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Spring Break

16-24

Have a great break!

Good Friday

25

No School

Kuhio Day Observed

28

No School

Quarter 4 Begins

29

Back to school!

Report Cards

1

Return envelopes

Spirit Week

4-8

Check out the schedule!

Gr6 Field Trip

7

Challenger Center

Food Drive

11-13

Feed those in need!

Gr1 Grandparent's Day

13

Lunch with family

JPO Competition

15

Go Momilani Eagles!

Gr5 Grandparentt's Day

18

Lunch with family

GrK Drama Performance

21

8:30 am and 6:00 pm

GrK Field Trip

25

Kuoloa Ranch

SBA MathTesting

26-29

Be on time!

SBA ELA Testing

3-6

Be on time!

Hui O Momilani

9

FFN Prep Night

i-Ready Testing

10-13

Be on time!

Hui O Momilani

13

Family Fun Night

Spring Book Fair

16-20

Come check it out!

Gr6 Field Trip

17

Rascals

JPO Field Trip

18

It;s a surprise!

HSA Testing

19

Gr4 Science

Gr3 Drama Performance

24

8:30 am and 6:00 pm

End of Year Assembly

24

Come celebrate with us!

GrK-6 Field Trip

25

Kapolei Theatres

Report Cards

26

You made it!

Last day for students

26

Have a safe summer!

Last day for teachers

27

Rest and relax

Memorial Day

30

No School

 

Momilani Monthly eMessenger

 

Written by: FaithO

Edited by: MarlieA

 

Mr. Yuen, Mr. Omine, Mr. Arakawa, and the Hui O Momilani Board will conduct their annual basketball clinic, the Hui O Momilani Basketball Clinic on Saturday, April 9.  The session will run from 9am - 12pm at the Pearl City High School Gym.  The clinic is designed for students ages 5 to 16.   The enrollment is open to all children.

 

This clinic helps kids enrich their basketball skills such as dribbling, shooting, passing, and many other skills.  The annual clinic is in partnership with the Hoops Academy after-school basketball program. The donations you give help us support our school.

Written by: KristyK

Edited by: TracieR

 

We will be having a meeting on Tuesday, April 5th at 5:30pm in the cafeteria to finalize plans for the festivities of FFN. We hope you will join us and bring your ideas, suggestions, and maybe your willingness to "shadow" a current committee or fill a vacant committee chair position?!

 

FFN Chairperson - Kristy Kono

family_fun@momilanies.k12.hi.us

 

Hui President - Tracie Romualdo

tracie_romualdo@momilanies.k12.hi.us

 

Save the Date

Volunteer Form

Donation Form

 

Written by: ShaheeraK

Edited by: ShaheeraK

 

On March 2, Momilani Elementary School celebrated Dr. Seuss’ 108th annual birthday. The kindergarteners, first graders, and second graders celebrated by going to an assembly put together by Mrs. Kamin. With a handful of grandparents and parents, the stage got put together in less than 10 minutes. The program started by Mr. Arakawa asking the students questions on who Dr. Seuss was.


Then, Kupuna Pang did the school chant and sang Aloha means I love you. When Kupuna finished, Sally (Mrs. Karosich) went on stage to read “The Cat in the Hat Comes Back”...

 

 

Written by: LynnW

Edited by: DanielN

 

It is that tie of year again when Momilani looks to give back to those in need. We are holding our Spring Food Drive from:

  • Monday, April 11th
  • Tuesday, April 12th
  • Wednesday, April 13th!

Look deep in your hearts and into those pantries to provide food for the Hawaii Food Bank!

 

Needs:

  • Canned Meats
  • Canned Meals
  • Canned Fruits
  • Canned Vegetables
  • Rice
 

 

Written by: CandaceK

Edited by: MarlieA

 

On March 4, the Lions Club came to Momilani Elementary to help the Kindergarten and First grade classes with hearing. A variety of different people helped, including previous teachers, doctors, elderly, and even the blind.  Even though they go through this work, they don’t get payed.  Why do they do this? It’s because their motto is “We Serve.” They believe their hard work comes from their care. Shannon Ching, a doctor of audiology says, “Our motto is we serve. That’s what our purpose is, to help others.” If you would like to read more about the Pearl City Lions Club, or may even want to join them

   

 

Written by: KanaS

Edited by: ShaheeraK

 

Did you go to this year’s exciting curriculum fair at Momilani Elementary?  If you did not, basically, each grade level from Kindergarten to sixth grade showed off each students’ amazing work and art.  There were a variety of activities that were done for many subjects, including art, science, literature, social studies, technology, and writing.  We even had posters for the Student Leadership Team.  Everyone seemed impressed with the different assignments and work that we produced.  It was very interesting and cool to see all the different work and I learned a lot.

 

 

 

 

Written by: LynnW

Edited by: DanielN

 

Monday

  • Disney Day!
  • Dress like a character!

Tuesday

  • Mustache and Eyebrow Day!
  • Wear a mustache or eyebrows on your face!

Wednesday

  • Emoji Day!
  • Show us your favorite emoji!

Thursday

  • Momilani Shirt Day!
  • Wear any of your Momilani t-shirts!

Friday:

  • Neon Day!
  • Come to school looking like a hghlighter!
 

 

Written by: KaraH

Edited by: CandaceK

 

Achieve3000 is a program that helps improve student reading skills by providing a variety of stories. There are polls to answer and an article to read.  Once you have finished reading the article, you are asked to answer a few questions such as “What does vigilance mean?”  “What is one cause-effect in the article?”


Our very own Roree has won an award for improving her grades immensely.  She has been getting better and better at her activities over the half year.  “I was super excited when I found out I got the award.” Roree says.  “I didn’t think I would be the one to get it!”

 

   

   

 

Campus Water Pollution

Our school has a storm water management plan that is available for review at the front office. It is part of the federal government's effort to
keep our streams and oceans clean and eliminate pollution discharge.

CLICK HERE

 

Breakfast and Lunch Price Increase

  • Student Breakfast = $1.10
  • Student Lunch = $2.50

Reminder

Students need to make arrangements to be picked up right after school or after tutoring. Do Not have your child(ren) loitering around the school. There is no supervision for these students.

 

Volunteers Needed

We Need your Help!
We’re asking for Parents, Grandparents & other family members to step up and come join us!
Be an Adult Supervisor or Volunteer in the Library, we would love to have you here!
If you are interested, please call our front office at 453-6444 for more information.

 

 

Written by: CandaceK, KaraH, ChristieC, and TaylorO

Edited by: Marlie Asato

 

Momilani Invades the Google Summit!

 

What did you do over the break? On March 25th and 26th, our very own technology teacher, Shane Asselstine, 5th grade students Candace, Kara, Marlie, Taylor, and lone 6th grader, Christie, went to the Fourth Annual Google Summit at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.  We are all excited to share our experience with you!  We attended many different sessions and learned a lot of different things from other presenters.


When we arrived, we ate breakfast (bagels and cream cheese, danishes, parfaits and fruits), got free backpacks, and designed our own name tags with emoji stickers. After, we took some pictures with emoji pillows, silly glasses, and kooky hats.  We introduced ourselves to other teachers and presenters before we started our day...

 

 

Written by: JosephieannaS

Edited by: RylieT

 

This year marks the 10th year that Hawaii Bicycling League has been coming to work with our 4th graders at Momilani Elementary School! They are a non-profit group with the goal of enabling more people to ride bicycles for health, recreation, and transportation!

 

They taught us how to check and ride a bike properly. They made rules to keep us safe on the road. Any rules that are broken will have consequences. We also had to do a 6 point check.Let’s talk about the 6 check points.

 

Wellness Guidelines

Take a look at these wellness snack guidelines, then submit your snack idea here!

  • Calories ≤ 200
  • Total Fat ≤ 8 grams
  • Saturated Fat ≤ 2 grams
  • Trans Fat ZERO
  • Sodium ≤ 200 mg
  • Sugar ≤ 8 grams
  • SUBMIT A SNACK IDEA
   

   

 

Family Fun Night!

  • Meeting on Tuesday, April 5th
  • 5:30pm in the cafeteria

Volunteers

Right now, we’re looking for enthusiastic volunteers for a few positions available: Treasurer, Membership Chair, Magazine Drive Chair, Family Fun Night Co-chair. If you think you may be interested, please email Tracie at tracie_romualdo@momilanies.k12.hi.us

 

Missed Registration at Open House? Click below to become a Hui O Momilani Member!

Register

 

 

Bubbies Fundraiser

It was another record year for the Momilani Elementary School Foundation’s Bubbies Mochi Ice Cream Fundraiser. Thanks to the generous support and donations of Momilani’s friends and families, we were able to make a profit of $30,000! This will be used for future projects to help enrich our children’s learning environment at school.


The foundation would like to recognize the top 3 students who had the most ice cream sales:

  • 1st Place: KendelleH - $2,220.00
  • 2nd Place: KylanK - $1,440.00
  • 3rd Place: IkaikaH - $1,100.00

They were awarded Pearlridge gift certificates...

 

 

A Summer School Options:

 

CRDG:

  • University of Hawaii Lab Schools
  • June 6–July 8: Core Program
  • 8:00 am - 11:45 pm
  • Grades 5-8
  • Minecraft: An Adventure, An Experience
  • http://goo.gl/qHVTvR

For other options at CRDG:

Next Hui O Momilani Meeting:

  • TBD
  • 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
  • Momilani School Cafeteria

Click the button to learn more!

 

Next Foundation Meeting:

  • TBD
  • 4:30 pm
  • In front of the office

Click the button to learn more!

 

Next SCC Meeting:

  • TBD
  • 7:00 am
  • Momilani School Library
   

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