Ahuimanu Elementary Welcomes You!

Students in grades 2-6 read 40 KidBiz articles this summer with a first try score of
75% and be automatically entered into a raffle for a mini iPad! The contest runs from
the first day of summer to the first day of school in the fall 2017.

The Ahuimanu Chorus sang a couple of songs at our Volunteer Appreciation Tea
on Wed., 5/17. The chorus is led by Mrs. South.



May 12, 2017 was a beautiful day. We had an amazing May Day program!
Thank you to all our wonderful students, staff and volunteers who helped to make this day such a
memorable day!!

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6th Grade Graduation will be here soon! 

See the May newsletter for order information.

Ahuimanu had 11 students selected as Windward District Winners for the
29th Annual MOA Museum of Art Childrenʻs Painting Exhibition.
See more photos at MOA Photos

We would like to send out a Big MAHALO to all the presenters
who shared their careers with us on our Career Day:
Glenn Lininger (Navy - Exp. Ord. Officer), Carlos Garcia (Young Brothers), Lee Goff (Entomologist), Christy Coswer (Highway Safety), Lee Vierra & Shayne Enright (EMS), Rosie Alegado (Scientist/Professor), Peter Stone (Attorney), Evan Bisho (C/C Recycling), George Heaton (Financial Advisor), Kacie Aurio (Clothing Line), Chelsea Hardin (Model/Motivational Speaker/Coach), Jeff Walters, Rhea Berg, Brittany Arvitu (NOAA), Officer Craig & Officer Minton (Police), Danielle Thomas (NSA) and the Sheriffs K-9 Unit (Greg, Frank & Rolin)

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Congratulations to all our district level science fair participants: Naia Nyza, Emily Preis, Derrick Castillo, Evan Foster, Jasmine Katayama, Kaili Meeks, and Jonah Fernandez. These students all worked and represented Ahuimanu well at the Windward District Science Fair. Weʻre very proud of them all!

Additionally, Emily Preis won the Jr. Award for the Biochemistry Category! 
She will continue on to the State Science Fair in April. Way to go!

Grade 2 Chinese New Year Celebration

We are bringing an exciting fundraising opportunity called Oahu Fresh to our school. Oahu Fresh offers families the convenience of school delivery of fresh, locally grown produce. The produce bags may contain banana, eggplant, pineapple, sweet potato, lettuce, green onions, and kalo. There are also add-ons available such as local eggs, cheese, honey, coffee and more. There is a one time fee of $15. The delivery cost to families is $25 per bag, with 45 from each produce bag going back to the school. For more info., please visit 

Our Ohana is now recognized as a 501 (c)(3). That means any donations parents make to the Ohana are tax deductible! The Ohana is also
listed on AmazonSmile! All you do is shop at Amazon through the smile.amazon.com website, select "Ahuimanu Ohana Incorporated" as the supporting organization and Amazon will donate 0.5% of the purchase price to the Ohana for us to use at the school! So, if youʻre planning on shopping on Amazon, donʻt forget to Smile before you check out!






Each student and his/her parent/guardian must review the linked Technology
Responsible Use Guidelines below and sign the Agreement Form. 
Please click below to see the TRUG form.

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Mahalo to 'Olelo for taping our 2016 May Day Program. The program is now on
'Olelo Community Media's Video on-demand website. Please share the
link with family and friends who were not able to attend our program.


Take a look at our campus

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Log onto Reading Wonders

We now have TumbleBooks! Log onto 
Your child should know our username & password. If they don't, please come and visit the Library, Computer Lab, or call the office and we'll give you the information. TumbleBooks is a wonderful site to read online books, take a quiz and do book reports!

We are excited about launching The HIDOE Digital Library at Ahuimanu. Students now have access to a collection of ebooks! To access the Digital Library go to:

Click on the Get Schooled link to see how absences can impact your childʻs learning and likelihood of graduating. Did you know that missing school days can lower math and reading scores? 

All volunteers will need to go through a volunteer training with the PCNC. Please contact our PCNC for more information.

Students in grades 2-6 should be completing at least 2 KidBiz/TeenBiz articles a week. The goal is to have 40 activities completed by December. Please encourage your child(ren) to read KidBiz/TeenBiz articles with 75% accuracy. Log into https://www.kidbiz3000.com. To learn more about lexiles, go to http://www.lexile.com/

Students in grades K-6 should be practicing math skills daily using our online subscription to IXL.com. Students can choose from a wide range of math skills to practice. Please help your child(ren) log into IXL to build math skills. As students progress, they achieve rewards. Go to https://www.ixl.com/signin/castlekahuku

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
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"Annual Notification of Privacy Rights"
Know your privacy rights as they apply to:
1) students record information
2) directory information
3) surveys and other collection
4) military recruitment information.
For more information on your privacy rights, the laws that protect them, and how to exercise your rights, contact your school administrator or visit http://ferpa.k12.hi.us.

Tardy/Absent Policy
Attending school daily and on-time provides the students the opportunity to experience academic success. Absences will be excused due to an illness, family court hearings, and medical reasons with a verifiable note provided by the doctor. All other reasons will be considered unexcused. When a student has reached 5 absences/tardies, a letter will be sent home. If your child continues to have excessive absences/tardies, the school counselor will follow up with supports to ensure regular school attendance.

School Meal Prices

Breakfast (7:20am-7:40am)
Regular Student Price -             $1.00
Reduced Student Price -           $0.30
Adult & Student Second Price - $2.20

Regular Student Price -             $2.25
Reduced Student Price -           $0.30
Adult & Student Second Price - $5.00
Extra Milk -                                $0.50

Instructional Time
Daily instruction begins promptly at 7:50am. Students should be in the classroom by 7:45am when the warning bell rings. If you find it necessary to bring articles of clothing, lunches, etc. to school during the day, please leave them in the office. Our office will make the delivery to the classroom during a time when it will be least disruptive to the instruction.

School Hours
School begins at 7:45am and end at 2:00pm on Mon., Tues., Thurs., and Fri. On Wednesdays, school ends at 12:35pm. JPOs begin duty at 7:30am. We have no supervision on campus before or after school. Unless your child is coming to eat breakfast, please do not drop off your child(ren) before the JPOs come on duty.

A+ Program
Before school care hours are from 6:00am-7:20am. A+ After School Care begins when school is dismissed until 5:30pm. The A+ fee is $85 a month per child. For more information, visit http://doe.k12.hi.us/programs/aplus.htm or call our school office at 239-3125.

Calendar and Events
May 1-5- Achieve3000 Testing Gr. 2-6
May 3 - Teacher Appreciation Potluck
May 5 - Garden Club Harvest Party
May 5 & 8 - Gr. 3 Trip to Europe
May 9 - Gr. 3 Field Trip to Sea Life Park
May 9 - SCC Meeting 2:30 & Ohana Meeting 6pm in Library
May 9 - Ohana Elections 6-7pm in Library
May 10 - School Ends at 2:30pm
May 12 - May Day Program, School Ends at 12:35pm
May 15-19 - Gr. 4 South American Presentations
May 19 - Gr. K Field Trip to Honolulu Zoo:  Regal Fund Raiser
                 Pick Up 2pm in Parking Lot
May 15-23 - Gr. 4 Swimming
May 23 - Gr. 4-6 Dance in Cafe
May 25 - School Ends at 2pm; Grade 6th Graduation
May 26 -End of Year Awards Assembly in Cafe; School Ends
            at 12:35pm
May 29 - Memorial Day
May 30 - Last Day for Teachers

May 29 - Aug. 7 - Summer Break!