News and Announcements

Kapolei Elementary Canned Goods and Clothing Drive

Kapolei Elementary Cares and are dedicated to being community contributors. To assist families in our community that continue to struggle, we are conducting a Canned Goods and Clothing Drive. The drive runs from November 1 until November 16. We are looking for clean, gently used clothing for adults and children. We are also seeking donations for canned goods. Please bring your donations to your child's classroom by November 16. The donations will be collected and delivered to St. Jude's church for distribution to nearby needy families.
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Safety for the Upcoming Holiday

If you plan on bringing treats for the upcoming holiday, please remember the following . . .
1. Kapolei Elementary is a PEANUT FREE school.
2. We have students who are highly allergic to peanuts and products with peanuts.
3. DO NOT send peanut products to school (treats/candies with peanut butter or nuts).
4. Other options for treats: pencils, erasers, stickers, bookmarkers, or donate a book in your child's name.
Thank you for keeping all of our students safe!
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Kapolei Elementary School Kine Cookies Pick Up Thursday, November 1

Kapolei Elementary School Kine Cookies Pick Up
Don't forget . . . TICKETS NEEDED TO PICK UP COOKIES
Pick up Date is Thursday, November 1 from 2:00 - 6:00 p.m. in the Kapolei Elementary School Cafeteria.

Believe Fundraiser Shipment Delayed. Expected date of arrival 2 weeks. If you placed an order, you will be notified. Call 693-7000 ext. 262 or 311 for more information. We apologize for the inconvenience.
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National Child Passenger Safety Week September 16-22

The Driver Education Program (DEP) and Honolulu Police Department (HPD), in cooperation with police departments across the state, are partnering with the State Department of Transportation to promote the 2012 National Child Passenger Safety Week, which has been designated as September 16-22, 2012. Nationally, motor vehicle crashes continue to be the leading cause of death for children aged 3 to 6 and 8 to 14 years of age. A “Birth to Boosters” brochure is enclosed for more information.

During National Child Passenger Safety Week, police officers will be randomly stationed at public elementary schools throughout the state during drop-off and pick-up times to ensure that children are properly restrained. They will be prepared to answer any questions regarding Hawaii’s child restraint laws and cite violations if necessary.
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