Waiakea High School Daily Bulletin

Bulletin# 124

Friday  February 27,  2004

SY 2003-2004


 

                                               

GENERAL

STUDENT PARKING REMINDER

Students must register their vehicles before parking on campus.  Any unauthorized vehicles will be cited and/or towed away at the owner's expense.  Refer to H.R.S. 302A-1152.  Vehicles can be registered at the Office.  Bring your Driver's Lic., Current Safety Check, No-Fault Insurance Car, Registration Card and $5.00. - S. Ozaki

SR. PROM

Come to pick up picture taking packets and sign up for seating arrangements on February 25th, 26th and 27th during morning recess in H-105.  First come first served.  After the 27th seating will be assigned. - K. Kelly

SAT PREP WORKSHOP

Ku Ha'aheo will once again be offering a SAT Prep Workshop during Spring Intersession for anyone taking the SAT and/or looking to improve their scores.  Classes will run March 29 - April 2, from 8:00 AM - 12:15 PM.  Cost for this workshop is $17.00.  Please sign up in C101 if you are interested by Friday, March 5, 2004.  Mahalo. - K. Kaleohano

HCPS II PREP WORKSHOP

WHS and Ku Ha'aheo will be offering a HCPS II Prep Workshop during Spring Intersession where students will be able to learn valuable strategies for the upcoming test.  HCPS II Reading is available for 9th graders from March 29 - March 31, and HCPS II Math Prep is available for 10th graders from March 31 - April 2.  Please sign in in C101 by March 12 if you are interested.  Mahalo. - K. Kaleohano

STUDENT PARKING LOT - CONSTRUCTION SITE SAFETY

Please use extreme caution when entering, exiting and walking in the Student Parking Lot.  Due to the reconstruction of "R" Bldg., there is a lot of heavy equipment operation in the area.  The Contractor and their workers take all the precautions that is necessary to ensure your safety.  Your attention in this area will help.  If the area around the construction storage site is 'coned-off', use the mauka exit to leave the parking lot.  Again, please be careful and drive slowly in this area.   - S. Ozaki

MORE SENIOR SCHOLARSHIPS

MERRIMAN'S RESTAURANT:  for seniors who plan to become a full-time student in the Food Service program at either the HCC campus or at the UH Center at West Hawaii. Two letters of recommendation required.  Applications available in GRAC.  Value:  2 - $1,050 scholarships.  Deadline:  March 31st.

HILO BUDDHIST FRIENDSHIP SOCIETY:  for seniors whose parent/guardian or self is a member in good standing of the Honpa Hongwanji on the island of Hawaii.  Character and participation in church-related activities considered.  Applications available in GRAC.  Value:  2 - $750 scholarships.  Deadline:  Receipt by April 24th.

HSTA HILO CHAPTER SCHOLARSHIP:  for seniors who have at least one parent belonging to HSTA Hilo Chapter. Academic achievement, resume, personal statement, three letters of reference required.  Applications available in GRAC.  Value:  $600.  Deadline:  Receipt by:  April 16th.

EAST HAWAII DISTRICT TENNIS ASSOCIATION:  for seniors that have shown an interest in playing tennis.  Scholastic record, financial need & two letters of recommendation required.  Applications available in GRAC.  Value:  3 - $500 scholarships.  Deadline:  Receipt by April 19th.

 - T. Kawada

 

 

SPORTS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MEETINGS

DISNEYLAND GRAD NITE  

A meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 3rd, in GRAC, during lunch recess.  All seniors who are planning to attend GRAD NITE at Disneyland should attend. - T. Kawada

BLOOD DRIVE COMMITTEE MEETING

Monday, March 1st during lunch recess in GRAC.  All committee chairs & students interested in helping with the blood drive should attend. - T. Kawada

 

 

FACULTY & STAFF

STUDENT DISMISSAL FOR ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION

Please excuse the following teams and members for athletic travel this week:

Feb. 26-27: Varsity Baseball Team to MIL Tournament

Feb. 25-27: Varsity B. Basketball Team to Honolulu including Laurie Shimizu, Elsa Watanabe, Lezly Kubo, Marissa Nago, Kristan Suwa,

Kehau Hasegawa

Feb. 25-27: Cheerleaders-Angela Gomes, Sheri Higashiona-Ibarra, Brandi Kanehailua, Kristie Manalo, L'orea Simmons, Monique Suda, Tanya Switzer (B. Basketball Tournament)

Feb. 26-27: Swim Team to State Tournament on Maui: Micah Hiramoto, James Linden, Jeremy Pelletier, Bryson Peterson, Ashley Asano, Tamarah Binek, Tara Binek, Noelle Germone, Natasha Ludwig, Whitney Nekoba, Chrissy Sugiyama

Feb. 26-27: Var. G. Basketball to McKinley Invit. Tournament on Oahu-  Shanna Aragaki, Krystelle Garcia, Rachel Kaneta, Samantha Kyota, Celeste Manuia, Ashley Melchor, Marissa Nakamoto, Carrie Sidman, Amanda Yu - K. Yamase

CHANGES TO G. BASKETBALL TO HONOLULU

Add Lauren Miyazono-10th and delete Celeste Manuia-11th. - K. Yamase

DISMISSAL OF CANOE PADDLERS TO OAHU

Please excuse the following members of the canoe paddling team on Friday, 2/27th.  They will be on Oahu for the state championship.  Brandi Akau, Eric Brown, Russell Carvalho, Stallone Chartrand, Kristen Deconte, Atsuki Demizu, Beau Dominquez, Larrae Enriquez, Larry Enriquez, Kekoa Galdeira, Brandi Kamau, Sherri kamau, Serrille Kanuha, Alex Kay, Maikai Kenui, Glenn Kyota, Michael Kyota, Samantha Kyota, Laimana Mauga, David Tahutini, Bradley Tavares - K. Yamase

BIKINI ATOLL PRESENTATION MONDAY

Expecting 4 classes (Dinges, Holani, Pike & Kaleohano) for the presentation during Pd 3 on Monday. Please

report as soon as possible.  It should be a packed house.  This is also a very solemn observance, so I hope your students will behave respectfully. - G. Kobayashi

DATE RAPE CRISIS

A workshop for interested staff or students is being facilitated by Keanuenue Health Education office this week.  You can contact Ms. Deidre Veehala, office manager for reservations or future resources to use in your class.  The contact number is 935-8658 - K. Calina

 

 

Editor:  Brandee Okinaga                                     Last Edited By:  Brandee Okinaga     

 Date:  02/26/2004                                         Edit Date:  02/26/2004