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Wednesday, May 22:  2:00pm Teachers Extended Meeting at Samuel M. Kamakau Library....5:30pm Athletic Banquet at Hale Pa'ina.......Summer school forms are now available. Summer school will only be at Baldwin High School, and courses may be taken for credit recovery only. Each course is $120 and must be paid for in cash in person at the time of presenting the application. The courses are first come, first served. If you feel you may need to enroll, please see your grade level counselor for the application this week............For more on our school's events/news, check our Daily e-Bulletin....
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Support our Rotary Interact Club

Please support LHS Rotary Interact Students as they sell tickets for Christmas Trees which support LHS scholarships. Christmas Trees Presale tickets are $75 and available through any Lahainaluna High School Rotary Interact member or see Ms.Dicker. Tree tickets are also available through Rotary of Lahaina Sunrise Club. The trees are 6 foot Noble Firs and are in a refrigerated container. The tree lot will open on Friday, November 23 on the grassy area to the left of the Lahaina Cannery Mall. The lot will close around December 2. Tree hours are on the ticket. Trees go quickly. Trees at the lot without the Pre-sale ticket will be $85.
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Congratulations to our Varsity Football Team!

Congratulations to our Varsity Football team as they defeated Roosevelt High School from the OIA by the score of 48-10 yesterday at Sue D Cooley Stadium! The win advances the Lunas to the HHSAA Division 2 Championship game this Saturday, November 24th versus Kapaa High School from Kauai at Aloha Stadium. Kickoff is 1:30pm. Here is a video from Maui News on the game. Enjoy. I mua Lahainaluna!
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Project Graduation News!

Attention Seniors! This is your year and we are planning the party of a lifetime for you. Sign up now for Project Grad for the low price of only $30. This discounted price of admission into Project Grad is only $30 through Friday, November 30th. After that the price jumps up to $50 and will go up as high as $100 on the night of graduation. Space is based on availability, so we encourage all seniors to get their applications in ASAP. As an added incentive, all students who submit their forms by the November 30th deadline will have their names entered into a drawing for a chance to win a $50 Teddy’s Bigger Burger gift certificate. Applications can be found in the school office or online at Class of 2019 you do not want to miss this fun-filled graduation celebration.
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Free ACT for Juniors (Class of 2020)

The state will be paying for the Saturday, February 9, 2019 ACT test for any interested junior. All students should take the ACT test, especially if the student is not sure what they will do in the future.The ACT costs $67 but, you will be able to take this test for FREE.

If you would like to sign your child up for this test, please email Miss Kristy Arakawa at, in the subject line say, "Free ACT" and leave your child's name in the message. The deadline to sign up is Monday, November 26, 2018 at 2:00pm.

Kristy visited junior English classrooms yesterday and will be visiting the remaining English classrooms today to sign students up directly.
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Report Cards Distributed Thursday, October 25, 2018

Aloha Lahainaluna Families~
On Thursday, October 25th, your student was given their 1st Quarter report card during period C, after recess. If your student was absent today (10/25/2018) their report card will be available from the Registrar's Office (Mrs. Sasai) until Monday, October 29, @ 2 PM, thereafter any remaining report cards will be mailed to the home address on file.
I Mua Lahainaluna!
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National Honor Society Online Scam

Ashley Olson is the Faculty Adviser for the Lahainaluna High School Chapter of the NASSP National Honor Society (NHS). She was recently contacted by a student who had "enrolled in NHS online". Sadly, this was a scam that cost the student $50 to 'join' a program that is in no way affiliated with Lahainaluna, the NASSP nor the real NHS. The real NHS is a Lahainaluna sanctioned club with $10 annual dues.

In February or March, student who wish to become members of the Lahainaluna NHS should be on the lookout for announcements during Morning Broadcast, and placed in the Daily Bulletin. Sophomores and Juniors who have a MINIMUM of a 3.7 CUMULATIVE GPA after the fist semester will be invited to apply for membership to the Lahainaluna Chapter of the National Honor Society. All completed applications received on or before the deadline (which will be clearly stated in announcements and on the application itself) will be considered by the LHS Faculty Council. Ms. Olson is a a non-voting member and the spokesperson of the six-member Faculty Council. Students who are selected by the Faculty Council will receive a formal offer of membership from Ms. Olson, which they must then accept, in writing. In May, new members are inducted in a ceremony held on campus.

Again, ONLY current Sophomores and Juniors with a 3.7 or higher cumulative GPA are eligible for NHS membership. Any transfer student who has already been inducted to their previous school's NHS should contact Ms. Olson, personally.

Life on Maui is expensive enough. Please do not fall victim to these scams that are designed to part you from your hard earned money. . Additionally, do not PAY for scholarship searches! They do less than what Miss Kristy provides for FREE to all Lahainaluna students. If you are an athlete who is hoping for an athletic scholarship, again, see Miss Kristy. She can steer you away from the scam programs toward reputable businesses that can help you if she cannot do it herself. Again, the college search and scholarship assistance that Miss Kristy provides is FREE.

Remember, when in doubt, ASK before you send money!
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