The Department is pleased to announce that all students at Hawaiʻi’s 257 public schools statewide will receive free breakfast and lunch meals for the entirety of the 2021-22 school year, thanks to a nationwide waiver from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
The seamless summer option meal program will begin on June 4 and run until July 19. Meal distribution will be at lunchtime only. All children ages 18 and younger may participate at the approximately 80 distribution sites, regardless of their enrollment status. Parents or guardians who choose to pick up meals without their child(ren) present must provide verification documents daily.
Every child should have access to healthy nutritious food year round. Kaukau for Keiki is open to children 18 and younger (children with disabilities raise the age to 22) who live in the 967xx zip codes.
Continue reading this article for further information. Aloha Class of 2022! Since you are seniors next year, you have a bigger role in our yearbook. We need baby pictures, your portraits taken (Senior Photo), a quote to express your last sentiment (Senior Quote) and you could buy yourself an entire page!
For the 2021-2022 school year scheduled to begin on August 3, 2021, all HIDOE schools will be fully open for daily, in-person learning. This includes resuming co-curricular and extracurricular activities such as clubs, band and athletics.
Hawaii public schools are offering a food program to provide free meals to all students at select campuses that meet specific qualification standards. The Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE) is participating in a U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) program to allow all students at those schools to receive free meal service. The Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) allows a school district, a group of schools or a single school with high concentrations of economically disadvantaged families to serve free meals to everyone even if they do not qualify for the free or reduced-price lunch reimbursement.
Show us how you've had a "Good Time Together" throughout your four years at Hilo High. Please send us some pictures of your favorite high school memories with your teammates, classmates, other Viking Friends and PANTHER PALS!
Hilo Medical Center is having a vaccination clinic on April 24, 2021 at Edith Kanakaole Stadium. Students who are 16 years of age or older can sign up to get the vaccine! Check out a PSA of student athletes from all over the Big Island to hear more!
Want to show some Phoenix Pride? On Friday, April 16th, 2021 we will be having our very first Freshman Day. On this day, the class of 2024 wants you to dress up in our class colors or your class T-shirt
KTA asked us to share this opportunity to our social media followers! Adults 18 years and older can register to be Vaccinated at the upcoming clinic on April 9, 2021. Go to qrco.de/kta2 or the link in the bio to register.
We will be having on-campus PTP helpers starting March 31, 2021 during school hours. You are welcome to attend every day until you are finished with your Personal Transition Plan. You may virtually attend all of your classes while you are in the Hub, and work on your PTP during your breaks, or during periods that you do not have classes.
Hey Vikings! With our Class and Student Association Elections approaching, it is important that we all know how voting works. Your participation in voting helps to decide who will be elected for the 2021-2022 term
Space is limited. Deadline to register is March 12, 2021. There will be a virtual meet and greet with local artists, parents, and participants prior to the beginning of the program. Please contact Andrew Frias at [email protected] if you have kamaliʻi interested in registering.
Young Women in Public Affairs Award. The Awards Zonta Club of Hilo provides $1000 awards recipients who later may be selected for a district/region award of US$1,500. Ten international recipients are selected from the district/region recipients to receive additional awards of US$5,000 each
The 2021 Senior Hall of Fame has been tallied up and compiled. Please send Mrs. Mant a picture of yourselves for the yearbook by Feb. 26, 2021 All photos must be submitted in jpeg format to [email protected]
We honor our past and present in our final event of "Celebrating Blue & Gold" Homecoming. Celebrate the accomplishments of our alumni, current students and family! Finally, find out who won each spirit event of homecoming, and who will take home the Viking Spirit Sword! Thank you for joining us this week! Once a Viking... ALWAYS A VIKING!
For Viking Family Thursday, students chose four members of the Hilo High Faculty and Staff to represent their class in three rounds of competitions. They will start with a Hilo High Trivia Kahoot Game, then continue on to perform a TikTok dance and sing the Alma Mater.
Hey Seniors! Who is the best artist in your class? Who are the best BFFs? Who is the best waterman or woman? Please fill out our survey in the yearbook section of our Hilo High website to vote for your class Hall Of Fame
RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) is an annual program to provide skills and character development, while opening the door to Rotary's value of service and ethical standards. Rotary clubs sponsor the students at $100 and $25 for high and middle school students, respectively.
Aloha Class of 2021, Do you want to be part of this year's May Day court? If so please fill out the May Day application and send to both Kumu ʻAwapuhi Duldulao [email protected] and Kumu Fernandez [email protected]
Aloha Students and Faculty, SFC(retired) Ryan Taniguchi here from our JROTC Program, Id like to invite you all in joining our Hilo HS JROTC Cadets in a virtual run for a tremendous cause. Continue reading this article for more information.
This event was organized and run by the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum Japan, and specially planned for the Hilo, Waiakea, and Kamehameha High School Japanese class students. Students listened to the atomic bomb survivor, Ms. Keiko Ogura's testimony and participated in the Q&A session.