To help you understand dining etiquette go to the link below and watch the videos and answer the questions. You must be logged into your KS google account.
Let’s practice your table setting skills by taking the quiz – see link below.
All 8th grade students will participate in an Etiquette Day on May 11. Students will learn about three types of etiquette – career, dining and social. Additionally, students will learn about God’s plan for their spiritual maturity as a young man or woman in Christ. Students will practice dining etiquette at a formal luncheon in the Kalama Dining Hall that day.
Save the date! Ka Mālamalama o ke Ao Nei is on May 24, 2017. This program is for all 8th grade students to confer blessings and well-wishes upon them. The ceremony begins at 2:15pm in the Kekūhaupiʻo Gymnasium. We request that no flowers, balloons or other gifts be brought into the gym. Let our gifts of well-wishes be what we bring. Each child will receive a special order lei kukui. All students are expected to arrive to school in Founder’s Day attire.
Kamehameha Middle School’s got talent! If you would like to perform at the last day of school assembly, complete the talent application form and turn in to the student activities office, Keliʻimaikaʻi 106 by April 21.
Looking for orientation volunteers. Volunteers will assist the incoming 7th grade students in the Class of 2023 to transition to the middle school at the New Student Orientation on August 7. If you would like to assist in this activity, complete the volunteer form and return to the student activities office, Keliʻimaikaʻi by May 15 or send by email to Mrs. Vannatta at firstname.lastname@example.org