Calling all students, parents, staff, faculty, family, and friends! Join us for our Spring ʻOhana Night on Friday, March 3, featuring baked goods prepared by our faculty and staff, food from Samʻs Delicatessen, and performances by our very own students! Click on the attached PDF file for more details. See you there!
Mark your calendars! The Scholastic Book Fair will be held during the week of February 14th-17th in the library. A flyer and parent letter will be sent home on Friday, February 10th. If you are interested in volunteering, please stop by and see Mrs. Weisz in the library.
Before coming to the fair, download the book fair app. It will make your shopping easier if you are looking for a particular reading level.
Look forward to seeing all of you at the Scholastic Book Fair. All proceeds from the book fair purchase more books and ebooks for our library.
Thanking you in advance for supporting the library fundraiser.
Success seems to be connected with action. Successful people keep moving. They make mistakes, but they never quit.
Efficacious people stick to a task until it is completed. They donʻt give up easily. They are able to analyze a problem, and they develop a system, structure, or strategy to attack it. Because they are able to sustain a problem-solving process over time, they are comfortable with ambiguous situations.
Students often give up when they donʻt immediately know the answer to a problem. They sometimes crumple their papers and throw them away, exclaiming " canʻt do this!" or "Itʻs too hard!" Sometimes they write down any answer to get the task over with as quickly as possible. They need to develop strategies to persist through these challenges, and we will continue to teach our students multiple ways to attack a difficult task.
Great news! School Food Services (SFS) announced that our cafeteria will NOT be closing! Your attendance at the community meeting and your written support made a tremendous impact. SFS will take the next year to review their decision, and Brad, Rose, and Stephen will continue to be an integral part of Kahala School. A big thank you to everyone in our Kahala ʻohana!
Our 4th Annual Science Showcase on Wednesday, January 18 will feature class, individual, and group projects from grades K-5. All students in grades 3-5 and selected students in grades K-2 will present their projects to parents and guests in the cafeteria from 12:45-1:25pm. We invite our entire Kahala ‘Ohana to join us as we showcase our students’ amazing work. Please check in at the cafeteria upon your arrival. We look forward to seeing you then!
Applications to receive a geographic exception are now being accepted. For more information, call Ms. Lilly or stop by our office.
The Department of Education has decided to close our cafeteria next school year. We want to stop them. Please join us as we meet with department officials about the proposed closure.