A great big Mahalo to all that came out to our very first Aloha Friday Fun Event. We hope you enjoyed the ono-licious food and awesome entertainment. Stay tuned...we may plan another one soon! Special thanks goes out to our PCNC Coordinator LeeAnn LaFortune whose vision for one of these events finally came true due to her hard work in organizing everything. Mahalo Aunty LeeAnn!
The following orders were delivered on 9/13. If you should have further questions or concerns about your orders, please call Kula Threads at 847-6600.
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Students will be given their Mid Quarter Progress Reports on Thursday, Sept. 12. Parent/Guardians can always login to their child's JupiterGrades account to see a more detailed explanation of their grade.
Our PTO fundraiser ended on Friday, September 6. Please turn in all envelopes with payment and any unused tickets to your Advisory teacher. Mahalo for your support in our first fundraising event of the school year.
To keep their costs down, Kula Threads does not keep a stock of jackets on hand. Ordering items requiring embroidery are done during a certain window which is now until Sept. 20. If your are interested in ordering jackets, please visit Kula Threads website. These orders will be delivered to the school in October. Please direct all questions regarding uniform ordering to Kula Threads at 847-6600.
For safety reasons, all visitors must check in at the office. Our security attendants are instructed to stop anyone on our campus that does not have a Visitor ID Badge and direct them to the front office. NO ONE is allowed to go to directly to any teacher's classroom without prior arrangements with Administration.
We have taken off the "Send Email" button on our Staff Directory. Someone was using these buttons for "phishing" purposes. If you wish to contact a Staff member, please use the CONTACT US tab on the top right. Please indicate the Staff member's name that you wish the message to sent too. Sorry for any inconvenience.
If your child is NOT in a school sponsored program meeting after school, tutoring with a teacher or attending Complete Child Care program, please pick up you child within a half-an hour (30 minutes) after the last bell rings for the day. Click on this headline to see the complete memo sent home with students on Monday, January 14.
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.
Aloha. We understand that the drive in the morning to drop off your child or afternoon pick up has become a difficult, more time-consuming task, and we would like to offer a few suggestions to help parents and students get in and out of school simpler, faster, and safer. Please click on this headline to access maps for the following options:
Alternate Route to East/West bound entrance to Moanalua Freeway via Jarrett White
Alternate Route East/West bound entrance to Moanalua Freeway via Ala Mahamoe
Thank you very much for considering these traffic options and for your continued support. Together, we can make Moanalua Middle School a safer place for everyone.
Wayne Guevara, Principal
We, the people of the Moanalua Middle School learning community, are COMMITTED to EXCELLENCE. Building on the strengths and diversity of our community, we work together to meet ALL challenges so every student experiences success in learning and contributes to our community.