Aloha Parents and Friends,
Let's show Teddy's Bigger Burgers Hawaii Kai our appreciation of their continuous support of our students by bringing our ohana to enjoy their awesome burgers, ono grilled chicken sandwiches and best shakes this summer. It's a great break from cooking for mom and a yummy treat for the fam! Mahalo!
NVMS uniforms are available for purchase now from the Custom Company. There are four ways to order:
1. Order online for home delivery with flat rate shipping.
2. Opt for free delivery and pick-up at NVMS library on Weds., April 26 or Thurs., May 11 from 2 to 5 p.m. Orders must be received by May 8, 2017. Use code: NVFREEPU511.
3. Go to NVMS' on-campus sale at the library Thurs., July 6, 2017 from 7:30 a.m. to noon. Pay by cash and credit/debit card only.
4. Visit the Custom Company store in Aiea -- 98-027 Hekaha Street, #25, 96701. 808-799-8191.
Please click on headline for flyer with complete details.
All of our students participated in the American Heart Association’s Jump Rope/Hoops for Heart event earlier this month and helped to raise money for heart disease prevention and new PE equipment for our school. This was our PE teacher Mrs. Filek’s second year of partnering with the AHA’s program, and we surpassed last year’s fund raising efforts by raising a total of $5,400.
Special thanks to our other resource teachers -- Mr. Dong, Mrs. Nishibun, Ms. Purba, Mrs. Kamo and Makua Vernalani for their time and efforts setting up, running stations and distributing
prizes. Big mahalo to Zumba Jen from Hawaii Kai Towne Center Zumba Classes for spending all week warming up the students for this fun event.
Great job to our top fundraiser Amari Chang, grade 1, for raising more than $1,000! Second place fundraiser Kai Weinstock, also a first grader, raised $800! Both will receive Jump Rope for Heart medals, to be presented at the last quarter assembly.
Thank you, parents, for supporting our students, community and school!
On the right hand column under Quick Links, please click on "Newsletters" to view the latest parent newsletter -- the April 2017 issue of the Kamiloiki News -- or, simply click on the headline. Mahalo!