Th, Sept. 22 - Senior Cap & Gown Ordering: Seniors will order their Commencement Gear on Th, Sept. 22 during Advisory. Stop by G206 if your senior did not get an ordering packet. Questions? Contact Mrs. Kihara in G206.

TONIGHT! Th, Sept. 15 - Project GradNite Meeting at 6pm in Staff Dining Room: Don’t miss the Project Graduation aka GradNite’s planning meet. Note: Change in location from Student Dining Room to Staff Dining Room. All KKHS parents/guardians are invited to help plan. Underclassmen parents may learn & help so when it’s their turn, you will have experience. Enter through Haleakala Hwy gate. (This is not sponsored by the Dept. of Education; this event is sponsored by our Kekaulike PTSA.)
National Honor Society Students: IMMEDIATE ACTION IS REQUIRED! Please see MS Crawford (Portable 7) or Mrs. Arendale to sign up of the Elections Fund-raiser. You will need the last 4 digits of your social security number.

Underclassmen Yearbook Picture Taking, Th-Fri, Sept. 29-30: If your teen did not receive a picture packet, please see Mr. Ripani in K203 during recesses only. If you have questions about the packet information, please call Action Photos at (808) 572-7081. (Senior Portraits will be taken during Fall Break….more info to come.)

Interactors will help clean up the stadium after our last two home football games on Oct. 1st & 7. Interactors need to pick up their SA-1 forms from Mr. Shimabuku’s room, H101, during recesses.

To see the sy2016-2017 Bell Adjustment Weeks for the whole year, please go to http://kkhspcnc.tripod.com/sy17bell-adjust-wks.pdf

Th, Sept. 22nd Deadline to Register for Wed, Oct. 19th PSAT at KKHS: The Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT) costs $15. But there is no cost to 11th graders who qualify for free or reduced lunch. Students should see college & career counselor, Mrs. Gomer, in F-204 to sign-up during recess, lunch or after school. Deadline: Sept 22. Students who take the PSAT/NMSQT will receive free access to My College Quickstart, an online college & career planning tool. Juniors who score very high on their PSAT could become National Merit Scholar finalists, which means scholarship opportunities! For more information visit www.collegeboard.org or email Mrs. Gomer at jgomer@kkhs.k12.hi.us

Upcoming College Representative Visits: Students should check the schedule & see Mrs. Gomer for a pass to attend.
  • 9/20 Th Gonzaga, 9:45am
  • 9/28 W Willamette, 10:30am
  • 9/29 Th Oregon State Univ 
  • 10/19 W Colorado College Fair, 11:30am-1pm
  • 10/24 M George Fox University, 11am
  • 11/2 W University of Portland, 9:30am
For More College & Career Info see Mrs. Jamie Gomer in F-204 &/or at https://sites.google.com/a/kkhs.k12.hi.us/kkhs-spt/counselor-corner
Please Return Federal Impact Aid Survey: Parents/Guardians, please complete & return the form ASAP. Monies received by our school from the federal government benefits all the students. For more information go to http://www.hawaiipublicschools.org/ParentsAndStudents/MilitaryFamilies/Pages/About-Impact-Aid.aspx

Benefits of Free & Reduced Meal Program: To apply for F/R Meal Program go online to https://ezmealapp.com Children who are in this federal program not only get free or reduced meals, but could also qualify for FREE bus transportation, FREE college application waivers, FREE ACT exam, FREE SAT exam, reduced AP test fees, FREE PSAT for Juniors… So, apply today.

Teacher Wish List: Here’s a few more teachers’ wishes that you can help. When donating, be sure to write your name, the teacher’s name, & drop it off at our main office. If you have any questions, please contact the teacher. Thank you!

  • Emily Haines-Swatek: A few more office chairs, preferably rolling & in decent working condition for STEMworks & Design Tech classes
  • Cindy Asato-Kochi: Heavy duty extension cords (around 10ft?) & power surge protectors to help with old Apple laptops whose batteries no longer hold charge. These computers need to be connected to power source continuously to keep networking settings in place.
  • Loren Ayresman: Used tennis balls for student chairs
  • John DiMartino: Speakers for computer to connect to show videos for US History class
  • Ann Marie Walker: Green & yellow sponges, Blue Dawn dishwashing liquid, Cup of Noodles, Toaster, Plastic dish pan for WorkPlace Readiness
  • Edith Middleton: Large Self-Stick Easel Pads 25"x30", Bright Dry Erase Markers, Sharpie Bright Colors for English classes
  • Anna Crawford: Band Aids for caring for students
  • Dodi Pritchett: Clear roll of packing tape for Physical Science/Clinical Health
  • Melanie Nakashima: Bank box for Na Ali’i Store
  • Kristy Pang: Dividers with pockets for Study Skills classes
  • Jennifer Wolski: Construction paper for Study Skills classes
  • Barry Borell Stand up fan
  • Lynn Yamada Stand up fan
  • Ryan Arakawa Stand up fan
  • Kapolei Kiili Stand up fan
  • Kristy Pang Stand up fan
  • Jennifer Wolski Stand up fan
  • PCNC June Tissue boxes for student comfort for about 100 classrooms during cold season
  • PCNC June Kitty Litter, toilet paper, bottled water, tall kitchen bags, to restart the Bucket Project to place an emergency bucket in every classroom in case of lockdown
Give Aloha - Foodland's Non Profit Donation Matching Program & King Kekaulike PTSA: King Kekaulike PTSA is participating in Foodland's Give Aloha during the month of September. This year, Foodland & the Western Union Foundation will match each donation with at least $300,000 for all organizations combined. The matching gift will be divided proportionately among all participating organizations. When checking out, please use your Maika’i Card & inform the cashier that you would like to donate to King Kekaulike PTSA through Give Aloha. Even donating your change helps. So, please support our PTSA, which supports our school!

  • Best Buddies Selling Kalua Pork Tubs Tickets ($10): Tickets are available from Best Buddies members or Mrs. Nakashima in library conference room. Turn in tickets & pick up the kalua pork tubs at Pukalani Superette. Best Buddies Kekaulike Chapter will donate the proceeds to the Na Ali'i (Positive Behavior) School Store. Please come support our chapter!
  • Band 2016-2017 Discount Card: The KKHS Music Program is selling our annual 2016-2017 Discount Card, featuring 36 vendors from around the island. Proceeds support travel, instruments, & repairs for the various music groups on campus. The card costs $10 & can be paid through either cash or a check to "KKHS Band Boosters". Pick one up from the Bandroom (V-101) or any KKHS music student today!
The senior Hawaiian Immersion class is hosting, "He Paio Pohili, A Battle of Bats,' Softball Tournament at the Keopuolani Field on October 28-30, 2016, to raise funds for their 'Aha Hemo Kula Graduation Ceremony. Please support our Papa Alaka'i as they prepare for their graduation! Contact Fedner or Ala at 808-264-4260 for Men's teams and Sherri at 808-344-5365 for Women's teams. Click on http://kkhspcnc.tripod.com/pa-sb.pdf to see flyer. Mahalo nui loa!

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