• District Track Meet

    Congratulations to the Manoa track team for getting 3rd place at the district track meet. We are so proud of all of the Manoa athletes for all their hard work this year. Click to see pictures.

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  • Volunteers needed for Field Day

    Field Day is scheduled for Thursday, May 31st with a rain date of Monday, June 4th. We are looking for parents to volunteer to help out at this fun event. Please click the link to sign up as a volunteer.

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  • Citizenship Award

    Citizenship is the character count trait for the month of May. Students who won this award were cooperative, respectful, followed the rules and did their share to make the school and community better. Contratulations to all. Our silver award winners for the month of May were Mrs. Gray's class - slippers, Mrs. Satterfield's class - sneakers and Mrs. Soucek's class - spoon. Click to see pictures.

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  • Goin Buggy

    Every year the 2nd grade students study a unit on the life cycle of butterflies. As a way of enhancing their unit, the 2nd grade puts on the annual performance of Goin Buggy. Each class memorize their lines and practice songs for the show. Students become bugs for a night of singing and dancing and anything goes. Click to see pictures.

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  • 5th Grade End of Year Picnic

    The End of Year 5th grade picnic will be held on Monday, June 11 (raindate Wednesday, June 13) from 10:30-3:00PM at the field. The 5th grade team is asking that you sign up to bring food, drinks, and other items listed. Click to get to the Sign Up Genius.

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  • 2nd Grade's Market Day

    The second grade classes completed a Social Studies unit titled A Working World. They learned about goods and services as well as needs and wants. In order to show everything they learned, the students took place in an activity called Market Day. Each class formed groups then wrote a business plan, created their products, set a price and advertised. Throughout the unit, the students earned Market Day money for doing their job as a student such as bringing in homework, following school rules and getting tests signed. Then, on Market Day they could use that money to go shopping around the second grade market for goods and services that they wanted. Click to see pictures.

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Inside Manoa

  • Manoa Elementary School is one of five elementary schools in the SDHT. We offer instruction to students in grades kindergarten through fifth. The total school population is 685. We recognize that each child is a unique individual. We are dedicated to meeting the needs of the whole child while encouraging all children to reach their fullest potential. Click here for more information on Manoa Elementary School.
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Manoa Info

  • Principal Dr. George Ramoundos

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  • Medication Policy

    A reminder of our medication policy -­‐ All medication, including over the counter, must be accompanied by a written order from the attending physician. All medication must be brought to school in the original container with the appropriate label intact. If the medication is not properly labeled, and there is no physician's authorization, the medication will not be administered. Click to see the entire policy.

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  • Volunteer Clearance Information

    School District Volunteer information has been posted to the district website under the Parent drop-down menu. Please preview this information as our district policy has been modified in accordance with state legislation.

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