Aloha! An email has been sent to our ʻohana regarding how we supported our keiki and community during todayʻs challenging events. Mālama Honua is steadfast in our commitment to kapu aloha.
School Photos for Grades 6-7 tomorrow, Sept 13. Dress in the MHPCS polo. We will have extra polo shirts available during picture taking. Please do not wear green shorts/pants as they blend in with the green screen. Lastly, practice your smiles at home!
School Photos for Grades K-2 tomorrow, Sept 11. Reminders: - dress in your best dark blue MHPCS cotton shirt - no green shorts/pants - practice your smiles at home!
Middle School Open House TONIGHT, Aug 28 at Hui Malama O Ke Kai from 5-6p. Makua only. A few items that will be covered are: - Important Logistics for the Middle School - What the students will be learning this school year - Opportunities to be apart of the projects
First Makua Halawai of the year TONIGHT 8/12 at St Mattʻs (41-054 Ehukai Street) from 5:30-6:30p.
Don’t forget to pick up your kalua pig from Bobs!! Tomorrow, the 22nd is the LAST DAY!
Keiki Great Aloha Run - February 9, 2019 Support your childʻs health and Malama Honua PCS by registering your child to participate in the Keiki Great Aloha Run on February 9! $15 of your registration goes back to the school. Register before January 31st. www.greataloharun.com
In case you missed the video premier on Jan 11. Check it out TODAY! https://www.facebook.com/Kanaeokana/videos/1160837350756352/
TONIGHT 7pm Mālama Honua PCS Video Premier remember to check us out! Click here to view the trailer! https://www.facebook.com/Kanaeokana/videos/2100236306699205/
Join us on FRIDAY Jan 11 as Kanaiokana premiers a video about Mālama Honua PCS! https://www.facebook.com/Kanaeokana/videos/2100236306699205/
Happy New Year! We need your kokua! KULA CLEANING MON @ St Matts 8a Bring in supplies for Spring Semester by Jan 8: toilet paper paper towels & wipes Sign up for LUNCH TODAY
ʻAʻohe pau ka ʻike i ka hālau hoʻokahi. All knowledge is not learned in one school. This year we have continued to strengthen our connection to the ʻāina and with community partners. These unforgettable experiences provide our keiki with real life experiences grounded in ʻike kūpuna. Mahalo to all those who have supported us throughout this year. We look forward to continuing to build relationships with all of you in 2019!
MONDAY Huakaʻi to Symphony and Honolulu Hale. COVERED SHOES, HOME LUNCH, dryfit uniform shirt AND SWIM Papa K/5/6
CANCELED - OPEN HOUSE NOV 28 Tonightʻs Open House event for prospective families has been canceled. We apologize for the inconvenience. Please be sure to attend our other scheduled Open House events for more information on enrollment for school year 2019-2020. December 12 at 10:00 am January 24 at 5:00 pm February 26 at 9:00 am
Aloha Reminder: NO SCHOOL tomorrow Monday November 26- Kumu PD day. TUES Papa 3/4 going to CTAHR FRI Papa 1/2 going to Hookuaaina
Week of Gratitude: Day 7 Today we show our gratitude for the continued support of @manamaoli! Each year they provide us with multiple kumu who share with our keiki the love of mele. At many schools arts has become something that is no longer able to be offered due to funding. We are grateful for Mana Mele’s support of not only our keiki, but keiki throughout Hawaiʻi. Mahalo to all the kumu and staff for providing us with not only music and ʻukulele classes, but also opportunities to be a part of much larger and exciting projects. Mahalo nui!
Week of Gratitude: Day 5 Hanauma Bay has been a constant source of knowledge for Papa Hoku. Each year they visit to learn more about how to mālama our reef and ocean animals. Hanauma Bay is always supportive of our youngest class and provides them with the opportunity to explore our beautiful ocean. Mahalo for all you do!
Week of Gratitude: Day 6 Maunalua Fishpond Heritage Center are stewards of Kānewai, one of Honolulu’s last natural springs. Partnering with our 3rd/4th graders, haumana learn about the life giving springs which feed into Kānewai Fishpond, Paikō Lagoon Wildlife Sanctuary, and Maunalua Bay and the hana needed to preserve and protect these waters. Restoring the land by removing invasives with each visit, haumana witness the transformation of the springs and environment it impacts as native fish, wildlife, and limu regrow and return to the wahi. Mahalo MFHC for your work and commitment to our keiki.
12:30p dismissal & Student-Led Conf this week! Nov 20 6th Grade Sail Meeting @ CTEEC NO CODING Nov 21 & 28 NO SCHOOL Nov 22-23 & 26
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