MONDAY: Dress up in your favorite Holiday morning pajamas.
TUESDAY: Dress up in red and white or as an Elf to be one of Santa’s little
WEDNESDAY: Dress in all white or all blue to celebrate the winter holiday.
THURSDAY: Use anything you want for a bag but NOT a backpack.
FRIDAY: It’s in the name, show us your best flannel!
*Alternative color wear may consist of White, Blue, Green, and Red throughout the week :)
*PLEASE ADHERE TO THE SCHOOLWIDE DRESS CODE POLICY. Those who are NOT participating must be in their school uniform.
Kupu is proud to announce that applications are now open for 130 new jobs designed to help both the environment and the economy as part Hawaiʻi’s response to the economic impacts of COVID-19. Governor David Ige and the Hawaiʻi State Legislature approved the use of $5 million in federal funding to support a new Green Jobs Corps. The funding will support the resumption of the Kupu ‘Āina Corps program. The program will be a permanent version of the successful 2020 Kupu ʻĀina Corps program, in which Kupu and the State of Hawaiʻi provided over 350 displaced workers with employment within the Green jobs sector. This program will give those who have been economically disadvantaged by the global pandemic opportunities for career up-skilling and reskilling in sustainability professions, while al so providing Hawai‘i organizations with staffing resources to support their recovery. The program is now accepting applications for both year-long full-time and part-time job applicants and for 'green' organizations interested in serving as host sites for these Kupu ʻĀina Corps members.
Next School Community Council Meeting is this Friday at 3pm.
The link for the meeting is, as follows: https://meet.google.com/bsc-ajww-hfa
Below is the school schedule for October 27 to October 29, 2021. Students will be release at 1:00 P.M.
View Drive Thru Route and Map below:
Dress Up Day Descriptions
MONDAY: Dress up as your favorite movie character. EX: dressing up like Captain America from the movie Avengers.
TUESDAY: Dress up in the exact same clothing as a partner of your choice.
WEDNESDAY: Wear Pink clothing to show your support for Breast Cancer Awareness month.
THURSDAY: Dress up in clothing relating to the seasons. EX: For a Winter related theme, dress up in warm clothing like sweaters, jeans, and fuzzy socks. Dress code applies and clothing should not be revealing! No bikinis, tube tops, spaghetti straps, midriff showing, etc.
FRIDAY: Dress up in your Halloween costume to show spirit for this year’s Halloween.
*Alternative color wear may consist of White, Green, or Black throughout the week :)
*PLEASE ADHERE TO SCHOOLWIDE DRESS CODE POLICY. Those who are NOT participating must be in their school uniform.
Aloha Parents and Guardians of Pahoa High and Intermediate School Students, this is Mr. Williamson.
Parent teacher conferences are next week on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Please go to pahoahis.org to sign up. Unfortunately, the infinite campus system was down today and we were not able to print report cards as we had hoped. We will be mailing them on Monday. You can always log in to infinite campus to see the grades. If you have not yet signed up, please call the school and we would be happy to connect you with our tech department.
Next week is spirit week and each day has a theme. Please see our website for more details.
Friday, October 29, we will have drive thru Trunk or Treat on campus. It will be from 5:30-7:30. Please remember that you cannot walk through. We will have prepackaged candy and other food items to donate.
Finally, we are continuing to offer COVID-19 screening on campus twice per week for students. On Monday, we will be partnering with the National Kidney Foundation who will be on site administering the tests. We will have same day test results. This is different than the Color Test we have been offering. If you are interested, please see our website pahoahis.org.
Click on the documents below to download and print.
School Picture Day is Here!
Picture taking for Pahoa High & Intermediate School is scheduled on the following dates:
Tuesday, November 16th
Wednesday, November 17th
Thursday, November 18th
Per our Safety Guidelines, please wear a mask at all times, except while being photographed.
Please arrive ready to be photographed. A mirror will be available for last minute touch-ups. Please dress appropriately in order to ensure your best school portrait ever!
Please note: In order to be included in the yearbook, you must have your picture taken. However, you are not obligated to purchase a photo package.
3 Options to Place Your Order
1. Preorder online at prepayorders.com - Enter code: PHS9410
Prepaid orders must be placed by 6:00 PM on Thursday, November 18th.
2. Download and print the Order Form. Bring with all information completed, along with your EXACT payment. Change will NOT be available on site.
3. There will be a limited supply of order forms available for pickup at your school office. If at all possible, please use either the online preorder website, or bring your own printed form and payment.
Order Form Download
Please Click Here to download the order form.
Backgrounds and Products
Click Here to view the backgrounds and products we have available.
IF YOU ARE FEELING ILL, ARE EXPERIENCING SYMPTOMS OR HAVE A FEVER, PLEASE STAY HOME.
Every effort will be made to accommodate students who are absent.
Letter to Parents -Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) Program Available to Eligible Student Households
October 18, 2021
Dear Parents and Guardians,
Federal funding to help families who are struggling to pay for home internet service is available to qualified households. Funding is available through the Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) program and is a direct benefit to households that qualify.
EBB Program Benefits
EBB program benefits include:
If your family has a child who has been approved to receive benefits under the free and reduced- priced school lunch program or school breakfast program, or a student who is enrolled in a school that participates in the USDA Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) program, during school year 2019-2020, 2020-2021, or 2021-2022, your household may qualify for EBB funding.
A list of schools participating in the CEP program is available on the Hawaii State Department of Education’s website at https://www.hawaiipublicschools.org/TeachingAndLearning/HealthAndNutrition/StudentHealthReso urces/Pages/CEP.aspx.
How to Apply
There are three ways to apply for this program:
More information about the EBB program is available at https://broadband.hawaii.gov/ebb/. The website provides information about the program, how to apply and what documents you need to provide, which Hawaii internet service providers participate in the EBB program, and other ways households may qualify for the EBB program.
AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
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