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Momilani eMessenger


This month marks the 25th anniversary of Mrs. Higa’s tenure as principal of Momilani Elementary. The school celebrated with a special assembly on September 3, 2014, featuring honored guests and an appreciation video featuring the students, teachers and staff of Momilani!


Momilani 25th Year T-Shirt Order Form! CLICK HERE


Click below to see more tributes to Mrs. Higa!

The annual 2014 Hui O Momilani magazine drive fundraiser is going well, but we still need more support to get to our goal of $35,000 in sales, which would bring in $14,000 for school programs supported by the Hui, such as the Costume Ball, Craft Night, Celebrate Reading Night and Family Fun Night.

Deadline extended: MONDAY, September 8, 2014.


Thank you to our hardworking parent volunteers who have been organizing prizes throughout this campaign - we’re almost there!


Flash Mob Alert!!!

Save the date: Friday, October 24 and be a part of the first Momilani Flash Mob featuring Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”! On YouTube, search: sac ballet thriller. Practice it and strut your stuff at the Costume Ball.


Look out for the order forms coming soon!


Click below to find the Flash Mob Training Link!



This summer has been full of exciting improvements to our school campus.


  • Electrical upgrades in every classroom
  • New split-air conditioning units were installed in three classrooms
  • Brand new modern play structure installed on the upper field. CLICK HERE to see it!

We are so grateful for the generous support from our community in providing a safe and caring learning environment for all of our students – mahalo nui loa!




It’s that time of year again! The Momilani Foundation annual Bubbies Mochi Ice Cream fundraiser helps support important school improvement projects such as upgrading the cafeteria sound system, replacing old air conditioning units in classrooms, purchasing new laptop computers, and installing the covered walkway between the classrooms and cafeteria, all to create a better learning environment for our children.


Click below to see important dates!




Federal Survey Cards

Mahalo for your kokua!

Thank you for your cooperation in returning the Federal Survey Cards September 3, 2014 in a timely manner.

Parent-Teacher Conferences September 8-12, 2014

Reminder: Students will be released at 1:00 p.m. the week of September 8-12, 2014.

New After School Program

Golf Enrichment Classes by Island Pacific Golf Academy

Deadline to register: September 11; Register for Golf Here


Stay tuned for more programs in the coming weeks!



Take a look at the following links from Common Sense Media and have a discussion with your keiki.


Technology Tips for Parents

Digital Life: K-5

Digital Life: 6-8




Many times we think of wellness in terms of physical or health education, but there is a third type of wellness we like to focus on at Momilani: character. Look for Mr. Nishihara's mGage assignments coming soon.


Wellness Documents:



Dear Momilani family and friends,

Thank you for all your support! We have kicked off this school year with a bang, with 69% in school membership and a record number of volunteer signups. We are poised for an outstanding school year filled with fun and enriching activities for our children. The Magazine Drive and Papa John’s fundraisers are well under way, and we are preparing for our first event of the year, the Costume Ball!

If you are not helping yet, it’s not too late! Please contact me with any questions or to find out how you can get involved.

Tracie Romualdo

Hui O Momilani President


Papa John’s Fundraiser

  • Monday, September 8, 2014
  • Order a pizza and 25% of the sales before taxes will be donated back to Momilani.

Magazine Drive Kick-off

  • When: Friday, August 22, 2014 from 12:30 - 1:15 pm
  • Where:  Momilani Cafeteria
  • Contact: Reed Matsuo (

The Momilani Elementary School Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established by parents to support the students of Momilani Elementary School. The Foundation improves the educational experience of all students by funding projects like new playground equipment, covered walkways, laptop computers, projector systems, and air conditioners throughout campus. Our primary fundraiser is the annual Bubbies Mochi Ice Cream sale in November.


The Foundation’s success relies heavily on volunteer parents like YOU! We welcome your getting involved with an organization that is dedicated to making your child’s experience at Momilani a rewarding one.


The Parent Project is a nationally recognized program created specifically for parents with difficult or out-of-control adolescents (students in grades 5 through high school). This program addresses the critical issues that parents face and provides concrete, straightforward, step-by-step solutions.

The program consists of 10 weekly class sessions, meeting on Tuesday evenings.

Dates: September 3, 10, 17, 24, October 1, 14, 22, 29, November 5, 12

Time: 6:00pm – 9:00pm

Place: Waiau Elementary School Library

98-450 Ho`okanike Street, Pearl City

Cost: Classes are free; however each participant/family is required to purchase a parent workbook for $24.


To register, please contact June Kawamura, Honolulu District PCNC Facilitator at #753-8135


Click below for more information!

Next Hui O Momilani Meeting:

  • Thursday, October 16
  • 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
  • Momilani School Cafeteria

Next Foundation Meeting:

  • Sunday, September 14
  • 4:00 pm
  • In front of the office

Next SCC Meeting:

  • Wednesday, September 17
  • 7:00 am
  • Momilani School Library

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