E ke kula waena ʻo Kamehameha… aloha mai kākou
‘O ka lā ʻiwakāluakūmālima kēia o Ianuali
He Poʻakolu kēia
He lā ʻehiku
Today is Wednesday, January 25, Day 7
Lunch today: Filet O Fish w/ Bun
Career Day Announcement
Please make sure you select ONE Technology session and THREE Career sessions when completing your Career/Tech Day Registration. If you do not follow the instructions, your sessions will be changed and you may loose your first choice(s).
Note – the only exception is if you choose First Hawaiian Bank. Please see your tutorial for more information.
Grade 8 Registration – 1/24/17
Grade 7 Registration – 1/25/17
Grade 6 Registration – 1/26/17
Meat Club Canned Food Drive being held from Jan 30 to Feb 3. Please donate canned foods. Meat is highly encouraged! Prize – $100 pizza party to winning advisory.
- Rehearsals run February 21, 23, 27, 28 & Mar 1 from 3:00-5:30
- Show Night is March 2
- Looking to fill five “bit” roles with just a few lines as well as extras with no lines to fill in crowd scenes.
- Fairy tale costumes provided, high school students wear jeans and neutral colored tee shirts
Fast Break by Mike Lupica – “Forced to live on his own after his mom dies and her boyfriend abandons him, 12-year-old Jayson does whatever it takes to get by. He will do anything to avoid the foster care system. He manages to get away with his deception until the day he gets caught stealing a new pair of basketball sneakers. Game over. Within a day a social worker places him with a family from the other side of town, the Lawtons. New home, new school, new teammates.
Jayson, at first, is combatative, testing the Lawtons’ patience at every turn. He wants out, yet the Lawtons refuse to take the bait. But not everyone in Jayson’s new life is so ready to trust him. It’s on Jayson to believe that he deserves a better life than the one he once had. The ultimate prize if he can? A trip to play in the state finals at Cameron Indoor Stadium–home to the Duke Blue Devils and launching pad to his dream of playing bigtime college ball. Getting there will be a journey that reaches far beyond the basketball court.”
CRBLC Movie of the Week:
The Watsons Go to Birmingham – “The film chronicles the ordinary interactions and everyday routines of the Watsons, an African American family living in Flint, Michigan, and how they are drastically changed after they go to visit Grandma in Alabama in the summer of 1963.”
CRBLC Ianuali Incentive Activities:
Earn ‘Apu Lanakila points by completing January’s Incentive Activities. It runs from 1/10/17 through 1/31/17. Have fun and see you at the Learning Center!
The end of the trimester is a few weeks away. If you have any obligations – overdue books, fines – you willNOT be able to attend Pā’ina Day. Unsure? Come in and check with Aunty Nikki.
CRBLC – Whatʻs the Count?
This week, e hoʻomaikaʻi to Mr. Masuko who guessed closest to the count of items in our entire MS collection –8,236. He won 100 ʻApu Lanakila points for his advisory. Is 8,236 above or below the actual count? Submit your daily guesses and try your luck. Guess the exact count and earn 500 bonus points!
Middle School Sports:
Cheerleading – Practice on Mondays 3:30-5:30 and Wednesdays 2:30-5:30
Girls Basketball – Practice Monday, Thursday, and Friday from 3:00-5:30 in Laʻamea
Track – Practice on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 3:45-5:15 at Paiʻea Stadium
~ ʻOi Kelakela shirts and free dress bottoms on Friday, 1/27
~ Astronaut Ellison Onizuka Science Day – see flyer for details – onizuka-day-poster-17
I lā maikaʻi!