April 2021 Newsletter
Aloha Kaohao Families,
Thank you for your patience during this pandemic school year.
We are fortunate to have about seven more weeks with your student/s.
I am grateful for our students, volunteering parents, staff, and hard-working teachers. Let’s enjoy our time together.
The GE Lottery is tomorrow, all information has been sent out to those who applied. Ruth will email you next week with your GE lottery number for your student. If you have any questions about the lottery, please contact Ruth (266-7844, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Help us celebrate and appreciate all our hard-working students who are full of perseverance, passion, resiliency, and adventure!
Please have a look at the newsletter attached.
- April is the month to celebrate the military child/ren, read about their strength
- Check out Boon Supply to support Kaohao Student Council
- Movie night with KSO
- Student success
- Ukulele Lessons
- Kalaheo Superstars
Have a wonderful weekend.
Aloha Kaohao School ʻOhana,
We are easing into the last few months of this school year, we want to thank you for your continued support at Kaohao School.
Have a quick peek at the newsletter attached, enjoy your Spring Break.
Here are a few dates to calendar:
- 3/8: Report Cards Issued
- 3/8-12: Spirit Week
- 3/18: Governing Board Meeting, 6 pm ( contact email@example.com to join/view)
- 3/15-19: Spring Break
- 3/26: Kuhio Day, No School
- 4/2: Good Friday, No School
Please continue to practice safety measures so we can finish the school year strong.
February 2021 Newsletter
Aloha Ka’ohao Families,
So that you are informed, I hope you can take a few minutes to open the February PDF attached.
Take a look and see what dates you need to add to your calendar, how to properly fit your mask, and read about the Zero Waste Hui.
Please make sure to discuss with your child/ren our electronic device information.
Take care and stay safe.
PCNC, Governing Board Member
Newsletter September 2020
Aloha Ka’ōhao School,
Keep up the good work Kaʻōhao students!
Please have a look at the September news items.
Page three has information on Hawaiʻi Children and Youth Day, FREE Seeds of Honua Seed Sprint by our very own Tyler L. (last day to register is tomorrow, 9/15), FREE tutoring help from Boys and Girls Club, FREE performing arts lesson from Shine, and GO NOODLE to get your kids up and moving.
We are excited to share vermicomposting knowledge to you at home, please see page four. “Learn to Worm” is a SIX-month commitment.
Have a great week.
Newsletter August 2020
Aloha Kaʻōhao School Families and Friends,
We are so proud to call you part of our ohana.
You say you are new to the island?
Ohana is a Hawaiian word that refers to a person’s extended family, which can include friends and other important social groups. You are now part of our ohana, we welcome you to the caring and kind Kaʻōhao community.
As we face the complex array of issues, everything in our world looks different, and the varying degrees of comfort now require constant caution. With the absence of in-person instruction and teaching, we understand that as part of the new normal, the new school year will require flexibility and pushing outside of our comfort zones.
I want to assure you that the Kaʻōhao staff are dedicated to delivering high-quality education, the same student success, and will continue to focus on the whole child.
We believe that each student is unique, gifted, and will thrive this school year.
Thank you all for your support and patience, LET’S DO THIS.
Please take a look at the short newsletter below.
Espie Chapman, Parent Community Network Coordinator, Governing Board Member