AR Free Dress Day

November 26, 2014

DUE: Winterfest T-Shirt forms & monies

November 26, 2014

eSCRIP Deadline

November 26, 2014

Books to Eat Week

November 24-26, 2014

NO SCHOOL: Thanksgiving Holiday

November 27 & 28, 2014

Book Fair

December 1-5, 2014

Winter Fest

December 6, 2014

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Whole child, whole school college & career prepared. Learning academics through arts integration supported by technology.

Congratulations to 5th grader, Piper! She is the designer of our very first Winterfest T-Shirt

Pre-order your Winterfest T-Shirts today! T-Shirts will be distributed to students on Thursday, 12/4/14, just in time to sport 'em with the rest of our Pōmaika'i Ohana. Monies and forms are due by November 26th.



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PARKING REMINDERS: Please do not park in the loading zone when dropping off or picking up your child. If you need to park for any reason and need to leave your car please park in our parking lot. This will help keep morning and afternoon drop off and pick up flowing and running smoothly. Thank you!


Registered volunteers please visit, to sign for volunteer opportunities.Only registered volunteers will be able to sign up for volunteer opportunities. New volunteers can also visit, to register as a new volunteer. Once you have registered and been approved, you can sign up for volunteer opportunities. Questions? Please contact Sarah at or 873-3402 x 225.

Thank you for all of the ways you help at Pomaikai!


A group of fifth grade students put together a song for Reflections this year. They are serious about teaching the community to save the Earth.


Missed an episode of Keiki Honu News? Need help signing a part of the song? Click on over to our Keiki Honu News page to practice signing Happy (by Pharrell Williams) for our school-wide performance (date to be announced).



Mrs. Fanningʻs class studied the components of portraits and six word stories at the beginning of this year. Watch each artist use vocal traits to express his/her six word story.



The Third Graders in Mrs. Ren's class conducted observations at the Maui Ocean Center and did research to learn about how animals adapt to survive in the coral reef habitat. In collaboration with Ms. Beth, our Visual Arts Teacher, they applied their observation skills by using shape and contour drawing to create an oil pastel of their chosen fish. They also learned about light and shading to create coral and rocks. In the end students discovered that even though animals have adaptations to survive, they can't protect themselves from human activity damaging the coral reef. Their choices make an impact on their learning and the coral reef habitat.

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Mr. Dan from Honolulu Theater for Youth teaching vocabulary words in Ms. Jenson's first grade class.

Essential Question: Why put (vocab) words into our body?

Student Response: "So we can see what the word looks like."

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