Dear Keone'ula Ohana,
Please see below for an important message from Heidi Armstrong, our Complex Area Superintendent, regarding the recent threat of violence at Kapolei Middle School. Thank you!
CAS Letter Printable
Aloha Keone'ula Parents,
As a reminder, there will be no school on Monday, February 12th, due to the annual Teacher Institute Day.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the office at 307-2100. Thank you!
Aloha Keone'ula Families,
There will be a change in the lunch menu on Thursday, 2/1/18. The lunch menu for that day is:
Chicken Patty on WG Bun
Aloha Keone'ula Families,
There will be a change in the lunch menu on Monday, 1/29/2018 The lunch menu for the day is:
Aloha Keone'ula Parents
The state will be transitioning to a new school lunch system soon.
On Monday January 22, 2018, online balance payments through SchoolCafe will no longer work. On this day, all payments must be made through the office. This is to help ensure that balances will be accurate when the state migrates to the new system. Thank you for your patience on the matter.
For more details please read over the attached memo.
DOE Memo January 18, 2018 <---- Click here to download the memo
Aloha Keone'ula families!
With the New Year underway what better way to get started than by cleaning house. On January 27, 2018, Keone'ula will be hosting an Aloha Aina Recycling Drive from 9:00AM to 12:00PM. Please review the attached flyer for more details.
2018 Keoneula AARD Flyer <--- Click here to get a printable copy
Aloha Keone'ula Parents and Guardians,
Please see the linked letter below from our School Superintendent. A copy of this letter will be sent home with your child today.
Please be assured that Keone'ula Elementary School, in case of a real emergency, is prepared to best ensure the safety and well being of your child. Please feel free to contact the school's office if you have any questions or concerns.
Letter from the Superintendent
Dear Keone'ula Families,
This year, Keone'ula Elementary worked with the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Hawaii Program to bring holiday cheer to a few families struggling with childhood illnesses.
Pictured below are the over 100 gifts that parents, students, and staff members donated to families and children currently going through a difficult time.
Thank you for helping make this season one to remember for children and families who are in need!
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