E ko Kamehameha Hawaiʻi ma ke kula waena nei… A-LO-HA!
‘O ka lā iwakāluakūmālua kēia o Nowemapa
He Poʻalua kēia
He lā ʻehā
Today is Tuesday, November 22, Day 4
Lunch today: Glazed Ham
All Grades – your kōkua is needed:
Aloha! My name is Uamili Hayashida and I am a senior at Kamehameha Schools Hawai’i. I chose to research childhood obesity because of the alarming rising levels in the world. Please take the time to answer each question so that I can take the data and compare it to see if the statement of childhood obesity is on the rise. Thank you for taking the time to participate in my Senior Legacy. Attached below is the link to the survey. Please copy and paste the link:
CRBLC – 8th Grade “Speed” Challenge Sign Up
Registration is TODAY and it closes at the end of first recess. Find the link on Mrs. Helm’s blog (MS homepage, left sidebar, CRB-Helm).
CRBLC Lunch Recess Sign Up
Click here! Mai poina: bring your things to lunch, enter through the makai door, eat, clean up, check in with Mrs. Helm, and go to CRBLC.
Big Miracle – When a family of whales is trapped by rapidly forming ice in the Arctic Circle, a small-town reporter and an animal-loving volunteer rally an unlikely coalition of Alaskan natives, oil tycoons, and the Russian and American military to set aside their differences and free the whales before it’s too late. An amazing true story that inspired the world.
Borrow Me Today!
The Boy Who Defied His Karma – “Wrenched from his home in Bangkok by the Japanese military, the boy wondered what fate awaited him. A week later, with his father’s execution for treason for aiding the British in Burma, Bunji becomes an orphan and is put into a Tokyo orphanage where he battles hunger, cold, and loneliness. Despite his misery, he wants to go to school. Remembering his father’s last words to him, at age 12 Bunji runs away from the orphanage only to become a starving street urchin in Kobe. Then, thanks to his resourcefulness and the kindness of many, he goes on to live a life full of adventures and accomplishments in Asia, the U.S., and Europe.”
Middle School Sports:
Cheerleading Try-Outs – Tuesday, Nov. 29 in Keaka Playcourt – see Mrs. Ah Chong to sign-up and get information packet
~ The Hawaii Concussion Awareness & Monitoring Program (HCAMP) will once again be visiting Big Island and putting on a FREE clinic with information about recognizing and managing concussions. This is open to athletes of any level (high school, middle school, youth group, etc).
See flyer for details: concussion_flyer_hilo_11-30-16
~ Happy Thanksgiving! No school on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 24-25
I lā maikaʻi!