The Heart of Haleʻiwa
February 11, 2022 Volume II Issue XII
In this Issue...
- Save the date: Tie Dye Twos Days
- National School Counselor Week
- Haleʻiwa ESSENCE Week pictures
- Preschool: Chinese New Year
- EOEL: Butterfly's Life Cycle
- Kindergarten: 100th Day
- 1st Grade: One Word & Leaf Rubbings
- 2nd Grade: Butterflies & Grass Heads
- Third Grade Writing Club: Finish the Story
- Literacy Corner: Read Aloud Winner
- School Quality Survey link
We love our Counselors! Happy National School Counselor Week!
My words of wisdom are:
"Education is the most powerful weapon you can choose to change the world." -Nelson Mandela
I have been so fortunate to be at Haleʻiwa Elementary School for 4 years now as the school counselor. Some of my school counseling duties and responsibilities include creating SEL lessons, teaching SEL lessons to all our classes, individual and group counseling support, and of course supporting our amazing teachers. Being a school counselor allows me to be part of making a positive impact on our students' accomplishments and successes. My absolute favorite thing about being a school counselor at Haleiwa Elementary School is that I am able to work with every single student on campus through teaching social emotional learning. I am very blessed to have a 7 year old daughter and a 5 year old son who always keep me on my toes. My family enjoys going to the beach, watching movies, and going to Fun Factory.
My words of wisdom that I try my best to live by are:
"It's one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself, to forgive." "Forgive everybody." By: Maya Angelou
Haleʻiwa ESSENCE Week!
Preschool: Chinese New Year
by Mrs. Candy
EOEL: Butterfly Cycle
by Mrs. Angelica
Kindergarten: 100th Day
by Ms. Brooks
First Grade: One Word
by Mrs. Lee
Second Grade: Butterflies
by Ms. Onek
Second Grade: Grass Heads
by Mrs. Kauffman
Third Grade Writing Club: Finish the Story
Jocelyn Riggen: “Kitty to the Rescue”
Kari started thinking. Then she saw her cats through the window. She got an idea.
“Kitty, come here!” Kari yelled.
“What are you doing?” Kolbi said. The cats ran up to the door. They jumped and put their paws on the handle.
“Swish!” the door swung open. Kari and Kolbi ran through the door.
“YAY!” Kari and Kolbi yelled.
“We better get to work,” said Kari.
William Simpson: “The Locked-Out Kids”
Kolbi said, “Let's go to the front of the house.”
“Ok,” said Kari.
So they rushed to the front of the house and they tried to open the windows but they didn’t budge.
“What do we do?” said Kolbi.
“We're doomed!” said Kari.
“Wait, remember last time we were locked out of the house,” said Kolbi.
“Oh yeah. There's an extra key under the doormat,” said Kari.
They flipped over the doormat and got the key.
“Phew! I thought we were done for,” said Kari.
“Finally, we can go inside and feed the cat,” said Kolbi.