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Music Festival and Music Day

Our complex Music Festival will be held on March 14th at Mililani High School. All the complex schools will be performing that night. In addition, there will be a Music Day on Saturday, April 9, 2016 from 1pm-3pm at the Mililani High School Music Department for elementary students in our Complex Schools grades K-5. There…

Welcome Back!

This week is Spirit Week, so students will be wearing red tomorrow, Wednesday, purple on Thursday, and blue on Friday. To see the history and significance of Spirit Week, please check out the video “Spirit Week Colors” on the Videos page here. Thank you to those who turned in donations for our annual Garage Sale during…

Happy New Year!

Hi Everyone, The closing of the year is upon us and soon, the new year begins. To see what your children have been doing in November and December please check out our Parent Newsletter (Link in Parent drop down menu). We also posted the upcoming events in January. Our “Second Annual Garage Sale 1:1 Technology is…

Important Updates

Hi Everyone, We continue to grow and welcome new families to our school I am excited to introduce our newest teacher, Mrs. Rodriguez, to all of you. She will be teaching in our Grade 4 co-teach inclusion classroom with Mr. Chouinard shortly. Due to the rainy weather, Kuahelani Park is very wet and muddy. For…

Spring Fling 2015

Last Friday our Hui put on a successful Spring Fling event. Spring Fling is a night of food, fun and entertainment for everyone in our community. There were performances by our school Chorus and the Jump Rope Team. Our Aina in Schools program provided opportunities for students to get dirty and learn about healthy eating. We’d like to…

Ms. Fukada honored during Education Week

Our own teacher, Jana Fukada was honored on March 19th during Hawaii’s Education Week. The State Legislature recognized students, teachers and school administrators during Education Week presentation ceremonies at the State Capitol. Education Week honors excellence in teaching and campus leadership as well as student achievements in academics and community service.