Friday, August 15, 2014
Thursday, August 14, 2014
- Brett Tourigny, Josh Bowen & Bill Cowern of Hawaiian Mahogany, Inc. for digging holes;
- Sandy Nishek and Kaua‘i Nursery and Landscaping for bringing the trees to the site and helping with the planting;
- Senior dads, Terrill Pratt and Lon Malapit who helped dig the holes;
- Senior moms, Jeri Cook and Lianne Malapit for bringing refreshments
- Eddie Acierto of Acierto Construction for cementing the plaque post in place.
"Da Crew" finished the job.
Austin Cook, Makali‘i Pratt, Kellan Wortmann and Lansen Eto represented their class.
Eddie Acierto of Acierto Construction, placed the plaque with the names of the Class of 2014.
Austin cook dug holes
Each year at our Annual Auction, several parking stalls are up for bid. There are four reserved parking stalls this year - three in the small parking lot behind the kitchen, and one on the high school side of the campus near the Senior Lounge/gazebo. Each is clearly marked. We need to ask everyone to please respect the reserved parking spaces, even if it is after school hours. Mahalo.
The due date to join the lunch program for Trimester 1 has been extended. Call the front Office by noon tomorrow, Friday, August 15th to sign up.If you need a copy of the different meal plan options or need clarification of the new program, please visit http://www.ischool.org/pages/res/lunch.html or call the Office. 808-245-0233.
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Community Service Opportunity for students and adults:
The Relay for Life is an annual fundraiser on behalf of the American Cancer Society, and is also a chance to recognize and celebrate local cancer survivors. All proceeds from the fundraiser go towards cancer research and support for local community members affected by cancer. This year's Relay is from August 15 @ 6:00pm - August 16 @ 6:00am and will be hosted at the Kaua‘i Christian Academy in Kilauea. It is a volunteer driven activity, so help is needed with a number of activities, including: setup, takedown, parking control, security (doing rounds around the parking lot/ stage areas) and litter collection among a few other tasks. Note that set up will be the morning of the 15th before the event starts (roughly 9am-5pm) and takedown will occur after the event end from roughly 6am-10am, depending on how many people are helping out.
Note that volunteers will be provided with a Relay for Life volunteer t-shirt and food depending on when and how long they help out for.
Those interested can email Teddy Rose '12, at email@example.com.
Girls Varsity and JV Volleyball are practicing from 4:00 to 6:30 this week and will change when school starts.Boys and Girls XC are practicing at 8:30am this week M,W,F, and will change next week to every day at 3:00pm, meeting at Wilcox Gym.
Contact Kaipo for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alice, Valerie & Melissa are ready in the LRC.
PA President ,Leah Edwards, and new middle schooler, Nahe, at registration.
7th grader, Kailey Masters, introduces her mom, Debbie, at MS Orientation.
Seventh graders head to the Noni Classroom for orientation.
Ian Cowden discusses his schedule with Joan Shaw.
Amber Hopkins and Genevieve Foster hear about this year's social studies and English classes from Ms. Barale and Mr. Reynolds.
Traci Sullivan talks with Davis Huffman about his science classes.
Seniors crowd in the door during registration.
Four members of the Island School Class of 2014 woke up early this morning to make good on their senior gift to Island School. They met up with volunteers from Kaua‘i Nursery and Hawaiian Mahogany, Inc., who brought the trees and dug the holes. Mahalo to everyone who helped with this project. The trees, which are planted on the east side of the Wilcox Gymnasium, will beautify our campus and provide the lovely plumeria flowers we use for so many special occasions.
Austin Cook, Makali‘i Pratt, Kellan Wortmann and Lansen Eto planted the trees.
Their gift included a plaque listing the names of the Class of 2014.