02142019 Parent Bulletin
- 02142019 Parent Bulletin
Kahuku High & Intermediate School
Thursday February 14, 2019
Please see link to the Annual Notice on Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harrasment Statement
* Dates on events link subject to change without notice.
KAHUKU PUBLIC LIBRARY FEBRUARY CALENDAR
Pepperoni pizza, coleslaw, broccoli florets, baby carrots, peaches & pineapple chunks.
BBQ pork rib patty, potato wedges, lettuce leaf, tomato slice, pineapple chunks & orange
wedges. Inter:Mitchell, R. High: Taosoga, A. -Cafe
WE THE PEOPLE STATE CHAMPS!!
Congratulations to "We The People" for their State Championship victory and for bringing
home Kahuku’s 20th State Championship! Mahalo to Mrs. Spring, Mrs.Swiderski, and Team
for supporting our students in this fantastic effort. GO BIG RED!! - K. Kalama
IMPORTANT: DISTRICT HISTORY DAY PARTICIPANTS - GRADES 7-10
When: This Saturday, Feb. 16th at King Intermediate Cafe
Register at 7:30am. to 2:30 PM or when your interview is complete.
Please arrange for your transportation to and from the event: 7:30am to 2:30PM.
Repeat: District History Day is this Saturday at King Intermediate.
Please bring the needed items for your performances and interviews.
Questions? See you teacher - L. Ishihara
8TH GRADE REGISTRATION FORM
Bring your Registration Forms to class this Friday, February 15th.. We will be
discussing registration in Ms. Wily's and Mr. Akita's class. - O. Te'o
KAHUKU PASEFIKA CLUB
First MAY DAY / WE ARE SAMOA practice will be held on Monday, Feb. 18th at 6:00pm
in the cafeteria! Make sure you wear a lavalava to practice and be on time! Cheehoo!
- A. Taosoga
High School meeting Thursday at lunch in W104 - A. Swiderski
PROM SEASON IS HERE....
"Lost in Japan" is this year's Junior/Senior Prom theme and will be held at the HAWAII
PRINCE HOTEL on March 19th, 2019 from 5:30-10:00PM. Tickets will go on sale next
week Tuesday after school in Q2 with Mrs. Fonoimoana. You can get CLEARANCE forms
from Q2 or R103. You must be a Junior or Senior currently in High School. You must get
all required signatures, make up detention hours, and pay your student obligations to be able
to pay for your tickets. All forms, money and copies of IDs are due before you can purchase
tickets. Tickets are $75 per person from February 19-March 1, 2019. The last week to
purchase ticekts is March 4-8, 2019 and the price will go up to $80 per person, so get
your tickets early. - K. Kalama
ATTENTION 8TH GRADERS!
Attention Grade 8, we have been actively registering for next school year! Be sure to review
the green registration card with your parents and return all finalized elective choices to the
box in Q2 (College and Career Center) ASAP to ensure that your high school course selections
are reviewed.. The extended deadline to turn in cards is Friday, February 22nd. - A. McCauley
CLASS OF 2020 REGISTRATION
Attention Juniors, we have been actively registering for next school year! Be sure to review
the blue registration card with your parents and return all finalized elective choices to Q-3
ASAP. The deadline to turn in cards is Friday, 2/22/19. Mahalo! - K. Ontai
11TH - 12TH GRADE GT/AP STUDENTS & DEBATE STUDENTS:
Model UN is Friday, March 15, 2019. Please sign up for your delegation and topics.
Resolutions and Position Papers will be due the first week of March.
Lunch informational meetings to be announced. Come to Y-202 to sign up on March 19th.
Mahalo! - L. Ishihara
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT: ALU LIKE, INC.
Join us for a 6-week Summer Employment Opportunity for students of Hawaiian Ancestry,
ages 14yrs to 21yrs .in our Ko'olauloa Moku. Interested students may pick up an Informational
Flyer from Mrs. Fonoimoana in Q2. Mandatory Orientation during Spring Break!!
- R. Fonoimoana
ALOHA RUN IS THIS COMING MONDAY PRESIDENTS DAY FEB 18
Those runners that want to ride the free bus from and to or just to the Aloha Run come sign up
and get a permission from form Mrs Wells R204 by Friday. Bus leaves at 4:45 am from the KHS.
If you received your Aloha Run Card in the mail and want Mrs Wells to pick up your running
number please bring your carad to Mrs Wells in R204 by Friday. - W. Wells
FEBRUARY 19 ALOHA SUST `ĀINA BILITY
The Kahuku Family Alumni Community Engagement (or Kahuku FACE) will be hosting a
fun free family event called, ALOHA SUST `ĀINA BILITY on Tuesday, February 19 at the
Kahuku High Cafeteria from 6-8PM. The event is FREE and open to all families in the
Kahuku Complex area (Ka'a'awa through Sunset Beach) There will be sustainability resources,
coconut plate weaving, free native plants, poi pounding demonstrations, palusami samples,
block printing, prizes and more! First come first served, so be on time.
For questions or for ways to participate contact Melanie Afualo at 352-6019.
-Melanie Afualo, Kahuku F.A.C.E Coordinator
FEBRUARY IS CHOOSE ALOHA MONTH
FEBRUARY is Social Awareness Month. Remember our CHOOSE ALOHA campaign early in
the year and remember to be kind. Choosing Aloha means having the courage to be grateful when
life is not easy, to forgive even when the person who hurt you is not sorry, and to step outside
your own world to help someone else. When we CHOOSE ALOHA in our thoughtful responses
we take our personal power back and make the world a better place.
-Melanie Afualo, Kahuku F.A.C.E Coordinator
KAHUKU IS PARTICIPATING IN THE 4TH ANNUAL YOUNG WOMEN PROM EVENT
Saturday, March 2, 8-10AM at the Polynesian Cultural Center This is a FREE community event.
Hair, lashes, accessories, makeup tips, a fashion show with students from KHIS with FREE Prom
dresses! Inspirational messages about healthy relationships, self-empowerment, and awareness of
domestic violence. Schools from Waimanalo through Wahiawa are invited to this event!
*If you would like to donate past prom dresses towards this event, please contact Melanie Afualo,
the Kahuku F.A.C.E Coordinator at 352-6019 .-Melanie Afualo, Kahuku F.A.C.E Coordinator
All Students Trying Out for Spring Sports
Required to complete the following:
1. Have a current Sports Physical submitted to the Athletic Trainer
2. Complete a Risk Form for the sport you are trying out for, submitted to the Athletic Trainer
3. Receive a Clearance Form from the Athletic Trainer
4. Have Obligations signed by the Front Office Clerk
5. Submit Clearance Form to Coach in order to Try Out or Participate.
Come out and participate in one of the following Spring Sports
Girls Water Polo, Tennis, Softball, Track & Field, Judo, Golf, Baseball, Boys Volleyball
GO BiG RED !!! - G. Yamagata
News Flash: You can Down load the GO FAN APP and purchase your tickets on line.
Select the Oahu Interscholastic League, select the Game your purchasing for, and the
type of tickets. Present your phone at the gate showing the tickets purchased to gate
personal, who will select the tickets needed. Friday Games: Ticket gates open 5:30pm.
Saturday Games: Ticket Gates open 4:30pm. GO BiG RED !!! - G. Yamagata
If you have purchased an Athletic Pass
Pick up your passes from P-23, Mrs Vimahi, Room Ph # 305-7534.
Pick Up during Recess, Lunch or After School Hours.
Show your ID when picking up. - G. Yamagata
Scholarships are available and open to students in grades 9-12. Find out more info in Q2
or check out the KHIS website...go to Students ---> College and Career Center --->
Scholarship search for all the latest information. - M. Mumma
HAWAII SELF STORAGE SCHOLARSHIP
The Hawaii Self Storage Scholarship is available for high school seniors - students just need
to write an essay and complete the application. Ten students will win a $1,000 scholarship.
You can find the scholarship on the Hawaii Self Storage website, the KHIS website and in
Q2. The deadline is Feb 15, 2019. - M. Mumma
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR STUDENTS OF SAMOAN ANCESTRY
The Lumina'i Awards aim to recognize students of Samoan ancestry who excel in service,
leadership and academics. Students can win $600 in 16 different categories. Applications can be
picked up in Q2 and the deadline is March 1. The Hannemann leadership awards look to recognize
students of Samoan ancestry who demonstrate academic promise and leadership potential. Go to
mufihannemann.com to fill out the application. The deadline is March 31. - M. Mumma
FOODLAND'S SHOP FOR HIGHER EDUCATION
Foodland's Shop For Education program started on Feb 6 and will continue until March 19. The top
five schools will win five $2,000 scholarships to award to graduating seniors. So for the next few
weeks shop at Foodland and designate KHIS as your school (school code 7535). - M. Mumma
RED RAIDER HEALTH CENTER
To schedule an appointment for both medical & dental, please call 293-9231.
YOU CAN SUBMIT YOUR NOTES FOR STUDENTS' EXCUSED ABSENCES VIA EMAIL
All excused absences (pls. see the RedBook for excusable reasons) require a note from a
parent/guardian within three (3) days of the excused absence. The email address is
Serve your detention hours today! As a reminder, detention hours not served are considered
an obligation. Students will need to serve their accumulated detention hours for unexcused
absences prior to participating in extracurricular activities such as the Prom, May Day Court
auditions, Winter Sports, etc. Written notes for excused absences should be submitted or
emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org within three days of student absences. Detention hours
can be served in Rm. R-201 from 3:00pm - 5:00pm. If you have any questions, regarding
attendance, please call Mrs. Phillips 305-7380. Any questions regarding detention, please call
Ms. Taosoga at 305-7446. Thank you. - A. Taosoga
NEW INFINITE CAMPUS APP
The app that currently is used to view online grades, infinite campus, now has an entirely
new version which must be downloaded. Be sure to download the appropriate app as a
parent or student, as they are different and won't work with your log in if you are not using
the correct one. The current infinite campus app will soon be discontinued. Please call
(808) 305-7410 or email email@example.com if you have questions about
how the app works, and contact your grade level counselor if you are having trouble
accessing your account. - M. Jackson
NEW ID INFORMATION
-Please be advised that replacement IDs will now cost $5 each. Parents/Guardians will
get notification of their child’s replacement ID fees via quarterly report cards. You can
also call 305-7394 to get information on replacement ID fees. Replacement ID fees are
considered student obligations and need to be paid prior to students participating in
extra-curricular activities. -Every replacement ID gets a brand new code so students will
not be able to use their old IDs to get school meals. This prevents other students from
using lost/stolen IDs to purchase school meals.
-Students will be required to show their ID to get a school meal. Students may obtain a
replacement ID in Q-0, Mon - Fri 7:30am - 7:55am. and recess on Monday, Thursday &
Friday, 9:40am - 9:55am, Tuesdays, 9:25am - 11:05am. Wednesdays, 9:25am - 9:40am,
Replacement IDs will not be available during lunch periods. -Admin
NEW LOCK OUT PROCEDURES
Due to students going to Lock Out to purposefully avoid class, time in Lock Out will be
marked as unexcused absences. Students will not be able to get make-up work or be excused
from work missed while in Lock Out. Unexcused absences will also count towards
accumulated detention hours. As a reminder, students who are found roaming on campus
instead of going to Lock Out, will get a referral for class cutting, insubordination, and/or
truancy. We are working on setting up a separate daily phone message to report the periods
that students spend in Lock Out. It is important to be in class and to get to class on time!
REPLACEMENT REDBOOK PRICE $7.00
Redbooks can be purchased in the front office during recess, lunch or after school.
NO PARKING AT THE DISTRICT PARK
Due to the construction project at Kahuku District Park, students will not be able to park
in the parking lot next to KVA. No parking will be available on campus for any
students for school year 2018-2019. - Admin
The dress code is still in effect. Please see page 19 in the Red Book to make sure that
you are complying with the dress code. Students out of dress code will be asked to change
and parents/guardians will be notified for repeated incidents. Please refrain from wearing clothing
with excessive rips and holes above the height of the permissible shorts length. Also, remember
that any type of clothing displaying inappropriate language/symbols or representing/depicting
gangs are prohibited. Dress code violations with threatening messages/images will be treated as
serious Chapter 19 offenses. - Admin
DETENTION FOR UNEXCUSED ABSENCES
Student will be assigned one hour of detention for the THIRD and every
unexcused absence for EVERY period. An hour of detention will also be added for each
unexcused absence for each period. You will get a pass to Ms. Aga's class R201 after school
from your last period teacher to serve your detention. Detention time not served will turn into
an obligation and will need to be served before being cleared for activities that require an obligation
clearance. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Aga or call her at 305-7446. Mahalo.
PERSONAL ITEM DELIVERY
Due to the amount of personal items delivered to students, unless it is deemed
an emergency, students will need to come to the front office to get their items during
recess or lunch. Instructional time will not be interrupted and school personnel will not
be utilized for the purpose of delivering personal items. - Admin
STUDENT OFF CAMPUS PASS
Students leaving campus during the school day are required to have an official Student Pass.
To expedite the process of a student getting a Student Pass, parents/guardians are advised to
call the school at 305-7380 in the morning or send a note with your child and drop it off at
Q-0 before school starts. Without prior notice, the wait time to get a student out of class
will vary depending on the availability of staff. We do not call classrooms during
Please include the following information in the note for a Student Pass:
1. Date note was written
2. Child's legal name and grade level
3. Date and time to be released
4. Reason for early release
5. Current phone number
6. Parent/guardian signature
Students who are 18 years old may sign themselves out of school, however, parent/guardians
will be notified and students will need administrative approval to be allowed back on campus.
You will be asked to present identification when picking up your child. Students will only be
released to their parent/guardian documented in school records (this does not include
Emergency Card contacts). The Student Pass must be returned to the front office if the
student returns to school before the end of the day. - Admin
Principal Donna Lindsey 305-7300 Main
SASA Michelle Alipio 305-7310 Main
Vice Principals Grades 7-8 Patricia Macadangdang 305-7322 Main
Grade 9 Carlo Carrasco 305-7372 Main
Grade 10 Uila Vendiola 305-7330 Main
Grades 11-12 VACANT 305-7300 Main
Counselors Office Assistant Nancy James 305-7321 Q3
Grade 7 Ottilia Te'o 305-7352 Q4
Grade 8 Jaena Gumapac 305-7370 Q4
Grade 9 Kregg Teichert 305-7362 Q3
Grade 10 Emmanette Haiola 305-7353 Q3
Grade 11 Kau'i Ontai 305-7363 Q3
Grade 12 Amanda McCauley 305-7361 Q2
Athletic Director Gillian Yamagata 305-7470 Gym
Athletic Director Wendy Anae 305-7472 Gym
Trainer Maia Miller 305-7471 Gym
Trainer Guy Boystun 305-7471 Gym
Front Office Accounting Margaret Primacio/Emee Viloria 305-7331 Main
Lunch Deanna Kahele 305-7301 Main
Bus Charmaine Pina 305-7303 Main
Attendance- Office Assistant Janice Phillips 305-7380 Q-0
College & Career Matt Mumma 305-7360 Q2
Raynae Fonoimoana 305-7371 Q273
Student Services Coordinator Cussana Mapu 305-7390 R102
Special Education Lynda Wright 305-7383 R102
Special Education Jerusha Magalei 305-7320 R102
SSC Office Assistant Chasity Wily 305-7543 R102
Sped Jeri Tugman 305-7381 R102
Registrar Joe Holtzmann 305-7350 Q1
Registrar's Office Assistant Lolanda Mainaaupo-Remigio 305-7351 Q1
Cafeteria Roz Saizon 305-7493 Cafe
Custodian Sonya Domingues 305-7492 Custodian rm
Health Room Trisha Soliai 305-7400 R104
KAHUKU.ORG Lynn Cicatko 293-8919 R-bldg
Family Involvers Kahuku Family Alumni Community Engagement or Kahuku F.A.C.E
Melanie Afualo and Kela Miller
Monday, Wednesday and Fridays 7AM-3:30PM
Phone: 305-7373 H-104
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