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Our playground equipment installation was completed over the Spring Break. Students are now being trained to use the equipment with safety being our first priority. We are fortunate to have received the equipment for our students during the new school construction. Students are reminded to respect the orange and green fencing that surrounds our play areas when not in use. Photos linked to this article include the installation and the enjoyment of the equipment by our students.
Solomon parents have nominated Ms. Tristen Kumashiro as the teacher of the quarter. Ms. Kumashiro was awarded the Golden Apple. She is pictured here with her fifth grade class. Congratulations!
Eight of our fifth graders' science experiments were entered in the District Science Fair. There was a total of 7 schools and 34 participants. Our student scientists were interviewed by multiple judges from various community partners. They also took part in a fun STEM activity. Student participants in the fair were Cohen C., Noah H., Jayla W., Benjamin B., Dylan J., Jovilyn A., Ricardo A., and Mya S.
Solomon celebrated Dr. Seuss's birthday on March 2nd. Guests from our community read books to our students. The community members included soldiers from Schofield, Leilehua High School's National Honor Society, Diamond Darlings, Representative Lauren Matsumoto, Mr. Brandon Smith, and Mr. Wayne Yoshino. Thank you to all of our guests!
Our Read Aloud Revival will be a follow up to today's activities.