Waiakea High SchoolDaily Bulletin

Bulletin# 130

Monday  March 8,  2004

SY 2003-2004





WHS Students are reminded to obey the following procedures when using the other Waiakea Schools property:  1. Obtain a Complex pass if you travel through the other schools boundaries.  2. Keep away from all buildings  3. Use only the roadways to travel through their property.  4. Follow their rules i.e. No Hats, no loitering and no profanity.  If you refuse to follow these rules then you will be issued a "No Trespass Notice" and HPD will get involved.   - S. Ozaki


HAWAII COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY:  for seniors from East Hawaii who intend to pursue a career in the healing arts.   Copy of FAFSA & two letters of reference required.  Applications available in GRAC.  Value:  3 - $1,000 scholarships.  Deadline:  April 2nd.

KTA/BIIF SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP:  for seniors attending a high school in the BIIB & participating in BIIF sports.  Athletic achievement, academic record, community service considered.  Applications available in GRAC.  Value:  $1,000.  Deadline:  receipt by May 3rd. 

DAVID S. ISHII FOUNDATION:  for seniors who are an active member of a high school golf team.  Financial need may be considered.  Short essay required.  Applications available in GRAC.  Value:  4 - $2,000 grants (2 female & 2 male).  Deadline:  May 1st.

SOCIETY OF THE FRIENDLY SONS OF SAINT PATRICK OF HAWAII:  for seniors who are US citizens & residents of Hawaii.  Scholastic achievement, financial need & extra-curricular activities considered.  Two letters of reference required.  Applications available in GRAC.  Value:  up to $1,500.  Deadline:  April 30th.

 - T. Kawada


JACK & OTOME MIYASHIRO:  for seniors whose parent or legal guardian is a resident of the County of Hawaii.  Two letters of recommendation  & two essays required.  Extra-curricular activities considered.  Applications available in GRAC.  Value:  $2,000.  Deadline:  April 16th.

ALOHA CHAPTER SCHOLARSHIP FUND:  for seniors whose parent is a member of any Uniformed Service of the US, living in Hawaii & enrolling at an institution in Hawaii, or any child or grandchild of a member of the Aloha Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA).  Applications available in GRAC.  Value: $1,000.  Deadline:  receipt by April 30th.

KOREAN UNIVERSITY CLUB:  for seniors who are a resident of Hawaii, a US citizen & at least part Korean.  Applicant must demonstrate financial need and intend to enroll in an accredited college or university in Hawaii.  Applications available in GRAC.  Value:  1 - four year scholarship.  Deadline:  April 10th. - T. Kawada


Anyone interested in performing for May Day (music/hula), please come to an informational meeting on Thursday, March 11, 2004 at morning recess in room C102.  We will be discussing and signing up for audition times.  Mahalo - K. Kaleohano


The 1st of 5 Saturday Schools this semester will be held this Saturday, 3/13, at WHS Cafeteria.  Check with each of your teachers for your actual absence dates.  Know the classes for which you need to earn Saturday School credits.  Must be in line by 8:00 a.m.-NO LATE ENTRY; have a valid ID; dress standards apply; bring work to do. - M. Yamashita


Kevin Hiro, Coast Guard Recruiter, will be in GRAC on Tuesday, March 9th at 10:30 a.m.  Interested Juniors & Seniors should come to GRAC for a pass. - T. Kawada


The March edition of the Tiger Times is being distributed through your sophomore English classes.  See Mrs. Uyeda in C-204 if you did not receive your copy. - K. Uyeda


The Class of 2005 will be hosting their JAGUAR COUNTRY FAIR on March 20 from 10am-2pm at the WHS cafeteria.  There will be a rummage sale, keiki carnival, food, live entertainment, and an ice-cream eating contest sponsored by Living in Paradise.  Come on down and support the junior class in fundraising for colored senior yearbook pictures!

- - - JUNIORS - - - Donations for the rummage sale are being accepted until Wednesday, March 10.  Please drop of donations, such as old clothes, books, dishes, furniture, etc. at Mrs. Poai's (U203), Mrs. Okuna's, or Mrs. Akiona's (counselor's office). - L. TakahashiCAFETERIA OBLIGATIONS

As of today, there is over $1400 outstanding for cafeteria accounts. Oustanding accounts are considered an obligation; all obligations must be cleared in order to participate in SGA or class activities. Payments may be placed in the drop box in the cafeteria.  - M. Yamashita




All girls interested in playing water polo this season are to meet with Coach Lyons on Monday, March 8th @ Kawamoto Pool.  The meeting will start at 3:00pm so please be prompt. - K. Yamase





Meeting on Thursday, March 11, 2004 during morning recess in room C102.  Forms will be distributed for visit with Okinawan students. - K. Kaleohano


Practices for Meet #5 will begin on Tuesday, March 9, and continue to Thursday, March 18.  Practices will be afterschool in room U203 everyday except Wednesdays.  Mandatory practice will on Monday, April 5.  Meet #5 will be on Wednesday, April 7, at Honoka'a High School.  Please pick up permission form from U203 and pay your bus fare if you are going to the last meet. - C. Mizuno





TEACHERS WHO DO NOT HAVE STUDENTS DURING A PERIOD WHEN TESTING IS TAKING PLACE:   Please assist with proctoring in the cafeteria.  Your assistance is greatly appreciated. - T. Kawada


Testing is during Pd. 2 today.  Please send your gr. 10 students to the cafeteria after taking attendance.  Teachers who do not have a pd. 2 class, your assistance in the cafeteria would be greatly appreciated. - T. Kawada


Please continue to remind your students about attendance requirements/outstanding absences on a weekly basis. Mahalo!   - M. Yamashita


Please set a good example for the students by keeping your meal accounts current. Mahalo! - M. Yamashita


Kulea, Bondallion & Ideue, Mari to counselor(02)P Clemmer; DROP Hansford-Delfin, Rusty (9);  Franklin, Leonard Jr (9); Nardick, Diandra (12). - M. Masaki


Class change: Maluo, Danielle-pd 6 (U302). - M. Masaki


Secondary PCNC School's Conference.  March 16, 2004 at Keaau High School Library.

Hawaii Education Association (HEA) scholarships of $1,000 each to educators.

Chaminade University Master of Education (M. Ed) programs.



Editor:  Brandee Okinaga                                     Last Edited By:  Brandee Okinaga     

 Date:  03/05/2004                                         Edit Date:  03/05/2004