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Welcome to 1SG Samuel K. Solomon Elementary School!           On Wednesdays students are dismissed at 12:50 p.m.      All other days students are dismissed at 2:05 p.m.        Aloha!

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Aloha Aina Recycling Drive November 17, 2018

Aloha Parents,
Solomon Elementary will be hosting the Aloha Aina 3R's Recycling Program to bring waste awareness and action to our campus. This program empowers students to engage and educate the school community about the 3R's: REDUCE, REUSE, and RECYCLE. Please click on the header to see how you can help. Bring in your recyclables on Saturday, November 17, 2018 between the hours of 9:00 am and 12:00 pm. Items will only be accepted on the day of the event. We are looking forward to seeing our community all pitch in to help our school and the environment!
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UNITY DAY - October 24, 2018

The Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE) is encouraging students and staff to join a national movement for inclusive, nurturing learning for all. Wednesday, October 24, 2018 is designated as Unity Day and everyone is encouraged to wear orange as a simple statement of support for Kindness, Acceptance, and Aloha in our school communities.

In addition, to support this positive movement, HIDOE will be distributing orange bands with the message, "Unite for KINDNESS, ACCEPTANCE, and ALOHA" for our students.
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Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease and Other Common Childhood Diseases

Aloha Parents,
We have had a couple of cases of Hand, Foot and Mouth disease within our school community. It is a common childhood disease that can be prevented and contained with hand washing and early detection. Please check your child's entire body and extremities daily. If you see red spots or bumps around the mouth hands and/or feet, take your child to the doctor for confirmation. Please alert the school if your child has this infectious disease so that we may keep our community healthy. Furthermore, continue to practice hand washing as we approach the cold and flu season. Thank you!
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HURRICANE OLIVIA - Message from Superintendent Kishimoto

Dear Parents and Guardians,

The Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE) is working closely with state and county agencies statewide to monitor Hurricane Olivia. The initial effects of the storm are expected to reach the islands by early Tuesday morning. As a precaution, all afterschool activities for Hawaii Island and Maui County will be canceled starting tomorrow, Sept. 11. Hana High and Elementary will be closed tomorrow as well.

As the situation evolves, HIDOE will continue to provide updates about afterschool activity cancellations and school closures.

Updates on school closures will be posted on HIDOE's website,, and on social media - Twitter and Facebook, @HIDOE808. Please ensure that your child’s school has the most up-to-date contact information for your household.

Families are encouraged to have an emergency plan in place and prepare ahead of the storm's anticipated impacts. The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency (HI-EMA) recommends individuals and families prepare an "emergency kit" with a minimum of 14 days' worth of food, water and other supplies. For other tips and for more information, please visit

Click article to read entire memo from Superintendent Kishimoto.
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School Resumes on Monday

Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE) public schools and offices statewide will resume normal operations August 27, with the exception of four schools in Lahaina (Maui) that will be closed for students.
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School Closed August 23-24

Hawaii public schools and Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE) offices statewide will be closed Thursday and Friday August 23-24 as Hurricane Lane approaches the islands as a powerful Category 4 storm.
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Fruits & Veggies for Life

Kudos to the parents/guardians of Solomon Elementary School for teaching their children to eat fruits and vegetables as part of a healthy diet. Cafeteria staff have remarked that our students are eating a lot of the salads and fruits served as part of the school lunch program. This is great news. Keep up the great work in promoting healthy eating and physical activity as part of a child's total wellness.
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Challenge Five

Leilehua Complex schools are gearing up for each student to meet the challenge of having less than 5 absences in one school year from August to May. Each day when students are absent from school, less learning occurs. Having good attendance in school develops a strong commitment to education, provides a sense of belonging in school, and instills good work habits. Click to see flyer.
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