Sep 222017

Please con­sider par­tic­i­pat­ing in this event! Your donation (plus the addi­tional per­cent­age matched by Food­land and West­ern Union Foundation) comes back to Liholiho for part-time teachers’ salaries, school equip­ment, programs, and events.

Thank you to those who have already donated. So far $1429 has been raised! Don’t forget to turn in a copy of your receipt along with the class contest form to your child’s teacher or school office. The top 3 classes who donate more than $1000 will be rewarded with an ice cream party! The class contest form can be found here: Give Aloha Flyer.

What is the Give Aloha Program?
Give Aloha is a dona­tion pro­gram that ben­e­fits non-profit organizations. Dur­ing the month of Sep­tem­ber, when you shop at Food­land, you can donate to Liholiho Elementary. Your donation will be partially matched by Food­land and Western Union Foundation!

Why make a Give Aloha dona­tion to Liholiho?
Donate through Give Aloha to Liholiho to retain cur­rent teach­ers, staff, pro­grams, and pro­vide your child(ren) with good edu­ca­tion and safety. Donations will help fund:

  • Part-time teach­ers
  • Curriculum support
  • Reflections art program
  • JPO and other service groups
  • May Day
  • Christmas parade
  • And so much more…

When can I donate?
You can donate to Liholiho any time you are shop­ping at Food­land between Sep­tem­ber 1st — 30th!

How do I participate?
Present your Maika‘i Card at any Food­land check­out or cus­tomer ser­vice desk and tell the cashier that you would like to make a dona­tion (cash, check, charge or debit card) of up to $249 to Liholiho Ele­men­tary School, Orga­ni­za­tion Code #77919. If you don’t have a Maika‘i card, sim­ply give your phone num­ber to the cashier, who will process your dona­tion and arrange to have one pro­vided for you later.

ASK THE CASHIER TO GIVE YOU TWO RECEIPTS that will include the amount you donated to Liholiho School. Keep the orig­i­nal receipt for tax deduc­tion pur­poses and attach the other copy of the receipt to the class dona­tion form. Your child’s class will get credit for every receipt attached when the form is returned to the home­room teacher or school office.

Am I the only per­son who can make dona­tions on behalf of our family?
No, your rel­a­tives, friends, or neigh­bors can also donate to Liholiho School when they shop at Food­land. They should give you the copy of their receipt, which you can attach to your child’s class donation form and have your child get credit for the donation.

Sep 152017

Hello Liholiho Ohana,

The Give Aloha program is going on now through Sept 30! You can donate to Liholiho at Foodland, and a portion of your donation will be matched by Foodland and Western Union Foundation!

So far we have raised $659! Thank you so much to those who have already donated!

Don’t forget to turn in a copy of your receipt along with the class contest form to your child’s teacher or school office. That way we can track class totals. Top 3 classes who donate more than $1000 will win an ice cream party!

For the Give Aloha donation instructions and class contest form, please click on the following:

Use your Maikai card and donate to Liholiho. Foodland/Western Union will match a portion of the donation! Through the month of Sept.

Sep 092017

Flyers included in Thursday’s folder were:

  • Evacuation Drill Form, due on Monday Sept 18
  • Habits of Mind Survey, due on Friday Sept 15

Click below for a list of the 16 Habits of Mind. There are also some great Habits of Mind Videos in available in Google Classroom. You can log in to Google Classroom using your child’s account. Ask your child for his/her username and password.

Habits Of Mind Chart

If you have any questions, please email

Sep 062017

Hello Liholiho Ohana,

Please see below Give Aloha video:

Throughout the month of September, use your Maika`i Card at Foodland to donate up to $249 to Liholiho Elementary. Foodland and Western Union Foundation will match a portion of your donation making your dollar stretch farther! For more information please see the Give Aloha flyer.

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