Whether you can sing or not the class of 2020 would love for their classmates to get involved with Christmas Song Fest competition. We need singers, dancers, prop people, and actors/actresses. Meet at P10 lunch recess (grab your food first) every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday; after school practice P10 every Tuesday and Wednesday.If you need parent permission forms seek out a class officer or come visit Mrs. Burley in P10. Lets have fun, come together as a class, and make memories. 2020 Vision!!!
Please come to Mr. Tapeni's Class U101 during Lunch recess on Wednesday or Thursday to vote for our class colors and mascot. No vote, no grumble. GO Class of 2020!!! 20/20 Vision! Mahalo, Mrs. Burley, Class President Kristyn Kailewa and class officers.
Beginning on Oct. 13th, the entire Freshmen class will be learning aspects of financial literacy, including savings, financing higher education and renting vs. owning. First Hawaiian Bank chose Waianae High School as one of the schools to receive this program. The program is completed online through a series of interactive modules with real life examples. If students finish all the modules in 3-4 weeks, they receive a certificate of completion. The program goes through a company called EverFi. Please watch the video and explore more about the program here.
Sophomores and Freshmen who want a sneak peek of the New PSAT should attend Kaplan Test Prep’s free New PSAT Practice Test on May 9, 2015. The practice test will be held at UH, Manoa. Please visit kaptest.com/psatpractice Space is limited so sign up today! You must provide your own transportation. Taking this free practice test can help you score higher when you actually take the PSAT to be considered for National Merit Scholarships and college recruitment.
Banquet attendance policy will be enforced effective February 17, 2015 to April 2, 2015. The attendance policy is:
Any questions? Please see your:
Want to pie your teacher in the face? The Freshmen Academy is raising funds for Freshmen class activities. For every $10 raised, a teacher will be "pied" in the face. Bring donations to your 1st period teacher by Monday, September 29.
And if the whole freshmen class can raise at least $1000, Ms. Pikelny has graciously volunteered to have a pie thrown in her face next Wednesday.
"Mo Money, Mo Pies!"
Petitions for students interested in running for the Freshman Class Council are due to Ms. Uemori in Shop 2 by Thursday, Sept. 24. Thank you!
Freshman Council - Any freshman (9th grader) interested in serving on the Freshman Council or helping with freshman activities, please come to the Student Activities Office at Shop 2 during lunch on Monday, Aug. 18 or Tuesday, Aug. 19 to sign up. Thanks! Ms. Uemori