take-out containers are a few of the items that are needed. You may use the Sign Up Genius link: PAUOA DONATIONS or call Candace Aimoto at 587-4500 to make a donation.
Please drop off Mele donations on Wednesday, Sept. 5.
Click on the Sign Up Genius link to donate items for Pauoa School events:
· Camp Pauoa –September 28 (Donations from Gr. 1)
· Mele on the Lawn #2 –January (Donations from Gr. 2)
· Fitness Challenge –February 22 (Donations from Gr. 4)
· Spring Fling Fair –April 5 (Donations from Pre K, Kindergarten, Gr. 3)
Mahalo for your support and generosity.
STUDENT INFORMATION UPDATE FORM –Please fill out the Student Information Update Form to report changes in household information including address, phone number, and emergency contact information. If changes have been made, complete only the items that have changed and turn in the completed Student Information Update Form to the school office ASAP.
NEW MASS MESSAGING SYSTEM –The Department of Education has launched the School Messenger mass messaging system in which automated messages, such as announcements, safety alerts, and attendance, will be sent to household phone numbers and/or primary email addresses. Parents will receive an invitation to “opt in”on their cell phones to receive text messages (see flyer). To set preferences for different types of messages, parents may download the SchoolMessenger app from iTunes or Google Play or visit the website, Go.Schoolmessenger.com.
WORDS TO PONDER –“Wherever you go, no matter what the weather, always bring your own sunshine.”By Anthony J. D’Angelo