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Summary Daily Bulletin for Wednesday, April 23, 2014

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E hana ‘oe i ka pono a me ka maika‘i i mua i ke alo o Iehova; i pōmaika‘i ai ‘oe, i komo ai ho‘i ‘oe a noho ma ka ‘āina maika‘i a Iehova i ho‘ohiki mai ai i ou mau kūpuna; Do what is right and good in the LORD's sight, so that it may go well with you and you may go in and take over the good land that the LORD promised on oath to your forefathers Deuteronomy 6:18

Sponsored by the `Ike Hawai`i Committee There are 4 categories a lei can be entered into by all KSKMS students, 1) Haku 2) Hili 3) Kui 4) Wili (see Kumu Noe Hokoana for lei category descriptions). Lei drop off: April 30th, 7:30 am at Kalama Dining Hall stage.

The last day to return ID Cards for reimbursement/credit to student account is MAY 14, 2014. Students will still be able to get an ID card but will not receive a credit after this date. Contact the main office for questions or concerns at 842-8366.

The following students have been selected to be members of our 2014 Ka Lā o Nā Lei Aloha Court: Kialoa Fermantez, Lauren Lau, Tanner Young, Noa Moniz, Mehana Piena, Kalaiku Kaneshiro, Nicole Naone, Kaoluhia Kalani, Kapri Tulang-De Silva, Ian Carroll, NatalieAnn Clevenger, Casen Cluney, Kona Abergas, Joelle Cantiberos, Kana’i Ho, Shaylynne Matayoshi, Jensen Taufaasau and Kiana Vierra. Court members were selected base upon personal character. Students were nominated by a peer or teacher because he/she dislays the value Pono consistently in and out of the classroom.

Those of you interested in playing intermediate football next year please come to an informational meeting on April 24th @ 3:10-3:30pm in Keliimaikai rm 111 (Mr. Wade's Speech Room). You will be introduced to the new head coach, Rob Santos. He's excited to meet you and excited for a new season of Warrior Football.

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Student Government Applications

Practice your servant leadership skills by serving in student leadership.  Applications are now available for the 2014 – 2015 school year.  The elections process is different at KMS to reduce the likelihood of popularity voting.  Therefore, students are not allowed to campaign by distributing lollipops or creating posters.  The elections process is comprised of several components – an essay, interview, teacher rating and anonymous class voting.  We seek parental support in the process too.  If you are interested in serving your school, class and the community, please download a form.  Essays are due to Mrs. Vannatta by April 23 at 8:00am.  Please review the other components and their specific due dates on the form.  We look forward to a successful school year.  ’14-’15 Spring Elections Form

Source: KMS Student Activities | 14 Apr 2014 | 11:34 am HST

Last Dance – #Selfie

DSC07897Mahalo! to the 7th grade council under the leadership of class advisor, Gay Murakami, for planning a successful dance and afternoon of fun.  We appreciate their leadership and the volunteerism of our parents who helped to serve ‘ono food. 

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Source: KMS Student Activities | 14 Apr 2014 | 11:27 am HST

Middle Years – April 2014

The April 2014 edition of Middle Years is now available.

Middle Years – April 2014

Source: Kapālama Middle School | 11 Apr 2014 | 11:19 am HST

Middle Years – March 2014

Attached is this month’s Middle Years Newsletter.

Middle Years – March 2014

Source: Kapālama Middle School | 3 Mar 2014 | 3:04 pm HST

Mr. Atabay’s updates

Aloha parents!

Just a few reminders:

1) We are at mid-quarter.  Please check KS Connect as it should help you understand where your child stands academically at this point in the quarter.

2) We’ve recently had incidents of broken glass as children have brought glass containers to school and it’s dropped on the ground.  This creates an unsafe environment for all and I’ve asked students NOT to bring glass containers to school.

3) We’ve heard from KES that some of our students are hanging around their campus during after-school hours.  Unless authorized to be there, KMS students should never be at KES, especially after-school hours.  Although we have a number of students remaining at MS campus during after-school hours, our handbook states,  “If he or she is not part of the KS bus transportation program, please make arrangements to pick your child up by the end of the school day at the School Street Bus Terminal.  After school supervision is not provided” (p. 22).

Mahalo for your cooperation!

Mr. Atabay

Source: Kyle Atabay | 10 Feb 2014 | 5:26 pm HST

Middle Years – February 2014

Attached is February’s edition of Middle Years.

Middle Years – February 2014

 

 

 

Source: Kapālama Middle School | 31 Jan 2014 | 8:59 am HST