On December 19th, the whole school had a performance. The 6th graders were the first to perform. Then the 4th graders, the 2nd graders, 5th graders, 3rd graders, kindergarten and preschool, and lastly the 1st graders. Thanks to all of the support of the parents and teachers, this performance would have not happened. Out of all of the songs that they sang, my favorite was the 1st graders one, "Naughty or Nice. "
The end of the year celebration was a blast even though it was rainy. The best part was playing the carnival games. No one could dunk Mr. N in our group.
Field Day was fun. Preschool did a windmill run. Kindergarten did three legged race. First did a leaking water cup race. Second did a ball toss. Third balanced an eraser on a stick. Forth had to suck up pennies with a straw. Fifth did jumping jacks and had to do jump rope. Sixth had to spin around on a bat, hop like a rabbit, and then do a crab walk back. The teacher had a balloon toss at the end. The blue team won the most points. I can't wait for next year's Field Day.
The winners of the intramural basketball competition got to challenge the teachers. Who won??? The students!!! Yay, go PEACHES!
PEACHES entered 3 teams in the annual Robofest competition at Pearl City High School. Our students showed great integrity, persistence, sportsmanship, and they represented PEACHES well. PEACHES Bots took 1st place in Robo Hit Game and PEACHES Fire took 2nd in Robo Hit Game.
5th and 6th graders had a chance to try out for track. But only about 60 people made it in. After about 2 months of training, their track meet came up. A track meet is where all of the 8 schools that go up to the Pearl City High School to compete. They all met at the the Pearl City High School Track field and had fun racing against each other. A lot of people came to cheer us on! After waiting for the scores, we finally got them...we didn't win but we had fun.
By-Jamie ( aka- also in track )
Our robotics team got to battle State and Countries all over the world. At Convention center there were over 3,000 friendly students .Our PCHES TEAM got to meet different States and Countries. Some of the States and countries were Jordan, Tampa, Florida, Philippines, and many more.
The Keiki Swap Meet was at our school. Kids got to sell their old toys. They sold items like slime, Squishies, books, and clothes. They also had really yummy food. For example, you could buy nachos, corn dogs, curly fries and hamburgers. After all of that happiness, there was dessert. Shave ice, brownies, Disney characters on a cookie, and cupcakes were some of the delicious desserts that were sold.