KWON students in grades 5-8 are participating in the Bully Project this quarter. They will finish watching the award winning documentary during Hales tomorrow. The film focuses on the negative effects of bullying and the choices we can make to change that! If you have any questions regarding the movie you may visit www.thebullyproject.com or contact your child's Kumu.
For the first session of KWON's after school literacy program (offered through the PALS program), students read the non-fiction title Jacques Cousteau by Dan Yaccarino. After the group read-aloud, students were able to journal or draw a picture related to the topics available. The students enjoyed reading together and drawing/writing about their thoughts. Great job PALS' kiddos!
The KWON Library Club made up of students from grades 5-8 met today to discuss their favorite books and what they would like to get out of their time together. They will be reading The Boxcar Children this quarter! The eventual goal of the Club is to oversee the school yearbook, newspaper, and all library events. This will happen through our new PALS after school program. If you need more information about the many clubs being offered after school through PALS (including the Library Club), contact Chablis Paris at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let's go Library Club!
Uncle Dan the Math Man shared his math knowledge with a group of almost 50 KWON parents this morning. Parents enjoyed the session and many commented that they wished they knew these math strategies when they were younger! If you'd like more information about Singapore Math at KWON and to see the information that was shared today log on to http://k-play.weebly.com/ KWON's parent website. Mahalo and see you at the next Parent Coffee Hour!
FREE, LIVE, Math and Science Tutoring for students in grades K-12 is offered by the University of Hawaii at Manoa Online Learning Academy. Tutors are available from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m., M-F for Math. Science tutoring in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology is available M, T, Th from 6-9 p.m. All you need is an internet connection!
Want to log on to the KWON library website in a quick and easy way? Download a QR Reader (iPhone recommends the Scan App, Droid recommends the QR Droid App) then simply scan the QR Code here and you'll be taken straight to the mobile version of the KWON library website. It's a quick and fun way to see what students are doing in the library each week, find out about recommended apps and websites, and get updates on school happenings! So don't delay...Scan away!
Quite a few KWON students, staff, and 'ohana have been CAUGHT READING!
If you catch someone part of the KWON 'ohana reading anywhere on or off campus, send a picture to email@example.com! The picture will be posted in the CAUGHT READING bulletin board outside the library. So snap away and send those pictures in! Say Cheese!
Please welcome Mrs. Farren Real to the KWON library. She will be helping at the circulation desk for the month of August. Mahalo Mrs. Real!
Parents are welcome to volunteer at the library at any time. The KWON library needs help covering books, shelving returned items, and adding love to our area! Stop by when you can!
We started the year off right in the library! Kindergarteners learned how to line up to enter the library, first graders practiced their learning skills, and library buddies were made!
Mahalo to the members of Second City Church of Kapolei for their generous classroom supply donations! We will put them to good use!
Teachers joined in the library learning as well at our Library Jam sessions. Let's go Kumu!