The Parent Community Networking Center, or PCNC for short, serves to create supportive partnerships among the home, the school, and the community for the purposes of supporting student success, and building a sense of family and community. The PCNCs are school-based center for families, volunteers and community to identify their strength, collaborate, make decisions and create partnerships.
The PCNC has a lot of amazing events planned this school year for your student and family, please look out for our flyers, blackboard, or sign up for our newsletter. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us during school hours.
Would you like to become involved in your child's education?
If so, we would love for you to volunteer at Solomon Elementary. At the Parent Community Networking Center we are always looking for parents and guardians to assist us in school related activities during, or after school hours.
All volunteer hours spent at Solomon Elementary are certified hours through MyArmyOneSource and the Army Community Service.
These are some of the ways to become involved at our school:
Please share your ideas and input with us by either stopping by and chat with us in room P-12 or give us a call at 808-305-1832. You will be able to see and hear all of the exciting activities happening here at Solomon! If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to get in contact with us as well.
PCNC sends out a newsletter every quarter to inform parents about some awesome events we've had going on. If you wish to sign up to recieve our newsletter simply email email@example.com
We would like to extend a warm Aloha to all new and returning parents, guardians and students of our school. We encourage all of you to become members of our Parent Teacher Student Organization. For more information on becoming a part of the PTSO for the school year 2018/2019, please contact us at 808-305-1832 or stop by P-12. The PTSO organizes fundraisers throughout the school year and uses all the funds for fun activities for our students, like the Family Fun Fest or classroom parties.
For fundraising opportunities, please contact the PTSO at firstname.lastname@example.org!
We always welcome your assistance on campus. A Volunteer Orientation is usually held twice a month on a Monday, during a school calendar day. However, due to all of the holidays and school breaks this year, we chose to select alternate days to hold our orientations. We are also available to host 1on1 Volunteer Orientations at a different time and date if a parent is unable to attend any of the scheduled orientations. All parents/guardians must attend the orientation in order to attend field trips, participate in classroom activities, and chaperone on or off campus events. Volunteer Orientation begins at 8:15 am in room P-12, and last approximately 30 minutes.