Time for Spring Cleaning!
Don't stuff our landfills by just throwing away those things you don't need or use anymore. Check the list below and bring these items down to our Moanalua Community Aloha 'Aina. Convenient drop off in the Moanalua Middle School parking lot beginning at 9 a.m.
Scrap Metal: file cabinets, rain gutters, bicycles, cookware, fire extinguishers, heat pumps, propane tanks, appliances
• Paper: newspaper, corrugated cardboard
• Batteries: automotive, alkali, Ni-Cad, Li-ion
• large Electronics: TVs, computers, printers, scanners, monitors • small Electronics: cell phones, digital cameras,game systems & cartridges, DVDs & CDs
• Ink & toner cartridges
• HI-5 beverage containers: aluminum cans, glass bottles & jars #1 & #2 plastics
• used cooking oil
• gently used Clothing & accessories
• usable Household items: dishes, small appliances, books, toys
• Eyeglasses & hearing aids
• Papers & Documents (to be shredded off-site at Goodwill)
We have not been able to secure the services of all types of recyclers so, unfortunately, at this time we are NOT able to accept the following items for recycling:
• motor oil • tires
• paint • flammable / toxic liquids (pesticides)
We are proud to announce our new uniform vendor, Kula Threads by New Creations. They have over 17 years of experience in providing custom uniform services to Hawaii schools. Moanalua Middle School uniforms may now be purchased online by visiting the Kula Threads website: https://www.kulathreads.com or you can click this headline which is a direct link.
Available are two ordering windows:
Orders placed before May 8, PickUp @ MMS on May 20
Orders placed between May 22 and July 9, PickUp @ Program Pick-Up July 26 & 27
Attached is a list of students who RSVPd for Mustang Awards Night on May 3rd. Only students who RSVPd that they are coming will be announced at the awards ceremony. The deadline to order dinner was April 21, but students may still RSVP for the awards ceremony only (no dinner) until April 28. We would like all the awardees to come and be recognized for their accomplishments.
To accommodate scheduling of our Hawaii State Smarter Balance Assessments (SBA) and year-end student activities, the following are changes to our dismissal times:
Wednesday, April 26 - 2:39 p.m. Dismissal
Friday, April 28 - 1:44 p.m. Dismissal
Wednesday, May 3 - 2:39 p.m. Dismissal
Friday, May 5 - 1:44 p.m. Dismissal
Wednesday, May 24 - 2:39 p.m. Dismissal
Friday, May 26, Last Day of School - 1:44 p.m. Dismissal
Please click on this headline to see the letter sent home with students on Thursday, April 20.
The deadline to submit photo orders to the SG room was Monday, April 24. Please do not submit any more orders to Mrs. Villa; she will return orders to the student's Advisory teacher. HOWEVER, students may still mail their orders directly to
Portraits of Hawaii
46-005 Kawa Street
Kaneohe, HI 96744
If paying by credit or debit card, parents may also phone in the order. The phone number is 236-0063.
Mustang Awards Night (MAN) is a school event to recognize students for their academic and co-curricular achievements. This year's event is on Wednesday, May 3, 2017, from 6:30 - 8:45 PM in the school cafe. Award notification letters will be sent home throughout next week, April 10 - 13. If your child has been earning high grades - even in just one subject - or making the Honor Roll lists, please ask him/her if they received an award letter. We would love for parents to attend this event and share in the recognition of your child's hard work. Students must RSVP and families may order dinner for that evening. The deadline to RSVP and order dinner is Friday, April 21. We will announce awards only for those students who RSVP that they are attending. Please come and be recognized!
On Thursday, April 6th, Principal Guevara sent home a letter to all students regarding the importance of abiding by all school rules and expectations of good behavior for the remainder of the year. Please click on this link for a copy of that letter.
The Moanalua Middle School 2017 Summer Enrichment Program will be held from June 2 - 30. Please click this headline for more information on the courses as well as the application form. Application Forms are also available in our front office. We will be accepting completed application forms starting April 10, 2017, Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 4:00pm, in our Administration Building.
(1) Our office will NOT accept any applications before April 10, 2017.
(2) Although school uniforms will not be required for the Summer Program, students shall follow the Standard Dress Code Policy found in the Uniform Policy located in the STUDENTS tab.
(3) If you have any questions, please call the Summer School Director, Mr. Greg Nakata at (808) 305-1338 or email email@example.com
The Native Hawaiian Summer Assistance Program (NHSSAP) is a collaboration between ALILIKE, Inc. & Kamehameha Schools (as the funder). This competitive program provides summer school tuition scholarships to qualified students who will attend a Hawaii DOE /Public Charter or private summer school statewide excluding all Kamehameha Schools Campuses. For more information click on this link.