E ke kula waena ʻo Kamehameha … A-LO-HA!
‘O ka lā ‘iwakāluakūmālua kēia o Kepakemapa
He Po’alima kēia
He lā ʻelua
Today is Friday, September 22 , Day 2
Lunch today: Beef Stew
Any student with Outstanding Detention Hours at the end of the day on Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017, will need to stay for MANDATORY After School Detention from 2:45 – 5:00 pm with Mr. Chow. Please make sure you bring clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty. Any questions, please see Mr. Chow or Aunty Crystal.
Borrow Me at CRBLC!
Selp-Helf by Miranda Sings – “In this decidedly unhelpful, candid, hilarious “how-to” guide, YouTube personality Miranda Sings offers life lessons and tutorials with her signature sassy attitude.”
CRBLC Movie of the Week:
The Spiderwick Chronicles – “Brothers Simon and Jared Grace move, with their mother and sister Mallory, into the Spiderwick Estate, the former home of their great uncle Arthur Spiderwick who mysteriously disappeared long ago, and discover a world filled with elves, goblins, dwarves, trolls, and other fascinating creatures.”
Middle school boys and girls Cross Country
Practices are on Monday’s and Thursday’s from 3:30pm to 5:30pm. (No practice during October vacation.)
Please visit Mrs. Thompson’s blog for more details. Get your athletic papers in asap!
Middle School Volleyball
Kamehameha Middle School will be hosting a middle school tournament on Saturday, September 30 in Laʻamea gym. Black, blue and white team parents will be asked to work and donate items for this event. Please see the following link for more details.
Game schedule for September 30 middle school tournament:
Practice Schedule – Click on the link to view the September practice schedule:
Black Team P&R Schedule link:
~ Picture retakes on Wednesday, Sept. 27th for those that were absent or would like to retake. Please be sure to bring your picture packet back to be able to retake your picture
~ Aloha Friday starting on Sept. 29th – Aloha wear Fridays will be designated once a month (usually the last Friday of the month). Please be aware of the Aloha Wear guidelines, see handbook information below:
I lā maikaʻi!