Momilani Elementary School

Where students are caring, responsible, and self-directed learners

who positively contribute to society.

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A Fond Farewell

Graduating Class

May 31, 2019

It’s the end of the school year, and the sixth graders are graduating Momilani. They may leave, but the memories will always last and never be forgotten. The older students will transition from Elementary to intermediate. Even though many of us will be going our separate ways and going to different schools, some of us even different states, we have made friendships that will last a lifetime.

We can only hope that the rest of Momilani remembers us as an ambitious, unique, and outspoken class. By their end of year performance and dance, High Hopes and I’m On Top of the World, the 6th grade students hope that they represented their personality. These students tried their best on their final performance making a lasting...

End of Year Assembly

Hui O Momilani

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

It’s a good bet you’re hyped and waiting on the edge of your seat for the bell that signals the end of the school year. On Wednesday, May 29, the end of school assembly closed off this amazing year with awards and recognition to many beloved staff, volunteers, teachers, and students. The volunteers in the library were recognized, so if you see them, thank them for allowing us to get library books every week. Clubs and after-school activities were also acknowledged, including service clubs such as Leadership and Make A Difference (MAD). Competition teams such as JPO, Science Olympiad, and Math Team were also honored for a successful year and competition.

SCC

Friday, May 31, 2019

We made it through another year with flying colors! As the year comes to a close, we will need to elect new representatives to the SCC from the parents, community and teacher/staff. Please vote for THREE members in each area (3 for Parents, 3 for community, and 3 for teacher). Election will run until Friday, June 7 and elected representatives will be announced afterwards.

Charity Walk

Saturday, May 18, 2019

Aloha Everyone!

On behalf of the Hui O Momilani PTSO, we would like to say MAHALO NUI LOA! Thank you so much for taking time to walk with us and helping to raise $5000! All of those funds will be coming back to our school to help with our science programs in the upcoming school year.

Family Fun Night

Friday, May 10, 2019

On Friday, May 10th, at 7:00, you could hear loud, exciting sounds blasting from the cafeteria of Pearl City High School. “What was going on there?” you doubtlessly wondered. The answer was a 3 hour event that took 2 months to plan called “Family Fun Night.” People played games, at good food, and broke out of breakout...

PTSO Election Results

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Aloha Momilani Ohana!

It is with great pleasure that we announce the elected PTSO board members for the SY2019-2020!

President: Kaci de la Cruz

Vice President: Alicia Shin

Treasurer: Mel Mungfa Chung

Secretary: Lenni Oh

Best wishes to all as we welcome our new Executive Board to their new roles and look ahead to coming year!

Complex Track Meet

Friday, April 26, 2019

Track, a club where you race against other schools is one anxious, yet exhilarating event.

The Momilani Track team has been practicing for 2 months, training almost every single day of the week. Coaches Mrs. Yasui, Mr. Tashiro, Mr. Kashiwa, and Mrs. Barnett have been tirelessly training the students to be flawless in their passes and to run their heart out. In the end, the outcome was different than expected.

On Friday, April 27th, the Pearl City district raced each other...

JPO Competition

Friday, April 12, 2019

“Atten Hut!” Our Jr. Police Officers (JPOs for short) competed in a competition at C.O.R.P. to show what they have learned this year. You’ve seen them patrolling the school campus, as well as making sure everyone on the road is safe.

The coaches, Mrs. Barnett and Mrs. Hasegawa, made this team to make sure our school is safe and to teach the JPOs a way to be safe in a real life situation. They have been practicing every thursday of the week to train for the JPO competition. For the last two weeks, Mrs.Barnett...

CAS Letter to Parents

Dear Parents and Guardians,

We are committed to safeguarding the physical and emotional well-being of our students. As such, we want to inform you of the latest series of online challenges targeting youth and teens called The Momo Challenge...READ MORE

Meal Prices:

  • Breakfast: $1.10
  • Reduced Breakfast: $0.30
  • Lunch: $2.50
  • Reduced Lunch: $0.40
  • Milk Only: $0.75

Free and Reduced Meals

APPLICATION HERE

Online Lunch Payments

Power of Attorney Notice

Summer Learning Options

The following programs will be active for most of the summer, please take advantage of this access to keep students engaged in learning!

  • i-Ready Math
  • i-Ready Reading
  • Achieve 3000
  • Worldy Wise
  • Type to Learn
  • Code.org

Medication Storage

If a student needs to store/carry medication for Sever allergy, Asthma, or daily meds for ADHD etc. in school during this school year, please go to the office to get form(SH36) . Fill out the form and get approved. This form must be renewed yearly.

NO medications are allowed in school without this form.

Peanut/Nut Free School

Please remember that at Momilani we have students with severe allergies to nuts, so we are a nut free school!

Wellness Guidelines

Take a look at these wellness snack guidelines, then submit your snack idea here!

  • Calories ≤ 200
  • Total Fat ≤ 35% of total calories
  • Saturated Fat ≤ 10% of total calories
  • Trans Fat ZERO grams
  • Sodium ≤ 200 mg
  • Sugar ≤ 35% of total weight of item
  • Smart Foods Planner
  • Wellness Guidelines

PTSO Officers for SY2018-2019

  • President - Kaci de la Cruz
  • Vice President - Alicia Shin
  • Treasurer - Mel Mungfa Chung
  • Secretary - Lenni Oh

PTSO Pizza Night

PTSO Pizza Cards

Be sure to purchase your PTSO Pizza Cards for $10 and get 50% off any regular menu priced pizza. You have until August 29th to purchase your cards! All proceeds go toward funding PTSO events throughout the year. Mahalo for your support! Any questions, please email kahala_ninomiya@momilanies.k12.hi.us

Welcome Back

August 2018

The Foundation’s success relies heavily on volunteer parents to make things happen. As such, the Foundation NEEDS YOU! We welcome your getting involved with an organization that is dedicated to making your child’s experience at Momilani a rewarding one.



Next Meeting:

  • Date: TBD
  • Time: 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
  • Where: Cafeteria

Membership Registration Link

Next Meeting:

  • Date: TBD
  • Time: 4:30 pm
  • Where: Front office

Membership Registration Link

Next Meeting:

  • Date: TBD
  • Time: 7:00 am
  • Where: Momilani School Library

AGENDAS AND MINUTES

Announcements

Year Book

We will Update you on Yearbook purchases. The target for on line will be sometime In January. We will announce when the dates become available.

Student Information Privacy

Please visit http://bit.ly/FERPAHI

You may also contact this person for questions or concerns relating to non-discrimination and anti-harassment at your school:

SHARI A. DELA CUADRA

Equity Specialist (Pearl City-Waipahu Complex Area)

HIDOE Civil Rights Compliance Office

Contact Information:

(808) 629-9114

shari_dela_cuadra@notes.k12.hi.us

(revised 4/30/18)

Mailing Address:

Office of the Superintendent – Leeward District Office (Annex)

Attn: Shari A. Dela Cuadra

94-521 Farrington Highway

Waipahu, HI 96797

MS4 Water Pollution Prevention Program

Please click here for document links

Pearl City Complex Letter to Parents

February 27, 2019

Dear Parents and Guardians,

We are committed to safeguarding the physical and emotional well-being of our students. As such, we want to inform you of the latest series of online challenges targeting youth and teens called The Momo Challenge.

It is essentially "played" over a digital social media platform, where contact is initiated by searching for a phone number online and sending a message. The player then enters into a conversation that involves directions to complete challenges that can include self-harm and even suicide. There have been reports that bullies have been posing as Momo - a nightmarish character with bulging eyes and a chilling smile on platforms to bully others into harming themselves or others...READ MORE

LTP-Momo-challenge02272019.pdf