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PTO MIXED BAG FUNDRAISER

PTO is working with Boon Supply in this fundraiser. Catalogs were given to students or click on this headline for a direct link to online ordering. This fundraiser runs from 1/27 to 2/11. Please turn in catalog orders by Tuesday, Feb 11, please note that there is a $1 per item for shipping & handling. Any questions? Please contact Lee Ann LaFortune, lee_ann.lafortune@k12.hi.us
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BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!

Please join us for another ALOHA FRIDAY FUN! Since we had a great success at our first one in September we are bringing it back in January!
Save the Date - Friday, January 31, 5pm - 8pm in our parking lot. We will have the same vendors from last time - Tatsuo's Food Truck, Khanom Wan Churros, Hawaiian Honey Cones, Tea Girls Hawaii & Uncle Lani's Poi Mochi PLUS Munchie Machine & KC Waffle Dogs! See you there!
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BLOOD DRIVE

Moanalua Middle is partnering up with Blood Bank of Hawaii to host a blood drive on our campus. Every day someone needs blood. Donors play a vital role in the health of our community. Please join us for this blood drive on Saturday, February 1, 2020 from 8:00am to 1:00pm in our library. To make an appointment contact our PCNC Lee Ann LaFortune at 305-1354 or email lee_ann.lafortune@k12.hi.us.
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6th GRADE PARENT ORIENTATION NIGHT

You are invited to attend an orientation night for all parents of 6th graders from the Moanalua feeder schools. Topics of discussion will include: Pre-registration Information, 7th grade curriculum & elective options, student transportation, 1:1 Access Learning and Geographic Exceptions (GE). This orientation will be in our school cafeteria on Wednesday, February 5, 2020, 6:00pm - 7:30pm. Click of this headline for our informational flyer.
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SPRING REEL CAMP for GIRLS

Hawaii Women in Filmmaking in collaboration with the Department of Health and Hawaii Arts Alliance are sponsoring a REEL CAMP for Girls. Participants in this camp will learn about and make short films on how to promote Youth Mental Wellness.
The camp will be held March16-21, 2020 from 9am to 4pm. Open to ages 12 - 19. The camp is free but there is limited seating. Deadline to apply is February 1, 2020. For more information and to register click on this headline.
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***ALL VISITORS MUST CHECK IN @ THE OFFICE***

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.
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CONTACTING TEACHERS

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.
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**AFTER DISMISSAL BELL PROCEDURES**

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.
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**NO DOUBLE PARKING**

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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PLEASE CONSIDER THESE TRAFFIC ALTERNATIVES

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
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