E ko Kamehameha Hawaiʻi ma ke kula waena nei… aloha nui iā kākou a pau, A-LO-HA!
‘O ka lā ʻiwakaluakūmāono kēia o ʻOkakopa
He Poʻahā kēia
He lā ‘ehā
Today is Thursday, October 26, Day 4 – Pool Pāʻina (after lunch)
Lunch today: Shoyu Chicken
Any student who still has an outstanding detention folder at the end of the day on Wednesday 10/25/17 will need to report to the office during the Pāʻina Day celebration. Be sure to complete your detention assignment before then so that you donʻt have to miss out on the Pāʻina Day festivities!
ʻOi KELAKELA COUPONS:
Today is the last day to redeem ʻOi Kelakela coupons at the ʻOi Kelakela School Store, at THE ZONE down at the CRBLC, or at the office for 10 ʻApu Lanakila points for each coupon.
Got a CRBLC obligation? Then you will not attend the end-of-trimester celebration. The last day to clear all overdue books and pay fines is today. Please mālama your kuleana.
CRBLC HALLOWEEN MASK CONTEST
Go to Mrs. Helm’s blog for more information about the contest. We can’t wait to see your original creations!
CRBLC ʻOkakopa Incentive Activity:
Earn ʻApu Lanakila points by completing October’s Incentive Activity. It runs until 10/31/17. If the entire grade level works together to complete the task, earn BONUS incentive points!
Check Google Classroom for practice dates.
Middle School Volleyball
Congratulations to the White, Blue and Boys volleyball teams for finishing strong at the middle school volleyball tournament held at Christian Liberty this past weekend! See the volleyball website for videos and pictures of tournament action. It was the last tournament for these teams. Last practice for these teams will be on Thursday, November 2nd.
The Black teams will continue to practice and play in the P&R league. See the website for practice and game dates and times. Please see Coach Kaʻaʻa if there are any questions.
– No School on Friday, 10/27 – Teacher Work Day
– Halloween Dance on Tuesday, 10/31 (after lunch) – Students are to come to school dressed in their costumes. No gory, bloody or demonic costumes and no weapons (even toy weapons).
I lā maikaʻi!