Kapalama High School


Summary Daily Bulletin for Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Block C

Students in Grades 9-12 are reminded that elementary and middle school campuses are off limits. Students are also reminded that you are to catch buses from either middle or upper campus only. Thank you.

Limited one-day parking spaces are available on a first come, first served basis. PASSES MUST BE PURCHASED FROM THE ‘AKAHI STUDENT CENTER BEFORE THE DAY THEY ARE NEEDED. The cost of a one-day pass is $2.00 a day. A student must have his/her driver's license, current registration, proof of insurance, and safety check for the vehicle(s) which will be driven when purchasing a one-day pass for the first time. REMEMBER: THE VEHICLE MUST BELONG TO AN IMMEDIATE FAMILY MEMBER (MOTHER, FATHER, SISTER, BROTHER). The ‘Akahi Student Center normally opens at 7:00 a.m. One-day passes will be sold in the morning if spaces are still available and if there is an emergency. STUDENTS WHO FIND IT NECESSARY TO PURCHASE A ONE-DAY PASS BEFORE 7:30 A.M. THE DAY THEY NEED IT ARE NOT GUARANTEED A SPACE. SO, PLAN AHEAD. AN ALTERNATIVE IS TO PARK AT THE TERMINAL AND CATCH THE TERMINAL BUS TO CAMPUS. If a student parks on campus without a parking pass, driving privileges will be revoked for five days. If you have any questions, please call Ext. 28531.

As a reminder to student drivers, students are NOT allowed to park in the Athletic parking structure during the school day. Violators face a 20-day driving revocation.

Students must be in school for the entire day on the day of OR day before (if the event is on the weekend) a special event such as prom, dances, competitions, co and extra-curricular activities. This includes unscheduled periods.

The 2015-2016 High School Activities Calendar can be found at: http://kapalama.ksbe.edu/high/home/

Students are reminded that appropriate behavior is required when riding KS buses. Please be reminded that there is no eating or drinking on the bus and nothing should be thrown out of the bus window. Failure to comply with bus rules may result in suspension or loss of bus privileges. Mahalo for your kōkua.

As a reminder to registered student drivers, you are not allowed to move your vehicle during school hours. Your vehicle must remain in your assigned parking zone until the END of the last period of the school day. Violators will be issued citations for a moving violation.

Before committing to the long journey towards an M.D. degree, you might want to consider applying for the Medical Problem Solving course offered this summer, to see if this is truly the career for you. It is a three week course, taken at the University of Hawaii's John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM). The course runs from June 14 - July 1,from 8 am - 12 pm. You can earn a 0.5 science elective credit upon successful completion, build relationships with the professors that teach at JABSOM, and work at getting that foot in the door to medical school. The course will give you a good idea of what medical school is like. Some of the activities include the following: problem-based learning tutorials (same teaching method taught in medical school), visit to the anatomy lab, learn how to take vitals, learn how to listen to the heart and lungs, manikin and laparoscopic simulations, and standardized patient encounters. If interested, see Kumu Akana in Konia 208 or email her at niakana@ksbe.edu. Space is limited and competitive.

Join the Kamehameha Rugby Team! Practices are Monday-Friday from 3:30-5:30pm at Kekuanaoa (Keoua) field. Girls and boys of all skill levels are invited to join. Come to practice ready to work hard and have fun as we start preparing for rugby games against other teams in the state! Cleats/running shoes and a water bottle are needed. Don't forget to bring a friend! If you have any questions please e-mail Coach Billy @ kahaaheo91@gmail.com or Club Advisor Mrs. Peaua @ hipeaua@ksbe.edu. See you at practice!

This summer's (2016) program will be an intensive six-week program providing selected Hawaii high school juniors and seniors (as of Fall 2016) with hands on education and research experiences in environmental science. The program, modeled after the DOE's Summer Program for the Enhancement of Basic Education, will provide a college-like experience for these students. The first few weeks of the program will emphasize classroom, laboratory, and field instruction in environmental science using facilities at Windward Community College and the Hawai'i Institute of Marine Biology. The latter half would emphasize the development and implementation of environmental science research projects by the students under the supervision of research mentors. These projects will evaluate various aspects of how a watershed impacts the adjacent coral reef environment. Thus anahupua'a, or ridge-to-reef, approach will be embraced. Students will complete a formal research paper describing their research. The end of the program will culminate in a symposium in which the students present their research to a broader audience. More information/flyers are available from Robert Hutchison (rohutchi@ksbe.edu) in Konia 211 and in the Haleakala Counseling office. A downloadable application is also available. Please visit http://www.wcc.hawaii.edu/paces/highschoolprg.html or contact Dave Krupp (krupp@hawaii.edu , 808-236-9121).

Each year, U.S. military organizations host a one week long engineering camp in cooperation with the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME). These construction camps are designed for high school students who excel in math, science, and technical courses, and are interested in pursuing an engineering degree in college. For more information, including full eligibility requirements and applications visit: http://samecamps.org/. Applications should be sent electronically to Wilfred Cassidy at wnlcass@gmail.com. Applicants will know their application has been received when they get a confirmatory email. Please contact 808-308-0010 if there are any questions.

Aloha Kamehameha Schools `Ohana, any assistance you can lend in helping Kapālama to earn the Foodland’s Shop for Higher Education scholarship would be greatly appreciated. Beginning February 3rd through March 15th, when shoppers link their Maika'i card to Kapālama's code #7542 we earn points that can translate into scholarships for our students. The more points we earn the more scholarships we can award.

The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) Short-Term Research Experience for Underrepresented Persons (STEP-UP) is a national program designed to provide opportunities in individualized research for high school students from racial/ethnic groups underrepresented in biomedical and behavioral research, as well as students from disadvantaged backgrounds. The goal of this program is to expose students to hands-on laboratory, clinical or social/behavioral research with the hope of igniting and fostering their interests in scientific research and investigation. The research internship spans 8 weeks over the summer months. Each student participant will receive a participation stipend, and may be eligible to travel to Washington, D.C. to present their summer research at the NIH/NIDDK High School STEP-UP Summer Research Symposium held each year in August. For more information and to access an application visit: http://stepup.jabsom.hawaii.edu/

This annual university preview day brings prospective students and their families to the beautiful University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Campus. Attendees have the opportunity to meet with engaging faculty and staff from over 180 programs at informational booths, visit with student services, participate in activities, take tours and more. The event is scheduled for Saturday, April 2, 2016, registration is encouraged. Interested students can register at: manoa.hawaii.edu/admissions/experience You will receive a ticket attached to your email and a downloadable parking pass will be available to you after registering for the event. Students Accepted to UH Mānoa by April 2, 2016 are encouraged to bring their acceptance letter to the event for a special gift and enter to win an UH-mazing prize!

The University of Montana is pleased to announce that the Schwanke Honors Institute for high school students will be held from June 12-24, 2016. Students will take one of three courses, each of which will be taught by outstanding faculty members associated with the Davidson Honors College. Courses will incorporate a "hands-on" approach designed to enhance learning and invite classroom interaction. The program is now available to out-of-state students for in-state tuition, and financial aid is available. Applicants must have completed their sophomore year of high school by June 2016. For more information visit: http://www.dhc.umt.edu/opportunities/schwankeInstitute.php The deadline for applications is Friday, April 1.

Please join the Teen Alert Program (TAP) and help raise awareness and help prevent dating violence this month by participating in some or all of TAPʻs contests and activities. Check out the opportunities to win prizes, including TAP swag and gift cards. Writing Contests include a Haiku Contest and Blog Contest. There is also a contest called #chalkaboutlove on instagram. Please check out specific details on Teen Alert Programʻs (TAP) website: http://www.TAP808.org/TDVAM. Letʻs all help to raise awareness and prevent teen violence!

Summerfuel offers Pre-College programs designed to give high school students a chance to live like an undergraduate and enjoy a preview of university life. Students are inspired by active, engaging curricula designed to help them think critically, explore new subjects and discover their passions. Classes are balanced by a full schedule of afternoon activities, evening events and excursions intended to offer fun, interesting ways to connect with new friends and make the most of students’ time
 on campus. For more information visit: http://www.summerfuel.com/compare#tab-pc

CCA's Pre-College Program is an exciting opportunity for high school students to study art, architecture, design, or creative writing in an art-school setting. The program provides a perfect platform to expand your knowledge, grow as an individual, develop strong portfolio pieces, and get a taste of college life. As a Pre-College student you will find inspiration in this unique environment. Approximately 250 students attend each summer, many of them from around the country or abroad. For more info visit: https://www.cca.edu/academics/precollege

Bubblicious will be selling Bubble drinks this week to raise money for helpless dogs and cats. Please stop by the Auditorium this week and buy a mocha, melon or li Hing flavored bubble drink. Your donation will help feed a homeless cat or dog.

Congratulations to SHAYLIN MARN for winning the 1st place Grand Award and to HOLLY KA’APU for winning 3rd place at the HAIS District Science Fair on February 6. Shaylin won an expense paid trip to showcase her project at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) in Phoenix, Arizona (May 8-13). ISEF is the premier science competition for high school students in the world, with over 1700 students from 78 different countries competing. Congratulations to STEPHANIE ARAKI for also advancing to the 2nd round of the HAIS District Science Fair. All Honors Science Research students have advanced to the State competition (March 28-30). Congratulations to Tojo Abella, Stephanie Araki, Holly Ka’apu, Duke Mailolo, Shaylin Marn, Elijah Mossman, Kahulu Nunokawa, Anuhea Parker, Danielle Pascua, ‘Ala’i Takushi, Hope Ushiroda-Garma, and Cedar Wilson! Mahalo to KAWIKA MAHELONA and HO’OMANO PAKELE at our Midkiff Student Production Center for their extraordinary support in the creation of our science fair display boards and to Miss Ishimoto for her support.

Congratulations to Nike-Michelle “Momi” Tolentino: Kamehameha’s 2016 Mamoru and Aiko Takitani Foundation nominee. Momi now goes on to represent Kamehameha Kapālama in the state-wide competition where we know she will make Kamehameha and Pauahi proud.

If you miss Ekalesia--whether excused or unexcused--you must EMAIL your kumu to let them know you were not present. It is YOUR kuleana to contact your kumu and complete all make-up work within 1 week after your absence (by the next Ekalesia period). Failure to do so may result in your failing Ekalesia and having to repeat it next quarter. Do your part so we can do our part. Mahalo piha. Kumu Kaulana - Gr. 10 katongam@ksbe.edu Uncle B. - Gr. 12 baawai@ksbe.edu