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Each year, the Hawaiian Humane Society sponsors a few contests that are open to students. This year, one of those contests was the 2019 Mission PAWSible Contest for which students could submit artwork or creative writing pieces. Eighth grader Tejasvi submitted an original poem as her entry and was selected as the grand prize winner for the Creative Writing category! Congratulations, Tejasvi, and thank you for taking the time to enter this contest. (Click headline to see Tejasvi's poem.)
PTO is looking for donations of bottled water for our students participating in our 1st MMS Color Run next week Friday, April 26. If you able too donate water, please drop it off in our front office by Tuesday, April 23. Thank you so much.
We would love for you to help us on APRIL 26, 2019 for our 1st Annual Color Run! We look forward to an exciting and fun-filled day but we need your help! If you are willing and able to help, please click this headline to sign up. Mahalo for your Support.
Please help us support Moanalua High School's Toiletry Drive for NEXT STEP SHELTER . Have your child drop off any unused toiletries i.e. shampoo, body wash, toilet paper, toothbrushes, toothpaste, etc. to the boxes we have in our front office and library. Mahalo.
Our annual Aloha Aina Recycling Drive is on Saturday, May 4, from 9am to 12pm in our school parking lot. Please click on this headline to view all the items we will be accepting.
Please save this date! Mustang Awards Night is our annual event that recognizes our students for academic excellence and other major achievements. Each subject will recognize its top students, and there will be awards for the special Principal's Honor Roll (4.0 for three quarters) and Honor Roll (3.5 or above for three quarters). Award notification letters are being distributed between April 18 - April 23. Although a student will receive the one award notification letter, he/she may be receiving more than one award. RSVP is required, and families may also order the baked chicken dinner for this event. Parents, if you know that your son or daughter earned the GPAs for the special honor rolls, or if they won a school, district, or statewide contest, please ask him/her for the award letter. Awards will be announced only for those students who RSVP by April 26 that they will be attending. We hope that all of our awardees will come and be recognized. Thank you :)
The 8th grade Promotion Ceremony will take place on Thursday, May 30. Please click on the headline for more information.
Attention all 8th grade parents! By now, every student who took a promotion photo should have received an order form with his/her personal photos on it. There is no obligation to purchase a photo package. The photo that your student took will be used on his/her promotion certificate. However, if parents DO wish to purchase a photo package, orders must be brought to Mrs. Villa no later than April 22. Orders received after that date will be returned to students to mail directly to Portraits of Hawaii. Those late orders may not be completed before the school year ends. Thank you. (Having a promotion photo does not guarantee promotion to the 9th grade. All students must still fulfill the academic requirements to be promoted.)
COURSE UPDATE (4/22/2019) - Limited enrollment for the following 8:30am - 10:30am Section: Math Enrichment. Limited enrollment for the following 10:40am - 12:30pm Sections: Japanese, Sports & Games, Language Arts & Math Enrichment. Moanalua Middle's Summer Enrichment Program will start on Tuesday, June 4, 2019 and end Tuesday, July 2, 2019. Hours will be 8:30am to 12:30pm. There will be no classes on Kamehameha Day, June 11. Please click on this headline for Course Descriptions and the following Forms: Registration, Payment and Emergency/Attendance. We will be collecting all completed forms and payment starting Monday, April 15, 7:30am in our Admin Building. If paying in cash, please bring exact amount.
Please click this headline for information on Moanalua High School's Summer School.
If your child is enrolled in grades 3-8 or 11, your child will take the Hawaii Smarter Balanced English Language Arts/Literacy and Mathematics Assessments. Students in 4th and 8th grades will also take a State Assessment in Science. MMS students were given a Parent Information Booklet regarding these state assessments. Included in the booklet are some sample questions. You can access this informational booklet online as well by clicking on this headline.