News and Announcements


To accommodate our State Testing Schedule the following changes have been made to our dismissal times. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 2018 - DISMISSAL @ 2:39 PM. FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 2018 - DISMISSAL @ 1:44 PM. The school buses have been notified of these changes.
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Yearbooks are selling fast, and we have a limited number left. The yearbook staff will take orders until April 27, or until books sell out. Pick up an order form in the SG room, the school office, or click here to download a form.
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Our annual Aloha Aina Recycling Drive will be held on Saturday, May 12, 9:00am to 12:00pm. For more information click on this headline
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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.
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Camp Innovation is a 5 day, 4 hour per day experience in which students design, build and test various technology applications including electric circuits and robotics. Students will be introduced to programming and robotics as tools in solving problems and challenges using VEX robotics kits, as well as their very own take home Edison v2.0 robots which introduce student to the concept of basic programming using onboard sensors. The dates for this camp will be July 17 to July 21. Click this headline for more information and the registration form. You may also contact Mr. Arakaki at
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Dear Moanalua Middle School Families:

Over the morning bulletin this week, your child has received reminders about acceptable outerwear, which includes acceptable colors. Our school’s uniform policy has not changed. The purpose of this notification is to remind families of acceptable outerwear.
School uniform shirts must be worn with all outerwear.
Uniform jackets, sweatshirts, and long-sleeved shirts with the school’s logo are available from the school’s uniform vendor.
Outerwear not purchased from the school’s uniform vendor must be an approved color.
Approved outerwear colors are solid ROYAL, NAVY, or DENIM BLUE, WHITE, and GRAY (NOT DARK GRAY).
Visible logo patches, insignias, or brand names must not be larger than ONE INCH.

The enforcement of approved outerwear starts Tuesday, March 27, 2018.

Click on this headline to view approved colors.
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Act 262 requires the development and implementation of concussion monitoring and education program for school athletics and youth athletic activities. It also requires school athletics to administer concussion testing to student athletes (ages 9-18), and implementing a concussion awareness program for youth athletics. 

To fulfill this requirement, the Hawaii Concussion Awareness and Management Program (HCAMP) provides Hawaii's physically active community and medical sector with evidence-based research education, support, and resources to manage concussions via an online concussion education tool.

It is required all school administrators, coaches, and parents/guardians/caregivers of student athletes complete this online program annually.

Please have all parties complete the online program prior to the start of the soccer and track seasons. Please remind all to input person's name, student's name, school, and sport before leaving website. Click on this headline to be directed to the online program
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