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Change of dismissal times for Parent/Teacher Conferences, 10/21-10/28. Check out the October Newsletter for details.
All of the Royal School Ohana joined together to make our school look good. Students looked around our campus and picked up rubbish that they saw laying around. The third grade also washed a cafeteria wall to prepare it for a planned mural that they are going to paint. Everyone got to enjoy a refreshing ice-pop after all of their hard work. Let's keep Royal School beautiful! Click to see video.
Royal School received free vision screenings for all of our students, provided by Project Vision Hawaiʻi, which is a non-profit organization that aims to promote better health access for the people of Hawaiʻi. 82 students were referred to receive eye exams. Vision to Learn, a nation-wide non-profit, whose main foundation is to make sure every child has the glasses they need to succeed in school and in life, provided 4 days of eye exams through their mobile clinic. 53 of our students were able to pick out frames, and each received a FREE pair of glasses from the Vision to Learn project! Mahalo to everyone involved in helping our students. Also, thank you to our Complex Area Superintendent, Linell Dilwith, for helping to distribute glasses to our students. Click the headline to see video of this special event.
It was a Dr.Seuss themed Reading Night. The Ohana of Royal School came together for Reading Night. Students engaged in activities from creating flip books to playing fun reading games. Students played hard to earn a book to take home. Read, Read, and Read. Click to see more.
Royal School students were excited to see and listen to some of our many presenters who shared about their jobs and careers. The Kindergarten, First, and Second grades heard from someone who works at the Honolulu Zoo. They also got to walk through an ambulance and check out a fire engine. Students in grades 3, 4, and 5 listened to presenters from three different careers. These careers were News, Model, Dance Instructor, Architect, Artist, Banker, Fire Fighters, Nurse, Pilot, Police Officers, Accountant, Musician, and Forestry. Click to see more.
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- 1839 Year Establishd by King Kamehameha III
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- 1:1 Student to Computer Ratio
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