E ke kula waena ‘o Kamehameha…aloha mai kakou!
O ka lā iwakāluakūmālua kēia o Nowemapa
He po’alima kēia
Today is Friday, November 22
Lunch Today: Filet O Fish w/ bun
Kamehameha Global Connections
Come to the Bradda Pops Sale (outside Kumu Kimoʻs class) Monday, Nov. 18 to Friday, Nov. 22 during morning break.
Money raised will help support the studentsʻ travel to Japan.
Kāinoa ma CRBLC
The library lunch recess sign up link is HERE. Sign up closes at 10:40 am. You must sign up every day to attend. Mahalo!
Poʻalima’s Borrow Me! Graphic Novel
Witchy by Ariel Slamet Ries – “In the witch kingdom Hyalin, the strength of your magic is determined by the length of your hair. Those that are strong enough are conscripted by the Witch Guard, who enforce the law in peacetime and protect the land during war. However, those with hair judged too long are pronounced enemies of the kingdom, and annihilated. This is called a witch burning.
Witchy is a comic about the young witch Nyneve, who is haunted by the death of her father and the threat the Witch Guard poses to her own life. When conscription rolls around, Nyneve has a choice to make; join the institution complicit in her father’s death, or stand up for her ideals.” (amazon.com)
CRBLC Book-to-Film Showing of the Week – Peter Pan
Want to Kōkua at THE ZONE for Trimester 2?
Fill out and submit this Barista Job Application by 3 pm on Poʻalima, 22 Nowemapa. Only serious applicants need apply. Mahalo!
CRBLC Make-and-Take Thanksgiving Activity
Origami Turkey Corner Bookmark – Sign up here
to meet at CRBLC during lunch to eat, talk story,
and make a pelehū bookmark. All supplies will
be provided. Sign up with your friends today!
- Meeting for Articulate Art Club members Thursday 11/21, make sure all paper work is in before Tuesday 11/19
- Big Run and Makahiki on Friday, 11/22 – No laptops needed. Please come to school in your PE clothes and bring a change of clothes for the pool – swimsuit, towel, slippers, change of clothes for after pool.
- CHANGE – Aloha Wear has been changed from 11/22 to 11/27.
I lā maikaʻi!