Currently we are in 6th place and that places us out of the FIVE $2,000 scholarships. At this pace, we'll end up with only three $2,000 scholarships. Please help us out by shopping at your local Foodland / Foodland Farms and to designate your Maika'i points to Lahainaluna High School or code 7562. No point will be taken away from your account. Please share it with your friends as well. Thank you!
DECA - Craig Wise & Anne Cook
FCCLA - Colin Delos Reyes
HOSA - Malia Shimomura & Marc Watasaki
Aveno Anjanette Patricia
Baclay Caitlin Raquel
Calma Samantha Marie
Ganoy Jean Marie
Mangaoang Shanel Nae
Simon Khyle Marie
Tumpap Ma.Eloisa Mae
SkillsUSA - Mark Palakiko
Arconado Jr. Robert Matthew
Yagyagan Marcom Ray
SkillsUSA - Erin Thomas
Ramos Lagunas Belen
Varquez Willa Regina
SkillsUSA - Jeremy Delos Reyes
SkillsUSA - T.C. Luckey
Valencia Hannah Angelika
Please Kokua! Malakai Baldwin, a 10th grader from Lahainaluna, was severely injured when a 400 pound boulder came loose and crushed his leg. A flight for life helicopter came and flew him to the hospital where a surgeon was flown in from Maui. Thankfully his life was saved!! Malakai runs track, loves to surf and is passionate about trail riding his dirt bike. His future ability to do these things, or even walk normally again is in question. We are praying and hoping for the best as he heads into future Multiple surgeries. Eric West, the father of one of Malakai's friend, has set up a Go-Fund Me Page to help Malakai's parents to pay for medical expenses and has asked us to help. Please Kokua! Here is the link: https://www.gofundme.com/400lb-boulder-falls-on-16-year-old
The Lahainaluna High School Hawaiiana Club is enjoying its 49th year of teaching students, through Hawaiian mele and hula, the importance of being stewards of our Lahaina community and perpetuating many meaningful Hawaiian values and customs. This month the group traveled to Laie, Oahu to perform at the 8th annual Moanikeala Festival at the Polynesian Cultural Center. They also toured the Iolani Palace, BYU Hawaii college campus and visited sacred areas such as the Kukaniloko Birthstone State Monument and Laie point - Ko'olaupoko and Ko'olauloa.
Please join us for our annual David Malo Day Ho'olaulea which will be held on the school's Kahua (boarder's field) April 21, 2018. The program will feature beautiful songs and dances about the island of Oʻahu. -Ilima Greig-Hong
Special Thanks to Luke Takayama for sharing his youtube video.
Foodland Shop for Higher Education Scholarship competition will start February 7 and run until March 20. All you need to do is shop at Foodland / Foodland Farms and designate your Maika'i points to Lahainaluna. No points will be deducted from your account and it doesn't cost you a penny. The points donated to Lahainaluna will be calculated along with all participating high schools in Hawaii and if we place between 1st and 5th place we will receive FIVE $2,000 scholarships. Lahainaluna has been in the top 5 for years, please help us win more scholarships and shop at Foodland beginning February 7!
Aloha students and parents,
On Tuesday, February 13th, our school will be switching to eTrition computer meal service terminals. You need to make sure that your lunch account balance is not more than -$26.00! If your negative balance is more than this total, you will not be able to make purchases. This system will be set to deny your purchase and can not be overridden. This is set by the Hawaii Department of Education!
You need to have your student ID to make purchases. Add-on's will not be allowed if you have negative balance on your account.
Mandatory Senior Contract meeting for Seniors and their parents/ guardians on Wednesday February 21st at 6 pm in Hale Pa’ina Cafeteria or on Sunday February 25th at 3:00 pm. If you have any questions please see Mr. Rogat. Mahalo!