E ke kula waena ʻo Kamehameha … A-LO-HA!
O ka lā ʻumikūmāono kēia o Ianuali
He Pōʻahā kēia
He lā ʻeono
Today is Thursday, January 16, Day 6
Lunch Today: Chicken Patty Sandwich
Ke Ao Lawelawe is now accepting applications for Summer leadership positions.
If you are in the 6th or 7th grade and interested in being a student leader for the Summer Kalihiao program,
please apply at: http://bit.ly/2sbCbgM Mahalo!!!
You can find the Band Q3 video at this link: https://youtu.be/UIUUAlpdZig
Kāinoa ma CRBLC
The library lunch recess sign up link is HERE. Bring your ʻoi kelakela dollars to purchase meaʻai māmā from “The Mini-Zone.”
THE ZONE OPENS THURSDAY – 7:15 am – 3:05 pm
Fill out and complete this PRE-ORDER FORM for walk-thru service. We will have your order ready and waiting at CRBLC. Payment is required at time of pick up. Orders will be filled while supplies last.
MAI POINA – PLACE YOUR ‘ŌPALA IN A TRASH CAN AND NO EATING IN THE BUILDINGS! MAHALO!
Poʻahā’s Borrow Me! Puke
Lucky Enough by Fred Bowen – “When Trey’s treasured lucky charm―a piece of blue sea glass he found near his grandmother’s beach house―”helps” him make it onto the Ravens travel team with his friend Cole, he is overjoyed. This stroke of good fortune reinforces his superstitious behavior, and the rituals become more and more important to him. In spite of some teasing and even some sarcasm from his teammates, Trey persists―he never steps on the foul line, he obsessively taps the corners of home plate when he’s at bat, he always chooses the same lucky bat―and the list just keeps getting longer. Why stop? After all, his tactics are working; he’s doing quite well on the field and in the batter’s box. Then one day he can’t find his lucky sea glass. He and Cole search everywhere―but it’s no use. Trey’s performance begins to slip, and he is convinced that his future with the Ravens is doomed. It is no comfort to him to learn that many pro baseball players also depended on lucky charms or rituals. Things don’t start to improve for Trey until his uncle reminds him of his grandmother’s favorite saying: “The harder you work, the luckier you get.” (Amazon.com)
CRBLC Book-to-Film Showing of the Week – Eragon
Imua Week – January 13-17 – Dress up and participate in activities and earn Spirit Points for your class:
Thursday – Throw Back Thursday – Non-Uniform Tops and Bottoms (see handbook for appropriate tops and allowed non-uniform bottoms), Covered Shoes * Period 8 Homecoming Dance in Hāʻaeamahi
Friday – Blue & White Warrior Pride – Non-Uniform Tops and Bottoms (see handbook for appropriate tops and allowed non-uniform bottoms), Covered Shoes * Afternoon Activity in Laʻamea for Spirit Paddle Points
I lā maikaʻi!