Give Aloha Deadline Extended through Tuesday, October 1st!

Great news!

The Foodland Give Aloha program has been extended through Tuesday, October 1st! All Foodland and Sack N Save stores will accept donations until store’s closing. If you are interested in making a donation and you haven’t had a chance to, you now have more time to do so.

Please provide our school code (78810), with your Makai’i card, in order for us to receive a matching gift. Don’t forget to ask for a duplicate copy to turn into your child’s teacher.

Thank you again for your support!

Chorus and Beginning Ukulele rehearsal schedules are posted

Hello all,

The rehearsal schedules for Chorus and Beginning Ukulele are posted in the calendar.

The schedule can be viewed here: https://kms-music.net/calendar/

  • Chorus rehearsals will begin on October 16
  • Beginning Ukulele rehearsals will begin on October 30

Please check the calendar periodically for updated and new rehearsal dates.

Have a great weekend!

Thank you!

Chorus

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Beginning Ukulele

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Final days of the Foodland Give Aloha Fundraiser!

Monday, September 30, is the last day to donate to the Foodland Give Aloha Fundraiser! Please stop by your local Foodland or Sack N Save to make your donation and providing them with our school code (78810). Don’t forget to ask for a duplicate receipt so that it can be turned into your child’s music teacher to receive credit for your donation.

The monies raised help subsidize the cost of equipment purchase and repairs, transportation costs for the students, and office supplies for the music department.

Thank you so much for your continued support!

KSW MFA featured in the Pacific Press again in their September 15th issue!

Hello all,

The Pacific Press newspaper has once again featured our KSW MFA Festival band in their September 15th issue that just came out a few days ago. There are 2 photos of the band and an article in Japanese. It also has the MFA concert photo and the photo taken with The City and County of Honolulu Council Members. The newspaper is available to purchase at Nijiya Market for $1.50. Please also look out for this edition!

Thank you!

Catalog Sale Wrap-up Reminder

Dear Kaimuki Middle School Music Department parents, the Believe! Kids Catalog fundraiser is ending shortly – the web sales close at the end of this week. Please make sure your children turn in any hard copy forms and payments to their respective teachers no later than the beginning of next week.

Also, please remember you can make matched donations at your local Foodland or Sack N Save stores through the Give Aloha program through the month of September. Bring in a copy of your receipt to your teacher with your name and period on it to credit the donation to your child’s name.

Thank you for your continued support!

Mahalo,
Derek Fujio

Kaimuki Symphonic Winds (KSW) and the Advanced Strings rehearsal schedules are posted

Good evening!

The rehearsal schedules for the Kaimuki Symphonic Winds (KSW) and the Advanced Strings are posted in the calendar.

The schedule can be viewed here: https://kms-music.net/calendar/

  • KSW rehearsals have begun on September 5th
  • Advanced Strings rehearsals will begin this friday on September 13th

Please check the calendar periodically for updated and new rehearsal dates.

Thank you!

Kaimuki Intermediate Band (KIB) and the Kaimuki Concert Band (KCB) rehearsal schedules are posted

Hi all,

The schedule for the Kaimuki Intermediate Band (KIB) and the Kaimuki Concert Band (KCB) rehearsals for September have been posted in the KMS Music calendar. Once we see how the rehearsals are working out, we will post the rest of the schedule for the semester.

  • KIB rehearsals begin today, 9/5/2019
  • KCB rehearsals begin tomorrow, 9/6/2019

The schedule can be viewed here: https://kms-music.net/calendar/

Note: The rehearsal schedule for the other groups have not been posted yet. In the meantime, please check with your child for the rehearsal times.

Thank you!

Foodland’s Give Aloha Begins Today!

Today is the first day of the Foodland Give Aloha Fundraiser!
If you would like to donate, please stop by the nearest Foodland or Sack N Save and make a donation during this month of September.

The monies raised help subsidize the cost of equipment purchase and repairs, transportation costs for student, and office supplies for the music department.

At checkout, all you have to do is say that you would like to make a donation to the Kaimuki Middle School Music Department with our school code (78810) using your Maika’i card . Don’t forget to keep your duplicate receipts and turn them in to your child’s music teacher to receive your donation acknowledgement letter from the school.

Here is a short video explaining how it works:

To learn about other ways to donate, please see here (3 ways to donate).

If you have any questions, please Contact us.

Thank you for your support!