No Ná Keiki ‘O St. John School

Hawaiian Fun Facts…. (from

  • Over one-third of the world’s supply of pineapples comes from Hawai’i.
  • Hawai’i is the only US state with two official languages: English & Hawaiian.

Wine Grab

While you are out shopping this holiday season, please consider purchasing a nice bottle of wine to donate to our Wine Grab! This game is always a fun treat at the Auction. Please fill out the Wine Grab form, and return it to the School Office or the Administration Building with your bottle of wine.


St. John Auction Sponsorship is a win for the companies that support the Auction and the school itself by underwriting the amazing community event.

We truly appreciate our sponsors! If you would like to sponsor the Auction, please visit our sponsorship summary page and complete the sponsorship agreement form.

If you become a sponsor before Friday, December 21, you can enjoy a 10% discount.

Important Date Reminders!

  • Next Procurement turn-in is Wednesday, January 16, at morning drop-off.
  • 10% Sponsorship discount ends December 21.


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Christmas Holiday Concerts

Time approaches fast for holiday concerts presented by students for the enjoyment of all!  Students work hard on selections chosen in order that the audience will have a very special treat of Christmas Cheer!  Mark your calendars! Thursday, December 13, 2018 – Director, Mrs. Pat Tsagalakis Preschool and Kindergarten Christmas Concert 6pm, St. John Church … Continue Reading »

No Ná Keiki ‘O St. John

Procurement A great way to meet your $250 Auction donation pledge is to procure items from your favorite businesses. Many businesses are happy to donate items or services to our school! Complete the Procurement Form, print, and submit to your desired business. The next procurement turn-in is Wednesday, January 16, at morning drop-off. Thank you … Continue Reading »

No Ná Keiki ‘O St. John – AUCTION

First Procurement Turn-in     The first procurement drop-off will be held on Wednesday, November 14, during morning drop-off. Middle school students will happily take your Auction items and procurement forms from you – you don’t even need to get out of your car.  All procurement forms received by the Auction office by the end of the day … Continue Reading »

Please Donate to St. John Families Help the Homeless

2nd Annual – St. John Families Help the Homeless     This event is on Tuesday, November 13, 6:30pm in Egan Hall – Your help is needed! Can you spare any of the following?  Items will be used to create gift packs (one-gallon zip lock bags) for homeless community members at our all family event.  Unlike a … Continue Reading »

St. John Auction Theme & Dates – Mark Your Calendars!

This year’s St. John Auction will once again be held at the wonderful and spacious Fremont Studios on Friday, April 5, 2019. The Auction theme this year is “No Na Keiki ‘O St. John.”  For those that don’t speak Hawaiian it means, “For the Children of St. John.” The Auction is St. John School’s largest … Continue Reading »

St. John Families Help the Homeless

Drive: October 30 – November 7     Event: November 13, 6:30-8:00pm, Egan Hall Sponsored by the Fourth Grade and St. John Parent Association     The 4th Grade classes are sponsoring a supplies drive to build care kits for the homeless in our community. Please bring in one or many of the items listed below to support this … Continue Reading »

6th Grade Leads November Food Drive

Students in grade six will once again head up the annual November Food Drive, to benefit families served by St. Vincent de Paul.  St. Vincent de Paul maintains a food pantry in the parish.  The need is great.  Items must be non-perishable and in non-glass containers. Suggested items: Items may be brought to classrooms where … Continue Reading »

Another Successful Endowment Event

St. John School celebrated another successful endowment event and awarded middle school science teacher, Sven Tice, with the Eagle Award. Mr. Tice was celebrated by two former students, Hannah Cole and Jimmy Nguyen.  Hannah remembered him as “honest but fair, objective but empathetic.” Hannah went on to describe how Mr. Tice not only attended her … Continue Reading »