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Summer School Registration begins on April 13th!   Important Revised NO SCHOOL dates in April: Thursday, April 18 - Students REPORT TO SCHOOL,  Tuesday, April 23 - NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS

Tech Trek, Grade Level Collectors!

Tech Trek School Top Collector

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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Surfriders, Ride!

There was a record-breaking amount of entries in this years, Olelo Video Youth Exchange Competition. Our school was selected again for the "Spirit Award," for contributing the most entries. Congratulations, Rea Ramassini for winning in the Public Service Announcement category. Take a look at the award-winning video presented at the Olelo Awards Banquet.

Revised April Lunch Menu

There is no school for students on Tuesday, April 23. Attached is the revised lunch menu for April that reflects the change in the schedule.

April Lunch Menu

Breakfast Served 7:15 – 7:45 A.M.
Milk included in all meals.
Visit www.EZSchoolPay.com to make meal payments

Upcoming Dates & Times

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

MES NEWS Podcast

Our surfriders are riding their first MES NEWS podcast. A new weekly episode will be available every Monday. "Ride, Surfriders, Ride!"

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Events

"Test Success" workshop for Gr. 3-6 parents
Date: 4/18/2019, 6 PM 7 PM
Location: MES Library Bldg Computer Lab
Summer Skills Review & Yearbook Pre-order deadline: May 3, 2019
Date: 4/12/2019

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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