Kapalama High School

 

Summary Daily Bulletin for Thursday, June 4, 2020

Aloha current DAY school freshman, sophomore and juniors, We would first like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude for your patience as we make adjustments during these challenging and unprecedented times. We have received many emails over the last few weeks regarding student parking for the 2020–2021 school year. We are pleased to let you know we are now ready to share our new procedures with you. Parking applications will be taken online via Google Form (https://tinyurl.com/yd7hhgqx). Requests for parking received will be filled according to when the completed application packet is timestamped in Google Drive. Because of the limited number of parking stalls, not all requests for parking can be filled. Applications received after all spaces are filled will be wait-listed and filled on a first come first served basis. We will not be responding to emails asking for status in line. We will only notify you if you are on the waitlist. You may currently apply for both the country bus and student parking. However, if you are selected for a student parking pass, a choice must be made between the bus or driving privileges. We will notify you beginning on June 22nd if you are eligible for a student parking pass. At that time, if you have signed up for the KS commuter bus, you will need to make a choice. If selected for a parking pass, we normally have a decal meeting in the summer which is required for all student drivers. This is currently on hold and pending future social distancing guidelines. If we do hold decal meetings, whether virtual or in person, you will be notified. At that time, we will ask for vehicle paperwork (vehicle registration, safety check and insurance) and the $100 parking fee. Students who have an occasional need to drive may secure a one-day parking pass for vehicles from `Akahi Student Center for $2.00 per day. Parking will be in the designated one day pass parking lot. Students wishing to drive and park for one day must present their driver’s license, the vehicle registration, their No-Fault insurance card and proof of current safety check in order to obtain a one-day pass (Please plan ahead as parking is limited). All students who drive and park on campus are to adhere to the rules and regulations as described in the Student Handbook and the Student Driver’s Manual. Failure to do so may result in either the student being fined or having their driving privileges revoked depending upon the infraction and final disposition of either Traffic Court or the Dean of Student Activities. Individuals who repeatedly violate KS Parking Rules and Regulations and/or unauthorized vehicles parked on campus may be subject to being towed off campus at the owner’s expense. Parents are also responsible for acquainting themselves with student parking and driving regulations. Students or parents who have any questions regarding driving and parking on campus should email Administrative Coordinator Teszra Kang (tekang@ksbe.edu) or Dean of Student Activities Cheryl Yamamoto (cryamamo@ksbe.edu). Mahalo in advance for your cooperation and support.

Aloha parents of current DAY school freshman, sophomore and juniors, We would first like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude for your patience as we make adjustments during these challenging and unprecedented times. We have received many emails over the last few weeks regarding student parking for the 2020–2021 school year. We are pleased to let you know we are now ready to share our new procedures with you. Parking applications will be taken online via Google Form (https://tinyurl.com/yd7hhgqx). Requests for parking received will be filled according to when the completed application packet is timestamped in Google Drive. Because of the limited number of parking stalls, not all requests for parking can be filled. Applications received after all spaces are filled will be wait-listed and filled on a first come first served basis. We will not be responding to emails asking for status in line. We will only notify you if you are on the waitlist. You may currently apply for both the country bus and student parking. However, if you are selected for a student parking pass, a choice must be made between the bus or driving privileges. We will notify you beginning on June 22nd if you are eligible for a student parking pass. At that time, if you have signed up for the KS commuter bus, you will need to make a choice. If selected for a parking pass, we normally have a decal meeting in the summer which is required for all student drivers. This is currently on hold and pending future social distancing guidelines. If we do hold decal meetings, whether virtual or in person, you will be notified. At that time, we will ask for vehicle paperwork (vehicle registration, safety check and insurance) and the $100 parking fee. Students who have an occasional need to drive may secure a one-day parking pass for vehicles from `Akahi Student Center for $2.00 per day. Parking will be in the designated one day pass parking lot. Students wishing to drive and park for one day must present their driver’s license, the vehicle registration, their No-Fault insurance card and proof of current safety check in order to obtain a one-day pass (Please plan ahead as parking is limited). All students who drive and park on campus are to adhere to the rules and regulations as described in the Student Handbook and the Student Driver’s Manual. Failure to do so may result in either the student being fined or having their driving privileges revoked depending upon the infraction and final disposition of either Traffic Court or the Dean of Student Activities. Individuals who repeatedly violate KS Parking Rules and Regulations and/or unauthorized vehicles parked on campus may be subject to being towed off campus at the owner’s expense. Parents are also responsible for acquainting themselves with student parking and driving regulations. Students or parents who have any questions regarding driving and parking on campus should email Administrative Coordinator Teszra Kang (tekang@ksbe.edu) or Dean of Student Activities Cheryl Yamamoto (cryamamo@ksbe.edu). Mahalo in advance for your cooperation and support.