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Registration for our Summer Enrichment Program is closed. We are no longer accepting applications.
If you enrolled your child in our Summer Enrichment Program, you can pick up their class schedule in our front office starting on Tuesday, May 28th. Our office hours are from 7:30am to 4:00pm. Current MMS students can pick up their own class schedule.
The window to Pre-Order Online School Uniforms for next year is now open. If you order online from now until July 1, 2019, your items will be ready for pickup on our Program PickUp day in our cafeteria on July 24 & 25. Skip the long lines for purchasing uniforms at Program PickUp by pre-ordering online now. Click on this headline to be directed to Kula Threads website.
Information packets for the 8th grade promotion ceremony and banquet were given out to students on April 25. By now, students should have given these packets to their parents. Permission forms and money are due to Advisory teachers by Thursday, May 16. This is a firm deadline, so please make sure to turn this in on time. A copy of the information packet is attached. Students must clear all outstanding obligations by Friday, May 24 or they will not receive their tickets for the promotion ceremony on May 28. Please contact Mrs. Villa at 305-1311 if you have any questions.
Enrollment is now open for the 2019 Camp Innovation - Moanalua! Camp Innovation is a 5 day, 4 hour per day experience in which students design, build and test various technology applications including basic coding, and robotics. This year, students will be introduced to Snap and Python programming through programmable CoDrones, and their very own take home mini drone. They will also use VEX Robotics kits, as tools in solving problems and various challenges. Camp dates are July 16-20, 2019. Please download the attached flyer and enrollment form for more information.”
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.
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, 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.