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Waimea school thrift shop ‘Dollar-Or-Less Container Clearance Sale’

MEDIA RELEASE Waimea Elementary School Thrift Shop is bursting at the seams with generous community donations so will hold a “Dollar-Or-Less Container Clearance Sale” from 8 a.m. to noon, Sat., June 29, 2013. All items have been carefully sorted to be sure they are new or in gently used condition – no spots, no missing […]

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Kindergarten Readiness Workshop (Jan. 30)

MEDIA RELEASE North Hawaii families with children who will eligible to attend kindergarten in fall 2013 are invited to attend an open house 5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 30 at Waimea Elementary School. If your keiki is now 4 years old and will be 5 years old by Dec. 31, 2013, he or she will be […]

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Waimea Elementary thrift shop sale benefits keiki

Waimea Elementary thrift shop sale benefits keiki

MEDIA RELEASE Tucked away in the back of Waimea Elementary School’s campus – near the post office entry to the school yard – is a Thrift Shop that benefits Waimea families and the community in two ways – first by providing great prices on “gently used” and sometimes new clothing and household items, and secondly, […]

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Waimea Elementary thrift shop back-to-school sale

Waimea Elementary thrift shop back-to-school sale

MEDIA RELEASE Tucked away in the back of Waimea Elementary School’s campus – near the post office entry to the school yard – is a Thrift Shop that benefits Waimea families and the community in two ways – first by providing great prices on “gently used” and sometimes new clothing and household items, and secondly, […]

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Waimea school to experiment with testing strategy

MEDIA RELEASE No one at Waimea Middle School could have dreamed that saying ‘No’ to student furloughs and ‘Yes’ to chewing gum might be among the local decisions they would make when they voted to become the state’s first public conversion charter school back in 2003. “But these are the kinds of decisions local schools […]

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Break-ins at Waimea schools; residents asked to report rumors, suspicious activity

MEDIA RELEASE Illegal break-ins at Waimea Elementary and Middle School classrooms and cafeteria occurred two nights last week — Tuesday, Nov. 3 and Thursday, Nov. 5 — and an attempted break-in occurred Monday, Nov. 9, of the school’s Thelma Parker Memorial Gym. Some classroom items are missing and the two schools are working closely with […]

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