FREE School Supplies Available, Tue, Aug. 16, & Wed, Aug. 17 during Recesses at Library Back Door: BHS Counselor & Keiki Cupboard Coordinator, Mr. Jim Flavin, & PCNC Mrs. June Kaneshiro will distribute FREE school supplies from the library’s back door (faces Bldg. A) during morning & lunch recesses.
Mahalo Donors!! Keiki Cupboard, everyone who gave Campbell participating Labels for Education label & bar codes ($500 worth of school supplies), Jules Castillo, Iris & Tammy Ginoza, Realtors Association of Maui Wishing Well Program (Penni Egger & Kris Musto), anonymous, PCNC.
Leo Club Meeting, Tue, Aug. 16 during Lunch in I-102: Interested in Joining Leo Club? What is Leo Club? Kekaulike is the ONLY high school on Maui with one! We are a community service club participating in projects at our school & within the community! Students who’d like to learn more, may check them out at Club Day on Aug 11, & attend their First General Meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 16 during lunch (bring your lunch!) in Mr. Fisher's room, I102.
Technology Responsible Use Guidelines & Form (TRUF): The sheets that were inserted into your student's folders to replace the older Student Internet Forms have the "RS 17-0051, July 2016" printed at the bottom right hand corner of each page. This is the OFFICIAL form that must be turned in (to the office) to be able to use HIDOE devices & services. Turn in only the 1 page form (not the 4 page guidelines). Be sure to have signatures of the student & at least one parent/guardian on the returned form. Forms not returned will result in KKHS Google account suspensions.
To Students: An email reminder was sent to accounts that still needs the TRUF turned in. Please check your KKHS Google email account if you received one. If you need a copy of the form you may pick one up at the Administration office during non-instructional times.
Schedule Problems - If your child has any problems with his/her class schedule, please direct them to their grade level counselor (see attachment above) as soon as possible. Also, our principal, Mark Elliott, created a new position. Mrs. Jamie (Gomer) Kovacic, who was formerly our 12th grade counselor, has been moved to Bldg. F, room 206, & has set up a College & Career Center to help our students pursue higher education after graduation.
Tuesday, Aug. 16 is the First PTSA General Membership Meeting, Tue, Aug. 16, 6pm in Staff Dining Room: You are all invited to join us in our 1st General Membership Meeting on Tuesday, August 16th at 6:00 PM in our Staff Dining Room. (Enter through Haleakala Hwy. Gate) ****If you bring a friend and they sign up to become a member we will enter both names into a drawing to win prizes. So please, spread the word and bring a friend or two.
Open House, Th, Aug. 18, 6-8pm: Join us for our annual Open House, 6-8pm. Remember to bring your student’s class schedule (class period, name of teacher, classroom number) & wear comfortable footwear.
The Barnes & Noble Bookfair will be open before this event till 8am. The library will be offering pizza (first come/first served while supplies last). Folks can help our school by mentioning our school at their Lahaina store or giving them code: 1915691. Online orders maybe also be placed at BN.COM/bookfairs & benefit KKHS! After 8pm you can walk over to our stadium for our first home football game. (Note: Our Homecoming game is Sept. 2, 2016).
BE INFORMED FOR THE UPCOMING YEAR:
KKHS Boys Soccer Booster Club Fundraiser at Flatbread Company, Tue, Aug. 16, 5-10pm & Includes a Silent Auction: Flatbread will donate a portion of their pizza sales from 5-10pm to the booster club. Dine-in and take-out orders will be included. For reservations for groups of 10 or more, please call 579-8989. The club will also be holding a silent auction at the event. Those interested in helping the club with a donation or other inquiries may call Jules, 264-7066. The money raised at the Paia eatery will be used by the club to help with transportation expenses to an off-island soccer tournament. Mahalo to Flatbread Company, our auction donors, our pizza eating public & The Maui News for their support.