Dear Hālau Kū Māna `Ohana,
Lā ‘Ohana are mandatory school days that are designated on the school year calendar. For each Lā ‘Ohana, the student and at least 1 family member are expected to attend. Each Lā ʻOhana takes on a theme and activities are designed around that theme. It is also an opportunity to display student work, witness hōʻike (student performance/ presentations), and engage in relevant and meaningful learning experiences.
The upcoming Lā ‘Ohana is scheduled for this Saturday, September 26, 2020 and will introduce you to your child’s project. We have set up a website which will guide you through our virtual presentations. Please find the details of our Lā ‘Ohana below.
- LINK: HKM La `Ohana
- DATE: Saturday, September 26, 2020
- TIME: 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM (*Please log in about 10 minutes prior)
|8:30 AM||All School Opening|
|8:35 AM||Greeting & Announcements from Po`o Kula Mrs. Noa|
|9:00 AM||Break-out into projects|
|10:05 AM||Aha Makua & Po`o Kula Hui|
If you have questions, please call the school office at (808) 945-1600 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mālama `oia `i`o,
Mrs. Keolani Noa
SY 2020-2021 STUDENT ENROLLMENT PACKAGE
All the forms required to enroll your student(s) are included in the following PDF:
Please download and fill out the package for each student All enrollment packets must be turned in to office in person by a parent/guardian with this yearʻs school fees for your student(s).
School fees MUST BE PAID at the time of registration. If you would prefer to email your enrollment forms and avoid the trip to the office, please ensure your fees are paid prior to sending in your forms. Fees may be paid via Credit Card using the HKM Store link: PAY SCHOOL FEES, or by calling the office at 945-1600.
Packets are due by Wednesday, July 15 2020.
Uniforms may be ordered online in the HKM Web Store, or by calling the office. Purchases will be available by 9/14/2020.
For more info, contact the office at email@example.com or (808) 945-1600.
“I maika‘i ke kalo i ka ‘ōhā.”
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