E ke kula waena ʻo Kamehameha… aloha mai kākou
‘O ka lā ‘umikūmāono kēia o Ianuali
He Po‘akolu kēia
He lā ‘ewalu
Today is Wednesday, January 16, Day 8
Lunch Today is: Filet-o-Fish w/ Bun
Breakfast on Thursday is: Oatmeal
The ʻOi Kelakela Store will be open tomorrow during first recess. Don’t forget to stop on by with your ʻoi kelakela dollars.
Students on DETENTION and/or CONDUCT PROBATION:
On Friday 1/18/19, please report to the following locations when you are released for lunch:
- Room 106 – Detention students will be working with kumu DJ
- Room 114 – Conduct Probation students will be working with Mrs. Ahuna
Interested in wrestling. Sign-up today. Wrestling Sign-up Link: https://goo.gl/forms/WpSi1lqW1vAECV6I3
THE ZONE Opens on Poʻahā from 7:15am – 3:15pm
Lunch Recess Reminders:
Students should not be in the buildings until recess is over … the only exception is that students needing to use the restrooms are allowed to use the main entrance to Kamakaʻimoku and may use the restrooms near the MS office. In addition, students should not be hanging out at the bus ramp or on the side of the building near the bus ramp.
New Yearʻs Dance
When: Friday, January 18, 2019
Where: Hāʻaeamahi Dining Hall
Time: 1:20-2:35 (Period 8)
Theme – Fire and Ice
Come to school dressed in – Red, Orange, Yellow, Blue, White
Enjoy the music and lighting by our High School Media Class, refreshments, and lots of fun activities!
Borrow Me! at CRBLC
IraqiGirl: Diary of a Teenage Girl in Iraq by IraqiGirl – “I feel that I have been sleeping all my life and I have woken up and opened my eyes to the world. A beautiful world! But impossible to live in.
These are the words of fifteen-year-old Hadiya, blogging from the city of Mosul, Iraq, to let the world know what life is really like as the military occupation of her country unfolds. In many ways, her life is familiar. She worries about exams and enjoys watching Friends during the rare hours that the electricity in her neighborhood is running.
But the horrors of war surround her everywhere—weeklong curfews, relatives killed, and friends whose families are forced to flee their homes. With black humor and unflinching honesty, Hadiya shares the painful stories of lives changed forever. “Let’s go back,” she writes, “to my un-normal life.”
With her intimate reflections on family, friendship, and community, IraqiGirl also allows us to witness the determination of one girl not only to survive, but to create, amidst the devastation of war, a future worth living for.” –Amazon.com
Earn ʻOi Kelakela dollars for borrowing this puke. Earn bonus ʻOK dollars for book talking it with Mrs. Helm.
CRBLC Wikiō of the Week
Hoot – Watch the video and then borrow the book!
I lā maikaʻi!