Kapalama High School


Summary Daily Bulletin for Friday, February 27, 2015

Early Release Schedule

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 in grades 9-12 have the privilege of participating in Casual Dress Day on FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27TH. Students are permitted to wear crew neck t-shirts or blouses, pants, jeans, capris, bermuda shorts, or board shorts, and slippers to school providing they adhere to the following guidelines: 1) T-shirts and collared shirts: All tops must be unaltered and have sleeves. Necklines must be modest and appropriate, and should not fall below the armpits. Tank tops and spaghetti straps of any kind are NOT to be worn even under sweaters or jackets. 2) All clothing items must be in good taste. Clothing should not have rips, stains, alterations of any sort, obscene pictures, or promotions of alcohol or drugs. 3) Scanty attire, pajamas, athletic shorts, sweat pants, and leggings/tights, even if worn under skirts, shorts, or dresses are not permitted. 4) All shorts, skirts, and dresses must be knee length. 5) Boys are permitted to wear board shorts, denim shorts, and dress shorts providing they fit properly and fall below the knee. Boys must be clean shaven and no earrings. ID’S MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES. Those not in casual dress must be in uniform dress code. Any infraction of the casual dress or uniform dress code guidelines will be referred to the Unit Office. Please note that the unit vice-principals have final discretion on determining appropriate attire.

Each Wednesday until March 11th Foodland’s Shop for Higher Education will be having some "ABC" fun on their Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/FoodlandHawaii. ABC stands for Akamai Brain Challenge. At 4:00 p.m. each Wednesday, they’ll post an Akamai Brain Challenge question. Questions will fall under a variety of categories such as geography, history, mathematics, Hawaiiana, and science. If you are the first person to post the correct answer you’ll help our high school earn 500 bonus points.

Buy a Bubble Drink and support the TreeHuggers. Bubble Drinks will be sold Tuesday - Friday, March 3-6 in front of the Auditorium. Mocha Coffee, Honeydew Melon and Lilikoi and more. Try a new flavor each day.

PLEASE SIGN UP TODAY! Ho'olaule'a turns 90 this year and we still need volunteers to make it successful! Parents, students, staff and `ohana are all encouranged to sign up. Sign-up online at https://apps.ksbe.edu/hoolaulea/. Call 842-8892 if you have any questions. MAHALO!

The New England Center for Investigative Reporting, based at Boston University's College of Communication, is again offering a unique Investigative Journalism Workshop this summer. Workshops will begin on June 29. During each session, students participate in seminars and work alongside BU faculty and award-winning local and national journalists on investigative stories that could be published on the center's website or in regional and national publications. Students will live on the BU campus and gain hands-on experience in investigative reporting while developing critical thinking and writing skills. For more information about the program visit: http://studentprograms.necir.org/high-school-summer-investigative-reporting-workshop/ Financial aid is available.

Linfield College will be hosting informal interviews in Honolulu on Saturday, February 28 and Sunday, March 1. These are informal and students may invite their parents if they wish. Interviews last an hour each, but students must RSVP in advance by calling: 800.640.2287. Here’s the details: When: Saturday, February 28 and Sunday, March 1 What: Informal Interviews Open to: •Applicants wanting to learn more about Linfield before making their final decision •Senior students who have not yet applied, but are still interested (yes, we still have space) •Junior students who are beginning to explore their options Where: New Otani Kaimana Beach Hotel on Kalakaua Avenue across form Kapiolani Park RSVP: 800.640.2287

Greetings from Annapolis! With winter halfway through and spring on the horizon, the Office of Admissions team at the United States Naval Academy is actively gearing up to host high school students from across the nation at our two marquis summer programs, Summer STEM Camp and Naval Academy Summer Seminar. Summer STEM Camp is designed to spark and cultivate interest in the many academic disciplines which make up science, technology, engineering and mathematics. A hands-on, design-based program, Naval Academy Summer STEM will challenge students to think scientifically, problem-solve creatively, and work cooperatively in teams. Open to rising 9th, 10th and 11th graders, Summer STEM is led by USNA faculty and currently enrolled midshipmen and is a great fit for students looking to broaden their understanding of STEM study and careers. The United States Naval Academy Summer Seminar is a fast-paced, six-day experience for high achievers who have completed their junior year in high school. Summer Seminar teaches students about life at the Naval Academy, where academics, athletics, and professional training play equally important roles in developing our nation's leaders. If you have students you feel would be interested in pursuing an appointment to one of the nation's service academies and serving the country as an officer, encourage them to consider attending the Naval Academy's Summer Seminar. We recognize your students have many options to fill their summer days and wish to thank you for bringing the opportunities at the Naval Academy to their attention. If you have questions about our programs or would like additional information or literature to share with your students, please feel free to contact the Office of Admissions at summerprograms@usna.edu, or (410) 293-1858

Come down to the Auditorium Lanai from Monday, 2/23/15 to Friday 2/27/15 to get your drinks, baked goods, snacks and acai bowls. Tea Girls will be selling their fabulous flavored lemonade, iced teas, Vaifala and Waikalo drinks. Jess Da Best will have her Acai bowls with delectable toppings like cookie dough and cookie butter. Along with those fabulous items there will be Spam Musubis, Chips, Banana Bread and Cookies. There’s something for everyone to enjoy! Note: Jess Da Best Acai Bowls will be on campus on Monday, Thursday and Friday. Tea Girls will be on campus all week.

Student Drivers: One-day parking passes are sold out for Wednesday-Friday, February 25-27. Please plan ahead when purchasing one-day parking passes. If possible, do not wait until the day the pass is needed to purchase a pass because availability is not guaranteed. If passes are sold out for the day, you will need to park off-campus.

Congratulations to MAVERIC ABELLA for winning the 1st place Grand Prize award at the 2015 HAIS District Science Fair held on February 21st at ‘Iolani School. Maveric will represent the HAIS District as she competes in the International Science and Engineering Fair in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (May 10-15). Congratulations also to KAIMI KAHIHIKOLO who won 3rd place and finalists SHAYLIN MARN and KALEHUA AH SOON. These 4 students, along with Stephanie Araki, Kahulu Nunokawa, Hope Ushiroda-Garma, Cedar Wilson, Hunter Rapoza, and ‘Eiwa Colburn, have qualified to compete at the Hawaii State Science and Engineering Fair (March 20-22). Mahalo to Kumu KAWIKA MAHELONA for his help and expertise at our Student Production Center and to Miss Ishimoto and Miss Kimokeo for their support.

Attend their open workshop- Hawaii Spring Reception Monday, March 2 6:30-8:00 pm Wo International Center at Punahou School All Sophomores, Juniors, and anyone else who wants to learn more about Creighton are invited to attend Hear information from Admissions, current Creighton parents and alums, as well as from our Vice Provost for Enrollment, Mary Chase Can register online until Friday, February 27 at https://www.blueq-surveys.creighton.edu/se.ashx?s=46BEEE7F5BFF90F0

We would like to notify you in advance of a parking change for FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27. This change is to accommodate set up for Ho’olaule’a on Saturday, February 28th. For FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27th ONLY, you WILL NOT be able to park in Ka’ahumanu Parking Lot. This lot will be closed for student parking. Please park in the parking structure for the day. While your names will be submitted to the security office, for ease of vehicle identification, PLEASE HANG YOUR DECAL FROM YOUR REAR VIEW MIRROR. This should prevent you from receiving a citation. Please DO NOT tell your friends who park in other zones to park here. ONLY students who park in Ka’ahumanu Parking Lot have permission to park at the structure. A shuttle bus will provide transportation to and from upper campus. Pick up is at the bus hale from 6:50 a.m. – 7:25 a.m. and then in the afternoon from 12:35 p.m. – 12:45 p.m. Please DO NOT park in other areas or you WILL BE responsible for the citation (20 school day revocation for parking out of zone). As an FYI, on February 26th, teacher parking will be affected. We have reminded teachers not to park in student stalls in Ka’ahumanu. If, however, the lot is full, please call our office to receive directions on where to park. Please do not park in any lot without approval. If you have any questions, please ask in advance and call 'Akahi Student Center at 842-8531.

Tea Girls Hawaii and Jess Da Best Acai Bowls will be selling their goodies in the Ka‘ahumanu parking lot on Friday, 2/27/15. They'll be located above the Konia Breezeway as you walk up the stairs to Ka‘ahumanu. So come on down and support the J.E.T club one last time.

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. For more information, please click here: click here