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Everyone was in the Halloween spirit on Thursday and had loads of fun! The parade was the best ever and the Pizza Hut lunch was a hit too. Mahalo for those who shared goodie bags with their peers! There was enough goodies/treats for them to last a long, long time.
The Kindergarten classes will celebrate the 100th day of school (January 17th) which is literally the 100th day of the school year. From the very first day of school, they began keeping track of the number of days they've been in school in anticipation of the 100th day. More importantly, it is a wonderful way for the keiki to celebrate the various mathematical concepts that they have learned using the number 100.
It has been a tradition for the students, with their parents, to work together and create something that will be shared on our 100th day of school! So........the 100th Day project is...... a 100th Day T-Shirt to be worn on our 100th day of school! Brainstorm with your child so s/he can pick 100 objects to decorate a t-shirt with. Objects that could be used include ribbons, sequins, buttons, etc. They can be glued, drawn, tied, painted, or sewn on. For added educational value, encourage your keiki to practice counting by 5's and 10's while laying out 100 objects; this will help boost their counting skills.
Please note the following dates:
- Wednesday, November 6th - Library books due
- Wednesday, November 6th - Recycle bags due
- Thursday, November 7th - School Preview Performance of Little Mermaid Jr.,1:00pm
- Friday, November 8th - Kuakini Pulama Mau consent form due
- Friday, November 22nd - myON Reading assignments (minimum of 5 books) and Book Share due
A hui hou,