Teacher Wish List — May 2018

Hel­lo Liholi­ho Ohana,

As we enter the last month of the school year, teach­ers and staff are still in need of items. Please click below for the May Teacher Wish List and Thank You’s:

Teacher Wish List May 2018 Teacher Wish List Thank Yous May 2018

Student Dismissal Times for Wed and Fri

Alo­ha Liholi­ho Ohana,

The May Day Pro­gram will be held on Fri­day, May 4 from 8:45 — 10:00 a.m.
Please note that there will be revised dis­missal times this week. Stu­dents will be dis­missed on Wednes­day (May 2) at 2:15 p.m. and Fri­day (May 4) at 1:30 p.m..

Thank you!

Kona Ice is coming TOMORROW (Tuesday May 1)

The Kona Ice truck will be at Liholi­ho on Tues­day May 1 at 2:45 pm.

Kona Ice is coming!

Prices are:
Small — $3.00
Medi­um — $4.00
Large — $5.00

A por­tion of the pro­ceeds will be donat­ed to the Liholi­ho Lauli­ma PTA. Thank you very much for your sup­port!

For a full list of Kona Ice dates, please click here.

Thursday Folder Flyers from 4/26

Alo­ha Liholi­ho Ohana,

(Sor­ry about the pre­vi­ous post — for­got the title!)

Hope you’re hav­ing a nice week­end!

The Kona Ice Truck will be at school on Tues­day May 1 at 2:45 p.m.

Below are fly­ers that were sent home this past week.

  1. May PTA Gen­er­al Mem­ber­ship Meet­ing with 2nd Grade Per­for­mance — form is due Fri May 4th
  2. Asbestos Let­ter
  3. May Lunch Menu

May GMM Asbestos Letter
May Lunch Menu

Reminder: May Day Forms Due Tomorrow

Hel­lo Liholi­ho Ohana,

Hope you are hav­ing a great week! Just a friend­ly reminder that the fol­low­ing forms are due tomor­row — Fri­day, April 27.

May DayMay Day Lunch Permission

Thank you!

Kaimuki Middle Summer School Information

If you’re look­ing for sum­mer­time options for your soon-to-be 6th, 7th, or 8th grad­er, please see fly­er below for infor­ma­tion on Kaimu­ki Mid­dle School sum­mer school.

Kaimu­ki Mid­dle Sum­mer School

Please vis­it Liholiho.org for addi­tion­al school infor­ma­tion.
Also vis­it Google Class­room to check on your child’s online class­room activ­i­ty
G Suite sign in on a com­put­er | G Suite sign in on a phone or tablet | G Suite sign in on a NON-Chrome brows­er

Read-a-thon Results

Thank you to every­one who par­tic­i­pat­ed in this year’s Read-a-thon. Stu­dents read for a com­bined 22,395 min­utes, and raised a total of $2901.78 in pledges! We were able to sur­pass last year’s total!

The stu­dent who raised the most mon­ey over­all: Aryz K. (K, Wong)

The stu­dent who read the most min­utes: John P. (3rd, Dar­cy) — 2,445 min­utes!

Please see the attached fly­er for the rest of the win­ners. Con­grat­u­la­tions to all!

Thank you again to all par­tic­i­pants! Great job read­ing!

CPK Fundraiser Results

Thank you to every­one who came out for the CPK fundrais­er last week. It was a great turnout and $1,071.23 was raised for our school! Hope every­one enjoyed their meal and didn’t have to wait too long. We tru­ly appre­ci­ate your time and sup­port. Every bit counts and monies raised help pay for school improve­ments, pro­grams, cur­ricu­lum mate­ri­als, part-time teach­ers, spe­cial events, and more.

Maha­lo Nui Loa

May Day Program — Friday May 4

Please join us as we cel­e­brate May Day on Fri­day May 4, 8:45 a.m. Fea­tur­ing per­for­mances by each grade lev­el on the field. Hawai­ian plate lunch­es are avail­able for pre-order.

*Because per­for­mances will be on the field, there will be no field park­ing avail­able. Car­pool­ing is rec­om­mend­ed. Please kokua by NOT block­ing the 9th Ave. & Mau­naloa cor­ner. This will enable the city bus to turn the cor­ner.

*We are still in need of vol­un­teers and dona­tions of trop­i­cal flow­ers. Please see this fly­er for more details. Also, be sure to return the May Day Lunch Form to your child’s teacher. This is to indi­cate whether your child will eat in cafe­te­ria, pic­nic with fam­i­ly, leave after May Day pro­gram.

Thank you!


  1. Donate, Vol­un­teer, Order Hawai­ian Plate Lunch — due Fri, Apr 27
  2. May Day Lunch Form — due Fri, Apr 27

Thank You Once Again to the Alford’s!

At our April PTA meet­ing we were joined by 2 (or 2 and half) very spe­cial guests! Justin and Lau­ra Alford, from Wash­ing­ton state, have been rais­ing mon­ey for Liholi­ho for each of the past 4 years. This year, they raised the most mon­ey yet — $3355!

We are so for­tu­nate that Justin, all the way from Wash­ing­ton, found our lit­tle school in the mid­dle of the Pacif­ic. It was by chance that he stum­bled upon our web­site while search­ing for dis­counts for the Hapalua half-marathon. We were hold­ing a small fundrais­er for Hapalua par­tic­i­pants at the time, and he took it upon him­self to raise mon­ey for our school. We were amazed. But even more amaz­ing was that he did it again the next year, and the next, and the next! The total raised over the past 4 years is over $9000! Unbe­liev­able.

Thank you once again to Justin and Lau­ra! We are so hum­bled and floored by your gen­er­ous sup­port of our school! We wish you the very best!
-From the Stu­dents, Teach­ers, Staff, and PTA of Liholi­ho Ele­men­tary School


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