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Donations for Leadership Camp

posted May 17, 2017, 2:22 PM by Aladdin Roque-Dangaran

Aloha Parents and Students,

As the school year draws to an end.  I wanted to take this time on behalf of the LHS Band Boosters, to thank each and every one of you for making it a successfully memorable one.  We couldn't have done it without your help.  


We hope you all take the time during the summer to refresh and recharge!  In preparation for the 2017-2018 school year, much is already underway to set the stage for another exciting event filled year for our band program.  To kick everything off, LHS band leadership students will be holding their annual leadership camp, where planning and organizations begins for everything from selecting new officers/committees to the marching band performances.


To help defray the cost of the camp, we are seeking donations from family and community organizations.  The following is a list of items on our wish list.  Please drop off to Aladdin at the band room no later than Friday, May 26th if you are able to help us by donating.



Thank you very much!

Carrie Jyo
LHS Band Booster President

GroceryQuantity Needed
Costco Rolls100
Rice2x 50lb bags
Eggs30 Dozens
Spam18 cans
CerealVariety 3 boxes
Milk 3 Gal
Pog 3 Gal
Vienna Sausage2 boxes of 24
Shoyu1 Gal
Oyster Sauce1 big can
Carrots1 Bag of carrots
Green Onions1
Portuguese Sausage3 Packets of 4
Tuna1 Large Can of Tuna
Box of Chipsenough for 50 people
Peanut butter and jelly1 pack of each
Mayo1 Gal
Bread5 bags of 2
Corn6 Cans
ButterA whole big tub
Toss Salad4 Containers pending
DressingAny kind
Onions1 Bag
Hot Dogs3 Packs
Yaki soba noodles5 packs
Pork Butt20 lbs.

LHS Band Spring Concert 2017 Performance Letter Updated

posted Apr 20, 2017, 7:18 PM by Alan Kinoshita   [ updated May 11, 2017, 2:51 PM ]

Aloha Parents/Guardians:

Due to a schedule conflict we must adjust our Spring Concert timeline for Wednesday, May 10, 2017 at the Pearl City Cultural Center. All students should arrive in their respective uniform and must provide their own transportation to and from the event. The Band room will be open after school until 4:00 pm to pick up instruments and coats. Percussion please be at the bandroom at 2:00 pm to load your instruments. All performers must arrive at the auditorium by 6:30 pm, doors will open to the public at 7:15 pm, concert begins at 7:30 pm. The following groups are required to attend:

Beginning Band (Period 1) Uniform – White buttoned down collar dress shirt, short sleeve, black long pants (no skinny jeans or capris), black socks and all black shoes. If wearing a belt, it must be black.  

Advanced Band (Period 7) Uniform - Yellow polo shirt, white long pants (no skinny jeans or capris), White socks and white Dinkle shoes. If wearing a belt, it must be white. If playing with Symphonic, you will have time to change.

Symphonic Band (Period 2 & 5) Uniform - Boys, white collared dress shirt, black bow tie, white long pants (no skinny jeans or capris), white socks and white Dinkle shoes. Girls, white turtleneck white long pants (no skinny jeans or capris), white socks and white Dinkle shoes. Green concert blazers will be issued that day. Please make sure they return them after the concert. If wearing a belt, it must be white.

Please note tickets will say 6:30pm start please change it to 7:30pm. A letter from the auditorium director is included on the back of this sheet. We are all sorry for the inconvience!


If you need to order tickets please use the form below and return with payment.


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Child’s Name:_______________________________________________________


# of tickets _______ x $5.00 (will be $7 at the door)= $______ (Children 5 & under free)


Please make all checks payable to: LHS Band




Aloha Parents/Guardians:

The Leilehua High School Bands will be having their Spring Concert on Wednesday, May 10, 2017 at the Pearl City Cultural Center. All students should arrive in their respective uniform and must provide their own transportation to and from the event. The Band room will be open after school until 4:00 pm to pick up instruments and coats. Percussion please be at the bandroom at 2:00 pm to load your instruments. All performers must arrive at the auditorium by 5:30 pm, doors will open to the public at 6:15 pm, concert begins at 6:30 pm. The following groups are required to attend:

Beginning Band (Period 1) Uniform – White buttoned down collar dress shirt, short sleeve, black long pants (no skinny jeans or capris), black socks and all black shoes. If wearing a belt, it must be black.  

Advanced Band (Period 7) Uniform - Yellow polo shirt, white long pants (no skinny jeans or capris), White socks and white Dinkle shoes. If wearing a belt, it must be white. If playing with Symphonic, you will have time to change.

Symphonic Band (Period 2 & 5) Uniform - Boys, white collared dress shirt, black bow tie, white long pants (no skinny jeans or capris), white socks and white Dinkle shoes. Girls, white turtleneck white long pants (no skinny jeans or capris), white socks and white Dinkle shoes. Green concert blazers will be issued that day. Please make sure they return them after the concert. If wearing a belt, it must be white.

This performance constitutes a large portion of their 4th quarter grade. Students with an unexcused absence will not be given an alternate assignment. If you child is unable to attend this performance please fill out the form below. An alternate assignment will be given for excused absences. Please use the form below to order tickets to this event.

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Parent/Guardian Name (Print) __________________________________________

Parent Phone:_________________  Parent Email:_________________________


Child’s Name:_______________________________________________________


Please check one:

ꩄ My child will be performing at the concert.


ꩄ My child will not be performing in the concert. Please explain reason for absence:___________________________________________________________


# of tickets _______ x $5.00 (will be $7 at the door)= $______ (Children 5 & under free)


Please make all checks payable to: LHS Band

Marching Band 2017

posted Apr 20, 2017, 3:34 PM by Alan Kinoshita   [ updated May 4, 2017, 2:47 PM ]

We currently have 80 people registered. If you plan on being in marching band please register ASAP!

Here is who is currently registered:

First name:Last name:Please select your Marching Band instrument:
AltheaBartolome Alto Saxophone
IsaiahBrimageAlto Saxophone
MalloryGarciaAlto Saxophone
SophiaGiron-RanarioAlto Saxophone
CourtneyInongAlto Saxophone
KailiKaeka-DavisAlto Saxophone
BrienneKojimaAlto Saxophone
JayanniLucero-sagonAlto Saxophone
ChristineMasaoyAlto Saxophone
Jasmine NicoleTriasAlto Saxophone
KekoaAmbrosioBaritone/Euphonium
KiriHirota Baritone/Euphonium
Kevin William PicoBaritone/Euphonium
JazmynRileyBaritone/Euphonium
JilianeRambacClarinet
IlanaSmallsClarinet
MorganReedElectric Bass
MaggieTitusElectric Bass
KathleenGarciaFlute
Kaitlyn MarnochFlute
AdiaSmallsFlute
RaedineAdvinculaGuard
AlexandriaDilkaGuard
LaurenEgersonGuard
AljieEstebanGuard
GenevaGonzalezGuard
GenevaGonzalezGuard
JoshuaIbarraGuard
DeborahJonasGuard
Josaphine LadaoGuard
SarahMarkhamGuard
Jerilyn MaeSorotenGuard
ChristmelUgaldeGuard
CaliWarmanGuard
BishopBajoI do not know. Please place me.
CheyenneBajoI do not know. Please place me.
LindseyBasugI do not know. Please place me.
Amanda JoyMarkhamI do not know. Please place me.
NheilValloI do not know. Please place me.
BrigitteDoroMellophone/French Horn
AustinSmithMellophone/French Horn
SolomonTorresMellophone/French Horn
KylieUyedaMellophone/French Horn
NhatValloMellophone/French Horn
Joven Ronni AgtangPercussion
GlynnisBrasherPercussion
WilliamCarvalhoPercussion
AlexanderHidalgoPercussion
BrysonKamPercussion
BrysonKimuraPercussion
JeraldMacasioPercussion
Amanda MattosPercussion
AbrahamSalazarPercussion
GiovanniVaranoPercussion
DylanHirotaPercussion
VaianalaniIamanuSousaphone/Tuba
JoshuaRacachotSousaphone/Tuba
BeatriceChanTenor Saxophone
CyrusOlivasTenor Saxophone
Angelica-FayeRilveriaTenor Saxophone
CarlosRodriguezTenor Saxophone
KaitlynStalcupTenor Saxophone
JessicaWelchTenor Saxophone
MeganDomingoTrombone
ShaneDumlaoTrombone
John InesTrombone
Carrie FrancePambidTrombone
JaseyPianoTrombone
BryanBautistaTrumpet/Cornet
ElizenBumanglagTrumpet/Cornet
MikaylaCarterTrumpet/Cornet
John-PeterCastilloTrumpet/Cornet
NoahCastilloTrumpet/Cornet
Celine KateGanirTrumpet/Cornet
NehemiahJaraTrumpet/Cornet
WiliamMarnochTrumpet/Cornet
TrentonMatsudaTrumpet/Cornet
LennyOshiroTrumpet/Cornet
ChrishelleSalantesTrumpet/Cornet

Ideal numbers 145 (min):

Flute/Clarinet 16 (10)
Alto 16 (12)
Tenor Sax 8 (8)
Trumpet 16 (12)
Horns 16 (10)
Trombone 12 (10)
Baritone 4 (4)
Tuba 8 (4)
Snare 5 (3)
Tenor 3 (2)
Bass Drum 5 (5)
Pit 12 (10)
Guard 24 (16)

Annual Zoo Cleanup (Only 2 spots left!)

posted Apr 4, 2017, 1:12 PM by Alan Kinoshita   [ updated May 1, 2017, 4:18 PM ]

We are looking for volunteers to help with this event. It will be at the zoo. A free Bus leaves LHS at 7:45 and will return by 4 pm. Lunch will be provided to volunteers. Anyone is welcome to attend. Must sign up, seats limited (45). This is a non-school function. There will be no formal adult supervision. 

If you have please bring rakes, brooms, dust pans, etc. 

You will clean the zoo from 9 am-11 pm

11 pm-12 pm-Lunch, picture taking, look at the animals.

12:15 pm-3:15 pm-Head to Diamond Head to Hike. 

Make sure you wear cool comfortable clothing, sunscreen and a hat. You may also want to bring a water jug so that you can keep hydrated during the day. 

Those that don't want to hike can cruise at the park. Bring a frisbee, football, etc.

Google Spreadsheet Form


So far we have 43 signed up only 2 more spots available!
First NameLast Name
RaedineAdvincula
Joven RonniAgtang
NathanAgustin
BishopBajo
Glynnis Brasher
GlynnisBrasher
BeatriceChan
BrigitteDoro
ShaneDumlao
DonovanDuplantier
CelineGanir
MalloryGarcia
KathleenGarcia
GenevaGonzalez
KevinHernandez Rodriguez
AlexanderHidalgo
DylanHirota
JoshIbarra
Bryson Kimura
AlanKinoshita
AidenKinoshita
AmayaKinoshtia
CiarraKirby
JeraldMacasio
MarcMasaoy
ChristineMasaoy
TrentonMatsuda
KimberlyPaclibar
Carrie FrancePambid
Takeo Patterson
KevinPico
HaileyPotes
JoshuaRacachot
Angelica -FayeRilveria
Joshua Sato
Jerilyn MaeSoroten
DaneTakenaka
JessicaTantamco
NhatVallo
Jonas CaytteZara

Hawaii Music Festival 2017 Performance Letter

posted Mar 28, 2017, 11:45 AM by Alan Kinoshita   [ updated Apr 11, 2017, 11:29 AM by Alan Kinoshita ]

Aloha Parent(s) or Guardian(s):

The Leilehua High School Band will be participating in the Hawaii Music Festival on Saturday, April 8, 2017 at Ewa Makai Middle School. Tickets will be sold at the door, students do not need to purchase a ticket . All students must ride the bus to and from the event unless arrangements are made with Mr. Kinoshita.

Advanced Band (Period 7) Uniform - Yellow polo shirt, white long pants (no skinny jeans or capris), White socks and white Dinkle shoes. If wearing a belt, it must be white.

All band members must meet at band room by 1:45 pm. Buses will leave at 2:15 pm. We play at 3:30 pm. We will leave at 5:00pm so that students have an opportunity to listen to a few of the other performing groups.


Students please be sure to have Symphonic Overture and Appalachian Morning. There will also be a concession that students and audience members can purchase food and drink.


This performance constitutes a large portion of their 4th quarter grade. Students with an unexcused absence will not be given an alternate assignment. If you child is unable to attend this performance please fill out the form below. An alternate assignment will be given for excused absences. If your child will be attending the concert no further action is required just attend and enjoy! Please send money for ticket purchase with your child, checks preferable payable to “LHS Band”.

Student Name (Print) _______________________________


Parent/Guardian Name (Print) _______________________________


Contact Phone:______________Email:________________________


Reason for absence: _______________________________________________________


________________________________________________________

If you have any questions please feel free to contact Mr. Kinoshita.


Marching Band Meeting/Party

posted Mar 6, 2017, 11:16 AM by Alan Kinoshita   [ updated Mar 6, 2017, 3:52 PM ]

We will be having our Marching Band Registration Meeting this Thursday, March 9th at 7pm in the bandroom. 



The student leadership will also be hosting a recruitment party on Friday, March 17, 2017 from 6pm-9pm permission form is required to attend this event. 


Summer Opportunities

posted Mar 2, 2017, 11:41 AM by Alan Kinoshita   [ updated May 2, 2017, 1:34 PM ]

Summer Opportunities
Please encourage your students to attend

Info sessions this Friday, March 3, 2017 STUDY HALL (pd 5):


Honolulu Community College Summer Automotive Academy (FREE)
Robert Silva will be here this Friday, 3/3/17 1:45PM; Sign up in HH101 or on Naviance
Open to Juniors and Seniors
Six weeks: June 13, 2017- July 21, 2017
Interning (upaid) with a Cutter Dealership
Class work at HCC
Receive 4 college credits towards an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Automotive Technology
Complete an application; Interview; Health clearance; Driver's license (highly recommended)

Honolulu Community College Summer Construction Academy (FREE)
Calvin Matutino will be here this Friday, 3/3/17 2:00PM; Sign up in HH101 or on Naviance
Open to students entering grades 10-12 and 2017 high school graduates 
Preference given to any current Construction Academy student and IET pathway student, however any high school student welcome to apply.
Five weeks: June 5, 2017- July 7, 2017
Learn about various trades: Small Vessel Fabrication and Repair, Carpentry Technology, Sheet Metal and Plastics Technology and Welding Technology.
Will be registered in a non-credit course, Exploring the Trades
Complete an application due March 17.



Info sessions this Friday, April 7, 2017 STUDY HALL (pd 5):
YMCA COLLEGE CAMP (FREE)   
Nainoa Heaston will be here on Friday, 4/7/17 1:15PM; Sign up in HH101 or on Naviance
Open to current Sophomores (Class of 2019) 
 June 2, 2017- June 9, 2017 Atherton YMCA
College Camp is a leadership and college access experience for Hawaii high school students from title 1 high schools that supports, motivates, and encourages the students to graduate and pursue higher education. The experience involves campus tours, workshops, career-related networking events, and relationship building with current college student mentors .
Here's more information on college camp, the online app and information from the camp last year: http://www.athertonymca.org/college-camp1.html 
Mandatory Criteria: 
High School Graduating Class of 2019 (Juniors in the Fall) Student at a Title I High School in the State of Hawaii Students must: 
1) Complete the online application
 2) Send a letter of recommendation from a teacher, adviser or counselor via email toCollegeCamp@ymcahonolulu.org 
3) Email or fax a copy of your most recent transcript to CollegeCamp@ymcahonolulu.org 955-0893 (fax) 

THANK YOU TEACHERS FOR SPREADING THE NEWS!
 Carla 
All day. Every day. The Leilehua Way

"You can learn new things at any time in your life if you're willing to be a beginner." Barbara Sher

Carla Lum
Career Coordinator
Leilehua High School
1515 California Avenue
Wahiawa, HI  96786
Work: (808) 305-3140
Fax: (808) 622-1434
Email: Carla_lum@notes.k12.hi.us

Central District North Parade of Band Performance Letter

posted Feb 14, 2017, 11:49 AM by Alan Kinoshita   [ updated Mar 2, 2017, 11:38 AM ]

CDBF 2017 Performance Letter



2018 Trip Survey! Please complete!

posted Jan 27, 2017, 1:42 PM by Alan Kinoshita   [ updated Apr 20, 2017, 3:35 PM ]


Pacific STEP-UP Program

posted Jan 18, 2017, 11:00 AM by Alan Kinoshita   [ updated Jan 18, 2017, 11:02 AM ]

Aloha Mules!
Please share with your students and encourage those interested to apply.  The application process requires applicants to create and account, submit and application, transcript, a personal statement and 2 letters of recommendation.  For more details, click on the link below: Pacific Step-up.  Note the deadline is February 15th.  For assistance, see me.
carla lum

Pacific STEP-UP Program

STEP-UP, NIH/NIDDK funded program, is looking for eager high school juniors ad seniors from underrepresented and/or disadvantaged backgrounds that are interested in a hands-on biomedical behavioral research experience. 

Visit the Pacific STEP-UP website for more information about how students can apply. 

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