Registration for Summer Program starts today! Our program is open to current MWES Students entering Grades 1-5. Students will be able to participate in 2 high interest sessions with a focus on Guided Reading. Please be on the look out for the registration form in your child's homework folder. Registration is on a first come first serve basis. Hope to see you this summer!
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Mililani Waena students in grades 3 to 5 will take the Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBA) over a two week period from April 17 - 27. This statewide assessment will be taken in small parts before first recess for reading and math. We encourage kids to get a good night's sleep, eat breakfast, and try their best. The SBA measures college and career readiness in regard to the academic math and reading standards.
The lunch menu continues to evolve with locally grown and produced food items. On March 29th, students were served kalua pig cooked in an imu at Mililani High School. This is all part of the farm to table initiative endorsed by the Hawaii Department of Education.
Our annual recycling drive will take place on Saturday, May 5th from 9 AM to 12 PM in our parking lot. Items accepted include electronics (t.v.s, computers, printers, cell phones, cameras), reusable clothing, aluminum cans/plastic bottles, used cooking oil, and batteries. We also take scrap metal including bicycles and appliances. Proceeds will go directly to Mililani Waena.
Students will receive their third quarter report cards on Friday, April 6th.
On March 2nd, Fifth graders Lauren Takemoto and Portia Chibana submitted their STEM project on easy farming for schools to the Leilehua Complex Science Fair. We are pleased to announce the judges awarded them 2nd Place! Lauren and Portia grew green onions and lettuce using an aquaponics methodology that included tilapia, comets, and UV lighting. We are very proud of them! A special thank you to advisors Sherri Koide and Nolan Uyeda for their expert guidance.
Mililani Waena practices a variety of emergency preparedness drills. such as shelter-in-place, lockdown, and evacuations. On Friday, February 23, we walked to our designated off campus evacuation area.
Fifth grader Camryn Kunihisa and 4th grader Ainsley Coullahan make Midweek news!
Please read the new changes to lunch accounting.