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Our Mission, Vision, & Values

Mission
To emphasize hands-on learning and academic success where every student is known, valued, and loved using community partnerships and resources while instilling traditional cultural values.

Vision
Families, staff and community working together to graduate successful learners who are job, school, and life-ready.

Values
‘O Hawai‘i ke kahua o ka ho‘ona‘auao.
Hawai‘i is the foundation of our learning.

Learn more about our mission, vision and values here.


Aloha Seasider ‘Ohana,

We are getting ready for our upcoming Virtual Scholastic Book Fair from November 30 – December 13, 2021. 

It’s the season for reading and our goal is to bring the magic of books to our students and families. We hope to inspire creativity and imagination in everyone with each page turned.

You may access our Virtual Scholastic Book Fair by going to our website at https://www.scholastic.com/bf/lcpcsvirtualbookfair starting on November 30th. 

With over 5,000 books, games, and learning resources to choose from, there’s something for everyone! Book-only orders over $25 will qualify for free shipping and our school will earn 25% in rewards for all purchases made. Our goal is to have 125 books sold by the end of our book fair on December 13th.

Throughout our book fair, we will have prizes and giveaways for students who are participating in reading and writing activities and exemplifying our HA: Breath values. Please follow us on our social media pages (Facebook and Instagram) for updates and announcements.

If you have any questions and need assistance, please contact Melissa Chong at melissa.chong@lcpcs.org

Thank you for your support and for valuing the importance of reading.

LCPCS Virtual Book Fair Committee



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Borrow an ‘Ukulele!

‘Ukulele Lending Program

Have you ever wanted to learn how to play the ‘ukulele or just needed one to play? You can now borrow Hawaii’s favorite music instrument at a public library! Patrons may use an ‘ukulele at no cost with a valid library card and photo ID at participating libraries.

Each ‘ukulele kit will include 

- One ‘ukulele
- Battery-operated tuner – view a video tutorial on how to tune the ‘ukulele
- Carrying case

How do I borrow an ‘ukulele?

1. Call a participating library to check availability
2. Complete a Loan Agreement. One ‘ukulele will be allowed per library card.
3. Visit the participating library with the completed agreement, a valid library card, and photo ID.

What you need to know

- Three-week loan period
- ‘Ukulele kit must be borrowed and returned in person to the owning library
- Do not return in the book drop. The ‘ukulele is fragile and will be damaged.

Laupahoehoe Public Library is a participant in this program! Learn more and see participating libraries HERE

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