Start in the cafeteria at 6pm then go to the classrooms.
Schedule is as follows:
6:25 pm Passing
6:30 pm Period 1
6:40 pm Passing
6:45 pm Period 2
6:55 pm Passing
7:00 pm Period 3
7:10 pm Passing
7:15 pm Period 4
7:25 pm End or Passing to Period 5
7:30 pm Period 5
7:40 pm End & Clean Up
The first Senior Parent Night of the school year is on Wednesday, September 9, 2015. Doors open at 5:45 pm and the meeting starts at 6:30 pm. This meeting is mandatory for all Seniors and parents, so don't get left in the dark by not attending! We will be taking attendance and there will be information regarding: Senior contracts, cap and gown ordering, Senior portraits, College and Career Center announcements, and more. Also, if you don't come you won't be one of the first to hear when our graduation date is! So please come down with your parents and hear what will be going on during our last year of high school - Senior Council"
Click on the headline to read article and view pictures.
James Campbell High School would like to thank Lowe's of Waikele for their recent donation of 35 box fans. It was through the efforts of Mr. Kurt Fevella and the Lions Club that made this donation possible. We greatly appreciate the community support as we strive to provide the best possible learning environment. Again, much thanks to Lowe's, The Lions Club and Mr. Kurt Fevella.
Seniors: If you haven't taken your Senior Portrait for the yearbook, please make your appointment as soon as possible. Please call LifeTouch at 808-456-4333 TODAY.
Click on the pdf link to view a copy of the letters that were given to students to bring home.
Parents, guardians and students:
We are aware of a recent post to Twitter and are working with HPD to address the issue. We have made contact with the student who posted the message and will investigate the matter fully. Once again we implore students to use social media responsibly. School will be open tomorrow (8/19/15) and police officers will be on campus to assist school administration. Consequences will be issued to those found to be in violation of cyberbullying or other Chapter 19 violations. HPD will determine whether arrests are warranted.
Click on the link to read full article from Star Advertiser section D pages 1 and 3. Good read and inspirational story.