There is a mandatory meeting for parents/guardians with children attending ROOTS School in August. At least one parent or guardian must sign-in and attend the meeting. Otherwise, your child WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ATTEND ROOTS.
If your child is entering Preschool, your meeting will be held on Saturday, August 16, 2014 at 4pm.
If your child is entering Grade K-8, your meeting will be held on Saturday, August 23, 2014 at 4pm.
Please note that if you will have children in both Preschool and K-8, one parent or guardian must attend each meeting.
The meetings will be held at ROOTS School and followed by a potluck.
Please call us at 808-250-7988 if you have any questions.
Please complete the Registration Forms and submit them to the ROOTS school or mail them with your payment.
* PIZZA NIGHT *
Tues, May 27, 2014
Please join us at our fundraiser at Flatbread in Paia to raise money towards enrichment classes for next year. Flatbread will donate a percentage from each sale to ROOTS.
School families should arrive by 5 pm to give everyone ample opportunity to dine. If you prefer to order take-out instead, and pay with a credit card, we can meet you in the Chevron parking lot next door to the Paia Inn when your order is ready.
We are also looking for auction items to sell at the event. If you have something you would like to donate, please contact Kathy at school, or Velva Ribble at email@example.com.
Thank you and we hope to see everyone there!
Melita Charan was honored as Teacher of the Year at the 2014
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Peace Poetry Awards. This very special award recognizes Melita’s outstanding work as a teacher and mentor.
On stage with Melita is Mayor Arakawa, poet Ayin Adams and Peace Poem Project Coordinator, Melinda Gohn.
ROOTS fundraiser fun for the whole family!
Each year we journey up to the Kula Country Farms to spend the morning selecting pumpkins, run through the corn maze, the ‘cemetery’ and the strawberry gardens. This year the weather was exceptional, the pumpkins bright and orange and the smiles of our students were abundant!