E nā koa wiwoʻole o Kamehameha… welina mai kākou
‘O ka lā ʻiwakāluakūmākahi kēia o ʻApelila
He Poʻalima kēia
He lā ʻekahi
Today is Friday, April 21, Day 1
Lunch today: Chicken Fajitas
The HPK blog site has been updated with information concerning our 2017 Roll-In. Please see this link for details: http://blogs.ksbe.edu/hpkkw/
CRBLC BONUS ʻAPU LANAKILA POINTS
Starting in May, earn bonus points if your entire advisory is cleared of ALL library obligations: overdue book(s) and fine(s).
5/1-5/5 = 15,000 points
5/8-5/12 = 20,000 points
5/15-5/19 = 25,000 points
See Aunty Nikki at CRBLC before school, at recess, during advisory, or after school to mālama your kuleana.
Now Showing at CRBLC:
In celebration of the 2017 Merrie Monarch Festival, past kahiko and ‘auana performances by competing hālau will be played throughout the week. Come and watch Miss Aloha Hula contestants vie for the title, behind-the-scene interviews with kumu hula and dancers, and bonus footage of festivities in Hilo.
CRBLC ʻApelila Incentive Activities:
Earn ‘Oi Kelakela dollars and ‘Apu Lanakila points bycompleting April’s Incentive Activities. It runs through 4/28/17. Have fun and see you at the Learning Center!
Trouble the Water by Frances O’Roark Dowell – “Eleven-year-old Callie is fearless, stubborn, and a little nosy. So when she sees an old yellow dog wandering around town by itself, you can bet she’s going to figure out who he belongs to. But when her sleuthing leads her to cross paths with a white boy named Wendell who wants to help, the segregated town doesn’t take too kindly to their budding friendship.
Meanwhile, a nearly invisible boy named Jim is stuck in a cabin in the woods. He’s lost his dog, but can’t remember exactly when his pup’s disappeared. When his companion, a little boy named Thomas, who’s been invisible much longer than he, explains that they are ghosts, the two must figure out why they can’t seem to cross the river to the other side just yet….”
To participate in high-risk sports next year, you need a baseline concussion test. Get it done in May!
Testing will be done at Kekuʻiapoiwa (high school learning center); a check-in table will be inside. Testing will be done in small groups. Appointments are not necessary and students may check-in at any time during the times listed. The test is a non-invasive computer exam that takes approximately 40 minutes to complete.
The test dates and times are:
•Monday, May 15 (3:00-5:30pm)
•Tuesday, May 16 (3:00-5:30pm)
•Wednesday, May 17 (3:00-5:30pm)
•Thursday, May 18 (3:00-5:30pm)
Students that should plan on taking a baseline test are:
•Any student interested in participating in a high-risk sport for KSH that has not previously done so
•Current 6th and 8th grade students planning on participating in a high risk sport, regardless if they have previously taken a baseline test
•Any student that has been diagnosed with a concussion since their last baseline test
For questions or clarification, please contact an athletic trainer at 982-0632 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Wrestling – April Practice Dates: 24,25, 27
Cheerleading – Practice on Mondays 3:30-5:30 and Wednesdays 2:30-5:30
Girls Basketball – Practice will be on Monday, Thursday and Friday from 3:00-5:30 in Laʻamea
Boys Basketball – Practice on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 3:30-5:30 in Laʻamea. See game schedule – KS HiPal schedule
Soccer – Practice on Monday 3:00-4:15, and Wednesday 3:15-4:30 on MS Field