05/02/2023 KVIKS News Bulletin



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On todays’ bulletin, KVIKS General Meeting, Pancit/Noodle Fundraiser, and College Visitation. Coming up next! 


HOST: Aloha Vikings! This is your K-V-I-K-S News Bulletin. I’m __Micah___ and today’s date is Tuesday, May 2nd, 2023. The periods are 1-3-5-7

KVIKS General Meeting

KVIKS Members, we will have a general meeting this week on Thursday, May 4, 2023 at C-215. To pre-order lunch, please go to google classroom and add your name.


Also, if you are interested in attending the Gala/Senior Celleration, don’t forget that you have till this Friday, May 5, 2023 to turn in your payment. Mahalo!

Pancit/Noodle Fundraiser

Aloha Vikings! EAC is holding a Pancit/Noodle fundraiser. Presale is happening now. Pre-sales tickets are only $8 dollars!! Come get your ticket at Ms. Izawa (C-125), Ms. Carey (C-125), Ms. Baum (C-123), or Ms. R (C-217). Thank you! Have a great day.


Aloha Juniors! Please pick up your yearbook today, May 2nd, during lunchtime. Bring your I.D. and/or receipt if you pre-paid for your book. If you did not pre-pay, you can buy one for $50 cash. Mahalo!

Dartmouth College

Aloha, Vikings! This week we are excited to host Steve Abbott from Dartmouth College in New Hampshire on Thursday, March 4th @ 10:00 am during pd 3. If you are interested in learning more about this Ivy League College, see Mrs. Frias in N-103 to sign up and pick up a pass for his presentation.


There seems to be a question on whether students can park on the right side of Waianuenue Avenue on school days before 8:00 AM. We know for sure you cannot park on the left side coming down Waianuenue Avenue as it is one way traffic. So this announcement is to let you know, NO, you cannot park on the right side either. Here are the signs seen on both side of the street. In talking to a police officer, a ticket will be issued should you do so.

KVIKS will be back after these messages.

[VIDEO] EB DeSilva Class Reunion

[VIDEO] May Day 

Guess what! Itʻs May and you know what that means...Hilo Highʻs May Day hōʻike is quickly approaching. This yearʻs May Day Hōʻike will be on Friday-May 12th. We will have a show during the school day for students and staff only. However, there will also be an evening show that is open to the public that has a ticket to enter. May Day tickets will be on sale on Monday-Tuesday May 1st & 2nd in front of the New Gym from 3-6pm. Tickets will go fast and will be sold on a first come basis. Adult tickets are $5 and tickets for keiki-10yrs and younger will $2. If you have any questions, come see Kumu ʻAwa. Mahalo!

[VIDEO] Class of 2026

Attention Class of 2026! Do you want to show off your creativity and love for our class? Well, here's your chance! We are excited to announce the Class of 2026 T-Shirt Design Competition! 

This event is all about promoting class pride and student involvement. We want YOU to be a part of the process! Whether you're an artist or not, we encourage all students to participate. The competition will take place from May 1st to May 7th, giving you plenty of time to come up with your best design.

The winning design will be featured on a limited edition Class of 2026 merch item and the winner will receive a free Class T-Shirt for next year! 

So, get creative! Remember, the design must be based on our class mascot which is the black and gold tigers. You can create your design on paper or through the custom ink website, both of which can be found on the handout provided during STARS. Details about how to submit your design will be included in the handout.

If you're interested in being a part of the judging committee, come to our class council meeting on May 4th. And don't forget to follow our Instagram page @hilohigh2026 for more updates and information.

Let's make this competition one to remember!

HOST: Here is today's - menu. 

For Wiki: Applesauce Bread, Fruit Juice. and Sliced Peaches

For Lunch: Creole Macaroni, Green Salad or Edamame, Applesauce, Whole Grain French Bread, and Peaches


Thank you for watching. Find more announcements and watch the bulletin again at hilohigh.org or download the mobile app. Follow @hilohighschool on Instagram and Facebook. This concludes today’s announcements. Have a GREAT DAY Vikings! 

Other Announcements


Aloha Vikings! The yearbook distribution starts this week during lunchtime. Seniors please pick up your yearbook today during lunch. Juniors will be tomorrow May 2nd. Sophomores, Wednesday, May 3rd, Freshman Thursday, May 4, and lastly, Friday May 5 all students can come to L-5, upstairs in Mrs. Mant’s room. Bring your I.D. and/or receipt if you pre-paid for your book. If you did not pre-pay, you can buy one for $50 cash on your classes’ day, until we are sold out. Mahalo!

Summer Program

Summer school courses at Hilo High School are now open for registration.  The course list and registration forms are available on the HHS website.  Summer registration forms are due May 19. 

Free bus transportation is available to all summer students.  Families need to fill out and turn in a bus application to the HHS main office by May 5.  

See Ms. Moore, or email her at [email protected].


Hey, Juniors!  Please remember that your PTP is due by May 12th, 2023 in Google Classroom.  It must be checked for quality and completion by Mrs. Frias in order to receive a Satisfactory grade and credit.  If you are hoping to modify your schedule so you can work during senior year, your PTP must be complete before your modified schedule will be approved.  Use your STARS time wisely, and come to work on it during lunches at N-103.  Please see Mrs. Frias if you have any questions.

In Case You Missed it Vikings!

KVIKS followed Zachary Masuyama around for a day to learn more about the Life of a Battalion Commander. To read the article, go to hilohigh.org, and select News and scroll down to find and access the article.