Service Groups & Activities
Service Groups & Activities
Welcome! If you want to join a service group, please inquire with the advisor for that group. Applications are taken in 4th quarter for the next school year in most service groups. If you are new to the school, please see the advisor.
Students can participate in a service group or activity from grades 3-5. The student extra-curricular organizations offer leadership, enrichment and teamwork opportunities beyond the classroom curriculum. Once a student opts to join or is selected for participation, students are expected to remain committed to the program for the entire school year. If a student is not being a responsible learner, effective team member or study habits are faltering, continuance in a program may end. Please click on a service group or activity to find out more information.
Teachers volunteer their own time to coach and advise these groups. We are looking for parent or community volunteers to co-chair these groups in order to lighten the teacher's load and maintain these quality programs. Please inquire at the office if interested.
Book-Keepers, or Junior Literacy Assistants, are made up of students in Grades 4 & 5. Those who are interested and qualify, apply for this position and are trained to help out in the Literacy Center during recess. Book-Keepers assist students and sort books as well as carry out other numerous duties. They also meet monthly to work on various projects related to our Literacy Center.
Advisor: Miss Matsumura
JPO: Junior Police Officers
Haha`ione School's Junior Police Officers are organized through the assistance of the Honolulu Police Department. Students must qualify to be a JPO. Approximately 40 students in the 3rd-5th grades assume various duties as traffic safety monitors. Pending student pedestrian traffic, groups will be stationed on Pepeekeo Street and Ainapo Street at 7:45 a.m. and again at 2:15 p.m. (12:30 p.m., Wednesday) for 15 minutes to assist with students crossing.
Advisors: Mrs. Mendonca & Mrs. Heberle
Conflict is a natural part of life, but how we choose to resolve conflict is learned. Peer mediators are trained 4th and 5th graders who volunteer to provide services during recesses to resolve conflicts. Disputants may choose mediation as a way to resolve any disagreements. The four-step process includes introducing the disputants, peer mediators and general ground rules; identifying the problem; finding a fair solution; wrapping up. This process is facilitated by a team of two peer mediators who help resolve problems as they occur on the playground.
Advisor: Ms. Heberle
Hahaione School’s Speech Team consists of students in grades 3-5. Students are welcome to tryout and work with our teacher mentors during the spring semester. Poetry or short stories are practiced and performed individually or in groups. These students are committed to working and meeting regularly outside of the school day. Our speech team has the opportunity to represent our school in the annual Chevron Honolulu District Speech Festival held in May.
Advisor: Ms. Tsuruda & Mrs. Matsumura
Welcome to the Hahaione Elementary School Student Council! Our Student Council consists of 6 elected Officers and 2 Classroom Representatives from each of the 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade classrooms. The 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade classroom representatives are also responsible for reporting back to lower grade classrooms.
The Student Council plans activities for the school to promote school spirit and to provide school and community service.
Advisor: Ms. Shigeta, Room H-101