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Mahalo to all our students, teachers, parents and staff!
We've had a wonderful summer and want to share just a few pics with you all!
More on our website!
Presented what they learned at their summer-end hō’ike!
Waimānalo Elementary K-5
Students enjoyed so many activities!
Waimānalo Intermediate students learned about restoring fishponds at Kaiona and Pahonu...
...Studied ahupua’a at the fishpond
Kailua High School
Summer bridge students working and exploring at Papahana Kualoa
Nā Maka o ka Iʻa
Fourth through 8th grade students explored the ahupua’a and practiced science, technology, engineering, art, and math through activities at the fishpond.
Mālama Ko‘olaupoko Mālama Honua
2021-2022 School Year
Program Enrollment OPENS SOON!
The ʻOhana Corner
We hope to encourage and equip you to help your child succeed --not just at school, but for life.
Hawaiian Phrase of the Month
ʻAʻohe pau ka ʻike i ka hālau hoʻokahi.
All knowledge is not taught in the same school
A Message to Parents
Exercise regularly, eat healthy balanced meals, and get plenty of sleep. Breathe deeply, stretch, or meditate.
Mahalo to Head Start for this message of encouragement and advice.
Summer has arrived but usually summer brings higher electricity usage!
Reducing your carbon footprint helps reduce the effects of climate change.
What can you do?
Skip the car!
Going car-free for a month saves an average of an equivalent of 0.17 metric tons of CO2 equivalent per person.
Line dry clothes!
Summer is the perfect weather to lay laundry out to dry - clothes dryers use a lot of energy!
Enjoy the outdoors!
Eat, play, and relax outdoors and avoid the need for fans, air conditioning, and other indoor appliances.
RECIPE of the MONTH
Annie’s French Ulu Salad
1 steamed peeled cored ulu rough diced
1 medium sweet onion diced
1 Cup Flat leaf parsley minced
1 Cup Quartered pitted Kalamata olives
1 Cup Sliced Spanish green olives
3/4 Cup Olive oil
1/2 Cup Lemon juice
4 Tbsp Coarse grain mustard
4 Tbsp Deli Mustard
3/4 Cup Extra virgin olive oil
1/2 Cup Lemon juice
4 Tbsp Rough mustard
4 Tbsp Grey Poupon or deli mustard
Salt and pepper to taste
Toss all together!
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