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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.

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AVID Career Day

Solomon students enjoyed learning about careers in the military, medical, electrical, performing arts and technology fields, as well as careers in the police and fire departments. Pictured are students listening to professionals from Hawaiian Electric. Students received hard hats as part of the educational lesson. To view more photos, tap on this article.
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Central District Spelling Bee

Students Cohen Cross and Tavon Washington participated in the Central District Spelling Bee at Mililani Middle School on February 8, 2018. Our fourth and fifth grader competed against 6th, 7th and 8th graders. Pictured are Mrs. Amy Denzer (Advisor), Ms. Tristen Kumashiro (Teacher), Cohen Cross, Tavon Washington, Mrs. Colleen Tsuji (Teacher) and Mrs. Sally Omalza (Principal).
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Teacher of the Quarter

Solomon parents have nominated Ms. Kathleen Bogenberger as the teacher of the quarter. Ms. Bogenberger was awarded the Golden Apple. She is pictured here with her first grade class. Congratulations!
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Purchase Our Solomon Yearbooks Today!

Aloha Parents,
Please consider ordering a yearbook for your child to remember this school year forever. Orders are being taken online with the code 1476118. The order deadline is March 16, 2018. Go to YBPAY.LIFETOUCH.COM See the attached flyer for more information.
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Emergency Preparedness

Aloha Solomon Community,

Recent events served as a statewide reminder of emergency preparations. Rest assured the Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE) schools hold emergency drills to educate and prepare students and staff of situations that threaten the safety and security of our campuses. The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency (HI-EMA) indicates that the safest response to a ballistic missile threat is to “Get Inside, Stay Inside, and Stay Tuned.” Thus, the proper emergency action drill for schools is, “Shelter-in-Place.” Shelter-in-Place drills is one of the five annual emergency exercises practiced by our schools. Additionally, HIDOE has conducted principal meetings with HI-EMA officials regarding school Shelter-in-Place planning and procedures for a ballistic missile threat. To read the DOE memo in its entirety, please see the attachments on this announcement or refer to the hard copy being sent home with your child today.

Sincerely,
Principal Sally Omalza
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AVID Marine Debris Clean Up

On Saturday, December 16, 2017, 33 Solomon students in grades 3-5 participated in an AVID Marine Debris Clean-up sponsored by the Kokua Foundation at Malaekahana Beach Park. Solomon students worked together with students from Wahiawa Middle School and Wheeler Elementary School to clear the beach of more than 300 pounds of marine debris. The Kokua Foundation also taught our students about the importance of living a plastic-free life in order to reduce the amount of waste in our environment.

Thank you to the students and teachers who participated, represented Solomon, and dedicated a Saturday to community service! Go Lions!

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A Big Mahalo

A big mahalo to Island Palm Communities and their Santa Singers for supporting Solomon Elementary at our annual Holiday Book Fair family event. Click on this link to download the .mov file to see and hear the Santa Singers!
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Holiday Family Event a Big Success

Despite the rain, we had at least 100 families come and join us for our Santa Singers, vendors, Santa Story Time, and Book Fair. A big mahalo to Ribana Washington (PCNC Coordinator), Tamekia Jones and Jennifer Cross for hosting the book fair and market. Thank you Mrs. Amy Denzer (Reading Instructional Specialist) for sticking it out with everyone until the end. All teachers that attended the book fair are receiving a free book donated from our PTSO. Check out the picture with our PTSO president and vice president holding all the donations. WOW! Thank you to our amazing PTSO!

Thank you for supporting the PCNC and have a wonderful holiday break.
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