Tuesday, May 16, 2017

May 15, 2017 3:00 PM


Portuguese Sausage
School Lunch: Kalua Pork and Cabbage
Plate Lunch: Pepperoni and Cheese Flatbread Pizza

Corned Beef
School Lunch: Turkey and Cheese Sandwich
Plate Lunch: Garlic Chicken

Special Schedules

Wednesday, May 17 - Closing Convocation
High School: Click here to see schedule changes
Middle School: Click here to see schedule changes

High School

Yearbooks will be distributed to the high school immediately after the school day TODAY, Tuesday May 16th. Come to the Watase courtyard and bring your school id. Your year book has been paid for, but you can bring cash for book cover and treats sold by the Red Cross Club.

High School Final Exam Test Prep

We will be offering Final Exam Test Prep sessions in the library the morning of Wednesday, May 17 (before Convocation) and after school on Friday, May19. During these sessions, students can learn how to organize study time at home, tips for what to expect on multiple choice vs essay exams, and generally how to plan for a successful finals week. The sessions are repeated, so you only need to come to one.
Wednesday, May 17 @ 7:30am
Friday, May 19 @ 3:30pm

Middle School

Yearbooks will be distributed to 7th and 8th graders immediately after the school day on Wednesday, May 17th. Come to the Watase courtyard and bring your school ID. If you would like to buy a book cover or a treat at the Red Cross Club's bake sale, please bring extra cash.

College Counseling

California State University Maritime Academy's Training Ship
GOLDEN BEAR will be stopping in Hawaii (June 2 & 3) during this summer's training cruise. Students are invited to take advantage of this free opportunity to tour the ship when it stops in Honolulu an see how it is used to expose our students to the maritime industry, to life as a member of a ship's crew, and to the excitement of international ports around the Pacific. To reserve your space, please go to https://www.csum.edu/web/admissions/visitthetsgoldenbearinyourcity.

New York Film Academy (NYFA) - Summer Camps for Teens (age 14-17) is a great way to learn and develop a sense of direction for college as well as portfolio material. NYFA offers intensive program options in the areas of Filmaking, Acting for Film, Photography, Musical Theatre, 3D Animation, Game Design, and Broadcast Journalism. For more information, visit https://www.nyfa.edu/summer-camps/brochure/.