Waiakea High School

Daily Bulletin

 

          

 Bulletin# 162

Monday  May 19,  2008

SY 2007-2008

 

                                               

GENERAL

TEEN PREGNANCY PREVENTION MONTH

Sex has consequences.  Did you know. . .The United States has the highest rates of teen pregnancy and births in the western industrialized world.  Teen pregnancy costs the United States at least $9 billion annually.  See Mrs. Yamanaka, U102 if you have questions. - R. Yamanaka

LAST SATURDAY SCHOOL

If you are attending Saturday School on May 24, be sure to bring a picture ID.  NO I.D.- NO ENTRY NO MATTER WHO or WHAT. If you have lost your school ID or driver's license, you may BUY another I.D. at office.  Be there by 8am for the first session.  No Late entries will be allowed.  Remember, only two absences for a single class can be made up on each on this last Saturday. - P. De Morales

"CLAIMING THE BRIGHTEST STAR"

Everyone is invited to attend the Senior Awards on Weds., May 21 at 7:00 pm at our school cafeteria.  This special evening will recognize seniors for their academic excellence and service to our school and community.  In addition, scholarships, department and special awards will be presented at this time.  An awesome slideshow will be shown and light refreshments will also be served. - D. Tanabe

WHS ATHLETIC AWARDS NIGHT  

WHS Athletic Awards will be presented on Thurs. 5/22 at 6:00pm in the Waiakea High Gym. All athletes are invited to attend and collect their certificates.  Athletes are asked to wear their team shirts.    - T. Correa

JAGUARS OF 2010

A class cookbook is being created for our fall fundraiser!  Please submit 2 of your FAVORITE recipes:  one dessert and/or entree/appetizer.  Recipe handouts will be distributed through 10th grade english teachers, Misha Takane, or Ms. Yanagisawa in P4.  - P. Yanagisawa

FREE SAT PREP CLASSES

Once again College Connections will be offering a FREE SAT prep class this summer at Waiakea High School.   June 30-July 11, 8:30 am-12:30pm at the Waiakea High library.  Register on-line at www.collegeconnections.org. - P. Yanagisawa

DECA WARRIOR STORE THANKS YOU!

The Business Academy's DECA Warrior Store is officially CLOSED for the school year.  Thank you to our loyal customers and supportive faculty who have purchased healthy products as an alternative to junk food.  All proceeds will benefit the Cooperative Education Program employer gifts.  Have a great summer! - S. Kojima

MEMORIAL DAY LEI:

All grade levels...this is the final push for Memorial Day lei making.  Students, if you are making ti-leaf lei at home, don't forget to bring them to your respective class head advisor by Thurs. morning, 8:00 a.m.  All lei must be 22-24" in length before tying.  Go Warriors, let's beat the outer-island competition! - D. Tanabe

ONO SNACK PAK:

The Class of 2011 is selling the Ono Snack Pak for $4.50 in E-103.  The pak contains li hing mui, arare, pretzels, gummi bears and chocolate chip cookies.  Support the pandas! - D. Tanabe

STUDENT TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

Pre-registration for school bussing services for the 2008-2009 School Year has started. Handbooks, applications and information on registering are available in the office if you are planning on using the school bus services as a means of transportation to and/or from school next year.  - M. Abraham

PROJECT GRAD

Confirmations were sent out last week to those who registered for Project Grad by the early deadline of 5/09.  If you did not receive yours, check with your Pd. 1 teacher.  Seniors who registered after 5/09 will receive their confirmations by the end of this week.  The final deadline is Thursday, 5/29 by 3:00 pm to Mrs. Sato (Q-201).  If you have any other questions, see Mrs. Sato. - K. Sato

JR. CLASS CANDY LEI MAKING

Juniors come by R202 during lunch on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays for candy lei making. - K. Irie

 

SPORTS

UH RAINBOW SUMMER BASEBALL CAMPS

Anyone interested in attending this year's UH Rainbows Baseball Summer Camps at UH-Manoa are asked to pick up registration forms in E-102 asap.  Three camps will be held at Les Murakami Stadium in July and in August. - G. Mau

 

MEETINGS

JUNIOR CLASS COMMENCEMENT CONCESSION

Meeting today in R-202during lunch recess for all those interested in helping with the Commencement Concession.  Workers needed for Saturday, May 31st.   - T. Kawada