WEEKLY BULLETIN

New York Times STEM Writing Contest: “Why should we eat less sugar? How do you find fossils? What does it look like when an asteroid gets destroyed? How will rising seas affect cities around the world by 2050? Why is vaping such an addictive part of life for many students? And what, exactly, is all that screen time doing to kids’ brains?” If any of these questions piqued your interest, you should come talk to Mr. Richey (recess, lunch, or after school) about the New York Times’ STEM writing contest, open to all students until Tuesday, March 3, 2020, at 11:59 P.M. Eastern time. YOUR writing could be featured in the NY Times!

Malasada Fundraiser for Project Grad 2020: Any Seniors interested in selling Malasada tickets to help pay for their project grad, please come see Mrs. Charles in C-13 to get your tickets. All money is due Thurs 2/20. Anyone interested in buying Malasada's, see Mrs. Charles in room C13. COST: $12/doz Pick-up on Tuesday, 2/25 3pm - 6pm.         

 

The WASC is coming! The WASC is coming!: Heads up, Sufriders! Our Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) Accreditation MidCycle Visit is coming up on April 15. Please show the SURFRIDER WAY to our visitors and welcome them to our campus. More info on this event will be forthcoming....stay tuned!                 

                                            

GIRLS WATER POLO: If you are interested in playing, practices are held at Kaneohe District Park Pool on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursdays from 5:30-7:30. Please bring shoes. All required forms must be turned into the trainers & you must be cleared from the bookkeepers to begin practicing.                        

 

Calling current and former PHS and Culinary students: Field trip opportunity for the Hotel industry. If you're interested, stop by E22 ASAP for more information, but know that it's scheduled for a long day. Time approx. 8a-4p on April 8th. Only 20 students will be taken.                                               

 

Gallaudet University: Gallaudet University is a 4-year private university in Washington DC for students who are hearing impaired. A representative will be in the CCC on Wed., Feb. 19 at 1:00 pm in the CCC. Please come to the CCC to pick up a pass to attend.                                                     

p4c Cafe: Quickly come to C24 on Thurs, Feb 20th for our first inquiry with all who choose to come at lunch. Bring your lunch or snacks.                                                 

 

Look for a job?: Interested in working in an office? MEDCAH is looking for a reliable, mature student to work in their office. Stop by the CCC during non-class time to check out this awesome opportunity.                         

 

WE Believe, YOU Can Achieve! Join Upward Bound!: Upward Bound is a federally-funded program that helps current high school students who are enrolled at either Castle, Kahuku, or Kailua; first-generation (parents don’t have a 4-year degree), and/or qualify for free or reduced lunch. This program identifies, motivates and prepares eligible students to complete high school, enroll in, and graduate from institutions of postsecondary education. We assist in academic advising, financial aid, and college-bound skills to help future higher education students succeed and achieve their dreams! Stop by the CCC for an application or if you got an app from one of our presentations, please turn them into Mrs. Fraser. Contact us at ubwcc@hawaii.edu or (808) 235-7486 for more information.                         

 

Look for a job?: YMCA is looking to hire A+ Afterschool Program Group Leaders, specifically at Ahuimanu and Malama sites. Stop by the CCC during non-class time for more information.                        

 

This week's afterschool classes…: SAT Prep & Tutoring in the CCC on Wednesday at 1:45 pm. Yoga in the Music Room will be held on Thursday at 2:15 pm.                                        

 

Underclassmen...What are you doing to prepare for college?: Whether your goal is to attend a 2- or 4-year college or university or go into a trade, there are things you can do now to find the "best fit" campus for you and help you to pay for your degree, too! And for those whose goal is to play athletics at the next level, it is a MUST that you prepare yourself to be eligible. Come to this year's annual College Planning Night on Thurs., Feb. 20 at 6:30 pm in the KHS Cafeteria to learn about all the various steps to help you make the best decision for your future!    

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