Congratulations to our girls volleyball team as they defeated Maui High by the score of 25-23, 25-20, and 25-18. They will now face #1 Kamehameha Schools Maui in tonight's 5:00pm semi-final at H.P. Baldwin High School. Good luck and I mua Lahainaluna!
Good luck to our girls varsity volleyball team as they will face Maui High tonight (Monday, October 16) 6:00pm at Jimmie H. Greig Gymnasium (Our gym). Come and support our girls! I mua Lahainaluna!
Monday, October 16th marks the start of the 2nd quarter and the 1st day of Homecoming events. Today is Lip Sync. The periods are 7, 1, recess, 2, assembly, lunch, and 3. Please report to the gym after period 2. All bags must be placed in your period 2 classes and be picked up during lunch. Please refer to page 39 on your planners on assembly guidelines. The Dress-up for today is: “Old School”.
Here is the list of events coming up:
Tuesday, Oct. 17 Activity: “Luncacathalon” (lunch time at gym) Dress-up: Squad Day (dress up matching with a bunch of friends)
Wednesday, Oct. 18 Activity: Torch Relays (Lunch time at gym) Dress-Up: Sports/Jersey Day
Thursday, Oct. 19 Activity: Dance Fever (Assembly) Dress-up: Homecoming class Shirt
Friday, Oct. 20 Activity: Alma Mater (Assembly) Dress- up: Girls-White, Boys-Red
Good luck to all grades!
To any alumni or visitors thinking of coming up to the homecoming events, please be sure to check in at the main office to ensure the safety of our students, teachers, staff, and you. If you are coming up a group, please inform our main office at 662-4000 or Leslie Hiraga, our PCNC, at 662-4000 extension 311. Mahalo!
The school is currently in their Fall Break session from Monday, October 9th to Friday, October 13th. The main office will be open 8:00am to 4:00pm. School will resume on Monday, October 16th. Mahalo!
The Lahainaluna High School Future Farmers of America program will be holding a Pumpkin Patch event at our school'ss agriculture field on Saturday, Oct. 21st and Sunday, Oct. 22nd from 8:00am to 1:00pm. All families and keikis are invited to come up to our school and pick your own fresh, locally grown Hawaii pumpkins from our patch. To our knowledge it is the first and only pumpkin patch held on the Westside. Prices will be determined by the sizes and general shape of the pumpkins. Only cash payments will be accepted. Light refreshments and snacks will be served at our event. The funds raised at our pumpkin patch will be used to support our FFA members in travel costs to our State FFA Conferences, FFA leadership camps, field trips, and to provide scholarships for our graduating seniors.