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Schedule Changes

posted Jul 25, 2016, 6:46 PM by Alan Kinoshita

Sorry for the confusion but wanted to make sure that everyone was safe.

For this week the schedule is:

Tuesday & Wednesday Marching Band Practice 6:30pm-8:30pm


Pep band practice Thursday 2:45pm-4:00pm. 

Friday practice 4pm-9pm. 

No staggered dinner this week. 


Welcoming BBQ Students Only! 6/17/16 4-10pm

posted Jun 8, 2016, 3:11 AM by Aladdin Roque-Dangaran   [ updated Jun 12, 2016, 10:52 PM by Alan Kinoshita ]

6/12/16 update: 

Sorry the previous post had an error. This event is for Marching Band students only. We will be having another event for everyone in the future. 

Students please RSVP ASAP so that we have an estimate on the food count. See you there!


Welcome BBQ 6/17/16


Marching Band Orientation Moved!

posted Jun 6, 2016, 1:02 PM by Alan Kinoshita

Hi, I did not realize Summer School was not in session. The meeting will be held one day earlier. Please meet on Thursday, June 9 at 2pm in the band room. You should be getting a call from your section leader to notify of this change. 

Kinoshita 

2016 Spring Concert Program

posted May 11, 2016, 4:03 PM by Alan Kinoshita


Message from President Carrie Jyo

posted May 5, 2016, 12:25 PM by Alan Kinoshita

Aloha Parents and Students,

 

The school year is coming to an end.  I must say it’s been a very exciting yet busy one.  On behalf of the Boosters, we would like to express our heartfelt THANK YOU to all that supported the band this school year.  We couldn’t have done all that we did without your help!

 

Just a few announcements before we go on summer break.

 

On Wednesday, May 11th, LHS Band will be having their Spring Concert at Pearl City Cultural Center.  The Choir will start at 5:30 pm and the Band will start at 6:30 pm.  Tickets are on sale at the band room.

 

On Friday, May 20th, LHS Band will be running the Graduation Concession stand, and once again, we need your help with donations.

 

We are in need of the following items.  If you are able to help, please have your child sign up at the band room or you can email me and let me know.  

 

Hamburgers (120 burgers)

Kirkland Brand 24 Count Ground Beef Patties $17.89

 

Hamburger Buns (120 buns)

From Costco 24 Count $4.95

 

Hot Dogs (160 hot dogs)

From Costco – Farmer John Meat Wieners 60 hot dogs

 

Hot Dog Buns (160 buns)

From Costco 24 Count $4.99

 

C&H Granulated Sugar (24 lbs)

From Costco 25 lbs $13.69

 

All Purpose Flour (24 lbs)

From Costco 25 lbs $6.69 OR 50 lbs $12.99

 

Vegetable Oil (3 bottles)

Kirkland Brand $8.39


Frying Oil (2 bottles)

From Costco – Creamy Liquid Shortening 35 lbs $20.79

 

Evaporated Milk (10 cans)

From Costco 12/12 oz cans $12.99

 

Baking Powder (3 cans)

 

Lumpia (8 bags)

From Costco Pork Lumpia Egg Rolls

2.5 lbs $10.49

 

Eggs (12 dozens)

 

Bottle Water

 

Leadership students are also asking for your help in donating small candies to make leis for graduation.  Lei’s will be on sale at the Spring Concert.  Candies need to fit in the 2” tubing.  Costco has the Kirkland Brand Fun House treats or the miniature chocolates.

 

Once again, if you are able to help the band, please have your child sign up at the band room or email me and let me know.  Your support is greatly appreciated.

 

Congratulations to all the seniors.  Wish you the very best as you begin your journey as an adult. 

 

To all the underclassmen, have a wonderful summer.  Be safe!  We look forward to seeing you all again next school year.

 

Take care,

 

 

Carrie Jyo

LHS Band Booster President

2016 Zoo Cleanup Pics

posted May 4, 2016, 1:57 PM by Alan Kinoshita   [ updated May 4, 2016, 1:58 PM ]

Zoo Cleanup 2016


Leadership Campaign Videos

posted May 2, 2016, 2:33 PM by Alan Kinoshita   [ updated Jul 15, 2016, 1:52 PM ]

President

Nathan Agustin




Vice President

Jonas Zara


Treasurer

Ocean Akaka


Kelli Acebo




Recording Secretary



Corresponding Secretary

Glynnis Brasher



Internship opportunities (2016)

posted Apr 29, 2016, 1:00 PM by Alan Kinoshita   [ updated Apr 29, 2016, 1:02 PM ]

Please share with our Mules...


LHS is offering a new Engineering pathway beginning 2016-2017, but why not get a kick start by spending your summer at HCC's Summer Engineering Academy.  

 

Honolulu Community College is pleased to announce its upcoming Summer Engineering Academy. Space is limited so please apply as soon as possible. Only 60 students will be selected for the Engineering Academy. Program details are as follows: 

June 6, 2016 to July 15, 2016 from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM, Monday - Friday. No meetings on June 10 and July 4 due to State Observed Holidays 

Application Deadline: May 27, 2016 Registration fee is $150.00 (was $225) Click here for on-line application: http://honolulu.hawaii.edu/robotics 

Summer Engineering Academy 

Summer Engineering Academy, or SEA, is an intensive summer program that offers the student the opportunity to learn, to think, and problem-solve like an engineer. Students will apply their knowledge of math and science to practical projects, and see concepts they learned in high school classrooms come alive. Through lab work, group projects, lectures and assignments, you'll learn how engineers approach real-world problems. The students will meet other students with similar interests and collaborate on testing theories and find solutions to engineering problems

We are currently planning to explore the engineering fields related to micro-robotics,microprocessor programing, and 3-D printing. All these engineering disciplines just so that we can create micro-robots that will be competing with others for a robotics competition. You will have to design, build and program a micro-bot that is 1 cubic centimeter, and a 1 cubic inch maze solving robot.

Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Product Engineering, Mechatronics, are the primary engineering fields that will be explored. Ever wonder how they made that thing move, or how they fit everything into that small a body? That is what engineering is all about. Engineers make things work and fit where they need to go. 

As students complete SEA projects on materials, structures, chemical processes, circuit design, computer programming, robotics, and other topics, they will gain insights into which engineering fields best match their abilities and interests. These modules will be two weeks in length and 4 hours long each day. Students will rotate through each module.

Students will also take a college success class to prepare them for entry into the University System. This class is designed to orient students to the college setting. Students will be able to identify campus resources, demonstrate knowledge of
c o l l e g e procedures, discuss definition of success and evaluate their important life roles. Students will attend this course during the 3rd week of the program. 

Prerequisites are completion of geometry, completion of physics, or chemistry or biology and basic computer skills


Aloha Mules!


Thank you for spreading the news! Your shout-outs are working!  Let's continue to Hui together to support our Mules on a path to career/college success!

I just mailed out 6 applications and essays for the FBI Summer Academy.  I hope our Mules are accepted. Go MULES!


I need your voice again...would you be able to help me spread the word for our Zippy's PAID Summer Internship?  I  only have one applicant as of today. I know students want to do something in the summer...please encourage them to apply. Deadline to submit the parent/student form to attend the Internship Institute Day on Saturday, May 14, 2016 at the Dole Cannery is next Monday, May 2nd.  Pick up forms today in room HH101.  

Summer Internship:  June 1-July 31; Open to Juniors and Seniors

Participants learn valuable professional skills, meet new friends and get to update their resume.  

Zippy's includes parents in their Institute and graduation celebrations.  It's great to see the family support and they are so very grateful to be a part of this experience.


These four students completed the most recent internship, all were offered a job and are accepted, and received a $250 check for education.

Congratulations to Imua Mangca, Jayden Breaux-Santiago, Richard Somera, Keola Spencer! You go Mules!

 zippy's 2  

 Zippy's grad pic  


 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

Resource Manager

Leilehua High School

1515 California Avenue

Wahiawa, HI  96786

Work: (808) 305-3140

Fax: (808) 622-1434

Email: Carla_lum@notes.k12.hi.us

UH Choir Performance Invitation

posted Apr 24, 2016, 6:24 PM by Alan Kinoshita

Hi Alan-

As per usual, I’m writing to invite your students (and you!) to join the UHChoirs for their season-end concert.

This one is particularly special as it includes the UH Symphony Orchestra and a performance of the exceptionally moving Dona nobis pacem. The program is:

Lieutenant Kijé Suite, Op. 60 (1934) by Sergei Prokofiev

Serenade to Music (1938) by Ralph Vaughan Williams
Caitlin Cavarocchi, soprano | Megann Salā, alto | Charles Mukaida, tenor | Jeremy M. Wong, bass

Dona nobis pacem (1936) by Vaughan Williams
Manami Kakazu, soprano | Jeremy M. Wong, baritone

Students of your choirs are invited to attend free of charge and bring their families. In order to reserve tickets, they need to register on this page: http://manoa.hawaii.edu/manoa/tix/.

The deadline is the end of this week (Friday night) and we’ll confirm with them early next week.

Please consider passing along the pertinent info from this email and posting the attached poster.
Also, please consider attending yourself! We’ll happily offer you and yours complimentary tickets.

Thank you for your support of our musical eco-system :)


With aloha,
M



DR. MIGUEL FELIPE

Director of Choral Activities & Asst Prof of Music
The University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa

President, Hawai‘i Chapter
American Choral Directors Association

Vice President
National Collegiate Choral Organization

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Carwash 4/16/16

posted Apr 18, 2016, 3:53 PM by Alan Kinoshita

A big thank to everyone who came out to help! 

Carwash 4/16/16


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