Sep 142012
 

Are your kids looking for a new costume?   Have they outgrown their old costume?  Have extra costumes at home?  Bring them to the Halloween costume swap!  No money involved.

Bring your children’s costumes to F101 on Thursday 9/20 between 2:30-4:00pm or Friday 9/21 between 4:30 – 5:30pm.  One costume brought in will = one costume to take home.

The swap will take place Thursday, 9/27 from 3:00-5:30pm in F101.  Click on the image below to more information on the flyer and should you have more questions, please feel free to Contact Us!

HalloweenCostumeSwap

Sep 012012
 

During September, Maika`i customers are invited to make a donation of up to $249 (per person, per organization) at checkout. Foodland matches a portion of each donation. This year, Foodland and the Western Union Foundation will match each donation up to a total of $350,000 for all organizations combined.

Click on the flyer AND video below for more information!!! Thank you for your donation as it will help support many important programs here at Liholiho!

Give Aloha - Sep 1
Liholiho Give Aloha Video produced by David & Shayna Kusumoto.
Aug 312012
 

Hello everyone!

We hope your morning is going well so far and that you are ready for the 3 day weekend!  As a reminder, there is no school on Monday, Sep. 3 as it is a Labor Day Holiday, so enjoy yourselves!

We have posted the Reflections Art Contest flyer and the September Lunch Menu to the site.  If you should have any questions, you can Contact Us anytime!

Thank you!

 

Aug 292012
 

Liholiho Elementary School is collecting the plastic covers from water bottles, sports drinks and soda containers. Those plastic bottle caps are often times thrown away and they end up in our ocean. Birds bring them back to their nests and feed them to their young. The plastic caps also wash up on our shores and break down into tiny pieces of plastic and they pollute our beautiful shores.

Accepted are caps and lids with the symbol 2 (HDPE), 4 (LDPE) or 5 (PP). These include caps from drinks, shampoo, food products, detergent, medicine, supple-ments, spray cans, toothpaste and coffee cans.

Not accepted are metal, Styrofoam or clear lid covers from drinking cups, pumps or sprayers, and any caps that are dirty.

Please rinse them out and bring them to Liholiho and we will be happy to recycle them. Please don’t throw them away. You can send them in with your child and label it: “To: Mrs. Johnson” or place them in my mailbox in the school office.

For your information, we’ve collected 135.5 lbs of caps and lids from Jan. – Aug. 2012!  Thank you for protecting our precious environment!

– Mrs. Johnson

Aug 212012
 

Just a friendly reminder that tonight will be a Boy Scouts Open House night at Liholiho!

For 1st grade through 5th grade boys
Tuesday, August 21, 2012 at 7:00 PM (TONIGHT!)
Liholiho Elementary Cafeteria

Bring your fee to School Night:

Tiger Cub, Cub Scout, Webelos, or Boy Scout Registration Aug. – Dec. 2013 $21.25
Boy’s Life Magazine (17 monthly issues) $17.00
Total $38.25

Questions? Need Additional Information? Would like to join but unable to attend? Click on the Contact Us page and put “Boy Scouts” in the subject line.

Aug 192012
 

Over a hundred school and community volunteers came down yesterday to participate in our very first Liholiho ‘Aina Garden Party! Liholiho community contributors worked interdependently to build six 4′ x 12’ raised garden beds, a green compost structure, and painted beautiful signs to label garden beds for each grade level. Altogether, we moved 7,900 pounds of soil! Now we are ready to start planting!

Special thanks to community volunteers from Kokua Hawaii Foundation, Hands in Helping Out (HiHO), 12th Ave. Grill, Hula Grill Waikiki, and UH Manoa Master Gardeners Program who took time out of their three-day weekend to help with Liholiho’s garden program.

ATTENTION: If you are interested in volunteering with our ‘Aina in Schools program to teach and inspire environmental stewardship or childhood nutrition please contact Ms. Shimizu, ‘Aina Team Coordinator, in the Contact Us page using the subject line “Aina in the Schools”.

– Lori Shimizu

More pictures will be posted later!

Garden Party

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