A Successful Book Fair!!!
For Students and Parents:
Encourage students and parents to share their Fair by sending wish lists and eCards to family and friends.
• Student Wish List Directions
• How to send an eCard
• Ordering from a Teacher's Wish List
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Fall Book Fair
December 1 through December 10, 2016
Come to our book fair and make your holiday shopping a one stop place for books, or stocking stuffers. Hope to see you there!
Credit/debit cards are welcome…
Personal checks too, please make checks out to Maunaloa School
Thank you very much!
Our Scholastic Activities
Coin Challenge Winners
Ms Weiss and Mrs. Kahee's 1st and 2nd grade class came in FIRST place, bringing in over $84.00
Kumu Kaulia's Kindergarten class is our 2nd place winners who brought in over $48.00 in coins. All coins collected will be used to buy books for "Shriner's Hospital" on Oahu.
The Wishing Tree
A Wish from the "Wishing Tree".
A big supporter of the wishing tree!
Sixth grader, Genesis Gomez-Kahookano
Book Fair Profits go back to our classrooms.
Kumu Leslie's 3rd graders receive their books on 12/2/16. Thanks to all that supported our scholastic book fair this fall 2016.
Miss Moore's 4th graders receive their books on 12/2/16. Thanks to all that supported our scholastic book fair this fall 2016.
Kumu Espaniola's 6th graders receive their books on 12/2/16. Thanks to all that supported our scholastic book fair this fall 2016.
Pirate's Gold Contest
Students had 1 week to place their guests of how many pirates gold (chocolate candies) were in a pot. At the end of the week, there was a winner. And that winner is Kindergartener "Keona Lacno", CONGRATULATION KEONA, his guest was 134, the actual amount of gold was 136. Hip Hip Hooray! Prize is the entire container of pirates gold. Merry Christmas Keona.
Pencil Pull Game
Pencil pull brought in over $85.00 in change! Wow that's a lot of quarters:) So with the coin challenge, all for books donations, and pencil pull game brough a large amount to purchase books for or Charity of Choice. Thank you our Maunaloa School Keiki (s).