I think I got hit by Spring Fever! Sorry for the delay in letting you know about March’s RAP. We have an outstanding school that strives for high standards. We had 90% participation with 550 out of 608 students doing their RAP. We have been maintaining our record of 90% or better for this school year. Great job students and teachers! There were 12 classes with 100%. Each grade except for grade 4 was represented.
The 12 classes with 100% are:
Grade K: Room K1 (Ms. Tamashiro) and K3 (Mrs. Koide)
On behalf of the Aloha Aina Day Committee, we would like to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your time and support in participating in this year’s Aloha Aina Day! We could have not done this without your help!
We would greatly appreciate your feedback about the event, even if you feel that you played a small part in it! We are unable to be at all places at once to provide feedback, so your response will be very valuable to us!!
Please go to our online survey by clicking on: Aloha Aina Day 2015 Feedback Survey and complete by next Wednesday, April 22nd. It is a general survey and we would appreciate to even get your kids who have also volunteered or attended to fill it out too.
If you are a club or organization, we appreciate it if you could send the survey link to other parents and students who helped out or just fill it out as a group. We would like to make it as easy as possible!
This most-important committee helps generate ideas and programs to raise money for the PTO. Key fundraisers provide start up funds for programs to fund school, student group and PTO programs throughout the year. Great for the enthusiastic persons who can see that more funds bring increased opportunities for our kids!
Make the campus a safer and greener place! Past projects included planting grass in the kindergarten and courtyard areas, painting stairs, curbs and 10-squares. Join this committee to help! (Activity depends on completion of electrical work at school this year).