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LUNALILO ELEMENTARY


KING WILLIAM C.

 
April Events
SBAC Testing all month for 3-5
3-No School-Good Friday
6-Reports Cards Go Home
25-Family Literacy Day - K-2

































Celebration of Malama Honua with Nainoa Thompson and Hokulea
Thank you Lunalilo School Community for joining us for a night of celebrating island wisdom, global connections and community commitments with special guest Nainoa Thompson, Hokue‘a’s Navigator and President of the Polynesian Voyaging Society. Pictures and video are soon to come!

What Malama Honua Looks Like at the School Level
The Hawaii Department Education did a piece on Lunalilo on how we have integrated Malama Honua into our curriculum and beyond. Click here to see the featured story. Our school produced video can also be seen at this link.

Lunalilo’s Birthday Celebration
To honor King William Lunalilo’s birthday and his love of poetry, Grade 4 students presented their chant and hula to help kickoff Poetry Month. This year’s theme is “Malama Honua”, to celebrate the Hokule‘a’s journey around the world. Click here to see video highlights of Grade 4’s hula.

Science Fair
Thank you parents for coming out to support the children’s science fair projects. We were pleased with the turnout and success of the science fair.

Early Act Club Thank You
The Lunalilo Early Act Club would like to extend a big "thank you" to the students, parents, staff and community for the many donations of new toys and books that we collected for Kapiolani Women's and Children's Hospital. We were able to bring them 7 large boxes of toys. This helped bring cheer to children who had to be in the hospital over the Christmas holidays.

IXL
Lunalilo has purchased a web-based Math program called IXL. This math program can be done at home on a computer or ipad. Each child has a username and password to enter their IXL account. IXL offers a multitude of math practice based on standards at your child’s grade level. Please see your child’s teacher for username and password information. Sign into IXL via this link: https://www.ixl.com/signin/lunalilo

Visitor Guidelines
Lunalilo welcomes you as a visitor to our school. However, to promote student safety, we ask that all visitors sign in at the office and receive a “visitor’s badge” before entering the campus.





Lunalilo's Mission
"Together-school, home, and community-we will provide a safe, nurturing, and challenging environment for helping each child become a well adjusted, healthy, responsible, productive citizen, critical thinker, and achiever of high standards."
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Nainoa Thompson, President of the Polynesian Voyaging Society, and crew members, Maui Tauotaha and Jenna Ishii, visited Lunalilo for a Malama Honua night of sharing.