MahinaʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi! Join us on 26 Pepeluali 2021 from 4:30 - 6:00 pm on Zoom for Pūʻōhala Schoolʻs virtual Pō ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian Language Night) as we honor Hawaiian Language month. If you would like to reserve a kit, please visit complete the form at bit.ly/pspoolelorsvp2021 by 12 Pepeluali 2021. In-person learners will have their kits ready for them at pick up on 24 & 25 Pepeluali 2021. 100% distance learners and the public may pick up the kits on 24 & 25 Pepeluali 2021 at Grab and Go from 10:30-11:00 am. Everyone is welcome to join us!
Pō ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian Language Night)
February 26, 2021 4:30 - 6:00 pm
Join Zoom Meeting Link:
Meeting ID: 847 9053 6412
Aloha e Pūʻōhala ʻOhana,
Please see the memo from our Complex Area Superintendent, Matthew Ho regarding the Department of Healthʻs Water Lead-Testing Project. Please visit http://health.hawaii.gov/WIIN for more information.
The Office of Hawaiian Education (OHE) is pleased to share the following resources:
College & Career Readiness (CCR) Advisor Training, beginning on January 21 at 1pm HST (6pm EST). CCR Trainings are offered monthly and January's focus is on parents and families. It is still open to all constituents! This training is FREE to Pūʻōhala families, since we are a CFES School. Register here. Printable Q&A flyer.
Aloha e Pūʻōhala students and families,
There is a change in our Friday on-campus student schedule. Friday, January 22, 2021, will not be a make-up day for Hui Mauka students. Hui Mauka students will have one day of on-campus learning this week. Please look for an announcement from your childʻs teacher to determine whether or not your child will be on campus this Friday.
If you have any questions about your childʻs school schedule on Friday, January 22, 2021, contact your childʻs teacher ASAP.
Aloha e Pūʻōhala ʻOhana,
Thank you for your patience as we return to campus. I wanted to apologize for the afterschool pick-up traffic flow today, Tuesday, January 12, 2021. English speaking students will pick up in front of the cafeteria and then exit campus by completing the turn back out towards our main gate. ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi haumana will drive past the cafe pick-up to the fire lane and form a line down the fire lane for student pick-up. Please kokua and share this information with anyone who will be doing the pick-up of our students.
"Ma ka hana ka ‘ike, ma ka ‘imi ka loa‘a" - "In working one learns, through initiative one acquires."
Aloha e Pūʻōhala Families,
Welcome back to campus. For the week of January 11, 2021, please refer to the attached document to determine your path to pick up your child. There are a few changes to the pick-up procedures as compared to the second quarter.
E kala mai, we anticipate some difficulty with this new traffic pattern and pick up, and I hope we can all work together to make drop off and pick up SAFE.
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