Values the dignity and worth of each individual member of the school community. Involves parents, community, staff and students in teaching and learning. Supports each individual’s academic, personal, and professional growth. Inspires life-long learning among the school community members. Opens doors to encourage and develop new ideas to meet the ever-changing needs of the students. Nurtures a positive, safe, exciting and enjoyable environment.
Aloha, parents! Advisory teachers distributed promotion tickets to participating 8th graders today, May 24. Each participating student received TWO tickets to give to their parents. Please ask your son/daughter for these tickets so you can keep them in a safe place. We are not able to replace lost tickets. Along with the tickets is a memo with important information and reminders for that day. We thank you all for adhering to the rules of the Blaisdell Concert Hall and our school. We're looking forward to a day of celebration on Wednesday, May 30.
For those students enrolled in our Summer Enrichment Program, you may pickup your class schedule starting Tuesday, May 29 in our front office. If a parent/guardian is picking up the schedule we ask that you bring a photo ID. 7th grade students currently enrolled at MMS can show their school ID to pick up their schedule.
Our school uniform vendor, Kula Threads, is open for online business for next school year. Online Pre-Orders from now until May 18th can be picked up at our cafeteria on Saturday, May 26, 9am - 12pm. Online Pre -Orders placed from May 28th to July 8th will be distributed during Program PickUp on July 25 & 26. Click this headline for more information.
The attached form for students leaving the state or attending a non-DOE school must be completed and signed by a parent /guardian in order for refunds to be processed. Please note that with the new EZ School Pay System your child(s) meal account balance will now be directly carried over to his/her next State of Hawaii DOE school.
Please be aware that refunds are made only when daily cash is being collected and deposited into school meal accounts. Since meal account deposits decline as the school year comes to an end, refunds requested at the end of the school year may be delayed - until cash is made available through deposits made into meal accounts at the beginning of the next school year (2018-2019). Additional questions regarding REFUNDS may be answered by calling the School Food Services Branch directly at (808) 733-8400.
SCHOOL MEAL ACCOUNT REFUND REQUEST forms may be downloaded by clicking this headline or picked up in the front office.
The safety of our students is of great importance and have recently noticed a number of students staying on campus beyond the school day. If your child is not in a school sponsored program meeting after school (i.e., athletics, clubs media, preforming arts, or tutorial), tutoring with a teacher or attending the Complete Child Care program, please pick up you child within a half-an hour (30 minutes) after the last bell rings for the day. Please click this headline to see the complete letter sent home with students on Tuesday (5/23).
For the last week of school, the following changes have been made to our dismissal times. WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 2018 - DISMISSAL @ 2:39 PM. THURSDAY, MAY 31, 2018 - DISMISSAL @ 1:44 PM. The school buses have been notified of these changes.
Remaining yearbooks will go on sale starting Tuesday, May 22, in the SG room on a first-come, first serve basis. The cost is $35.00 and payment must be made in cash. Please bring the exact amount since Mrs. Villa may not always have change. Students may purchase books from 8 - 8:20 AM, during morning break (except Thursday), and for 30 minutes after school when Mrs. Villa is available. Hours are posted outside the SG room.
In order to keep the lunch loans to a minimum, and to keep your child off the financial obligation list the following policy will go into effect, Monday, May 7 - Students with meal accounts in the negative balance or accounts that do not have enough funds to cover the cost of the meal, will not be served a meal.
If you are unsure of your child's meal account balance, please contact our school's office. Remember, deposits made before 10 AM are credited to your child's account the same day. Deposits after are credited the next day. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
Please look at the following News Item that has information regarding the new Meal Account Online Services with EZ School Pay.
Starting May 7, 2018, there will be a new way to make payments for your child's meals. The Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE) has contracted Harris Solutions to modernize the meal payment and monitoring. Click on this headline for the letter sent home the goes over the Features and Options of EZ School Pay.
A letter was sent home with students (5/17) informing parents about an incident that occurred near the entrance to Fort Shafter. A Moanalua High School student reported being approached and grabbed by an adult male. The safety of all our students is of the utmost importance to us. A copy of the letter with tips to stay safe can be seen by clicking on this headline.
On Thursday, April 26th, 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. We ask that parents/guardians fill out the acknowledgement section and have their child return it to their Advisory teacher. Please click on this link for a copy of that letter.
Moanalua Middle's Summer Enrichment Program will start on Tuesday, June 5, 2018 and end Tuesday, July 3, 2018. Hours will be 8:30am to 12:30pm.
Please click on this headline for more information. Registration Form and Class Descriptions are attached.
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.