Summary Daily Bulletin for Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Students in Grades 9-12 are reminded that elementary and middle school campuses are off limits. Students are also reminded that you are to catch buses from either middle or upper campus only. Thank you.
Limited one-day parking spaces are available on a first come, first served basis. PASSES MUST BE PURCHASED FROM THE ‘AKAHI STUDENT CENTER BEFORE THE DAY THEY ARE NEEDED. The cost of a one-day pass is $2.00 a day. A student must have his/her driver's license, current registration, proof of insurance, and safety check for the vehicle(s) which will be driven when purchasing a one-day pass for the first time. REMEMBER: THE VEHICLE MUST BELONG TO AN IMMEDIATE FAMILY MEMBER (MOTHER, FATHER, SISTER, BROTHER). The ‘Akahi Student Center normally opens at 7:00 a.m. One-day passes will be sold in the morning if spaces are still available and if there is an emergency. STUDENTS WHO FIND IT NECESSARY TO PURCHASE A ONE-DAY PASS BEFORE 7:30 A.M. THE DAY THEY NEED IT ARE NOT GUARANTEED A SPACE. SO, PLAN AHEAD. AN ALTERNATIVE IS TO PARK AT THE TERMINAL AND CATCH THE TERMINAL BUS TO CAMPUS. If a student parks on campus without a parking pass, driving privileges will be revoked for five days. If you have any questions, please call Ext. 28531.
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.
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 in Grades 9-12 are reminded that on early release days, Kekūhaupi‘o gym, elementary and middle school campuses are off limits. Students are also reminded that you are to catch buses from either middle or upper campus only. Thank you.
In a continuing effort to promote Americanism and install Patriotism in the minds of youth the FRA sponsors an annual essay contest.
This year the essay theme is “What the United States Flag stands For”. The Pearl Harbor Honolulu Branch 46 conducts the contest in Hawaii and awards a cash prize to the winners. The winning essay has an opportunity to compete in the National FRA contest, the grand prize is $5,000.
Entries must be on one side of one sheet of paper and not more than 350 words. A signed coversheet, which contains the sponsor/mailing info, must be submitted with your essay. Please log into Naviance scholarships to access the coversheet.
Submission deadline is December 1, 2015. Please email Mr. Glenn Stang at firstname.lastname@example.org
, if you have any questions or need additional support.
Keiki O Ka ‘Aina FLC is a non-profit organization that partners with KHON2 to sponsor the Laulima Giving Program that assists underprivileged families year round. We are looking for volunteers (individuals or teams) to do fish netting for our Laulima Day 2015 on Saturday, December 5, 2015. We will be doing fish netting at Windward Mall, on Kamehameha Hwy, between Haiku Rd and Kawa St. and at Pearlridge Center, between Pali Momi St. and Kamehameha Hwy and Ala Moana Center, at the intersections of Ala Moana Blvd and Atkinson Dr.
Please see the website for further information http://www.koka.org/laulima
or call Serena Yim at 843-2502 or 393-4981 if you have any questions.
Beginning November 16, 2015, Monday through May 20, 2016, students will not be allowed in Midkiff Learning Center without a pass from 10:40AM-12:05PM. This includes students who are coming up from lunch (‘Akahi). A pass will be required of them by any teacher who is sending them to work on their classroom assignments. Homeroom teachers - please hold your students in your classroom/homeroom. The overflow of students in Midkiff is exorbitant and many times unruly. Mahalo no!
We are currently accepting visual and literary submissions for this year’s Ho‘okumu! Ho‘okumu is a Kapālama student art and literary journal showcasing the talents and diversity of our Kamehameha ‘ohana. Submissions may include (but are not limited to) poetry, prose (fiction and non-fiction, essays, and research papers), art and photography. English and Hawaiian language pieces will be considered. Submit work via email as an attachment to: email@example.com
. Include the following information in the body of your email: your full name, current grade level, name of your teacher (if the piece was composed for a class assignment), title of your piece, and a brief biography and/or explanation of your piece. Don’t let this chance to become published slip away!
SUBMISSION DEADLINE for the SY 2015-16 ISSUE is January 31, 2016. Submissions are considered according to the date on which they are received.
Please donate your gifts to kids in need! All gifts and donations collected will be sent to the Children’s Miracle Hospital located in Honolulu, and will be given to the children. We will be collecting gifts for the children from November 19-November 25. Please bring all of your donations to Pākī 202. Anything helps! Have an amazing day! Thank you, Paisley Flores and Malie Johnson
Students are reminded that appropriate behavior is required when riding KS buses. Please be reminded that there is no eating or drinking on the bus and nothing should be thrown out of the bus window. Failure to comply with bus rules may result in suspension or loss of bus privileges. Mahalo for your kōkua.
Please support the International Relations Club. We'll be having a car wash at the Bus Terminal on Saturday, Nov. 28th, from 9am-1pm. See you there.
Congratulations to 9 Honors Science Research students for representing Kamehameha Schools and all Native Hawaiian high school students extremely well at the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) National Conference recently held in Phoenix, Arizona! SHAYLIN MARN won 1st Place in the Pre-College Poster Session for her research project on “The Antibacterial and Cytotoxic Effects of Wiliwili.” HOPE USHIRODA-GARMA won 2nd place for her project on “Pseudovibrio species within Collector Sea Urchin inhibits Coral Pathogen Serratia marcescens,” and she was also awarded a college scholarship from Boeing Company. STEPHANIE ARAKI won 3rd place with her project on “The Role of Cyclin D1 in Arsenic-Induced Cardiovascular Disease.” HOLLY KA’APU’s project on “Peltier Energy Harvesting” received an AISES Energy Challenge award. Danielle Pascua, Duke Mailolo, Kahulu Nunokawa, 'Āla'i Takushi, and Cedar Wilson were also selected to present their original science research at this prestigious event and impressed the judges with their original research projects. Over 1800 Native American, Native Alaskans, and Native Hawaiians participated in this indigenous STEM conference. Mahalo to Kumu Mahelona at SPC and Miss Ishimoto for their support.