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REMINDER – TOMORROW’S RELEASE TIME IS 2:12PM

Per customary practices, we will be ʻflip-floppingʻ the bell schedules for the last two days of school. Please note, May 31st will be a WEDNESDAY BELL SCHEDULE and May 30th will be a regular bell schedule. The last KAP  of the school year will be held on May 31st.

 

CLASS OF 2019 – SUMMER COLLEGE WORKSHOPS – MORE SEATS AVAILABLE?

A 3rd Session MAY be added! IF you are one of the several interested juniors who missed signing up before the sessions closed, attend a meeting on Wed., May 30 at 12:20 pm in H101. If there is enough interest a 3rd session may be added. 

Summer workshop students who missed the meeting held on Tues. May 22 need to come to H101 on Wed., May 30 at 12:20 pm for a brief info session. Important information will be shared. Attendance will be taken.

 

 

ACADEMICS AWARD’S NIGHT RECAP

The Academics Award Night was held on May 16th. This is an evening filled with recognizing outstanding students in individual studies, as well as, scholarships and awards. Congratulations to all! For a full list of awardees, please click here: Academic Awards 2018

 

 

SUMMER READING – THE GREAT AMERICAN READ
PBS has a series where they will be promoting America's 100 best-loved novels. All reading levels are encouraged to read the chosen titles and vote with the nation to choose the best-loved novel in America. Learn more about The Great American Read program by going to the following link. Copy and paste the link into your browser and do a search. For PC users, you can hold down your Ctrl button and click on the link.  It should open the link in your browser.    

http://www.pbs.org/the-great-american-read/books

 

PUBLIC LIBRARY SUMMER READING PROGRAM
Starting June 2nd, plan to participate in the Hawaii State Public Library Summer Reading Program.  Keep track of the amount of minutes you are reading and you record it into their website:
www.librarieshwaii.beanstack.org. Earn free rewards along the way and someone will have the chance to win the lucky grand prize drawing for a round trip for 4 to anywhere Alaska Airlines flies! See the attached flyer for more details: Summer Read

 

WEIGHT ROOM REOPENING

Weight room will be re-opening tomorrow, May 30th.  Mahalo for your patience.

 

GYM CLOSURE – JUNE 4TH  – AUGUST 3RD

Kaiser High School gym will be closed from June 4th to August 3rd for repairs.

 

SENIOR DIPLOMA AND REPORT CARDS PICKUP

Seniors will be able to pick up report cards and diplomas from June 11th in the Registrarʻs Office.

All underclassmen will be able to pick up report cards and schedules from the beginning of July. Summer mail outs for the next school year will be sent home around June 11th.  Please make sure your mailing address is up to date.

Students or Parents must present their own picture ID to pick up documents from the Registrar’s office.

 

SENIORS RIBBON LEI DONATION

Seniors, after all the excitement of graduation has settled and you find yourself with too many ribbon leis, please consider donating them back to Kaiser. We will put these to good use by recycling and by giving them to VIP’s and dignitaries that visit our campus. Mahalo!

 

LUNCH MENU FOR MAY 29 – 31

The lunch menu for May 29 – 31 is posted. Please go to: Lunch Menu. Mahalo for your patience!

 

STUDENT ID’S REQUIRED FOR LUNCH

Due to an increase in fraudulent use of Student Meal Accounts, all students are now required to have their ID when getting breakfast and lunch in the cafeteria.  If a Student needs a replacement ID, they are available for purchase in the front office for $5

 

ELECTRONIC DEVICES REMINDER

Attention Parents/Guardians:

This is a reminder that per school policy, electronic devices are considered prohibited items.  Unless authorized by a teacher for instruction, electronic devices should not be visible or audible during class or at any time when visiting the administration building or counseling center.  If electronic devices are lost, stolen or damaged it is not the school's responsibility to conduct an investigation, nor will the school be held liable for its loss, theft or damage.  Electronic devices include, but are not limited to: Cell phones, gaming devices, MP3/iPod/audio players, radios/televisions, computers, laptops, tablets, iPads, wireless speakers/headphones, etc.

 

LIBRARY OBLIGATIONS

Please return all items you borrowed from the library because there only two weeks of school left. You should not be holding onto books over the summer. If you have lost a library book, whether it be from this school or another school, please pay for it at the library. The obligation will remain on your record until you clear it.

 

PROJECT GRADUATION CLASS OF 2019

Project Grad 2019 is ready to go!                   

The Project Grad 2019 Committee is ready for the Class of 2019's senior year!

Please support our efforts!

  1. Parents... please email kaiserprojectgrad2019@gmail.comif you would like to join the committee and to stay informed.  
  2. Start saving your funds and be ready for early PG2019 Registration in August 2018.  The lowest registration fee of $175 will only be available for one month.  After that, it will jump to $225 through December 21, 2018.  From December 22, 2018 through graduation, the Registration fee will be full price at $300.

 

 

CLASS OF 2019 – SENIOR PORTRAIT DATES

Senior Portraits will be taken by Portraits of Hawaiʻi during the following dates by appointment only:

At Kaiser High School – June 16- 23, 2018

At their Studio – June 26 – July 31, 2018  they are located at 46-005 Kawa St. #202, Kaneohe.

You MUST call them to make an appointment – 236-0063. Go to www.portraitsofhawaii.com if youʻre curious to see their work.

Please see attached flyers for pricing options and details. Senior Photos. Also, donʻt forget to bring a baby photo to your setting: Baby Photo.  Forms are also available at the front office.

 

SUMMER WORK OPPORTUNITES

Check out our Employment Opportunities page, under College and Career, for summer opportunities and beyond.

 

CLASS OF 2018 REQUEST FOR LUNCH REFUND

Seniors, if you have a credit in your lunch account and have not already done so, please fill out the attached form and bring it into the office: Lunch Refund Form.

 

 

SCHEDULE CHANGE

Per customary practices, we will be ʻflip-floppingʻ the bell schedules for the last two days of school. Please note, May 31st will be a WEDNESDAY BELL SCHEDULE and May 30th will be a regular bell schedule. The last KAP  of the school year will be held on May 31st.

 

 

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COLLEGE AND CAREER

 

NAVIANCE WEBSITE HAS CHANGED!

Naviance Family Connection is now Naviance Student! Naviance is now much more streamlined and easier to use.

Please change your bookmarks to: https://student.naviance.com/kaiserhs

Mahalo!

 

 

 

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KAISER HS ATHLETICS

CLICK HERE FOR PARTICIPATION/PARENT CONSENT FORM:

CLICK HERE FOR PHYSICAL EXAM/CONCUSSION RISK ACK FORM

CLICK HERE FOR PARENT ATHLETE HANDBOOK

 

KAISER AIR RIFLERY OPEN HOUSE

On Wednesday, May 30th, the Air Riflery range will be open for new potential team members to stop by and see what we do. We will be there after school from 2:30 – 4:30pm. Returning team members are encouraged to practice and play games. We are located in the Multipurpose room on the Makai side of the gym. Otherwise known as the wrestling, judo or dance room. Come on by!

 

GIRLS SOCCER SUMMER TRAINING MEETING

All interested players are welcome to attend a meeting held on Thursday, May 31st at 6:00pm. Meeting area TBD. Please contact Coach Noe for any questions at: Ladycougars808@gmail.com

 

CHEER TRYOUTS!

Kaiser Cheer Squad Tryouts Next week!!!

Mandatory Clinic is Tuesday May 29 @3pm. Tryouts wlll be held on May 31st @3pm. Wear appropriate clothing and must have tennis shoes. Practices begin during the Summer so we are prepared for Football season on the first week of school. Come join the fun and make lasting memories!! Questions? Call or Text Coach Brandon at 808-763-1529

 

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KAISER COMPLEX COMMUNITY NEWS:

 

JACK IN THE BOX EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITES

“Our food is great. Our commercials are funny. And Jack really does care about you! Feel the prode that onl our employees experience by working at Jack in the Box.” – Jack.

Employment opportunities are available! Please go to H-101 for information and an application!

 

KAIMUKI YMCA SUMMER OPPORTUNITES AND BEYOND

Opportunities available for upcoming graduates and adults for Kaimuki YMCA's upcoming Summer Daycamp Program! Make a difference and grow.Go their website:  http://www.kaimukiymca.org/jobs.html for more information on positions, qualifications, and to apply online.

 

THE WRECK: FAREWELL CONCERT

The Wreck, an alternative-pop band comprised of all Kaiser students will be having their final show Wednesday, June 13, 2018 at Crossroads at Hawaiian Brian’s. It is FREE and open to ALL AGES. This is a farewell show to the members of The Wreck before they leave the island to pursue careers in music off island, as well as, higher education.

Come join us! Doors open at 7pm and music start at 8pm, we got some amazing guest artists, all of which are graduating seniors from Kaiser. Kahea (Kahea Subiono) will be performing a reggae set, Keola (Wyatt Kaneshiro) and Gio Martin will be performing a rap/hip-hop set and HKC (Hi’ialo Copp) and JIF (John Issac Fuchigami) will also be backing on guitar and tenor sax. Come on down and bring everyone you know to have a great time and enjoy a great and more importantly free concert! See poster here: The Wreck

 

BIG BROTHER BIG SISTER BIN

Kaiser High School is partnering with Big Brothers Big Sisters Foundation to help support our community. A BBBS Foundation donation container is located on the bottom tier of our school parking lot and is open to accept donations on Monday, Tuesday and Thursdays from 8:00am – 4:00pm and Sunday from 9:00am – 2:00pm. Please drop off your donations only during these hours. Increased hours of operation are coming soon. For more information please call 524-6111. Please see attached items that are accepted: Big Brothers Big Sisters.

 

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IMPORTANT UPCOMING DATES (Click here for link to KHS CALENDAR) 

May 31     Last Day of School – Have a Great Summer!

June 7      Friends of Kaiser PTSA, 6:000pm

July 30     New Parent Orientation in Cafeteria, 6:30pm

Aug   6     New Student Orientation and Schedule Pick Up, 8am

Aug   7     All Students Return to School

 

 

Mahalo, 

Ann Olson 

Parent Community Network Coordinator (PCNC)

Kaiser High School

An International Baccalaureate World School

511 Lunalilo Home Road

Honolulu, HI 96825

Phone: (808) 394-1200 ext. 2241

aolson@kaiserhs.k12.hi.us

www.kaiserhighschoolhawaii.org

Twitter: @KaiserHigh