Jan 042018
 

Click below to see a few pic­tures from Adopt A School Day, which hap­pened in ear­ly Decem­ber. Vol­un­teers from the Hawaii Jaycees-Chi­nese Chap­ter helped devel­op the Hawai­ian Gar­den by build­ing planter box­es and prepar­ing the soil. Stu­dents and par­ents helped paint the planter box­es and moved mulch to the Aina In Schools gar­den.

Thank you very much to the Hawaii Jaycees and to every­one who helped!

(We’ll need to post some pic­tures of the gar­den!)

Adopt A School Day

Jan 032018
 

Hap­py New Year! Hope you are hav­ing a won­der­ful win­ter break! Here are fly­ers from the last Thurs­day fold­er which was Decem­ber 21.

  1. Aina In Schools — Gar­den Par­ty Jan­u­ary 9
  2. Jan­u­ary Lunch Menu — please note that Jan­u­ary 16 is now a SCHOOL DAY. The orig­i­nal­ly sched­uled Jan­u­ary 16 Pro­fes­sion­al Devel­op­ment day is can­celled and will now be on Feb­ru­ary 16. So:
    Jan 16 — SCHOOL DAY
    Feb 16 — NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS

Aina In Schools Garden Party January 9January Breakfast and Lunch Menu

Sep 142017
 

Here are pic­tures from last week’s Gar­den Par­ty. It was a lot of fun, espe­cial­ly for the kids — they could play with dirt and it was OK!

Thank you to Mr. Marsh, vol­un­teers, and peo­ple from the ‘AINA in Schools pro­gram! Gar­den beds and now ready for fall lessons and Gar­den Club activ­i­ties!

Garden Party Album Cover - click to view pictures

Apr 072014
 

Alo­ha All,

 I want­ed to per­son­al­ly reach out to all who helped and thank you all for mak­ing this a suc­cess­ful event for the PTA, our school and most of all the envi­ron­ment.  Thank you very much!
I want­ed to per­son­al­ly reach out a thanks to Scott Yoshi­hara, Arlene Liao, Iris Salazar and (The best fun fair co-chair in the world) Lawrence So for tak­ing on the respon­si­bil­i­ty of pulling off this beach clean up.  I appre­ci­ate all your hard work.
Thank you also to all of the fam­i­lies who took time from their busy Sat­ur­day morn­ing to come out to the beach and help us with the clean up effort.
I will be work­ing with Mat­son to close out the event and they have asked for some pic­tures to recap the event.  If any of you took pic­tures this week­end, please feel free to send them on to me.  DISCLAIMER — I don’t know what Mat­son will use them for so if you would not like to send them on, no prob­lem.
Thanks again for your hard work!
Apr 032014
 

Good morn­ing,

Thank you to all who have vol­un­teered so far with the beach cleanup.  As of this writ­ing, we have 34 vol­un­teers and we are still look­ing for more!

If you do have some free time on Sat­ur­day morn­ing, join us in clean­ing up our beau­ti­ful beach­es!  You can email fundraising@liholiholaulima.org and RSVP!

Thank you!

Apr 022014
 

Good morn­ing!

We are still look­ing for fam­i­lies, friends, and rel­a­tives to assist us with this event.  We cur­rent­ly have 21 peo­ple signed up for this event but need at least 100 peo­ple to help pick up the trash and debris on the beach before the pol­lute our beau­ti­ful ocean!  Ice cold drinks will be pro­vid­ed and cleanup is only two short hours, the PTA will be receiv­ing $1,000 that can be used towards the school

RSVP at fundraising@liholiholaulima.org

Thank you!

Apr 012014
 

Good morn­ing Liholi­ho fam­i­lies!

We are still look­ing for more vol­un­teers to help us out with our beach cleanup on Sat­ur­day morn­ing!!  We need at least 100 vol­un­teers to help us beau­ti­fy Hawaii’s beach­es and this is a per­fect oppor­tu­ni­ty to help raise mon­ey for the PTA and also per­form some com­mu­ni­ty ser­vice!

Thank you for your con­sid­er­a­tion!

BeachCleanUpDay

Oct 022013
 

Good morn­ing!

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.

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