Summary Daily Bulletin for Monday, April 27, 2015
As a reminder to student drivers, students are NOT allowed to park in the Athletic parking structure during the school day. Violators face a 20-day driving revocation.
Registered student drivers must park in their assigned parking zones with either a one-day parking pass or parking decal displayed.
Students must be in school for the entire day on the day of OR day before (if the event is on the weekend) a special event such as prom, dances, competitions, co and extra-curricular activities. This includes unscheduled periods.
Students will be allowed to wear a KS approved Athletic Polo (any sport), Class/Club/Dorm/Performing Arts Polo or any other KS-Sanctioned T-Shirt to school on Friday, May 1, 2015.
Polo shirt/T-Shirts must be in compliance with Casual Dress requirements. All tops must be unaltered and have sleeves. Necklines must be modest and appropriate, and should not fall below the armpits. All clothing items must be in good taste. Clothing should not have rips, stains, or alterations of any sort.
All other attire should be school uniform attire. Students who do not have a KS approved shirt as described above must be in full uniform.
For all other Fridays students MUST be in full KS uniform. Non-compliance will result in detention issued.
Go For Broke National Education Center is a nonprofit organization that exists to preserve the legacy of the Japanese American WWII veterans through education. Through the generous support of our community, the organization has recorded the life stories of over 1,150 of these veterans; taught over 3,000 educators in Hawaii, Washington, Oregon, California, Texas, Maryland and Virginia; reached over 100,000 students through our teacher trainings and web-based digital curriculum; and welcomed over 100,000 visitors to the Go For Broke Monument near downtown Los Angeles.
The organization is sponsoring a Student Essay and Video Contest that is open to high school students (grades 9-12) and college students (undergraduate and graduate). Cash prizes will be awarded to one dozen winners, with four top winners receiving $1,000 each. Plus, the top thirty qualified winners will receive two complimentary tickets to attend our 26thAnniversary Evening of Aloha Gala Dinner this fall at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites in Los Angeles. At this gala dinner, the winners will be able to meet the Japanese American WWII veterans whom they researched about! They will also be treated to an Awards Brunch the following day.
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Looking for motivated person or people who is/are willing to learn advise one or both clubs. Surfers Give Back Club will be need an advisor to head community service projects once a quarter throughout school year and able coordinate with students such projects and attend community service project. Surf Team advisor/coach requires more skills including willing to obtain lifeguard certification, mini bus certification, attend practice two or three times a week from October to June, be there for competitions once a month, coach students, finish all athletic requirements (Blackboard test, attend athletic coaching meeting, fundamentals of coaching, heat exhaustion test, and concussion test), have surfing experience and knowledgeable of contests/competition, able to plan field trip to neighbor island/California, do paperwork required to run the program, able to do accounting and managing expenses and fundraising for team, know how to order uniforms, able to coach students, and head assistant coaches, etc. If interested, please e-mail Lea Arce at email@example.com
or contact at x28239.
The World History students will be fundraising for their Kahiau project to donate funds to various world organizations. Please tune into Puka Mai Ka La for their PSAs and kokua by purchasing any of their wonderful products from April 13 – May 8. Some items that will be sold are Jamba Juice, Acai Bowls, Chocolate, Spanish Rolls, Bubble Drinks, Samurai Ice Cakes, Poke Bowls, and much much more.
During July, high school students can dive into writing, acting, dancing, social justice, or filmmaking. Young people can immerse themselves in creative and academic areas with our talented undergraduate faculty, giving pre-college students the chance to experience college life at one of the most distinguished liberal arts colleges in the country. We think your students would be an invaluable addition to our vibrant summer community!
If you’d like to learn more about these programs, info.sarahlawrence.edu/summer-at-sarah-lawrence-college
. Enroll before May 5, we’ll waive the application fee!
You can reach me directly at 914-395-2205, or drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
. I’d love to hear from you and tell you more about what makes Sarah Lawrence Summer Programs for High School Students so unique!
If you have been selected (you would have received an email if you were selected) to participate in the Powderpuff Football game (girls as players and boys as coaches/cheerleaders) for the Yearbook Social on May 15, 2015. There will be a mandatory informational meeting for 9th and 11th grade on Monday, April 27 during the second homeroom/lunch block that will be held in the Midkiff Listening and Viewing area. A mandatory informational meeting for 10th and 12th grade will be on Tuesday, April 28 during the first homeroom/lunch block in the Midkiff Listening and Viewing area. Please bring your waiver forms, signed by you and your parents/guardians, to the informational meeting. All guidelines will be given at the meeting. Role will be taken. If you do not show up, you do not play. If you are not sure whether you were selected, See you there!
Next year's spring break Service Learning Trip to Peru is looking for a few more travelers and planning one last meeting for both students and parents on Thursday, May 14 at 6pm in Paki 204. If interested, see or email Mr. Ai or Mrs. Glassco. All currently enrolled participants should plan on attending with their parents as we will be discussing summer preparations including fundraising ideas.
The Kamehameha Color Guard is looking for new recruits, and we want you! If you want to meet new people who share your interests of music and performing and want to try something new, then Color Guard is just what you’re looking for. Boys and girls are welcome. No experience necessary. A big international trip to Thailand is in the works! We will be holding clinics for those who are interested in trying out the equipment and seeing what Color Guard is all about! We’ll teach you how to toss Flags, Rifles, and Sabers!
Mon, May 4 and May 11 3:30 pm-6 pm.
Tues, May 5 and May 12 3:30 pm-6 pm.
Sat, May 16 9 am-12 pm.
Please contact KamehamehaColorGuard@gmail.com
to RSVP to any or all of the clinic dates or to find out more info! Find us at our Facebook Group "Kamehameha Color Guard Recruiting." Or check out our “What is KS Color Guard” Youtube video at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OK3_vzIZ12o&hd=1
Come and listen to Class of 2015 Senior Kyler Wilson share his story about the significance of his middle name and its connection to Queen Lili‘uokalani. Tuesday, April 28th -10:30 am- 12:00 pm. Midkiff L.C.-Ma Kai Area.
Tiffany Thurston (KS Class of 1998) is a national recording artist who has traveled extensively touring with Christian artists, such as Natalie Grant and the Revolve Women's Tour. Back home in the islands, she continues to reach young women with her Bloom Conference, helping to encourage, equip, empower and inspire them to "bloom where they are planted".
Please join us May 11th during your homerooms at Chapel. Freshmen and Junior Women during the first block; Sophomore and Senior Women during the second block.
Click on the link below to RSVP and see you there!
If you want to know more about Tiffany and the Bloom Conference, check out this short PSA:
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