02/14/2019 KVIKS Bulletin

 




Mid-Quarter 3

Mid-Quarter reports for third quarter were

distributed to students in this past Monday's STARS class.

 If you did not pick your report up, come to the main office

with your ID to pick it up by this Friday, February 15th.  

After this date, all mid-quarters will be sent to your counselor.



Foodland Shop for Higher Education Program
It's that time again.
The Foodland Shop for Higher
Education Scholarship program is back.
Please help our school earn
scholarships and grad night funds
by having your family and friends shop
at any Foodland or Sac n' Save stores
and designate Hilo High School
(school code # 7525) to receive
Maikai points from their purchase.
The more Maikai points a school earns,
the more scholarships and grad night
funds a school can earn for their students.
The program runs from February 6
to March 19, 2019.
Thank you very much for your
continued support for Hilo High School.




Multicultural Club Valentine's Day Fundraiser

Wondering what to get your special someone, teacher,

auntie, uncle, mom, dad, grandma, grandpa,

or maybe yourself for Valentine's Day?

Stop by Ms. Armstrong's classroom in C123 and

purchase your special person some sweet treats!

The Multicultural Club will be selling Valentine's Day

goodie bags and ice cream

everyday after school until February 14th!

You will have a choice of $1,

$2.50 or $5 goodie bags.

The ice cream will be $1.50 with

1 choice of topping.

Remember, room C123!

Mahalo for your support!




Chaminade University looking for Seniors

Hey Seniors!

Are you still unsure where you want to

go to college next year?

Do you have at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA?

Want to get away from home without going

all the way to the mainland?

Chaminade University of Honolulu will be at Hilo

High for a special Onsite

Admissions Day on March 13th.

Applications done this day will be free, and

you could be accepted to Chaminade "On The Spot"!

See Mrs. Frias in A-1 to sign

up for an appointment.



PAID Summer Internship Opportunity!

Aloha, Vikings!

The Forest Solutions agency is offering a full-time,

PAID Internship for high school and

college students this summer.

It is an 8-week vegetation monitoring

program on the island of Hawaii.

If you enjoy working outdoors, hiking,

and have an interest in the areas

of Natural Resources or Conservation,

you could get PAID FOR CAMPING this summer!

Applications are due by March 1st,

so please see Mrs. Frias in

A-1 if you are interested in applying.



Crazy Horse Paid Summer Internship

It is for Native American and Native Hawaiian Seniors

Attention Seniors!  Are you looking to get a

jump start on earning college credits this summer?

Want to participate in a PAID internship away

from home in beautiful South Dakota?

See Mrs. Frias for application information for the

2019 Summer Program at the Crazy Horse Memorial.

Applications are due by April 12, 2019.

Preference is given to graduating seniors

of Native American or Native Hawaiian ancestry.



More Scholarships in A-1 for Seniors!!!

"Seniors!  There are still many scholarships open for you to apply for!  

Come to A-1 to check out the updates.  

Some new additions are:

American Society of Military Comptrollers - Due Mar 8th

Hawaii Education Association - Due Apr 1st

Bayer Hawaii Life Sciences - Due Apr 2nd

Dutch Schuman Paniolo Scholarship - Due May 1st

Workforce Development for Construction - Due June 1st

New scholarships are constantly coming in - hope to see you applying!"




Senior Hall of Fame

Aloha Vikings!

It is time to vote on the Hall of Fame for seniors.

Who is Mr. Aloha?

Who is the best female athlete?

Please fill out our Google Form to

nominate seniors for our Hall of Fame.

Look on our Hilo High website for the link.

You must vote by February 20th. Thank you!



KUPU's Hawaii Youth Conservation Corp

"KUPU's Hawaii Youth Conservation Corp is accepting

applications for their summer program.  

Team members engage in culturally significant activities across the island.  

Applications are available online and are due by March 1st.

See Mrs. Frias in A-1 for more information.

http://www.kupuhawaii.org/programs/#current-openings"


LEO CLUB MEETING

ALOHA!  CALLING ALL LEO'S

OUR NEXT MEETING WILL BE THIS WEDNESDAY

On February 20

In MRS. GOOCH’s CLASS (C-106)

at 11:15 am TO

GET YOUR NEW LEO CLUB T-SHIRTS!  

THEY CAME IN LAST WEEK,

and ALSO TO GET THE

NEW PROJECTS, AND CALENDAR.  

SEE YOU ALL THERE!





Here is today’s menu.
For wiki it’s: Pizza Bagel

or Breakfast Smoothie

Cinnamon Toast

Dried Cranberries

Fruit Cocktail


For Lunch:TERI BURGER ON BUN

HOUSE SALAD W/

BABY CARROTS

Baked Beans

100% Fruit Juice

 

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