Attending the Mililani Carnival? Why not park at Mililani Waena to avoid the traffic? Just $5. The carnival will take place on February 16 - 18. The Mililani HS JROTC will be monitoring the lot.
We have no school on February 12 due to Teacher Institute Day. Teachers will be attending workshops with the Hawaii State Teacher Association. There is no school on February 19 due to the President's Day holiday.
Please read the new changes to lunch accounting.
Here are highlights from Quarter 2 and importance announcements. Click on the link to view the bulletin: https://goo.gl/sFYfSL. Or, open up this announcement header to view it in PDF format.
Grade 2 produced a video to illustrate the importance of being Trustworthy, one of the Six Pillars of Character. Open this header to view the video or go to the link: https://vimeo.com/236961887
New office hours coming soon. Starting October 16, the office will open at 7:00 AM and close at 3:30 PM. The office will remain open during the Fall Break.
The A+ After-School Program rate has increased to $110 per month. The program starts immediately after the close of the school day at the Mililani Waena. After free play/snack, children participate in enrichment, physical development/coordination activities and are given time to complete homework. Register your child for A+ by picking up an registration from at the office.
Firearms such as BB guns, air guns, Nerf guns, and paintball guns are strictly prohibited in school and do not belong in your child's backpack, on the school bus, and/or any other school-related activities Should your child bring a firearm to school, he/she will be removed from attending school for not less than one calendar year. Only by the Superintendent's review on a case-by-case basis, can the length of this dismissal be modified. To read the Chapter 19 policy on discipline, go to this link: https://goo.gl/6RHPek.
You can now download our school app in the Apple and Android App stores. Access the latest school news and check up on class assignments and photos.
All Hawaii public schools are required to be accredited from the Western Association Schools & Colleges (WASC). Mililani Waena is currently conducting a self-study to analyze the quality of its curricular experiences for students. In the Fall of 2017, we will host information sessions with parents and community members to gather more feedback on our school curriculum and programs. In the spring of 2018, a team of educators representing WASC will conduct a site visit. At the conclusion of the site visit, the WASC visiting team will make school wide recommendations which includes an accreditation status.