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News & Announcements

GLO 3: Complex Thinker

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Are you a complex thinker? Are you able to demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving? Submit your photo and necessary information to glo@solomonelementary.k12.hi.us. See flyer for more information.

GLO #2: Community Contributors Video

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See our community contributors hard at work during the months of November and December. Perhaps you might be able to see a family member or a few of your friends!

Hawaii Keiki Video

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Hello Parents,
This is a 3 minute video which was created by the Hawaii Keiki Program geared for parents/students to perform daily wellness checks at home with the goal of keeping our campuses healthy.

Unruly Splats - Combining Coding With PE

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MakerSpace teacher, Ms. Tateyama and Grade 1 teacher, Mrs. Morikawa, collaborate to combine coding with a lesson on skipping. The Splat devices are coded for students to participate in a game called Four Corners. The students enjoy playing the game while getting much needed physical activity. See the fun on the videos attached!

Kindergarten Students Emulate Jackson Pollock Art

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"Jackson Pollock was an influential American painter, and the leading force behind the abstract expressionist movement in the art world. Pollock's greatness lies in developing one of the most radical abstract styles in the history of modern art, detaching line from color, redefining the categories of drawing and painting, and finding new means to describe pictorial space." (https://www.jackson-pollock.org/)

Using our Sphero devices to code their movements, Mrs. Villarreal, our Visual Arts teacher, guided our students to create art pieces that emulate Pollock's works. Follow this post to see the finished artwork and videos!

Care of Student Chromebook

Our very own Technology Coordinator, Mrs. Deptula, shared her video of the proper use and care of Chromebooks back in October 2020. If you didn’t already check it out, please watch this important video.

Reserve Free Take-N Go Sack Lunches

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CYS is offering free sack lunches for students who attend on-post schools. Lunches may be picked up at SAC from December 21-23 and December 28-30. Please call to reserve a lunch. See flyer attached for more information.

Free Virtual Coding Camp Opportunities for 4th and 5th Grade Students

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We would like to share two coding camp opportunities coming up with our partners from Microsoft. On Monday (12/21) there will be a MakeCode Arcade game on Wonder Woman 1984 (right before it's release), then on the following Monday (12/28), there will be an exploration into Artificial Intelligence (AI) using Minecraft. These virtual camps are free and aimed at students from 4th - 8th grade. Please see the flyers attached for registration information.

Free Grab & Go Meals continues through May 2021

The United States Department of Agriculture and Food Nutrition Services has extended the National School Lunch Seamless Summer Option (SSO) Program for the rest of the school year. Therefore, Solomon Elementary School will continue to participate and provide free meals for eligible children and students in the SSO Program through Friday, May 28, 2021.

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