Parent Community Networking Center (PCNC)

The Parent Community Networking Center (PCNC) exists to increase parent and community involvement in the school. We seek to build healthy and strong relationships between the home, school, and community. The PCNC is involved in many activities at the school: Parent-Child Workshops, inviting guest speakers to the school, assisting with school-community programs, at Super Eagle of the Quarter assemblies, and the training, scheduling, and recruiting parent volunteers.

The PCNC office is located in the Administration building. Visit the room to meet the other parents, to see what resources are available and to see how you can get involved at Hale Kula.

Be a Volunteer

If you have the time and are interested in making a difference in your child's education, consider volunteering! The opportunities to assist the school are endless. Parents make a tremendous impact when they volunteer. Studies have shown that student achievement increases when parents are involved in their child's education.

You can make a difference!

Our PCNC is a good place to start. Fill out a volunteer survey and return it to school. Our PCNC facilitator will contact you to schedule you for training, if necessary. If you have any questions, please call or stop by at the PCNC room.

Not all volunteer positions require training. Your child's teacher can tell you what kind of assistance you can provide in the classroom. Some of the volunteer activities are:
  • Room parent or field trip chaperone
  • Correcting papers, checking student work folders, photocopying or preparing activity materials
  • Tutoring students who need extra assistance with school work
  • Assisting in the library or Tech Center
  • Serving on the PTO Board or School Community Council
  • Helping in the lunch room or at recess time
  • Serving as a crossing guard at crosswalks for students walking to school

Quick Links

Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)

Transition Center