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May 31, 2019

posted May 30, 2019, 6:04 PM by Haleigh LeCompte   [ updated May 30, 2019, 6:04 PM ]

Friday, May 31, 2019

Bell Schedule: Extended Wheel 

Countdown to Summer:

0 days!



Cafeteria Monitor: Atonio (Period 4 Students report to cafeteria for duty by 11:00 AM)

*Please send 10 cafeteria monitors and be sure to email all staff with a list of your cafeteria monitors for the day!

For the month of May

Lunch A - 8th Grade 

Lunch B - 7th Grade 

For today’s menu, please click on the menu link on the left side of this webpage.




Week Overview: 
Happy Last Day of School!

Free Camp! Cyber Patriots Camp
When- June 16-21 8:30-11:30
What- Cyber Patriots Camp (Cyber Security, Coding)
Where- Ewa Makai Middle School Rm H14, Snacks provided
Who- You! Open to everyone. No skill needed.
How- email janet.bagby@ewamakai.org or stop by H141 to see Dr. Bagby
 


Reminders: 


Caring For Our Cafeteria 

Please keep our school eating areas clean and safe for all. Clean up after yourself during breakfast, recess, and lunch time. We have noticed students leaving their trays, milk carton, and snack bags on the cafe tables. Also near the microwave students are leaving their rubbish in that area. Keep the cafeteria clean for all to enjoy. Thank you.


NEW ID PROCEDURE

Now Effective

  • Temporary IDs will be given BEFORE school in the Amphitheater.

  • For every three (3) consecutive AND/OR five (5) total temporary IDs given, a new ID will be printed for the student with a $5.00 obligation charged to their school account. An obligation notice will be sent home for each charge.

  • Temporary IDs will be given in the front office once school has officially started (with the same consequences).





Take Care of Our School

Please remember to take care of our school by properly disposing lunch and snack trash.

If we continue to see lunch trays and or trash left behind, lunch procedures will be changed.

If trash continues to be thrown on the hall floors and grounds outside, we will also make the appropriate changes.

Please know that rather than implementing these changes now, we would like to give you the opportunity to make things right.

 


 DRESS CODE

Students are reminded to review the dress code policy in their planners.


  • Student ID tag (clipped to the collar of the shirt with picture visible)
  • Defacing ID tags and wearing last year’s ID tags may result in the need to purchase a new ID.  (Cost: $5.00)
  • If wearing an Ewa Makai Middle School t-shirt the front logo must be visible at all times - unless the jacket has a school logo.   
  • Wearing tights, “shredded” pants, pajama-like pants and/or ID tags backward are unacceptable.
  • Non-Ewa Makai jackets without a front zipper must be worn under the uniform tee shirt.  
  • Ewa Makai jackets with a front zipper are allowed to be zipped up over the uniform tee.

Remember to take care of yourself by being sure you are in proper dress code.  Let's avoid the need for consequences by following these simple expectations.

  

BICYCLE & SKATEBOARD USAGE ON CAMPUS

We do not want any bicycles or skateboards lost or stolen. Therefore, we will begin daily sweeps of both bicycles and skateboard racks. 
Bicycles & Skateboards not locked to the rack will be removed, and students will need to check with the front office to gain access to their bicycle/skateboard.  

Repeat offenders will receive study hall.

1. There is No bicycle and/or skateboard riding on campus-both before and after school. 
2. All bicycles & skateboards should be locked and secured to the racks provided or along the basketball court fence next to the bike racks

Do not secure bicycles/skateboards to the side of our school building.

3.  If the bike racks at the front of the school are full please use the bike racks next to the basketball courts.  

4. Please do not lock your bike to someone else’s. If you do, you will risk your lock being cut or your bike being vandalized.

 

CELL PHONE USAGE

Students, please remember that cell phone usage in school is prohibited.   

If there's a situation that you're concerned about, we must be informed so that the proper follow up and support can be provided. 

If there is a need to contact your parents, your teacher will call and you may be allowed to speak with your parent at that time.  You may also ask the front office to use the phone.

 

HEALTH ROOM

Please remember to practice good health habits by:  
1) Washing your hands   
2) Avoiding close contact with people who are sick 
3) Covering your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve when coughing or sneezing   
4) Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth   
5) Staying at home when you're sick or if you have a fever of 100 degree F or greater. 

May 30, 2019

posted May 29, 2019, 5:14 PM by Haleigh LeCompte   [ updated May 29, 2019, 5:15 PM ]

Thursday, May 30, 2019

Bell Schedule: Periods 4 - 6

Countdown to Summer:

1 days!



Cafeteria Monitor: Atonio (Period 5 Students report to cafeteria for duty by 10:40 AM)

*Please send 10 cafeteria monitors and be sure to email all staff with a list of your cafeteria monitors for the day!

For the month of May

Lunch A - 8th Grade 

Lunch B - 7th Grade 

For today’s menu, please click on the menu link on the left side of this webpage.


Recycling Duty

F wing: Pauly 

E wing: Chu

H wing + Portables: Yorimoto

S.S., Office, D101, Library: Wilson 




Week Overview: 
Happy Last Week of School!

Purchase a Yearbook!
Wishing you had bought a yearbook? There is still time! Stop by the front office today to purchase a yearbook for $35. Get one before they run out!

Next Year Smash Bros Club
Hello everyone, before I say anything else I just wanted to thank everyone that participated in the smash Club tournament. The smash Club is looking for student representatives to lead the club next year. If you are interested please come the library after school today.  - Connor McFarland

Free Camp! Cyber Patriots Camp
When- June 16-21 8:30-11:30
What- Cyber Patriots Camp (Cyber Security, Coding)
Where- Ewa Makai Middle School Rm H14, Snacks provided
Who- You! Open to everyone. No skill needed.
How- email janet.bagby@ewamakai.org or stop by H141 to see Dr. Bagby


 


Reminders: 


Caring For Our Cafeteria 

Please keep our school eating areas clean and safe for all. Clean up after yourself during breakfast, recess, and lunch time. We have noticed students leaving their trays, milk carton, and snack bags on the cafe tables. Also near the microwave students are leaving their rubbish in that area. Keep the cafeteria clean for all to enjoy. Thank you.


NEW ID PROCEDURE

Now Effective

  • Temporary IDs will be given BEFORE school in the Amphitheater.

  • For every three (3) consecutive AND/OR five (5) total temporary IDs given, a new ID will be printed for the student with a $5.00 obligation charged to their school account. An obligation notice will be sent home for each charge.

  • Temporary IDs will be given in the front office once school has officially started (with the same consequences).





Take Care of Our School

Please remember to take care of our school by properly disposing lunch and snack trash.

If we continue to see lunch trays and or trash left behind, lunch procedures will be changed.

If trash continues to be thrown on the hall floors and grounds outside, we will also make the appropriate changes.

Please know that rather than implementing these changes now, we would like to give you the opportunity to make things right.

 


 DRESS CODE

Students are reminded to review the dress code policy in their planners.


  • Student ID tag (clipped to the collar of the shirt with picture visible)
  • Defacing ID tags and wearing last year’s ID tags may result in the need to purchase a new ID.  (Cost: $5.00)
  • If wearing an Ewa Makai Middle School t-shirt the front logo must be visible at all times - unless the jacket has a school logo.   
  • Wearing tights, “shredded” pants, pajama-like pants and/or ID tags backward are unacceptable.
  • Non-Ewa Makai jackets without a front zipper must be worn under the uniform tee shirt.  
  • Ewa Makai jackets with a front zipper are allowed to be zipped up over the uniform tee.

Remember to take care of yourself by being sure you are in proper dress code.  Let's avoid the need for consequences by following these simple expectations.

  

BICYCLE & SKATEBOARD USAGE ON CAMPUS

We do not want any bicycles or skateboards lost or stolen. Therefore, we will begin daily sweeps of both bicycles and skateboard racks. 
Bicycles & Skateboards not locked to the rack will be removed, and students will need to check with the front office to gain access to their bicycle/skateboard.  

Repeat offenders will receive study hall.

1. There is No bicycle and/or skateboard riding on campus-both before and after school. 
2. All bicycles & skateboards should be locked and secured to the racks provided or along the basketball court fence next to the bike racks

Do not secure bicycles/skateboards to the side of our school building.

3.  If the bike racks at the front of the school are full please use the bike racks next to the basketball courts.  

4. Please do not lock your bike to someone else’s. If you do, you will risk your lock being cut or your bike being vandalized.

 

CELL PHONE USAGE

Students, please remember that cell phone usage in school is prohibited.   

If there's a situation that you're concerned about, we must be informed so that the proper follow up and support can be provided. 

If there is a need to contact your parents, your teacher will call and you may be allowed to speak with your parent at that time.  You may also ask the front office to use the phone.

 

HEALTH ROOM

Please remember to practice good health habits by:  
1) Washing your hands   
2) Avoiding close contact with people who are sick 
3) Covering your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve when coughing or sneezing   
4) Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth   
5) Staying at home when you're sick or if you have a fever of 100 degree F or greater. 

May 29, 2019

posted May 29, 2019, 11:09 AM by Haleigh LeCompte

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Bell Schedule: Periods 1 - 3

Countdown to Summer:

2 days!



Cafeteria Monitor: Atonio (Period 2 Students report to cafeteria for duty by 10:40 AM)

*Please send 10 cafeteria monitors and be sure to email all staff with a list of your cafeteria monitors for the day!

For the month of May

Lunch A - 8th Grade 

Lunch B - 7th Grade 

For today’s menu, please click on the menu link on the left side of this webpage.




Week Overview: 
Happy Last Week of School!
 


Reminders: 


Caring For Our Cafeteria 

Please keep our school eating areas clean and safe for all. Clean up after yourself during breakfast, recess, and lunch time. We have noticed students leaving their trays, milk carton, and snack bags on the cafe tables. Also near the microwave students are leaving their rubbish in that area. Keep the cafeteria clean for all to enjoy. Thank you.


NEW ID PROCEDURE

Now Effective

  • Temporary IDs will be given BEFORE school in the Amphitheater.

  • For every three (3) consecutive AND/OR five (5) total temporary IDs given, a new ID will be printed for the student with a $5.00 obligation charged to their school account. An obligation notice will be sent home for each charge.

  • Temporary IDs will be given in the front office once school has officially started (with the same consequences).





Take Care of Our School

Please remember to take care of our school by properly disposing lunch and snack trash.

If we continue to see lunch trays and or trash left behind, lunch procedures will be changed.

If trash continues to be thrown on the hall floors and grounds outside, we will also make the appropriate changes.

Please know that rather than implementing these changes now, we would like to give you the opportunity to make things right.

 


 DRESS CODE

Students are reminded to review the dress code policy in their planners.


  • Student ID tag (clipped to the collar of the shirt with picture visible)
  • Defacing ID tags and wearing last year’s ID tags may result in the need to purchase a new ID.  (Cost: $5.00)
  • If wearing an Ewa Makai Middle School t-shirt the front logo must be visible at all times - unless the jacket has a school logo.   
  • Wearing tights, “shredded” pants, pajama-like pants and/or ID tags backward are unacceptable.
  • Non-Ewa Makai jackets without a front zipper must be worn under the uniform tee shirt.  
  • Ewa Makai jackets with a front zipper are allowed to be zipped up over the uniform tee.

Remember to take care of yourself by being sure you are in proper dress code.  Let's avoid the need for consequences by following these simple expectations.

  

BICYCLE & SKATEBOARD USAGE ON CAMPUS

We do not want any bicycles or skateboards lost or stolen. Therefore, we will begin daily sweeps of both bicycles and skateboard racks. 
Bicycles & Skateboards not locked to the rack will be removed, and students will need to check with the front office to gain access to their bicycle/skateboard.  

Repeat offenders will receive study hall.

1. There is No bicycle and/or skateboard riding on campus-both before and after school. 
2. All bicycles & skateboards should be locked and secured to the racks provided or along the basketball court fence next to the bike racks

Do not secure bicycles/skateboards to the side of our school building.

3.  If the bike racks at the front of the school are full please use the bike racks next to the basketball courts.  

4. Please do not lock your bike to someone else’s. If you do, you will risk your lock being cut or your bike being vandalized.

 

CELL PHONE USAGE

Students, please remember that cell phone usage in school is prohibited.   

If there's a situation that you're concerned about, we must be informed so that the proper follow up and support can be provided. 

If there is a need to contact your parents, your teacher will call and you may be allowed to speak with your parent at that time.  You may also ask the front office to use the phone.

 

HEALTH ROOM

Please remember to practice good health habits by:  
1) Washing your hands   
2) Avoiding close contact with people who are sick 
3) Covering your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve when coughing or sneezing   
4) Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth   
5) Staying at home when you're sick or if you have a fever of 100 degree F or greater. 

May 28, 2019

posted May 28, 2019, 10:08 AM by Haleigh LeCompte   [ updated May 28, 2019, 10:08 AM ]

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Bell Schedule: Periods 4 - 6

Countdown to Summer:

3 days!



Cafeteria Monitor: Takesono (Period 4 Students report to cafeteria for duty by 11:00 AM)

*Please send 10 cafeteria monitors and be sure to email all staff with a list of your cafeteria monitors for the day!

For the month of May

Lunch A - 8th Grade 

Lunch B - 7th Grade 

For today’s menu, please click on the menu link on the left side of this webpage.




Week Overview: 
Happy Last Week of School!
 


Reminders: 


Caring For Our Cafeteria 

Please keep our school eating areas clean and safe for all. Clean up after yourself during breakfast, recess, and lunch time. We have noticed students leaving their trays, milk carton, and snack bags on the cafe tables. Also near the microwave students are leaving their rubbish in that area. Keep the cafeteria clean for all to enjoy. Thank you.


NEW ID PROCEDURE

Now Effective

  • Temporary IDs will be given BEFORE school in the Amphitheater.

  • For every three (3) consecutive AND/OR five (5) total temporary IDs given, a new ID will be printed for the student with a $5.00 obligation charged to their school account. An obligation notice will be sent home for each charge.

  • Temporary IDs will be given in the front office once school has officially started (with the same consequences).





Take Care of Our School

Please remember to take care of our school by properly disposing lunch and snack trash.

If we continue to see lunch trays and or trash left behind, lunch procedures will be changed.

If trash continues to be thrown on the hall floors and grounds outside, we will also make the appropriate changes.

Please know that rather than implementing these changes now, we would like to give you the opportunity to make things right.

 


 DRESS CODE

Students are reminded to review the dress code policy in their planners.


  • Student ID tag (clipped to the collar of the shirt with picture visible)
  • Defacing ID tags and wearing last year’s ID tags may result in the need to purchase a new ID.  (Cost: $5.00)
  • If wearing an Ewa Makai Middle School t-shirt the front logo must be visible at all times - unless the jacket has a school logo.   
  • Wearing tights, “shredded” pants, pajama-like pants and/or ID tags backward are unacceptable.
  • Non-Ewa Makai jackets without a front zipper must be worn under the uniform tee shirt.  
  • Ewa Makai jackets with a front zipper are allowed to be zipped up over the uniform tee.

Remember to take care of yourself by being sure you are in proper dress code.  Let's avoid the need for consequences by following these simple expectations.

  

BICYCLE & SKATEBOARD USAGE ON CAMPUS

We do not want any bicycles or skateboards lost or stolen. Therefore, we will begin daily sweeps of both bicycles and skateboard racks. 
Bicycles & Skateboards not locked to the rack will be removed, and students will need to check with the front office to gain access to their bicycle/skateboard.  

Repeat offenders will receive study hall.

1. There is No bicycle and/or skateboard riding on campus-both before and after school. 
2. All bicycles & skateboards should be locked and secured to the racks provided or along the basketball court fence next to the bike racks

Do not secure bicycles/skateboards to the side of our school building.

3.  If the bike racks at the front of the school are full please use the bike racks next to the basketball courts.  

4. Please do not lock your bike to someone else’s. If you do, you will risk your lock being cut or your bike being vandalized.

 

CELL PHONE USAGE

Students, please remember that cell phone usage in school is prohibited.   

If there's a situation that you're concerned about, we must be informed so that the proper follow up and support can be provided. 

If there is a need to contact your parents, your teacher will call and you may be allowed to speak with your parent at that time.  You may also ask the front office to use the phone.

 

HEALTH ROOM

Please remember to practice good health habits by:  
1) Washing your hands   
2) Avoiding close contact with people who are sick 
3) Covering your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve when coughing or sneezing   
4) Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth   
5) Staying at home when you're sick or if you have a fever of 100 degree F or greater. 

May 24, 2019

posted May 23, 2019, 6:30 PM by Haleigh LeCompte   [ updated May 24, 2019, 10:22 AM ]

Happy Aloha Friday! 

May 24, 2019

Bell Schedule: Periods 1 - 6

Countdown to Summer:

4 days!



Cafeteria Monitor: Nitahara (Period 4 Students report to cafeteria for duty by 11:00 AM)

*Please send 10 cafeteria monitors and be sure to email all staff with a list of your cafeteria monitors for the day!

For the month of May

Lunch A - 8th Grade 

Lunch B - 7th Grade 

For today’s menu, please click on the menu link on the left side of this webpage.




Week Overview: 

No School Monday!
This Monday is Memorial Day. There will be no school.

JCHS Colors + Mascot Results!
Hi EMMS 8th Graders! The results are in: the combined vote totals between our school and Ilima were tallied and the official mascot for the freshman class of JCHS next year will be the black panthers, while the class color will be purple!
Thanks to all who voted!


EMMS School Supply Drive Ends Today!
Do you have any extra unused or gently used school supplies? If you do, be generous and donate to the 2019 EMMS School Supply Drive! This will help the next group of Ewa Makai Students succeed in the year to come. The drop off boxes are located in the Cafeteria, E Wing, and F Wing and we will be collecting supplies May 13-24. 
Thank you for your support! 
 


Reminders: 


Caring For Our Cafeteria 

Please keep our school eating areas clean and safe for all. Clean up after yourself during breakfast, recess, and lunch time. We have noticed students leaving their trays, milk carton, and snack bags on the cafe tables. Also near the microwave students are leaving their rubbish in that area. Keep the cafeteria clean for all to enjoy. Thank you.


NEW ID PROCEDURE

Now Effective

  • Temporary IDs will be given BEFORE school in the Amphitheater.

  • For every three (3) consecutive AND/OR five (5) total temporary IDs given, a new ID will be printed for the student with a $5.00 obligation charged to their school account. An obligation notice will be sent home for each charge.

  • Temporary IDs will be given in the front office once school has officially started (with the same consequences).





Take Care of Our School

Please remember to take care of our school by properly disposing lunch and snack trash.

If we continue to see lunch trays and or trash left behind, lunch procedures will be changed.

If trash continues to be thrown on the hall floors and grounds outside, we will also make the appropriate changes.

Please know that rather than implementing these changes now, we would like to give you the opportunity to make things right.

 


 DRESS CODE

Students are reminded to review the dress code policy in their planners.


  • Student ID tag (clipped to the collar of the shirt with picture visible)
  • Defacing ID tags and wearing last year’s ID tags may result in the need to purchase a new ID.  (Cost: $5.00)
  • If wearing an Ewa Makai Middle School t-shirt the front logo must be visible at all times - unless the jacket has a school logo.   
  • Wearing tights, “shredded” pants, pajama-like pants and/or ID tags backward are unacceptable.
  • Non-Ewa Makai jackets without a front zipper must be worn under the uniform tee shirt.  
  • Ewa Makai jackets with a front zipper are allowed to be zipped up over the uniform tee.

Remember to take care of yourself by being sure you are in proper dress code.  Let's avoid the need for consequences by following these simple expectations.

  

BICYCLE & SKATEBOARD USAGE ON CAMPUS

We do not want any bicycles or skateboards lost or stolen. Therefore, we will begin daily sweeps of both bicycles and skateboard racks. 
Bicycles & Skateboards not locked to the rack will be removed, and students will need to check with the front office to gain access to their bicycle/skateboard.  

Repeat offenders will receive study hall.

1. There is No bicycle and/or skateboard riding on campus-both before and after school. 
2. All bicycles & skateboards should be locked and secured to the racks provided or along the basketball court fence next to the bike racks

Do not secure bicycles/skateboards to the side of our school building.

3.  If the bike racks at the front of the school are full please use the bike racks next to the basketball courts.  

4. Please do not lock your bike to someone else’s. If you do, you will risk your lock being cut or your bike being vandalized.

 

CELL PHONE USAGE

Students, please remember that cell phone usage in school is prohibited.   

If there's a situation that you're concerned about, we must be informed so that the proper follow up and support can be provided. 

If there is a need to contact your parents, your teacher will call and you may be allowed to speak with your parent at that time.  You may also ask the front office to use the phone.

 

HEALTH ROOM

Please remember to practice good health habits by:  
1) Washing your hands   
2) Avoiding close contact with people who are sick 
3) Covering your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve when coughing or sneezing   
4) Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth   
5) Staying at home when you're sick or if you have a fever of 100 degree F or greater. 

May 23, 2019

posted May 23, 2019, 11:16 AM by Haleigh LeCompte   [ updated May 23, 2019, 11:18 AM ]

Thursday, May 23, 2019

Bell Schedule: Periods 4 - 6

Countdown to Summer:

5 days!



Cafeteria MonitorNitahara (Period 5 Students report to cafeteria for duty by 10:40 AM)

*Please send 10 cafeteria monitors and be sure to email all staff with a list of your cafeteria monitors for the day!

For the month of May

Lunch A - 8th Grade 

Lunch B - 7th Grade 

For today’s menu, please click on the menu link on the left side of this webpage.


Recycling Duty 

F wing: Nekomoto

E Wing: Frazier

H wing + Portables: Routon

S.S, Office, D101, Library: Watanabe



Week Overview: 

JCHS Colors + Mascot Results!
Hi EMMS 8th Graders! The results are in: the combined vote totals between our school and Ilima were tallied and the official mascot for the freshman class of JCHS next year will be the black panthers, while the class color will be purple!
Thanks to all who voted!


EMMS School Supply Drive Ends Tomorrow!
Do you have any extra unused or gently used school supplies? If you do, be generous and donate to the 2019 EMMS School Supply Drive! This will help the next group of Ewa Makai Students succeed in the year to come. The drop off boxes are located in the Cafeteria, E Wing, and F Wing and we will be collecting supplies May 13-24. 
Thank you for your support! 
 

Reminders: 


Caring For Our Cafeteria 

Please keep our school eating areas clean and safe for all. Clean up after yourself during breakfast, recess, and lunch time. We have noticed students leaving their trays, milk carton, and snack bags on the cafe tables. Also near the microwave students are leaving their rubbish in that area. Keep the cafeteria clean for all to enjoy. Thank you.


NEW ID PROCEDURE

Now Effective

  • Temporary IDs will be given BEFORE school in the Amphitheater.

  • For every three (3) consecutive AND/OR five (5) total temporary IDs given, a new ID will be printed for the student with a $5.00 obligation charged to their school account. An obligation notice will be sent home for each charge.

  • Temporary IDs will be given in the front office once school has officially started (with the same consequences).





Take Care of Our School

Please remember to take care of our school by properly disposing lunch and snack trash.

If we continue to see lunch trays and or trash left behind, lunch procedures will be changed.

If trash continues to be thrown on the hall floors and grounds outside, we will also make the appropriate changes.

Please know that rather than implementing these changes now, we would like to give you the opportunity to make things right.

 


 DRESS CODE

Students are reminded to review the dress code policy in their planners.


  • Student ID tag (clipped to the collar of the shirt with picture visible)
  • Defacing ID tags and wearing last year’s ID tags may result in the need to purchase a new ID.  (Cost: $5.00)
  • If wearing an Ewa Makai Middle School t-shirt the front logo must be visible at all times - unless the jacket has a school logo.   
  • Wearing tights, “shredded” pants, pajama-like pants and/or ID tags backward are unacceptable.
  • Non-Ewa Makai jackets without a front zipper must be worn under the uniform tee shirt.  
  • Ewa Makai jackets with a front zipper are allowed to be zipped up over the uniform tee.

Remember to take care of yourself by being sure you are in proper dress code.  Let's avoid the need for consequences by following these simple expectations.

  

BICYCLE & SKATEBOARD USAGE ON CAMPUS

We do not want any bicycles or skateboards lost or stolen. Therefore, we will begin daily sweeps of both bicycles and skateboard racks. 
Bicycles & Skateboards not locked to the rack will be removed, and students will need to check with the front office to gain access to their bicycle/skateboard.  

Repeat offenders will receive study hall.

1. There is No bicycle and/or skateboard riding on campus-both before and after school. 
2. All bicycles & skateboards should be locked and secured to the racks provided or along the basketball court fence next to the bike racks

Do not secure bicycles/skateboards to the side of our school building.

3.  If the bike racks at the front of the school are full please use the bike racks next to the basketball courts.  

4. Please do not lock your bike to someone else’s. If you do, you will risk your lock being cut or your bike being vandalized.

 

CELL PHONE USAGE

Students, please remember that cell phone usage in school is prohibited.   

If there's a situation that you're concerned about, we must be informed so that the proper follow up and support can be provided. 

If there is a need to contact your parents, your teacher will call and you may be allowed to speak with your parent at that time.  You may also ask the front office to use the phone.

 

HEALTH ROOM

Please remember to practice good health habits by:  
1) Washing your hands   
2) Avoiding close contact with people who are sick 
3) Covering your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve when coughing or sneezing   
4) Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth   
5) Staying at home when you're sick or if you have a fever of 100 degree F or greater. 

May 22, 2019

posted May 22, 2019, 10:06 AM by Haleigh LeCompte   [ updated May 22, 2019, 10:18 AM ]

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Bell Schedule: Periods 1 - 3

Countdown to Summer:

6 days!



Cafeteria Monitor: Atonio (Period 2 Students report to cafeteria for duty by 10:40 AM)

*Please send 10 cafeteria monitors and be sure to email all staff with a list of your cafeteria monitors for the day!

For the month of May

Lunch A - 8th Grade 

Lunch B - 7th Grade 

For today’s menu, please click on the menu link on the left side of this webpage.



Week Overview: 

JCHS Colors + Mascot Results!
Hi EMMS 8th Graders! The results are in: the combined vote totals between our school and Ilima were tallied and the official mascot for the freshman class of JCHS next year will be the black panthers, while the class color will be purple!
Thanks to all who voted!

Smash Bros Tournament Today!
Hello everyone! The Super Smash Brothers Club is giving a reminder for all the participants that the tournament will be after school today! Sorry, sign ups are already closed.
The tournament will start ten minutes after the bell rings, so make sure to arrive before this time so you get your spot in bracket.
Remember, if you want to play with a pro controller, you may have to bring your own for the tournament.

See you there!

EMMS School Supply Drive 
Do you have any extra unused or gently used school supplies? If you do, be generous and donate to the 2019 EMMS School Supply Drive! This will help the next group of Ewa Makai Students succeed in the year to come. The drop off boxes are located in the Cafeteria, E Wing, and F Wing and we will be collecting supplies May 13-24. 
Thank you for your support! 
 

Reminders: 


Caring For Our Cafeteria 

Please keep our school eating areas clean and safe for all. Clean up after yourself during breakfast, recess, and lunch time. We have noticed students leaving their trays, milk carton, and snack bags on the cafe tables. Also near the microwave students are leaving their rubbish in that area. Keep the cafeteria clean for all to enjoy. Thank you.


NEW ID PROCEDURE

Now Effective

  • Temporary IDs will be given BEFORE school in the Amphitheater.

  • For every three (3) consecutive AND/OR five (5) total temporary IDs given, a new ID will be printed for the student with a $5.00 obligation charged to their school account. An obligation notice will be sent home for each charge.

  • Temporary IDs will be given in the front office once school has officially started (with the same consequences).





Take Care of Our School

Please remember to take care of our school by properly disposing lunch and snack trash.

If we continue to see lunch trays and or trash left behind, lunch procedures will be changed.

If trash continues to be thrown on the hall floors and grounds outside, we will also make the appropriate changes.

Please know that rather than implementing these changes now, we would like to give you the opportunity to make things right.

 


 DRESS CODE

Students are reminded to review the dress code policy in their planners.


  • Student ID tag (clipped to the collar of the shirt with picture visible)
  • Defacing ID tags and wearing last year’s ID tags may result in the need to purchase a new ID.  (Cost: $5.00)
  • If wearing an Ewa Makai Middle School t-shirt the front logo must be visible at all times - unless the jacket has a school logo.   
  • Wearing tights, “shredded” pants, pajama-like pants and/or ID tags backward are unacceptable.
  • Non-Ewa Makai jackets without a front zipper must be worn under the uniform tee shirt.  
  • Ewa Makai jackets with a front zipper are allowed to be zipped up over the uniform tee.

Remember to take care of yourself by being sure you are in proper dress code.  Let's avoid the need for consequences by following these simple expectations.

  

BICYCLE & SKATEBOARD USAGE ON CAMPUS

We do not want any bicycles or skateboards lost or stolen. Therefore, we will begin daily sweeps of both bicycles and skateboard racks. 
Bicycles & Skateboards not locked to the rack will be removed, and students will need to check with the front office to gain access to their bicycle/skateboard.  

Repeat offenders will receive study hall.

1. There is No bicycle and/or skateboard riding on campus-both before and after school. 
2. All bicycles & skateboards should be locked and secured to the racks provided or along the basketball court fence next to the bike racks

Do not secure bicycles/skateboards to the side of our school building.

3.  If the bike racks at the front of the school are full please use the bike racks next to the basketball courts.  

4. Please do not lock your bike to someone else’s. If you do, you will risk your lock being cut or your bike being vandalized.

 

CELL PHONE USAGE

Students, please remember that cell phone usage in school is prohibited.   

If there's a situation that you're concerned about, we must be informed so that the proper follow up and support can be provided. 

If there is a need to contact your parents, your teacher will call and you may be allowed to speak with your parent at that time.  You may also ask the front office to use the phone.

 

HEALTH ROOM

Please remember to practice good health habits by:  
1) Washing your hands   
2) Avoiding close contact with people who are sick 
3) Covering your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve when coughing or sneezing   
4) Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth   
5) Staying at home when you're sick or if you have a fever of 100 degree F or greater. 

May 21, 2019

posted May 20, 2019, 5:39 PM by Haleigh LeCompte   [ updated May 21, 2019, 10:13 AM ]

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Bell Schedule: Periods 4 - 6

Countdown to Summer:

7 days!



Cafeteria MonitorAtonio (Period 5 Students report to cafeteria for duty by 11:00 AM)

*Please send 10 cafeteria monitors and be sure to email all staff with a list of your cafeteria monitors for the day!

For the month of May

Lunch A - 8th Grade 

Lunch B - 7th Grade 

For today’s menu, please click on the menu link on the left side of this webpage.



Week Overview: 

Smash Bros Tournament 
Hello everyone! The Super Smash Brothers Club is giving a reminder for all the participants that the tournament will be after school this Wednesday. Sorry, sign ups are already closed.
The tournament will start ten minutes after the bell rings, so make sure to arrive before this time so you get your spot in bracket.
Remember, if you want to play with a pro controller, you may have to bring your own for the tournament.

See you there!

EMMS School Supply Drive 
Do you have any extra unused or gently used school supplies? If you do, be generous and donate to the 2019 EMMS School Supply Drive! This will help the next group of Ewa Makai Students succeed in the year to come. The drop off boxes are located in the Cafeteria, E Wing, and F Wing and we will be collecting supplies May 13-24. 
Thank you for your support! 
 

Reminders: 


Caring For Our Cafeteria 

Please keep our school eating areas clean and safe for all. Clean up after yourself during breakfast, recess, and lunch time. We have noticed students leaving their trays, milk carton, and snack bags on the cafe tables. Also near the microwave students are leaving their rubbish in that area. Keep the cafeteria clean for all to enjoy. Thank you.


NEW ID PROCEDURE

Now Effective

  • Temporary IDs will be given BEFORE school in the Amphitheater.

  • For every three (3) consecutive AND/OR five (5) total temporary IDs given, a new ID will be printed for the student with a $5.00 obligation charged to their school account. An obligation notice will be sent home for each charge.

  • Temporary IDs will be given in the front office once school has officially started (with the same consequences).





Take Care of Our School

Please remember to take care of our school by properly disposing lunch and snack trash.

If we continue to see lunch trays and or trash left behind, lunch procedures will be changed.

If trash continues to be thrown on the hall floors and grounds outside, we will also make the appropriate changes.

Please know that rather than implementing these changes now, we would like to give you the opportunity to make things right.

 


 DRESS CODE

Students are reminded to review the dress code policy in their planners.


  • Student ID tag (clipped to the collar of the shirt with picture visible)
  • Defacing ID tags and wearing last year’s ID tags may result in the need to purchase a new ID.  (Cost: $5.00)
  • If wearing an Ewa Makai Middle School t-shirt the front logo must be visible at all times - unless the jacket has a school logo.   
  • Wearing tights, “shredded” pants, pajama-like pants and/or ID tags backward are unacceptable.
  • Non-Ewa Makai jackets without a front zipper must be worn under the uniform tee shirt.  
  • Ewa Makai jackets with a front zipper are allowed to be zipped up over the uniform tee.

Remember to take care of yourself by being sure you are in proper dress code.  Let's avoid the need for consequences by following these simple expectations.

  

BICYCLE & SKATEBOARD USAGE ON CAMPUS

We do not want any bicycles or skateboards lost or stolen. Therefore, we will begin daily sweeps of both bicycles and skateboard racks. 
Bicycles & Skateboards not locked to the rack will be removed, and students will need to check with the front office to gain access to their bicycle/skateboard.  

Repeat offenders will receive study hall.

1. There is No bicycle and/or skateboard riding on campus-both before and after school. 
2. All bicycles & skateboards should be locked and secured to the racks provided or along the basketball court fence next to the bike racks

Do not secure bicycles/skateboards to the side of our school building.

3.  If the bike racks at the front of the school are full please use the bike racks next to the basketball courts.  

4. Please do not lock your bike to someone else’s. If you do, you will risk your lock being cut or your bike being vandalized.

 

CELL PHONE USAGE

Students, please remember that cell phone usage in school is prohibited.   

If there's a situation that you're concerned about, we must be informed so that the proper follow up and support can be provided. 

If there is a need to contact your parents, your teacher will call and you may be allowed to speak with your parent at that time.  You may also ask the front office to use the phone.

 

HEALTH ROOM

Please remember to practice good health habits by:  
1) Washing your hands   
2) Avoiding close contact with people who are sick 
3) Covering your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve when coughing or sneezing   
4) Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth   
5) Staying at home when you're sick or if you have a fever of 100 degree F or greater. 

May 21, 2019

posted May 20, 2019, 5:38 PM by Haleigh LeCompte

Tuesday, May 20, 2019

Bell Schedule: Periods 4 - 6

Countdown to Summer:

7 days!



Cafeteria MonitorAtonio (Period 5 Students report to cafeteria for duty by 11:00 AM)

*Please send 10 cafeteria monitors and be sure to email all staff with a list of your cafeteria monitors for the day!

For the month of May

Lunch A - 8th Grade 

Lunch B - 7th Grade 

For today’s menu, please click on the menu link on the left side of this webpage.



Week Overview: 

Smash Bros Tournament 
Hello everyone! The Super Smash Brothers Club is giving a reminder for all the participants that the tournament will be after school this Wednesday. Sorry, sign ups are already closed.
The tournament will start ten minutes after the bell rings, so make sure to arrive before this time so you get your spot in bracket.
Remember, if you want to play with a pro controller, you may have to bring your own for the tournament.

See you there!

EMMS School Supply Drive 
Do you have any extra unused or gently used school supplies? If you do, be generous and donate to the 2019 EMMS School Supply Drive! This will help the next group of Ewa Makai Students succeed in the year to come. The drop off boxes are located in the Cafeteria, E Wing, and F Wing and we will be collecting supplies May 13-24. 
Thank you for your support! 
 


Career Cafe Sign Ups

Hello EMMS students! Reminder that you can sign up to attend a variety of future sessions using this link.  

Below is the "Menu" for the coming months:




Caring For Our Cafeteria 

Please keep our school eating areas clean and safe for all. Clean up after yourself during breakfast, recess, and lunch time. We have noticed students leaving their trays, milk carton, and snack bags on the cafe tables. Also near the microwave students are leaving their rubbish in that area. Keep the cafeteria clean for all to enjoy. Thank you.


NEW ID PROCEDURE

Now Effective

  • Temporary IDs will be given BEFORE school in the Amphitheater.

  • For every three (3) consecutive AND/OR five (5) total temporary IDs given, a new ID will be printed for the student with a $5.00 obligation charged to their school account. An obligation notice will be sent home for each charge.

  • Temporary IDs will be given in the front office once school has officially started (with the same consequences).





Take Care of Our School

Please remember to take care of our school by properly disposing lunch and snack trash.

If we continue to see lunch trays and or trash left behind, lunch procedures will be changed.

If trash continues to be thrown on the hall floors and grounds outside, we will also make the appropriate changes.

Please know that rather than implementing these changes now, we would like to give you the opportunity to make things right.

 


 DRESS CODE

Students are reminded to review the dress code policy in their planners.


  • Student ID tag (clipped to the collar of the shirt with picture visible)
  • Defacing ID tags and wearing last year’s ID tags may result in the need to purchase a new ID.  (Cost: $5.00)
  • If wearing an Ewa Makai Middle School t-shirt the front logo must be visible at all times - unless the jacket has a school logo.   
  • Wearing tights, “shredded” pants, pajama-like pants and/or ID tags backward are unacceptable.
  • Non-Ewa Makai jackets without a front zipper must be worn under the uniform tee shirt.  
  • Ewa Makai jackets with a front zipper are allowed to be zipped up over the uniform tee.

Remember to take care of yourself by being sure you are in proper dress code.  Let's avoid the need for consequences by following these simple expectations.

  

BICYCLE & SKATEBOARD USAGE ON CAMPUS

We do not want any bicycles or skateboards lost or stolen. Therefore, we will begin daily sweeps of both bicycles and skateboard racks. 
Bicycles & Skateboards not locked to the rack will be removed, and students will need to check with the front office to gain access to their bicycle/skateboard.  

Repeat offenders will receive study hall.

1. There is No bicycle and/or skateboard riding on campus-both before and after school. 
2. All bicycles & skateboards should be locked and secured to the racks provided or along the basketball court fence next to the bike racks

Do not secure bicycles/skateboards to the side of our school building.

3.  If the bike racks at the front of the school are full please use the bike racks next to the basketball courts.  

4. Please do not lock your bike to someone else’s. If you do, you will risk your lock being cut or your bike being vandalized.

 

CELL PHONE USAGE

Students, please remember that cell phone usage in school is prohibited.   

If there's a situation that you're concerned about, we must be informed so that the proper follow up and support can be provided. 

If there is a need to contact your parents, your teacher will call and you may be allowed to speak with your parent at that time.  You may also ask the front office to use the phone.

 

HEALTH ROOM

Please remember to practice good health habits by:  
1) Washing your hands   
2) Avoiding close contact with people who are sick 
3) Covering your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve when coughing or sneezing   
4) Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth   
5) Staying at home when you're sick or if you have a fever of 100 degree F or greater. 

May 21, 2019

posted May 20, 2019, 5:38 PM by Haleigh LeCompte

Tuesday, May 20, 2019

Bell Schedule: Periods 4 - 6

Countdown to Summer:

7 days!



Cafeteria MonitorShinn (Period 2 Students report to cafeteria for duty by 11:00 AM)

*Please send 10 cafeteria monitors and be sure to email all staff with a list of your cafeteria monitors for the day!

For the month of May

Lunch A - 8th Grade 

Lunch B - 7th Grade 

For today’s menu, please click on the menu link on the left side of this webpage.



Week Overview: 

Smash Bros Tournament 
Hello everyone! The Super Smash Brothers Club is giving a reminder for all the participants that the tournament will be after school this Wednesday. Sorry, sign ups are already closed.
The tournament will start ten minutes after the bell rings, so make sure to arrive before this time so you get your spot in bracket.
Remember, if you want to play with a pro controller, you may have to bring your own for the tournament.

See you there!

EMMS School Supply Drive 
Do you have any extra unused or gently used school supplies? If you do, be generous and donate to the 2019 EMMS School Supply Drive! This will help the next group of Ewa Makai Students succeed in the year to come. The drop off boxes are located in the Cafeteria, E Wing, and F Wing and we will be collecting supplies May 13-24. 
Thank you for your support! 
 


Career Cafe Sign Ups

Hello EMMS students! Reminder that you can sign up to attend a variety of future sessions using this link.  

Below is the "Menu" for the coming months:




Caring For Our Cafeteria 

Please keep our school eating areas clean and safe for all. Clean up after yourself during breakfast, recess, and lunch time. We have noticed students leaving their trays, milk carton, and snack bags on the cafe tables. Also near the microwave students are leaving their rubbish in that area. Keep the cafeteria clean for all to enjoy. Thank you.


NEW ID PROCEDURE

Now Effective

  • Temporary IDs will be given BEFORE school in the Amphitheater.

  • For every three (3) consecutive AND/OR five (5) total temporary IDs given, a new ID will be printed for the student with a $5.00 obligation charged to their school account. An obligation notice will be sent home for each charge.

  • Temporary IDs will be given in the front office once school has officially started (with the same consequences).





Take Care of Our School

Please remember to take care of our school by properly disposing lunch and snack trash.

If we continue to see lunch trays and or trash left behind, lunch procedures will be changed.

If trash continues to be thrown on the hall floors and grounds outside, we will also make the appropriate changes.

Please know that rather than implementing these changes now, we would like to give you the opportunity to make things right.

 


 DRESS CODE

Students are reminded to review the dress code policy in their planners.


  • Student ID tag (clipped to the collar of the shirt with picture visible)
  • Defacing ID tags and wearing last year’s ID tags may result in the need to purchase a new ID.  (Cost: $5.00)
  • If wearing an Ewa Makai Middle School t-shirt the front logo must be visible at all times - unless the jacket has a school logo.   
  • Wearing tights, “shredded” pants, pajama-like pants and/or ID tags backward are unacceptable.
  • Non-Ewa Makai jackets without a front zipper must be worn under the uniform tee shirt.  
  • Ewa Makai jackets with a front zipper are allowed to be zipped up over the uniform tee.

Remember to take care of yourself by being sure you are in proper dress code.  Let's avoid the need for consequences by following these simple expectations.

  

BICYCLE & SKATEBOARD USAGE ON CAMPUS

We do not want any bicycles or skateboards lost or stolen. Therefore, we will begin daily sweeps of both bicycles and skateboard racks. 
Bicycles & Skateboards not locked to the rack will be removed, and students will need to check with the front office to gain access to their bicycle/skateboard.  

Repeat offenders will receive study hall.

1. There is No bicycle and/or skateboard riding on campus-both before and after school. 
2. All bicycles & skateboards should be locked and secured to the racks provided or along the basketball court fence next to the bike racks

Do not secure bicycles/skateboards to the side of our school building.

3.  If the bike racks at the front of the school are full please use the bike racks next to the basketball courts.  

4. Please do not lock your bike to someone else’s. If you do, you will risk your lock being cut or your bike being vandalized.

 

CELL PHONE USAGE

Students, please remember that cell phone usage in school is prohibited.   

If there's a situation that you're concerned about, we must be informed so that the proper follow up and support can be provided. 

If there is a need to contact your parents, your teacher will call and you may be allowed to speak with your parent at that time.  You may also ask the front office to use the phone.

 

HEALTH ROOM

Please remember to practice good health habits by:  
1) Washing your hands   
2) Avoiding close contact with people who are sick 
3) Covering your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve when coughing or sneezing   
4) Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth   
5) Staying at home when you're sick or if you have a fever of 100 degree F or greater. 

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