News and Announcements


No production would be complete without its behind the scenes crew, support and financial backing, but without the producer, director, screenwriter and casting director, the film wouldn't even get off the ground! Our Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) Board is much like a film production in that way. We work together to diligently insure that the MMS staff and every student get the support they need. Through financial help, input and advice, marketing and communications and school spirit events, we work to make every students experience at Moanalua Middle School the best it can be! Isn't it time for you to have a big role in your child's school experience?
It's not a full time gig. Depending on what part you play, the time required of your talents can vary from occasional special appearances, to once a week on the set, to sporadic big scenes. By clicking on this headline you will be directed to a nomination form if you should know anyone interested - please feel free to nominate yourself! For more information, please contact Principal Guevara at 305-1289.


If you were unable to come to our New Parent/Student Night or you did come and wanted to refresh you memory about all the information, please click on this headline to access our Presentation Slides.


So you were unable to come and purchase school uniforms at Program PickUp, how do you get them now? We were told by our vendor that you have two options; (1) you can order online starting Monday, July 29 and they will deliver to the school where we will pass it on to you or (2) visit their location starting Tuesday, July 30, and purchase it at their office. If you need to ask further questions, please contact our uniform vendor, Kula Threads at 847-6600. Click on this headline to be directed to their website.

PARENT PACKET for SY 2019-2020

We recently sent out the upcoming school year's Parent Packet which contains the following items: * Principal Welcome Letter * Program PickUp Information * Parent Orientation Night Flyer * MMS School Year Calendar * School Supply List * School Pictures Order Form * Etrition Meal Account Information * Bell Schedule * Uniform Policy. You could also find PDF copies of these items by clicking on this headline.


This is the final reminder to all students that they need to clear all outstanding obligations by Friday, May 24. This includes missing enrollment forms, report card envelopes, negative balances in Meal Tracker, detentions, ID fees, sports uniforms, etc. Students who still have outstanding obligations at the end of the school day will NOT be able to participate in the 8th grade Promotion or Banquet OR the 7th grade Activity Day at Dave & Busters. And it is too late to request a refund. Please take care of these responsibilities. We would like all of our eligible students participating in these events. Thank you.


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.


Attention all 8th grade parents! By now, every student who took a promotion photo should have received an order form with his/her personal photos on it. There is no obligation to purchase a photo package. The photo that your student took will be used on his/her promotion certificate. However, if parents DO wish to purchase a photo package, orders must be brought to Mrs. Villa no later than April 22. Orders received after that date will be returned to students to mail directly to Portraits of Hawaii. Those late orders may not be completed before the school year ends. Thank you. (Having a promotion photo does not guarantee promotion to the 9th grade. All students must still fulfill the academic requirements to be promoted.)


Each year, the Hawaiian Humane Society sponsors a few contests that are open to students. This year, one of those contests was the 2019 Mission PAWSible Contest for which students could submit artwork or creative writing pieces. Eighth grader Tejasvi submitted an original poem as her entry and was selected as the grand prize winner for the Creative Writing category! Congratulations, Tejasvi, and thank you for taking the time to enter this contest. (Click headline to see Tejasvi's poem.)


April is Month of the Military Child, and we at MMS would like to recognize all of our students, staff, and families who are military dependents. Across the nation, students will be wearing PURPLE to show support for our military classmates and families. MMS students are allowed to wear a purple t-shirt or polo shirt for this event. Please see the flyer for rules.
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