Aloha Laupahoehoe / Harmony Families,
As we approach the end of the school year, we hope that your children are enjoying successful educational experiences! Can you believe that this year is almost over?
In this Touchpoint:
- Important Dates
- Re-enrollment for 2021-22
- Finishing the Year Strong
- Educational Experiences for the Summer
Here are important upcoming dates. You can also find the calendar on your parent dashboard.
Upcoming School Dates
- Last Day of School: May 28 – No late work will be accepted
- Memorial Day: May 31, Harmony offices closed
Flex Submission Dates
Here are the remaining Flex submission due dates for 2nd semester.
- May 14 [Flex Elective Submission; Kindergarten – Language Arts, Math]
Re-enrollment for 2021-22
We are excited to announce our continued partnership with Laupahoehoe CPCS for the 2021-22 school year. Re-enrollment will be open soon! Until then, you can start planning your curriculum for next year and making wish lists for resource ordering, which opens on July 1.
Most of you have already responded to LCPCS’s commitment request for 21-22. If you haven’t yet, please look for Myles’ email and fill that form out as soon as possible. We will be contacting those of you that filled it out with re-enrollment information to begin the process again!
Unfortunately, there are not many spaces open for new students. Siblings will get priority, but they might be subject to a lottery.
Finishing the Year Strong
Be sure to stay on pace with your submissions, as well as online coursework. The end of the school year is approaching fast! The last submission deadline is May 14, but we will accept submissions up until the 28. No completed work (online or worksheets) will be accepted after that date!
Contact your mentor if you have a question or issue regarding your student’s courses. Your mentor is your main point of contact at Harmony and is available to help with any issues and concerns you may be having about courses, ordering, grades, etc.
Educational Experiences for the Summer
We know this year has been a tough one in many respects. As the official school year winds down, we thought to share some no-cost resources and ideas with you to support your student’s progress through the summer months and in preparation for next year. Consider a relaxed learning schedule for the summer, for example, 30 minutes of reading and 20 minutes math 3-5x week, nature exploration or field trips 1x week, etc.
- If you have MobyMax or DreamBox, these courses will remain active until the end of June.
- Local libraries – Hawaii libraries have summer reading programs – make it a fun competition!
- Here are a list of some online resources
- Printable handouts, many subjects
- K-5 learning games
- Math Drills (printable worksheets)
- Physics games (many ages)
- Book creator
- World of Tales
- Summer activities from an OT
- Summer activities for Executive Functioning