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 March 29th, Tech Trek 2019! Nominate your child for the school’s 2019-2020 Gifted & Talented Program. Spring Break: March 18-22.

Gr 5 Jr. Engineering Night

Third Grade created Valentine wishes for a community care home. 

Student Council drive for our local Food Bank!

"Spirit Award" Winners - Olelo Video Competition

Moanalua Elementary School May Day Court 2018

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Upcoming Dates & Times

Please review the following dates and times for upcoming events, early dismissal, and no school for students.

Tech Trek 2019

The MES Tech Trek Fitness Day is an all-school event to promote health and fitness while raising funds to update and maintain the school’s technology. This year’s event will take place on Friday, March 29, 2019.
Click on the link for additional information.

March Lunch Menu

If you need to make a meal payment, go to
Breakfast served 7:15-7:45 A.M.
Friendly reminder: Spring Break March 18th-22nd.

Papa Johns Pizza Fundraiser

This Tuesday, Feb. 26th. Order from any Papa John's Pizza and our 4th-grade Surfriders will receive 25% of the sales towards their upcoming field trip. Place your receipt on the attached flyer and turn in the next day.

You don't need to cook ALL DAY!

We're having a fundraising event at Panda Express - Moanalua Shopping Center on Monday, February 18th (President's Day holiday) you don't need to cook ALL DAY!!

The event starts from 10:00 am and runs through closing (10:00 pm). Please visit Panda Express and enjoy delicious food, while helping the school fundraise!


To All Moanalua Elementary School Families,
Please review and note the following dates and times for dismissal or no school for students:

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DOE Information

Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act

The Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act  (AHERA) requires the school to notify the Faculty, staff, and Parents of the presence and Asbestos-containing material in our school building. See attachment for more information.

Notice of Language Assistance

In order to comply with certain Federal and State Civil Rights laws, rules, regulations, and/or guidelines, the Hawaii State Department of Education must take affirmative steps to: (1) ensure that limited English proficient (LEP) students, also referred to as English language learners, can meaningfully participate in educational programs and services; and (2) communicate information to LEP parents in a language they can understand. See attached files for more information.

McKinney-Vento Act

Know your rights under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Improvements Act of 2001.

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