Waiakea High School Daily Bulletin

Bulletin# 158

Friday  April 30,  2004

SY 2003-2004


 

                                               

GENERAL

LOST AND FOUND

Any Lost and Found item will be kept for 45 days and then disposed.  If you want to claim or inquire about a lost item, see me at GRAC.  Some found items include:  clothing, shoes, books, watches, jewlery, jackets, sweaters and CD's. - S. Ozaki

HOT DOG/HAMBURGER SALE

The Junior Class will be selling delicious Hot Dogs $1.oo, Hamburgers $1.50 and sodas 50 cents at the May Day Food Fair at E 102.   - L. Okuna

KEY CLUB:

Reminder that today is the deadline to sign-up for K-Family Banquet on May 7.  See Mrs. Sato by 2:30 this afternoon if you plan to go.  Cost is $15.00. - K. Sato

SPANISH CLUB MEMBERS

If you are pre-selling tickets, please turn in all monies today to Senora Fox. - L. Fox

NACHOS! CHILI!

Key Club is selling nachos (only cheese - $1.00 or with chili - $1.50) and chili & rice ($1.50) on Monday for the May Day Food Fair at room D-101, not Q-201 as listed earlier. Come and support the Key Club!! Thank you! - K. Sato

ARE YOU WEARING YOUR CLASS T-SHIRT OR CLASS COLORS TODAY?

If your answer is YES! come to E-103 during morning recess to receive a sweet treat! - D. Tanabe

LUAU REFUND

You may come to HCounselors'  for you "luau refund" today during lunch recess only.

Also refunds will be given out next week Monday, Tues, and Wed. - N. Sumida

LIBRARY CLOSED FOR AP TESTING

The library will be closed for AP Testing from 8 a.m. to 12 noon on Monday, March 3; Wednesday, March 5; Friday, March 7 and Tuesday, May 11.  Please do not send students to the library Pds 1 and 3 on these days.  We need to maintain quiet.  If you need materials for research on these days, please let me know so special arrangements can be made. - G. Kobayashi

FREAKY FROSH DAY

Permission Forms due TODAY, 4/30.  Please turn them in, you can give them to Mrs. Lyman-Mandaloniz or Ms. Malama Yamashita (C-101).   - J. Lyman-Mandaloniz

MAY DAY IS ON MONDAY:

Don't forget to wear your aloha attire and be ready to spread the aloha spirit!  Bring a few dollars for the Food Fair too! - D. Tanabe

TODAY IS CLASS DAY!

All classes are celebrating their class day today!  We  hope you are wearing your class colors and will be participating in the Electric Slide Competition during morning recess.  The class with the most participation and spirit will be awarded a trophy!  Also, come and watch the Pie the Advisor Contest during lunch recess.  If you want a chance to throw a pie, sign up in E-103.  Come on Warriors, show your Warrior spirit! - D. Tanabe

CHANNEL 9 NEWS

Next week tuesday May 4 on channel 9 news at 6 & 10 p.m.  there will be a story about Waiakea High School track and gym.  That will also featuring some of WHS students. - K. Yamase

AP EXAMS

The AP exam schedule is as follows:  Monday, 5/3, English Language & Composition (gr. 11); Wednesday, 5/5, Calculus AB; Thursday, 5/6 English Literature & Composition (gr. 12); Friday, 5/7, US History; Tuesday, 5/11, Chemistry.  Students should report to the library by 8:20 a.m. on the day of their exam(s).  The library will be closed from 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. on testing days. - T. Kawada

 

SCHOLARSHIP

HAWAII SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS:  for seniors with a minimum GPA of 3.3, planning to enroll full-time in an undergraduate degree program accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering & Technology.  Two letters of recommendation, personal statement & transcript required.  Financial need, leadership & participation in extracurricular & community service activities considered.  Applications available in GRAC.  Value:  $1,000.  Deadline:  receipt by 5/14/04 at 4:30 p.m. - T. Kawada

KIWIN'S

Come to Q-103 to sign-up for May Day Clean-Up, Lei Making, and the Installation Banquet.  We are still collecting cans this week.  Also, don't forget to turn in your breakfast money by Friday!  Thanks! - C. Keller

KIWIN'S

Come to Q-103 to sign-up for May Day Clean-Up, Lei Making, and the Installation Banquet.  We are still collecting cans this week.  Also, don't forget to turn in your breakfast money by Friday!  Thanks! - C. Keller

QUESADILLAS

For May Day the Spanish club will be serving traditional Mexican cheese quesadillas with homemade salsa, beans and Mexican rice for $4.00, you can add chicken, chips and/or Mexican koolaid for a $1.00 each.  Get your tickets in advance from a Spanish club member or come by Q-104. - L. Fox

APRIL 30

April 30 is the next due date for library materials.  As we get ready for graduation and the close

of school, it is extremely important for you to return and/or pay for your school obligations.  The

last day for circulation of library materials will be Friday, May 14. - G. Kobayashi

SENIOR CLASS T-SHIRTS

Due to popular demand, another order of the senior class t-shirts will be ordered.  Please place orders with payment to Krystel Hayashi, Ryan Shiroma, or Mrs. Yamamoto (J-Metals), by Friday, April 30.  Cost of the shirts is $13.00 S-XL and $14.00 XXL or larger. - J. Yamamoto

STUDENT PARKING REMINDERS

This is a reminder for all students using WHS parking lot.  The following are rules to follow when parking on school property as stated on the parking permit application: 

1. Parking permit is to be displayed at all times.

2. Park only in marked stalls on the Upper(Student) parking lot.

3. Speed limit is 15 mph on the school campus.  NO exhibitions of speed will be tolerated.

4. The parking lot is OFF-LIMITS to all students during the school day.  Vehicles are not to be used as a school locker.  School                 lockers are available on campus.

5. Report all thefts or vandalism immediately to the administration so that we may assist you in making a police report.            

6. Waiakea High School is not responsible for any damages, vandalism or theft of and from vehicles parked on campus. 

7. Failure to adhere to any rules and/or regulations pertaining to on-campus parking may result in lost of parking privileges for                 one year and/or towing of vehicle at the owner's expense.   - S. Ozaki

SHAVE ICE FOR SALE

Refreshing and delicious shave ice will be on sale daily after school at I-103. - L. Geraci/L. Okuna

PIHANA NA MAMO

Kalua plate preparation is TODAY in I-102 (Mrs. Woo's.)  Have your parents bring your "defrosted" pork butts @ 3:00 p.m. - D. Kotaki

USED BOOK SALE!

Paperbacks, 6 for $1.00 or 20 cents each; hardcovers 5 for $1.00 or 25 cents each.  Library books

are being heavily weeded to get ready for the new carpet.  New books for sale will be added daily.

Come, browse and buy.   Mostly non-fiction for now. - G. Kobayashi

BLANE'S BENTO ON SALE NOW!!!

Buy your Blane's Bento for May 3 and support the Senior class.  On sale now through Friday (4/30), morning & lunch recess in front of E-103.  Pre-sale tickets $4.00. - J. Yamamoto

 

 

 

 

PROJECT GRAD 2004

Registration forms were mailed out recently and senior parents should be receiving, or have already received, them (2 sheets - 1 red & 1 white).  All who register will receive one extra Commencement ticket!  Early registration deadline is May 14, 2004, to have your name put in a drawing for a special grand prize, and to receive an exclusive, student-designed Project Grad 2004 T-shirt.  Final absolute deadline is June 2, 2004.  If you have any questions, see Mrs. Sato in Q-201.   - K. Sato

MAY DAY:

Don't forget to wear your colorful aloha attire on Monday, May 3rd as we celebrate May Day at WHS.  Also, don't forget to bring some money to spend during the Food Fair.   - D. Tanabe

CLASS DAY:

Are you wearing your class colors or class t-shirt?  Come to E-103 during lunch recess and get a treat!  Also, participate in the class competitions during morning and lunch recesses in the quad. - D. Tanabe

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

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

 

 

SPORTS

 

 

MEETINGS

SCIENCE CLUB MAUI FUNDRAISING MEETING

Meet Friday April 30 in B-103 during first recess to discuss our progress on fundraising and our organizational needs. Please be prompt - M. Cahill

ROBOTIC CLUB PICTURE TAKING

Picture taking this Friday, April 30 lunch recess in the rock garden.  - D. Olive

SIERRA STUDENT COALITION

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

 

 

FACULTY & STAFF

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 eligible.  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

 

 

Editor:  Brandee Okinaga                                Last Edited By:  Brandee Okinaga     

Date:  04/29/2004                                          Edit Date:  04/29/2004