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May 2017 Eagle Newsletter

As we enter May, it’s an important month that honors, remembers, and
recognizes all military personnel culminating with Memorial Day. We have tremendous respect for all who serve and have served this great country of ours. On behalf of our Nimitz ‘Ohana, we extend a heartfelt “Mahalo” to you for your service and sacrifice.
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April 2017 Eagle Newsletter

April marks the nation’s “Month of the Military Child”, a time to honor and celebrate all military-connected children and youth. Everyone is encouraged to wear something “purple” on Purple UP! Day which is on Friday, April 21, 2017 as a way to show support and recognize our students for their strength, sacrifices, and continued resilience.
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March 2017 Eagle Newsletter

Aloha Nimitz ‘Ohana,
Congratulations to all of our students in Grades 3-6, who participated in the annual Radford Complex Speech Festival on Saturday, February 4, 2017 at Aliamanu Middle School. The students did a great job with their presentations. We are so proud of you! A special thanks to Mrs. Darci Muromoto, Mrs. Jan Shota, and Mrs. Jessica Osborne for taking the lead in coordinating the Speech Festival, along with the rest of our teachers from Grades 3-6 who helped prepare our students for this wonderful event.
There was a big turnout for our McTeacher’s Night on Thursday, February 16, 2017. Many of our families came, enjoyed a meal at McDonald’s, and had fun in the play area. We appreciate our awesome PCNC, Becky Roberts, who took care of all the details and made sure everything ran smoothly.
We want to thank you parents for your support of Achieve3000 by ensuring your child(ren) in Grades 2-6 complete at least one article per week at home. According to the most current Achieve3000 report, 82% of our students are using Achieve3000 outside of school hours. Research on adolescent literacy suggests that the amount of reading students do after-school hours is an accurate predicator of their in-school academic achievement.
The Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBA) testing window for Grades 3-6 will be from Monday, April 10 – Thursday, April 13, 2017 and Monday, April 24 – Friday, April 28, 2017. More information will be sent home with your child(ren).
As we come to the end of 3rd Quarter, I want to thank you for your participation and support in our many school activities. Have a fun and safe Spring Break. We will see you back on Tuesday, March 28, 2017.
Mahalo,
Marcy Kagami
Principal
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February 2017 Newsletter

Aloha Nimitz ‘Ohana,

Congratulations to our boys and girls basketball teams who participated in the Radford Complex Tournament at Radford High School on January 19-20, 2017. There were a lot of parents who came out to support our students. I would like to acknowledge our coaches, Mr. Ryan Kam, Ms. Erin Kam, and Mr. Todd Matsumoto for preparing the teams for this event. Thank you to the coaches and players for doing a fine job representing Nimitz.

Starting Tuesday, February 14, 2017, the teachers will begin preparing our 3rd - 6th graders for the Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBA) scheduled for the month of April by administering the Interim Assessments in their classes. The SBA will measure not only what students know but how well they can apply their knowledge in real-world situations. If you are interested in assisting with your child’s preparation, there is an online practice test that can be accessed through a link on the Nimitz website or directly to alohahsap.org/SMARTERBALANCED/students/.

On Thursday, February 9, 2017 our 4th graders will be participating in the Hawaii State Assessment (HSA) for Science. This test is aligned to the 4th grade science Hawaii Content and Performance Standards III (HCPSIII). It is especially important that your child gets a good night’s sleep and a healthy breakfast the morning of the assessment.

Finally, please join us for McTeacher’s Night coming up on Thursday, February 16, 2017 from 4:00 – 7:00 pm at the McDonald’s located at the Moanalua Shopping Center. Hope to see you there!

Mahalo,

Marcy Kagami
Principal
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January 2017 Eagle Newsletter

Aloha Nimitz ‘Ohana,
Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a restful break and is re-energized as we enter the 3rd Quarter.
During the Winter Break, we had a few students register at Nimitz. I would like to welcome our new families to the school. We look forward to partnering with you and encourage your active participation. If you are interested in volunteering at NES, you may contact our Parent-Community Networking Coordinator (PCNC), Becky Roberts, at 307-4430 or stop by the PCNC room located in the cafeteria.
I would like to acknowledge our Student Council advisors, Mrs. Sheri Honnaka and Mr. Todd Matsumoto along with our wonderful Student Council for planning our upcoming “Spirit Week” to be held during the week of January 30 – February 3, 2017. Here’s a sneak preview:
*Monday, January 30th – Pajama Day
*Tuesday, January 31st – Crazy Hair Day
*Wednesday, February 1st – Wacky Wednesday
*Thursday, February 2nd – Sports Day
*Friday, February 3rd – Fancy Friday
Look for the flyer with more information. This will be a fun-filled week as our
students get to show their school spirit and school pride!
Mahalo,
Marcy Kagami
Principal
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December 2016 Newsletter

Please join us on Friday, December 16 for our annual Jingle Bell Fun Run as we promote physical fitness along with school spirit.
Due to overwhelming attendance at our Winter Program, we will have two performances on Tuesday, December 20. Please see 'In the Spotlight' above.
Happy Holidays!
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School Community Council meeting

​School Community Councils are forums for exchanging ideas about how to improve student achievement among the school’s stakeholders: principals, teachers, school staff, parents, students, and community members. They help craft the school's Academic Plan and Financial Plan, which establish the goals and programs for the school, and the available resources.
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November 2016 Newsletter

November is Military Family Appreciation Month. With 99% of our student population being military dependent, I would like to acknowledge our families for their dedication and service for protecting our country’s freedom.
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October 2016 Newsletter

As we come to the end of first quarter; thank you for your active involvement in and support of our many school activities. Have a safe and enjoyable Fall Break!
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