BREAKFAST: Belgian Waffle, Fresh Fruit, Fruit Cocktail
LUNCH: Fish Sandwich, Wedge Fries, Veggie Sticks, Baked Beans, White Grape Slushy, Diced Pears
Support your Class of 2022 and Student Activities! Steak plate fundraiser starts TODAY and ends Friday, October 8, 2021. Please complete pre-order form [bit.ly/3xBocND]. Check payable to: Kailua High School. Payments taken at the front office and MUST be made by Friday, October 8, 2021. For more questions, please contact Sheri Hanoa. Thank you for your support!
Those who are interested in Softball, the first practice will be Monday 9/27 @ 3:30pm. Meet at the softball field. Make sure to turn in all required forms to the athletic trainers before participating
The Society for Hawaiian Archaeology is pleased to invite students in Grades K-12 to one of our 2021 Hawai'i Archaeology Week events:
Zoom with an Archaeologist for Students Grades K-12
Presented by the SHA Student Committee
Friday, October 1 5:00 p.m. (HST), Zoom
Join Kylie Tuitavuki and fellow University of Hawai‘i students for an introduction into the world of archaeology. This talk is oriented towards keiki grades K through 12 who have an interest in archaeology, history, or taking care of the ‘āina and culturally significant places. The UH student presenters will explore a variety of topics including archaeological resources in Hawaiʻi, what it's like being an archaeologist, and their favorite things about archaeology. Students are encouraged to bring questions to ask the presenters. If under the age of 18, a parent or guardian must register the student for the event. A permission form is included in the event registration page.
Please register in advance for this event: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwpceurqz4oGdE-PvsB624yXkk-e1wKnGd5
ALOHA SURFRIDER STUDENTS DRIVERS:
Register your vehicle immediately! Security has given numerous warnings to students about registering their vehicle for a permit to park in the Student Parking Lot. If you are parked in the Student Parking Lot without the proper permit, you will be cited and eventually your vehicle will be towed (at owner's expense). If you have questions about student parking, please see any office staff. Thank you for your cooperation.
ALOHA SURFRIDER STUDENTS & STAFF:
We appreciate all of our students and staff who have graciously given their lunch period to volunteer in the cafe. The high numbers of meal distribution during lunch has raised concern. All students and volunteers will receive a meal as long as they are willing to wait for an alternative meal to be prepared. Students will be given a tardy pass to class if necessary. Thank you for supporting our cafeteria staff!
Bowl-letin is back.....Bowling Tryouts: Before coming out for tryouts PLEASE make sure you turn in the following paper work to the Athletic Trainers. *Parent Consent Form, *Physical Form Filled out and signed by your doctor, *COVID form, and *Vaccination Card. If these things aren’t turned in before tryouts you will not be able to participate. If you or a parent has questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me firstname.lastname@example.org
Mālama 21st Century Community Learning Center at Kailua High: Join this great student opportunity to do fun fitness-based Makahiki games training with your friends and then take advantage of some amazing academic support and enrichment classes. This program is FREE! Current class offerings include Next Level Fitness: Makahiki Games Training, Woodworking, Creative Writing, Academic Support, Farm-to-Table Culinary, and more! Classes are scheduled to begin the week of September 27th. Take one, some, or all classes. To register and see the most updated list of classes and their scheduled times, visit thepaf.org/kailuahigh. Questions? See Grimble in B-21 or email at email@example.com.
Are you 16 years old and looking for a job? You're in luck! Y. Hata & Co. is looking for drivers and customer service representatives. See the attached flyer for more information. If you have questions, see Mrs. Ohta in the CCC during non-class time.
Please help the Student Councils decide on a Homecoming Theme. Use this link: https://bit.ly/3tRzixc to vote. Please be sure to read through the four options BEFORE submitting. Your voice is greatly appreciated.
Are you a graduating senior interested in earning the Seal of Biliteracy for speaking English and another language? Applicants must meet the following criteria to receive the Seal of Biliteracy: 1. Must be a graduating senior enrolled in a Hawai‘i public or charter school 2. Demonstrate a minimum cumulative 3.0 Grade Point Average (GPA) upon graduation 3. Successfully complete courses required for English Language Arts or Hawaiian Language Arts for a high school graduation diploma with a minimum 3.0 GPA upon graduation 4. Attain the requisite score for one or more of the world language assessments For more information please contact Mrs. Pasion in the counseling center or at Gaylen.Pasion@k12.hi.us
Need help with raising your SAT scores? Sign up AND commit to attend each of the 4-day workshops, Oct. 11-16, from either 8:00-10:00 am OR 10:30 am-12:30 pm. See the attached flier for more information and scan the QR code to register. Seats are limited, so hurry and sign up for this free class!
Cross Country : If you are interested in running cross Country this season, please contact Coach Woitovitch at 741-7911. Workouts will be provided once all the requirements are completed and turned in to trainers.