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It's almost the end of the semester and time for finals! Please see the attached schedule of finals for the week of December 13. Please note that buses will run each day at 3:15PM. Attendance for Friday, December 17 is only for students who have makeup exams or are asked to attend school by a teacher.
Want to know about what kind of activities we have coming up? How about a single place where all your needed activity forms are posted? Want a chance to win $100? If, so join our new student activities Google Classroom. Subscribe by 1:00PM on December 1 and be entered into the drawing to win $100 cold hard cash!
Mark Friday, February 18 on your calendar as it's our 12th annual Junior vs. Senior Powderpuff game! Personalized jerseys are now available for purchase in the ASB Office until December 10. Get all the info and learn how to play here!
Seniors, it's time to order your cap and gown. The last day to order at the group rate is November 20. Click here to order or stop by the ASB office if you need help.
Please take a moment to read this statement from Principal Dr. James Denight regarding recent social media posts.
Interested in playing this year? If so, take a few moments to fill out this quick form and someone will be in contact with you shortly.
Get your yearbook in Q101 now! Yearbooks are on sale for $50 until December 31. After that, the price goes up to $60 during the second semester. Want to wait until distribution day? If so, it'll cost you $70 (if there are any left).
Please take a moment to read this memorandum that provides the Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE) complex areas and schools an overview of the key decisions needed to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on extracurricular and co-curricular activities. This guidance applies to intra-school activities and does not supersede the Athletic Guidelines.
Please take some time to review changes to our bus routes and pickups. A total of three buses will now serve Waikoloa. Click here for the transportation memo.
The State of Hawaii Department of Education and Department of Health are committed to the safe re-opening of our school system and seek to develop safety measures and protocols to ensure the safety of our communities. As part of the 2021-2022 school year, we will be offering voluntary free weekly COVID-19 Antigen testing. The first test at Kealakehe High School will be held on October 22 from 10-11:30AM. Get more information and register here.