Wahiawa, HI 96786
FAX: (808) 622-6529
7:00 am - 4:00 pm
(Monday - Friday)
Closed on Federal & State Holidays
Absences: (808) 305-9000
Attendance questions? ObscureTMorales
Health Room: (808) 305-9011
Transportation (Bus): (808) 622-0537
What is it?
- courtesy of Hawaii Magazine
Originating in Japan, Girls’ Day is traditionally a festival to wish for the health and well being of young girls. Although the day is celebrated differently here in Hawaii, we still like to give the girls a day all their own.
Hinamatsuri, also called Dolls’ Day or Girls’ Day, takes place every March 3 and is mostly celebrated by Hawaii families of Japanese and Okinawan descent. Early Japanese immigrants first brought the holiday to the Islands.
Following Girls’ Day tradition, elaborate dolls were given to Japanese girls upon birth, detailed with brocaded silk kimonos, fans and musical instruments. Young girls would display their dolls in arrangements up to seven tiers high. Tradition states that the display must be taken down by March 3 or the girls would not find husbands.
In Hawaii, you will find trays of hishi mochi sitting in the storefronts of Asian groceries. The diamond shaped colored rice cakes are the traditional food of Girls’ Day. Red or pink represents peach blossoms and other flowers, white signifies snow or purity and green symbolizes growth or fertility.
March 12 = last day 3rd Qtr
March 15 - 19
Classes resume on March 22 (start of 4th Qtr)
Prince Kuhio Day
Aloha and Welcome!
For the health and safety of our Ohana, all visitors to campus must report to the Front Office.
Please wear a face mask and practice social distancing protocols at all times.
On the web site:
Parents and/or students can type in their email address.
• If a student took their picture in November, the ticket # would be...
W and their 10-digit student ID number
• If a student took their picture on February 18th, the ticket # would be...
WR and their 10-digit student ID number
**The processing plant is located in Texas so they hope to have student proofs uploaded…. (weather permitting).
Ms. M. Lee (Yearbook Advisor)
Do you want a chance for your child to be in the yearbook?
- This school year has been a very unique one. We want to preserve as much as we can for our students and that includes the yearbook.
This will be a keepsake to be enjoyed for years to come.
We need your help! [with the yearbook content]
Every week we will be asking for pictures representing 4-5 different topics. You have the option to pick which topics to submit pictures for to possibly be included in the yearbook. Click—> here for the various topics.
To get started, you can download the Herff Jones eShare app OR go to hjeshare.com
Our school code is: wheelermiddle
The image file format must be .jpg or .jpeg in order to work with eShare.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email me.
Ms. M. Lee (Yearbook Advisor)ObscureMichelleLee
Quarter 3 Info - Principal's Memo
Wheeler Middle School will begin the third quarter on January 6th as a continuation of blended learning.
Monday’s, Wednesday’s, and Friday’s will be designated Synchronous Learning Days (SLDs) and Tuesday’s and Thursday’s will be Asynchronous Learning Days (ALDs).
• Quarter 3: School Calendar
We will continue to monitor COVID-19 case activity in our community and utilize the Department of Health metrics to reach our goal of returning as many students as possible to campus.
—> See the full memo here.
- Memo dated Oct. 13, 2020
To the Army Families of Hawaii:
You have in your hand a very powerful tool to aid in the receipt of federal funding to support education in Hawaii's public schools. The Federal Survey Card that your child brings home enables the schools to accurately report federally connected student enrollments. This information is critical in order to receive federal funding and additional programs and services to offset the cost of educating your child.
See full memo here.
US Army of Hawaii addresses.
See full list here.
Free Grab-and-Go meals program at 203 public schools
View this release online Click Here
View a program flyer: 2020-HIDOE-Fall-Grab-and-Go-Flyer.pdf
The Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE) Grab-and-Go school meals program will be returning for the fall semester at 203 public schools beginning on Monday, Oct. 12, through Friday, Dec. 18, to provide free meals to children ages 18 and younger. The meals are available to children regardless of whether or not they are enrolled at the distribution site, are public school students, or are eligible for the free or reduced-price lunch program.
Unlike during the summer, meal distribution will be at lunchtime only. Please contact your school for meal serving times.
Pick-ups will include one lunch for that day and one breakfast for the following, day per child. Distribution will be available Monday through Friday, excluding holidays and designated school breaks, at drive-thru lines at the campuses listed below and walk-up lines where possible. Dine-in options will not be offered.
Meals may be picked up without children present but parents and guardians must provide one of the following verification documents:
• Official letter or email from school listing child(ren) enrolled.
• Recent student report card(s).
• Attendance record(s) from parent portals of school websites.
• Birth certificate(s) of child(ren).
• Student ID card(s).
• Driver’s permit(s)/license(s) for high school students.
• State-issued identification for the child.
Social distancing is required and masks must be worn at all times. There will be no personal interaction between serving staff and the community. All meals will be placed in to-go containers. Families are encouraged to visit their nearest participating school and to not visit multiple locations to ensure schools can produce the appropriate number of meals each day. Parents may contact the school of their choice for more details. Meals at other schools not listed for the Grab-and-Go program will be distributed on normal schedules and pricing rates.
For prescribed meal modifications, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (808) 784-5500.
Breakfast hours: 7:00 am to 7:40 am
(During normal school operation.)
2020 - 2021
- Everyday academic schedule:
7:40 a.m - 2:40 p.m.
(More on 'Parents' section)
(Only Wheeler Middle School parents who have returned their Census Survey forms will be given a login account)
Access via Apple iOS or Android device app—> info here
• Parents/Student log-in (click here)
• Teacher/Staff log-in (click here)
• eMail (GAFE-Wheeler eMail)
Request an appointment to see Student Support Advisors (counselors)
(Sign in w/GAFE account required)
Principal of Wheeler Middle School, 2 Wheeler Army Air Field, Wahiawa, HI 96786