April RAP

The Let’s RAP Program has come to an end for this school year.  I’m sure that there are many students who feel proud that they had done their RAP every time this school year and we commend them.  Here are the statistics for this month, semester, and year.

There were 548 (85%) out of 646 who did their RAP. Only five classes had 100%.  There were PS, Room K5 (Ms. Wong); Grade 1, Rooms A2 (Mrs. Goo) and A5 (Mrs. Lau); and Grade 2, Rooms B3 (Mrs. Imai) and B5 (Ms. Evans).  Six classes missed by 1:  Grade K, Rooms K1 (Mrs. Teruya) and K4 (Mrs. Muraoka); Grade 4, Room B10 (Mrs. Fujiwara); Grade 5, Room B1 (Mrs. Chinen); and Grade 6, Room P1 (Mr. Dumlao).  There were 5 classes who missed by 2, Room A3 (Mrs. Shiroma); Grade 3, Rooms A7 (Mrs. Sumida) and A8 (Mrs. Kiriu); Grade 4, Room B8 (Ms. Gamiao); and Grade 5, Room B6 (Mrs. Garcia).

For 2nd Semester, there were 3 classes who had 100%.  They are:  Grade PS, Room K5 (Ms. Wong); Grade 1, Room A2 (Mrs. Goo); and Grade 3, Room B3 (Mrs. Imai).  There was one class who missed by 1:  Grade K, Room K4 (Mrs. Muraoka).  There were 3 classes who missed by 2:  Grade 1, Room A5 (Mrs. Lau); Grade 3, Room A8 (Mrs. Kiriu); and Grade 6, Room P2 (Ms. Pontes).

For the school year, there were 3 classes who had 100% every month:  Grade PS, Room K5 (Ms. Wong); Grade 1, Room A2 (Mr. Goo); and Grade 2, Room B3 (Mrs. Imai).  Grade K, Room K4 (Mrs. Muraoka) missed by 1; Grade 1, Room A5 (Mrs. Lau) missed by 2; and Grade 1, Room A3 (Mrs. Shiroma) missed by 3. 

There were 23 6-grade students who completed every single RAP from Grade K-6.  They are Room P1:  Aaron T., Ashlyn T., Avery F., Isaac G., Kaiden B., Kaitlyn F., Katie M., Kekoa L., Megan C., Mia H., Noah B.; Room P2:  Krystal G., Kyler S., Maya M., Maya Paige C., Natalie C., Rayden M., Ryen N.; Room P3:  Michael B., Nanea L., Taryn K., Whitney W.; and Room P4: Haley M.

Congratulations and well done to all these students who faithfully did their RAP.  And to the teachers, thank you very much for all your hard work and effort to get the students to turn in their RAP on time.  A big Mahalo to Mrs. Tonaki, Librarian, and Ms. Mitsunaga, Sub Librarian, for teaching the students all about the library and the book genres so that the students chose the right books each month for their RAP.

And finally I want to thank the hard-working RAP volunteers who worked tirelessly every month to make the Let’s RAP Program a success.  Super volunteers Mrs. Sharon Fang, Mrs. Vivian Ma, and Mrs. Jackie Law for ensuring RAP coupons were printed each month and distributed to the classes, and at the end of the month, getting the envelopes back from the teachers and checking to see that every coupon was accounted for, and doing the prize distribution.  A great big Mahalo to the reviewers who stuck to the very short deadline to select the coupons for posting on the bulletin boards and website.  They are Mrs. Karen Tengan, Mrs. Esther Hayashi, Mrs. Kathy Shojinaga (grandson Kyler Shojinaga), Mrs. Eloree Amian (son Adam), Mrs. Rose Leong, Mrs. Chio Matsudo (sons Brison and Bright), and Mrs. Dariann Fernandez (son Kyler).  Finally we must not forget the man who posted all the selected RAP on the bulletin boards each month, Mr. Steve Karimoto (grandchildren Nate and Lia Choi).