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Return completed School Quality Survey by February 21st.      Keiki Rainbow Run entry form due by February 28th.

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Keiki Rainbow Run on March 28, 2020 (entry form attached)

Aloha Students and Parents! The Keiki Rainbow Run is being run again this year! Last year, we had a great turn out of students, parents, and teachers. Let’s make this year’s 2020 run even better! We’ll have a Makalapa tent area where we can all meet before and after the event that is being held on Saturday, March 28. This is a fun, healthy, and enjoyable event where our Makalapa ohana can share and take part in. The other great news is that the entire $15 dollar registration fee goes right back to Makalapa Elementary for much needed supplies and resources that all of our students can use. Please register and give your payment to your child’s homeroom teacher by Friday, February 28. If you have any questions, comments, and/or concerns, please do not hesitate to call or e-mail Mr. Kawatachi. Let’s do this, Makalapa!

Phone: (808) 421-4110 extension 261

Email: michael.kawatachi@k12.hi.us
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Donations to Charity: Lost and found items

13 lunch boxes, 27 jackets/sweatshirts, 3 shirts, and 18 water bottles left by students on campus at the end of first semester were donated to charity on Friday, January 3, 2020. We returned items labelled with a child's name. Parents are reminded to label items with your child's name. Check in your child's classroom and/or our lost and found table in the cafeteria should your child forget items at school. Items left on the lost and found table on March 20, 2020 will be donated charity.
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Cell Phone Policy

Student cell phones must be kept in their backpacks on school campus this includes before and after school. Students are allowed to call parents in the office and in the class with adult permission.
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Morning Drop Off

Please do not drop your children off at school before 7:00 am. There is no morning adult supervision before this time. If needed, Kama'aina Kids runs a morning care program for a fee.
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