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Spring Photos With the Easter Bunny

To visit the Easter Bunny, scan the QR code or visit the tinyURL to find a date and time that works best for you. Please see the flyer for more details.

25th Infantry Band Visits Our School

The 25th Infantry Makani Wing Quintet and Mauka Brass Quintet performed for our fourth and fifth graders. Students and teachers were treated to popular songs, stories and music lessons. Mahalo to our Army professionals!

Digital Citizenship Video Contest

Students,
Get creative and put together a video to show how you balance your digital life and your real life. Video submissions due by April 5th. For details, follow this post.

Complex Thinkers

See some of our Complex Thinkers from last quarter. Student submissions are encouraged! Follow this post to view the video.

Are You A Quality Producer?

This quarter we are focusing on Quality Producers. Show us that you are able to draw, color and write to the best of your ability and submit your entries by March 31. See our flyer for more information.

Unruly Splats - Students Get Moving with STEM Education (Star-Advertiser News Article)

First grade students in Mrs. Zukeran's class, supported by MakerSpace teacher, Ms. Tateyama, exert a lot of energy using the Unruly Splats application and equipment. Games are coded for students to physically respond to the colors, lights and sounds of the Splats. Here they play Red Light, Green Light and Whack-A-Mole. See Star-Advertiser news article 3/8/2021 linked to this post.

Read Across America

During Dr. Seuss week, several guest readers came by to read to our students. Thank you to CPT Rhoten and his unit, along with Ms. Diwa, Mr. Boychuk and Mr. Swan for taking time out of your busy day to put smiles on our students' faces! Follow this post to see more photos.

Mahalo to Mrs. Milley

Mahalo to Mrs. Milley, wife of the chairman for the Joint Chiefs of Staff for visiting our school. She chatted with our Student Council and visited some of our classrooms.
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