Newsletter October 2017

Newsletter October 2017

Aloha Ka’ohao Families and Community,

Another packed PDF below for you to view and a great time to update your calendars! Open the PDF below for all the info.

Congratulations to the #1 school in the entire state of Hawaii for both DOE and Charter in academic proficiency in the areas of English/Language Arts, Math and Science! Please read about YOUR successful students and YOUR highest achieving school in Hawaii, Ka’ohao School!

Mahalo to our amazing staff and mahalo for your support at home!  Click on the link below to read the press release from DOE.

http://www.hawaiipublicschools.org/ConnectWithUs/MediaRoom/PressReleases/Pages/2016-17-Strive-HI.aspx

 

This year’s much anticipated Kaohao Carnival brings rides, trains, dunk tanks and ono grindz! Get a head start and pre order your unlimited ride wristband at the link below.

http://kaohaoschool.org/keiki-carnival/

 

Please be aware of the road work starting in October by Kalapawai and how that might impact, drop off and pick up at school.
Read the news in the PDF and find out details of the construction ahead which might last anywhere from 3-6 months. Need a contact to get your construction questions answered?… Click the PDF below.

Interested in fresh veggies  and produce for dinner? It’s as easy as saying yes and signing up. Oahu Fresh is offering a CSA service our school, but we would need at least 15 orders to qualify for the donation program. Check out the program at http://www.oahufresh.com/

Please send an email to echapman@kaohaoschool.org if you are interested, if we get 15 or more subscribers, I will set up the CSA program and donations will go towards garden efforts at Kaohao.

SEEKING….. KSO needs a few donations and you will be happy to see the kiddie closets tidy and neat… click that PDF and you will be happy you did!

REMINDER: September 28 and 29, are Parent Teacher Conference Days, please do not bring your student/s to the meeting unless your meeting is student led, please confirm with your student’s teacher.

 

Have a safe weekend Ka’ohao families. Continue the good work at home and we will continue to do the same at Ka’ohao Charter School.

With Aloha,

Espie Chapman