Kamiloiki Elementary

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Niu Valley Middle School Summer Orientation and FAQ Sheet

To Parents of 5th Graders,
Please mark your calendars for Friday, July 21 for Summer Orientation at Niu Valley Middle School, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the school cafeteria. Presenters: Administration, 6th grade faculty, IB Coordinator, Friends of Niu Valley (FNV), Parent Community Networking Coordinator (PCNC). Topics will include: vision and middle school model, after school care, dress code, drop off and pick up procedures, classroom expectations, and grading system.

Attached is an FAQ sheet for your information. Just click the headline to view it. Mahalo and Happy Summer!
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Mahalo to Teddy's Bigger Burgers Hawaii Kai

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!
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Time to Buy Niu Valley Middle School Uniforms

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.
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Band Concert on Tuesday, May 23

Please join us for our fourth-and-fifth-grade students' Year-End Band Concert in the cafeteria at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday. They've come a long way! Special thanks to second grade teacher and band leader Mr. Jaderstrom for his dedication, patience and talent!
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Jump Rope for Heart Raises $5,400!

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!
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Please Support Kaiser High School Cougars!

Kaiser High School - Project Graduation 2017: Silent Auction - Open until April 30th
Want to relax in a luxurious hotel on beautiful Maui? Taking the family to Disneyland? Got relatives coming and want to check out a Waikiki show? Check out the amazing items available via the Online Silent Auction at https://kaiserhsprojectgrad2017.shutterfly.com/silentauction. There are a variety of items donated by sponsors. Please make sure to read the instructions for bidding. 100% of proceeds benefit Project Graduation and a receipt for tax purposes will be provided. Good luck and happy bidding!

One day our cougar cubs will become the cougars who volunteer at our school to man the rides, parking lot, silent auction, and hotdog & drink sales in the cafeteria for our Keiki Carnival. Without the cougars, our carnival would not be possible!
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May Day Needs & Reminders

Our May Day Kanikapila is this Friday, and we need some help, please:
1. Volunteers are needed to help set up tents on Thursday, May 11 at 4:30 p.m. in the courtyard. All hands welcome!
2. We need plumeria to decorate our May Day stage. Please bring them to school on Thursday, May 11. We will string as many as we get during and after school. Mahalo!
3. Early dismissal is on Friday this week at 1:30 p.m., and Wednesday is a regular day ending at 2:15 p.m.
4. There is no parking on campus the morning of May Day, so please use curbside drop off on Friday.
Please see attached flyer for details by clicking on headline.
Mahalo nui!
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