The good thing about being a TRRFCC student is that you can show the 6 pillars wherever you are! We’d love to celebrate Character counts week with all of you. Click here for more details!
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Free Grab and Go breakfast and lunch meals for children 18 and under are available during spring break. These free meals can be picked up at Kipapa Elementary. Breakfast pick up is from 7:30 - 8:00 AM Lunch pick up is from 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM These free meals are available for children under 18. Children are not required to bring an ID. The free Grab and Go Meals begin on March 23rd. The meals are not available on Thursday, March 26th due to the Prince Kuhio holiday.
Aloha Mililani Waena Families. Here is the latest information from the Hawaii Department of Education. Schools will be closed to students until at least April 30. Traditional in-class instruction for students will be on hold. Stay tuned for information on the Department of Education's modified instructional plan.
This Friday is our annual Fitness Fun Day. We have a host of exhilarating, kid-friendly activities that gets kids moving while encouraging team-work and physical coordination. Students should wear comfortable clothing such as t-shirts, shorts, and athletic shoes. They should bring a water bottle as well and put on sunscreen. Hats are optional. If you signed up to volunteer, please report to the library by 7:45 AM.
These students earned a certificate for Academic Progress and Citizenship at our Recognition Assembly on March 11.
The Central District Science and Engineering Fair took place on Friday, February 28th with participation from our 5th grade students. Mililani Waena won first and third place in the Engineering and Design category and numerous students received special commendations for their projects from local businesses. At the Central District National History Fair on Saturday, February 29, 6 of our 16 participants qualified for state competition. Congratulations to all of our students for their outstanding work!
We are extremely proud of fifth grader Noah Banks for finishing in the top four (round 6) at the Central District Spelling Bee on February 6. In addition, fifth grader Reid Ramos made it to round 3. This is the furthest Mililani Waena students have progressed at the spelling bee.
We try our best to restock our book fair daily, but if your favorite book is not in, take a look at the online book fair! The books will be shipped right to your house!
Take a look at next year's school calendar to assist you with your planning needs.
The monthly enrollment fee for the A+ After-School Program has increased to $120 per month per child. Applicants can inquire about financial assistance based upon income level. A+ sign up packets are available in the office.