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The Moanalua High School MeneMac Program would like the middle school students to gain interest in media production so that they may continue on when they move up to the high school.
They are offering a monthly, one hour, after school session beginning Monday, September 25, 2017 from 2:45pm to 3:45pm. Students will be introduced to filming techniques and use of editing program. These sessions will be held in the library. The other scheduled dates are as follows: 10/30, 11/20, 1/29, 2/26 and 4/23. Additional work/instruction sessions will also be held by Mrs. Fu during lunch.
There is no experience required - just a positive attitude in learning how to make videos. Students can pick up the permission forms from Mrs. Fu or click this headline for a copy of the form.
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All volleyball teams - Boys, 7th Girls & 8th Girls - won their games against Wahiawa Middle this past weekend. All three teams are now 2 - 0 for the season. It was a great turn out as we hosted the games at Moanalua High School gym.
Mahalo MMS Cheerleaders and Parents for your support!
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Students will be receiving their 1st Quarter Progress Reports on Thursday, September 14th in Advisory class. We ask that Parents/Guardians sign the Progress Report envelope acknowledging that they have seen their child's grades. Students will return the signed envelope to their Advisory teacher.
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You are cordially invited to join us for a coffee hour on Thursday, September 14, 9:00 am - 10:00am in our school cafeteria. Our discussion will focus on drop-off and pick-up traffic here at Moanalua Middle School. We hope to see you there!
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New! ON-LINE ordering available from School Kine Cookies.
Click on “Shop Now” under Buy Cookies & Support a Fundraiser
Select Moanalua Middle PTO
Enter Reference Number (found on the student packet)
Top 5 Sellers Receive Gift Cards of their Choice. $250, $100 & $50 (3)
Click On This Headline to View the REWARD BOARD.
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This memo from Principal Guevara is being sent home with all students today, Tuesday, August 29.

Dear Moanalua Middle School Parents and Guardians:
This letter is to inform you about an incident that took place yesterday, Aug. 28 around 3 p.m. An adult male, possibly in his 30’s, with a black shirt and black sunglass approached a Moanalua Elementary student while they were walking to Moanalua Middle School, and asked if the student would like to go to Moanalua Gardens with him. The student declined and ran to Moanalua Middle School where they reported the incident to administrators.
The Honolulu Police Department was contacted and they are currently investigating.
The safety of your children is of the utmost importance to us. We are sending this letter to you as a precaution, and to encourage you to speak to your child regarding measures to stay safe, specifically about “stranger danger.”
As an added precaution, please reinforce with your child the following safety measures:
*Stay away from strangers, do not talk to or take anything from them.
*Don’t go anywhere with someone you don’t know. Never accept a ride from a stranger.
*Stay more than an arm’s reach from strangers. If a stranger approaches you, seek help immediately from a trusted adult.
*Use the buddy system; avoid walking anywhere alone.
*If a stranger grabs you, do whatever it takes to stop the stranger, yell for help.
*Report any suspicious activity to a trusted adult.
*Be alert of your surroundings and let others know where you will be and what time you will be back.
*No one, even if it’s someone you know, should make you feel uncomfortable. If an incident happens, tell a trusted adult right away.
We appreciate your help as we work together to keep all of our students safe. If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to call our office at (808) 305-1289.
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For safety reasons, please do not double park in our school parking lot or block our entrance and exit driveways. Cones are placed to remind everyone not to block any parked cars in marked stalls and to provide a clear path for our school buses and emergency vehicles. You are welcome to park in the visitor stalls or any open non-reserved stalls in our lot. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.
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