Dec. 2, 2021 Daily Menus:
-Kalua Pig w/ Cabbage
-Steamed Brown Rice
If you are interested in health care, please consider taking Foundations of Health Services (formerly Health Core) and Introduction to Public Health (formerly Clinical Health). Successful completion of the two courses will earn a CTE program of completion. See Mrs. Unten in E21 during non-class time for details or if you have questions.
Are you an innovator? Creator? Designer? Builder? Join Engineering Pathway! Take the 1st year course, Foundations of Engineering and then Engineering Tech 1. See Mrs. Unten or Mr. Dang for details. (IF you are a junior inquiring about the classes, see Mrs. Unten to strategize your classes).
Mid Quarter 2 Progress Reports were distributed to students through period 1 class on Wednesday 11/24. If you were absent, please pick up from Registrar's office as soon as possible. If you have any questions on grades, please see your teacher.Registration/Course Selections for next school year!
Underclassmen, Registration is coming in December so get ready. Start talking to your teachers and classmates regarding courses you should be taking next year. Here is the timeline:
•12/1-PTP classes (9th, 10th, 11th)-Teachers will be going over registration materials. Everything will be online including course selections. Be sure you have access to the student portal before 12/1. If you forgot your password, email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org to reset password for you.
•12/2-Virtual Registration Night. If you or your parents need help with selecting courses or have questions, please have your parents log into the virtual meeting. Links will be given with instructions.
•12/8-Deadline to select courses in the Infinite Campus Student Portal. If you do not meet the deadline, courses will be selected and you will forfeit your rights to any changes.
Looking for Volunteers [no art experience necessary]
Boy's Basketball continues to have fall workouts at 6pm to 8pm Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Fall workouts end on December 9th. Please provide the needed paperwork to the trainer's office prior to participating in the workouts. You must be released first.
Tryouts for Junior Varsity and Varsity will be held Monday, December 13th, at 6pm. To tryout, all paperwork and release forms must be turned into the trainer's office. You'll then be presented a release form from the trainer.
The Boy's basketball teams are also looking for Score Keepers and Statisticians. For more information - please email Coach Wally Marciel - email@example.com
Bowl-letin: Up-dates for the Boys bowling team Game 8 high game was Corvey Lee with a 127 and the high series was Corvey Lee with a 365. The KHS bowling team, Corvey Lee, Donavan Tapper, and Shaun Alcover had a successful season. Next week Wednesday on December 1, 2021 at Schofield Lanes 9 AM to 3 PM (6 games) is the OIA Championship for Individuals and Teams. "Congratulations" to Corvey and Donavan, they qualified for this post-season event with the top 60 bowlers from Oahu high schools. Give a shout out to these two Surfriders representing KHS.
Join UH Manoa's College of Engineering Talk Story session to learn about their Bachelor of Science programs in civil, computer, construction (construction management), electrical, and mechanical engineering on Dec. 2 at 7:00 pm or Dec. 5 at 9:00 am. See the flier and click on the session you're interested to sign up for one (or both!) sessions open to all students and their families.
Please support our Senior Project as we collect items to be donated to people in need. Items we are hoping to receive: masks, hand sanitizer, and any other toiletries would be greatly appreciated. Please give donated items to the front office. Mahalo Nui Loa!
Game 5 high game was Donavan Tapper with a 115 and the high series was Donavan Tapper with a 340. Game 6 high game was Corvey Lee with a 136 and the high series was Donavan Tapper with a 355. Game 7 high game was Corvey Lee with a 123 and the high series was Corvey Lee with a 360. Tuesday is last game (Game 8) for the East division then December 1, 2021 begins Post Season (OIA) for the boys bowling team. This is the top 60 bowlers on Oahu.
Looking for a job? Kaneohe Swimming Pool is looking to hire guards and this would be a great opportunity for some of the high school upper classmen (responsible 16 year olds and up). They will be having a lifeguard training certification class during the week of December 20-23, 2021. Please see attached flyer for more information or stop by the CCC during non-class time if you need assistance.
Seniors--now that you've submitted your FAFSA (and if you haven't, please see Mrs. Fraser for assistance), it's time to start your scholarships! Check our scholarship listing (with search websites and individual scholarship listed) and attend the upcoming Scholarship 'Aha for Native Hawaiian students on Nov 10 and Dec. 7.
STUDENTS: Hello Class of 2023!
We finally have the design for our T-shirts, please answer these questions so we can have your input for our Class T-shirt!
Class of 2023 T-Shirt VOTING form:
Mālama After School Classes: Students can still register for Creative Writing, Academic Support/Study Hall, Farm-to-Table Culinary, and Ceramics (coming soon)! Take one, some, or all classes. Snacks will be provided. :) Can't make all classes? No worries! Come when you can! To register and see the most updated list of classes and their scheduled times, visit thepaf.org/kailuahigh. Questions? See Grimble in B-21 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Creative Writing Class Update: The Mālama Creative Writing Class is seeking submissions of creative pieces for our December collection. The theme for this month is IMMORTALITY and the element is METAPHOR. Your piece can use a literal meaning of immortality, a metaphorical meaning, or both. Please submit your piece by December 31st via email at email@example.com. We are also participating in Civilbeat’s Neighborhood Haiku Contest which ends on December 31st. For more information, see Grimble in B21.