BULLETIN Tuesday, February 19th
- BULLETIN Tuesday, February 19th
Today is Tuesday, February 19th.
Hello seniors! Are you applying for the SCC Sarah Rosenberg scholarship? If you are, don't forget that they are due to Mr. Huitt TODAY by 3:30 pm. If you have any questions, see Mr. Huitt in D203. Thanks and good luck :)
Do you want to take college classes and earn both high school and college credits for FREE? If so, applications are now open for both Summer and Fall 2019! GEAR UP scholarships for students who qualify for free/ reduced lunch have deadlines, that are quickly approaching. So if you are interested and want more information, please see Mrs. Robinson in the Early College office
This is an important announcement for all 2019 Graduates! Within the next couple of weeks, Kealakehe Project Graduation will soon open Registration for YOUR All-Night PROJECT GRADUATION Celebration. The cost is still being determined, as fundraising is ongoing. Opportunities for graduates to earn FREE ENTRY are still available by volunteering for at least two Project Grad hosted fundraisers before the end of the year!
ONLY THREE fundraisers are left: The Kona Brewers Festival on March 9, the Lavaman Triathlon on March 31, and the Hotel Industry Charity Walk on May 11. Volunteer Spots are limited for the Kona Brewers Festival and for Lavaman, so volunteer early in the school library.
The final fundraiser for the school season is the Hotel Industry Charity Walk. EVERYONE, in ANY grade, can help Project Grad earn funding by walking in Charity Walk and selecting Kealakehe Project Grad as his or her charity of choice! Please mark May 11 on your calendar for this year's Charity Walk. We will teach you how to register for the event as it draws near.
FINALLY - Every student in ANY grade who volunteers at Kealakehe Project Graduation fundraisers earns Community Service hours for helping our non-profit organization. Thank you for your help!
Kealakehe High school Japanese Dance Group would like to welcome anyone who is interested in learning various Japanese dances! Please talk to Randal at the accounting office or after school at the cafe on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4:30! You can also ask members Asia Macatiag and Kimi Tossman for more info. Our next dance is from Okinawa! This dance called (Me-Rue-Koo-Moo-Naw-ree) Mirukumunari is a dance for a prosperous and healthy year. Please join us!!!
Wiki and lunch today are a baja fish sandwich with cole slaw, steamed broccoli and carrots, a fruit muffin and an apple.
Thanks for watching and make it a great Waverider Tuesday!