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 email@example.com and RSVP!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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!
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.
It looks as if we had some hardworking parents and students helping out in our beautiful garden on a warm Tuesday afternoon! Thank you to the students and parents for coming out and breaking a sweat on a weekday, we very much appreciate it!! And thank you to Arlene Liao (newsletter editor) and Tony Consillio for their great pictures!
|Garden Party – Feb. 26, 2013|
Isn’t it amazing how wonderful the garden beds look on campus? The sunflowers are just so beautiful! We’d like to continue enhancing the lovely area on Tue. Feb. 26 from 2:30 – 4:00P.
- Harvest, compost and mulch the ‘AINA IS garden beds
- Turn the compost piles
- Build an outdoor garden hale
- Light snacks and water will be provided (Please bring your own water bottles)
Items to bring:
- Tools labeled with your name: shovel, bucket, hard rake, and wheelbarrow (if you have them)
- Closed-toe shoes, hat, clothes that can get dirty, gloves
- Sunscreen (we will be working out in the sun!)
To join in the fun, please click on the link below for more information and submit the form by Fri., Feb. 15!
We hope that everyone had a great weekend and are ready for another week of school. Just a reminder that for the next 2 weeks, school dismissal is 1 hour earlier because of the Parent Teacher conferences.
In case you may have missed the `Aina in the Schools event, please click below on the image and view some pictures that show how much fun (and work) was had at the event! Sorry that the pictures are so late!
Enjoy your week!
|'Aina in the Schools|