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March newsletter 2018

The school and district

The school and district administration address the issues of ADA access to all parts of the campus and address the safety issue of the road through the middle of the campus that creates a safety issue for students and staff. Addressing the gap between student who are High Need (SPED, ELL, Disadvantaged) and their Non-High Need Peers Consistency within and between grade level throughout the school in terms of policies and curriculum implementation If you would like to join the discussion, please come to one of the School Community Council Meetings that are held each month. Holualoa School: Teaching 21st Century Skills “GLO’s” General Learner Outcomes Self-directed Learner (The ability to be responsible for one's own learning) Community Contributor (The understanding that it is essential for human beings to work together) Complex Thinker (The ability to demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving) Quality Producer (The ability to recognize and produce quality performance and quality products) Effective Communicator (The ability to communicate effectively) Effective and Ethical User of Technology (The ability to use a variety of technologies effectively and ethically) Mahalo Nui Loa from the Holualoa Staff- A big Mahalo from all of us for being there and supporting your child in learning their math facts and reading nightly!! Holualoa Staff Wish List. Mrs. Ichishita: Plain white scratch paper for drawing and coloring books. Rather a short wish list this month but please know teachers can always use paper towels, hand sanitizer, sanitizing wipes and more. School Reminders- Check your child's planner! Holualoa School students are provided with a free planner. This planner helps them to list the important things they need to remember Page 4 of 5

each day. Listing important things to remember is a research proven way help individuals become better lifelong learners. Please support your child by checking and signing their planner daily, and encouraging them to use it for daily practice. Please do not park at the Immaculate Conception church (across the street from the school). Church services are held there daily and the lot is for church members and staff only. Please do not walk your child to the classroom or drive him or her to the class if you are running late. Students are not to be in the classrooms before 7:45 a.m. without teacher’s permission. Absolutely no vehicles other than staff vehicles may be driven beyond the basketball court at any time. Additionally, the area by the basketball court is not for dropping off or picking up your child. The cafeteria gates are opened at 7:00 a.m. and closed at 5:30 p.m. on school days. The gates are closed on weekends. Please do not drop off your child before 7:00 a.m. as there is no adult supervision. All students who leave early must be signed out at the office, even if they are returning later during the day. Please claim your child’s lost items. There are “Lost and Found” plastic tubs Located close to the office on the porch landing between C-2 and C-3. Also, the cafeteria has lost and found items near the Holualoa Cafeteria Stage. Thank you! Become a Volunteer? All visitors must sign in at the office and obtain a visitor’s pass. All volunteers must sign in and wear their volunteer badge. Thank you for helping us to make Holualoa School a safe environment for the nurturing and growth of our children. www.holualoahawks.org Facebook page: Make a friend request to Holualoa Facebook School # 808 313 3800 Principal: Glenn Gray glenn_gray@holualoa.k12.hi.us Vice Principal: Wendy Daniel wendy_daniel@holualoa.k12.hi.us Have A Wonderful Spring Break!! March 19 th – 23 rd Page 5 of 5

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