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Student Misconduct Incident

Aloha Parents & Guardians. Yesterday our administration was made aware of a student misconduct incident that took place off campus. The Kauai Police Department was notified and there is no impact to our campus. School will be open with no changes to the schedule.

The safety of your child is of utmost importance and we wanted to let you know in order to avoid rumors that might spread on social media and in our school community. We appreciate your help as we work together to keep all of our students safe.
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Congratulations Kallen Wachi!

Congratulations to Kallen Wachi on being selected as one of the top 70 Nationwide to attend the Four Star Leadership program! Kallen is our first cadet from Waimea selected to attend Gen Tommy Frank's Four Star Leadership in Oklahoma City from 14 - 19 July
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WHS Bell Schedule 19-20

Aloha parents, guardians and Waimea community,
Thank you for your input on our proposed bell schedule change for next year. After much discussion, the proposal did NOT pass; our bell schedule and start times will remain the same for SY 2019-20. Thank you again for your support of Waimea HS!
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Summer bridge 2019

Aloha Parents and Guardians,
This summer we will be offering a free Summer Bridge program to 40 of our incoming 9th graders, which will focus on math and science readiness. The program will run for 10 days -- June 5, 6, 7, 10, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18, and end on June 19. For more info and the sign up sheet please see below.
Thank you.
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June 5 to July 11, 2019, 7:45 am – 11:45 am M-Th.

Cost: $80 for a half credit; $160 for a full credit
Pick up application at school’s front office or counseling office
Deadline to submit application and payment: May 20, 2019 to Sharleen Taira, Student Services Coordinator (338-6810 Ext. 164)
**Limited Alu Like tuition vouchers are available for students who qualify:
Proof of financial eligibility
Preference to students of Hawaiian ancestry
Documentation of student’s summer school attendance and grades will be required
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Reality Fair Thursday, May 16th

Waimea High School is looking for community volunteers on Thursday, May 16th to participate in a Reality Fair sponsored by Gather Federal Credit Union. If you are interested in volunteering please contact Robyn Herbig at rherbig@waimeahs.k12.hi.us
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Proposed Bell Schedule Survey

Waimea HS is contemplating a bell schedule change for next school year. In the proposal, we would keep our Skinny Monday schedule where students go to all seven periods from 8:10 am -2:45 pm but start school later Tuesday - Friday. Teachers still start school at 7:45 am each day but on Tuesday - Friday, they would use the morning times to do their academy team meetings or schoolwide tutoring/student club meetings. On Tuesday - Friday, school would begin at 9:00 am and end at 2:45 pm each day.

Students have actually come up with the proposed bell schedules that teachers are reviewing. They support the later start to allow them more time to sleep or to use the time to get tutoring in the mornings as opposed to the evening when transportation becomes an issue or they're tired after athletic practices or part-time work.

The input of our parents and guardians are valued. Could you please take a few minutes to answer the following Google Form survey? Thank you very much.... Mahina Anguay, WHS principal
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