News and Announcements

School Picture Taking on November 23, 24, 25

Students can take their school picture on November 23 and 24 in the library. Students on the 100% Online Only track shall come on November 25. For Blended Learning students, be on the lookout for a picture taking form from your child's teacher.

You can also order online at:

Social distancing procedures will be enforced during picture taking.

Special procedures coming soon ff your child is on the 100% online only track and you want your child to have a school picture.
Read More »

Updated School Pick Up Times (for Blended Learning Students)

Starting the week of November 16, all blended learning students will come to school for a full day based on their Group A or B rotation. Please adhere to the staggered pick up time in order to support traffic flow and social distancing. Kindergarten to grade 2 shall be picked up starting at 1:20 p.m. Grades 3 to 5 shall be picked up at 1:45 p.m. If you have lower and upper grade children to pick up, you may come at either the 1:20 or 1:45 pick up time. Pick up locations are via car at the front curb or walk-ins at the front gate and back gate by the basketball courts. If your child comes to school daily, please follow the pick up time arranged with your teacher.
Read More »

Paying for School Lunch Online

Go to to deposit money into your child's lunch account online. There is a small fee. In the registration, select Hawaii as your District. Then, enter your child's Student ID number. If don't have the Student ID number, it's located on your child's report card. You can also deposit lunch money at the front office.
Read More »

Return to Campus Information

Aloha! Please open this information header to view the latest information on the return to campus schedule. Kindergarten, Grade 1 and Grade 2 return to campus on a rotation basis starting October 26.
Read More »

2020 Mililani Waena Q1 "Go the Distance Assembly

Mililani Waena proudly presents the 2020 Quarter 1 "Go the Distance" Virtual Assembly! Join us as we celebrate students who demonstrated the Hawaii General Learner Outcomes along with scenes and sketches of our school community. We would like to acknowledge our hardworking staff, our TRRFCC students, and our patient and ever caring families. Your support has empowered us on our learning journey!
Read More »
RSS Feed