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UPDATE:  ...Underclassmen:  Friday, May 29th 8am to 11am. Pickup is at the trainers/weight room parking lot. Mahalo!  HIDOE announced today (Friday, April 17, 2020) the continuation of enrichment and distance learning through May 28, the last day of the 2019-20 school year. The decision was made based on the latest guidance and information from health officials and elected leaders.  Full news release here: https://bit.ly/2RNn4ns........ For Emergency Inquiries please call - (808)664-0317......Please check our COVID-19 Information and Update Page below. Mahalo.............Message from Ms. Debralyn Arellanos and Miss Kristy Arakawa:  Lahainaluna High School Class of 2020 Seniors and Parents, here is our Google Voice Numbers: Debralyn - 708-967-6187 Kristy - 419-967-6188 We are concerned that you or your parents are not answering the phone. We suspect that it's because you don't recognize our Google Voice Number. Please save this Number. Mahalo!
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David Malo 2020 Cancelled

Aloha, Lahainaluna Ohana,

It is with heavy heart that we announce the cancellation of our iconic, time-honored David Malo Day Ho'olaulea scheduled for April 4, 2020. It is also with an enormous amount of care, caution, and concern that we be stewards of our community, our humanity. We will take the advice, guidelines, and wisdom of W.H.O. and CDC to do our part to care for the health and welfare of our communal society, especially those most vulnerable to this pandemic. We are all in this together and must build a communal safety net.
We thank you for all the support you have given us these past 51 years. We will drive our energies to make next year's David Malo Day 2021, just as meaningful, relevant, and appreciative of our legacy and culture.

Malama pono,

Lori Gomez-Karinen and Ilima Greig-Hong, co-Advisers
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Information on Class of 2021 Junior Prom

Aloha LHS Students and Parents/Guardians,

The Department of Education is following the Department of Health preventative measure of not exceeding the threshold of 100 people for public events or large gatherings. Regrettably, the Lahainaluna High School Junior Prom scheduled for Saturday, March 28, 2020 at the Sheraton Maui is canceled.

Please see the notices released by the Department of Education and the Department of Health in the links below:
Notice released by the DOE 03/15/2020 - http://www.hawaiipublicschools.org/DOE%20Forms/Emergencies/2020-03-15-Spring-Break-Extension-All-Schools-LTP.pdf
Notice released by the DOH 03/13/2020 - https://health.hawaii.gov/news/corona-virus/covid-19-daily-update-march-13-2020/
"The Hawaii Department of Health (DOH) issued COVID-19 guidance on Friday, March 13, regarding public events and group gatherings. As a result of this guidance, HIDOE will be canceling Department-coordinated events that meet this criteria until updated guidance is provided by health officials."

There are currently no plans for postponement of the event. If you had originally planned to take a guest that is a non-Junior or non-LHS student, please be sure to also notify them of the cancellation of the event so that they may plan accordingly.

We sincerely apologize for the great inconvenience that this will cause students and families. Payment for prom will be refunded when students report back to school after the extended Spring Break.
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Official Press Release concerning the suspension of all high school sporting events due to the COVID-19 Public Health Threat

Effective Immediately, all interscholastic competition will be suspended indefinitely based on the evolving COVID‐19 public health threat. All student-athletes should check with their coaches to see if there are still practices during this time period. Please check the attached JPG or PDF for more detail. Mahalo!

**Note: The press release mentions that it takes effect on Monday, March 16th. It has been changed to immediately (starting today, Friday March 13th).
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2020 Science Olympiad Winners

Congratulations to the Lahainaluna High School Science Olympiad Team as
they garnered outstanding medal recognition at the recently concluded 10th Maui Regional Science Olympiad Tournament which was held last February 1, 2020 at UH Maui College. Jadelyn Fujii and Joseph Winkie garnered first place for the Boomilever event, Arabella Silao and Andrew Nguyen bagged second place for the Anatomy and Physiology event, while Chassidy Tadeo and Stephanie
Garcilazo got 3rd place for the Pingpong Parachute. "The experience I got from
participating in this tournament motivates me to join again next year and would
like to try the Sound of Music event," says Chassidy Tadeo. Maui Mayor Michael
Victorino and UHMC Chancellor Dr. Lui Hokoana presented the awards.
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Lahainaluna High School National PTA Reflections 2019-2020 State of Hawaii Winners

The PTSA is excited to announce that Lahainaluna High School has four State Level Reflections winners, including TWO first place winners. All state level winners will be receiving an invitation to attend the annual Hawaii State PTSA Reflections Awards Banquet, on April 18th, at the Ala Moana Hotel, on Oahu.



The first place winners’ entries are now being prepared to move forward to the National Level of judging. We wish these artists the best of luck as they compete with other entries from across the country.



STATE LEVEL winners are:

In VISUAL ARTS: High School Division: 1stPLACE – Neysha Fuentes
In FILM PRODUCTION: High School Division: 1stPLACE – Veronica Lara and 3rdPLACE – Siranny Lopez
In MUSIC COMPOSITION: High School Division: 2ndPLACE – Odin Hall

The PTSA would like to congratulate all of this year’s MAUI REGION Reflections Art Program winners. We are pleased to announce that 11 Lahainaluna High School student entries have been selected represent the Maui region in the state level of judging. These student winners are:



· In the Visual Arts category: Julianna Beatrix Cruz, Cattibrie Dickie, and Neysha Fuentes

· In the Photography category: Tobey Mizuno, Adrian Benito, and Kekailoa Cajudoy

· In the Film Production category:Veronica Lara, Siranny Lopez, and Alicia Gilmore

· In the Music Composition category: Odin Hill

· In the Dance Choreography category: Kaithlyn Quintero Solorzano
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