Japanese Festival お祭 OMATSURI – Charity Benefit

April 7th, 2011 by Hawaii Montessori Schools

Fundraiser For Hawai’i Montessori Schools And Its Japanese Program

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JAPANESE FESTIVAL OMASTURI will be held on Saturday, April 30th, in support of Hawai’i Montessori Schools and its Japanese Program. In this festival, all Kona Campus students will be participating in various events. It would be a wonderful experience and fun for your child, your family, and your friends. Please mark the day and enjoy Japanese culture!

NOTE: A significant portion of the proceeds from this event will also be donated to fund relief efforts for victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.

  • STUDENT’S PERFORMANCE
  • JAPANESE CALLIGRAPHY
  • JAPANESE CRAFTS
  • TEA CEREMONY
  • KIMONO SHOW
  • SILENT AUCTION
  • BAKE SALE
  • GAMES …AND MORE!

Saturday, April 30, 2011 • 9am–12pm Kona Campus
74-978 Manawale’a Street • Kailua-Kona, HI • (808) 329-0700

Free admission. Activity fees will apply. $15 pre-sale activity coupon books available at both campuses of Hawai’i Montessori Schools.

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Kona Campus Newsletter – April 2011

April 5th, 2011 by Hawaii Montessori Schools

You can download the latest Kona Campus Newsletter here:

Kona News April 2011 (1.2 MB PDF)

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Kamuela Campus Newsletter – April 2011

April 5th, 2011 by Hawaii Montessori Schools

You can download the latest Kamuela Campus Newsletter here:

Kamuela News April 2011 (2.0 MB PDF)

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Kona Campus Newsletter – March 2011

March 1st, 2011 by Hawaii Montessori Schools

You can download the latest Kona Campus Newsletter here:

Kona News March 2011 (1.4 MB PDF)

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Kamuela Campus Newsletter – March 2011

March 1st, 2011 by Hawaii Montessori Schools

You can download the latest Kamuela Campus Newsletter here:

Kamuela News March 2011 (2.1 MB PDF)

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An Invitation to the Kona Campus Open House

February 22nd, 2011 by Angeline Geldhof

Our Kona Campus will hold a Children’s Tour Open House on Tuesday, March 1st, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. for current and prospective Toddler (15–36 months) and Primary (3–6 years) students.

Families of current and prospective students between the ages of 15 months – 6 years old are invited to attend an Open House from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 1st, at 74-978 Manawale’a Street, Kailua-Kona.  Families will have an opportunity to visit classrooms, meet current families, learn about the school and its programs including financial aid opportunities, and meet faculty members and administrators.

Hawaii Montessori Schools has been part of the West Hawaii community since 1980. The school provides quality education for children ages 15 months through 6 years of age using the principles and methods of Dr. Maria Montessori. The classroom environments are well prepared and allow the children to develop at their own speed, according to each child’s own capacities in a non-competitive atmosphere. Learning takes place through the child’s own discovery and experience. Observers of Montessori students have described them as having developed self-discipline, self-knowledge, self-esteem and independence, as well as enthusiasm for learning, an organized approach to problem solving, and academic skills. Hawaii Montessori Schools – Kona Campus has been recognized on the State and Federal levels as being an excellent provider of early childhood education.

For more information, contact Maya Wheaton, Admissions Director at 329-0700 or e-mail [email protected]. To learn more about Hawaii Montessori Schools’ programs please visit our website at www.hawaiimontessori.org

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Kona Brewers Festival Golf Tournament Benefit – March 11th at the Big Island Country Club

February 10th, 2011 by Angeline Geldhof

The fifth annual Kona Brewers Fest Golf Open will swing into action at the Big Island Country Club on Friday, March 11, with a shotgun start at 9am. The charity golf tournament benefits Hawaii Montessori Schools, a set of preschools that provides children ages 15 months to 6 years a caring, safe, child-centered learning environment. It will set the pace for the 16th annual Kona Brewers Festival, presented by Sunetric, Keauhou Veterinary Hospital, First Hawaiian Bank, and Puna Geothermal Venture to be held the following day.

Golfers of all levels are welcome to play at this four-person scramble. Mulligans will be available at check-in. Through the generosity of our Golf Sponsors — Big Island Toyota, go!Airlines, Los Habaneros, Island Wide Solar and BMW — numerous prizes will be awarded, including a $5,000 purse for a hole-in-one. Cost for 18 holes of golf is $150, which includes greens fees and cart, welcome bag, continental breakfast, box lunch and awards ceremony with pupus.

To register, visit our Golf Tournament Page or call 756-0788. Mahalo!

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Kamuela Campus Newsletter – February 2011

February 1st, 2011 by Hawaii Montessori Schools

You can download the latest Kamuela Campus Newsletter here:

Kamuela News February 2011 (900 K PDF)

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Kona Campus Newsletter – February 2011

February 1st, 2011 by Hawaii Montessori Schools

You can download the latest Kona Campus Newsletter here:

Kona News February 2011 (1.4 MB PDF)

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An Invitation to the Kamuela Campus Open House

January 29th, 2011 by Angeline Geldhof

Our Kamuela Campus will hold a Children’s Tour Open House on Saturday, February 5th, 9:00 a.m. – 12 noon for current and prospective Toddler (ages 15–36 months) and Primary (ages 3–6 years) students.

Families of current and prospective students between the ages of 15 months – 6 years old are invited to attend an Open House from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, Saturday, February 5th at 64-1058 Mamalahoa Hwy, Kamuela. Families will have an opportunity to visit classrooms, meet current families, learn about the school and its programs including financial aid opportunities, and meet faculty members and administrators.

Hawaii Montessori Schools has been part of the West Hawaii community since 1980. The school provides quality education for children ages 15 months through 6 years of age using the principles and methods of Dr. Maria Montessori. The classroom environments are well prepared and allow the children to develop at their own speed, according to each child’s own capacities in a non-competitive atmosphere. Learning takes place through the child’s own discovery and experience. Observers of Montessori students have described them as having developed self-discipline, self-knowledge, self-esteem and independence, as well as enthusiasm for learning, an organized approach to problem solving, and academic skills. Hawaii Montessori Schools – Kamuela Campus has been recognized on the State and Federal levels as being an excellent provider of early childhood education.

For more information, contact Becky Watkins, Admissions Director at 885-7683 or e-mail [email protected]. To learn more about Hawaii Montessori Schools’ programs please visit our website at www.hawaiimontessori.org

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