Lunch today: Taco
Breakfast tomorrow: Biscuits and gravy
M A H A L O to everyone for your presence, participation, and embracing the opportunity to dedicate an afternoon in remembrance of our Ali`i, Bernice Pauahi Bishop, 134 years after her passing.
The ʻOi Kelakela Store will be open during first recess tomorrow, Friday, October 19th. Come and check it out!
- Aloha Wear tomorrow – please make appropriate choices!
- ʻOi Kelakela shirts and free dress bottoms – Monday, October 22
- 1st Trimester Pāʻina – Thursday, October 25 – bring swimsuits, towel, slippers and change of clothes for our pool party after lunch
MIDDLE SCHOOL SPORTS:
Cross country practice is CANCELLED this Thursday Oct. 18. Practice will be next Monday the 22nd and Thursday the 25th. Thursday the 25th is a Potluck Pool Party. Please see Mrs. Thompson for details and check cross country google classroom.
XC will not be attending the Waikoloa meet Oct. 20.
Congratulations to the girls XC team who placed 3rd at the Waimea Meet October 6th. And Congratulations to the boys who had an Undefeated season and placed 1st at the meet. Great job Middle School Cross Country!
Girls and Boys Volleyball
All middle school teams will be playing this Saturday (Oct. 20) in the “Block Out Cancer” volleyball tournament at the high school. See the link for the game schedules.
Black and Boys Teams: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1WTbI8kgz4xri_Qw82bF-9PBfPAqRYdK0A-L4Bblfuyw/edit?usp=sharing
Please see the October practice schedule for practice times. Our next tournament will be on October 20.
October Practice Schedule link:
ʻOi Kelakela Coupons
The last day for redemption of coupons is Friday 10/19/18.
Final ʻApu Lanakila points will be tabulated at the end of the day on Friday 10/19/18. Advisory and grade level winners will be announced at the 1st Trimester awards assembly on November 13th. Good luck everyone! Continue to make good choices and put forth good efforts!
All detention assignments must be completed by the end of the day on Wednesday 10/24/18. All students with outstanding obligations will need to attend a mandatory session during Paʻina Day activities on Thursday 10/25/18. Any student that still has outstanding detention obligations will be required to finish up their time requirement on Friday 10/26/18 (Teacher Workday). Transportation to and from school on the Teacher Workday and lunch will be the responsibility of the studentʻs family. Please do what it takes to finish your obligations ahead of time!
KĀINOA MA CRBLC!
Want to spend lunch recess at CRBLC? Sign up using this link.
Got a CRBLC obligation?
If you want to participate in the end-of-trimester Pāʻina Day celebration, then turn-in or renew overdue books and pay damaged/lost book fees by 3pm on Poʻalima, 19 ‘Okakopa. Please mālama your kuleana. Mahalo!
THE ZONE Opens Today from 7:15am – 3:15pm
Halloween Borrow Me Book at CRBLC!
The Halloween Tree by Ray Bradbury – “A fast-moving, eerie…tale set on Halloween night. Eight costumed boys running to meet their friend Pipkin at the haunted house outside town encounter instead the huge and cadaverous Mr. Moundshroud. As Pipkin scrambles to join them, he is swept away by a dark Something, and Moundshroud leads the boys on the tail of a kite through time and space to search the past for their friend and the meaning of Halloween. After witnessing a funeral procession in ancient Egypt, cavemen discovering fire, Druid rites, the persecution of witches in the Dark Ages, and the gargoyles of Notre Dame, they catch up with the elusive Pipkin in the catacombs of Mexico, where each boy gives one year from the end of his life to save Pipkin’s.” (Booklist)
Earn ʻOi Kelakela dollars for borrowing this puke. Earn bonus ʻOK dollars for book talking it with Mrs. Helm.
CRBLC Halloween Wikiō of the Week
The Haunting Hour: Don’t Think About It – “For goth girl, Cassie, fitting into a new school and neighborhood isn’t easy, but she entertains herself by playing tricks on the “popular” kids and her little brother, Max. As Halloween approaches, Cassie’s search for scares leads her to a mysterious Halloween store and an unusual book. When Max begs her to read the book to him, she gives in and disregards the warning about not reading the book aloud. But it’s when they get to the last page of the book and its clear warning about the Evil Thing, that the spooky adventure really begins.” (Follettdestiny.com)
Watch the video and then borrow an R.L. Stine book to get into the Halloween spirit.
I lā maikaʻi!