School is starting soon at King Kaumuali’i

The first day for students attending King Kaumuali’i Elementary School will be Thursday, August 22.

Monday, August 26 is a waiver day, meaning students don’t have to attend. Teachers and staff will attend for training and workshops.

Pre-payments for school lunch will be taken at the school office, PCNC Room, for two weeks before the first day of school. Parents and guardians may drop off a payment beginning Wednesday, August 14 until Wednesday, August 21, from 7:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.

Applications for free and reduced lunches are handed out on the first day of school, but the school needs a new application each year even if they qualified the previous year.

Parents should pay a deposit of $10 for the first 10 days of lunch; if the application is approved the school will refund the $10. The full cost for breakfast is 35 cents; lunch is $1. After the prepayment period, school lunch payments are taken before school in the cafeteria, from 7:15 to 8 a.m.

Bus fares and applications are available from bus drivers; fees are also paid to the bus drivers. The fare per ride is 25 cents.

Registration for the after-school A+ Program will be on August 14, from 4:30 – 6 p.m. in the cafeteria.

Incoming kindergartners and new students should get registered as soon as possible before school begins.

A physical examination and immunizations are required. Students also need a birth certificate, passport or other legal documents.

Parents must pick up a packet of registration forms and information including immunizations, school supplies and school information. For further information, call King Kaumuali’i Elementary School at 241-3150.

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