Momilani Elementary School

Where students are caring, responsible, and self-directed learners who positively contribute to society.

Weekly Announcements

2022 Pearl City Christmas Parade - Sunday, Dec. 3, 2022

Nov. 29, 2022

Aloha Momilani 'Ohana,

Christmas is just around the corner and we're happy to announce that the Annual Pearl City Christmas Parade is back!

The 2022 Pearl City Christmas Parade will be held on Sunday, December 4, 2022 and will start at 4:00 p.m. at Momilani Elementary School and end at the Pearl City Shopping Center.

This year, Momilani will have three service teams marching in the parade, so please come out and support our school and community by watching the parade.

If you have any questions about the parade, please contact Mr. Barry Villamil at

We hope to see you at the parade this weekend!

Aloha and Happy Holidays!

Pearl City Christmas Toys for Tots Donation Drive

Nov. 21, 2022

Aloha Momilani 'Ohana,

The Pearl City Shopping Center, Pearl City Foundation and the Pearl City Lions are hosting a Christmas Toy Donation Drive-By event to benefit the Toys for Tots organization.

If your family is interested, you can make a child’s Christmas memorable by donating new, unwrapped toys and/or monetary donations payable to Toys for Tots.

There will be a donation box placed outside of the Momilani Office for your convenience.

The official toy drive event will be held at the Momilani Community Center on Saturday, December 3, 2022 from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. For more information, please see the attached flyer.

To make a monetary donation to the Toy Drive, please download a copy of the Donation Form by clicking on the following link:

Click here for the Toys For Tots Donation Form

Mahalo for your support! Happy Holidays!

2022 Toys for Tots Donation Flyer.pdf

Choose Love & SEL UPdates

Check back often to this section of the website for updates about our school's Social Emotional Learning Curriculum using the Choose Love Movement.

Mahalo and Aloha!

Media Club Student Articles

Photos by: Sasha H.S., Arianny M., Amaya A.

Media Club Student Article - Veterans Day Assembly

Nov. 18, 2022

Written by: Amaya A.

On November 10, 2022, Momilani Elementary held a Veterans Day assembly. Veterans Day is celebrated on November 11th, and it is a day to honor the people that served in the U.S. military and those who had died doing so. Honoring these people is our way of saying "thank you" to them, because they risked their lives in order to protect our freedom here in America. Even now, we still continue to thank them for their services.

Momilani held an assembly to honor military veterans that were related to kids in our school. We had students from Kindergarten to 6th grade who had family members recognized at the assembly. We also had 11 students helping out at the assembly from the Momilani Ambassador Program. These students were the speakers, the kids who walked with students (whose family weren’t here, but were being represented), and the kids who gave leis to the veterans.

Mrs. Wakahiro, one of the teachers who helped to prepare for the assembly stated that, "My favorite part is when everyone sings the song "I'm Proud To Be an American" together. It gives me hope that the younger generation will continue to have a sense of love for their country and appreciation of the people who bravely fought for the freedom all of us enjoy.”

Now here is some history behind Veterans Day. Veterans Day first began in 1919, as a tribute to the armistice that ended World War I in 1918. An armistice is basically a truce. It was originally named Armistice Day because of this, but the name had changed in 1954. In 1915, a poem named ‘In Flanders Field,’ was written by John McCrae, after he saw red poppies blooming throughout the scarred land. The poem was written in tribute to the fallen soldiers who died in battle, and were buried under the flowers. A couple days before the armistice, a woman named Moina Micheal also wrote a poem called ‘We Shall Keep the Faith,’ a response to the poem written previously, ‘In Flanders Field.’ She also stated that she would wear poppies as a tribute to those who died in war. This tradition still takes place today on Veterans Day, but it’s more common on Memorial Day.

We aren’t pushing you to follow these traditions, but we do appreciate it when you show your respect to those who could have possibly died trying to protect freedom here in America. You may know someone who is a U.S. soldier or used to be one. Whether you know someone or you don’t, you respect them all the same, because they all have or had the same goal, to protect America. We all should continue to show them how thankful we are and how much we appreciate whatever they did.

News & Notices Portal

Archive Links: The links below will take you to the pages on the Momilani Website for the archives of past news updates, bulletins, and notices.

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Covid Corner

Please check here often for updates, notices, and flyers from the Hawaii Dept of Ed for any updated information regarding COVID-19 for the 2022-2023 School Year. You can also visit the HIDOE website for more up-to-date information: Hawaii Dept of Ed COVID-19 Updates

HIDOE Health Hotline

HIDOE Telehealth Hotline.pdf

Updated: Jan. 14, 2021

2022 Daily Wellness Check

2022 Return to School Work and Daily Wellness Check.pdf

Please click on the arrow in the upper right corner to view the file.

Updated: Aug. 2022

Annual Legal Notices

Annual Notice of Non-Discrimination and its translations

Please click on the following link to be taken to the Annual Notice of Non-Discrimination and its translations

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Exhibit A and B - Annual Notice of Non-Discrimination and Anti Harassment_ Statement.pdf

HIDOE Equity Specialist Contact

You may also contact this person for questions or concerns relating to non-discrimination and anti-harassment at your school: Shari Dela Cuadra, Equity Specialist, Phone: (808) 629-9114, Fax: (808) 586-331,


Mailing Address: 601 Kamokila Boulevard Room 588, Kapolei, HI 96707

Notice of Language Assistance

If you have difficulty understanding English, you have the right to receive language assistance at no cost to you. Please see the attached documents for more information.

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Attachment 1_Notice_Language_Assistance.pdf

Continuous Notice of Non-Discrimination

The Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE) and its schools do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, disability, and religion. Please direct inquiries regarding HIDOE non-discrimination policies as follows:

Civil Rights Compliance Branch, Hawaii State Department of Education, P.O. Box 2360 Honolulu, HI 96804

Phone: 808-586-3322 or email