Waiakea High School Daily Bulletin

Bulletin# 153

Friday  April 23,  2004

SY 2003-2004


 

                                               

GENERAL

MAY DAY FOOD FAIR:

Begin planning for May Day's Food Fair on Monday, May 3rd.  Many clubs are selling pre-sale tickets for various food items.  Purchase them early so you don't have to stand in line.  Items being sold are:  Hot dog, gravy burger, Blane's bento, slush, pizza, kalua  plate, Holy Bakery pies, soda, ice cream floats, Close Up (teri pork) bento, ice cream, Braddah Pops, quesadillas, chips & slasa, chili & rice, nachos, Chinese plate, saimin, ice cream floats, and  fresh water pearls.  A few groups will be selling their pre-sale tickets outside of E-103 next week during morning and lunch recesses.   Purchase your presale tickets TODAY! - D. Tanabe

PIHANA NA MAMO

All tickets & ticket monies for fundraisers were due YESTERDAY (4/22.)  If you missed the meeting...return your monies and tickets directly to Mrs. Kotaki in U-302 during first recess today. - D. Kotaki

SENIORS

Cap & Gown Pick Up continues through Friday 4/23 in B-203 during lunch recess.  Obligations must be paid to pick up order.  If orders are not picked up by 4/23, you may  forfeit a Commencement ticket! - J. Kruse

WHS SUMMER SCHOOL

Students who need to make up credits in English, Math, Modern History of Hawai'i, US History and Government need to sign up immediately for these summer classes at WHS.  Don't wait until your senior year and have to scramble in order to graduate.  The electives this summer are: Personal Planning for Work in the Advanced Guidance course, Hula and Conversational Hawaiian (taught together: you choose which credit), Personal Health Strategies (learn how to avoid substance abuse, and live a healthy life), Keyboarding, and a SAT/PSAT test preparation course (some students raise their scores by 100+ points).  Take advantage of the three week opportunity to earn one half credit.  Don't wait until it is too late. - P. De Morales

NHS MEMBERS

There will be a mandatory meeting on Tuesday, April 27, during lunch recess in rm B-101.  We will be setting up reading dates for ROAR, sign-ups for May Day (May 3) clean-up of the gym and nomination for next year's officers.  Please see Mrs. Nekoba if you are unable to attend.   - J. Nekoba

SENIORS

The first senior song practice is for girls only on Wednesday, April 28 at the WHS gym.  Song practice packets were distributed through senior English classes.  If you have not yet received a packet, please see your English teacher.  You need to fill out a ticket with your name and circle the date of practice to enter and receive credit for attending song practice.  If you have lost or forgotten your ticket, you may purchase a replacement ticket for $0.25 from Ms. Kruse at B-203.  Remember to bring the lyrics sheet for the class song (given out with cap & gown orders).  Be prompt.  Doors will be closing at 2 pm.  Late comers will not be allowed to attend practice.  Any questions, see Ms. Kruse.  Mahalo. - J. Kruse

SENIORS

We have a few WHS 2004 Commencement announcements (from Balfour) on sale in B-203 at $2 each during lunch recess only.  First come, first served. Mahalo. - J. Kruse

PRICE BREAK ON SENIOR RETREAT

GREAT NEWS, SENIORS!   The May 14th Senior Service Retreat fee is now only $5!  Hurry to Q204 and pay your $5 fee by May 3rd to save your position. 264 Seniors needed to make this Service Retreat happen! - S. Naungayan

PIZZAS FOR SALE

Calling all Pizza Lovers. Tickets for Delicious Pizza Hut pepperoni and cheese pizza will be sold today through next Friday 4/29 in B 202 and by Sophomore class officers.  Pick-up will be on May 3 in E 103.  Hurry, supply limited.  Presale price is $2.50.  Sophomores.. support your class!!! - C. Corella

SHAVE ICE FOR SALE

Refreshing and delicious shave ice will be on sale from Monday, April 26, after school to about 2:30 p.m., at Room I-103.   - L. Geraci/L. Okuna

SENIOR SERVICE RETREAT

SENIORS:  PLEASE REGISTER AND PAY FOR YOUR SENIOR SERVICE RETREAT BY MAY 3.  SENIOR SERVICE RETREAT WILL BE HELD ON MAY 14TH, AT KMC THIS YEAR.  BRING YOUR REGISTRATION FORMS AND $7.00 FEE TO Q204 DURING RECESS.  264 SENIORS MUST REGISTER AND PAY THE FEE IN ORDER FOR THE SENIOR SERVICE RETREAT TO BE HELD. - S. Naungayan

STATE EMPLOYEES FOOD DRIVE - APRIL 19-30, 2004

The annual food drive is an opportunity for us to pull together as a community and help one another.  Many of those helped by the food banks on all islands are children -our students-and their families.  Your donation of 10 pounds of food or $10 helps feed 118,000 people in Hawaii each week, including 62,000 children.  Please encourage WHS students to contribute also.  DOE goal is 30,000 units (pounds plus dollars).  Monetary donations  (checks only , payable to Hawaii Island Food Bank) and food donations can be turned in to the school office.  Mahalo for your support! - F. Kaauamo

INFECTIOUS PLEASURE

Infectious Pleasure floats (with Root Beer, Pepsi, or Coke) for $1.50 and ice cream sundaes for $2.00 will infect you with pleasure.  Pre-sale tickets can be picked from B201 or any period 3 DECA member.  Pick up Thursday, April 29 during both recesses at B201. - S. Kojima

SATURDAY SCHOOL

The 3rd of 5 Saturday Schools this semester will be held TOMORROW, 4/24, 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

SENIORS

Cap & Gown pick up this week during lunch recess only in B-203...obligations must be cleared. - J. Kruse

NO PARKING AREAS

Students are not allowed to park in the Staff Parking Area adjacent to the Student Parking Lot.  This area is marked clearly with "Staff Parking Only" and fronts the Industrial Arts Classrooms (J-Bldg.).  Another "No Parking Area" is on the "Hamakua end"(North) of the Student Parking Lot.  This area is reserved for the Construction crew working on R-Bldg..  Heavy equipment, building supplies and tools are constantly being loaded/unloaded and moved in this area.  If your vehicle is damaged while parked in this area, the construction company and/or WHS will not be liable.  Vehicles parked in these areas will be warned once and towed away the second. License numbers of illegally parked vehicles have been recorded. - S. Ozaki

KALUA PLATE

Got Pig?!  Pihana Na Mamo students are selling Kalua plate tickets for May Day Ho'olaule'a.  Get your pre-sale tickets for $6.00 from any Pihana Club member or at P-18/ U-302.  Mahalo for supporting Pihana Na Mamo o WHS. - D. Kotaki

SOPHOMORE CLASS T-SHIRT -

ALL SOPHOMORES!  The deadline for turning in your t-shirt orders has been extended until Friday, April 23, 2004!  Please show your spirit and support our class!  The design features wonderful artwork provided by fellow sopohomores.  T-shirts are going for $14.00 pre-sale, so come and drop your order form and payment to Jon Yu or Mrs. Uyeda by the 23rd.  This is your last chance until our Senior year! - K. Uyeda

YOUTH CHALLENGE ACADEMY

Youth Challenge Academy will do an orientation for any interested students/faculty in GRAC on Tuesday, 4/27, at 10:30 a.m.

Youth Challenge Academy targets at-risk ("at-promise") high school students between the ages of 16 -18.  Mission: "To establish a comprehensive intervention program to assist students based on National Guard & DOE requirements.  Objectives: "To provide students the opportunity to satisfactorily complete the Competency-Based High School Equivalecy Diploma Program.  To provide students the opportunity to earn credits to be mainstreamed back to their home school to earn a high school diploma". Please refer interested/appropriate students.  The next class will be admitted on 7/21/04 and is only conducted twice annually. - J. Ching

 

 

SPORTS

 

 

MEETINGS

MAY DAY MEETING

All students participating in this years May Day Program (court, entertainment, committees), there will be a mandatory meeting on Tuesday, April 27, 2004 during morning recess in room C102.  Please see Malama or Pua ASAP if you cannot attend.  Mahalo - K. Kaleohano

SIERRA STUDENT COALITION

meeting today first recess, Q-104 - L. Fox

 

 

FACULTY & STAFF

PIHANA NA MAMO

Tickets are available from Pihana Na Mamo club members or see Mrs. Kotaki in P-18.  Kalua Plate tickets are for May Day Ho'olaule'a on 5/3/04.  Pick-up for Holy Bakery pies will also be done during Ho'olaule'a in D-102 (Mrs. DeMello's room.)  You can purchase tickets up until Friday, April 30.  Mahalo for supporting the Pihana Na Mamo program. - D. Kotaki - D. Kotaki

 GREEN POLE BEANS FOR SALE

Freshly picked Green Pole Beans for sale at $2.00/lb. PESTICIDE FREE. Grown by Ag./FFA students. If interested, place order in my box.  Mahalo. - G. Victorine

CO-ED SOCCER LEAGUE FOR ADULTS

Interested in recreation & sport...come join the Makule co-ed soccer league of Hilo.  No experience necessary, the league is all about exercise and fun.  Males must be 35+ and women 18+ in age to be elligible.  Access the following website for registration and come visit us down on bayfront (Sundays) to check-out the play.  http://www.makulesoccer.com/index.html - K. Calina

DISMISSAL OF BOY'S GOLF TEAM MEMBERS FOR A TOURNAMENT

Please excuse the following golf team members for Friday, April 23rd to participate in a high school golf tournament at Waikaloa:  Stefan Tachibana, Kyle Higuchi, Devan Aburamen, Shaun Sato, Russell Mitsuda, and Kyle Usui. - K. Yamase

 

 

Editor:  Brandee Okinaga                                Last Edited By:  Brandee Okinaga     

Date:  04/22/2004                                          Edit Date:  04/22/2004