Congratulations to: Staff of the Month - Addy Pasol and Faculty of the Month - Marites Galamgam

Student Daily Bulletin Spring 2017

 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Thursday, April 27, 2017
#158
 
General:
Deadlines for graduating students:
     • May 12 @ 3 p.m. students must be passing all required classes. Anyone not passing will NOT be able to participate in the graduation ceremony.
     • May 12 is the last day of classroom instruction
     • May 15, 16, & 18 is grad practice in the gym (periods 1 & 2)
     • May 17 is grad practice @ Aloha Stadium (periods 1 - 3)
     • May 17 @ 4 p.m. all obligations (JCHS & Library) must be cleared. (Any student with an obligation is unable to participate in a school event, i.e., graduation.) --- Ann Tanaka
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until May 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
Attention all graduating Seniors who have completed the Natural Resources Pathway: Please see Mr. Chow in O-105 as soon as possible. This is in regards to the completer cord for the graduation ceremony. --- Derek Chow
To all students: The Hawaiian Humane Society will be hosting a Teens 4 Animals summer experience for students 15 years and older from June 5-16, 2017 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. If you are interested or need more information, please call 356-2223 or go to education@ hawaiianhumane.org. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
Congratulations to the 2016-17 Yearbook Staff for placing in Second Place Overall and Third Place in Yearbook Layouts at the 2017 Herff Jones Awards Banquet. --- Jo Ann Mastin
CTE Completer Cords for Health Services Pathway - If you are a senior who completed the following courses: Biology I, Health Services Core and Clinical Health or Medical Biotechnology, you qualify to order and wear a completer cord for graduation. The cost is $8.00, cash only. Sign up and pay for your cord in G-102 during non-class hours. --- Laura Harada
Junior Prom pics have arrived! Come to D106 during lunch or within 15 after school to pick them up starting on Monday, 4/24 until Friday, 4/28. --- Tracie Koide
Hey C/O 2019, it's that time again! If you would like to design our junior class shirts we are accepting all entries from now until May 5 by 3:00pm. Please submit designs to S-101 or to any sophomore student council rep or officer and please refer to the requirements below for more information. Your design must contain:
     1. Our orca mascot
     2. "C/O 2019"
     3. Clean/sharp lines
     4. You can only use the colors black, gray and white
     5. Designs must be on an 8.5x11 inch paper
*Please note that our class design will be on a white shirt! --- Carrie Archibald
 
Clubs:
JCHS Hikers, The field trip form for the final hike for the SY will be available this Wednesday. The hike is in Pupukea with a stopover in Haleiwa on Saturday, May 13th. Deadline to return your field trip form is May 4 by 11:30 am. If you are an officer for SY17-18, please attend the planning meeting to discuss hikes for next SY during lunch on April 26th in D-206. Any club member interested in partaking of the planning discussion for next SY's hikes is invited to attend. --- Sherry Cassetta
All aspiring LGBT allies! The Rainbow Sabers would like to invite you to participate in the Day of Silence on Friday, April 28. The Day of Silence is an opportunity to show support for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community by committing to a day of silence. The silence symbolizes the many LGBT students who are silent when it comes to their identity. If you would like to stand in solidarity with us, please come to P24 or P28 for more information of how the day will work during lunch or after school.--- Lord Ryan Lizardo
DECA Meetings Date: April 27, 2017 - Thursday Place: P - 38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. All Business Career Pathway senior students who have been employed since the beginning of the Semester, please have your employer provide you a letter confirming your employment for you Cooperative Education Credit (1). If you are interested in receiving a Royal Blue cord, please see me to place your orders. If you have signed up for the Business Career Pathway courses and interested in joining the DECA Chapter, you are welcome to attend our last two meetings. Check out the website at deca.org to learn of the Marketing Association, DECA. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Please turn in college acceptances, scholarship awards and final transcripts to the College & Career Center SH-213. • ASVAB Test scores are now available! Please stop by the College & Career Center at Saber Hall S-213 with your school shirt and ID to pick up your results.
The Indigenous Knowledge in Engineering Collaborative: The ‘IKE (Indigenous Knowledge in Engineering) Collaborative is looking for Native Hawaiian students who are interested in engineering and who are ready to take calculus I, II, or III for our math-intestine, six-week Hawai’i Calculus Academy Program (May 22-June 30). They provide free tuition for calculus and SCI 295 (4 credits total), learn in a culturally-supportive environment with your cohort and get one-on-one help from peer mentors. To apply or get more information contact Li-Anne Delavega at 808-734-9440 or email at ldeaveg@hawaii.edu. Deadline to apply is Monday, May 1st!
Are you a furiously fast Texter? Gamer? Want to learn about careers in court reporting and captioning? High school students and their parents are invited to attend this presentation for a fun texting contest. Hear from the Fraizer family about how they got started and the unique characteristics of each segment of the real time writing possibilities: court reporting, freelance reporting, broadcast, and CART captioning. Event will be on Saturday, May 5th, 2017 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. Admission is Free! Please RSVP at TReese@hawaii.rr.com. If you are interested, please visit the College & Career Center for an informational flyer.
Regal Entertainment Group is Hiring! Interested in working flexible work hours? Regal Entertainment Group is hiring students to work at the new Movie Theatre! Their theatre hours work very well with high school student’s hours. Their managers have great opportunities, especially for college students. They also offer many scholarships and paid internships for our managers. If interested applications can be sent by visiting RegalLife.com.
New Scholarships are in!
     • Hoakalei Cultural Foundation (available for only 12th graders) 
_________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
#157
 
General:
Deadlines for graduating students:
     • May 12 @ 3 p.m. students must be passing all required classes. Anyone not passing will NOT be able to participate in the graduation ceremony.
     • May 12 is the last day of classroom instruction
     • May 15, 16, & 18 is grad practice in the gym (periods 1 & 2)
     • May 17 is grad practice @ Aloha Stadium (periods 1 - 3)
     • May 17 @ 4 p.m. all obligations (JCHS & Library) must be cleared. (Any student with an obligation is unable to participate in a school event, i.e., graduation.) --- Ann Tanaka
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until May 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
Attention all graduating Seniors who have completed the Natural Resources Pathway: Please see Mr. Chow in O-105 as soon as possible. This is in regards to the completer cord for the graduation ceremony. --- Derek Chow
CTE Completer Cords for Health Services Pathway - If you are a senior who completed the following courses: Biology I, Health Services Core and Clinical Health or Medical Biotechnology, you qualify to order and wear a completer cord for graduation. The cost is $8.00, cash only. Sign up and pay for your cord in G-102 during non-class hours. --- Laura Harada
Junior Prom pics have arrived! Come to D106 during lunch or within 15 after school to pick them up starting on Monday, 4/24 until Friday, 4/28. --- Tracie Koide
Hey C/O 2019, it's that time again! If you would like to design our junior class shirts we are accepting all entries from now until May 5 by 3:00pm. Please submit designs to S-101 or to any sophomore student council rep or officer and please refer to the requirements below for more information. Your design must contain:
     1. Our orca mascot
     2. "C/O 2019"
     3. Clean/sharp lines
     4. You can only use the colors black, gray and white
     5. Designs must be on an 8.5x11 inch paper
*Please note that our class design will be on a white shirt! --- Carrie Archibald
 
Clubs:
JCHS Hikers, The field trip form for the final hike for the SY will be available this Wednesday. The hike is in Pupukea with a stopover in Haleiwa on Saturday, May 13th. Deadline to return your field trip form is May 4 by 11:30 am. If you are an officer for SY17-18, please attend the planning meeting to discuss hikes for next SY during lunch on April 26th in D-206. Any club member interested in partaking of the planning discussion for next SY's hikes is invited to attend. --- Sherry Cassetta
All aspiring LGBT allies! The Rainbow Sabers would like to invite you to participate in the Day of Silence on Friday, April 28. The Day of Silence is an opportunity to show support for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community by committing to a day of silence. The silence symbolizes the many LGBT students who are silent when it comes to their identity. If you would like to stand in solidarity with us, please come to P24 or P28 for more information of how the day will work during lunch or after school.--- Lord Ryan Lizardo
DECA Meetings Date: April 27, 2017 - Thursday Place: P - 38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. All Business Career Pathway senior students who have been employed since the beginning of the Semester, please have your employer provide you a letter confirming your employment for you Cooperative Education Credit (1). If you are interested in receiving a Royal Blue cord, please see me to place your orders. If you have signed up for the Business Career Pathway courses and interested in joining the DECA Chapter, you are welcome to attend our last two meetings. Check out the website at deca.org to learn of the Marketing Association, DECA. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Please turn in college acceptances, scholarship awards and final transcripts to the College & Career Center SH-213. • ASVAB Test scores are now available! Please stop by the College & Career Center at Saber Hall S-213 with your school shirt and ID to pick up your results.
Chinese Language Emersion/Internship: Are any of you juniors or seniors interested in going to China to learn the Chinese language firsthand? If so, the Chinese Language Emersion/Internship will be having presentations here at JCHS on TODAY during Periods 1 & 2 in P-24. You will get to learn about the Chinese program which offers summer internships and study abroad in China! If you are interested, please visit the College & Career Center to pick up a pass.
The Indigenous Knowledge in Engineering Collaborative: The ‘IKE (Indigenous Knowledge in Engineering) Collaborative is looking for Native Hawaiian students who are interested in engineering and who are ready to take calculus I, II, or III for our math-intestine, six-week Hawai’i Calculus Academy Program (May 22-June 30). They provide free tuition for calculus and SCI 295 (4 credits total), learn in a culturally-supportive environment with your cohort and get one-on-one help from peer mentors. To apply or get more information contact Li-Anne Delavega at 808-734-9440 or email at ldeaveg@hawaii.edu. Deadline to apply is Monday, May 1st!
Are you a furiously fast Texter? Gamer? Want to learn about careers in court reporting and captioning? High school students and their parents are invited to attend this presentation for a fun texting contest. Hear from the Fraizer family about how they got started and the unique characteristics of each segment of the real time writing possibilities: court reporting, freelance reporting, broadcast, and CART captioning. Event will be on Saturday, May 5th, 2017 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. Admission is Free! Please RSVP at TReese@hawaii.rr.com. If you are interested, please visit the College & Career Center for an informational flyer.
Regal Entertainment Group is Hiring! Interested in working flexible work hours? Regal Entertainment Group is hiring students to work at the new Movie Theatre! Their theatre hours work very well with high school student’s hours. Their managers have great opportunities, especially for college students. They also offer many scholarships and paid internships for our managers. If interested applications can be sent by visiting RegalLife.com.
New Scholarships are in!
     • Hoakalei Cultural Foundation (available for only 12th graders) 
_________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Monday, April 24, 2017
#155
 
General:
Deadlines for graduating students:
     • May 12 @ 3 p.m. students must be passing all required classes. Anyone not passing will NOT be able to participate in the graduation ceremony.
     • May 12 is the last day of classroom instruction
     • May 15, 16, & 18 is grad practice in the gym (periods 1 & 2)
     • May 17 is grad practice @ Aloha Stadium (periods 1 - 3)
     • May 17 @ 4 p.m. all obligations (JCHS & Library) must be cleared. (Any student with an obligation is unable to participate in a school event, i.e., graduation.) --- Ann Tanaka
Junior Prom pics have arrived! Come to D106 during lunch or within 15 after school to pick them up starting on Monday, 4/24 until Friday, 4/28. --- Tracie Koide
Class of 2018, we will be having our final junior parent night on Thursday, May 11, 2017 from 6:00-7:00 pm in the gym. This will be the last parent night before senior year. We will be discussing senior portraits, project grad, college and career services center, and senior events. --- Tracie Koide
Hey C/O 2019, it's that time again! If you would like to design our junior class shirts we are accepting all entries from now until May 5 by 3:00pm. Please submit designs to S-101 or to any sophomore student council rep or officer and please refer to the requirements below for more information. Your design must contain:
     1. Our orca mascot
     2. "C/O 2019"
     3. Clean/sharp lines
     4. You can only use the colors black, gray and white
     5. Designs must be on an 8.5x11 inch paper
*Please note that our class design will be on a white shirt! --- Carrie Archibald
 
Clubs:
All aspiring LGBT allies! The Rainbow Sabers would like to invite you to participate in the Day of Silence on Friday, April 28. The Day of Silence is an opportunity to show support for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community by committing to a day of silence. The silence symbolizes the many LGBT students who are silent when it comes to their identity. If you would like to stand in solidarity with us, please come to P24 or P28 for more information of how the day will work during lunch or after school.--- Lord Ryan Lizardo
DECA Meetings Date: April 25, 2017 - Tuesday and April 27, 2017 - Thursday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. All DECA Officers/members there will be a year-end gathering on April 27, 2017, Thursday. This is also a celebration for Honor's Night and the club community service event. Please be in attendance for this important meeting and gathering and bid farewells for the summer. There will be no meeting and re-election until the starting of next school year in August 2017. Look forward to your participation and contribution for the final meeting of the year. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Please turn in college acceptances, scholarship awards and final transcripts to the College & Career Center SH-213. • Chinese Language Emersion/Internship: Are any of you juniors or seniors interested in going to China to learn the Chinese language firsthand? If so, the Chinese Language Emersion/Internship will be having presentations here at JCHS on April 26th during Periods 1 & 2 in P-24. You will get to learn about the Chinese program which offers summer internships and study abroad in China! If you are interested, please visit the College & Career Center to pick up a pass.
The Indigenous Knowledge in Engineering Collaborative: The ‘IKE (Indigenous Knowledge in Engineering) Collaborative is looking for Native Hawaiian students who are interested in engineering and who are ready to take calculus I, II, or III for our math-intestine, six-week Hawai’i Calculus Academy Program (May 22-June 30). They provide free tuition for calculus and SCI 295 (4 credits total), learn in a culturally-supportive environment with your cohort and get one-on-one help from peer mentors. To apply or get more information contact Li-Anne Delavega at 808-734-9440 or email at ldeaveg@hawaii.edu. Deadline to apply is Monday, May 1st!
Are you a furiously fast Texter? Gamer? Want to learn about careers in court reporting and captioning? High school students and their parents are invited to attend this presentation for a fun texting contest. Hear from the Fraizer family about how they got started and the unique characteristics of each segment of the real time writing possibilities: court reporting, freelance reporting, broadcast, and CART captioning. Event will be on Saturday, May 5th, 2017 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. Admission is Free! Please RSVP at TReese@hawaii.rr.com. If you are interested, please visit the College & Career Center for an informational flyer.
New Scholarships are in!
     • Hoakalei Cultural Foundation (available for only 12th graders)
_____________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Friday, April 21, 2017
#154
 
General:
Deadlines for graduating students:
     • May 12 @ 3 p.m. students must be passing all required classes. Anyone not passing will NOT be able to participate in the graduation ceremony.
     • May 12 is the last day of classroom instruction
     • May 15, 16, & 18 is grad practice in the gym (periods 1 & 2)
     • May 17 is grad practice @ Aloha Stadium (periods 1 - 3)
     • May 17 @ 4 p.m. all obligations (JCHS & Library) must be cleared. (Any student with an obligation is unable to participate in a school event, i.e., graduation.) --- Ann Tanaka
1,212 students are on the Honor Roll & Principal's List, WOW! Honor's Night is on Thursday, 4/27/17 in the gym at 6:00 pm. All are welcome to attend to support students with a GPA of 3.5 and above as they receive their HONOR ROLL & PRINCIPAL'S certificate. Congratulations to all on the list. --- Rowena Martinez
JCHS students: Please help support our 'Military Students and Their Families' by wearing the color PURPLE,... appropriate shirt , skirt, pants or accessories on April 21, 2017. If you chose to wear a purple shirt, skirts or pants or accessories, you must make sure you adhere to our dress code policy, as stated in your student planner hand book, on page 27. No strapless tops or dress. No cleavage and midriff must be covered and no undergarments showing. Gang related clothing or accessories, which depict drugs, sex, tobacco, alcohol, profanity, and/or violence or clothing otherwise deemed inappropriate are not allowed. Any violations of such; student could be sent home, or to office for appropriate attire or for continued behavior may led to consequences. Students that wear purple attire on April 21, 2017 will be excused that day from wearing school Dress Top shirt! --- Anthony Jones
Senior prom attendees! Just a reminder that prom is this Saturday, April 22nd from 5-10 p.m. at the Pomaikai Ballroom. Parking is $6 with validation (bring your parking ticket to the ballroom). Dress code is formal (refer to page 35). Bring a school or valid ID for entry. Leave your big bags and shades in the car or you'll have to check it in. Pre-pay your House of Photography photos online at www.houseofphoto.com for faster service. Contact Mrs. Virtudazo D305, Nakama P40 or Komatsu (D105) if you have any questions. --- Kim Virtudazo
Class of 2018, we will be having our final junior parent night on Thursday, May 11, 2017 from 6:00-7:00 pm in the gym. This will be the last parent night before senior year. We will be discussing senior portraits, project grad, college and career services center, and senior events. --- Tracie Koide
Hey C/O 2019, it's that time again! If you would like to design our junior class shirts we are accepting all entries from now until May 5 by 3:00pm. Please submit designs to S-101 or to any sophomore student council rep or officer and please refer to the requirements below for more information. Your design must contain:
     1. Our orca mascot
     2. "C/O 2019"
     3. Clean/sharp lines
     4. You can only use the colors black, gray and white
     5. Designs must be on an 8.5x11 inch paper
*Please note that our class design will be on a white shirt! --- Carrie Archibald
TO ALL CLUBS AND COUNCILS, Don't forget that pyramid construction for our canned food drive began on April 19th in G-107 and will end on April 21st at 3:30pm; come in after school to build your pyramids. The council and club with the highest pyramids will be rewarded! For more information, come into G-107. --- Student Activities
 
Clubs:
All aspiring LGBT allies! The Rainbow Sabers would like to invite you to participate in the Day of Silence on Friday, April 28. The Day of Silence is an opportunity to show support for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community by committing to a day of silence. The silence symbolizes the many LGBT students who are silent when it comes to their identity. If you would like to stand in solidarity with us, please come to P24 or P28 for more information of how the day will work during lunch or after school.--- Lord Ryan Lizardo
Anime Club-There will be a meeting after school on Friday, April 21st at 3PM in D-102. Make sure to turn in your Ewa Makai field trip forms, to sign up for potluck, and we will announce next year's officers. Hope to see you there! --- Karly Kanehiro
DECA Meetings Date: April 25, 2017 - Tuesday and April 27, 2017 - Thursday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. All DECA Officers/members there will be a year-end gathering on April 27, 2017, Thursday. This is also a celebration for Honor's Night and the club community service event. Please be in attendance for this important meeting and gathering and bid farewells for the summer. There will be no meeting and re-election until the starting of next school year in August 2017. Look forward to your participation and contribution for the final meeting of the year. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi • To all class council officers and chartered clubs: Awards and Installation Banquet will be held on May 13, 2017 at the Waikele Country Clubhouse 5:00 - 9:00 p.m. This banquet is for installation of council officers for SY 2017-2018 and to present awards to council and chartered club members. If your club or council would like to participate, cost for JCHS students is $35.00 and $40.00 for adults and non JCHS students. Clubs and councils presenting awards must have advisor present in order to attend and present. Each group and advisor(s) will be given 3 minutes each to do their presentation in either a speech format or video message. All video messages must be submitted to G-107 by May 4, 2017. Bid sales will be held from April 17 - 21, 2017 in G-107 during lunch and after school. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Please turn in college acceptances, scholarship awards and final transcripts to the College & Career Center SH-213.
Zippy’s High School Internship Foundation – Summer 2017: Are you interested in working a summer internship? If so, Zippy’s has applications for a summer internship program that is available at the Career & College Center! You will meet other interested students from Oahu High Schools, learn details of the program, and practice your customer service skills and interview for a position in the Summer Session beginning June 1, 2017 – August 1, 2017. Deadline is TODAY at the College & Career Center.
Explore Windward Community College: Windward Community College will be having an open house on Saturday, April 22nd from 9 AM – 12:30 PM. Tour the new 65,000 square-foot library, art, theatre, veterinary technology labs, science and Hawaiian studies facilities. Discover unique programs and meet the professors. Learn about financial aid and admissions. They will also be doing a tuition giveaway if you attend. For more information or to reserve a seat, contact Counselor Tom Doi at 235-7460 or doit@hawaii.edu.
Chinese Language Emersion/Internship: Are any of you juniors or seniors interested in going to China to learn the Chinese language firsthand? If so, the Chinese Language Emersion/Internship will be having presentations here at JCHS on April 26th during Periods 1 & 2 in P-24. You will get to learn about the Chinese program which offers summer internships and study abroad in China! If you are interested, please visit the College & Career Center to pick up a pass.
The Indigenous Knowledge in Engineering Collaborative: The ‘IKE (Indigenous Knowledge in Engineering) Collaborative is looking for Native Hawaiian students who are interested in engineering and who are ready to take calculus I, II, or III for our math-intestine, six-week Hawai’i Calculus Academy Program (May 22-June 30). They provide free tuition for calculus and SCI 295 (4 credits total), learn in a culturally-supportive environment with your cohort and get one-on-one help from peer mentors. To apply or get more information contact Li-Anne Delavega at 808-734-9440 or email at ldeaveg@hawaii.edu. Deadline to apply is Monday, May 1st!
Are you a furiously fast Texter? Gamer? Want to learn about careers in court reporting and captioning? High school students and their parents are invited to attend this presentation for a fun texting contest. Hear from the Fraizer family about how they got started and the unique characteristics of each segment of the real time writing possibilities: court reporting, freelance reporting, broadcast, and CART captioning. Event will be on Saturday, May 5th, 2017 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. Admission is Free! Please RSVP at TReese@hawaii.rr.com. If you are interested, please visit the College & Career Center for an informational flyer.
New Scholarships are in!
     • Hoakalei Cultural Foundation (available for only 12th graders)  
___________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Thursday, April 20, 2017
#153
 
General:
Deadlines for graduating students:
     • May 12 @ 3 p.m. students must be passing all required classes. Anyone not passing will NOT be able to participate in the graduation ceremony.
     • May 12 is the last day of classroom instruction
     • May 15, 16, & 18 is grad practice in the gym (periods 1 & 2)
     • May 17 is grad practice @ Aloha Stadium (periods 1 - 3)
     • May 17 @ 4 p.m. all obligations (JCHS & Library) must be cleared. (Any student with an obligation is unable to participate in a school event, i.e., graduation.) --- Ann Tanaka
Are you on the Honor Roll or Principal's List? Get your Honor shirt now! Pre-orders are being accepted until Thursday, April 20th. Forms available in the front office and can be turned in to Mrs. Martinez, room A-7. --- Rowena Martinez
1,212 students are on the Honor Roll & Principal's List, WOW! Honor's Night is on Thursday, 4/27/17 in the gym at 6:00 pm. All are welcome to attend to support students with a GPA of 3.5 and above as they receive their HONOR ROLL & PRINCIPAL'S certificate. Congratulations to all on the list. --- Rowena Martinez
JCHS students: Please help support our 'Military Students and Their Families' by wearing the color PURPLE,... appropriate shirt , skirt, pants or accessories on April 21, 2017. If you chose to wear a purple shirt, skirts or pants or accessories, you must make sure you adhere to our dress code policy, as stated in your student planner hand book, on page 27. No strapless tops or dress. No cleavage and midriff must be covered and no undergarments showing. Gang related clothing or accessories, which depict drugs, sex, tobacco, alcohol, profanity, and/or violence or clothing otherwise deemed inappropriate are not allowed. Any violations of such; student could be sent home, or to office for appropriate attire or for continued behavior may led to consequences. Students that wear purple attire on April 21, 2017 will be excused that day from wearing school Dress Top shirt! --- Anthony Jones
May fair will be held on Tuesday, May 23, 2017. If your club or council would like to have a booth, please come to G-107 for more information. All money raising forms must be submitted to G-107 no later than May 23, 2017. Specifics on the schedule will be coming in the next week or two. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
Senior prom attendees! Just a reminder that prom is this Saturday, April 22nd from 5-10 p.m. at the Pomaikai Ballroom. Parking is $6 with validation (bring your parking ticket to the ballroom). Dress code is formal (refer to page 35). Bring a school or valid ID for entry. Leave your big bags and shades in the car or you'll have to check it in. Pre-pay your House of Photography photos online at www.houseofphoto.com for faster service. Contact Mrs. Virtudazo D305, Nakama P40 or Komatsu (D105) if you have any questions. --- Kim Virtudazo
Seniors, if you didn't have a chance to pick up your cap and gown, you can pick it up in D305 during non-instructional hours. --- Kim Virtudazo
Class of 2018, we will be having our final junior parent night on Thursday, May 11, 2017 from 6:00-7:00 pm in the gym. This will be the last parent night before senior year. We will be discussing senior portraits, project grad, college and career services center, and senior events. --- Tracie Koide
Junior! Last chance to help donate canned goods for our canned good drive. If you are able to, please donate canned goods to your graduating class' room by this Thursday, 4/20. Junior class of 2018 to D106 during lunch or right after school. Thank you for your generosity and help toward the less fortunate family. --- Tracie Koide
Hey C/O 2019, it's that time again! If you would like to design our junior class shirts we are accepting all entries from now until May 5 by 3:00pm. Please submit designs to S-101 or to any sophomore student council rep or officer and please refer to the requirements below for more information. Your design must contain:
     1. Our orca mascot
     2. "C/O 2019"
     3. Clean/sharp lines
     4. You can only use the colors black, gray and white
     5. Designs must be on an 8.5x11 inch paper
*Please note that our class design will be on a white shirt! --- Carrie Archibald
TO ALL CLUBS AND COUNCILS, Don't forget that pyramid construction for our canned food drive began on April 19th in G-107 and will end on April 21st at 3:30pm; come in after school to build your pyramids. The council and club with the highest pyramids will be rewarded! For more information, come into G-107. --- Student Activities
 
Clubs:
Aloha JCHS Hikers, The next club meeting is Wednesday, April 26th to pick up field trip forms for the final hike scheduled in Pupukea (Saturday, May 13th) with a stopover in Haleiwa afterwards on. If you are an officer for SY17-18, please attend the meeting to discuss hikes for next SY during lunch on April 26th in D206. Any club members interested in partaking of the planning discussion for next SY's hikes are invited to attend as well. --- Sherry Cassetta
DECA Meetings Date: April 25, 2017 - Tuesday and April 27, 2017 - Thursday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. All DECA Officers/members there will be a year-end gathering on April 27, 2017, Thursday. This is also a celebration for Honor's Night and the club community service event. Please be in attendance for this important meeting and gathering and bid farewells for the summer. There will be no meeting and re-election until the starting of next school year in August 2017. Look forward to your participation and contribution for the final meeting of the year. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi • To all class council officers and chartered clubs: Awards and Installation Banquet will be held on May 13, 2017 at the Waikele Country Clubhouse 5:00 - 9:00 p.m. This banquet is for installation of council officers for SY 2017-2018 and to present awards to council and chartered club members. If your club or council would like to participate, cost for JCHS students is $35.00 and $40.00 for adults and non JCHS students. Clubs and councils presenting awards must have advisor present in order to attend and present. Each group and advisor(s) will be given 3 minutes each to do their presentation in either a speech format or video message. All video messages must be submitted to G-107 by May 4, 2017. Bid sales will be held from April 17 - 21, 2017 in G-107 during lunch and after school. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Please turn in college acceptances and scholarship awards to the College & Career Center SH-213.
Chinese Language Emersion/Internship: Are any of you juniors or seniors interested in going to China to learn the Chinese language firsthand? If so, the Chinese Language Emersion/Internship will be having presentations here at JCHS on April 26th during Periods 1 & 2 in P-24. You will get to learn about the Chinese program which offers summer internships and study abroad in China! If you are interested, please visit the College & Career Center to pick up a pass.
Zippy’s High School Internship Foundation – Summer 2017: Are you interested in working a summer internship? If so, Zippy’s has applications for a summer internship program that is available at the Career & College Center! You will meet other interested students from Oahu High Schools, learn details of the program, practice your customer service skills and interview for a position in the Summer Session beginning June 1, 2017 – August 1, 2017. Deadline is April 21st, 2017 at the College & Career Center.
The Indigenous Knowledge in Engineering Collaborative: The ‘IKE (Indigenous Knowledge in Engineering) Collaborative is looking for Native Hawaiian students who are interested in engineering and who are ready to take calculus I, II, or III for our math-intestine, six-week Hawai’i Calculus Academy Program (May 22-June 30). They provide free tuition for calculus and SCI 295 (4 credits total), learn in a culturally-supportive environment with your cohort and get one-on-one help from peer mentors. To apply or get more information contact Li-Anne Delavega at 808-734-9440 or email at ldeaveg@hawaii.edu. Deadline to apply is Monday, May 1st!
Explore Windward Community College: Windward Community College will be having an open house on Saturday, April 22nd from 9 AM – 12:30 PM. Tour the new 65,000 square-foot library, art, theatre, veterinary technology labs, science and Hawaiian studies facilities. Discover unique programs and meet the professors. Learn about financial aid and admissions. They will also be doing a tuition giveaway if you attend. For more information or to reserve a seat, contact Counselor Tom Doi at 235-7460 or doit@hawaii.edu.
New Scholarships are in! Hoakalei Cultural Foundation (available for only 12th graders)  
________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
#152
 
General:
1,212 students are on the Honor Roll & Principal's List, WOW! Honor's Night is on Thursday, 4/27/17 in the gym at 6:00 pm. All are welcome to attend to support students with a GPA of 3.5 and above as they receive their HONOR ROLL & PRINCIPAL'S certificate. Congratulations to all on the list. --- Rowena Martinez
JCHS students: Please help support our 'Military Students and Their Families' by wearing the color PURPLE,... appropriate shirt , skirt, pants or accessories on April 21, 2017. If you chose to wear a purple shirt, skirts or pants or accessories, you must make sure you adhere to our dress code policy, as stated in your student planner hand book, on page 27. No strapless tops or dress. No cleavage and midriff must be covered and no undergarments showing. Gang related clothing or accessories, which depict drugs, sex, tobacco, alcohol, profanity, and/or violence or clothing otherwise deemed inappropriate are not allowed. Any violations of such; student could be sent home, or to office for appropriate attire or for continued behavior may led to consequences. Students that wear purple attire on April 21, 2017 will be excused that day from wearing school Dress Top shirt! --- Anthony Jones
May fair will be held on Tuesday, May 23, 2017. If your club or council would like to have a booth, please come to G-107 for more information. All money raising forms must be submitted to G-107 no later than May 23, 2017. Specifics on the schedule will be coming in the next week or two. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
Seniors, if you didn't have a chance to pick up your cap and gown, you can pick it up in D305 during non-instructional hours. --- Kim Virtudazo
Class of 2018, we will be having our final junior parent night on Thursday, May 11, 2017 from 6:00-7:00 pm in the gym. This will be the last parent night before senior year. We will be discussing senior portraits, project grad, college and career services center, and senior events. --- Tracie Koide
Junior! Last chance to help donate canned goods for our canned good drive. If you are able to, please donate canned goods to your graduating class' room by this Thursday, 4/20. Junior class of 2018 to D106 during lunch or right after school. Thank you for your generosity and help toward the less fortunate family. --- Tracie Koide
Hey C/O 2019, it's that time again! If you would like to design our junior class shirts we are accepting all entries from now until May 5 by 3:00pm. Please submit designs to S-101 or to any sophomore student council rep or officer and please refer to the requirements below for more information. Your design must contain:
     1. Our orca mascot
     2. "C/O 2019"
     3. Clean/sharp lines
     4. You can only use the colors black, gray and white
     5. Designs must be on an 8.5x11 inch paper
*Please note that our class design will be on a white shirt! --- Carrie Archibald
Canned Food Drive - Class of 2019 Sophomores - let's show our support for the Hawaii Food Bank and bring in the most canned goods out of all the classes!! It is a great way to contribute to your local community. Besides canned goods (spam, soups, vegetables, etc.) you can also donate other non-perishable food items like rice, saimin, or pasta. Items can be dropped off at S101 OR in any 10th grade English teacher's classroom until Wednesday April 19. It's so easy, why not donate?! Monetary donations are also being accepted in S101 only. --- Carrie Archibald
 
Clubs:
Aloha JCHS Hikers, The next club meeting is Wednesday, April 26th to pick up field trip forms for the final hike scheduled in Pupukea (Saturday, May 13th) with a stopover in Haleiwa afterwards on. If you are an officer for SY17-18, please attend the meeting to discuss hikes for next SY during lunch on April 26th in D206. Any club members interested in partaking of the planning discussion for next SY's hikes are invited to attend as well. --- Sherry Cassetta
DECA Meetings Date: April 20, 2017 - Thursday - April 25, 2017 - Tuesday and April 27, 2017 - Thursday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. All DECA Officers/members there will be a year-end gathering on April 27, 2017, Thursday. This is also a celebration for Honor's Night and the club community service event. Please be in attendance for this important meeting and gathering and bid farewells for the summer. There will be no meeting and re-election until the starting of next school year in August 2017. Look forward to your participation and contribution for the final meeting of the year. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
To all class council officers and chartered clubs: Awards and Installation Banquet will be held on May 13, 2017 at the Waikele Country Clubhouse 5:00 - 9:00 p.m. This banquet is for installation of council officers for SY 2017-2018 and to present awards to council and chartered club members. If your club or council would like to participate, cost for JCHS students is $35.00 and $40.00 for adults and non JCHS students. Clubs and councils presenting awards must have advisor present in order to attend and present. Each group and advisor(s) will be given 3 minutes each to do their presentation in either a speech format or video message. All video messages must be submitted to G-107 by May 4, 2017. Bid sales will be held from April 17 - 21, 2017 in G-107 during lunch and after school. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Please turn in college acceptances and scholarship awards to the College & Career Center SH-213.
ASVAB Testing now available! The Aptitude Battery Testing (ASVAB) forms are now available at the College & Career Center! The testing will be happening on Thursday, April 20th afterschool from 2:30 PM – 5:30 PM in G-204. We only have 35 seats available and the deadline is TODAY during lunch!
Chinese Language Emersion/Internship: Are any of you juniors or seniors interested in going to China to learn the Chinese language firsthand? If so, the Chinese Language Emersion/Internship will be having presentations here at JCHS on April 26th during Periods 1 & 2 in P-24. You will get to learn about the Chinese program which offers summer internships and study abroad in China! If you are interested, please visit the College & Career Center to pick up a pass.
Zippy’s High School Internship Foundation – Summer 2017: Are you interested in working a summer internship? If so, Zippy’s has applications for a summer internship program that is available at the Career & College Center! You will meet other interested students from Oahu High Schools, learn details of the program, and practice your customer service skills and interview for a position in the Summer Session beginning June 1, 2017 – August 1, 2017. Deadline is April 21st, 2017 at the College & Career Center.
The Indigenous Knowledge in Engineering Collaborative: The ‘IKE (Indigenous Knowledge in Engineering) Collaborative is looking for Native Hawaiian students who are interested in engineering and who are ready to take calculus I, II, or III for our math-intestine, six-week Hawai’i Calculus Academy Program (May 22-June 30). They provide free tuition for calculus and SCI 295 (4 credits total), learn in a culturally-supportive environment with your cohort and get one-on-one help from peer mentors. To apply or get more information contact Li-Anne Delavega at 808-734-9440 or email at ldeaveg@hawaii.edu. Deadline to apply is Monday, May 1st!
Explore Windward Community College: Windward Community College will be having an open house on Saturday, April 22nd from 9 AM – 12:30 PM. Tour the new 65,000 square-foot library, art, theatre, veterinary technology labs, science and Hawaiian studies facilities. Discover unique programs and meet the professors. Learn about financial aid and admissions. They will also be doing a tuition giveaway if you attend. For more information or to reserve a seat, contact Counselor Tom Doi at 235-7460 or doit@hawaii.edu.
New Scholarships are in!
     • Hoakalei Cultural Foundation (available for only 12th graders)  
 
____________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Tuesday, April 18, 2017
#151
 
General:
1,212 students are on the Honor Roll & Principal's List, WOW! Honor's Night is on Thursday, 4/27/17 in the gym at 6:00 pm. All are welcome to attend to support students with a GPA of 3.5 and above as they receive their HONOR ROLL & PRINCIPAL'S certificate. Congratulations to all on the list. --- Rowena Martinez
May fair will be held on Tuesday, May 23, 2017. If your club or council would like to have a booth, please come to G-107 for more information. All money raising forms must be submitted to G-107 no later than May 23, 2017. Specifics on the schedule will be coming in the next week or two. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
Seniors, if you didn't have a chance to pick up your cap and gown, you can pick it up in D305 during non-instructional hours. --- Kim Virtudazo
Senior prom attendees! If you're on a vegetarian diet please see Mrs. Virtudazo in D305 by Tuesday 4/18. --- Kim Virtudazo
Class of 2018, we will be having our final junior parent night on Thursday, May 11, 2017 from 6:00-7:00 pm in the gym. This will be the last parent night before senior year. We will be discussing senior portraits, project grad, college and career services center, and senior events. --- Tracie Koide
Junior! Last chance to help donate canned goods for our canned good drive. If you are able to, please donate canned goods to your graduating class' room by this Thursday, 4/20. Junior class of 2018 to D106 during lunch or right after school. Thank you for your generosity and help toward the less fortunate family. --- Tracie Koide
Hey C/O 2019, it's that time again! If you would like to design our junior class shirts we are accepting all entries from now until May 5 by 3:00pm. Please submit designs to S-101 or to any sophomore student council rep or officer and please refer to the requirements below for more information. Your design must contain:
     1. Our orca mascot
     2. "C/O 2019"
     3. Clean/sharp lines
     4. You can only use the colors black, gray and white
     5. Designs must be on a 8.5x11 inch paper
*Please note that our class design will be on a white shirt! --- Carrie Archibald
Canned Food Drive - Class of 2019 Sophomores - let's show our support for the Hawaii Food Bank and bring in the most canned goods out of all the classes!! It is a great way to contribute to your local community. Besides canned goods (spam, soups, vegetables, etc.) you can also donate other non-perishable food items like rice, saimin, or pasta. Items can be dropped off at S101 OR in any 10th grade English teacher's classroom until Wednesday April 19. It's so easy, why not donate?! Monetary donations are also being accepted in S101 only. --- Carrie Archibald
E-School Summer Registration: Want to take a summer school class in the comfort of your own home? Register for a class via E-School beginning May 8th. Please visit the E-School website (eschool.k12.hi.us) and read requirements that you will need prior to registering. There is a $95.00 fee for 1/2 credit courses. On the day of registration please take note of the website you will need to register on. Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 E-School Registration: If you'd like to register for an E-School course (it's FREE!) for Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 please complete the E-School Student Agreement form electronically and submit it to Mrs. N. Young in A-9 by April 18th. You may get the Student Agreement forms from your counselor. Forms that are not completed electronically will be returned to you. You cannot use a Yahoo or school issued Gmail account. Will you be an IB student next year? Here's another option to earn your Participation in Democracy and Modern Hawaiian History credit. AVID students . . . take your Health course via E-School. --- Nellwyne Young
James Campbell High School Student Association has been awarded a 2017 National Gold Council of Excellence Award by the National Association of Student Councils (NASC). For its exemplary record of leadership, service, and activities that serve to improve the school and community. To meet the requirements for the NASC National Council of Excellence Award, a student council must meet a variety of criteria. In addition to basic requirements and membership in the NASC, councils must demonstrate things such as leadership training for council members, teacher/staff appreciation activities, student recognition programs, school and community service projects, spirit activities, goal setting, financial planning, and active participation in state and national student council associations. Those councils awarded the gold level have successfully demonstrated the highest levels of leadership. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
 
Clubs:
Aloha JCHS Hikers, The next club meeting is Wednesday, April 26th to pick up field trip forms for the final hike scheduled in Pupukea (Saturday, May 13th) with a stopover in Haleiwa afterwards on. If you are an officer for SY17-18, please attend the meeting to discuss hikes for next SY during lunch on April 26th in D206. Any club members interested in partaking of the planning discussion for next SY's hikes are invited to attend as well. --- Sherry Cassetta
DECA Meetings Date: April 20, 2017 - Thursday - April 25, 2017 - Tuesday and April 27, 2017 - Thursday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. All DECA Officers/members there will be a year-end gathering on April 27, 2017, Thursday. This is also a celebration for Honor's Night and the club community service event. Please be in attendance for this important meeting and gathering and bid farewells for the summer. There will be no meeting and re-election until the starting of next school year in August 2017. Look forward to your participation and contribution for the final meeting of the year. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
To all class council officers and chartered clubs: Awards and Installation Banquet will be held on May 13, 2017 at the Waikele Country Clubhouse 5:00 - 9:00 p.m. This banquet is for installation of council officers for SY 2017-2018 and to present awards to council and chartered club members. If your club or council would like to participate, cost for JCHS students is $35.00 and $40.00 for adults and non JCHS students. Clubs and councils presenting awards must have advisor present in order to attend and present. Each group and advisor(s) will be given 3 minutes each to do their presentation in either a speech format or video message. All video messages must be submitted to G-107 by May 4, 2017. Bid sales will be held from April 17 - 21, 2017 in G-107 during lunch and after school. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
Best Buddies: We have a peer buddy meeting on Tuesday, April 18 in Ms. Galamgam's room in SH-204 during lunch. We will discuss next year officer positions and sending a representative to the Best Buddy International Conference in Indiana University in July. --- Michael Bearis
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Please turn in college acceptances and scholarship awards to the College & Career Center SH-213.
ASVAB Testing now available! The Aptitude Battery Testing (ASVAB) forms are now available at the College & Career Center! The testing will be happening on Thursday, April 20th after school from 2:30 PM – 5:30 PM in G-204. We only have 35 seats available and the deadline is April 19th during lunch.
The Indigenous Knowledge in Engineering Collaborative: The ‘IKE (Indigenous Knowledge in Engineering) Collaborative is looking for Native Hawaiian students who are interested in engineering and who are ready to take calculus I, II, or III for our math-intestine, six-week Hawai’i Calculus Academy Program (May 22-June 30). They provide free tuition for calculus and SCI 295 (4 credits total), learn in a culturally-supportive environment with your cohort and get one-on-one help from peer mentors. To apply or get more information contact Li-Anne Delavega at 808-734-9440 or email at ldeaveg@hawaii.edu. Deadline to apply is Monday, May 1st!
Explore Windward Community College! Windward Community College will be having an open house on Saturday, April 22nd from 9 AM – 12:30 PM. Tour the new 65,000 square-foot library, art, theatre, veterinary technology labs, science and Hawaiian studies facilities. Discover unique programs and meet the professors. Learn about financial aid and admissions. They will also be doing a tuition giveaway if you attend. For more information or to reserve a seat, contact Counselor Tom Doi at 235-7460 or doit@hawaii.edu.  
 
______________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Monday, April 17, 2017
#150
 
General:
Seniors, if you didn't have a chance to pick up your cap and gown, you can pick it up in D305 during non-instructional hours. --- Kim Virtudazo
Senior prom attendees! If you're on a vegetarian diet please see Mrs. Virtudazo in D305 by Tuesday 4/18. --- Kim Virtudazo
Canned Food Drive - Class of 2019 Sophomores - let's show our support for the Hawaii Food Bank and bring in the most canned goods out of all the classes!! It is a great way to contribute to your local community. Besides canned goods (spam, soups, vegetables, etc.) you can also donate other non-perishable food items like rice, saimin, or pasta. Items can be dropped off at S101 OR in any 10th grade English teacher's classroom until Wednesday April 19. It's so easy, why not donate?! Monetary donations are also being accepted in S101 only. --- Carrie Archibald
E-School Summer Registration: Want to take a summer school class in the comfort of your own home? Register for a class via E-School beginning May 8th. Please visit the E-School website (eschool.k12.hi.us) and read requirements that you will need prior to registering. There is a $95.00 fee for 1/2 credit courses. On the day of registration please take note of the website you will need to register on. Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 E-School Registration: If you'd like to register for an E-School course (it's FREE!) for Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 please complete the E-School Student Agreement form electronically and submit it to Mrs. N. Young in A-9 by April 18th. You may get the Student Agreement forms from your counselor. Forms that are not completed electronically will be returned to you. You cannot use a Yahoo or school issued Gmail account. Will you be an IB student next year? Here's another option to earn your Participation in Democracy and Modern Hawaiian History credit. AVID students . . . take your Health course via E-School. --- Nellwyne Young
Attention All Students interested in participating in Early College for the Fall 2017 semester: The deadline to submit ALL of your paper work is Monday April 17, 2017 this includes: completing your on-line application, dual credit form, and health clearance. You may submit forms to Mrs. Angeles (A-11), Mr. Char (D101), or Mr. Yamashiro (D101). Please let us know if you have any questions. --- Rick Yamashiro
Arabic Culture Camp: PAAC is very excited to announce our first ever Arabic Culture Camp happening this summer! The camp will be led by talented artist, musician, and professor, Adly Mirza. Students will learn Arabic language, songs and dances, and various aspects of Arabic culture. We are also hoping to arrange a field trip to Shangri-la and Casablanca (restaurant) to experience Arabic food. More information:
     • Program dates are June 5-24 from 9:00am-4:00pm
     • $30 Application fee.
     • Lunch and light breakfast included.
     • Limited to 25 high school students.
     • For more info and/or pick up forms, see Mr. Lum in P-5
     • Registration Deadline: May 24, 2017. --- Michael Lum
James Campbell High School Student Association has been awarded a 2017 National Gold Council of Excellence Award by the National Association of Student Councils (NASC). For its exemplary record of leadership, service, and activities that serve to improve the school and community. To meet the requirements for the NASC National Council of Excellence Award, a student council must meet a variety of criteria. In addition to basic requirements and membership in the NASC, councils must demonstrate things such as leadership training for council members, teacher/staff appreciation activities, student recognition programs, school and community service projects, spirit activities, goal setting, financial planning, and active participation in state and national student council associations. Those councils awarded the gold level have successfully demonstrated the highest levels of leadership. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
 
Clubs:
Attention all clubs and councils: Our yearly Awards and Installations Banquet is slowly coming up! It will be held on Saturday May 13, 2017 at Waikele Country Club from 4:00pm-9:00pm. This year, bid sales will be $35 for JCHS students and $40 for outside guests and chaperones. Bid sales will be held from April 17th through April 21st during lunch in G107. Videos are to be no longer than 3 minutes. All school rules and regulations must be followed and is due by May 4th at 3:00pm to activities@gmail.com. --- Student Activities
Best Buddies: We have a peer buddy meeting on Tuesday, April 18 in Ms Galamgam's room in SH-204 during lunch. We will discuss next year officer positions and sending a representative to the Best Buddy International Conference in Indiana University in July. --- Michael Bearis
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Please turn in college acceptances and scholarship awards to the College & Career Center SH-213.
ASVAB Testing now available! The Aptitude Battery Testing (ASVAB) forms are now available at the College & Career Center! The testing will be happening on Thursday, April 20th afterschool from 2:30 PM – 5:30 PM in G-204. We only have 35 seats available and the deadline is April 19th during lunch.
The Indigenous Knowledge in Engineering Collaborative: The ‘IKE (Indigenous Knowledge in Engineering) Collaborative is looking for Native Hawaiian students who are interested in engineering and who are ready to take calculus I, II, or III for our math-intestine, six-week Hawai’i Calculus Academy Program (May 22-June 30). They provide free tuition for calculus and SCI 295 (4 credits total), learn in a culturally-supportive environment with your cohort and get one-on-one help from peer mentors. To apply or get more information contact Li-Anne Delavega at 808-734-9440 or email at ldeaveg@hawaii.edu. Deadline to apply is Monday, May 1st!
Explore Windward Community College! Windward Community College will be having an open house on Saturday, April 22nd from 9 AM – 12:30 PM. Tour the new 65,000 square-foot library, art, theatre, veterinary technology labs, science and Hawaiian studies facilities. Discover unique programs and meet the professors. Learn about financial aid and admissions. They will also be doing a tuition giveaway if you attend. For more information or to reserve a seat, contact Counselor Tom Doi at 235-7460 or doit@hawaii.edu.  
____________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Thursday, April 13, 2017
#149
 
General:
Seniors, if you didn't have a chance to pick up your cap and gown, you can pick it up in D305 during non-instructional hours. --- Kim Virtudazo
Senior prom attendees! If you're on a vegetarian diet please see Mrs. Virtudazo in D305 by Tuesday 4/18. --- Kim Virtudazo
Students that attended Jr. Prom...we hope you had an awesome time! If you lost or found items on Saturday, please come to D106 to claim lost items or turn in items found. Anything not claimed by next week Wednesday will be donated. If you forgot an ivory clutch purse with rosettes, it was found at Ko’olau and will be thrown out if not claimed by the end of this week. --- Tracie Koide
FSB Photos are here! If you took photos with Lifetouch during Freshmen Sophomore Banquet you can pick up your package beginning on Monday April 10 during lunch and after school at room S101. Please pick up packages by Thursday April 13. --- Carrie Archibald
Canned Food Drive - Class of 2019 Sophomores - let's show our support for the Hawaii Food Bank and bring in the most canned goods out of all the classes!! It is a great way to contribute to your local community. Besides canned goods (spam, soups, vegetables, etc.) you can also donate other non-perishable food items like rice, saimin, or pasta. Items can be dropped off at S101 OR in any 10th grade English teacher's classroom until Wednesday April 19. It's so easy, why not donate?! Monetary donations are also being accepted in S101 only. --- Carrie Archibald
If you have any school supplies, backpacks, and books in good condition, support Literacy Connection Club by donating them for the greater good. The Donation Drive-Thru is on Friday, April 14th, 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM in O-Building Parking Lot behind the library! Spread the word to your family, friends, and others! Donations will be sent to schools in the Philippines. --- Ann Tanaka
Congratulations to Elliot R for his first place win in the Film Now Festival! Film Now is an international high school film festival juried by a panel of industry experts. You can see his winning submission entitled, "Open Your Hearts" on the Film Now website. www.filmnowfestival.org/film-gallery --- Erin Yagi
Up for a challenge? Military Branch Challenge is just around the corner! If you're interested come down to G107 to sign up during lunch from April 6th - April 13th. The event will be held on Tuesday April 25th during lunch at Saber Hall, come on down to support those who will be a part of it! --- Student Activities
E-School Summer Registration: Want to take a summer school class in the comfort of your own home? Register for a class via E-School beginning May 8th. Please visit the E-School website (eschool.k12.hi.us) and read requirements that you will need prior to registering. There is a $95.00 fee for 1/2 credit courses. On the day of registration please take note of the website you will need to register on. Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 E-School Registration: If you'd like to register for an E-School course (it's FREE!) for Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 please complete the E-School Student Agreement form electronically and submit it to Mrs. N. Young in A-9 by April 18th. You may get the Student Agreement forms from your counselor. Forms that are not completed electronically will be returned to you. You cannot use a Yahoo or school issued Gmail account. Will you be an IB student next year? Here's another option to earn your Participation in Democracy and Modern Hawaiian History credit. AVID students . . . take your Health course via E-School. --- Nellwyne Young
Attention All Students interested in participating in Early College for the Fall 2017 semester: The deadline to submit ALL of your paper work is Monday April 17, 2017 this includes: completing your on-line application, dual credit form, and health clearance. You may submit forms to Mrs. Angeles (A-11), Mr. Char (D101), or Mr. Yamashiro (D101). Please let us know if you have any questions. --- Rick Yamashiro
Arabic Culture Camp: PAAC is very excited to announce our first ever Arabic Culture Camp happening this summer! The camp will be led by talented artist, musician, and professor, Adly Mirza. Students will learn Arabic language, songs and dances, and various aspects of Arabic culture. We are also hoping to arrange a field trip to Shangri-la and Casablanca (restaurant) to experience Arabic food. More information:
     • Program dates are June 5-24 from 9:00am-4:00pm
     • $30 Application fee.
     • Lunch and light breakfast included.
     • Limited to 25 high school students.
     • For more info and/or pick up forms, see Mr. Lum in P-5
     • Registration Deadline: May 24, 2017. --- Michael Lum
Aloha Campbell! Please join me in congratulating these winners representing James Campbell High School's Jiu Jitsu Club! Please come to p-27 if you're interested learning an awesome sport or martial art. (see printed bulletin for names) --- Jed Uson
STATE HISTORY DAY COMPETITION: The following James Campbell High School Social Studies Students will be competing in this weekend’s STATE History Day Fair at Windward Community College:
     Performance
     • Kymia T & Seijayne M A War Between Sisters
     Documentary
     • Katherine Y & Esther P Go For Broke! Japanese Americans Battling Two Fronts
     • Shawncy C, Rhyanne J & Keona B A Stand for Culture, The True Navigators
     • Elysia C Don Haskins: Taking A Stand In History
     Website
     • Maile M The 100th Battalion & 442nd Regimental Combat Team: Taking a stand for the Japanese in America
     • Dallas B Ghandi's Salt March
     • Ashley A, Tre C, & Athena P "The Abolition Sisters' Take on Slavery: Sarah and Angelina Grimke"
     Historical Paper
     • Mara G Queen Lili'uokalani: Taking a Stand Against U.S. Powers
     • Renaecia G Taking a Stand in History
     • Jazryn N - "The Ku Klux Klan's Rise to Power" (Paper)
     Exhibit
     • Alexander C Lewis Hine: Taking A Stand Against America's Child Labor
     • Danielle M & Elizabeth W Shirley Chisholm
We would like to wish these students well and congratulations also to their teachers Ms. Jennifer Hashimoto, Ms. Dawn Tuifua, Mr. John Santiago, Mr. Wade Murasaki and Mr. Rene’ Obena. Good Job Sabers! ---Social Studies
James Campbell High School Student Association has been awarded a 2017 National Gold Council of Excellence Award by the National Association of Student Councils (NASC). For its exemplary record of leadership, service, and activities that serve to improve the school and community. To meet the requirements for the NASC National Council of Excellence Award, a student council must meet a variety of criteria. In addition to basic requirements and membership in the NASC, councils must demonstrate things such as leadership training for council members, teacher/staff appreciation activities, student recognition programs, school and community service projects, spirit activities, goal setting, financial planning, and active participation in state and national student council associations. Those councils awarded the gold level have successfully demonstrated the highest levels of leadership. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
 
Clubs:
Historical society meeting tomorrow in G207 during lunch. We have exciting news to share! See you there! --- Karen Thompson
Best Buddies: We have a peer buddy meeting on Tuesday, April 18 in Ms Galamgam's room in SH-202 during lunch. We will discuss next year officer positions and sending a representative to the Best Buddy International Conference in Indiana University in July. --- Michael Bearis
Anime club-There will be a mandatory meeting on Thursday, 4/13 afterschool at 2:30 in D-102. We will be potential officers will be giving their speeches, we will be voting for the upcoming officers for next year's Anime Club, and we will discuss how Kawaii Kon went. See you there! --- Karly Kanehiro
Aloha JCHS Hikers, The next meeting is Wednesday, April 26th to pick up field trip forms for the final hike scheduled in Pupukea with a stopover in Haleiwa afterwards on Saturday, May 13th. If you are an officer for SY17-18, please attend the meeting to discuss hikes for next SY during lunch on April 26th in D206. Any club members interested in partaking of the planning discussion for next SY's hikes are invited to attend as well. --- Sherry Cassetta
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information: *** No Announcements***
___________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
#148
 
General:
Seniors, if you didn't have a chance to pick up your cap and gown, you can pick it up in D305 during non-instructional hours. --- Kim Virtudazo
Senior prom attendees! If you're on a vegetarian diet please see Mrs. Virtudazo in D305 by Tuesday 4/18. --- Kim Virtudazo
Students that attended Jr. Prom...we hope you had an awesome time! If you lost or found items on Saturday, please come to D106 to claim lost items or turn in items found. Anything not claimed by next week Wednesday will be donated. If you forgot an ivory clutch purse with rosettes, it was found at Ko’olau and will be thrown out if not claimed by the end of this week. --- Tracie Koide
FSB Photos are here! If you took photos with Lifetouch during Freshmen Sophomore Banquet you can pick up your package beginning on Monday April 10 during lunch and after school at room S101. Please pick up packages by Thursday April 13. --- Carrie Archibald
Canned Food Drive - Class of 2019 Sophomores - let's show our support for the Hawaii Food Bank and bring in the most canned goods out of all the classes!! It is a great way to contribute to your local community. Besides canned goods (spam, soups, vegetables, etc.) you can also donate other non-perishable food items like rice, saimin, or pasta. Items can be dropped off at S101 OR in any 10th grade English teacher's classroom until Wednesday April 19. It's so easy, why not donate?! Monetary donations are also being accepted in S101 only. --- Carrie Archibald
• Congratulations to Elliot R for his first place win in the Film Now Festival! Film Now is an international high school film festival juried by a panel of industry experts. You can see his winning submission entitled, "Open Your Hearts" on the Film Now website. www.filmnowfestival.org/film-gallery --- Erin Yagi
Up for a challenge? Military Branch Challenge is just around the corner! If you're interested come down to G107 to sign up during lunch from April 6th - April 13th. The event will be held on Tuesday April 25th during lunch at Saber Hall, come on down to support those who will be a part of it! --- Student Activities
E-School Summer Registration: Want to take a summer school class in the comfort of your own home? Register for a class via E-School beginning May 8th. Please visit the E-School website (eschool.k12.hi.us) and read requirements that you will need prior to registering. There is a $95.00 fee for 1/2 credit courses. On the day of registration please take note of the website you will need to register on. Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 E-School Registration: If you'd like to register for an E-School course (it's FREE!) for Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 please complete the E-School Student Agreement form electronically and submit it to Mrs. N. Young in A-9 by April 18th. You may get the Student Agreement forms from your counselor. Forms that are not completed electronically will be returned to you. You cannot use a Yahoo or school issued Gmail account. Will you be an IB student next year? Here's another option to earn your Participation in Democracy and Modern Hawaiian History credit. AVID students . . . take your Health course via E-School. --- Nellwyne Young
Attention All Students interested in participating in Early College for the Fall 2017 semester: The deadline to submit ALL of your paper work is Monday April 17, 2017 this includes: completing your on-line application, dual credit form, and health clearance. You may submit forms to Mrs. Angeles (A-11), Mr. Char (D101), or Mr. Yamashiro (D101). Please let us know if you have any questions. --- Rick Yamashiro
Arabic Culture Camp: PAAC is very excited to announce our first ever Arabic Culture Camp happening this summer! The camp will be led by talented artist, musician, and professor, Adly Mirza. Students will learn Arabic language, songs and dances, and various aspects of Arabic culture. We are also hoping to arrange a field trip to Shangri-la and Casablanca (restaurant) to experience Arabic food. More information:
     • Program dates are June 5-24 from 9:00am-4:00pm
     • $30 Application fee. • Lunch and light breakfast included.
     • Limited to 25 high school students.
     • For more info and/or pick up forms, see Mr. Lum in P-5
     • Registration Deadline: May 24, 2017. --- Michael Lum
Aloha Campbell! Please join me in congratulating these winners representing James Campbell High School's Jiu Jitsu Club! Please come to p-27 if you're interested learning an awesome sport or martial art. (see printed bulletin for names)--- Jed Uson
STATE HISTORY DAY COMPETITION: The following James Campbell High School Social Studies Students will be competing in this weekend’s STATE History Day Fair at Windward Community College:
     Performance
     • Kymia T & Seijayne M A War Between Sisters
     Documentary
     • Katherine Y & Esther P Go For Broke! Japanese Americans Battling Two Fronts
     • Shawncy C, Rhyanne J & Keona B A Stand for Culture, The True Navigators
     • Elysia C Don Haskins: Taking A Stand In History
     Website
     • Maile M The 100th Battalion & 442nd Regimental Combat Team: Taking a stand for the Japanese in America
     • Dallas B Ghandi's Salt March
     • Ashley A, Tre C, & Athena P "The Abolition Sisters' Take on Slavery: Sarah and Angelina Grimke"
     Historical Paper
     • Mara G Queen Lili'uokalani: Taking a Stand Against U.S. Powers
     • Renaecia G Taking a Stand in History
     • Jazryn N - "The Ku Klux Klan's Rise to Power" (Paper)
     Exhibit
     • Alexander C Lewis Hine: Taking A Stand Against America's Child Labor
     • Danielle M & Elizabeth W Shirley Chisholm
We would like to wish these students well and congratulations also to their teachers Ms. Jennifer Hashimoto, Ms. Dawn Tuifua, Mr. John Santiago, Mr. Wade Murasaki and Mr. Rene’ Obena. Good Job Sabers! ---Social Studies
 
Clubs:
Anime club-There will be a mandatory meeting on Thursday, 4/13 afterschool at 2:30 in D-102. We will be potential officers will be giving their speeches, we will be voting for the upcoming officers for next year's Anime Club, and we will discuss how Kawaii Kon went. See you there! --- Karly Kanehiro
Aloha JCHS Hikers, The next meeting is Wednesday, April 26th to pick up field trip forms for the final hike scheduled in Pupukea with a stopover in Haleiwa afterwards on Saturday, May 13th. If you are an officer for SY17-18, please attend the meeting to discuss hikes for next SY during lunch on April 26th in D206. Any club members interested in partaking of the planning discussion for next SY's hikes are invited to attend as well. --- Sherry Cassetta
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information: *** No Announcements***
_________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Tuesday, April 11, 2017
#147
 
General:
Cap and Gown pick-up date has changed to Tuesday, April 11th during first and second period. Students will come down with their first period. If you don't have a first period, come during second period to pick up. --- Kim Virtudazo
Students that attended Jr. Prom...we hope you had an awesome time! If you lost or found items on Saturday, please come to D106 to claim lost items or turn in items found. Anything not claimed by next week Wednesday will be donated. If you forgot an ivory clutch purse with rosettes, it was found at Ko’olau and will be thrown out if not claimed by the end of this week. --- Tracie Koide
FSB Photos are here! If you took photos with Lifetouch during Freshmen Sophomore Banquet you can pick up your package beginning on Monday April 10 during lunch and after school at room S101. Please pick up packages by Thursday April 13. --- Carrie Archibald
Canned Food Drive - Class of 2019 Sophomores - let's show our support for the Hawaii Food Bank and bring in the most canned goods out of all the classes!! It is a great way to contribute to your local community. Besides canned goods (spam, soups, vegetables, etc.) you can also donate other non-perishable food items like rice, saimin, or pasta. Items can be dropped off at S101 OR in any 10th grade English teacher's classroom until Wednesday April 19. It's so easy, why not donate?! Monetary donations are also being accepted in S101 only. --- Carrie Archibald
Up for a challenge? Military Branch Challenge is just around the corner! If you're interested come down to G107 to sign up during lunch from April 6th - April 13th. The event will be held on Tuesday April 25th during lunch at Saber Hall, come on down to support those who will be a part of it! --- Student Activities
E-School Summer Registration: Want to take a summer school class in the comfort of your own home? Register for a class via E-School beginning May 8th. Please visit the E-School website (eschool.k12.hi.us) and read requirements that you will need prior to registering. There is a $95.00 fee for 1/2 credit courses. On the day of registration please take note of the website you will need to register on. Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 E-School Registration: If you'd like to register for an E-School course (it's FREE!) for Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 please complete the E-School Student Agreement form electronically and submit it to Mrs. N. Young in A-9 by April 18th. You may get the Student Agreement forms from your counselor. Forms that are not completed electronically will be returned to you. You cannot use a Yahoo or school issued Gmail account. Will you be an IB student next year? Here's another option to earn your Participation in Democracy and Modern Hawaiian History credit. AVID students . . . take your Health course via E-School. --- Nellwyne Young
Attention All Students interested in participating in Early College for the Fall 2017 semester: The deadline to submit ALL of your paper work is Monday April 17, 2017 this includes: completing your on-line application, dual credit form, and health clearance. You may submit forms to Mrs. Angeles (A-11), Mr. Char (D101), or Mr. Yamashiro (D101). Please let us know if you have any questions. --- Rick Yamashiro
Arabic Culture Camp: PAAC is very excited to announce our first ever Arabic Culture Camp happening this summer! The camp will be led by talented artist, musician, and professor, Adly Mirza. Students will learn Arabic language, songs and dances, and various aspects of Arabic culture. We are also hoping to arrange a field trip to Shangri-la and Casablanca (restaurant) to experience Arabic food.
     More information:
     • Program dates are June 5-24 from 9:00am-4:00pm
     • $30 Application fee.
     • Lunch and light breakfast included.
     • Limited to 25 high school students.
     • For more info and/or pick up forms, see Mr. Lum in P-5
     • Registration Deadline: May 24, 2017. --- Michael Lum
 
Clubs:
Aloha JCHS Hikers, The next meeting is Wednesday, April 26th to pick up field trip forms for the final hike scheduled in Pupukea with a stopover in Haleiwa afterwards on Saturday, May 13th. If you are an officer for SY17-18, please attend the meeting to discuss hikes for next SY during lunch on April 26th in D206. Any club members interested in partaking of the planning discussion for next SY's hikes are invited to attend as well. --- Sherry Cassetta
Best Buddies! We will have our April Meeting on April 11, 2017, in F-2 during lunch recess, to look for anyone interested in being an officers for next school year. We'll be sending 1officer to attend the Best Buddies International Conference on July 21-24 at Indiana University. We will have a fun Easter Activity as well. --- Michael Bearis
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information: *** No Announcements***
____________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Monday, April 10, 2017
#146
 
General:
Cap and Gown pick-up date has changed to Tuesday, April 11th during first and second period. Students will come down with their first period. If you don't have a first period, come during second period to pick up. --- Kim Virtudazo
FSB Photos are here! If you took photos with Lifetouch during Freshmen Sophomore Banquet you can pick up your package beginning on Monday April 10 during lunch and after school at room S101. Please pick up packages by Thursday April 13. --- Carrie Archibald
Canned Food Drive - Class of 2019 Sophomores - let's show our support for the Hawaii Food Bank and bring in the most canned goods out of all the classes!! It is a great way to contribute to your local community. Besides canned goods (spam, soups, vegetables, etc) you can also donate other non-perishable food items like rice, saimin, or pasta. Items can be dropped off at S101 OR in any 10th grade English teacher's classroom until Wednesday April 19. It's so easy, why not donate?! Monetary donations are also being accepted in S101 only. --- Carrie Archibald
Up for a challenge? Military Branch Challenge is just around the corner! If you're interested come down to G107 to sign up during lunch from April 6th - April 13th. The event will be held on Tuesday April 25th during lunch at Saber Hall, come on down to support those who will be a part of it! --- Student Activities
E-School Summer Registration: Want to take a summer school class in the comfort of your own home? Register for a class via E-School beginning May 8th. Please visit the E-School website (eschool.k12.hi.us) and read requirements that you will need prior to registering. There is a $95.00 fee for 1/2 credit courses. On the day of registration please take note of the website you will need to register on. Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 E-School Registration: If you'd like to register for an E-School course (it's FREE!) for Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 please complete the E-School Student Agreement form electronically and submit it to Mrs. N. Young in A-9 by April 18th. You may get the Student Agreement forms from your counselor. Forms that are not completed electronically will be returned to you. You cannot use a Yahoo or school issued Gmail account. Will you be an IB student next year? Here's another option to earn your Participation in Democracy and Modern Hawaiian History credit. AVID students . . . take your Health course via E-School. --- Nellwyne Young
Attention All Students interested in participating in Early College for the Fall 2017 semester: The deadline to submit ALL of your paper work is Monday April 17, 2017 this includes: completing your on-line application, dual credit form, and health clearance. You may submit forms to Mrs. Angeles (A-11), Mr. Char (D101), or Mr. Yamashiro (D101). Please let us know if you have any questions. --- Rick Yamashrio
Congratulations to Erika S for winning 3rd place in the Mayor's Memorial Day Poster Contest. Her poster was selected from over 150 entries from public and private schools statewide. Her poster will be displayed at the Honolulu Hale, 3rd Floor and the Kapolei Hale Lobby from May 1-31, 2017. Ericka will be invited to an awards ceremony at Honolulu Hale on Wednesday May 10, 2017. Congratulations!!! ---Rene Obena
Arabic Culture Camp: PAAC is very excited to announce our first ever Arabic Culture Camp happening this summer! The camp will be led by talented artist, musician, and professor, Adly Mirza. Students will learn Arabic language, songs and dances, and various aspects of Arabic culture. We are also hoping to arrange a field trip to Shangri-la and Casablanca (restaurant) to experience Arabic food.
     More information:
     • Program dates are June 5-24 from 9:00am-4:00pm
     • $30 Application fee. • Lunch and light breakfast included.
     • Limited to 25 high school students.
     • For more info and/or pick up forms, see Mr. Lum in P-5
     • Registration Deadline: May 24, 2017. --- Michael Lum
 
Clubs:
Best Buddies! We will have our April Meeting on April 11, 2017, in F-2 during lunch recess, to look for anyone interested in being an officers for next school year. We'll be sending 1officer to attend the Best Buddies International Conference on July 21-24 at Indiana University. We will have a fun Easter Activity as well. --- Michael Bearis
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Please turn in college acceptances and scholarship awards to the College & Career Center SH-213.
Today’s Presentations:
     • April 10 – Regis University, 8:15, G-204
     • April 10 – Cal State East Bay, 9:45, G-206
     • April 10 – Regent’s University, 1:00, P-24
Upcoming Presentations:
     • April 12 – New Mexico Military Institute, 8:30, G-204
     • April 12 – Central Washington, 9:45, S-201
     • April 12 – Northern Arizona University, 11:10, S-201
     • April 13 – Ritsumeikan APU, 8:10, J-6
     • April 13 – San Diego State University, 8:15, G-204
     • April 13 – CSU Pueblo, 2:00, G-204
The HACAC College Fair NIGHT Field Trip! If you are interested in going to the HACAC College Fair NIGHT field trip, the deadline has been extended to today during lunch. Please make sure you get your parent signature and turn it in to the College & Career Center.
ASVAB Testing now available! The Aptitude Battery Testing (ASVAB) forms are now available at the College & Career Center! The testing will be happening on Thursday, April 20th afterschool from 2:30 PM – 5:30 PM in G-204. We only have 35 seats available and the deadline is April 19th during lunch.
Events:
     San Jose State University invites you to their Hawaii New Spartan Reception. The reception will take place on Thursday, April 13th from 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM at James Campbell High School’s Saber Hall in S-101. They will be providing information about San Jose State University’s academic programs, majors, resources, campus life, student organizations, the admission process, freshmen orientation, housing, financial aid and the student experience. This is for accepted students only!
New Scholarships are in!
     • Pohakea Elementary Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • 2017 Monsanto Hawaii Life Sciences Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • American Hotel & Lodging Educational Foundation (available for only 12th graders)
     • Taiwanese American Community Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College & Career Center, Room SH-213, for more information.
_______________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Friday, April 07, 2017
#145
 
General:
Graduation 2017 deadlines are listed below:
     GENERAL DEADLINES
     • May 12 -- Last day of classroom instruction.
     • May 12 @ 3 p.m. --Students must be PASSING ALL REQUIRED COURSES in order to participate in the graduation ceremony
     • May 17 @ 4 p.m. -- Financial obligations must be cleared in order to participate in the ceremony
     GRAD PRACTICES
     • May 15, 16, & 18 -- Practice @ school (Periods 1 & 2)
     • May 17 -- Practice @ Aloha Stadium (Periods 1, 2, & 3) (Students are bussed to Aloha Stadium and NO student is allowed to drive on his/her own.) --- Ann Tanaka
Aloha Sabers! Come support your peers from JCHS BJJ club who will be competing at the gym for this Sunday's NAGA event (see list below). There is a $10 spectator fee, and please bring extra money to buy food from the concession stand that goes to support the wrestling team. --- Jed Uson
Jr. Prom is this SATURDAY!!!!!! Check in will start at 5pm. Please be on time as the doors will close at 6pm. Please also refer to the dress code and abide by it to ensure a fun night. Lastly if you still need a picture order form, come to D106 during lunch...be prepared to help lines move quicker and you can enjoy more of the night. --- Tracie Koide
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until April 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
Cap and Gown pick-up date has changed to Tuesday, April 11th during first and second period. Students will come down with their first period. If you don't have a first period, come during second period to pick up. --- Kim Virtudazo
FSB Photos are here! If you took photos with Lifetouch during Freshmen Sophomore Banquet you can pick up your package beginning on Monday April 10 during lunch and after school at room S101. Please pick up packages by Thursday April 13. --- Carrie Archibald
Canned Food Drive - Class of 2019 Sophomores - let's show our support for the Hawaii Food Bank and bring in the most canned goods out of all the classes!! It is a great way to contribute to your local community. Besides canned goods (spam, soups, vegetables, etc) you can also donate other non-perishable food items like rice, saimin, or pasta. Items can be dropped off at S101 OR in any 10th grade English teacher's classroom until Wednesday April 19. It's so easy, why not donate?! Monetary donations are also being accepted in S101 only. --- Carrie Archibald
E-School Summer Registration: Want to take a summer school class in the comfort of your own home? Register for a class via E-School beginning May 8th. Please visit the E-School website (eschool.k12.hi.us) and read requirements that you will need prior to registering. There is a $95.00 fee for 1/2 credit courses. On the day of registration please take note of the website you will need to register on. Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 E-School Registration: If you'd like to register for an E-School course (it's FREE!) for Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 please complete the E-School Student Agreement form electronically and submit it to Mrs. N. Young in A-9 by April 18th. You may get the Student Agreement forms from your counselor. Forms that are not completed electronically will be returned to you. You cannot use a Yahoo or school issued Gmail account. Will you be an IB student next year? Here's another option to earn your Participation in Democracy and Modern Hawaiian History credit. AVID students . . . take your Health course via E-School. --- Nellwyne Young
Attention All Students interested in participating in Early College for the Fall 2017 semester: The deadline to submit ALL of your paper work is Monday April 17, 2017 this includes: completing your on-line application, dual credit form, and health clearance. You may submit forms to Mrs. Angeles (A-11), Mr. Char (D101), or Mr. Yamashiro (D101). Please let us know if you have any questions. --- Rick Yamashrio
Congratulations to Erika S for winning 3rd place in the Mayor's Memorial Day Poster Contest. Her poster was selected from over 150 entries from public and private schools statewide. Her poster will be displayed at the Honolulu Hale, 3rd Floor and the Kapolei Hale Lobby from May 1-31, 2017. Ericka will be invited to an awards ceremony at Honolulu Hale on Wednesday May 10, 2017. Congratulations!!! ---Rene Obena
Arabic Culture Camp: PAAC is very excited to announce our first ever Arabic Culture Camp happening this summer! The camp will be led by talented artist, musician, and professor, Adly Mirza. Students will learn Arabic language, songs and dances, and various aspects of Arabic culture. We are also hoping to arrange a field trip to Shangri-la and Casablanca (restaurant) to experience Arabic food.
     More information:
     • Program dates are June 5-24 from 9:00am-4:00pm
     • $30 Application fee.
     • Lunch and light breakfast included.
     • Limited to 25 high school students.
     • For more info and/or pick up forms, see Mr. Lum in P-5
     • Registration Deadline: May 24, 2017. --- Michael Lum
 
Clubs:
Best Buddies! We will have our April Meeting on April 11, 2017, in F-2 during lunch recess, to look for anyone interested in being an officers for next school year. We'll be sending 1officer to attend the Best Buddies International Conference on July 21-24 at Indiana University. We will have a fun Easter Activity as well. --- Michael Bearis
To all Students: Interested in starting a club? Please stop by G-107 during non-class hours to pick up a charter club packet. You must have a faculty member as your advisor, complete the charter packet, have a constitution, and be an extension of the classroom or standards/common core based. All new and existing clubs must submit a new charter each year to be considered by administration to be a school sanctioned club. Packets will be available from April 03, 2017 and last day to submit completed charter packets is April 20, 2017 by 2:30 p.m. to G-107. --- Student Activities
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Please turn in college acceptances and scholarship awards to the College & Career Center SH-213.
The HACAC College Fair DAY Field Trip! If you are still interested in going to the HACAC College Fair DAY field trip, the deadline has been extended to today up until 3:00 PM. Please make sure you get all your teacher signatures and turn it in to the College & Career Center.
The HACAC College Fair NIGHT Field Trip! If you are interested in going to the HACAC College Fair NIGHT field trip, the deadline has been extended to Monday, April 10th during lunch. You are still able to pick up forms at the College & Career Center if you want to attend.
ASVAB Testing now available! The Aptitude Battery Testing (ASVAB) forms are now available at the College & Career Center! The testing will be happening on Thursday, April 20th afterschool from 2:30 PM – 5:30 PM in G-204. We only have 35 seats available. If you are interested please pick up a form at the College & Career Center.
Upcoming Presentations:
     • April 10 – Regis University, 8:15, G-204
     • April 10 – Cal State East Bay, 9:45, G-206
     • April 10 – Regent’s University, 1:00, P-24
     • April 12 – New Mexico Military Institute, 8:30, G-204
     • April 12 – Central Washington, 9:45, S-201
     • April 12 – Northern Arizona University, 11:10, S-201
     • April 13 – Ritsumeikan APU, 8:10, J-6
     • April 13 – San Diego State University, 8:15, G-204
     • April 13 – CSU Pueblo, 2:00, G-204
New Scholarships are in!
     • Pohakea Elementary Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • 2017 Monsanto Hawaii Life Sciences Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • American Hotel & Lodging Educational Foundation (available for only 12th graders)
     • Taiwanese American Community Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College & Career Center, Room SH-213, for more information.
__________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Thursday, April 06, 2017
#144
 
General:
Graduation 2017 deadlines are listed below:
     GENERAL DEADLINES
     • May 12 -- Last day of classroom instruction.
     • May 12 @ 3 p.m. --Students must be PASSING ALL REQUIRED COURSES in order to participate in the graduation ceremony
     • May 17 @ 4 p.m. -- Financial obligations must be cleared in order to participate in the ceremony
     GRAD PRACTICES      
     • May 15, 16, & 18 -- Practice @ school (Periods 1 & 2)
     • May 17 -- Practice @ Aloha Stadium (Periods 1, 2, & 3) (Students are bussed to Aloha Stadium and NO student is allowed to drive on his/her own.) --- Ann Tanaka
Aloha Campbell! The North American Grappling Association (NAGA) is coming to Campbell this Sunday. Please come out and support members from JCHS Jiu Jitsu club compete against other grappling schools from around the state. Also, bring cash to buy NAGA apparel and food. Food sales will benefit Campbell's wrestling program. GO SABERS! --- Jed Uson
Jr. Prom is this SATURDAY!!!!!! Check in will start at 5pm. Please be on time as the doors will close at 6pm. Please also refer to the dress code and abide by it to ensure a fun night. Lastly if you still need a picture order form, come to D106 during lunch...be prepared to help lines move quicker and you can enjoy more of the night. --- Tracie Koide
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until April 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
Cap and Gown pick-up date has changed to Tuesday, April 11th during first and second period. Students will come down with their first period. If you don't have a first period, come during second period to pick up. --- Kim Virtudazo
FSB Photos are here! If you took photos with Lifetouch during Freshmen Sophomore Banquet you can pick up your package beginning on Monday April 10 during lunch and after school at room S101. Please pick up packages by Thursday April 13. --- Carrie Archibald
Canned Food Drive - Class of 2019 Sophomores - let's show our support for the Hawaii Food Bank and bring in the most canned goods out of all the classes!! It is a great way to contribute to your local community. Besides canned goods (spam, soups, vegetables, etc) you can also donate other non-perishable food items like rice, saimin, or pasta. Items can be dropped off at S101 OR in any 10th grade English teacher's classroom until Wednesday April 19. It's so easy, why not donate?! Monetary donations are also being accepted in S101 only. --- Carrie Archibald
Hey Huskies! Are you interested in being a part of the Class of 2020 student council? We currently have 4 Class Representative positions open for Huskies who want take on a leadership position next year! Please come to sign up for an interview in room P28 during non-class hours to sign up for a 10 minute interview. The deadline to sign up will be Thursday, April 6. If you have any questions, feel free to ask Mr. Lizardo (Advisor), Kaya I (President), or Mara G (Vice-President). Husky pride! --- Lord Ryan Lizardo
E-School Summer Registration: Want to take a summer school class in the comfort of your own home? Register for a class via E-School beginning May 8th. Please visit the E-School website (eschool.k12.hi.us) and read requirements that you will need prior to registering. There is a $95.00 fee for 1/2 credit courses. On the day of registration please take note of the website you will need to register on. Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 E-School Registration: If you'd like to register for an E-School course (it's FREE!) for Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 please complete the E-School Student Agreement form electronically and submit it to Mrs. N. Young in A-9 by April 18th. You may get the Student Agreement forms from your counselor. Forms that are not completed electronically will be returned to you. You cannot use a Yahoo or school issued Gmail account. Will you be an IB student next year? Here's another option to earn your Participation in Democracy and Modern Hawaiian History credit. AVID students . . . take your Health course via E-School. --- Nellwyne Young
Attention All Students interested in participating in Early College for the Fall 2017 semester: The deadline to submit ALL of your paper work is Monday April 17, 2017 this includes: completing your on-line application, dual credit form, and health clearance. You may submit forms to Mrs. Angeles (A-11), Mr. Char (D101), or Mr. Yamashiro (D101). Please let us know if you have any questions. --- Rick Yamashrio
 
Clubs:
Best Buddies! We will have our April Meeting on April 11, 2017, in F-2 during lunch recess, to look for anyone interested in being an officers for next school year. We'll be sending 1officer to attend the Best Buddies International Conference on July 21-24 at Indiana University. We will have a fun Easter Activity as well. --- Michael Bearis
To all Students: Interested in starting a club? Please stop by G-107 during non-class hours to pick up a charter club packet. You must have a faculty member as your advisor, complete the charter packet, have a constitution, and be an extension of the classroom or standards/common core based. All new and existing clubs must submit a new charter each year to be considered by administration to be a school sanctioned club. Packets will be available from April 03, 2017 and last day to submit completed charter packets is April 20, 2017 by 2:30 p.m. to G-107. --- Student Activities
DECA Meeting Dates: April 6, 2017 Thursday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. If you have signed up for any of the Business Courses and completed the Business Career Pathway including Economics for this school year end, please reserve your cord for Graduation. Please report to Room P-38 to reserve your cord. Cost to be determined and due date for payment. If you are interested in running for 2017-2018 Chapter or State Office, please attend our regular meeting on Tuesday and Thursday. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Please turn in college acceptances and scholarship awards to the College & Career Center SH-213.
Upcoming Presentations:
     • April 10 – Regis University, 8:15, TBA
     • April 10 – Cal State East Bay, 9:45, G-206
     • April 10 – Regent’s University, 1:00, TBA
     • April 12 – New Mexico Military Institute, 8:30, TBA
     • April 12 – Central Washington, 9:45, S-201
     • April 12 – Northern Arizona University, 11:10, S-201
     • April 13 – Ritsumeikan APU, 8:10, J-6
     • April 13 – San Diego State University, 8:15, G-204
     • April 13 – CSU Pueblo, 2:00, G-204
New Scholarships are in!
     • Pohakea Elementary Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • 2017 Monsanto Hawaii Life Sciences Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • American Hotel & Lodging Educational Foundation (available for only 12th graders)
     • Taiwanese American Community Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College & Career Center, Room SH-213, for more information.
__________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Tuesday, April 04, 2017
#142
 
General:
Graduation 2017 deadlines are listed below:
     GENERAL DEADLINES
     • May 12 -- Last day of classroom instruction.
     • May 12 @ 3 p.m. --Students must be PASSING ALL REQUIRED COURSES in order to participate in the graduation ceremony
     • May 17 @ 4 p.m. -- Financial obligations must be cleared in order to participate in the ceremony
     GRAD PRACTICES
     • May 15, 16, & 18 -- Practice @ school (Periods 1 & 2)
     • May 17 -- Practice @ Aloha Stadium (Periods 1, 2, & 3) (Students are bussed to Aloha Stadium and NO student is allowed to drive on his/her own.) --- Ann Tanaka
Aloha Campbell! The North American Grappling Association (NAGA) is coming to Campbell this Sunday. Please come out and support members from JCHS Jiu Jitsu club compete against other grappling schools from around the state. Also, bring cash to buy NAGA apparel and food. Food sales will benefit Campbell's wrestling program. GO SABERS! --- Jed Uson
Jr. Prom is this SATURDAY!!!!!! Check in will start at 5pm. Please be on time as the doors will close at 6pm. Please also refer to the dress code and abide by it to ensure a fun night. Lastly if you still need a picture order form, come to D106 during lunch...be prepared to help lines move quicker and you can enjoy more of the night. --- Tracie Koide
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until April 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
Seniors! The senior shot out videos to be played prior to graduation at the stadium, will be shot in Murasaki's room in D-306 every day at lunch from 3/29-4/5. Prepare a 15 second message solo or with a senior friend of gratitude, see Saber Media if you have any questions. --- Kim Virtudazo
Senior Prom table sign-ups will run from Wednesday, March 29th to Wednesday, April 5th in D305 during lunch. There will be 12 seats per table. Its first come, first served so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Cap and Gown pick-up date has changed to Tuesday, April 11th during first and second period. Students will come down with their first period. If you don't have a first period, come during second period to pick up. --- Kim Virtudazo
Hey Huskies! Are you interested in being a part of the Class of 2020 student council? We currently have 4 Class Representative positions open for Huskies who want take on a leadership position next year! Please come to sign up for an interview in room P28 during non-class hours to sign up for a 10 minute interview. The deadline to sign up will be Thursday, April 6. If you have any questions, feel free to ask Mr. Lizardo (Advisor), Kaya I (President), or Mara G (Vice-President). Husky pride! --- Lord Ryan Lizardo
E-School Summer Registration: Want to take a summer school class in the comfort of your own home? Register for a class via E-School beginning May 8th. Please visit the E-School website (eschool.k12.hi.us) and read requirements that you will need prior to registering. There is a $95.00 fee for 1/2 credit courses. On the day of registration please take note of the website you will need to register on. Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 E-School Registration: If you'd like to register for an E-School course (it's FREE!) for Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 please complete the E-School Student Agreement form electronically and submit it to Mrs. N. Young in A-9 by April 18th. You may get the Student Agreement forms from your counselor. Forms that are not completed electronically will be returned to you. You cannot use a Yahoo or school issued Gmail account. Will you be an IB student next year? Here's another option to earn your Participation in Democracy and Modern Hawaiian History credit. AVID students . . . take your Health course via E-School. --- Nellwyne Young
Attention All Students interested in participating in Early College for the Fall 2017 semester: The deadline to submit ALL of your paper work is Monday April 17, 2017 this includes: completing your on-line application, dual credit form, and health clearance. You may submit forms to Mrs. Angeles (A-11), Mr. Char (D101), or Mr. Yamashiro (D101). Please let us know if you have any questions. --- Rick Yamashrio
ATTENTION ALL SABERS! Starting on April 3rd, we will be having a canned food drive. There will be both a class competition and club competition, whichever class that builds the highest pyramid with their cans will be rewarded class points; the same goes for clubs. Cans will be collected from April 3rd through April 19th (rooms will be listed below). And construction will begin on the 19th through the 21st in G-107. The base of the pyramid will be 3x3 and every level must be filled.
     Classes
     Class of 2017 - P40, D105, D305
     Class of 2018 - D106
     Class of 2019 - S101
     Class of 2020 - G102
     Clubs
     96706 Dance Squad - TBD
     PAAC – P5
If any other clubs are interested, please let Ms. Kimura in G-107 know as soon as possible. *Clubs and classes must advertise on their own* ---- Student Activities
 
Clubs:
JCHS Hikers, The meeting on Wednesday, April 4th is mandatory for those planning to go on the upcoming hike scheduled for April 8th to Kuliouou. Agenda for next week's meeting include the following: Information regarding the Kuliouou hike and "The Hiker's Attire and Backpack for a Day Hike." Meeting is during lunch in D206. New officers for SY 17-18 are requested to attend this meeting as well to begin planning for next SY hikes and activities. The final hike for the school year is on Saturday, May 13th. --- Sherry Cassetta
To all Students: Interested in starting a club? Please stop by G-107 during non-class hours to pick up a charter club packet. You must have a faculty member as your advisor, complete the charter packet, have a constitution, and be an extension of the classroom or standards/common core based. All new and existing clubs must submit a new charter each year to be considered by administration to be a school sanctioned club. Packets will be available from April 03, 2017 and last day to submit completed charter packets is April 20, 2017 by 2:30 p.m. to G-107. --- Student Activities
DECA Meeting Dates: April 4, 2017 Tuesday - April 6, 2017 Thursday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. If you have signed up for any of the Business Courses and completed the Business Career Pathway including Economics for this school year end, please reserve your cord for Graduation. Please report to Room P-38 to reserve your cord. Cost to be determined and due date for payment. If you are interested in running for 2017-2018 Chapter or State Office, please attend our regular meeting on Tuesday and Thursday. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Please turn in college acceptances and scholarship awards to the Career & College Center SH-213.
Upcoming Presentations:
     • April 5 – Johnson & Wales University, 8:30, J-1
     • April 5 – Colorado Mesa, 9:30, G-206
     • April 10 – Cal State East Bay, 9:45, G-206
     • April 12 – Central Washington, 9:45, S-201
     • April 12 – Northern Arizona University, 11:10, S-201
Off Campus Events:
     Most Likely to Succeed has been called by some the best documentary about education ever made. It presents a vision of the kinds of teaching and learning that will prepare kids for what Tony Wager, co-author of the book Most Likely to Succeed and The Global Achievement Gap, calls the “Innovation Era.” They will be hosting a film screening event on: Tuesday, April 4th, 2017 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM The Salvation Army Kroc Center Hawaii 91-3257 Kualaka’I Parkway Ewa Beach, HI 96706 If you are interested, RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/island-pacific-academy-presents-most-likely-to-succeed-tickets-32577305598
     University of Alabama will be having a special reception where students will engage in and experience University tradition, campus spirit and student life at the Capstone. Sunday April 9th, 2017 4:00 p.m. Ala Moana Hotel 410 Atkinson Drive Honolulu, HI 96814 Please RSVP by March 31st by going to gobama.ua.edu/honolulu-reception
New Scholarships are in!
     • Centennial of Diamond Head Lighthouse – Oahu Art Contest 2017 (available for ALL grade levels)
     • Longs Senior Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • Gustav Hannemann and Faiaso Soliai Hannemann Leadership Awards (available for only 12th graders)
     • Hui Makaala Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • Holomua Elementary Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College & Career Center, Room SH-213, for more information.  
__________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Monday, April 03, 2017
#141
 
General:
Graduation 2017 deadlines are listed below:
     GENERAL DEADLINES
     • May 12 -- Last day of classroom instruction.
     • May 12 @ 3 p.m. --Students must be PASSING ALL REQUIRED COURSES in order to participate in the graduation ceremony
     • May 17 @ 4 p.m. -- Financial obligations must be cleared in order to participate in the ceremony
     GRAD PRACTICES
     • May 15, 16, & 18 -- Practice @ school (Periods 1 & 2)
     • May 17 -- Practice @ Aloha Stadium (Periods 1, 2, & 3) (Students are bussed to Aloha Stadium and NO student is allowed to drive on his/her own.) --- Ann Tanaka
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until April 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
Seniors! The senior shot out videos to be played prior to graduation at the stadium, will be shot in Murasaki's room in D-306 every day at lunch from 3/29-4/5. Prepare a 15 second message solo or with a senior friend of gratitude, see Saber Media if you have any questions. --- Kim Virtudazo
Senior Prom table sign-ups will run from Wednesday, March 29th to Wednesday, April 5th in D305 during lunch. There will be 12 seats per table. Its first come, first served so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Cap and Gown pick-up date has changed to Tuesday, April 11th during first and second period. Students will come down with their first period. If you don't have a first period, come during second period to pick up. --- Kim Virtudazo
Hey Huskies! Are you interested in being a part of the Class of 2020 student council? We currently have 4 Class Representative positions open for Huskies who want take on a leadership position next year! Please come to sign up for an interview in room P28 during non-class hours to sign up for a 10 minute interview. The deadline to sign up will be Thursday, April 6. If you have any questions, feel free to ask Mr. Lizardo (Advisor), Kaya I (President), or Mara G (Vice-President). Husky pride! --- Lord Ryan Lizardo
E-School Summer Registration: Want to take a summer school class in the comfort of your own home? Register for a class via E-School beginning May 8th. Please visit the E-School website (eschool.k12.hi.us) and read requirements that you will need prior to registering. There is a $95.00 fee for 1/2 credit courses. On the day of registration please take note of the website you will need to register on. Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 E-School Registration: If you'd like to register for an E-School course (it's FREE!) for Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 please complete the E-School Student Agreement form electronically and submit it to Mrs. N. Young in A-9 by April 18th. You may get the Student Agreement forms from your counselor. Forms that are not completed electronically will be returned to you. You cannot use a Yahoo or school issued Gmail account. Will you be an IB student next year? Here's another option to earn your Participation in Democracy and Modern Hawaiian History credit. AVID students . . . take your Health course via E-School. --- Nellwyne Young
It's that time of year again when the State Employees hold their annual can food drive. Student Association will be holding a can food drive from April 3 - 21, 2017. Monetary donations are also accepted. There will be both a class competition and club competition. All donations will be donated to the Hawaii Food Bank. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
 
Clubs:
JCHS Hikers, The meeting on Wednesday, April 4th is mandatory for those planning to go on the upcoming hike scheduled for April 8th to Kuliouou. Agenda for next week's meeting include the following: Information regarding the Kuliouou hike and "The Hiker's Attire and Backpack for a Day Hike." Meeting is during lunch in D206. New officers for SY 17-18 are requested to attend this meeting as well to begin planning for next SY hikes and activities. The final hike for the school year is on Saturday, May 13th. --- Sherry Cassetta
To all Students: Interested in starting a club? Please stop by G-107 during non-class hours to pick up a charter club packet. You must have a faculty member as your advisor, complete the charter packet, have a constitution, and be an extension of the classroom or standards/common core based. All new and existing clubs must submit a new charter each year to be considered by administration to be a school sanctioned club. Packets will be available from April 03, 2017 and last day to submit completed charter packets is April 20, 2017 by 2:30 p.m. to G-107. --- Student Activities
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Please turn in college acceptances and scholarship awards to the Career & College Center SH-213.
Upcoming Presentations:
     • April 3 – UC Irvine, 9:45, G-206
     • April 3 – Linfield (Athletes only), 8:15, G-206
     • April 5 – Johnson & Wales University, 8:30, J-1
     • April 5 – Colorado Mesa, 9:30, G-206
     • April 10 – Cal State East Bay, 9:45, G-206
     • April 12 – Central Washington, 9:45, S-201
     • April 12 – Northern Arizona University, 11:10, S-201
     • April 13 – Ritsumeikan APU, 8:10, J-6
     • April 13 – San Diego State University, 8:15, G-204
     • April 13 – CSU Pueblo, 2:00, G-204
Off Campus Events:
     Most Likely to Succeed has been called by some the best documentary about education ever made. It presents a vision of the kinds of teaching and learning that will prepare kids for what Tony Wager, co-author of the book Most Likely to Succeed and The Global Achievement Gap, calls the “Innovation Era.” They will be hosting a film screening event on: Tuesday, April 4th, 2017 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM The Salvation Amry Kroc Center Hawaii 91-3257 Kualaka’I Parkway Ewa Beach, HI 96706 If you are interested, RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/island-pacific-academy-presents-most-likely-to-succeed-tickets-32577305598
     University of Alabama will be having a special reception where students will engage in and experience University tradition, campus spirit and student life at the Capstone. Sunday April 9th, 2017 4:00 p.m. Ala Moana Hotel 410 Atkinson Drive Honolulu, HI 96814 Please RSVP by March 31st by going to gobama.ua.edu/honolulu-reception
New Scholarships are in!
     • Centennial of Diamond Head Lighthouse – Oahu Art Contest 2017 (available for ALL grade levels)
     • Longs Senior Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • Save-A-Life-Enhance-A-Life (AVID seniors only)
     • Gustav Hannemann and Faiaso Soliai Hannemann Leadership Awards (available for only 12th graders)
     • Hui Makaala Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • Holomua Elementary Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • Foodland’s Shop for Higher Education Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College & Career Center, Room SH-213, for more information.
__________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Friday, March 31, 2017
#140
 
General:
Graduation 2017 deadlines are listed below:
     GENERAL DEADLINES
     • May 12 -- Last day of classroom instruction.
     • May 12 @ 3 p.m. --Students must be PASSING ALL REQUIRED COURSES in order to participate in the graduation ceremony
     • May 17 @ 4 p.m. -- Financial obligations must be cleared in order to participate in the ceremony
     GRAD PRACTICES
     • May 15, 16, & 18 -- Practice @ school (Periods 1 & 2)
     • May 17 -- Practice @ Aloha Stadium (Periods 1, 2, & 3) (Students are bussed to Aloha Stadium and NO student is allowed to drive on his/her own.) --- Ann Tanaka
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until April 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
Need a prom dress? Come to A-7 in the front office and check it out! Project Grad 2017 is offering new or gently used prom dresses for $10. Hurry, come on down to look at dresses while they are available. ----- Rowena Martinez
Seniors! The senior shot out videos to be played prior to graduation at the stadium, will be shot in Murasaki's room in D-306 every day at lunch from 3/29-4/5. Prepare a 15 second message solo or with a senior friend of gratitude, see Saber Media if you have any questions. --- Kim Virtudazo
Seniors! The absolute last day to purchase your cap and gown online is Friday, March 31st. If you haven't purchased one, do it by the deadline or YOU WILL NOT PARTICIPATE IN THE GRADUATION CEREMONY. Contact Virtudazo, Komatsu or Nakama if you have any questions. --- Kim Virtudazo
Senior Prom table sign-ups will run from Wednesday, March 29th to Wednesday, April 5th in D305 during lunch. There will be 12 seats per table. Its first come, first served so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Cap and Gown pick-up date has changed to Tuesday, April 11th during first and second period. Students will come down with their first period. If you don't have a first period, come during second period to pick up. --- Kim Virtudazo
Students attending Jr. Prom, to help long line for pictures on prom night move quicker, do your part and be prepared and ready to go, by knowing what you want and having your payment ready!!!! If you want information on picture packages come to D106 during lunch or after school to get a flyer. --- Tracie Koide
Hey Huskies! Are you interested in being a part of the Class of 2020 student council? We currently have 4 Class Representative positions open for Huskies who want take on a leadership position next year! Please come to sign up for an interview in room P28 during non-class hours to sign up for a 10 minute interview. The deadline to sign up will be Thursday, April 6. If you have any questions, feel free to ask Mr. Lizardo (Advisor), Kaya I (President), or Mara G (Vice-President). Husky pride! --- Lord Ryan Lizardo
E-School Summer Registration: Want to take a summer school class in the comfort of your own home? Register for a class via E-School beginning May 8th. Please visit the E-School website (eschool.k12.hi.us) and read requirements that you will need prior to registering. There is a $95.00 fee for 1/2 credit courses. On the day of registration please take note of the website you will need to register on. Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 E-School Registration: If you'd like to register for an E-School course (it's FREE!) for Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 please complete the E-School Student Agreement form electronically and submit it to Mrs. N. Young in A-9 by April 18th. You may get the Student Agreement forms from your counselor. Forms that are not completed electronically will be returned to you. You cannot use a Yahoo or school issued Gmail account. Will you be an IB student next year? Here's another option to earn your Participation in Democracy and Modern Hawaiian History credit. AVID students . . . take your Health course via E-School. --- Nellwyne Young
It's that time of year again when the State Employees hold their annual can food drive. Student Association will be holding a can food drive from April 3 - 21, 2017. Monetary donations are also accepted. There will be both a class competition and club competition. All donations will be donated to the Hawaii Food Bank. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
Imagine...one year from now, you could be flying to Paris on an exciting Spring Break adventure to experience the history and culture of the "City of Light". Come with us as we visit the Louvre, Eiffel Tower, Versailles, Normandy and more! Want more information about the itinerary and cost? See Mrs. Hashimoto (D-310), Mrs. Larriva (P-18), or Mrs. Belding (P-42) during non-class hours. --- Jennifer Hashimoto
Students that signed up to be in the Academy of Health Sciences next year... If you are still interested in attending the field trip on April 7th to Kapi’olani Community College's Health "E" Fair, please bring in your forms and money to A-21 as soon as possible. If you need a form, you can also pick one up from A-21. Space is limited and will be filled on a first come, first serve basis. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Hosino or Dr. Pasalo in A-21. --- April Hosino
Attention students: If you are interested in joining student association, we currently are taking applications for director positions. Please inquire in G-107 during non-class hours. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
 
Clubs:
To all Students: Interested in starting a club? Please stop by G-107 during non-class hours to pick up a charter club packet. You must have a faculty member as your advisor, complete the charter packet, have a constitution, and be an extension of the classroom or standards/common core based. All new and existing clubs must submit a new charter each year to be considered by administration to be a school sanctioned club. Packets will be available from April 03, 2017 and last day to submit completed charter packets is April 20, 2017 by 2:30 p.m. to G-107. --- Student Activities
Anime club: There will be a mandatory meeting on Friday, 3/31 at 2:30PM. We will have a cosplay showcase. We will also be discussing Kawaii Kon, Meet and Greet with Ewa Makai's Anime Club and Club Election for next school year. --- Karly Kanehiro & Michael Bearis
 
Sports:
Calling all cheerleaders! James Campbell High School will be hosting cheer tryouts on March 28th-31st in the cafeteria. The tryout packet can be found at www.jchscheer.shutterfly.com and if you have further questions, please email Coach Catherine at chao@campbell.k12.hi.us. Go Sabers! --- Catherine Chao
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Please turn in college acceptances and scholarship awards to the Career & College Center SH-213.
Upcoming Presentations:
     • April 3 – UC Irvine, 9:45, G-206
     • April 3 – Linfield (Athletes only), 8:15, G-206
     • April 5 – Johnson & Wales University, 8:30, J-1
     • April 5 – Colorado Mesa, 9:30, G-206
Off Campus Presentations:
     University of Alabama will be having a special reception where students will engage in and experience University tradition, campus spirit and student life at the Capstone. Sunday April 9th, 2017 4:00 p.m. Ala Moana Hotel 410 Atkinson Drive Honolulu, HI 96814 Please RSVP by March 31st by going to gobama.ua.edu/honolulu-reception
     Punahou School JROTC will host the Military Academy Admissions and ROTC Scholarship Information Fair. Learn more about how to apply to Military Service Academies or receive the latest information on Arm and Air Force ROTC scholarship opportunities. The program is free to attend! Wednesday, April 12, 2017 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Punahou School, Cooke Library 1601 Punahou St., Honolulu, HI 96822
New Scholarships are in!
     • Centennial of Diamond Head Lighthouse – Oahu Art Contest 2017 (available for ALL grade levels)
     • Longs Senior Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • Save-A-Life-Enhance-A-Life (AVID seniors only)
     • Gustav Hannemann and Faiaso Soliai Hannemann Leadership Awards (available for only 12th graders)
     • Hui Makaala Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • Holomua Elementary Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • Foodland’s Shop for Higher Education Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College & Career Center, Room SH-213, for more information.
__________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Thursday, March 30, 2017
#139
 
General:
Graduation 2017 deadlines are listed below:
     GENERAL DEADLINES
      • May 12 -- Last day of classroom instruction.
      • May 12 @ 3 p.m. --Students must be PASSING ALL REQUIRED COURSES in order to participate in the graduation ceremony
      • May 17 @ 4 p.m. -- Financial obligations must be cleared in order to participate in the ceremony GRAD PRACTICES       • May 15, 16, & 18 -- Practice @ school (Periods 1 & 2)
      • May 17 -- Practice @ Aloha Stadium (Periods 1, 2, & 3) (Students are bussed to Aloha Stadium and NO student is allowed to drive on his/her own.) --- Ann Tanaka
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until April 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
Need a prom dress? Come to A-7 in the front office and check it out! Project Grad 2017 is offering new or gently used prom dresses for $10. Hurry, come on down to look at dresses while they are available. ----- Rowena Martinez
Seniors! The senior shot out videos to be played prior to graduation at the stadium, will be shot in Murasaki's room in D-306 every day at lunch from 3/29-4/5. Prepare a 15 second message solo or with a senior friend of gratitude, see Saber Media if you have any questions. --- Kim Virtudazo
Seniors! The absolute last day to purchase your cap and gown online is Friday, March 31st. If you haven't purchased one, do it by the deadline or YOU WILL NOT PARTICIPATE IN THE GRADUATION CEREMONY. Contact Virtudazo, Komatsu or Nakama if you have any questions. --- Kim Virtudazo
Senior Prom table sign-ups will run from Wednesday, March 29th to Wednesday, April 5th in D305 during lunch. There will be 12 seats per table. Its first come, first served so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Senior parent night will be on Thursday, March 30th at 6:00 p.m. in the gym. Come for information on project graduation, college and career, graduation practices, graduation and more. This is our final parent night so see you there! --- Kim Virtudazo
Cap and Gown pick-up date has changed to Tuesday, April 11th during first and second period. Students will come down with their first period. If you don't have a first period, come during second period to pick up. --- Kim Virtudazo
Students attending Jr. Prom, to help long line for pictures on prom night move quicker, do your part and be prepared and ready to go, by knowing what you want and having your payment ready!!!! If you want information on picture packages come to D106 during lunch or after school to get a flyer. --- Tracie Koide
Hey Huskies! Are you interested in being a part of the Class of 2020 student council? We currently have 4 Class Representative positions open for Huskies who want take on a leadership position next year! Please come to sign up for an interview in room P28 during non-class hours to sign up for a 10 minute interview. The deadline to sign up will be Thursday, April 6. If you have any questions, feel free to ask Mr. Lizardo (Advisor), Kaya Ishimine (President), or Mara Galeai (Vice-President). Husky pride! --- Lord Ryan Lizardo
E-School Summer Registration: Want to take a summer school class in the comfort of your own home? Register for a class via E-School beginning May 8th. Please visit the E-School website (eschool.k12.hi.us) and read requirements that you will need prior to registering. There is a $95.00 fee for 1/2 credit courses. On the day of registration please take note of the website you will need to register on. Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 E-School Registration: If you'd like to register for an E-School course (it's FREE!) for Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 please complete the E-School Student Agreement form electronically and submit it to Mrs. N. Young in A-9 by April 18th. You may get the Student Agreement forms from your counselor. Forms that are not completed electronically will be returned to you. You cannot use a Yahoo or school issued Gmail account. Will you be an IB student next year? Here's another option to earn your Participation in Democracy and Modern Hawaiian History credit. AVID students . . . take your Health course via E-School. --- Nellwyne Young
Imagine...one year from now, you could be flying to Paris on an exciting Spring Break adventure to experience the history and culture of the "City of Light". Come with us as we visit the Louvre, Eiffel Tower, Versailles, Normandy and more! Want more information about the itinerary and cost? See Mrs. Hashimoto (D-310), Mrs. Larriva (P-18), or Mrs. Belding (P-42) during non-class hours. --- Jennifer Hashimoto
Students that signed up to be in the Academy of Health Sciences next year... If you are still interested in attending the field trip on April 7th to Kapi’olani Community College's Health "E" Fair, please bring in your forms and money to A-21 as soon as possible. If you need a form, you can also pick one up from A-21. Space is limited and will be filled on a first come, first serve basis. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Hosino or Dr. Pasalo in A-21. --- April Hosino
Attention students: If you are interested in joining student association, we currently are taking applications for director positions. Please inquire in G-107 during non-class hours. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
 
Clubs:
To all Students: Interested in starting a club? Please stop by G-107 during non-class hours to pick up a charter club packet. You must have a faculty member as your advisor, complete the charter packet, have a constitution, and be an extension of the classroom or standards/common core based. All new and existing clubs must submit a new charter each year to be considered by administration to be a school sanctioned club. Packets will be available from April 03, 2017 and last day to submit completed charter packets is April 20, 2017 by 2:30 p.m. to G-107. --- Student Activities
Anime club: There will be a mandatory meeting on Friday, 3/31 at 2:30PM. We will have a cosplay showcase. We will also be discussing Kawaii Kon, Meet and Greet with Ewa Makai's Anime Club and Club Election for next school year. --- Karly Kanehiro & Michael Bearis
DECA Meeting Dates: March 30, 2017 - Thursday Time: 2:30-3:00 p.m. Place: P-38 The DECA Chapter meetings for the Month of April will be on Tuesday and Thursday in P-38 from 2:30-3:00 p.m. If you are in the Business Pathway and completed the Business Core class, Accounting, Marketing, and Economics, and will be graduating this year, please see me to reserve your cords and further details. If you’re currently employed for this semester, please provide a letter of confirmation with the Company's logo and signed by your supervisor for your Cooperative-Education credit. Please check the JCHS Registration Guide for info. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports:
Calling all cheerleaders! James Campbell High School will be hosting cheer tryouts on March 28th-31st in the cafeteria. The tryout packet can be found at www.jchscheer.shutterfly.com and if you have further questions, please email Coach Catherine at chao@campbell.k12.hi.us. Go Sabers! --- Catherine Chao
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Please turn in college acceptances and scholarship awards to the Career & College Center SH-213.
Upcoming Presentations:
     April 3 – UC Irvine, 9:45, G-206
     April 3 – Linfield (Athletes only), 8:15, G-206
     April 5 – Johnson & Wales University, 8:30, J-1
     April 5 – Colorado Mesa, 9:30, G-206
Off Campus Presentations:
     • University of Alabama will be having a special reception where students will engage in and experience University tradition, campus spirit and student life at the Capstone. Sunday April 9th, 2017 4:00 p.m. Ala Moana Hotel 410 Atkinson Drive Honolulu, HI 96814 Please RSVP by March 31st by going to gobama.ua.edu/honolulu-reception
     • Punahou School JROTC will host the Military Academy Admissions and ROTC Scholarship Information Fair. Learn more about how to apply to Military Service Academies or receive the latest information on Arm and Air Force ROTC scholarship opportunities. The program is free to attend! Wednesday, April 12, 2017 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Punahou School, Cooke Library 1601 Punahou St., Honolulu, HI 96822
New Scholarships are in!
     • Centennial of Diamond Head Lighthouse – Oahu Art Contest 2017 (available for ALL grade levels)
     • Longs Senior Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • Save-A-Life-Enhance-A-Life (AVID seniors only)
     • Gustav Hannemann and Faiaso Soliai Hannemann Leadership Awards (available for only 12th graders)
     • Hui Makaala Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • Holomua Elementary Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • Foodland’s Shop for Higher Education Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College & Career Center, Room SH-213, for more information.
 
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James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
#138
 
General:
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until April 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
Need a prom dress? Come to A-7 in the front office and check it out! Project Grad 2017 is offering new or gently used prom dresses for $10. Hurry, come on down to look at dresses while they are available. ----- Rowena Martinez
Seniors! The senior shot out videos to be played prior to graduation at the stadium, will be shot in Murasaki's room in D-306 every day at lunch from 3/29-4/5. Prepare a 15 second message solo or with a senior friend of gratitude, see Saber Media if you have any questions. --- Kim Virtudazo
Seniors! The absolute last day to purchase your cap and gown online is Friday, March 31st. If you haven't purchased one, do it by the deadline or YOU WILL NOT PARTICIPATE IN THE GRADUATION CEREMONY. Contact Virtudazo, Komatsu or Nakama if you have any questions. --- Kim Virtudazo
Senior Prom table sign-ups will run from Wednesday, March 29th to Wednesday, April 5th in D305 during lunch. There will be 12 seats per table. Its first come, first served so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Senior parent night will be on Thursday, March 30th at 6:00 p.m. in the gym. Come for information on project graduation, college and career, graduation practices, graduation and more. This is our final parent night so see you there! --- Kim Virtudazo
Cap and Gown pick-up date has changed to Tuesday, April 11th during first and second period. Students will come down with their first period. If you don't have a first period, come during second period to pick up. --- Kim Virtudazo
Students attending Jr. Prom, to help long line for pictures on prom night move quicker, do your part and be prepared and ready to go, by knowing what you want and having your payment ready!!!! If you want information on picture packages come to D106 during lunch or after school to get a flyer. --- Tracie Koide
E-School Summer Registration: Want to take a summer school class in the comfort of your own home? Register for a class via E-School beginning May 8th. Please visit the E-School website (eschool.k12.hi.us) and read requirements that you will need prior to registering. There is a $95.00 fee for 1/2 credit courses. On the day of registration please take note of the website you will need to register on. Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 E-School Registration: If you'd like to register for an E-School course (it's FREE!) for Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 please complete the E-School Student Agreement form electronically and submit it to Mrs. N. Young in A-9 by April 18th. You may get the Student Agreement forms from your counselor. Forms that are not completed electronically will be returned to you. You cannot use a Yahoo or school issued Gmail account. Will you be an IB student next year? Here's another option to earn your Participation in Democracy and Modern Hawaiian History credit. AVID students . . . take your Health course via E-School. --- Nellwyne Young
Imagine...one year from now, you could be flying to Paris on an exciting Spring Break adventure to experience the history and culture of the "City of Light". Come with us as we visit the Louvre, Eiffel Tower, Versailles, Normandy and more! Want more information about the itinerary and cost? See Mrs. Hashimoto (D-310), Mrs. Larriva (P-18), or Mrs. Belding (P-42) during non-class hours. --- Jennifer Hashimoto
Students that signed up to be in the Academy of Health Sciences next year... If you are still interested in attending the field trip on April 7th to Kapi’olani Community College's Health "E" Fair, please bring in your forms and money to A-21 as soon as possible. If you need a form, you can also pick one up from A-21. Space is limited and will be filled on a first come, first serve basis. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Hosino or Dr. Pasalo in A-21. --- April Hosino
Attention students: If you are interested in joining student association, we currently are taking applications for director positions. Please inquire in G-107 during non-class hours. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
• Congratulations to the following student who were elected into office for the 2017-2018 school year (see printed bulletin for names)
 
Clubs:
Aloha JCHS Hikers, There is no meeting this Wednesday. Next (mandatory) informational meeting is Wednesday, April 5th for those planning to go on the upcoming hike scheduled for April 8th to Kuli’ou’ou. If you are participating in the hike, remember to submit your field trip papers by this Wednesday, March 29 by 1:30 pm. Only the first 25 registrants will be going due to the limited number of chaperones. Agenda for next week's meeting include the following: Information regarding Kuli’ou’ou hike and "The Hiker's Attire and Backpack for a Day Hike." The final hike for the school year is on Saturday, May 13th. --- Sherry Cassetta
 
Sports:
Calling all cheerleaders! James Campbell High School will be hosting cheer tryouts on March 28th-31st in the cafeteria. The tryout packet can be found at www.jchscheer.shutterfly.com and if you have further questions, please email Coach Catherine at chao@campbell.k12.hi.us. Go Sabers! --- Catherine Chao
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Please turn in college acceptances and scholarship awards to the Career & College Center SH-213.
Upcoming Presentations:
     • April 3 – UC Irvine, 9:45, G-206
     • April 3 – Linfield (Athletes only), 8:15, G-206
     • April 5 – Johnson & Wales University, 8:30, J-1
     • April 5 – Colorado Mesa, 9:30, G-206
     • April 10 – Cal State East Bay, 9:45, G-206  
     • April 12 – Central Washington, 9:45, S-201  
     • April 12 – Northern Arizona University, 11:10, S-201
     • April 13 – San Diego State University, 8:15, G-204
     • April 13 – CSU Pueblo, 2:00, G-204
Off Campus Presentations:
     University of Alabama will be having a special reception where students will engage in and experience University tradition, campus spirit and student life at the Capstone. Sunday April 9th, 2017 4:00 p.m. Ala Moana Hotel 410 Atkinson Drive Honolulu, HI 96814 Please RSVP by March 31st by going to gobama.ua.edu/honolulu-reception
     Punahou School JROTC will host the Military Academy Admissions and ROTC Scholarship Information Fair. Learn more about how to apply to Military Service Academies or receive the latest information on Arm and Air Force ROTC scholarship opportunities. The program is free to attend! Wednesday, April 12, 2017 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Punahou School, Cooke Library 1601 Punahou St., Honolulu, HI 96822
New Scholarships are in!
     • Centennial of Diamond Head Lighthouse – Oahu Art Contest 2017 (available for ALL grade levels)
     • Longs Senior Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • Save-A-Life-Enhance-A-Life (AVID seniors only)
     • Gustav Hannemann and Faiaso Soliai Hannemann Leadership Awards (available for only 12th graders)
     • Hui Makaala Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • Holomua Elementary Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • Foodland’s Shop for Higher Education Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College & Career Center, Room SH-213, for more information. 
_______________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Tuesday, March 28, 2017
#137
 
General:
Seniors! The absolute last day to purchase your cap and gown online is Friday, March 31st. If you haven't purchased one, do it by the deadline or YOU WILL NOT PARTICIPATE IN THE GRADUATION CEREMONY. Contact Virtudazo, Komatsu or Nakama if you have any questions. --- Kim Virtudazo
Senior Prom table sign-ups will run from Wednesday, March 29th to Wednesday, April 5th in D305 during lunch. There will be 12 seats per table. It's first come, first served so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Senior parent night will be on Thursday, March 30th at 6:00 p.m. in the gym. Come for information on project graduation, college and career, graduation practices, graduation and more. This is our final parent night so see you there! --- Kim Virtudazo
Cap and Gown pick-up date has changed to Tuesday, April 11th during first and second period. Students will come down with their first period. If you don't have a first period, come during second period to pick up. --- Kim Virtudazo
Students attending Jr. Prom, to help long line for pictures on prom night move quicker, do your part and be prepared and ready to go, by knowing what you want and having your payment ready!!!! If you want information on picture packages come to D106 during lunch or after school to get a flyer. --- Tracie Koide
Imagine...one year from now, you could be flying to Paris on an exciting Spring Break adventure to experience the history and culture of the "City of Light". Come with us as we visit the Louvre, Eiffel Tower, Versailles, Normandy and more! Want more information about the itinerary and cost? See Mrs. Hashimoto (D-310), Mrs. Larriva (P-18), or Mrs. Belding (P-42) during non-class hours. --- Jennifer Hashimoto
Students that signed up to be in the Academy of Health Sciences next year... If you are still interested in attending the field trip on April 7th to Kapiolani Community College's Health "E" Fair, please bring in your forms and money to A-21 as soon as possible. If you need a form, you can also pick one up from A-21. Space is limited and will be filled on a first come, first serve basis. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Hosino or Dr. Pasalo in A-21. --- April Hosino
Attention students: If you are interested in joining student association, we currently are taking applications for director positions. Please inquire in G-107 during non-class hours. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
• Congratulations to the following student who were elected into office for the 2017-2018 school year (please see printed bulletin for names)
 
Clubs: *** No Announcements***
 
Sports:
Calling all cheerleaders! James Campbell High School will be hosting cheer tryouts on March 28th-31st in the cafeteria. The tryout packet can be found at www.jchscheer.shutterfly.com and if you have further questions, please email Coach Catherine at chao@campbell.k12.hi.us. Go Sabers! --- Catherine Chao
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Please turn in college acceptances and scholarship awards to the Career & College Center SH-213.
Upcoming Presentations:
     April 3 – UC Irvine, 9:45, G-206
     April 3 – Linfield, 8:15, TBA
     April 5 – Johnson & Wales University, 8:30, J-1
     April 5 – Colorado Mesa, 9:30, G-206
Off Campus Presentations:
     University of Alabama will be having a special reception where students will engage in and experience University tradition, campus spirit and student life at the Capstone. Sunday April 9th, 2017 4:00 p.m. Ala Moana Hotel 410 Atkinson Drive Honolulu, HI 96814 Please RSVP by March 31st by going to gobama.ua.edu/honolulu-reception
     Punahou School JROTC will host the Military Academy Admissions and ROTC Scholarship Information Fair. Learn more about how to apply to Military Service Academies or receive the latest information on Arm and Air Force ROTC scholarship opportunities. The program is free to attend! Wednesday, April 12, 2017 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Punahou School, Cooke Library 1601 Punahou St., Honolulu, HI 96822
New Scholarships are in!
     • Centennial of Diamond Head Lighthouse – Oahu Art Contest 2017 (available for ALL grade levels)
     • Longs Senior Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • Save-A-Life-Enhance-A-Life (AVID seniors only)
     • Gustav Hannemann and Faiaso Soliai Hannemann Leadership Awards (available for only 12th graders)
     • Hui Makaala Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • Holomua Elementary Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • Foodland’s Shop for Higher Education Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
• Summer Programs:
     • Carnegie Mellon Summer Pre-College Programs: Due Date: April 1st, 2017
     • High School Summer Scholars Program Washington University in St. Louis: Due Date: April 1st, 2017
     • Rhode Island School of Design Pre-College: Due Date: April 14th, 2017
More Summer Programs are available at the Career & College Center at Saber Hall SH-213!
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College & Career Center, Room SH-213, for more information.  
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James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Thursday, March 16, 2017
#135
 
General:
Senior Prom table sign-ups will run from Wednesday, March 29th to Wednesday, April 5th in D305 during lunch. There will be 12 seats per table. It's first come, first served so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Senior parent night will be on Thursday, March 30th at 6:00 p.m. in the gym. Come for information on project graduation, college and career, graduation practices, graduation and more. This is out final parent night so see you there! --- Kim Virtudazo
Cap and Gown pick-up date has changed to Tuesday, April 11th during first and second period. Students will come down with their first period. If you don't have a first period, come during second period to pick up. --- Kim Virtudazo
Students attending Jr. Prom, to help long line for pictures on prom night move quicker, do your part and be prepared and ready to go, by knowing what you want and having your payment ready!!!! If you want information on picture packages come to D106 during lunch or after school to get a flyer. --- Tracie Koide
Juniors, ring orders will take place during lunch on March 16th. Order forms were passed out during parent night and are still available for pick up in D106, Ms. Koide's room. Don't miss out on your opportunity to order a class ring. --- Geraldine Valencia
Freshman and Sophomore Banquet is THIS SUNDAY: March 19. REMINDERS:
     • Where: Hawaii Okinawa Center 94-587 Ukee St, Waipahu, 96797 and transportation is on your own.
     • When: Check-in starts at 5:00pm and students should be picked up by 10:30pm.
     • Students MUST show an ID to be checked in and have paid for a bid.
     • This is a closed event - only JCHS 9th and 10th grade students were allowed to purchase bids.
     • The Semi-Formal dress code will be enforced so review page 35 of your student planner.
     • NO athletic shoes are allowed for males or females, no matter if they are solid-colored, students MUST wear appropriate dress shoes.
     • No jeans or shorts
Lifetouch photography will be available - you can stop by D309 to pick up photo package information, you will need to submit payment at the banquet. If you have questions, speak to any of the Class of 2019 Council members or see Mrs. Archibald in S101 or Mrs. Aceret-Cruz in D309. --- Carrie Archibald
Don't forget that council elections for 2017-2018 will be held on Thursday, March 16, 2017 during lunch only in room G-107. In order to vote, you must be obligation free, paid dues for all years at JCHS, be in an official JCHS dress top or college shirt and have a valid picture I.D. See at the polls. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
Imagine...one year from now, you could be flying to Paris on an exciting Spring Break adventure to experience the history and culture of the "City of Light". Come with us as we visit the Louvre, Eiffel Tower, Versailles, Normandy and more! Want more information about the itinerary and cost? See Mrs. Hashimoto (D-310), Mrs. Larriva (P-18), or Mrs. Belding (P-42) during non-class hours. --- Jennifer Hashimoto
Reminder: if want to apply for the Early College Program for next year you must complete and submit your UH college application by March 16th. Once you have submitted the form please see Mr. Yamashiro or Mr. Char. --- Greg Char
Any Freshmen and Sophomores that signed up to be in the Academy of Health Sciences and would like participate in Kapiolani Community College's Health Career Fair on April 7th, please come to see Dr. Pasalo or Ms. Hosino in A-21 for a field trip form. Space is very limited and spaces will be reserved on a first come, first serve basis. --- April Hosino
 
Clubs:
Anime club: We will be holding a meeting after school in D-102 at 3PM on Friday. We will discussing upcoming elections for officers, and updates for Kawaii Kon. See you there! --- Karly Kanehiro
DECA Meeting Date: March 16, Thursday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. We are opening up to all students who are interested in joining the DECA Club (website: deca.org). If you are enrolled in a Business Career Pathway, Marketing, Accounting, Business Economics, Business Law, Business Principles and Management, for 2017-18, please join us in meeting with our Officers/members on Tuesday and Thursday from 2:30-3:00 p.m. We are also seeking anyone who are interested in running for Chapter Officers. Please join in on our regular meetings and make a difference. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports:
Calling all cheerleaders! James Campbell High School will be hosting cheer tryouts on March 28th-31st in the cafeteria. The tryout packet can be found at www.jchscheer.shutterfly.com and if you have further questions, please email Coach Catherine at chao@campbell.k12.hi.us. Go Sabers! --- Catherine Chao
 
Transition Center Information:
Calling all Big Brothers. The Big Brother Big Sister (BBBS) "BIGS Program" is looking for volunteers!! "Bigs" is a School-Based Mentoring Program for high school age students to be paired with a little brother or little sister at Kaimiloa Elementary. The program asks Bigs to devote about an hour to an hour 15 minutes per week for at least one entire school year.
     Who can apply: 9 - 11 grade Boy students
     Days: Every Monday Time: 2:30pm - 3:00/3:15pm
If interested please see the Transition Center in A-8.
Construction Academy Summer 2017: Honolulu Community College Construction Academy Summer Program engages students in activities to help strengthen work-readiness skills through a construction-based learning environment. Students participating in the summer program for the first-time will registered in a non-credit course, Exploring the Trades, to learn about various trades, including Small Vessel Fabrication and Repair (MARR), Carpentry Technology (CARP), Sheet Metal and Plastics Technology (SMP) and Welding Technology (WELD).
     Who can apply: Students entering the 10-12 and 2017 high school graduates
     Cost: Free, however, students are required to provide hard soled shoes.
     Start Date: June 5, 2017 - July 7, 2017 | Monday - Friday | 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
     How to apply: Contact the Construction Academy @ (808) 842-2588
     Application Deadline: March 17, 2017
Hawaii High School Automotive Academy: The Hawaii High School Auto Academy targets high school students interested in the automotive industry in which they participate in an unpaid internship at a Cutter dealership in the mornings, then attend classes at Honolulu CC in the afternoon, five days a week for six weeks. Upon successful completion of the program the students will receive four college credits towards and Associates of Applied Science degree in Automotive Technology.
     Who can apply: Juniors (11) and Seniors (12)
     Program Dates: June 13, 2017 - July 21, 2017
     Requirements: Must have driver's license by June 13, 2017
If interested in the program please email autoacad@hawaii.edu for information and application.
 
College & Career Center Information:
Please turn in college acceptances and scholarship awards to the Career & College Center SH-213.
Today’s Presentation:
     March 16 – Next Step for UH Manoa (students who are accepted into UH Manoa only), 9:30 in G-103 and at 11:30 in S-205
Upcoming Presentations:
     April 3 – UC Irvine, 9:45, G-206  
     April 5 – Johnson & Wales University, 8:30, J-1
     April 5 – Colorado Mesa, 9:30, G-206
Off Campus Presentations:
     University of Alabama will be having a special reception where students will engage in and experience University tradition, campus spirit and student life at the Capstone. Sunday April 9th, 2017 4:00 p.m. Ala Moana Hotel 410 Atkinson Drive Honolulu, HI 96814 Please RSVP by March 31st by going to gobama.ua.edu/honolulu-reception
Scholarships Deadlines:
     • Kiewet Scholarship – 03/16/17 (available for only 12th graders)
     • Ewa Elementary School Scholarship – 03/17/17 (available for only 12th graders)
     • JCHS PSTA Scholarship – 03/17/17 (available for only 12th graders)
     • Kaimiloa Elementary Scholarship – 03/17/17 (available for only 12th graders)
     • Hui O’Wahine Scholarship – 03/17/17 (available for only 12th graders)
Summer Programs:
     • Carnegie Mellon Summer Pre-College Programs: Due Date: April 1st, 2017
     • High School Summer Scholars Program Washington University in St. Louis: Due Date: April 1st, 2017
     • Rhode Island School of Design Pre-College: Due Date: April 14th, 2017
More Summer Programs are available at the Career & College Center at Saber Hall SH-213!
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College & Career Center, Room SH-213, for more information. 
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James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
#134
 
General:
Senior Prom table sign-ups will run from Wednesday, March 29th to Wednesday, April 5th in D305 during lunch. There will be 12 seats per table. It's first come, first served so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Senior parent night will be on Thursday, March 30th at 6:00 p.m. in the gym. Come for information on project graduation, college and career, graduation practices, graduation and more. This is out final parent night so see you there! --- Kim Virtudazo
Cap and Gown pick-up date has changed to Tuesday, April 11th during first and second period. Students will come down with their first period. If you don't have a first period, come during second period to pick up. --- Kim Virtudazo
Juniors, ring orders will take place during lunch on March 15th and 16th. Order forms were passed out during parent night and are still available for pick up in D106, Ms. Koide's room. Don't miss out on your opportunity to order a class ring. --- Geraldine Valencia
Freshman and Sophomore Banquet is THIS SUNDAY: March 19. REMINDERS:
     • Where: Hawaii Okinawa Center 94-587 Ukee St, Waipahu, 96797 and transportation is on your own.
     • When: Check-in starts at 5:00pm and students should be picked up by 10:30pm.
     • Students MUST show an ID to be checked in and have paid for a bid.
     • This is a closed event - only JCHS 9th and 10th grade students were allowed to purchase bids.
     • The Semi-Formal dress code will be enforced so review page 35 of your student planner.
     • NO athletic shoes are allowed for males or females, no matter if they are solid-colored, students MUST wear appropriate dress shoes.
     • No jeans or shorts
Lifetouch photography will be available - you can stop by D309 to pick up photo package information, you will need to submit payment at the banquet. If you have questions, speak to any of the Class of 2019 Council members or see Mrs. Archibald in S101 or Mrs. Aceret-Cruz in D309. --- Carrie Archibald
Don't forget that council elections for 2017-2018 will be held on Thursday, March 16, 2017 during lunch only in room G-107. In order to vote, you must be obligation free, paid dues for all years at JCHS, be in an official JCHS dress top or college shirt and have a valid picture I.D. See at the polls. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
Imagine...one year from now, you could be flying to Paris on an exciting Spring Break adventure to experience the history and culture of the "City of Light". Come with us as we visit the Louvre, Eiffel Tower, Versailles, Normandy and more! Want more information about the itinerary and cost? See Mrs. Hashimoto (D-310), Mrs. Larriva (P-18), or Mrs. Belding (P-42) during non-class hours. --- Jennifer Hashimoto
Reminder: if want to apply for the Early College Program for next year you must complete and submit your UH college application by March 16th. Once you have submitted the form please see Mr. Yamashiro or Mr. Char. --- Greg Char
Any Freshmen and Sophomores that signed up to be in the Academy of Health Sciences and would like participate in Kapiolani Community College's Health Career Fair on April 7th, please come to see Dr. Pasalo or Ms. Hosino in A-21 for a field trip form. Space is very limited and spaces will be reserved on a first come, first serve basis. --- April Hosino
HISTORY DAY: Congratulations to our James Campbell High School Social Studies Students who, in this past weekend’s Leeward History Day Fair, qualified to compete in next month’s State History Day Competition: (Performance)
     • Kymia T & Seijayne M A War Between Sisters (Documentary)
     • Katherine Y & Esther P Go For Broke! Japanese Americans Battling Two Fronts
     • Shawncy C, Rhyanne J & Keona B A Stand for Culture, The True Navigators
     • Elysia C Don Haskins: Taking A Stand In History (Website)
     • Maile M The 100th Battalion & 442nd Regimental Combat Team: Taking a stand for the Japanese in America
     • Dallas B Ghandi's Salt March
     • Ashley A, Tre C, & Athena P "The Abolition Sisters' Take on Slavery: Sarah and Angelina Grimke (Historical Paper)
     • Mara G Queen Lili'uokalani: Taking a Stand Against U.S. Powers
     • Renaecia G Taking a Stand in History
     • Jazryn N - "The Ku Klux Klan's Rise to Power" (Paper) (Exhibit)
     • Alexander C Lewis Hine: Taking A Stand Against America's Child Labor
     • Danielle M & Elizabeth W Shirley C
The students swept the Documentary, Website and Historical Paper Categories! Congratulations also to their teachers Ms. Jennifer Hashimoto, Ms. Dawn Tuifua, Mr. John Santiago, Mr. Wade Murasaki and Mr. Rene’ Obena). Good Job Sabers! --- Social Studies Dept.
 
Clubs:
JCHS Hikers, Congratulations to our newly elected JCHS Hikers officers for SY 17-18. Please come and meet them at our next meeting this Wednesday, March 15, 2017 in D206. Topics for the meeting include the following topics: Information about the ideal attire for a day hiker such as yourself and food ideas to pack for our hikes. The field trip form for the Saturday, April 8th to Kuliouou Ridge is ready for pick up. The hike is limited to the first 30 registrants. Please note that the April hike is on the same day as Junior Prom. The mandatory Informational Meeting for the Kuliouou hike is Wednesday, April 5th. --- Sherry Cassetta
DECA Meeting Date: March 16, Thursday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. We are opening up to all students who are interested in joining the DECA Club (website: deca.org). If you are enrolled in a Business Career Pathway, Marketing, Accounting, Business Economics, Business Law, Business Principles and Management, for 2017-18, please join us in meeting with our Officers/members on Tuesday and Thursday from 2:30-3:00 p.m. We are also seeking anyone who are interested in running for Chapter Officers. Please join in on our regular meetings and make a difference. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information:
Calling all Big Brothers. The Big Brother Big Sister (BBBS) "BIGS Program" is looking for volunteers!! "Bigs" is a School-Based Mentoring Program for high school age students to be paired with a little brother or little sister at Kaimiloa Elementary. The program asks Bigs to devote about an hour to an hour 15 minutes per week for at least one entire school year. Who can apply: 9 - 11 grade Boy students Days: Every Monday Time: 2:30pm - 3:00/3:15pm If interested please see the Transition Center in A-8.
Construction Academy Summer 2017: Honolulu Community College Construction Academy Summer Program engages students in activities to help strengthen work-readiness skills through a construction-based learning environment. Students participating in the summer program for the first-time will registered in a non-credit course, Exploring the Trades, to learn about various trades, including Small Vessel Fabrication and Repair (MARR), Carpentry Technology (CARP), Sheet Metal and Plastics Technology (SMP) and Welding Technology (WELD).
     Who can apply: Students entering the 10-12 and 2017 high school graduates
     Cost: Free, however, students are required to provide hard soled shoes.
     Start Date: June 5, 2017 - July 7, 2017 | Monday - Friday | 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
     How to apply: Contact the Construction Academy @ (808) 842-2588 Application Deadline: March 17, 2017
Hawaii High School Automotive Academy: The Hawaii High School Auto Academy targets high school students interested in the automotive industry in which they participate in an unpaid internship at a Cutter dealership in the mornings, then attend classes at Honolulu CC in the afternoon, five days a week for six weeks. Upon successful completion of the program the students will receive four college credits towards and Associates of Applied Science degree in Automotive Technology.
     Who can apply: Juniors (11) and Seniors (12)
     Program Dates: June 13, 2017 - July 21, 2017
     Requirements: Must have driver's license by June 13, 2017
If interested in the program please email autoacad@hawaii.edu for information and application.
 
College & Career Center Information:
Please turn in college acceptances and scholarship awards to the Career & College Center SH-213.
Upcoming Presentations:
     March 16 -Next Step for UH Manoa (students who are accepted into UH Manoa only), 9:30 in G-103 and at 11:30 in S-205
Scholarships Deadlines:
     • Kiewet Scholarship – 03/16/17 (available for only 12th graders)
     • Ewa Elementary School Scholarship – 03/17/17 (available for only 12th graders)
     • JCHS PSTA Scholarship – 03/17/17 (available for only 12th graders)
     • Kaimiloa Elementary Scholarship – 03/17/17 (available for only 12th graders)
     • Hui O’Wahine Scholarship – 03/17/17 (available for only 12th graders)
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College & Career Center, Room SH-213, for more information. 
____________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
#133
 
General:
Senior Prom table sign-ups will run from Wednesday, March 29th to Wednesday, April 5th in D305 during lunch. There will be 12 seats per table. It's first come, first served so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Senior parent night will be on Thursday, March 30th at 6:00 p.m. in the gym. Come for information on project graduation, college and career, graduation practices, graduation and more. This is out final parent night so see you there! --- Kim Virtudazo
Cap and Gown pick-up date has changed to Tuesday, April 11th during first and second period. Students will come down with their first period. If you don't have a first period, come during second period to pick up. --- Kim Virtudazo
Juniors, ring orders will take place during lunch on March 15th and 16th. Order forms were passed out during parent night and are still available for pick up in D106, Ms. Koide's room. Don't miss out on your opportunity to order a class ring. --- Geraldine Valencia
Table sign-ups for Jr. Prom started on Friday and will continue today and Tuesday during lunch in D106 and after school for 30 minutes. You must have your ID and dress top on. All JCHS juniors must be present to sign up....group sign-ups are encouraged. All students that do not sign up by Tuesday will be assigned a seat. There will be NO changing on seats once a seat is taken. ---Tracie Koide
Freshman and Sophomore Banquet is THIS SUNDAY: March 19. REMINDERS:
     • Where: Hawaii Okinawa Center 94-587 Ukee St, Waipahu, 96797 and transportation is on your own.
     • When: Check-in starts at 5:00pm and students should be picked up by 10:30pm.
     • Students MUST show an ID to be checked in and have paid for a bid.
     • This is a closed event - only JCHS 9th and 10th grade students were allowed to purchase bids.
     • The Semi-Formal dress code will be enforced so review page 35 of your student planner.
     • NO athletic shoes are allowed for males or females, no matter if they are solid-colored, students MUST wear appropriate dress shoes.
     • No jeans or shorts
Lifetouch photography will be available - you can stop by D309 to pick up photo package information, you will need to submit payment at the banquet. If you have questions, speak to any of the Class of 2019 Council members or see Mrs. Archibald in S101 or Mrs. Aceret-Cruz in D309. --- Carrie Archibald
Turn your creativity into a career...Students interested in a career in Cosmetology, Paul Mitchell Schools will be having an open house night on Tue, March 28th from 6 - 9pm at their Honolulu campus located at 1123 11th Ave Honolulu, HI 96816. Text or call 808-202-2503 to RSVP. At the open house event, you can discover how they can help you build a future in the beauty industry. Come to D106 starting on Wed during lunch if you have questions. --- Tracie Koide
Reminder: if want to apply for the Early College Program for next year you must complete and submit your UH college application by March 16th. Once you have submitted the form please see Mr. Yamashiro or Mr. Char. --- Greg Char
Any Freshmen and Sophomores that signed up to be in the Academy of Health Sciences and would like participate in Kapiolani Community College's Health Career Fair on April 7th, please come to see Dr. Pasalo or Ms. Hosino in A-21 for a field trip form. Space is very limited and spaces will be reserved on a first come, first serve basis. --- April Hosino
HISTORY DAY: Congratulations to our James Campbell High School Social Studies Students who, in this past weekend’s Leeward History Day Fair, qualified to compete in next month’s State History Day Competition: (Performance)
     • Kymia T & Seijayne M A War Between Sisters (Documentary)
     • Katherine Y & Esther P Go For Broke! Japanese Americans Battling Two Fronts
     • Shawncy C, Rhyanne J & Keona B A Stand for Culture, The True Navigators
     • Elysia C Don Haskins: Taking A Stand In History (Website)
     • Maile M The 100th Battalion & 442nd Regimental Combat Team: Taking a stand for the Japanese in America
     • Dallas B Ghandi's Salt March
     • Ashley A, Tre C, & Athena P "The Abolition Sisters' Take on Slavery: Sarah and Angelina Grimke (Historical Paper)
     • Mara G Queen Lili'uokalani: Taking a Stand Against U.S. Powers
     • Renaecia G Taking a Stand in History
     • Jazryn N - "The Ku Klux Klan's Rise to Power" (Paper) (Exhibit)
     • Alexander C Lewis Hine: Taking A Stand Against America's Child Labor
     • Danielle M & Elizabeth W Shirley C
The students swept the Documentary, Website and Historical Paper Categories! Congratulations also to their teachers Ms. Jennifer Hashimoto, Ms. Dawn Tuifua, Mr. John Santiago, Mr. Wade Murasaki and Mr. Rene’ Obena). Good Job Sabers! --- Social Studies Dept.
 
Clubs:
JCHS Hikers, Congratulations to our newly elected JCHS Hikers officers for SY 17-18. Please come and meet them at our next meeting this Wednesday, March 15, 2017 in D206. Topics for the meeting include the following topics: Information about the ideal attire for a day hiker such as yourself and food ideas to pack for our hikes. The field trip form for the Saturday, April 8th to Kuliouou Ridge is ready for pick up. The hike is limited to the first 30 registrants. Please note that the April hike is on the same day as Junior Prom. The mandatory Informational Meeting for the Kuliouou hike is Wednesday, April 5th. --- Sherry Cassetta
DECA Meeting Date: March 14, Tuesday and March 16, Thursday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. We are opening up to all students who are interested in joining the DECA Club (website: deca.org). If you are enrolled in a Business Career Pathway, Marketing, Accounting, Business Economics, Business Law, Business Principles and Management, for 2017-18, please join us in meeting with our Officers/members on Tuesday and Thursday from 2:30-3:00 p.m. We are also seeking anyone who are interested in running for Chapter Officers. Please join in on our regular meetings and make a difference. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information:
Construction Academy Summer 2017: Honolulu Community College Construction Academy Summer Program engages students in activities to help strengthen work-readiness skills through a construction-based learning environment. Students participating in the summer program for the first-time will registered in a non-credit course, Exploring the Trades, to learn about various trades, including Small Vessel Fabrication and Repair (MARR), Carpentry Technology (CARP), Sheet Metal and Plastics Technology (SMP) and Welding Technology (WELD).
     Who can apply: Students entering the 10-12 and 2017 high school graduates
     Cost: Free, however, students are required to provide hard soled shoes.
     Start Date: June 5, 2017 - July 7, 2017 | Monday - Friday | 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
     How to apply: Contact the Construction Academy @ (808) 842-2588
     Application Deadline: March 17, 2017
Hawaii High School Automotive Academy: The Hawaii High School Auto Academy targets high school students interested in the automotive industry in which they participate in an unpaid internship at a Cutter dealership in the mornings, then attend classes at Honolulu CC in the afternoon, five days a week for six weeks. Upon successful completion of the program the students will receive four college credits towards and Associates of Applied Science degree in Automotive Technology.
     Who can apply: Juniors (11) and Seniors (12)
     Program Dates: June 13, 2017 - July 21, 2017
     Requirements: Must have driver's license by June 13, 2017
If interested in the program please email autoacad@hawaii.edu for information and application.
 
College & Career Center Information:
Please turn in college acceptances and scholarship awards to the Career & College Center SH-213.
Upcoming Presentations:
     March 16 -Next Step for UH Manoa (students who are accepted into UH Manoa only), 9:30 in G-103 and at 11:30 in S-205
Scholarships Deadlines:
     • Kiewet Scholarship – 03/16/17 (available for only 12th graders)
     • Ewa Elementary School Scholarship – 03/17/17 (available for only 12th graders)
     • JCHS PSTA Scholarship – 03/17/17 (available for only 12th graders)
     • Kaimiloa Elementary Scholarship – 03/17/17 (available for only 12th graders)
     • Hui O’Wahine Scholarship – 03/17/17 (available for only 12th graders)
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College & Career Center, Room SH-213, for more information. 
_________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Friday, March 10, 2017
#131
 
General:
• Juniors, ring orders will take place during lunch on March 15th and 16th. Order forms were passed out during parent night and are still available for pick up in D106, Ms. Koide's room. Don't miss out on your opportunity to order a class ring. --- Geraldine Valencia
Table selections for Jr. Prom has been moved back to this Friday at lunch and after school for 30 minutes. Continuing days will be the following Monday and Tuesday during lunch and after school for 30 minutes, all days in D106. Thank you for your patience. Keep checking social media for a picture of the table layout before you come to choose. Thanks ---Tracie Koide
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until March 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
Reminder: if want to apply for the Early College Program for next year you must complete and submit your UH college application by March 16th. Once you have submitted the form please see Mr. Yamashiro or Mr. Char. --- Greg Char
Any Freshmen and Sophomores that signed up to be in the Academy of Health Sciences and would like participate in Kapiolani Community College's Health Career Fair on April 7th, please come to see Dr. Pasalo or Ms. Hosino in A-21 for a field trip form. Space is very limited and spaces will be reserved on a first come, first serve basis. --- April Hosino
Association would like to take this time to thank everyone who helped make our annual Sabers Pause for Paws a success.
     • Jan Takamatsu - printing our Sabers Pause for Paws shirts, magazines and Lit Con story book
     • Jo Ann Mastin - Working with the students on the Sabers Pause for Paws magazine, edition #2
     • Sandy Matias and Brian Stoddard- for working hard throughout the event
     • Rodney Castro and the custodial staff - for helping us with the tables and chairs
     • Hope Alejandro - creating the cute pet calendar
     • Hawaiian Humane Society - for providing the discounted microchips and pet food bank
     • VCA Waipahu - for providing free nail clipping and ear cleaning for the pets
     • Kaulana Chang and Torch Entertainment - for an awesome job emceeing and helping to line up entertainment
     • Hyper Squad, Strictly Ill, Tahitian Club, Kumu Kealanahele-querubi and his hula class, 96706 Dance Squad - for providing entertaining us throughout the event
     • HMSA - for the fun educational activities
     • Sophomore Council - For providing the coloring activities for the children
     • Lit Con - for creating a story walk of your book
     • Rainbow Sabers and Writing Club - for providing face painting services
     • Bistro on Wheels, Local Stop, Kapakahi Grindz, Kona Ice and Jamba Juice for the yummy food
     • Windward Community College Vet Techs - for microchipping the animals
     • USMC, US Army, and National Guard recruiters - for setting up a booth
     • Freshman Council - for the cute balloon animals
     • Archery for All
     • BJJ Club
     • Art Department
     • Sherry Cassetta and the 21st Century grant - for displaying your animal house made out of water tubs
     • Navy Partnership - for helping with parking detail
     • NJROTC cadets - for helping with set up, clean up and parking detail
     • Brianna Ramos -for helping us to coordinate and organize the event
     • Jamielynn Quisano - for helping us trouble shoot throughout the event
     • Troy Sueoka - Assisting us with the set up
We would also like to thank teachers and administration who came out and supported the event. If we inadvertently forgot to list anyone, we would like to thank you! We hope to make next year's event bigger and better. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
  • SOCIAL STUDIES: The following students will be participating in this Saturday’s (3/11/17) Leeward District History Day Fair at Ilima Intermediate from 8:30 to 2:00 pm. Their names, Title of History Day Entry and (Category) are as follows:

Brandon J & Charlise R Taking a Stand Through Literature, Harper Lee's Impact on America (Documentary)

Katherine Y & Esther P Go For Broke! Japanese Americans Battling Two Fronts (Documentary)

Shawncy C, Rhyanne J & Keona B A Stand for Culture, The True Navigators (Documentary)

Isabel C A Fight For Independence: William Wallace and His Inspirational Acts to Take A Stand (Exhibit)

Christine T & Ashlynn S Taking A Stand In Tiananmen Square Exhibit (Exhibit)

Maile M The 100th Battalion & 442nd Regimental Combat Team: Taking a stand for the Japanese in America (Website)

Elijah M & Selena A Muhammad Ali and the Vietnam War (Website)

Dallas B Ghandi's Salt March (Website)

Malia B Mhatma Ghandi: Taking A Stand Against British Rule (Website)

Maya A Joan of Arc (Website)

Cori-Lee K The Forgotten War; Korea’s Fight for Freedom Against the Opposition of the World (Historical Paper)

Renaecia G Taking a Stand in History (Historical Paper)

Kendyl E The Women’s Suffrage Movement: Women One Step Closer to Equality (Historical Paper)

Alexander C Lewis Hine: Taking A Stand Against America's Child Labor (Exhibit)

Maurice P The French Revolution: Defending a Monarchy (Website)

Adrian A Galileo Taking a Stand Against the Catholic Church (Website)

Kymia T & Seijayne M A War Between Sisters (Performance)

Kathy A Diolcletian Persecution: The Plight of the Christians in Ancient Rome (Historical Paper)

Mara G Queen Lili'uokalani: Taking a Stand Against U.S. Powers (Historical Paper)

Kaylee G Jackiie Robinson Breaking Barriers (Exhibit)

Elizabeth D & Taylor F Elizabeth Cady Stanton: Leader (Exhibit)

Jada D Unforgotten Heroes: Ruby Bridge's Sacrifice (Website)

Emily M & Madeleine S John Lennon: Taking A Stand In History (Documentary)

Elysia C Don Haskins: Taking A Stand In History (Documentary)

Jezrae B & Shannon R Copley and His Artistic Fight (Documentary)

Danielle M & Elizabeth W Shirley Chisholm (Exhibit)

Taylin K & Samantha V Joseph Smith, A Martyr: Taking A Stand In History (Exhibit)

We wish the students and their teachers, Jennifer Hashimoto, Dawn Tuifua, John Santiago, Wade Murasaki and Rene’ Obena, well this weekend. Go get ‘um Sabers! --- Rene Obena

 
Clubs:
Best Buddies: March 11, 2017 is our best buddy walk at Magic Island, Ala Moana Beach Park from 9am to 12pm. Bus will be provided for free. Bus will pick us up by the Gym on Saturday 8:10 and depart 8:30. Please sign up with Trixie in Ms Galamgam's class in SH 202 or Mr. Bearis in J-2. Also; pick up a permission form and have it signed and turned in to us ASAP in J-2-Mr Bearis or SH202-Ms Galamgam. --- Michael Bearis
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information:
Construction Academy Summer 2017: Honolulu Community College Construction Academy Summer Program engages students in activities to help strengthen work-readiness skills through a construction-based learning environment. Students participating in the summer program for the first-time will registered in a non-credit course, Exploring the Trades, to learn about various trades, including Small Vessel Fabrication and Repair (MARR), Carpentry Technology (CARP), Sheet Metal and Plastics Technology (SMP) and Welding Technology (WELD).
     Who can apply: Students entering the 10-12 and 2017 high school graduates.
     Cost: Free, however, students are required to provide hard soled shoes.
     Start Date: June 5, 2017 - July 7, 2017 | Monday - Friday | 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
     How to apply: Contact the Construction Academy @ (808) 842-2588
     Application Deadline: March 17, 2017
Hawaii High School Automotive Academy: The Hawaii High School Auto Academy targets high school students interested in the automotive industry in which they participate in an unpaid internship at a Cutter dealership in the mornings, then attend classes at Honolulu CC in the afternoon, five days a week for six weeks. Upon successful completion of the program the students will receive four college credits towards and Associates of Applied Science degree in Automotive Technology.
     Who can apply: Juniors (11) and Seniors (12)
     Program Dates: June 13, 2017 - July 21, 2017
     Requirements: Must have driver's license by June 13, 2017
If interested in the program please email autoacad@hawaii.edu for information and application.
 
College & Career Center Information:
Please turn in college acceptances and scholarship awards to the Career & College Center SH-213.
Upcoming Presentations:
     • March 16 -Next Step for UH Manoa (students who are accepted into UH Manoa only), 9:30 in G-103 and at 11:30 in S-205
New Scholarships are in!
     • PAAC – Eddie Tangen Award (available for only 9th-11th graders)
     • 2017 Student-View Scholarship Program (available for only 12th graders)
     • Espiritu-Kubo Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • Ewa Elementary School Scholarship (available for only 12th graders)
     • Hawaiian Lodge Free & Accepted Masons (available for only 12th graders)
     • Honolulu Fire Department Federal Credit Union (available for only 12th graders)
Summer Programs:
     • Carnegie Mellon Summer Pre-College Programs: Due Date: April 1st, 2017
     • High School Summer Scholars Program Washington University in St. Louis: Due Date: April 1st, 2017
     • Rhode Island School of Design Pre-College: Due Date: April 14th, 2017
More Summer Programs are available at the Career & College Center at Saber Hall SH-213!
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Center, Room SH-213 for more information. 
__________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Thursday, March 09, 2017
#130
 
General:
Juniors, ring orders will take place during lunch on March 15th and 16th. Order forms were passed out during parent night and are still available for pick up in D106, Ms. Koide's room. Don't miss out on your opportunity to order a class ring. --- Geraldine Valencia
Table selections for Jr. Prom has been moved back to this Friday at lunch and after school for 30 minutes. Continuing days will be the following Monday and Tuesday during lunch and after school for 30 minutes, all days in D106. Thank you for your patience. Keep checking social media for a picture of the table layout before you come to choose. Thanks ---Tracie Koide
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until March 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
Reminder: if want to apply for the Early College Program for next year you must complete and submit your UH college application by March 16th. Once you have submitted the form please see Mr. Yamashiro or Mr. Char. --- Greg Char
Any Freshmen and Sophomores that signed up to be in the Academy of Health Sciences and would like participate in Kapiolani Community College's Health Career Fair on April 7th, please come to see Dr. Pasalo or Ms. Hosino in A-21 for a field trip form. Space is very limited and spaces will be reserved on a first come, first serve basis. --- April Hosino
Association would like to take this time to thank everyone who helped make our annual Sabers Pause for Paws a success.
     • Jan Takamatsu - printing our Sabers Pause for Paws shirts, magazines and Lit Con story book
     • Jo Ann Mastin - Working with the students on the Sabers Pause for Paws magazine, edition #2
     • Sandy Matias and Brian Stoddard- for working hard throughout the event
     • Rodney Castro and the custodial staff - for helping us with the tables and chairs
     • Hope Alejandro - creating the cute pet calendar
     • Hawaiian Humane Society - for providing the discounted microchips and pet food bank
     • VCA Waipahu - for providing free nail clipping and ear cleaning for the pets
     • Kaulana Chang and Torch Entertainment - for an awesome job emceeing and helping to line up entertainment
     • Hyper Squad, Strictly Ill, Tahitian Club, Kumu Kealanahele-querubi and his hula class, 96706 Dance Squad - for providing entertaining us throughout the event
     • HMSA - for the fun educational activities
     • Sophomore Council - For providing the coloring activities for the children
     • Lit Con - for creating a story walk of your book
     • Rainbow Sabers and Writing Club - for providing face painting services
     • Bistro on Wheels, Local Stop, Kapakahi Grindz, Kona Ice and Jamba Juice for the yummy food
     • Windward Community College Vet Techs - for microchipping the animals
     • USMC, US Army, and National Guard recruiters - for setting up a booth
     • Freshman Council - for the cute balloon animals
     • Archery for All
     • BJJ Club
     • Art Department
     • Sherry Cassetta and the 21st Century grant - for displaying your animal house made out of water tubs
     • Navy Partnership - for helping with parking detail
     • NJROTC cadets - for helping with set up, clean up and parking detail
     • Brianna Ramos -for helping us to coordinate and organize the event
     • Jamielynn Quisano - for helping us trouble shoot throughout the event
     • Troy Sueoka - Assisting us with the set up
We would also like to thank teachers and administration who came out and supported the event. If we inadvertently forgot to list anyone, we would like to thank you! We hope to make next year's event bigger and better. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
 
Clubs:
Historical Society meeting in G207 during lunch. See you there! --- Karen Thompson
Best Buddies: March 11, 2017 is our best buddy walk at Magic Island, Ala Moana Beach Park from 9am to 12pm. Bus will be provided for free. Bus will pick us up by the Gym on Saturday 8:10 and depart 8:30. Please sign up with Trixie in Ms Galamgam's class in SH 202 or Mr. Bearis in J-2. Also; pick up a permission form and have it signed and turned in to us ASAP in J-2-Mr Bearis or SH202-Ms Galamgam. --- Michael Bearis
Aloha JCHS Hikers: The next JCHS Hikers meeting is on Wednesday, March 8th to discuss the remaining two hikes for the school year as well as to announce the officers for SY 17-18. Meeting will be in D-206 during lunchtime. Please note that the remaining hikes will be capped at 30 students. The first 30 students who turn in their field trip papers (for hikes scheduled on April 8th and May 13th) will be able to attend the hike unless we find additional chaperones. Attend the meeting tomorrow for field trip form and more information. --- Sherry Cassetta
 
Sports:
Football Off-Season Starts 3/7/2017 Check-in at 2:30 PM in the locker room. Bring flats and cleats, black shorts and black/white/orange/grey workout shirt (we will have shirts for purchase, $10). Have your physical form completed. --- Brandon Komatsu
 
Transition Center Information:
Construction Academy Summer 2017 Honolulu Community College Construction Academy Summer Program engages students in activities to help strengthen work-readiness skills through a construction-based learning environment. Students participating in the summer program for the first-time will registered in a non-credit course, Exploring the Trades, to learn about various trades, including Small Vessel Fabrication and Repair (MARR), Carpentry Technology (CARP), Sheet Metal and Plastics Technology (SMP) and Welding Technology (WELD).
      Who can apply: Students entering the 10-12 and 2017 high school graduates.
     Cost: Free, however, students are required to provide hard soled shoes.
     Start Date: June 5, 2017 - July 7, 2017 | Monday - Friday | 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
     How to apply: Contact the Construction Academy @ (808) 842-2588
     Application Deadline: March 17, 2017
Hawaii High School Automotive Academy The Hawaii High School Auto Academy targets high school students interested in the automotive industry in which they participate in an unpaid internship at a Cutter dealership in the mornings, then attend classes at Honolulu CC in the afternoon, five days a week for six weeks. Upon successful completion of the program the students will receive four college credits towards and Associates of Applied Science degree in Automotive Technology.
     Who can apply: Juniors (11) and Seniors (12)
     Program Dates: June 13, 2017 - July 21, 2017
     Requirements: Must have driver's license by June 13, 2017
If interested in the program please email autoacad@hawaii.edu for information and application.
 
College & Career Center Information:
Please turn in college acceptances and scholarship awards to the Career & College Center SH-213.
Today’s Presentations:
     March 9 - Chaminade University, 11:30, G-206
     March 9 - Chaminade University Senior Next Step (students who are accepted or interested only), 1:00, G-204
Upcoming Presentations:
     March 16 -Next Step for UH Manoa (students who are accepted into UH Manoa only), 9:30 in G-103 and at 11:30 in S-205
New Scholarships are in!
     • 2017 Student-View Scholarship Program
     • Espiritu-Kubo Scholarship
     • Ewa Elementary School Scholarship
     • Hawaiian Lodge Free & Accepted Masons
     • Honolulu Fire Department Federal Credit Union
Summer Programs:
     • Carnegie Mellon Summer Pre-College Programs: • Due Date: April 1st, 2017
     • High School Summer Scholars Program Washington University in St. Louis: • Due Date: April 1st, 2017
     • Rhode Island School of Design Pre-College: • Due Date: April 14th, 2017
More Summer Programs are available at the Career & College Center at Saber Hall SH-213!
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Center, Room S213 for more information.  
 
______________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Wednesday, March 08, 2017
#129
 
General:
Juniors, ring orders will take place during lunch on March 15th and 16th. Order forms were passed out during parent night and are still available for pick up in D106, Ms. Koide's room. Don't miss out on your opportunity to order a class ring."---Geraldine Valencia
Table selections for Jr. Prom has been moved back to this Friday at lunch and after school for 30 minutes. Continuing days will be the following Monday and Tuesday during lunch and after school for 30 minutes, all days in D106. Thank you for your patience. Keep checking social media for a picture of the table layout before you come to choose. Thanks ---Tracie Koide
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until March 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
Juniors: Jr. Prom table selections will start on Wednesday during lunch and continue after school for 30 mins. It will resume again on Friday and the following Monday. All guests that do not select a table, will be assigned. In order to select a seat, you must have your dress top on and your ID out. Bring your receipt in case. The host student (JCHS Junior) must be present when selecting a seat. --- Tracie Koide
Message from Student Association - Student Association would like to take this time to thank everyone who helped make our annual Sabers Pause for Paws a success.
     Jan Takamatsu - printing our Sabers Pause for Paws shirts, magazines and Lit Con story book
     Jo Ann Mastin - Working with the students on the Sabers Pause for Paws magazine, edition #2
     Sandy Matias and Brian Stoddard- for working hard throughout the event
     Rodney Castro and the custodial staff - for helping us with the tables and chairs
     Hope Alejandro - creating the cute pet calendar
     Hawaiian Humane Society - for providing the discounted microchips and pet food bank
     VCA Waipahu - for providing free nail clipping and ear cleaning for the pets
     Kaulana Chang and Torch Entertainment - for an awesome job emceeing and helping to line up entertainment
     Hyper Squad, Strictly Ill, Tahitian Club, Kumu Kealanahele-querubi and his hula class, 96706 Dance Squad - for providing entertaining us throughout the event
     HMSA - for the fun educational activities
     Sophomore Council - For providing the coloring activities for the children
     Lit Con - for creating a story walk of your book
     Rainbow Sabers and Writing Club - for providing face painting services
     Bistro on Wheels, Local Stop, Kapakahi Grindz, Kona Ice and Jamba Juice for the yummy food
     Windward Community College Vet Techs - for microchipping the animals
     USMC, US Army, and National Guard recruiters - for setting up a booth
     Freshman Council - for the cute balloon animals
     Archery for All
     BJJ Club
     Art Department
     Sherry Cassetta and the 21st Century grant - for displaying your animal house made out of water tubs
     Navy Partnership - for helping with parking detail
     NJROTC cadets - for helping with set up, clean up and parking detail
     Brianna Ramos -for helping us to coordinate and organize the event
     Jamielynn Quisano - for helping us trouble shoot throughout the event
     Troy Sueoka - Assisting us with the set up
We would also like to thank teachers and administration who came out and supported the event. If we inadvertently forgot to list anyone, we would like to thank you! We hope to make next year's event bigger and better. --- Kimura-Tung
 
Clubs:
Aloha JCHS Hikers: The next JCHS Hikers meeting is on Wednesday, March 8th to discuss the remaining two hikes for the school year as well as to announce the officers for SY 17-18. Meeting will be in D-206 during lunchtime. Please note that the remaining hikes will be capped at 30 students. The first 30 students who turn in their field trip papers (for hikes scheduled on April 8th and May 13th) will be able to attend the hike unless we find additional chaperones. Attend the meeting tomorrow for field trip form and more information. ---Sherry Cassetta
 
Sports:
Football Off-Season Starts 3/7/2017 Check-in at 2:30 PM in the locker room. Bring flats and cleats, black shorts and black/white/orange/grey workout shirt (we will have shirts for purchase, $10). Have your physical form completed. ---B. Komatsu
 
EARLY COLLEGE PROGRAM:
• Reminder: if want to apply for the Early College Program for next year you must complete and submit your UH college application by March 16th. Once you have submitted the form please see Mr. Yamashiro or Mr. Char----Char
 
College and Career Center Announcements for Wednesday, March 8th
Please turn in college acceptances and scholarship awards to the Career & College Center SH-213.
 
Tomorrow’s Presentations:
     March 9 - Chaminade University, 11:30, G-206
     March 9 - Chaminade University Senior Next Step (students who are accepted or interested only), 1:00, G-204 Upcoming Presentations:
     March 16 -Next Step for UH Manoa (students who are accepted into UH Manoa only), 9:30 in G-103 and at 11:30 in S-205
New Scholarships are in!
     • Prince Kuhio Hawaiian Prince Civic Club Scholarship Program
     • PAAC - Eddie Tangen Award
     • PAAC - Paul S. Honda Scholarship
     • I'm A Bright Kid Foundation
     • QuestBridge
     • 2017 Citizen-Scholar Award
Summer Programs:
     • Carnegie Mellon Summer Pre-College Programs: Due Date: April 1st, 2017
     • High School Summer Scholars Program Washington University in St. Louis: Due Date: April 1st, 2017
     • Rhode Island School of Design Pre-College: Due Date: April 14th, 2017
More Summer Programs are available at the Career & College Center at Saber Hall SH-213!
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Center, Room S213 for more information. 
___________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Tuesday, March 07, 2017
#128
 
General:
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until March 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
Juniors: Jr. Prom table selections will start on Wed during lunch and continue after school for 30 mins. It will resume again on Friday and the following Monday. All guests that do not select a table, will be assigned. In order to select a seat, you must have your dress top on and your ID out. Bring your receipt in case. The host student (JCHS Junior) must be present when selecting a seat. --- Tracie Koide
Clinical Health CTE Honors Recognition Candidates - All students who signed up to attempt the Leeward District Performance-Based Assessment for Clinical Health, please come to a very important meeting on Monday March 6 in G-102 at lunch. We will be going over the guideline handout and paper requirements as well as signing in to the group email and Remind 101 apps. --- Laura Harada
 
Clubs:
Best Buddies students: please come to our meeting during lunch in F-2 on Tuesday, March 7, 2017. --- Michael Bearis • DECA Meeting Dates: March 7, Tuesday and March 10th, Friday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. We will be nominating new officers for 2017-18. If you are in the Business Career Pathway for next year, enrolled in a Marketing, Accounting, Business Law, Business Economics or Business Mgmt/Principles, please put in your nomination for a candidate that will represent JCHS DECA. We are encouraging all grade levels 9 thru 12th to sign-up. Please check the website at deca.org. If you have any questions, please stop by in Room P-38 during lunch activity period or after school. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports:
Football Off-Season Starts 3/7/2017 Check-in at 2:30 PM in the locker room. Bring flats and cleats, black shorts and black/white/orange/grey workout shirt (we will have shirts for purchase, $10). Have your physical form completed. ---B. Komatsu
 
Transition Center Information:
College and Career Center Announcements for Tuesday, March 7th
Please turn in college acceptances and scholarship awards to the Career & College Center SH-213.
Upcoming Presentations:
     March 9 - Chaminade University, 11:30, G-206
     March 9 - Chaminade University Senior Next Step (students who are accepted or interested only), 1:00, G-204
     March 16 -Next Step for UH Manoa (students who are accepted into UH Manoa only), 9:30 & 11:30, TBA
New Scholarships are in!
     • Prince Kuhio Hawaiian Prince Civic Club Scholarship Program
     • PAAC - Eddie Tangen Award
     • PAAC - Paul S. Honda Scholarship
     • I'm A Bright Kid Foundation
     • QuestBridge
     • 2017 Citizen-Scholar Award
Summer Programs:
     • Carnegie Mellon Summer Pre-College Programs: Due Date: April 1st, 2017
     • High School Summer Scholars Program Washington University in St. Louis: Due Date: April 1st, 2017
     • Rhode Island School of Design Pre-College: Due Date: April 14th, 2017
More Summer Programs are available at the Career & College Center at Saber Hall SH-213!
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Center, Room S213 for more information.
____________________________________________________________________________ 
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Monday, March 06, 2017
#127
 
General:
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until March 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
Teddy's Ewa Beach is sponsoring Project Grad 2017 from 4:00pm-9:00pm on Monday, March 6th Go ahead, get yourself a burger and shake and support Project Grad with this easy go eat fundraiser! --- Rowena Martinez
Seniors! Interested in singing the National Anthem or Hawaii Pono'i for graduation? Auditions will be Tuesday, March 14th in D305 after school till 3:00 PM. To sign up, please go down to D105 or D305 for a time slot. --- Brandon Komatsu
Seniors: Come and celebrate "The Last Chapter" at this year's Senior prom on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Today, Monday, March 6, 2017 is the last day to purchase Senior Prom bids. If you are planning to attend, make sure to come by D-305 during lunch for payment. If you come after Monday, you will be put on a WAIT LIST. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Juniors: Jr. Prom table selections will start on Wed during lunch and continue after school for 30 mins. It will resume again on Friday and the following Monday. All guests that do not select a table, will be assigned. In order to select a seat, you must have your dress top on and your ID out. Bring your receipt in case. The host student (JCHS Junior) must be present when selecting a seat. --- Tracie Koide
Freshmen: If you signed up to be in the Academy of Health Sciences and would like to attend KCC's Health Career Fair on April 7th, come to A-21 to pick up a field trip form from Ms. Hosino or Dr. Pasalo. It will be first come - first serve and spaces are very limited. --- Ervin Pasalo
Clinical Health CTE Honors Recognition Candidates - All students who signed up to attempt the Leeward District Performance-Based Assessment for Clinical Health, please come to a very important meeting on Monday March 6 in G-102 at lunch. We will be going over the guideline handout and paper requirements as well as signing in to the group email and Remind 101 apps. --- Laura Harada
Clubs:
Best Buddies students: please come to our meeting during lunch in F-2 on Tuesday, March 7, 2017. --- Michael Bearis • Aloha JCHS Hikers, The next JCHS Hikers meeting is on Wednesday, March 8th, 2017 to discuss activities for the remainder of the school year as well as announce the officers for SY 17-18. Meeting will be in D-206 during lunchtime. --- Sherry Cassetta
DECA Meeting Dates: March 7, Tuesday and March 10th, Friday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. We will be nominating new officers for 2017-18. If you are in the Business Career Pathway for next year, enrolled in a Marketing, Accounting, Business Law, Business Economics or Business Mgmt/Principles, please put in your nomination for a candidate that will represent JCHS DECA. We are encouraging all grade levels 9 thru 12th to sign-up. Please check the website at deca.org. If you have any questions, please stop by in Room P-38 during lunch activity period or after school. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information:
Construction Academy Summer 2017 Honolulu Community College Construction Academy Summer Program engages students in activities to help strengthen work-readiness skills through a construction-based learning environment. Students participating in the summer program for the first-time will registered in a non-credit course, Exploring the Trades, to learn about various trades, including Small Vessel Fabrication and Repair (MARR), Carpentry Technology (CARP), Sheet Metal and Plastics Technology (SMP) and Welding Technology (WELD).
     Who can apply: Students entering the 10-12 and 2017 high school graduates.
     Cost: Free, however, students are required to provide hard soled shoes.
     Start Date: June 5, 2017 - July 7, 2017 | Monday - Friday | 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
     How to apply: Contact the Construction Academy @ (808) 842-2588
     Application Deadline: March 17, 2017
Hawaii High School Automotive Academy The Hawaii High School Auto Academy targets high school students interested in the automotive industry in which they participate in an unpaid internship at a Cutter dealership in the mornings, then attend classes at Honolulu CC in the afternoon, five days a week for six weeks. Upon successful completion of the program the students will receive four college credits towards and Associates of Applied Science degree in Automotive Technology.
     Who can apply: Juniors (11) and Seniors (12)
     Program Dates: June 13, 2017 - July 21, 2017
     Requirements: Must have driver's license by June 13, 2017
If interested in the program please email autoacad@hawaii.edu for information and application.
 
College & Career Center Information:
Please turn in college acceptances and scholarship awards to the Career & College Center SH-213.
Upcoming Presentations:
     • March 9 - Chaminade University, 11:30, G-206
     • March 9 - Chaminade University Senior Next Step (students who are accepted or interested only), 1:00, G-204
     • March 16 -Next Step for UH Manoa, 9:30 & 11:30, TBA
Summer Programs:
     • Carnegie Mellon Summer Pre-College Programs: Due Date: April 1st, 2017
     • High School Summer Scholars Program Washington University in St. Louis: Due Date: April 1st, 2017
     • Rhode Island School of Design Pre-College: Due Date: April 14th, 2017
More Summer Programs are available at the Career & College Center at Saber Hall SH-213!
New Scholarships are in!
     • Prince Kuhio Hawaiian Prince Civic Club Scholarship Program
     • PAAC - Eddie Tangen Award
     • PAAC - Paul S. Honda Scholarship
     • I'm A Bright Kid Foundation
     • QuestBridge
     • 2017 Citizen-Scholar Award
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Center, Room S213 for more information. 
__________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Friday, March 03, 2017
#126
 
General:
This Friday is March's First Friday lunchtime assembly. Come to Saber lawn to see our Spring sports' teams, cheerleaders, and other students that will be highlighted!!!! --- Tracie Koide
Attention ALL Bicyclists! HPD will be enforcing all traffic laws regarding bicycles starting this next week. Students caught in violation will be ticketed. --- Shayne Greenland
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until March 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
Teddy's Ewa Beach is sponsoring Project Grad 2017 from 4:00pm-9:00pm on Monday, March 6th Go ahead, get yourself a burger and shake and support Project Grad with this easy go eat fundraiser! --- Rowena Martinez
To all seniors who qualify for CTE honors in Culinary, please go to G-105 to pick up the information packet. --- Julie Morihara-Itagaki
Seniors! Interested in singing the National Anthem or Hawaii Pono'i for graduation? Auditions will be Tuesday, March 14th in D305 after school till 3:00 PM. To sign up, please go down to D105 or D305 for a time slot. --- Brandon Komatsu
Seniors: Come and celebrate "The Last Chapter" at this year's Senior prom on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Freshmen: If you signed up to be in the Academy of Health Sciences and would like to attend KCC's Health Career Fair on April 7th, come to A-21 to pick up a field trip form from Ms. Hosino or Dr. Pasalo. It will be first come - first serve and spaces are very limited. --- Ervin Pasalo
For those who participated in the Great Aloha Run (Monday Feb 20): The Wet n Wild passes for those who participated in the GAR are ready to be issued to you. The day to use your pass is March 18th. Please come by N104 to sign for your free Wet n Wild pass. --- Linda Naki
Anyone interested in donating blood on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at Sabers Pause for Paws? The Blood Mobile will be located by G-building from 2 - 8 p.m. Students must be at least 16 years of age or older and meet all the requirements to give blood. Please come pick up a consent and information form about donating blood in room G-107. Adults, please come and sign up for a donation time. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
 
Clubs:
DECA Meeting: Dates: March 3, 2017 - Friday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. Congratulations to all the students who participated in the CTSO (DECA) Competitive Events and Darryl J, who was a medallion winner in the Business Service Role Playing event. The following students were: Darryl J, Bea A, Kyla B, Elyssa G, Tanner N, Joeylee D, Sherman W, Taylon E, Aiyanna V, and Skyler A. All attendees please attend our meeting on February 28, 2017. The meeting on March 2, will be held on March 3rd, Friday instead of March 2, 2017. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
Aloha JCHS Hikers, The next JCHS Hikers meeting is on Wednesday, March 8th, 2017 to discuss activities for the remainder of the school year as well as announce the officers for SY 17-18. Meeting will be in D-206 during lunchtime. --- Sherry Cassetta
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information:
Construction Academy Summer 2017 Honolulu Community College Construction Academy Summer Program engages students in activities to help strengthen work-readiness skills through a construction-based learning environment. Students participating in the summer program for the first-time will registered in a non-credit course, Exploring the Trades, to learn about various trades, including Small Vessel Fabrication and Repair (MARR), Carpentry Technology (CARP), Sheet Metal and Plastics Technology (SMP) and Welding Technology (WELD).
     Who can apply: Students entering the 10-12 and 2017 high school graduates.
     Cost: Free, however, students are required to provide hard soled shoes.
     Start Date: June 5, 2017 - July 7, 2017 | Monday - Friday | 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
     How to apply: Contact the Construction Academy @ (808) 842-2588
     Application Deadline: March 17, 2017
Hawaii High School Automotive Academy The Hawaii High School Auto Academy targets high school students interested in the automotive industry in which they participate in an unpaid internship at a Cutter dealership in the mornings, then attend classes at Honolulu CC in the afternoon, five days a week for six weeks. Upon successful completion of the program the students will receive four college credits towards and Associates of Applied Science degree in Automotive Technology.
     Who can apply: Juniors (11) and Seniors (12)
     Program Dates: June 13, 2017 - July 21, 2017
     Requirements: Must have driver's license by June 13, 2017
If interested in the program please email autoacad@hawaii.edu for information and application.
 
College & Career Center Information:
A huge congratulations to our Mei Ying C, who is our STATE WINNER for the Voice of Democracy Essay Competition. She beat out all other high school contestants and won $2500!
A big congratulations to Luke O!! He has committed and will be playing football for Adams State College in Colorado! Luke has been offered an NCAA athletic scholarship! He will be coached by our very own Campbell alumni Derek Faavi who was one of UH Manoa’s MVPS!! Way to go, Luke!
Please turn in college acceptances and scholarship awards to the Career & College Center SH-213.
Today’s Presentation:
     March 3 - UH Hilo Admissions Presentation (accepted seniors only), 1pm – 2 pm, S-201
Upcoming Presentations:
     March 9 - Chaminade University, 11:30, G-206
     March 9 - Chaminade University Senior Next Step (students who are accepted or interested only), 1:00, G-204
     March 16 -Next Step for UH Manoa, 9:30 & 11:30, TBA
Summer Programs:
     • Carnegie Mellon Summer Pre-College Programs: Due Date: April 1st, 2017
     • High School Summer Scholars Program Washington University in St. Louis: Due Date: April 1st, 2017
     • Rhode Island School of Design Pre-College: Due Date: April 14th, 2017
More Summer Programs are available at the Career & College Center at Saber Hall SH-213!
New Scholarships are in!
     • Prince Kuhio Hawaiian Prince Civic Club Scholarship Program
     • PAAC - Eddie Tangen Award
     • PAAC - Paul S. Honda Scholarship
     • I'm A Bright Kid Foundation
     • QuestBridge
     • 2017 Citizen-Scholar Award
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Center, Room S213 for more information.  
____________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Thursday, March 02, 2017
#125
 
General:
This Friday is March's First Friday lunchtime assembly. Come to Saber lawn to see our Spring sports' teams, cheerleaders, and other students that will be highlighted!!!! --- Tracie Koide
Attention ALL Bicyclists! HPD will be enforcing all traffic laws regarding bicycles starting this next week. Students caught in violation will be ticketed. --- Shayne Greenland
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until March 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
To all seniors who qualify for CTE honors in Culinary, please go to G-105 to pick up the information packet. --- Julie Morihara-Itagaki
Seniors! Interested in singing the National Anthem or Hawaii Pono'i for graduation? Auditions will be Tuesday, March 14th in D305 after school till 3:00 PM. To sign up, please go down to D105 or D305 for a time slot. --- Brandon Komatsu
Seniors: Come and celebrate "The Last Chapter" at this year's Senior prom on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Freshmen: If you signed up to be in the Academy of Health Sciences and would like to attend KCC's Health Career Fair on April 7th, come to A-21 to pick up a field trip form from Ms. Hosino or Dr. Pasalo. It will be first come - first serve and spaces are very limited. --- Ervin Pasalo
Freshman/Sophomore Banquet - wait list bid purchase: Aloha students! If you missed the opportunity to turn in your form and pay for FSB - we are opening up a wait list and will take additional payments for TWO DAYS ONLY.
     • When: Wednesday March 1 and Thursday March 2
     • Where: G107 at lunch If you still need a form, you can pick up on March 1 only in G107 at lunch.
Thursday March 2 WILL be the LAST day to submit forms and payment. Remember that all attendees must have paid their dues and be clear of obligations. Please have your dress top on and ID ready when you arrive to G107. See Mrs. Archibald in S101 or Mrs. Aceret-Cruz in D309 if you have questions. --- Carrie Archibald & Lorilyn Aceret-Cruz
For those who participated in the Great Aloha Run (Monday Feb 20): The Wet n Wild passes for those who participated in the GAR are ready to be issued to you. The day to use your pass is March 18th. Please come by N104 to sign for your free Wet n Wild pass. --- Linda Naki
Anyone interested in donating blood on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at Sabers Pause for Paws? The Blood Mobile will be located by G-building from 2 - 8 p.m. Students must be at least 16 years of age or older and meet all the requirements to give blood. Please come pick up a consent and information form about donating blood in room G-107. Adults, please come and sign up for a donation time. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
 
Clubs:
Historical society meeting in G207 Thursday, March 2. See you there! --- Karen Thompson
Environmental Club: Meeting on Thursday, 3/2 in O202 at 2:30pm! --- Ann Pang
DECA Meeting: Dates: March 3, 2017 - Friday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. Congratulations to all the students who participated in the CTSO (DECA) Competitive Events and Darryl J, who was a medallion winner in the Business Service Role Playing event. The following students were: Darryl J, Bea A, Kyla B, Elyssa G, Tanner N, Joeylee D, Sherman W, Taylon E, Aiyanna V, and Skyler A. All attendees please attend our meeting on February 28, 2017. The meeting on March 2, will be held on March 3rd, Friday instead of March 2, 2017. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information:
Hawaii High School Automotive Academy The Hawaii High School Auto Academy targets high school students interested in the automotive industry in which they participate in an unpaid internship at a Cutter dealership in the mornings, then attend classes at Honolulu CC in the afternoon, five days a week for six weeks. Upon successful completion of the program the students will receive four college credits towards and Associates of Applied Science degree in Automotive Technology.
     Who can apply: Juniors (11) and Seniors (12)
     Program Dates: June 13, 2017 - July 21, 2017
     Requirements: Must have driver's license by June 13, 2017
If interested in the program please email autoacad@hawaii.edu for information and application.
 
College & Career Center Information:
Please turn in college acceptances and scholarship awards to the College & Career Center SH-213.
Upcoming Presentations
     March 3 – Linfield College, 11:40, G-206
     March 3 - UH Hilo Admissions Presentation (accepted seniors only), 1pm – 2 pm, S-201
     March 9 - Chaminade University, 11:30, G-206
     March 9 - Chaminade University Senior Next Step (students who are accepted or interested only), 1:00, G-204
     March 16 -Next Step for UH Manoa, 9:30 & 11:30, TBA
Summer Programs:
     Carnegie Mellon Summer Pre-College Programs: Due Date: April 1st, 2017
     High School Summer Scholars Program Washington University in St. Louis: Due Date: April 1st, 2017
     Rhode Island School of Design Pre-College: Due Date: April 14th, 2017
     More Summer Programs are available at the College & Career Center at Saber Hall SH-213!
New Scholarships are in!
     • Prince Kuhio Hawaiian Prince Civic Club Scholarship Program
     • PAAC - Eddie Tangen Award
     • PAAC - Paul S. Honda Scholarship
     • I'm A Bright Kid Foundation
     • QuestBridge
     • 2017 Citizen-Scholar Award
     • Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College & Career Center, Room S213 for more information. 
____________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Wednesday, March 01, 2017
#124
 
General:
This Friday is March's First Friday lunchtime assembly. Come to Saber lawn to see our Spring sports' teams, cheerleaders, and other students that will be highlighted!!!! --- Tracie Koide
Attention ALL Bicyclists! HPD will be enforcing all traffic laws regarding bicycles starting this next week. Students caught in violation will be ticketed. --- Shayne Greenland
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until March 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
To all seniors who qualify for CTE honors in Culinary, please go to G-105 to pick up the information packet. --- Julie Morihara-Itagaki
Seniors! Interested in singing the National Anthem or Hawaii Pono'i for graduation? Auditions will be Tuesday, March 14th in D305 after school till 3:00 PM. To sign up, please go down to D105 or D305 for a time slot. --- Brandon Komatsu
Seniors: Come and celebrate "The Last Chapter" at this year's Senior prom on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Freshman/Sophomore Banquet - wait list bid purchase: Aloha students! If you missed the opportunity to turn in your form and pay for FSB - we are opening up a wait list and will take additional payments for TWO DAYS ONLY.
     • When: Wednesday March 1 and Thursday March 2
     • Where: G107 at lunch If you still need a form, you can pick up on March 1 only in G107 at lunch.
Thursday March 2 WILL be the LAST day to submit forms and payment. Remember that all attendees must have paid their dues and be clear of obligations. Please have your dress top on and ID ready when you arrive to G107. See Mrs. Archibald in S101 or Mrs. Aceret-Cruz in D309 if you have questions. --- Carrie Archibald & Lorilyn Aceret-Cruz
For those who participated in the Great Aloha Run (Monday Feb 20): The Wet n Wild passes for those who participated in the GAR are ready to be issued to you. The day to use your pass is March 18th. Please come by N104 to sign for your free Wet n Wild pass. --- Linda Naki
Anyone interested in donating blood on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at Sabers Pause for Paws? The Blood Mobile will be located by G-building from 2 - 8 p.m. Students must be at least 16 years of age or older and meet all the requirements to give blood. Please come pick up a consent and information form about donating blood in room G-107. Adults, please come and sign up for a donation time. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
 
Clubs:
Environmental Club: Meeting on Thursday, 3/2 in O202 at 2:30pm! --- Ann Pang
DECA Meeting: Dates: March 3, 2017 - Friday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. Congratulations to all the students who participated in the CTSO (DECA) Competitive Events and Darryl J, who was a medallion winner in the Business Service Role Playing event. The following students were: Darryl J, Bea A, Kyla B, Elyssa G, Tanner N, Joeylee D, Sherman W, Taylon E, Aiyanna V, and Skyler A. All attendees please attend our meeting on February 28, 2017. The meeting on March 2, will be held on March 3rd, Friday instead of March 2, 2017. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information:
Hawaii High School Automotive Academy The Hawaii High School Auto Academy targets high school students interested in the automotive industry in which they participate in an unpaid internship at a Cutter dealership in the mornings, then attend classes at Honolulu CC in the afternoon, five days a week for six weeks. Upon successful completion of the program the students will receive four college credits towards and Associates of Applied Science degree in Automotive Technology.
     Who can apply: Juniors (11) and Seniors (12)
     Program Dates: June 13, 2017 - July 21, 2017
     Requirements: Must have driver's license by June 13, 2017
If interested in the program please email autoacad@hawaii.edu for information and application.
 
College & Career Center Information:
Please turn in college acceptances and scholarship awards to the College & Career Center SH-213.
Upcoming Presentations
     March 3 – Linfield College, 11:40, G-206
     March 3 - UH Hilo Admissions Presentation (accepted seniors only), 1pm – 2 pm, S-201
     March 9 - Chaminade University, 11:30, G-206
     March 9 - Chaminade University Senior Next Step (students who are accepted or interested only), 1:00, G-204
     March 16 -Next Step for UH Manoa, 9:30 & 11:30, TBA
Summer Programs:
     Carnegie Mellon Summer Pre-College Programs: Due Date: April 1st, 2017
     High School Summer Scholars Program
     Washington University in St. Louis: Due Date: April 1st, 2017
     Rhode Island School of Design Pre-College: Due Date: April 14th, 2017
More Summer Programs are available at the College & Career Center at Saber Hall SH-213!
New Scholarships are in!
     • Prince Kuhio Hawaiian Prince Civic Club Scholarship Program
     • PAAC - Eddie Tangen Award
     • PAAC - Paul S. Honda Scholarship
     • I'm A Bright Kid Foundation
     • QuestBridge
     • 2017 Citizen-Scholar Award
• Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College & Career Center, Room S213 for more information. 
__________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
#123
 
General:
This Friday is March's First Friday lunchtime assembly. Come to Saber lawn to see our Spring sports' teams, cheerleaders, and other students that will be highlighted!!!! --- Tracie Koide
Attention ALL Bicyclists! HPD will be enforcing all traffic laws regarding bicycles starting this next week. Students caught in violation will be ticketed. --- Shayne Greenland
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until March 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
Attending the Senior field trip to Tiki’s fun center on Tuesday, Feb 28th? Just a reminder to meet at the O building parking lot by 8:15. There are no refunds so don't come late and miss the bus. Bring cash to purchase lunch or bring your own lunch. Wear comfortable footwear. See Nakama P40, Virtudazo D305 or Komatsu D105 if you have any questions. --- Kim Virtudazo
Seniors! Interested in singing the National Anthem or Hawaii Pono'i for graduation? Auditions will be Tuesday, March 14th in D305 after school till 3:00 PM. To sign up, please go down to D105 or D305 for a time slot. --- Brandon Komatsu
Seniors: Come and celebrate "The Last Chapter" at this year's Senior prom on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Freshman/Sophomore Banquet - wait list bid purchase: Aloha students! If you missed the opportunity to turn in your form and pay for FSB - we are opening up a wait list and will take additional payments for TWO DAYS ONLY.
     • When: Wednesday March 1 and Thursday March 2
     • Where: G107 at lunch If you still need a form, you can pick up on March 1 only in G107 at lunch.
Thursday March 2 WILL be the LAST day to submit forms and payment. Remember that all attendees must have paid their dues and be clear of obligations. Please have your dress top on and ID ready when you arrive to G107. See Mrs. Archibald in S101 or Mrs. Aceret-Cruz in D309 if you have questions. --- Carrie Archibald & Lorilyn Aceret-Cruz
For those who participated in the Great Aloha Run (Monday Feb 20): The Wet n Wild passes for those who participated in the GAR are ready to be issued to you. The day to use your pass is March 18th. Please come by N104 to sign for your free Wet n Wild pass. --- Linda Naki
Ready to party all night long at a secret location on graduation night? See Mrs. Martinez in the front office, room A-7 for information on Project Graduation 2017 or go to room A-2 to pick up the PG purple forms. Sorry, this event is for the graduating class of 2017 only! --- Rowena Martinez
Why School Shirts/Dress Tops (Uniforms)? School shirts instill pride. They foster school spirit, and they build unity. They help students feel like they're part of something important, and worthwhile. Students who wear school shirts can better see and appreciate one another as equals. School shirts available at A-7. --- Rowena Martinez
 
Clubs:
Environmental Club: Meeting on Thursday, 3/2 in O202 at 2:30pm! --- Ann Pang
DECA Meeting: Dates: February 28, 2017 - Tuesday and March 3, 2017 - Friday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. Congratulations to all the students who participated in the CTSO (DECA) Competitive Events and Darryl J, who was a medallion winner in the Business Service Role Playing event. The following students were: Darryl J, Bea A, Kyla B, Elyssa G, Tanner N, Joeylee D, Sherman W, Taylon E, Aiyanna V, and Skyler A. All attendees please attend our meeting on February 28, 2017. The meeting on March 2, will be held on March 3rd, Friday instead of March 2, 2017.
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information:
Hawaii High School Automotive Academy The Hawaii High School Auto Academy targets high school students interested in the automotive industry in which they participate in an unpaid internship at a Cutter dealership in the mornings, then attend classes at Honolulu CC in the afternoon, five days a week for six weeks. Upon successful completion of the program the students will receive four college credits towards and Associates of Applied Science degree in Automotive Technology.
     Who can apply: Juniors (11) and Seniors (12)
     Program Dates: June 13, 2017 - July 21, 2017
     Requirements: Must have driver's license by June 13, 2017
If interested in the program please email autoacad@hawaii.edu for information and application.
 
College & Career Center Information:
Upcoming Presentations
     March 2 - Linfield, 11:40 am, Room G206
     March 3 - UH Hilo Admissions Presentation (Pre Orientation) 1pm-2pm, Room S-201 (Students who are accepted only)
     March 9 - Chaminade University at 11:30, Period 3, Room G206 Senior Next Step at 1:00, Period 4, Room G204 (students who are accepted or interested only)
Summer Programs
     3 Days of Fashion Find Yourself at FIDM - San Diego - June 21-23, 2017, San Francisco - June 26-28, 2017 Orange County - June 26-28, 2017, Los Angeles - June 28-30, 2017 Hands on Workshops, 3 days for $300 Please come to the College and Career Center for more information
     Washington University in St. Louis Visit summerexperiences.wustl.edu for more information.
     Marlboro Pre-College Summer Program - Open to students 15-18 Find out more: www.marlboro.edu/summer
     Rhode Island School of Design June 24 - August 5, 2017. Find out more: precollege.risd.edu
     USC Summer Programs. More info: summer.usc.edu
     Penn Engineering - July 2 - 22 More info: esap.seas.upenn.edu
     Duke Summer Session - summeracademy@duke.edu
     St. Johns College Summer Academy
New Scholarships are in! Come to S213 for more information.
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information. 
_____________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Monday, February 27, 2017
#122
 
General:
Attention ALL Bicyclists! HPD will be enforcing all traffic laws regarding bicycles starting this next week. Students caught in violation will be ticketed. --- Shayne Greenland
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until March 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
Attending the Senior field trip to Tiki’s fun center on Tuesday, Feb 28th? Just a reminder to meet at the O building parking lot by 8:15. There are no refunds so don't come late and miss the bus. Bring cash to purchase lunch or bring your own lunch. Wear comfortable footwear. See Nakama P40, Virtudazo D305 or Komatsu D105 if you have any questions. --- Kim Virtudazo
Seniors! Interested in singing the National Anthem or Hawaii Pono'i for graduation? Auditions will be Tuesday, March 14th in D305 after school till 3:00 PM. To sign up, please go down to D105 or D305 for a time slot. --- Brandon Komatsu
Seniors: Come and celebrate "The Last Chapter" at this year's Senior prom on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Junior prom bid sales have been extended one day… Monday during lunch and after school for 30 minutes in D106. Table selections have been moved back to a later date. Please keep an ear out for the new dates. For best information follow us on Instagram @JCHS_co_2018 or on twitter at JCHS_2018. --- Tracie Koide
Freshman/Sophomore Banquet - wait list bid purchase: Aloha students! If you missed the opportunity to turn in your form and pay for FSB - we are opening up a wait list and will take additional payments for TWO DAYS ONLY.
     • When: Wednesday March 1 and Thursday March 2
     • Where: G107 at lunch If you still need a form, you can pick up on March 1 only in G107 at lunch.
Thursday March 2 WILL be the LAST day to submit forms and payment. Remember that all attendees must have paid their dues and be clear of obligations. Please have your dress top on and ID ready when you arrive to G107. See Mrs. Archibald in S101 or Mrs. Aceret-Cruz in D309 if you have questions. --- Carrie Archibald & Lorilyn Aceret-Cruz
Ready to party all night long at a secret location on graduation night? See Mrs. Martinez in the front office, room A-7 for information on Project Graduation 2017 or go to room A-2 to pick up the PG purple forms. Sorry, this event is for the graduating class of 2017 only! --- Rowena Martinez
Why School Shirts/Dress Tops (Uniforms)? School shirts instill pride. They foster school spirit, and they build unity. They help students feel like they're part of something important, and worthwhile. Students who wear school shirts can better see and appreciate one another as equals. School shirts available at A-7. --- Rowena Martinez
 
Clubs:
Environmental Club: Meeting on Thursday, 3/2 in O202 at 2:30pm! --- Ann Pang
DECA Meeting Date: February 28, 2017 - Tuesday and March 2, 2017 - Thursday Place: Room - P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. If you are interested in running for Chapter or State Officers (DECA), and will be in a Business Career Pathway (AGES Academy), please sign-up in P-38. If you want to search of what is DECA, go to deca.org. All information about membership enrollment, national conferences, scholarships awards, competitive events, and resource materials of judging events and situations areas are as follows; Categories: Business Services, Retail Merchandising, Finance, Sports Entertainment, Restaurant Management, Food Marketing, Automotive Services, Apparel and Accessories, Accounting, Entrepreneurship and etc. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information:
Hawaii High School Automotive Academy The Hawaii High School Auto Academy targets high school students interested in the automotive industry in which they participate in an unpaid internship at a Cutter dealership in the mornings, then attend classes at Honolulu CC in the afternoon, five days a week for six weeks. Upon successful completion of the program the students will receive four college credits towards and Associates of Applied Science degree in Automotive Technology.
     Who can apply: Juniors (11) and Seniors (12)
     Program Dates: June 13, 2017 - July 21, 2017
     Requirements: Must have driver's license by June 13, 2017
If interested in the program please email autoacad@hawaii.edu for information and application.
 
College & Career Center Information:
Upcoming Presentations
     March 2 - Linfield, 11:40 am, Room G206
     March 3 - UH Hilo Admissions Presentation (Pre Orientation) 1pm-2pm, Room S-201 (Students who are accepted only)
     March 9 - Chaminade University at 11:30, Period 3, Room G206 Senior Next Step at 1:00, Period 4, Room G204 (students who are accepted or interested only)
Off Campus Presentations
     Hawaii Future Dentists Symposium & Scholarship
     OPEN TO SOPHORMORE, JUNIOR, AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS.
     DATE: FEBRUARY 25, 2017 LOCATION: PAUAHI TOWER SUITE 340, 1003 BISHOP STREET (DOWNTOWN HONOLULU)
     Please come to S213, College and Career Center for more information.
Summer Programs
     3 Days of Fashion Find Yourself at FIDM - San Diego - June 21-23, 2017, San Francisco - June 26-28, 2017 Orange County - June 26-28, 2017, Los Angeles - June 28-30, 2017 Hands on Workshops, 3 days for $300 Please come to the College and Career Center for more information
     Washington University in St. Louis Visit summerexperiences.wustl.edu for more information.
     Marlboro Pre-College Summer Program - Open to students 15-18 Find out more: www.marlboro.edu/summer
     Rhode Island School of Design June 24 - August 5, 2017. Find out more: precollege.risd.edu
     USC Summer Programs. More info: summer.usc.edu
     Penn Engineering - July 2 - 22 More info: esap.seas.upenn.edu
     Duke Summer Session - summeracademy@duke.edu
     St. Johns College Summer Academy
New Scholarships are in!
     • S-Stem at UH Hilo
     • Omega Psi Phi 2017 Scholarship
     • 100th Infantry Battalion Legacy Organization Scholarship
     • Anchor Scholarship Foundation Online Application
     • Executive Women International Scholarship Program
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Center, Room S213 for more information.  
___________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Thursday, February 23, 2017
#121
 
General:
Prom Dress Exchange this Saturday, Feb. 25 from 2-5 pm in the school cafeteria. Hair and make-up vendors will be doing mini makeovers. Everyone welcome. Bring $10 to get in and your dress to exchange for any dress you find. No dress to exchange, no problem, $20 gets you in and gets you a dress of your choice! All proceeds benefit Project Grad 2017. If you want to drop off a dress earlier please call Crystal Tackaberry at 913-547-1888. --- Project Grad 2017 Committee
Attending the Senior field trip to Tiki’s fun center on Tuesday, Feb 28th? Just a reminder to meet at the O building parking lot by 8:15. There are no refunds so don't come late and miss the bus. Bring cash to purchase lunch or bring your own lunch. Wear comfortable footwear. See Nakama P40, Virtudazo D305 or Komatsu D105 if you have any questions. --- Kim Virtudazo
Seniors! Interested in singing the National Anthem or Hawaii Pono'i for graduation? Auditions will be Tuesday, March 14th in D305 after school till 3:00 PM. To sign up, please go down to D105 or D305 for a time slot. --- Brandon Komatsu
Seniors: Come and celebrate "The Last Chapter" at this year's Senior prom on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Ready to party all night long at a secret location on graduation night? See Mrs. Martinez in the front office, room A-7 for information on Project Graduation 2017 or go to room A-2 to pick up the PG purple forms. Sorry, this event is for the graduating class of 2017 only! --- Rowena Martinez
Why School Shirts/Dress Tops (Uniforms)? School shirts instill pride. They foster school spirit, and they build unity. They help students feel like they're part of something important, and worthwhile. Students who wear school shirts can better see and appreciate one another as equals. School shirts available at A-7. --- Rowena Martinez
Join us in France during Spring Break 2018!! Parent meeting for interested students TONIGHT at 6pm in P-18. Students can see Mrs. Hashimoto (D-310), Ms. Larriva (P-18) or Ms. Belding (P-42) during non-class hours for more information and to pick up a trip flyer. Great opportunity to visit historic sites such as the Louvre Museum, Versailles, and Normandy and to experience French culture (and food!). Thinking about taking French? What a great way to try out your language skills...or to get inspired to learn a new language! --- Jennifer Hashimoto
GREAT ALOHA RUN – RESULTS! Good job and thank you to all who participated in the Great Aloha Run on Monday and to those students who participated in the Great Aloha Run High School Challenge. SABER Pride was demonstrated by all. The results: 2nd place at the Great Aloha High School Challenge out of 12 schools participating, 2nd place on the relay race at Aloha Stadium (after having run 8.6 miles)! AND 2nd place overall!!!! We also won the drawing.....so ALL THOSE PARTICIPATING IN THE GAR on Monday earned a Wet n Wild General Admission Passport good on March 11th. To claim your ticket come to N104. Only those who actually participated! --- Linda Naki
Attention Sabers! We have our upcoming event, Saber Pause for Paws. If anyone is interested in singing in groups of three, duos, or as a soloist, come down to G107 on Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 2:30pm till 3:00pm to audition. --- Student Activities
 
Clubs:
Historical Society meeting in G207, today, Thursday, February 23 during lunch recess. See you there! --- Karen Thompson
The following students will be at the CTSO Conference (DECA Competition) at the Hawaii Convention Center: Darryl J, Bea A, Kyla B, Elyssa G, Aiyanna V, Talya F, Tanner N, Taylon E, Joeylee D, Skyler A, and Sherman W. There will be no DECA meeting on February 23rd, 2017, Thursday. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
DECA Meeting Date: February 28, 2017 - Tuesday and March 2, 2017 - Thursday Place: Room - P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. If you are interested in running for Chapter or State Officers (DECA), and will be in a Business Career Pathway (AGES Academy), please sign-up in P-38. If you want to search of what is DECA, go to deca.org. All information about membership enrollment, national conferences, scholarships awards, competitive events, and resource materials of judging events and situations areas are as follows; Categories: Business Services, Retail Merchandising, Finance, Sports Entertainment, Restaurant Management, Food Marketing, Automotive Services, Apparel and Accessories, Accounting, Entrepreneurship and etc. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information:
Hawaii High School Automotive Academy The Hawaii High School Auto Academy targets high school students interested in the automotive industry in which they participate in an unpaid internship at a Cutter dealership in the mornings, then attend classes at Honolulu CC in the afternoon, five days a week for six weeks. Upon successful completion of the program the students will receive four college credits towards and Associates of Applied Science degree in Automotive Technology.
     Who can apply: Juniors (11) and Seniors (12)
     Program Dates: June 13, 2017 - July 21, 2017
     Requirements: Must have driver's license by June 13, 2017
If interested in the program please email autoacad@hawaii.edu for information and application.
 
College & Career Center Information:
Upcoming Presentations
     March 2 - Linfield, 11:40 am, Room G206
     March 3 - UH Hilo Admissions Presentation (Pre Orientation) 1pm-2pm, Room S-201
     April 12 - Central Washington, P. 2, Room S201
     April 12 - Northern Arizona, 11:10 am, Room S201
     April 13 - Colorado State University Pueblo, 2:00 pm, Room S201
Off Campus Presentations
     Hawaii Future Dentists Symposium & Scholarship
     OPEN TO SOPHORMORE, JUNIOR, AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS.
     DATE: FEBRUARY 25, 2017 LOCATION: PAUAHI TOWER SUITE 340, 1003 BISHOP STREET (DOWNTOWN HONOLULU)
     Please come to S213, College and Career Center for more information.
Summer Programs
     3 Days of Fashion Find Yourself at FIDM - San Diego - June 21-23, 2017, San Francisco - June 26-28, 2017 Orange County - June 26-28, 2017, Los Angeles - June 28-30, 2017 Hands on Workshops, 3 days for $300 Please come to the College and Career Center for more information Washington University in St. Louis Visit summerexperiences.wustl.edu for more information.
     Marlboro Pre-College Summer Program - Open to students 15-18 Find out more: www.marlboro.edu/summer
     Rhode Island School of Design June 24 - August 5, 2017. Find out more: precollege.risd.edu
     USC Summer Programs. More info: summer.usc.edu
     Penn Engineering - July 2 - 22 More info: esap.seas.upenn.edu
     Duke Summer Session - summeracademy@duke.edu
     St. Johns College Summer Academy
New Scholarships are in!
     • Stem at UH Hilo
     • Omega Psi Phi 2017 Scholarship
     • 100th Infantry Battalion Legacy Organization Scholarship
     • Anchor Scholarship Foundation Online Application
     • Executive Women International Scholarship Program
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Center, Room S213 for more information. 
___________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
#120
 
General:
Last chance.....to pick up your Honor Roll & Principal's List certificates for term 2. You have until March 1st to come to the front office, A-7 to get your personalized certificate or it will go into storage until the next HONOR'S NIGHT on April 27th! --- Renaissance
When students wear uniforms, it changes more than their look - it changes their outlook. If you need a school shirt, go to office A-7. --- Rowena Martinez
Prom Dress Exchange this Saturday, Feb. 25 from 2-5 pm in the school cafeteria. Hair and make-up vendors will be doing mini makeovers. Everyone welcome. Bring $10 to get in and your dress to exchange for any dress you find. No dress to exchange, no problem, $20 gets you in and gets you a dress of your choice! All proceeds benefit Project Grad 2017. If you want to drop off a dress earlier please call Crystal Tackaberry at 913-547-1888. --- Project Grad 2017 Committee
Seniors: Come and celebrate "The Last Chapter" at this year's Senior prom on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Junior and Seniors! Are you planning an attending the prom but are financially struggling to purchase a dress? If you are, come see Virtudazo D305 or Koide D106 by February 22nd for more information. --- Kim Virtudazo
Attention Class of 2018, ACT is one week away! If you do not have a calculator and would like to borrow one for the ACT, the following teachers will be borrowing out calculators starting on Wednesday, February 22nd during non-class hours: Ms. Murayama, D311, Ms. Leiato, D109, Ms. Ventura, P7. All calculators must be returned by Thursday, March 2nd. If not, it will result into an obligation. We have a limited amount, therefore, we recommended that you have your own calculators. Please visit act.org for a list of prohibited calculators. Please continue to do practice problems to prepare yourself for the ACT. Let's go Class of 2018! --- Geraldine Valencia
Juniors, prom is almost here! Bid sales, form pickups and obligation checks are still going until next Wed. 2/22 in D106 during lunch. After school days vary so follow us on Instagram or twitter for updated information and schedules. IG: JCHS_co_2018 Twitter: JCHS_2018 --- Tracie Koide
GREAT ALOHA RUN – RESULTS! Good job and thank you to all who participated in the Great Aloha Run on Monday and to those students who participated in the Great Aloha Run High School Challenge. SABER Pride was demonstrated by all. The results: 2nd place at the Great Aloha High School Challenge out of 12 schools participating, 2nd place on the relay race at Aloha Stadium (after having run 8.6 miles)! AND 2nd place overall!!!! We also won the drawing.....so ALL THOSE PARTICIPATING IN THE GAR on Monday earned a Wet n Wild General Admission Passport good on March 11th. To claim your ticket come to N104. Only those who actually participated! --- Linda Naki
Attention Sabers! We have our upcoming event, Saber Pause for Paws. If anyone is interested in singing in groups of three, duos, or as a soloist, come down to G107 on Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 2:30pm till 3:00pm to audition. --- Student Activities
Attention all students: Interested in running for Board of Education student representative? The duties and eligibility and qualifications are listed below. If interested, please see Mrs. Kimura-Tung in G-107 during non-class hours for application. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
 
Clubs:
• The following students will be at the CTSO Conference (DECA Competition) at the Hawaii Convention Center: Darryl J, Bea A, Kyla B, Elyssa G, Aiyanna V, Talya F, Tanner N, Taylon E, Joeylee D, Skyler A, and Sherman W. There will be no DECA meeting on February 23rd, 2017, Thursday. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
DECA Meeting Date: February 28, 2017 - Tuesday and March 2, 2017 - Thursday Place: Room - P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. If you are interested in running for Chapter or State Officers (DECA), and will be in a Business Career Pathway (AGES Academy), please sign-up in P-38. If you want to search of what is DECA, go to deca.org. All information about membership enrollment, national conferences, scholarships awards, competitive events, and resource materials of judging events and situations areas are as follows; Categories: Business Services, Retail Merchandising, Finance, Sports Entertainment, Restaurant Management, Food Marketing, Automotive Services, Apparel and Accessories, Accounting, Entrepreneurship and etc. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information:
Hawaii High School Automotive Academy The Hawaii High School Auto Academy targets high school students interested in the automotive industry in which they participate in an unpaid internship at a Cutter dealership in the mornings, then attend classes at Honolulu CC in the afternoon, five days a week for six weeks. Upon successful completion of the program the students will receive four college credits towards and Associates of Applied Science degree in Automotive Technology. Who can apply: Juniors (11) and Seniors (12) Program Dates: June 13, 2017 - July 21, 2017 Requirements: Must have driver's license by June 13, 2017 If interested in the program please email autoacad@hawaii.edu for information and application.
 
College & Career Center Information:
Today’s Presentation
     Feb 22 - Univ of North Dakota, P. 1 - Room G204, P. 2,3,4 - Room G206
Upcoming Presentations
     March 2 - Linfield, 11:40 am, Room G206
     March 3 - UH Hilo Admissions Presentation (Pre Orientation) 1pm-2pm, Room S-201
Off Campus Presentations
     Hawaii Future Dentists Symposium & Scholarship OPEN TO SOPHORMORE, JUNIOR, AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. DATE: FEBRUARY 25, 2017 LOCATION: PAUAHI TOWER SUITE 340, 1003 BISHOP STREET (DOWNTOWN HONOLULU) REGISTRATION: 7:30AM PROGRAM BEGINS: 7:45AM This event will feature a discussion by several of Hawaii's foremost dental specialists who will discuss the joys and challenges of their particular dental specialty. It is free to attend the symposium and parking will be validated. Please email Lyn Baclaan at lyn@hawaiiansmile.com to register for the symposium. ALL ATTENDING STUDENTS are invited to submit an essay of 200 words or less describing why you would like to be a dentist. The prizes are: 1st place scholarship award of $500, 2nd place $300, and 3rd place $200. The scholarship awards will be presented to the student who submits the essay, which is deemed the best by a panel of judges. All essay submissions need to be emailed to lyn@hawaiiansmile.com by February 22, 2017. The winners will be announced at the event. For more information please come to the Career/College Center in SH213.
Summer Programs
     3 Days of Fashion Find Yourself at FIDM - San Diego - June 21-23, 2017, San Francisco - June 26-28, 2017 Orange County - June 26-28, 2017, Los Angeles - June 28-30, 2017 Hands on Workshops, 3 days for $300 Please come to the College and Career Center for more information
     Washington University in St. Louis Visit summerexperiences.wustl.edu for more information.
     Marlboro Pre-College Summer Program - Open to students 15-18 Find out more: www.marlboro.edu/summer
     Rhode Island School of Design June 24 - August 5, 2017. Find out more: precollege.risd.edu
     USC Summer Programs. More info: summer.usc.edu
     Penn Engineering - July 2 - 22 More info: esap.seas.upenn.edu
     Duke Summer Session - summeracademy@duke.edu
New Scholarships are in! Please come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information.
     • S-Stem at UH Hilo
     • Omega Psi Phi 2017 Scholarship
     • 100th Infantry Battalion Legacy Organization Scholarship
     • Anchor Scholarship Foundation Online Application
     • Executive Women International Scholarship Program
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Center, Room S213 for more information.  
____________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
#119
 
General:
Last chance.....to pick up your Honor Roll & Principal's List certificates for term 2. You have until March 1st to come to the front office, A-7 to get your personalized certificate or it will go into storage until the next HONOR'S NIGHT on April 27th! --- Renaissance
When students wear uniforms, it changes more than their look - it changes their outlook. If you need a school shirt, go to office A-7. --- Rowena Martinez
Seniors: Come and celebrate "The Last Chapter" at this year's Senior prom on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Junior and Seniors! Are you planning an attending the prom but are financially struggling to purchase a dress? If you are, come see Virtudazo D305 or Koide D106 by February 22nd for more information. --- Kim Virtudazo
Attention Class of 2018, ACT is one week away! If you do not have a calculator and would like to borrow one for the ACT, the following teachers will be borrowing out calculators starting on Wednesday, February 22nd during non-class hours: Ms. Murayama, D311, Ms. Leiato, D109, Ms. Ventura, P7. All calculators must be returned by Thursday, March 2nd. If not, it will result into an obligation. We have a limited amount, therefore, we recommended that you have your own calculators. Please visit act.org for a list of prohibited calculators. Please continue to do practice problems to prepare yourself for the ACT. Let's go Class of 2018! --- Geraldine Valencia
Juniors, prom is almost here! Bid sales, form pickups and obligation checks are still going until next Wed. 2/22 in D106 during lunch. After school days vary so follow us on Instagram or twitter for updated information and schedules. IG: JCHS_co_2018 Twitter: JCHS_2018 --- Tracie Koide
Attention Sabers! We have our upcoming event, Saber Pause for Paws. If anyone is interested in singing in groups of three, duos, or as a soloist, come down to G107 on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at 2:30pm till 3:00pm to audition --- Student Activities
Attention all students: Interested in running for Board of Education student representative? The duties and eligibility and qualifications are listed below. If interested, please see Mrs. Kimura-Tung in G-107 during non-class hours for application. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
 
Clubs:
DECA Meeting Dates: February 28, Tuesday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:30 p.m. The CTSO Competition for DECA will be held on February 23-24, 2017. We are also seeking out new Chapter Officers for 2017-18. If you are in the Business Career Pathway for 2017-18, please join in on our meetings. Check out deca.org for the website to learn more about membership and areas of competition. Join in and make a difference. There will be no meetings on February 21 - Tuesday and February 23 - Thursday due to our CTSO Conference at the Hawaii Convention Center. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Tuesday’s Presentation
     Feb 22 - Univ of North Dakota, P. 1 - Room G204, P. 2,3,4 - Room G206
Upcoming Presentations
     March 2 - Linfield, 11:40 am, Room G206
     March 3 - UH Hilo Admissions Presentation (Pre Orientation) 1pm-2pm, Room S-201
     April 12 - Central Washington, P. 2, Room S201
     April 12 - Northern Arizona, 11:10 am, Room S201
     April 13 - Colorado State University Pueblo, 2:00 pm, Room S201
Summer Programs
     3 Days of Fashion Find Yourself at FIDM - San Diego - June 21-23, 2017, San Francisco - June 26-28, 2017 Orange County - June 26-28, 2017, Los Angeles - June 28-30, 2017 Hands on Workshops, 3 days for $300 Please come to the College and Career Center for more information
     Washington University in St. Louis Visit summerexperiences.wustl.edu for more information.
     Marlboro Pre-College Summer Program - Open to students 15-18 Find out more: www.marlboro.edu/summer
     Rhode Island School of Design June 24 - August 5, 2017. Find out more: precollege.risd.edu
     USC Summer Programs. More info: summer.usc.edu
     Penn Engineering - July 2 - 22 More info: esap.seas.upenn.edu
     Duke Summer Session - summeracademy@duke.edu
New Scholarships are in! Please come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information.
     • Oahu Federal Credit Union
     • Hawaii Education Association Scholarship
     • Marriman’s Restaurant Culinary Scholarship
     • Yasuko Asada Memorial College Scholarship
     • A.L. Locke Scholarship
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Center, Room S213 for more information.  
_____________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Friday, February 17, 2017
#118
 
General:
Seniors!!! Since we are not participating in the upcoming ACT day, we will be having a senior field trip to Tiki's Family Fun Center on 2/28 for laser tagging, mini golf, and mini bowling. Please pick up forms from D305 (Virtudazo), P44 (Nakama), or S101 (Archibald). The last day to turn in forms with the $20 payment is February 17. Payment will cover the entrance and busses. --- Kim Virtudazo
Seniors: Come and celebrate "The Last Chapter" at this year's Senior prom on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Junior and Seniors! Are you planning an attending the prom but are financially struggling to purchase a dress? If you are, come see Virtudazo D305 or Koide D106 by February 22nd for more information. --- Kim Virtudazo
Juniors, prom is almost here! Bid sales, form pickups and obligation checks are still going until next Wed. 2/22 in D106 during lunch. After school days vary so follow us on Instagram or twitter for updated information and schedules. IG: JCHS_co_2018 Twitter: JCHS_2018 --- Tracie Koide
What do the Eiffel Tower, Palace of Versailles, Normandy, and the Louvre Museum have in common? They're all places you could experience if you join us on a Spring Break 2018 trip to France! Come to a student informational meeting on Friday, February 17 at lunch in D-310 to find out more (price, itinerary, etc.). A parent informational meeting for those interested will be on Thursday, February 23 at 6pm in P-18. Come with us to learn about the history and culture of France! --- Jennifer Hashimoto
Attention Sabers! We have our upcoming event, Saber Pause for Paws. If anyone is interested in singing in groups of three, duos, or as a soloist, come down to G107 on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at 2:30pm till 3:00pm to audition --- Student Activities • To all interested students: All completed packets, grade checks, clearances, teacher recommendations need to be submitted by Friday, February 17, 2107 by 2:30 to G-107. Please make sure you schedule your interview with the advisors in charge of the council you plan to run for. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
Attention all students: Interested in running for Board of Education student representative? The duties and eligibility and qualifications are listed below. If interested, please see Mrs. Kimura-Tung in G-107 during non-class hours for application. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
IMPORTANT INFO FOR GAR PARTICIPANTS: Your GAR postcards (for run packet pick-up), will be mailed to the school this week. Ms. Naki and Mr. Hill in N104 will be collecting these cards and picking up your run packet (number, safety pins etc.) on Saturday, February 18th at the GAR Expo. If you plan on attending the Expo and picking up your own packet please come by N104 Friday and get your post card. The bus to the GAR on Monday (February 20th) will leave JCHS (in front of the gym) at 4:30. Participants need to be at JCHS at 3:45 to receive your T-shirt, run packet and turn in your Parents Authorization Form. If you have any questions regarding packet pick up or riding the bus on run day; see Mr. Hill or Mrs. Naki in N104. --- Linda Naki
Great Aloha Run Participants: It is almost here!! If you have not picked up your "in training" T-shirt please pick it up in N104. You will also need to complete a Student Authorization Form to ride the bus to the Aloha Towers (start of race). Come to N104 to pick up a permission slip. Remember. YOU CAN NOT RIDE THE BUS TO THE RUN WITHOUT THE FORM!!! --- Linda Naki
 
Clubs:
DECA Meeting Dates: February 28, Tuesday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:30 p.m. The CTSO Competition for DECA will be held on February 23-24, 2017. We are also seeking out new Chapter Officers for 2017-18. If you are in the Business Career Pathway for 2017-18, please join in on our meetings. Check out deca.org for the website to learn more about membership and areas of competition. Join in and make a difference. There will be no meetings on February 21 - Tuesday and February 23 - Thursday due to our CTSO Conference at the Hawaii Convention Center. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Today’s Presentations
     Feb 17 - HYCC - KUPU Summer Program, P. 4, 1:00 pm, Room O-102
Upcoming Presentations
     Feb 22 - Univ of North Dakota, P. 1 - Room G204, P. 2,3,4 - Room G206
     March 2 - Linfield, 11:40 am, Room G206
Summer Programs
     3 Days of Fashion Find Yourself at FIDM - San Diego - June 21-23, 2017, San Francisco - June 26-28, 2017 Orange County - June 26-28, 2017, Los Angeles - June 28-30, 2017 Hands on Workshops, 3 days for $300
New Scholarships are in! Please come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information.
     • Oahu Federal Credit Union
     • Hawaii Education Association Scholarship
     • Marriman’s Restaurant Culinary Scholarship
     • Yasuko Asada Memorial College Scholarship
     • A.L. Locke Scholarship
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Center, Room S213 for more information.
______________________________________________________________________________________
 
 James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Thursday, February 16, 2017
#117
 
General:
Seniors!!! Since we are not participating in the upcoming ACT day, we will be having a senior field trip to Tiki's Family Fun Center on 2/28 for laser tagging, mini golf, and mini bowling. Please pick up forms from D305 (Virtudazo), P44 (Nakama), or S101 (Archibald). The last day to turn in forms with the $20 payment is February 17. Payment will cover the entrance and busses. --- Kim Virtudazo
Seniors: Come and celebrate "The Last Chapter" at this year's Senior prom on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Junior and Seniors! Are you planning an attending the prom but are financially struggling to purchase a dress? If you are, come see Virtudazo D305 or Koide D106 by February 22nd for more information. --- Kim Virtudazo
What do the Eiffel Tower, Palace of Versailles, Normandy, and the Louvre Museum have in common? They're all places you could experience if you join us on a Spring Break 2018 trip to France! Come to a student informational meeting on Friday, February 17 at lunch in D-310 to find out more (price, itinerary, etc.). A parent informational meeting for those interested will be on Thursday, February 23 at 6pm in P-18. Come with us to learn about the history and culture of France! --- Jennifer Hashimoto
Attention Sabers! We have our upcoming event, Saber Pause for Paws. If anyone is interested in singing in groups of three, duos, or as a soloist, come down to G107 on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at 2:30pm till 3:00pm to audition --- Student Activities
To all interested students: Reminder that Thursday, February 16, 2017 is the last day to pick up Council election packets. All completed packets, grade checks, clearances, teacher recommendations need to be submitted by Friday, February 17, 2107 by 2:30 to G-107. Please make sure you schedule your interview with the advisors in charge of the council you plan to run for. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
Attention all students: Interested in running for Board of Education student representative? The duties and eligibility and qualifications are listed below. If interested, please see Mrs. Kimura-Tung in G-107 during non-class hours for application. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
Clinical Health Honors Diploma Designation: The following students are eligible to attempt to earn the CTE Clinical Health Honors Diploma Designation and must have ALL of the following completed or completing by this semester.
     • Passed Biology I or AP Biology with a B or better
     • Passed both Health Services Core and Clinical Health in sequence with a B or better
     • Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
Students who would like to attempt to earn the Clinical Health Honors Diploma Designation, please come to G-102 by Friday to sign up. We will also have an important meeting on Tuesday, April 21 in G-102 for interested students. --- Laura Harada
IMPORTANT INFO FOR GAR PARTICIPANTS: Your GAR postcards (for run packet pick-up), will be mailed to the school this week. Ms. Naki and Mr. Hill in N104 will be collecting these cards and picking up your run packet (number, safety pins etc.) on Saturday, February 18th at the GAR Expo. If you plan on attending the Expo and picking up your own packet please come by N104 Friday and get your post card. The bus to the GAR on Monday (February 20th) will leave JCHS (in front of the gym) at 4:30. Participants need to be at JCHS at 3:45 to receive your T-shirt, run packet and turn in your Parents Authorization Form. If you have any questions regarding packet pick up or riding the bus on run day; see Mr. Hill or Mrs. Naki in N104. --- Linda Naki
Great Aloha Run Participants: It is almost here!! If you have not picked up your "in training" T-shirt please pick it up in N104. You will also need to complete a Student Authorization Form to ride the bus to the Aloha Towers (start of race). Come to N104 to pick up a permission slip. Remember. YOU CAN NOT RIDE THE BUS TO THE RUN WITHOUT THE FORM!!! --- Linda Naki
To all interested students interested in running for class council or student association council: Packets will be available for pick up from February 3, 2017 during lunch and after school until February 16, 2017. All completed packets including completed grade check forms, teacher recommendations, and essay must be submitted to G-107 by 2:30 p.m. Please also schedule your interview with the respective council advisors. Packet pick for the following days will be during lunch only on February 6, 7, 9, 2017. There will be no packet pick up on February 10 and 13, 2017. In order to qualify to run for office you must meet the following requirements:
     • Submit a completed packet on time.
     • Have your teachers fill out and submit your recommendation forms (must meet the minimum required score).
     • Be passing all required subjects required for graduation and be maintaining a 2.0 GPA,
     • Be obligation free and have paid dues for all years at JCHS.
     • Complete and pass the interview by your respective council advisors
Any questions, please stop by G-107 during non-class hours. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
 
Clubs:
Historical Society meeting 2/16, Thursday, in G207. See you there. --- Karen Thompson
DECA Meeting Dates: February 16, 2017, Thursday February 28, Tuesday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:30 p.m. The CTSO Competition for DECA will be held on February 23-24, 2017. We are also seeking out new Chapter Officers for 2017-18. If you are in the Business Career Pathway for 2017-18, please join in on our meetings. Check our deca.org for the website to learn more about membership and areas of competition. Join in and make a difference. There will be no meetings on February 21 - Tuesday and February 23 - Thursday due to our CTSO Conference at the Hawaii Convention Center. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Upcoming Presentations
     Feb 17 - HYCC - KUPU Summer Program, P. 4, 1:00 pm, Room O-102
     Feb 22 - Univ of North Dakota, P. 1 - Room G204, P. 2,3,4 - Room G206
     March 2 - Linfield, 11:40 am, Room G206
     April 12 - Central Washington, P. 2, Room S201
     April 12 - Northern Arizona, 11:10 am, Room S201
     April 13 - Colorado State University Pueblo, 2:00 pm, Room S201
Summer Programs
     3 Days of Fashion Find Yourself at FIDM - San Diego - June 21-23, 2017, San Francisco - June 26-28, 2017 Orange County - June 26-28, 2017, Los Angeles - June 28-30, 2017 Hands on Workshops, 3 days for $300
New Scholarships are in! Please come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information.
     • Kaimiloa Elementary School
     • Lumana’i Awards 2017
     • 2017 American Society of Military Comptrollers (ASMC)
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Center, Room S213 for more information.
____________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
#116
 
General:
Seniors!!! Since we are not participating in the upcoming ACT day, we will be having a senior field trip to Tiki's Family Fun Center on 2/28 for laser tagging, mini golf, and mini bowling. Please pick up forms from D305 (Virtudazo), P44 (Nakama), or S101 (Archibald). The last day to turn in forms with the $20 payment is February 17. Payment will cover the entrance and busses. --- Kim Virtudazo
Seniors: Come and celebrate "The Last Chapter" at this year's Senior prom on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Junior and Seniors! Are you planning an attending the prom but are financially struggling to purchase a dress? If you are, come see Virtudazo D305 or Koide D106 by February 22nd for more information. --- Kim Virtudazo
Freshmen and Sophomore Banquet (FSB): Bid payments have been accepted since Monday February 6. TIME IS RUNNING OUT...The final day to pay is this Wednesday February 15. NO FORMS/PAYMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER 11:30am ON FEBRUARY 15. Please make sure your dues are paid and obligations are cleared or you will not be able to participate. Have your dress top on and your ID out when you arrive to G107. Event Details:
     When: Sunday March 19 @ 5pm - 10pm
     Where: The Hawaii Okinawa Center (94-587 Ukee St, Waipahu, HI 96797)
     Who: All JCHS Freshmen and Sophomores are invited, no outside guests Cost: $40 per student This is a semi-formal event (details on p. 35 of the JCHS Student Planner) and transportation is on your own. If there are any questions, please see Mrs. Archibald in S101. --- Carrie Archibald
What do the Eiffel Tower, Palace of Versailles, Normandy, and the Louvre Museum have in common? They're all places you could experience if you join us on a Spring Break 2018 trip to France! Come to a student informational meeting on Friday, February 17 at lunch in D-310 to find out more (price, itinerary, etc.). A parent informational meeting for those interested will be on Thursday, February 23 at 6pm in P-18. Come with us to learn about the history and culture of France! --- Jennifer Hashimoto
Clinical Health Honors Diploma Designation: The following students are eligible to attempt to earn the CTE Clinical Health Honors Diploma Designation and must have ALL of the following completed or completing by this semester.
     • Passed Biology I or AP Biology with a B or better
     • Passed both Health Services Core and Clinical Health in sequence with a B or better
     • Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
Students who would like to attempt to earn the Clinical Health Honors Diploma Designation, please come to G-102 by Friday to sign up. We will also have an important meeting on Tuesday, April 21 in G-102 for interested students. --- Laura Harada
IMPORTANT INFO FOR GAR PARTICIPANTS: Your GAR postcards (for run packet pick-up), will be mailed to the school this week. Ms. Naki and Mr. Hill in N104 will be collecting these cards and picking up your run packet (number, safety pins etc.) on Saturday, February 18th at the GAR Expo. If you plan on attending the Expo and picking up your own packet please come by N104 Friday and get your post card. The bus to the GAR on Monday (February 20th) will leave JCHS (in front of the gym) at 4:30. Participants need to be at JCHS at 3:45 to receive your T-shirt, run packet and turn in your Parents Authorization Form. If you have any questions regarding packet pick up or riding the bus on run day; see Mr. Hill or Mrs. Naki in N104. --- Linda Naki
Great Aloha Run Participants: It is almost here!! If you have not picked up your "in training" T-shirt please pick it up in N104. You will also need to complete a Student Authorization Form to ride the bus to the Aloha Towers (start of race). Come to N104 to pick up a permission slip. Remember. YOU CAN NOT RIDE THE BUS TO THE RUN WITHOUT THE FORM!!! --- Linda Naki
To all interested students interested in running for class council or student association council: Packets will be available for pick up from February 3, 2017 during lunch and after school until February 16, 2017. All completed packets including completed grade check forms, teacher recommendations, and essay must be submitted to G-107 by 2:30 p.m. Please also schedule your interview with the respective council advisors. Packet pick for the following days will be during lunch only on February 6, 7, 9, 2017. There will be no packet pick up on February 10 and 13, 2017. In order to qualify to run for office you must meet the following requirements:
     • Submit a completed packet on time.
     • Have your teachers fill out and submit your recommendation forms (must meet the minimum required score).
     • Be passing all required subjects required for graduation and be maintaining a 2.0 GPA,
     • Be obligation free and have paid dues for all years at JCHS.
     • Complete and pass the interview by your respective council advisors Any questions, please stop by G-107 during non-class hours. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
 
Clubs:
Historical Society meeting 2/16, Thursday, in G207. See you there. --- Karen Thompson
JCHS eSports: Meeting THIS FRIDAY, 2/17 in S-204 @ 2:20pm. There are some announcements and important information for an upcoming League of Legends Tournament. --- Geraldine Ragsac
JCHS Hikers, Our meeting on February 15 is on information regarding the Great Aloha Run including the bus ride and packet pick up info. If you miss this meeting, please get details from NJROTC in N-104. In addition, the names of our new officers will be announced. --- Sherry Cassetta
DECA Meeting Dates: February 16, 2017, Thursday February 28, Tuesday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:30 p.m. The CTSO Competition for DECA will be held on February 23-24, 2017. We are also seeking out new Chapter Officers for 2017-18. If you are in the Business Career Pathway for 2017-18, please join in on our meetings. Check our deca.org for the website to learn more about membership and areas of competition. Join in and make a difference. There will be no meetings on February 21 - Tuesday and February 23 - Thursday due to our CTSO Conference at the Hawaii Convention Center. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Upcoming Presentations
     Feb 17 - HYCC - KUPU Summer Program, P. 4, 1:00 pm, Room O-102
     Feb 22 - Univ of North Dakota, P. 1 - Room G204, P. 2,3,4 - Room G206
     March 2 - Linfield, 11:40 am, Room G206
     April 12 - Central Washington, P. 2, Room S201
     April 12 - Northern Arizona, 11:10 am, Room S201
     April 13 - Colorado State University Pueblo, 2:00 pm, Room S201
Summer Programs
     3 Days of Fashion Find Yourself at FIDM - San Diego - June 21-23, 2017, San Francisco - June 26-28, 2017 Orange County - June 26-28, 2017, Los Angeles - June 28-30, 2017 Hands on Workshops, 3 days for $300 Please come to the College and Career Center for more information
     Washington University in St. Louis Visit summerexperiences.wustl.edu for more information.
New Scholarships are in! Please come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information.
     • Kaimiloa Elementary School
     • Lumana’i Awards 2017
     • 2017 American Society of Military Comptrollers (ASMC)
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Center, Room S213 for more information.
 
_________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell
High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Tuesday, February 14, 2017
#115
 
General:
Seniors!!! Since we are not participating in the upcoming ACT day, we will be having a senior field trip to Tiki's Family Fun Center on 2/28 for laser tagging, mini golf, and mini bowling. Please pick up forms from D305 (Virtudazo), P44 (Nakama), or S101 (Archibald). The last day to turn in forms with the $20 payment is February 17. Payment will cover the entrance and busses. --- Kim Virtudazo
Seniors: Come and celebrate "The Last Chapter" at this year's Senior prom on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Junior and Seniors! Are you planning an attending the prom but are financially struggling to purchase a dress? If you are, come see Virtudazo D305 or Koide D106 by February 22nd for more information. --- Kim Virtudazo
Freshmen and Sophomore Banquet (FSB): Bid payments have been accepted since Monday February 6. TIME IS RUNNING OUT...The final day to pay is this Wednesday February 15. NO FORMS/PAYMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER 11:30am ON FEBRUARY 15. Please make sure your dues are paid and obligations are cleared or you will not be able to participate. Have your dress top on and your ID out when you arrive to G107. Event Details:
     When: Sunday March 19 @ 5pm - 10pm
     Where: The Hawaii Okinawa Center (94-587 Ukee St, Waipahu, HI 96797)
     Who: All JCHS Freshmen and Sophomores are invited, no outside guests
     Cost: $40 per student This is a semi-formal event (details on p. 35 of the JCHS Student Planner) and transportation is on your own. If there are any questions, please see Mrs. Archibald in S101. --- Carrie Archibald
IMPORTANT INFO FOR GAR PARTICIPANTS: Your GAR postcards (for run packet pick-up), will be mailed to the school this week. Ms. Naki and Mr. Hill in N104 will be collecting these cards and picking up your run packet (number, safety pins etc.) on Saturday, February 18th at the GAR Expo. If you plan on attending the Expo and picking up your own packet please come by N104 Friday and get your post card. The bus to the GAR on Monday (February 20th) will leave JCHS (in front of the gym) at 4:30. Participants need to be at JCHS at 3:45 to receive your T-shirt, run packet and turn in your Parents Authorization Form. If you have any questions regarding packet pick up or riding the bus on run day; see Mr. Hill or Mrs. Naki in N104. --- Linda Naki
Great Aloha Run Participants: It is almost here!! If you have not picked up your "in training" T-shirt please pick it up in N104. You will also need to complete a Student Authorization Form to ride the bus to the Aloha Towers (start of race). Come to N104 to pick up a permission slip. Remember. YOU CAN NOT RIDE THE BUS TO THE RUN WITHOUT THE FORM!!! --- Linda Naki
To all interested students interested in running for class council or student association council: Packets will be available for pick up from February 3, 2017 during lunch and after school until February 16, 2017. All completed packets including completed grade check forms, teacher recommendations, and essay must be submitted to G-107 by 2:30 p.m. Please also schedule your interview with the respective council advisors. Packet pick for the following days will be during lunch only on February 6, 7, 9, 2017. There will be no packet pick up on February 10 and 13, 2017. In order to qualify to run for office you must meet the following requirements:
     • Submit a completed packet on time.
     • Have your teachers fill out and submit your recommendation forms (must meet the minimum required score).
     • Be passing all required subjects required for graduation and be maintaining a 2.0 GPA,
     • Be obligation free and have paid dues for all years at JCHS.
     • Complete and pass the interview by your respective council advisors Any questions, please stop by G-107 during non-class hours. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
 
Clubs:
Best Buddies, we have a Valentine’s activity during lunch today in F-2. Come see your buddy for Valentine’s Day. --- Michael Bearis
JCHS Hikers, Our meeting on February 15 is on information regarding the Great Aloha Run including the bus ride and packet pick up info. If you miss this meeting, please get details from NJROTC in N-104. In addition, the names of our new officers will be announced. --- Sherry Cassetta
DECA Meeting Dates: February 14, Tuesday and February 16, 2017, Thursday February 28, Tuesday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:30 p.m. The CTSO Competition for DECA will be held on February 23-24, 2017. We are also seeking out new Chapter Officers for 2017-18. If you are in the Business Career Pathway for 2017-18, please join in on our meetings. Check our deca.org for the website to learn more about membership and areas of competition. Join in and make a difference. There will be no meetings on February 21 - Tuesday and February 23 - Thursday due to our CTSO Conference at the Hawaii Convention Center. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Upcoming Presentations
     Feb 17 - HYCC - KUPU Summer Program, P. 4, 1:00 pm, Room O-102
Outside Events
     Feb 9 -University of Arizona
     Feb 11 - Chaminade Open House - for students interested in the many opportunities available to them. Clarence T.C. Ching Conference Center 10:30 am - 1:30 pm Eiben Hall Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii, Manoa Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor 2454 S. Beretania St., Honolulu, HI 96826 To RSVP please email Ruben Fierros at rfierros@email.arizona.edu or vist bit.ly/wdhawaii17
New Scholarships are in! Please come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information.
     New - Kaimiloa Elementary School Lumana’i Awards 2017 2017
     American Society of Military Comptrollers (ASMC)
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Center, Room S213 for more information.
__________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Friday, February 10, 2017
#114
 
General:
Seniors!!! Since we are not participating in the upcoming ACT day, we will be having a senior field trip to Tiki's Family Fun Center on 2/28 for laser tagging, mini golf, and mini bowling. Please pick up forms from D305 (Virtudazo), P44 (Nakama), or S101 (Archibald). The last day to turn in forms with the $20 payment is February 17. Payment will cover the entrance and busses. --- Kim Virtudazo
Seniors: Come and celebrate "The Last Chapter" at this year's Senior prom on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Seniors, are you planning on attending the senior prom? Request and dedicate songs today by going on to this website http://www.hawaiieventsunlimited.com/jchssrprom.html. Remember, bid distributions begin on February 21st! --- Kim Virtudazo
Attention JUNIORS AND SENIORS! Your class councils will be showcasing the James Campbell High School Prom Fashion Show!!! We will model the inappropriate and appropriate prom fashion wear. The fashion show is a voluntary assembly on Friday, February 10 during 4th period at the gym. --- Brandon Komatsu
Jr. Prom bid sales start on wed, 2/8 in D106 during lunch. You must have cleared obligations to pay. If you need a form or need to check obligations go to D108 before standing in line to pay. $80 for JCHS students and $85 for any outside guest up to age 20. Please be patient as we will do our best to service everyone efficiently. --- Tracie Koide
Freshmen and Sophomore Banquet (FSB): Your Freshman/Sophomore banquet is coming up! What a great way to kick off your Spring Break. Besides the fun of dressing up, dancing, and taking pictures with your friends - Over $300 worth of prizes will be given away at the banquet so come join us. We will begin accepting payments on Monday February 6 and the final day to pay will be Wednesday February 15. Forms can still be picked up until Tuesday February 14. If you turn in your form and payment by FRIDAY FEB. 10, you will be entered in a drawing for a $20 Razor Sports/Concepts gift certificate. NO FORMS/PAYMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER LUNCH ON FEBRUARY 15. Please make sure your dues are paid and obligations are cleared or you will not be able to participate. Have your dress top on and your ID out when you arrive to G107. Event Details:
     • When: Sunday March 19 @ 5pm - 10pm
     • Where: The Hawaii Okinawa Center (94-587 Ukee St, Waipahu, HI 96797)
     • Who: All JCHS Freshmen and Sophomores are invited, no outside guests
     • Cost: $40 per student This is a semi-formal event (details on p. 35 of the JCHS Student Planner) and transportation is on your own. If there are any questions, please see Mrs. Archibald in S101. --- Carrie Archibald
Early College FALL 2017 Sign Ups Now! Deadline March 15 https://goo.gl/forms/Z4kuYDKrN3L4zN3s2 (if you have a phone, you can sign up now…invite your friends ^-^). --- Fay Angeles
Students and staff members, if you would like to showcase your pet/pets in our Saber Pause for Paws 2017 Calendar, then please feel free to send in your pictures to the Student Association email below. Be sure to include your name, your pet's name, and any helpful tips of pet ownership that you would like to share. Last day to send in photos will be Friday, February 10th. Email: activities@gmail.com --- Student Activities
National Alliance on Mental Illness: The JCHS HOSA, Future Health Professionals club will be spreading awareness of mental illness and promoting people seeing themselves through a positive light. Having a positive self-image and self-love boosts confidence and pushes one to not be discouraged by any negative things that may be bringing them down. Come down to G-102 during lunch on Wednesday 2/8 to Friday 2/10 and donate a $1 and take a picture with a positive affirmation. You will receive a copy of your photo and also be a part of our photo mural that will be posted in the first floor of Saber Hall on Valentine's Day. --- Laura Harada
To all interested students interested in running for class council or student association council: Packets will be available for pick up from February 3, 2017 during lunch and after school until February 16, 2017. All completed packets including completed grade check forms, teacher recommendations, and essay must be submitted to G-107 by 2:30 p.m. Please also schedule your interview with the respective council advisors. Packet pick for the following days will be during lunch only on February 6, 7, 9, 2017. There will be no packet pick up on February 10 and 13, 2017. In order to qualify to run for office you must meet the following requirements:
     • Submit a completed packet on time.
     • Have your teachers fill out and submit your recommendation forms (must meet the minimum required score).
     • Be passing all required subjects required for graduation and be maintaining a 2.0 GPA,
     • Be obligation free and have paid dues for all years at JCHS.
     • Complete and pass the interview by your respective council advisors Any questions, please stop by G-107 during non-class hours. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
To all students: Project Grad 2017 is hosting a formal dress exchange on Feb. 25 from 2-5PM in the cafeteria. Tickets are $10, bring a dress to exchange or come even if you don’t have a dress. Mac, hair and nail people will also be on hand to discuss current fashion trends. Buy tickets starting Feb. 16 in A-7. --- Crystal Tackaberry
The Mayor's Memorial Day Poster Contest will be held from February 1 - March 10, 2017. Theme: "Sew a Lei for Memorial Day" and will depict lei-making activities or ceremonial actions at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. The United States is also commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War. All entries must be submitted to the Leeward District Office by March 13, 2017. Criteria: All entries will be judged on their appeal, originality, and effectiveness in conveying the message of lei-making or Memorial Day service activities. Rules and Procedures: Create drawing on white or colored paper or poster board. Pen and ink, crayons, pastels, and/or paints may be used; there is no limit on the number of colors used. Drawings may not be computer enhanced, and no cutouts. PLEASE MAKE DRAWINGS 9" x 12" vertical or horizontal format (correct size is essential for print, judging and display purposes). Drawings are limited to one side only. Please provide the information requested in the label included. PASTE THE LABEL, OR PRINT ALL THE INFORMATION IN THE SAME FORMAT AS THE LABEL, ON THE BACK, UPPER RIGHT HAND CORNER of the poster entry. Limit of one entry per student. If you have any questions, please contact Dan Nakamoto at 768-3058 or email dnakamoto@honolulu.gov. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
 
Clubs:
Anime Club-There will be a mandatory Kawaii Kon meeting for those that are interested during lunch on Friday, February 10th. There will also be a mandatory general club meeting on Friday after school at 2:30PM. We will be discussing the fundraisers, Pause for Paws, and Ewa Makai joint outing. We will also be taking the second round of shirt money until Friday, February 10th. Hope to see you there! --- Karly Kanehiro
JCHS eSports is looking for more active members interested in playing League of Legends (LoL), Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CSGO), Overwatch, and/or Super Smash Bros. (any version as long as someone brings the console/game). Please come to S-204 during lunch or after school for more information and/or to pick up a form. Bring the signed form and $5 dues by this Fri. 2/10. --- Geraldine Ragsac
DECA Meeting Dates: February 14, Tuesday and February 16, 2017, Thursday February 28, Tuesday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:30 p.m. The CTSO Competition for DECA will be held on February 23-24, 2017. We are also seeking out new Chapter Officers for 2017-18. If you are in the Business Career Pathway for 2017-18, please join in on our meetings. Check our deca.org for the website to learn more about membership and areas of competition. Join in and make a difference. There will be no meetings on February 21 - Tuesday and February 23 - Thursday due to our CTSO Conference at the Hawaii Convention Center. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
Sports:
All those interested in trying out for this year’s boys JV and Varsity Volleyball teams, 1st day of try-outs starts today at 3:00 PM and will go on thru Friday, February 10, 2017 over in our gymnasium. Physical forms, Concussion Management forms and Parent Consent forms along with proper athletic attire and gym shoes are required in order to try out. Forms can be retrieved in the front office. If you have any questions, please contact Coach Tracie at (808)315-9088. --- Tracie Huddy Balino
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information: *** No Announcements*** 
____________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Thursday, February 9, 2017
#113
 
General: 
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until February 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
Seniors!!! Since we are not participating in the upcoming ACT day, we will be having a senior field trip to Tiki's Family Fun Center on 2/28 for laser tagging, mini golf, and mini bowling. Please pick up forms from D305 (Virtudazo), P44 (Nakama), or S101 (Archibald). The last day to turn in forms with the $20 payment is February 17. Payment will cover the entrance and busses. --- Kim Virtudazo
Seniors: Come and celebrate "The Last Chapter" at this year's Senior prom on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Seniors, are you planning on attending the senior prom? Request and dedicate songs today by going on to this website http://www.hawaiieventsunlimited.com/jchssrprom.html. Remember, bid distributions begin on February 21st! --- Kim Virtudazo
Attention JUNIORS AND SENIORS! Your class councils will be showcasing the James Campbell High School Prom Fashion Show!!! We will model the inappropriate and appropriate prom fashion wear. The fashion show is a voluntary assembly on Friday, February 10 during 4th period at the gym. --- Brandon Komatsu
Jr. Prom bid sales start on wed, 2/8 in D106 during lunch. You must have cleared obligations to pay. If you need a form or need to check obligations go to D108 before standing in line to pay. $80 for JCHS students and $85 for any outside guest up to age 20. Please be patient as we will do our best to service everyone efficiently. --- Tracie Koide
Freshmen and Sophomore Banquet (FSB): Your Freshman/Sophomore banquet is coming up! What a great way to kick off your Spring Break. Besides the fun of dressing up, dancing, and taking pictures with your friends - Over $300 worth of prizes will be given away at the banquet so come join us. We will begin accepting payments on Monday February 6 and the final day to pay will be Wednesday February 15. Forms can still be picked up until Tuesday February 14. If you turn in your form and payment by FRIDAY FEB. 10, you will be entered in a drawing for a $20 Razor Sports/Concepts gift certificate. NO FORMS/PAYMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER LUNCH ON FEBRUARY 15. Please make sure your dues are paid and obligations are cleared or you will not be able to participate. Have your dress top on and your ID out when you arrive to G107. Event Details:
     • When: Sunday March 19 @ 5pm - 10pm
     • Where: The Hawaii Okinawa Center (94-587 Ukee St, Waipahu, HI 96797)
     • Who: All JCHS Freshmen and Sophomores are invited, no outside guests
     • Cost: $40 per student This is a semi-formal event (details on p. 35 of the JCHS Student Planner) and transportation is on your own. If there are any questions, please see Mrs. Archibald in S101. --- Carrie Archibald
Early College FALL 2017 Sign Ups Now! Deadline March 15 https://goo.gl/forms/Z4kuYDKrN3L4zN3s2 (if you have a phone, you can sign up now…invite your friends ^-^). --- Fay Angeles
National Alliance on Mental Illness: The JCHS HOSA, Future Health Professionals club will be spreading awareness of mental illness and promoting people seeing themselves through a positive light. Having a positive self-image and self-love boosts confidence and pushes one to not be discouraged by any negative things that may be bringing them down. Come down to G-102 during lunch on Wednesday 2/8 to Friday 2/10 and donate a $1 and take a picture with a positive affirmation. You will receive a copy of your photo and also be a part of our photo mural that will be posted in the first floor of Saber Hall on Valentine's Day. --- Laura Harada
To all interested students interested in running for class council or student association council: Packets will be available for pick up from February 3, 2017 during lunch and after school until February 16, 2017. All completed packets including completed grade check forms, teacher recommendations, and essay must be submitted to G-107 by 2:30 p.m. Please also schedule your interview with the respective council advisors. Packet pick for the following days will be during lunch only on February 6, 7, 9, 2017. There will be no packet pick up on February 10 and 13, 2017. In order to qualify to run for office you must meet the following requirements:
     • Submit a completed packet on time.
     • Have your teachers fill out and submit your recommendation forms (must meet the minimum required score).
     • Be passing all required subjects required for graduation and be maintaining a 2.0 GPA,
     • Be obligation free and have paid dues for all years at JCHS.
     • Complete and pass the interview by your respective council advisors Any questions, please stop by G-107 during non-class hours. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
To all students: Project Grad 2017 is hosting a formal dress exchange on Feb. 25 from 2-5PM in the cafeteria. Tickets are $10, bring a dress to exchange or come even if you don’t have a dress. Mac, hair and nail people will also be on hand to discuss current fashion trends. Buy tickets starting Feb. 16 in A-7. --- Crystal Tackaberry  
The Mayor's Memorial Day Poster Contest will be held from February 1 - March 10, 2017. Theme: "Sew a Lei for Memorial Day" and will depict lei-making activities or ceremonial actions at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. The United States is also commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War. All entries must be submitted to the Leeward District Office by March 13, 2017. Criteria: All entries will be judged on their appeal, originality, and effectiveness in conveying the message of lei-making or Memorial Day service activities. Rules and Procedures: Create drawing on white or colored paper or poster board. Pen and ink, crayons, pastels, and/or paints may be used; there is no limit on the number of colors used. Drawings may not be computer enhanced, and no cutouts. PLEASE MAKE DRAWINGS 9" x 12" vertical or horizontal format (correct size is essential for print, judging and display purposes). Drawings are limited to one side only. Please provide the information requested in the label included. PASTE THE LABEL, OR PRINT ALL THE INFORMATION IN THE SAME FORMAT AS THE LABEL, ON THE BACK, UPPER RIGHT HAND CORNER of the poster entry. Limit of one entry per student. If you have any questions, please contact Dan Nakamoto at 768-3058 or email dnakamoto@honolulu.gov. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
 
Clubs:
Anime Club-There will be a mandatory Kawaii Kon meeting for those that are interested during lunch on Friday, February 10th. There will also be a mandatory general club meeting on Friday after school at 2:30PM. We will be discussing the fundraisers, Pause for Paws, and Ewa Makai joint outing. We will also be taking the second round of shirt money until Friday, February 10th. Hope to see you there! --- Karly Kanehiro
Historical society meeting Thursday in G207. --- Karen Thompson
JCHS Hikers, There is a mandatory meeting on Wednesday, February 4 during lunch in D206 for students attending this Saturday's hike to Pupukea Summit. Those on the waitlist must attend as well just in case a space opens up. We will review the information pertaining to the hike and the activity that follows that day. If you do not attend this meeting, you will be removed from the scheduled hike so that someone on the waitlist may attend. If you cannot attend the meeting on Wednesday during lunch, you must contact Mrs. Cassetta via text or phone message (my cell phone) by end of Wednesday to confirm your space. By Thursday, all those on the waitlist will be contacted regarding their hike status for Saturday. --- Sherry Cassetta
• JCHS eSports is looking for more active members interested in playing League of Legends (LoL), Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CSGO), Overwatch, and/or Super Smash Bros. (any version as long as someone brings the console/game). Please come to S-204 during lunch or after school for more information and/or to pick up a form. Bring the signed form and $5 dues by this Fri. 2/10. --- Geraldine Ragsac
DECA Meeting Dates: February 9 - Thursday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. Mahalo to the DECA officers and members who attended the Honor's Night to assist in greeting, passing out the program, refreshment, bumper stickers and clean up. There will be 12 students attending the CTSO (DECA) Conference and participating in the areas of Marketing, Retail and Business Services on February 23 and 24, 2017. Students who will be attending will be boarding the bus on February 21, 2017 and bus to depart by 4:00 p.m. and returning on February 24, 207, Friday at around 4:30-5:00 p.m. Parents or approve designated person to pick up by the JCHS Gym. We are seeking out for students who are interested in running for DECA Office for year 2017-18. We are taking in names and will run off an election in March 2017. Please sign-up in Room P-38 on Tuesday and Thursday, between 2:30- 3:00 p.m. Please check out deca.org to find out more about DECA. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports:
Attention all Females, Anyone one interested in Joining the Water Polo Team, please attend a meeting on Thursday February 9, 2017 in room K-1 @ 6pm. Invite your parent to attend also. Current Physical Examination Form and Parent Consent Release Form is required. --- Jason Paz
All those interested in trying out for this year’s boys JV and Varsity Volleyball teams, 1st day of try-outs starts today at 3:00 PM and will go on thru Friday, February 10, 2017 over in our gymnasium. Physical forms, Concussion Management forms and Parent Consent forms along with proper athletic attire and gym shoes are required in order to try out. Forms can be retrieved in the front office. If you have any questions, please contact Coach Tracie at (808)315-9088. --- Tracie Huddy Balino
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Today’s Presentations
     Feb 9 - University of Arizona, 9:30 am, Period 1, Room G206
Outside Events
     Feb 9 -University of Arizona
     Feb 11 - Chaminade Open House - for students interested in the many opportunities available to them.
New Scholarships are in! Please come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information.
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Center, Room S213 for more information.
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James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Tuesday, February 7, 2017
#111
 
General:
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until February 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
If you missed Honor's Night on February 2nd you can pick up your certificate in the front office from room A-7 at lunch and after school starting Monday, February 6. Be sure you have your school id and dress top on. Keep up the good work Sabers! --- Rowena Martinez
Honor shirts from last year are available for $1, small only. Go to A-7 to get the 2015-2016 Honor shirt while they last! --- Rowena Martinez • Need a new school shirt? Go to A-7. Need to borrow a school shirt? See Ms. Hosino (A-21), Ms. Kabasawa (A-6) or Ms. Quisano (D-111). --- Rowena Martinez
Seniors!!! Since we are not participating in the upcoming ACT day, we will be having a senior field trip to Tiki's Family Fun Center on 2/28 for laser tagging, mini golf, and mini bowling. Please pick up forms from D305 (Virtudazo), P44 (Nakama), or S101 (Archibald). The last day to turn in forms with the $20 payment is February 17. Payment will cover the entrance and busses. --- Kim Virtudazo
Seniors: Come and celebrate "The Last Chapter" at this year's Senior prom on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Seniors, are you planning on attending the senior prom? Request and dedicate songs today by going on to this website http://www.hawaiieventsunlimited.com/jchssrprom.html. Remember, bid distributions begin on February 21st! --- Kim Virtudazo
Attention JUNIORS AND SENIORS! Your class councils will be showcasing the James Campbell High School Prom Fashion Show!!! We will model the inappropriate and appropriate prom fashion wear. The fashion show is a voluntary assembly on Friday, February 10 during 4th period at the gym. --- Brandon Komatsu
Juniors, prom forms and obligation checks start on Wed, 2/1 in D106 during lunch. Bid sales will start next Wed, 2/8 in D106 during lunch. You must have clear obligations to purchase a bid, so pick up your form and get your obligations cleared this week. See you all soon!!!! --- Tracie Koide
Freshmen and Sophomore Banquet (FSB): Your Freshman/Sophomore banquet is coming up! What a great way to kick off your Spring Break. Besides the fun of dressing up, dancing, and taking pictures with your friends - Over $300 worth of prizes will be given away at the banquet so come join us. We will begin accepting payments on Monday February 6 and the final day to pay will be Wednesday February 15. Forms can still be picked up until Tuesday February 14. If you turn in your form and payment by FRIDAY FEB. 10, you will be entered in a drawing for a $20 Razor Sports/Concepts gift certificate. NO FORMS/PAYMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER LUNCH ON FEBRUARY 15. Please make sure your dues are paid and obligations are cleared or you will not be able to participate. Have your dress top on and your ID out when you arrive to G107. Event Details:
     • When: Sunday March 19 @ 5pm - 10pm
     • Where: The Hawaii Okinawa Center (94-587 Ukee St, Waipahu, HI 96797)
     • Who: All JCHS Freshmen and Sophomores are invited, no outside guests
     • Cost: $40 per student This is a semi-formal event (details on p. 35 of the JCHS Student Planner) and transportation is on your own. If there are any questions, please see Mrs. Archibald in S101. --- Carrie Archibald
National Alliance on Mental Illness: The JCHS HOSA, Future Health Professionals club will be spreading awareness of mental illness and promoting people seeing themselves through a positive light. Having a positive self-image and self-love boosts confidence and pushes one to not be discouraged by any negative things that may be bringing them down. Come down to G-102 during lunch on Wednesday 2/8 to Friday 2/10 and donate a $1 and take a picture with a positive affirmation. You will receive a copy of your photo and also be a part of our photo mural that will be posted in the first floor of Saber Hall on Valentine's Day. --- Laura Harada
To all interested students interested in running for class council or student association council: Packets will be available for pick up from February 3, 2017 during lunch and after school until February 16, 2017. All completed packets including completed grade check forms, teacher recommendations, and essay must be submitted to G-107 by 2:30 p.m. Please also schedule your interview with the respective council advisors. Packet pick for the following days will be during lunch only on February 6, 7, 9, 2017. There will be no packet pick up on February 10 and 13, 2017. In order to qualify to run for office you must meet the following requirements:
     • Submit a completed packet on time.
     • Have your teachers fill out and submit your recommendation forms (must meet the minimum required score).
     • Be passing all required subjects required for graduation and be maintaining a 2.0 GPA,
     • Be obligation free and have paid dues for all years at JCHS.
     • Complete and pass the interview by your respective council advisors Any questions, please stop by G-107 during non-class hours. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
To all students: Project Grad 2017 is hosting a formal dress exchange on Feb. 25 from 2-5PM in the cafeteria. Tickets are $10, bring a dress to exchange or come even if you don’t have a dress. Mac, hair and nail people will also be on hand to discuss current fashion trends. Buy tickets starting Feb. 16 in A-7. --- Crystal Tackaberry
The Mayor's Memorial Day Poster Contest will be held from February 1 - March 10, 2017. Theme: "Sew a Lei for Memorial Day" and will depict lei-making activities or ceremonial actions at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. The United States is also commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War. All entries must be submitted to the Leeward District Office by March 13, 2017. Criteria: All entries will be judged on their appeal, originality, and effectiveness in conveying the message of lei-making or Memorial Day service activities. Rules and Procedures: Create drawing on white or colored paper or poster board. Pen and ink, crayons, pastels, and/or paints may be used; there is no limit on the number of colors used. Drawings may not be computer enhanced, and no cutouts. PLEASE MAKE DRAWINGS 9" x 12" vertical or horizontal format (correct size is essential for print, judging and display purposes). Drawings are limited to one side only. Please provide the information requested in the label included. PASTE THE LABEL, OR PRINT ALL THE INFORMATION IN THE SAME FORMAT AS THE LABEL, ON THE BACK, UPPER RIGHT HAND CORNER of the poster entry. Limit of one entry per student. If you have any questions, please contact Dan Nakamoto at 768-3058 or email dnakamoto@honolulu.gov. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
 
Clubs:
Historical society meeting Thursday in G207. --- Karen Thompson
JCHS Hikers, There is a mandatory meeting on Wednesday, February 4 during lunch in D206 for students attending this Saturday's hike to Pupukea Summit. Those on the waitlist must attend as well just in case a space opens up. We will review the information pertaining to the hike and the activity that follows that day. If you do not attend this meeting, you will be removed from the scheduled hike so that someone on the waitlist may attend. If you cannot attend the meeting on Wednesday during lunch, you must contact Mrs. Cassetta via text or phone message (my cell phone) by end of Wednesday to confirm your space. By Thursday, all those on the waitlist will be contacted regarding their hike status for Saturday. --- Sherry Cassetta
JCHS eSports is looking for more active members interested in playing League of Legends (LoL), Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CSGO), Overwatch, and/or Super Smash Bros. (any version as long as someone brings the console/game). Please come to S-204 during lunch or after school for more information and/or to pick up a form. Bring the signed form and $5 dues by this Fri. 2/10. --- Geraldine Ragsac
DECA Meeting Dates: February 7 - Tuesday and February 9 - Thursday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. Mahalo to the DECA officers and members who attended the Honor's Night to assist in greeting, passing out the program, refreshment, bumper stickers and clean up. There will be 12 students attending the CTSO (DECA) Conference and participating in the areas of Marketing, Retail and Business Services on February 23 and 24, 2017. Students who will be attending will be boarding the bus on February 21, 2017 and bus to depart by 4:00 p.m. and returning on February 24, 207, Friday at around 4:30-5:00 p.m. Parents or approve designated person to pick up by the JCHS Gym. We are seeking out for students who are interested in running for DECA Office for year 2017-18. We are taking in names and will run off an election in March 2017. Please sign-up in Room P-38 on Tuesday and Thursday, between 2:30- 3:00 p.m. Please check out deca.org to find out more about DECA. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports:
Attention all Females, Anyone one interested in Joining the Water Polo Team, please attend a meeting on Thursday February 9, 2017 in room K-1 @ pm. Invite your parent to attend also. Current Physical Examination Form and Parent Consent Release Form is required. --- Jason Paz
All those interested in trying out for this year’s boys JV and Varsity Volleyball teams, 1st day of try-outs starts today at 3:00 PM and will go on thru Friday, February 10, 2017 over in our gymnasium. Physical forms, Concussion Management forms and Parent Consent forms along with proper athletic attire and gym shoes are required in order to try out. Forms can be retrieved in the front office. If you have any questions, please contact Coach Tracie at (808)315-9088. --- Tracie Huddy Balino
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Upcoming College Presentations
     Feb 8 - UH West Oahu onsite Admissions 8:00 - 1:30, Room S112 Be sure to visit the College & Career Center to sign up & pick up forms
     Feb 9 - University of Arizona, 9:30 am, Period 1, Room G206 March 2 - Linfield, 11:40 am, Room G206
New Scholarships are in! Please come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information.
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Center, Room S213 for more information. 
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James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Monday, February 6, 2017
#110
 
General:
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until February 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
If you missed Honor's Night on February 2nd you can pick up your certificate in the front office from room A-7 at lunch and after school starting Monday, February 6. Be sure you have your school id and dress top on. Keep up the good work Sabers! --- Rowena Martinez
Honor shirts from last year are available for $1, small only. Go to A-7 to get the 2015-2016 Honor shirt while they last! --- Rowena Martinez • Need a new school shirt? Go to A-7. Need to borrow a school shirt? See Ms. Hosino (A-21), Ms. Kabasawa (A-6) or Ms. Quisano (D-111). --- Rowena Martinez
Seniors!!! Since we are not participating in the upcoming ACT day, we will be having a senior field trip to Tiki's Family Fun Center on 2/28 for laser tagging, mini golf, and mini bowling. Please pick up forms from D305 (Virtudazo), P44 (Nakama), or S101 (Archibald). The last day to turn in forms with the $20 payment is February 17. Payment will cover the entrance and busses. --- Kim Virtudazo
Seniors: Come and celebrate "The Last Chapter" at this year's Senior prom on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Seniors, are you planning on attending the senior prom? Request and dedicate songs today by going on to this website http://www.hawaiieventsunlimited.com/jchssrprom.html. Remember, bid distributions begin on February 21st! --- Kim Virtudazo
Attention JUNIORS AND SENIORS! Your class councils will be showcasing the James Campbell High School Prom Fashion Show!!! We will model the inappropriate and appropriate prom fashion wear. The fashion show is a voluntary assembly on Friday, February 10 during 4th period at the gym. --- Brandon Komatsu
Juniors, prom forms and obligation checks start on Wed, 2/1 in D106 during lunch. Bid sales will start next Wed, 2/8 in D106 during lunch. You must have clear obligations to purchase a bid, so pick up your form and get your obligations cleared this week. See you all soon!!!! --- Tracie Koide
Freshmen and Sophomore Banquet (FSB): Your Freshman/Sophomore banquet is coming up! What a great way to kick off your Spring Break. Besides the fun of dressing up, dancing, and taking pictures with your friends - Over $300 worth of prizes will be given away at the banquet so come join us. We will begin accepting payments on Monday February 6 and the final day to pay will be Wednesday February 15. Forms can still be picked up until Tuesday February 14. If you turn in your form and payment by FRIDAY FEB. 10, you will be entered in a drawing for a $20 Razor Sports/Concepts gift certificate. NO FORMS/PAYMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER LUNCH ON FEBRUARY 15. Please make sure your dues are paid and obligations are cleared or you will not be able to participate. Have your dress top on and your ID out when you arrive to G107. Event Details:
     • When: Sunday March 19 @ 5pm - 10pm
     • Where: The Hawaii Okinawa Center (94-587 Ukee St, Waipahu, HI 96797)
     • Who: All JCHS Freshmen and Sophomores are invited, no outside guests
     • Cost: $40 per student This is a semi-formal event (details on p. 35 of the JCHS Student Planner) and transportation is on your own. If there are any questions, please see Mrs. Archibald in S101. --- Carrie Archibald
To all interested students interested in running for class council or student association council: Packets will be available for pick up from February 3, 2017 during lunch and after school until February 16, 2017. All completed packets including completed grade check forms, teacher recommendations, and essay must be submitted to G-107 by 2:30 p.m. Please also schedule your interview with the respective council advisors. Packet pick for the following days will be during lunch only on February 6, 7, 9, 2017. There will be no packet pick up on February 10 and 13, 2017. In order to qualify to run for office you must meet the following requirements:
     • Submit a completed packet on time.
     • Have your teachers fill out and submit your recommendation forms (must meet the minimum required score).
     • Be passing all required subjects required for graduation and be maintaining a 2.0 GPA,
     • Be obligation free and have paid dues for all years at JCHS.
     • Complete and pass the interview by your respective council advisors Any questions, please stop by G-107 during non-class hours. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
To all students: Project Grad 2017 is hosting a formal dress exchange on Feb. 25 from 2-5PM in the cafeteria. Tickets are $10, bring a dress to exchange or come even if you don’t have a dress. Mac, hair and nail people will also be on hand to discuss current fashion trends. Buy tickets starting Feb. 16 in A-7. --- Crystal Tackaberry
The Mayor's Memorial Day Poster Contest will be held from February 1 - March 10, 2017. Theme: "Sew a Lei for Memorial Day" and will depict lei-making activities or ceremonial actions at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. The United States is also commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War. All entries must be submitted to the Leeward District Office by March 13, 2017. Criteria: All entries will be judged on their appeal, originality, and effectiveness in conveying the message of lei-making or Memorial Day service activities. Rules and Procedures: Create drawing on white or colored paper or poster board. Pen and ink, crayons, pastels, and/or paints may be used; there is no limit on the number of colors used. Drawings may not be computer enhanced, and no cutouts. PLEASE MAKE DRAWINGS 9" x 12" vertical or horizontal format (correct size is essential for print, judging and display purposes). Drawings are limited to one side only. Please provide the information requested in the label included. PASTE THE LABEL, OR PRINT ALL THE INFORMATION IN THE SAME FORMAT AS THE LABEL, ON THE BACK, UPPER RIGHT HAND CORNER of the poster entry. Limit of one entry per student. If you have any questions, please contact Dan Nakamoto at 768-3058 or email dnakamoto@honolulu.gov. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
 
Clubs: *** No Announcements***
 
Sports:
All those interested in trying out for this year’s boys JV and Varsity Volleyball teams, 1st day of try-outs starts today at 3:00 PM and will go on thru Friday, February 10, 2017 over in our gymnasium. Physical forms, Concussion Management forms and Parent Consent forms along with proper athletic attire and gym shoes are required in order to try out. Forms can be retrieved in the front office. If you have any questions, please contact Coach Tracie at (808)315-9088. --- Tracie Huddy Balino
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Upcoming College Presentations
     Feb 8 - UH West Oahu onsite Admissions 8:00 - 1:30, Room S112 Be sure to visit the College & Career Center to sign up & pick up forms
     Feb 9 - University of Arizona, 9:30 am, Period 1, Room G206
     March 2 - Linfield, 11:40 am, Room G206
Outside Events
     Feb 9 -University of Arizona Feb 11 - Chaminade Open House Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii, Manoa Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor 2454 S. Beretania St., Honolulu, HI 96826 To RSVP please email Ruben Fierros at rfierros@email.arizona.edu or visit bit.ly/wdhawaii17
Summer Programs
     3 Days of Fashion Find Yourself at FIDM - San Diego - June 21-23, 2017, San Francisco - June 26-28, 2017 Orange County - June 26-28, 2017, Los Angeles - June 28-30, 2017 Hands on Workshops, 3 days for $300 Please come to the College and Career Center for more information
     Washington University in St. Louis Visit summerexperiences.wustl.edu for more information.
New Scholarships are in! Please come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information.
     • Fukunaga Scholarship Foundation
     • Kiewit Scholarship Checklist
     • Visionary Scholarship Program
     • HMSA Kaimana Awards & Scholarship Program
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Center, Room S213 for more information. 
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James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Thursday, February 2, 2017
#108
 
General:
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until February 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
Seniors!!! Since we are not participating in the upcoming ACT day, we will be having a senior field trip to Tiki's Family Fun Center on 2/28 for laser tagging, mini golf, and mini bowling. Please pick up forms from D305 (Virtudazo), P44 (Nakama), or S101 (Archibald). The last day to turn in forms with the $20 payment is February 17. Payment will cover the entrance and busses. --- Kim Virtudazo
Senior Luau Participants: The dress code guidelines can be found in the planner on page 36.
     • Collared/Polo/Aloha Shirts (long or short sleeve, must have collar)
     • Long pants or shorts (No jeans)
     • Dresses mid-thigh or longer (no cleavage or midriff)
     • Clean sandals and/or covered toe shoes (no slippers)
     • ***Aloha print dress or outfits***
If you have any questions please see Mr. Komatsu aka DJ Mats (D-105) Marcus Nakama aka Grandpa (P40) or Mrs. Virtudazo aka Mamma V (D-305). --- Brandon Komatsu
Seniors, are you planning on attending the senior prom? Request and dedicate songs today by going on to this website http://www.hawaiieventsunlimited.com/jchssrprom.html. Remember, bid distributions begin on February 21st! --- Kim Virtudazo
The Senior class is looking for Tropical Flower donations for Senior Luau. If you or your family have red or pink gingers, bird of paradise flowers, red or green ti leafs and or monstera leafs please come down to D105 and let us know what you can donate. The drop off dates will be February 1-3 in D105. --- Brandon Komatsu
Attention JUNIORS AND SENIORS! Your class councils will be showcasing the James Campbell High School Prom Fashion Show!!! We will model the inappropriate and appropriate prom fashion wear. The fashion show is a voluntary assembly on Friday, February 10 during 4th period at the gym. --- Brandon Komatsu
Juniors, prom forms and obligation checks start on Wed, 2/1 in D106 during lunch. Bid sales will start next Wed, 2/8 in D106 during lunch. You must have clear obligations to purchase a bid, so pick up your form and get your obligations cleared this week. See you all soon!!!! --- Tracie Koide
Freshmen and Sophomore Banquet (FSB): Your Freshman/Sophomore banquet is coming up! What a great way to kick off your Spring Break. Form pick-up begins TODAY, FEBRUARY 1 - LUNCH ONLY IN G107. We will begin accepting payments on Monday February 6 and the final day to pay will be Wednesday February 15. NO FORMS/PAYMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER LUNCH ON FEBRUARY 15. Please make sure your dues are paid and obligations are cleared or you will not be able to participate. Event Details:
     • When: Sunday March 19 @ 5pm - 10pm
     • Where: The Hawaii Okinawa Center (94-587 Ukee St, Waipahu, HI 96797)
     • Who: All JCHS Freshmen and Sophomores are invited, no outside guests
     • Cost: $40 per student
This is a semi-formal event (details on p. 35 of the JCHS Student Planner) and transportation is on your own. If there are any questions, please see Mrs. Archibald in S101. --- Carrie Archibald
Blood Drive: The on-campus Blood Drive that was originally scheduled for the beginning of February has been canceled due to Blood Mobile maintenance. The Blood Bank will be coming to the Pause for Paws event on Sat. March 4 and our next in school Blood Drive will be in April. Thank-you to all of you who signed up for appointments in advance. We hope you are able to either donate at the Pause for Paws event or in April. We will keep you posted on the date. --- Laura Harada
It is never too early to begin preparing for your future. We will be offering a free after school ASVAB prep course through the 21st CCLC program. This is an opportunity for students to develop test-taking skills and content knowledge to improve success on the ASVAB. The ASVAB is an aptitude test students are required to take if interested in going into the Air Force, Navy, Army, Marines, or Coast Guard. The military uses your test scores to determine the military occupational specialties you qualify for. Go to D206 for more information and to pick up the registration form. Classes are beginning, so register soon. --- Sherry Cassetta
The Mayor's Memorial Day Poster Contest will be held from February 1 - March 10, 2017. Theme: "Sew a Lei for Memorial Day" and will depict lei-making activities or ceremonial actions at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. The United States is also commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War. All entries must be submitted to the Leeward District Office by March 13, 2017. Criteria: All entries will be judged on their appeal, originality, and effectiveness in conveying the message of lei-making or Memorial Day service activities. Rules and Procedures: Create drawing on white or colored paper or poster board. Pen and ink, crayons, pastels, and/or paints may be used; there is no limit on the number of colors used. Drawings may not be computer enhanced, and no cutouts. PLEASE MAKE DRAWINGS 9" x 12" vertical or horizontal format (correct size is essential for print, judging and display purposes). Drawings are limited to one side only. Please provide the information requested in the label included. PASTE THE LABEL, OR PRINT ALL THE INFORMATION IN THE SAME FORMAT AS THE LABEL, ON THE BACK, UPPER RIGHT HAND CORNER of the poster entry. Limit of one entry per student. If you have any questions, please contact Dan Nakamoto at 768-3058 or email dnakamoto@honolulu.gov. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
 
Clubs:
JPN club meeting THURS p24 afterschool. --- Amy Rabago
Are you feeling unconfident and want like to build self-confidence? Looking to lose some weight? Are you interested in making new friends? Are you interested in learning a martial art and/or competing? The Jiu Jitsu club is having a meeting this Friday after school in the N building mat room. We will be discussing afternoon practices, training, upcoming NAGA competition, and more. --- Jed Uson
Environmental Club: Mandatory meeting this Thursday, February 2 in O202 at 2:30pm! See you there. --- Ann Pang
JCHS eSports is looking for more active members interested in playing League of Legends (LoL), Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CSGO), Overwatch, and Super Smash Bros. (any version as long as someone brings the console/game). Please come to S-204 during lunch or after school for more information and/or to pick up a form. Bring the signed form and $5 dues by this Fri. 2/3. --- Geraldine Ragsac
 
Sports:
All those interested in trying out for this year’s boys JV/Varsity Volleyball team: Try outs will begin Monday February 6, 2016 through Friday February 10, 2017. I am also holding off season training and conditioning if anyone should be interested. If interested, please meet after school on Friday January 27, 2017 over at the high school gymnasium. We will actually be having conditioning that day as well. Please remember that student-athletes must have all forms necessary completed and signed in order to participate, and they are:
     • Physical Form
     • Concussion Management Form
     • Parent/Student Consent Form
These forms may be picked up in front office A building across of attendance window. --- Tracie Balino
DECA Meetings Dates: February 2, 2017 - Thursday Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. Place: P-38 We are welcoming new members to join DECA and also searching for students who are interested in running for DECA Chapter/State Officers for, year 2017-18. Please join in our meetings which is held on Tuesday and Thursday in P-38. The DECA Club with be participating on February 2, 2017 - Thursday to assist in the Honor's Night Celebration. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Today’s Presentation
     Feb 2 - Western Oregon University, Period 3, Room G206 On Site Admissions (Seniors Only), Period 4 till 3pm, Room S112
Upcoming College Presentations
     Feb 8 - UH West Oahu onsite Admissions 8:00 - 1:30, Room S112
     Feb 9 - University of Arizona, 9:30 am, Period 1, Room G206
     March 2 - Linfield, 11:40 am, Room G206
Outside Events
     Feb 9 -University of Arizona Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii, Manoa Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor 2454 S. Beretania St., Honolulu, HI 96826 To RSVP please email Ruben Fierros at rfierros@email.arizona.edu or vist bit.ly/wdhawaii17 Learn about our world -class academics and research, the great college town of Tucson, the Bear Down school spirit, and student life.
New Scholarships are in! Please come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information.
     • Fukunaga Scholarship Foundation
     • Keiwit Scholarship Checklist
     • Visionary Scholarship Program
     • HMSA Kaimana Awards & Scholarship Program
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information. 
_________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
#107
 
General:
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until February 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
Senior Luau Participants: The dress code guidelines can be found in the planner on page 36.
     • Collared/Polo/Aloha Shirts (long or short sleeve, must have collar)
     • Long pants or shorts (No jeans)
     • Dresses mid-thigh or longer (no cleavage or midriff)
     • Clean sandals and/or covered toe shoes (no slippers)
     • ***Aloha print dress or outfits***
If you have any questions please see Mr. Komatsu aka DJ Mats (D-105) Marcus Nakama aka Grandpa (P40) or Mrs. Virtudazo aka Mamma V (D-305). --- Brandon Komatsu
Seniors, are you planning on attending the senior prom? Request and dedicate songs today by going on to this website http://www.hawaiieventsunlimited.com/jchssrprom.html. Remember, bid distributions begin on February 21st! --- Kim Virtudazo
The Senior class is looking for Tropical Flower donations for Senior Luau. If you or your family have red or pink gingers, bird of paradise flowers, red or green ti leafs and or monstera leafs please come down to D105 and let us know what you can donate. The drop off dates will be February 1-3 in D105. --- Brandon Komatsu
Attention Seniors! The Senior prom will be held on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Juniors, prom forms and obligation checks start on Wed, 2/1 in D106 during lunch. Bid sales will start next Wed, 2/8 in D106 during lunch. You must have clear obligations to purchase a bid, so pick up your form and get your obligations cleared this week. See you all soon!!!! --- Tracie Koide
Freshmen and Sophomore Banquet (FSB): Your Freshman/Sophomore banquet is coming up! What a great way to kick off your Spring Break. Form pick-up begins TODAY, FEBRUARY 1 - LUNCH ONLY IN G107. We will begin accepting payments on Monday February 6 and the final day to pay will be Wednesday February 15. NO FORMS/PAYMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER LUNCH ON FEBRUARY 15. Please make sure your dues are paid and obligations are cleared or you will not be able to participate. Event Details:
     • When: Sunday March 19 @ 5pm - 10pm
     • Where: The Hawaii Okinawa Center (94-587 Ukee St, Waipahu, HI 96797)
     • Who: All JCHS Freshmen and Sophomores are invited, no outside guests
     • Cost: $40 per student This is a semi-formal event (details on p. 35 of the JCHS Student Planner) and transportation is on your own. If there are any questions, please see Mrs. Archibald in S101. --- Carrie Archibald
Early College FALL 2017 Sign Ups Now! https://goo.gl/forms/Z4kuYDKrN3L4zN3s2 (if you have a phone, you can sign up now…invite your friends ^-^) Earn credits for both high school & college, Classes are FREE, See your Counselor for more info. --- Fay Angeles
Blood Drive: The on-campus Blood Drive that was originally scheduled for the beginning of February has been canceled due to Blood Mobile maintenance. The Blood Bank will be coming to the Pause for Paws event on Sat. March 4 and our next in school Blood Drive will be in April. Thank-you to all of you who signed up for appointments in advance. We hope you are able to either donate at the Pause for Paws event or in April. We will keep you posted on the date. --- Laura Harada
Students and staff members, if you would like to showcase your pet/pets in our Saber Pause for Paws 2017 Calendar, then please feel free to send in your pictures to the Student Association email below. Be sure to include your name, your pet's name, and any helpful tips of pet ownership that you would like to share. Last day to send in photos will be Friday, February 10th. Email: activities@gmail.com --- Students Activities
It is never too early to begin preparing for your future. We will be offering a free after school ASVAB prep course through the 21st CCLC program. This is an opportunity for students to develop test-taking skills and content knowledge to improve success on the ASVAB. The ASVAB is an aptitude test students are required to take if interested in going into the Air Force, Navy, Army, Marines, or Coast Guard. The military uses your test scores to determine the military occupational specialties you qualify for. Go to D206 for more information and to pick up the registration form. Classes are beginning, so register soon. --- Sherry Cassetta
The Mayor's Memorial Day Poster Contest will be held from February 1 - March 10, 2017. Theme: "Sew a Lei for Memorial Day" and will depict lei-making activities or ceremonial actions at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. The United States is also commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War. All entries must be submitted to the Leeward District Office by March 13, 2017. Criteria: All entries will be judged on their appeal, originality, and effectiveness in conveying the message of lei-making or Memorial Day service activities. Rules and Procedures: Create drawing on white or colored paper or poster board. Pen and ink, crayons, pastels, and/or paints may be used; there is no limit on the number of colors used. Drawings may not be computer enhanced, and no cutouts. PLEASE MAKE DRAWINGS 9" x 12" vertical or horizontal format (correct size is essential for print, judging and display purposes). Drawings are limited to one side only. Please provide the information requested in the label included. PASTE THE LABEL, OR PRINT ALL THE INFORMATION IN THE SAME FORMAT AS THE LABEL, ON THE BACK, UPPER RIGHT HAND CORNER of the poster entry. Limit of one entry per student. If you have any questions, please contact Dan Nakamoto at 768-3058 or email dnakamoto@honolulu.gov. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
 
Clubs:
Aloha JCHS Hikers, Next meeting is on Wednesday, February1 in D206 during lunch. Agenda items include nominations for SY7-18 officers and club shirt, Pupukea hike list finalized, end-of-the-year social, and GAR announcements. If you are on the Pupukea hike list, the mandatory meeting is on Wednesday, February 8th. --- Sherry Cassetta
Are you feeling unconfident and want like to build self-confidence? Looking to lose some weight? Are you interested in making new friends? Are you interested in learning a martial art and/or competing? The Jiu Jitsu club is having a meeting this Friday after school in the N building mat room. We will be discussing afternoon practices, training, upcoming NAGA competition, and more. --- Jed Uson
Pacific Asian Affairs Council Club (PAAC): Meeting today 2/1/17 after school in room P5. Open enrollment is still going on. If you are interested in travel learning from different cultures and doing service learning projects this is the club for you. More info look at www.paachawaii.org --- Michael Lum
Environmental Club: Mandatory meeting this Thursday, February 2 in O202 at 2:30pm! See you there. --- Ann Pang
JCHS eSports is looking for more active members interested in playing League of Legends (LoL), Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CSGO), Overwatch, and Super Smash Bros. (any version as long as someone brings the console/game). Please come to S-204 during lunch or after school for more information and/or to pick up a form. Bring the signed form and $5 dues by this Fri. 2/3. --- Geraldine Ragsac
 
Sports:
Aloha Lady Sabers! The Girls Track team will be having a meeting Wednesday 2/1 to discuss this upcoming season. Please report to the track at 3pm for this meeting. If you are unable to make the meeting please visit Coach Hanakahi at P-21 for more information. We look forward to seeing you there! --- Michael Hanakahi
All those interested in trying out for this year’s boys JV/Varsity Volleyball team: Try outs will begin Monday February 6, 2016 through Friday February 10, 2017. I am also holding off season training and conditioning if anyone should be interested. If interested, please meet after school on Friday January 27, 2017 over at the high school gymnasium. We will actually be having conditioning that day as well. Please remember that student-athletes must have all forms necessary completed and signed in order to participate, and they are:
     • Physical Form
     • Concussion Management Form
     • Parent/Student Consent Form
These forms may be picked up in front office A building across of attendance window. --- Tracie Balino
DECA Meetings Dates: February 2, 2017 - Thursday Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. Place: P-38 We are welcoming new members to join DECA and also searching for students who are interested in running for DECA Chapter/State Officers for, year 2017-18. Please join in our meetings which is held on Tuesday and Thursday in P-38. The DECA Club with be participating on February 2, 2017 - Thursday to assist in the Honor's Night Celebration. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information: *** No Announcements***  
 
_______________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
#106
 
General:
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until February 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
Congratulations to the 1,192 students on the Honor Roll & Principal's List. In recognition of student academic accomplishments, a certificate presentation will be held on Thursday, February 2nd at 6:00 pm in the Campbell Gymnasium for HONOR'S NIGHT. All students with a 3.5 GPA for 1st semester will be honored. Good job Sabers! --- Rowena Martinez
Senior Luau Participants: The dress code guidelines can be found in the planner on page 36.
     • Collared/Polo/Aloha Shirts (long or short sleeve, must have collar)
     • Long pants or shorts (No jeans)
     • Dresses mid-thigh or longer (no cleavage or midriff)
     • Clean sandals and/or covered toe shoes (no slippers)
     • ***Aloha print dress or outfits***
If you have any questions please see Mr. Komatsu aka DJ Mats (D-105) or Mrs. Virtudazo aka Mamma V (D-305). --- Brandon Komatsu
Seniors, are you planning on attending the senior prom? Request and dedicate songs today by going on to this website http://www.hawaiieventsunlimited.com/jchssrprom.html. Remember, bid distributions begin on February 21st! --- Kim Virtudazo
The Senior class is looking for Tropical Flower donations for Senior Luau. If you or your family have red or pink gingers, bird of paradise flowers, red or green ti leafs and or monstera leafs please come down to D105 and let us know what you can donate. The drop off dates will be February 1-3 in D105. --- Brandon Komatsu
Attention Seniors! The Senior prom will be held on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Juniors, prom forms and obligation checks start next Wed, 2/1 in D106 during lunch. You may bring any high school student from JCHS, another high school, or an adult 18 - 20 years old. Please pick up the appropriate forms. Bid sales will start on Wed, 2/8 in D106 during lunch. You must have clear obligations to purchase a bid. See you all soon!!!! --- Tracie Koide
Early College FALL 2017 Sign Ups Now! https://goo.gl/forms/Z4kuYDKrN3L4zN3s2 (if you have a phone, you can sign up now…invite your friends ^-^) Earn credits for both high school & college, Classes are FREE, See your Counselor for more info. --- Fay Angeles
Students and staff members, if you would like to showcase your pet/pets in our Saber Pause for Paws 2017 Calendar, then please feel free to send in your pictures to the Student Association email below. Be sure to include your name, your pet's name, and any helpful tips of pet ownership that you would like to share. Last day to send in photos will be Friday, February 10th. Email: activities@gmail.com --- Students Activities
It is never too early to begin preparing for your future. We will be offering a free after school ASVAB prep course through the 21st CCLC program. This is an opportunity for students to develop test-taking skills and content knowledge to improve success on the ASVAB. The ASVAB is an aptitude test students are required to take if interested in going into the Air Force, Navy, Army, Marines, or Coast Guard. The military uses your test scores to determine the military occupational specialties you qualify for. Go to D206 for more information and to pick up the registration form. Classes are beginning, so register soon. --- Sherry Cassetta
 
Clubs:
Environmental Club: Mandatory meeting this Thursday, February 2 in O202 at 2:30pm! See you there. --- Ann Pang
JCHS eSports is looking for more active members interested in playing League of Legends (LoL), Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CSGO), Overwatch, and Super Smash Bros. (any version as long as someone brings the console/game). Please come to S-204 during lunch or after school for more information and/or to pick up a form. Bring the signed form and $5 dues by this Fri. 2/3. --- Geraldine Ragsac
 
Sports:
All those interested in trying out for this year’s boys JV/Varsity Volleyball team: Try outs will begin Monday February 6, 2016 through Friday February 10, 2017. I am also holding off season training and conditioning if anyone should be interested. If interested, please meet after school on Friday January 27, 2017 over at the high school gymnasium. We will actually be having conditioning that day as well. Please remember that student-athletes must have all forms necessary completed and signed in order to participate, and they are:
     • Physical Form
     • Concussion Management Form
     • Parent/Student Consent Form
These forms may be picked up in front office A building across of attendance window. --- Tracie Balino
 
DECA Meetings Dates: January 31, 2017 - Tuesday & February 2, 2017 - Thursday Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. Place: P-38 We are welcoming new members to join DECA and also searching for students who are interested in running for DECA Chapter/State Officers for, year 2017-18. Please join in our meetings which is held on Tuesday and Thursday in P-38. The DECA Club with be participating on February 2, 2017 - Thursday to assist in the Honor's Night Celebration. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Upcoming College Presentations
     Feb 2 - Western Oregon University, Period 3, Room TBA On Site Admissions (Seniors Only), Period 4 till 3pm
     Feb 8 - UH West Oahu onsite Admissions 8:00 - 1:30, Room S112
     Feb 9 - University of Arizona, 9:30 am, Period 1, Room G206
New Scholarships are in! Please come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information. 
________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Monday, January 30, 2017
#105
 
General:
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until February 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
Congratulations to the 1,192 students on the Honor Roll & Principal's List. In recognition of student academic accomplishments, a certificate presentation will be held on Thursday, February 2nd at 6:00 pm in the Campbell Gymnasium for HONOR'S NIGHT. All students with a 3.5 GPA for 1st semester will be honored. Good job Sabers! --- Rowena Martinez
Seniors, are you planning on attending the senior prom? Request and dedicate songs today by going on to this website http://www.hawaiieventsunlimited.com/jchssrprom.html. Remember, bid distributions begin on February 21st! --- Kim Virtudazo
The Senior class is looking for Tropical Flower donations for Senior Luau. If you or your family have red or pink gingers, bird of paradise flowers, red or green ti leafs and or monstera leafs please come down to D105 and let us know what you can donate. The drop off dates will be February 1-3 in D105. --- Brandon Komatsu
Attention Seniors! The Senior prom will be held on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Juniors, prom forms and obligation checks start next Wed, 2/1 in D106 during lunch. You may bring any high school student from JCHS, another high school, or an adult 18 - 20 years old. Please pick up the appropriate forms. Bid sales will start on Wed, 2/8 in D106 during lunch. You must have clear obligations to purchase a bid. See you all soon!!!! --- Tracie Koide
Early College FALL 2017 Sign Ups Now! https://goo.gl/forms/Z4kuYDKrN3L4zN3s2 (if you have a phone, you can sign up now…invite your friends ^-^) Earn credits for both high school & college, Classes are FREE, See your Counselor for more info. --- Fay Angeles
Students and staff members, if you would like to showcase your pet/pets in our Saber Pause for Paws 2017 Calendar, then please feel free to send in your pictures to the Student Association email below. Be sure to include your name, your pet's name, and any helpful tips of pet ownership that you would like to share. Last day to send in photos will be Friday, February 10th. Email: activities@gmail.com --- Students Activities
To all those who attended Winterball this year, pictures are now available for pick up in G107. Be sure to have your ID and dress top on in order for pick up during lunch or after school. --- Student Activities
It is never too early to begin preparing for your future. We will be offering a free after school ASVAB prep course through the 21st CCLC program. This is an opportunity for students to develop test-taking skills and content knowledge to improve success on the ASVAB. The ASVAB is an aptitude test students are required to take if interested in going into the Air Force, Navy, Army, Marines, or Coast Guard. The military uses your test scores to determine the military occupational specialties you qualify for. Go to D206 for more information and to pick up the registration form. Classes are beginning, so register soon. --- Sherry Cassetta
Please support your fellow Sabers by voting for their app concept idea and helping them win a trip to Orlando to create their own app! Text WIKIDEL to the number 22333. It only takes a few seconds! --- Jayson Reynon
 
Clubs:
Attention Mock Trial Members, all mock trial meetings from today (mon. 1/30/17) to Thursday (3/5/17) is mandatory. This means you must be there by the start time unless you have informed the advisors and received their personal approval. Competition is 2 weeks away and we need to make sure as a team we are ready to represent our school, community and families with dignified and quality performances. We expect to see all of you there. See you after school today in D-306 at 2:30pm. --- Wade Murasaki
 
Sports:
All those interested in trying out for this year’s boys JV/Varsity Volleyball team: Try outs will begin Monday February 6, 2016 through Friday February 10, 2017. I am also holding off season training and conditioning if anyone should be interested. If interested, please meet after school on Friday January 27, 2017 over at the high school gymnasium. We will actually be having conditioning that day as well. Please remember that student-athletes must have all forms necessary completed and signed in order to participate, and they are:
     • Physical Form
     • Concussion Management Form
     • Parent/Student Consent Form
These forms may be picked up in front office A building across of attendance window. --- Tracie Balino
DECA Meetings Dates: January 31, 2017 - Tuesday & February 2, 2017 - Thursday Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. Place: P-38 We are welcoming new members to join DECA and also searching for students who are interested in running for DECA Chapter/State Officers for, year 2017-18. Please join in our meetings which is held on Tuesday and Thursday in P-38. The DECA Club with be participating on February 2, 2017 - Thursday to assist in the Honor's Night Celebration. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Upcoming College Presentations
     Feb 2 - Western Oregon University, Period 3, Room TBA On Site Admissions (Seniors Only), Period 4 till 3pm
     Feb 8 - UH West Oahu onsite Admissions 8:00 - 1:30, Room S112
     Feb 9 - University of Arizona, 9:30 am, Period 1, Room G206
    March 2 - Linfield, 11:40 am, Room G206
New Scholarships are in! Please come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information. 
____________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Friday, January 27, 2017
#104
 
General:
Students receiving City Bus Pass can pick it up from now until February 10, 2017 at the A-1 service window. Please have your student I.D. and a dress top on. --- Rowena Pasion
Seniors, are you planning on attending the senior prom? Request and dedicate songs today by going on to this website http://www.hawaiieventsunlimited.com/jchssrprom.html. Remember, bid distributions begin on February 21st! --- Kim Virtudazo
The Senior class is looking for Tropical Flower donations for Senior Luau. If you or your family have red or pink gingers, bird of paradise flowers, red or green ti leafs and or monstera leafs please come down to D105 and let us know what you can donate. The drop off dates will be February 1-3 in D105. --- Brandon Komatsu
Attention Seniors! The Senior prom will be held on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Juniors, prom forms and obligation checks start next Wed, 2/1 in D106 during lunch. You may bring any high school student from JCHS, another high school, or an adult 18 - 20 years old. Please pick up the appropriate forms. Bid sales will start on Wed, 2/8 in D106 during lunch. You must have clear obligations to purchase a bid. See you all soon!!!! --- Tracie Koide
Early College FALL 2017 Sign Ups Now! https://goo.gl/forms/Z4kuYDKrN3L4zN3s2 (if you have a phone, you can sign up now…invite your friends ^-^) Earn credits for both high school & college, Classes are FREE, See your Counselor for more info. --- Fay Angeles
Students and staff members, if you would like to showcase your pet/pets in our Saber Pause for Paws 2017 Calendar, then please feel free to send in your pictures to the Student Association email below. Be sure to include your name, your pet's name, and any helpful tips of pet ownership that you would like to share. Last day to send in photos will be Friday, February 10th. Email: activities@gmail.com --- Students Activities
To all those who attended Winterball this year, pictures are now available for pick up in G107. Be sure to have your ID and dress top on in order for pick up during lunch or after school. --- Student Activities
It is never too early to begin preparing for your future. We will be offering a free after school ASVAB prep course through the 21st CCLC program. This is an opportunity for students to develop test-taking skills and content knowledge to improve success on the ASVAB. The ASVAB is an aptitude test students are required to take if interested in going into the Air Force, Navy, Army, Marines, or Coast Guard. The military uses your test scores to determine the military occupational specialties you qualify for. Go to D206 for more information and to pick up the registration form. Classes are beginning, so register soon. --- Sherry Cassetta
Please support your fellow Sabers by voting for their app concept idea and helping them win a trip to Orlando to create their own app! Text WIKIDEL to the number 22333. It only takes a few seconds! --- Jayson Reynon
 
Clubs:
LitCon--don't forget to join us for the lunch meeting in D-201. We'll be covering the book reading @ Kaimiloa Elementary School, Global Lit school supply drive, and LitCon's Picks book sharing. --- Ann Tanaka
Anime club: We will be having a meeting on Friday, January 27th at 2:30PM in D-102. Make sure to turn in your grade checks and pay for your anime club shirts if you signed up for them, or you will get an obligation on your account. T-shirts are $7. We will also be discussing possible volunteering and fundraising opportunities. Hope to see you there! --- Karly Kanehiro
Attention Mock Trial Members, all mock trial meetings from today (mon. 1/30/17) to Thursday (3/5/17) is mandatory. This means you must be there by the start time unless you have informed the advisors and received their personal approval. Competition is 2 weeks away and we need to make sure as a team we are ready to represent our school, community and families with dignified and quality performances. We expect to see all of you there. See you after school today in D-306 at 2:30pm. --- Wade Murasaki
 
Sports:
All those interested in trying out for this year’s boys JV/Varsity Volleyball team: Try outs will begin Monday February 6, 2016 through Friday February 10, 2017. I am also holding off season training and conditioning if anyone should be interested. If interested, please meet after school on Friday January 27, 2017 over at the high school gymnasium. We will actually be having conditioning that day as well. Please remember that student-athletes must have all forms necessary completed and signed in order to participate, and they are:
     • Physical Form
     • Concussion Management Form
     • Parent/Student Consent Form These forms may be picked up in front office A building across of attendance window. --- Tracie Balino
DECA Meetings Dates: January 31, 2017 - Tuesday & February 2, 2017 - Thursday Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. Place: P-38 We are welcoming new members to join DECA and also searching for students who are interested in running for DECA Chapter/State Officers for, year 2017-18. Please join in our meetings which is held on Tuesday and Thursday in P-38. The DECA Club with be participating on February 2, 2017 - Thursday to assist in the Honor's Night Celebration. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Upcoming College Presentations
     Feb 2 - Western Oregon University, Period 3, Room TBA On Site Admissions (Seniors Only), Period 4 till 3pm
     Feb 8 - UH West Oahu onsite Admissions 8:00 - 1:30, Room S112
     Feb 9 - University of Arizona, 9:30 am, Period 1, Room G206
     March 2 - Linfield, 11:40 am, Room G206
New Scholarships are in! Please come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information. 
_________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Thursday, January 26, 2017
#103
 
General:
To Students: If you did not turn in a registration card for next school year yet, turn it in to Registrars' Office A-17 as soon as possible. If not, counselors will choose your classes. --- Warren Izumigawa
Red & blue, that is the color of slushies sold after school in the front office daily. Support "Honor's Night" and get your ice old drink! --- Rowena Martinez
Feeling a little cold lately? A limited amount of black & white long sleeves are available at A-7. --- Rowena Martinez
Seniors, are you planning on attending the senior prom? Request and dedicate songs today by going on to this website http://www.hawaiieventsunlimited.com/jchssrprom.html. Remember, bid distributions begin on February 21st! --- Kim Virtudazo
The Senior class is looking for Tropical Flower donations for Senior Luau. If you or your family have red or pink gingers, bird of paradise flowers, red or green ti leafs and or monstera leafs please come down to D105 and let us know what you can donate. The drop off dates will be February 1-3 in D105. --- Brandon Komatsu
Attention Seniors! The Senior prom will be held on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Juniors, prom forms and obligation checks start next Wed, 2/1 in D106 during lunch. You may bring any high school student from JCHS, another high school, or an adult 18 - 20 years old. Please pick up the appropriate forms. Bid sales will start on Wed, 2/8 in D106 during lunch. You must have clear obligations to purchase a bid. See you all soon!!!! --- Tracie Koide
Students and staff members, if you would like to showcase your pet/pets in our Saber Pause for Paws 2017 Calendar, then please feel free to send in your pictures to the Student Association email below. Be sure to include your name, your pet's name, and any helpful tips of pet ownership that you would like to share. Last day to send in photos will be Friday, February 10th. Email: activities@gmail.com --- Students Activities
It is never too early to begin preparing for your future. We will be offering a free after school ASVAB prep course through the 21st CCLC program. This is an opportunity for students to develop test-taking skills and content knowledge to improve success on the ASVAB. The ASVAB is an aptitude test students are required to take if interested in going into the Air Force, Navy, Army, Marines, or Coast Guard. The military uses your test scores to determine the military occupational specialties you qualify for. Go to D206 for more information and to pick up the registration form. Classes are beginning, so register soon. --- Sherry Cassetta
Please support your fellow Sabers by voting for their app concept idea and helping them win a trip to Orlando to create their own app! Text WIKIDEL to the number 22333. It only takes a few seconds! --- Jayson Reynon
 
Clubs:
Anime club: We will be having a meeting on Friday, January 27th at 2:30PM in D-102. Make sure to turn in your grade checks and pay for your anime club shirts if you signed up for them, or you will get an obligation on your account. T-shirts are $7. We will also be discussing possible volunteering and fundraising opportunities. Hope to see you there! --- Karly Kanehiro
JPN CLUB meeting in P-24 afterschool THURS Jan 26. --- Amy Rabago
DECA Chapter Meeting Dates: January 26, 2017 - Thursday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. DECA Officers and members who will be attending the CTSO - DECA Competitions will be meeting to prep in areas of their competitive areas. We are welcoming new members and will be seeking for new officers for year 2017-18. Please attend our meetings to sign-up for interests in running for Chapter or State Office for year 2017-18. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Upcoming College Presentations
     Feb 2 - Western Oregon University, Period 3, Room TBA On Site Admissions (Seniors Only), Period 4 till 3pm
     Feb 8 - UH West Oahu onsite Admissions 8:00 - 1:30, Room S112
     Feb 9 - University of Arizona, 9:30 am, Period 1, Room G206
     March 2 - Linfield, 11:40 am, Room G206
Outside Events
     Feb 9 -University of Arizona Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii, Manoa Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor 2454 S. Beretania St., Honolulu, HI 96826 To RSVP please email Ruben Fierros at rfierros@email.arizona.edu or vist bit.ly/wdhawaii17 Learn about our world -class academics and research, the great college town of Tucson, the Bear Down school spirit, and student life.
Summer Programs
     3 Days of Fashion Find Yourself at FIDM - San Diego - June 21-23, 2017, San Francisco - June 26-28, 2017 Orange County - June 26-28, 2017, Los Angeles - June 28-30, 2017 Hands on Workshops, 3 days for $300 Please come to the College and Career Center for more information Washington University in St. Louis Visit summerexperiences.wustl.edu for more information.
New Scholarships are in! Please come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information.
     • Fukunaga Scholarship Foundation
     • Keiwit Scholarship Checklist
     • Visionary Scholarship Program
     • HMSA Kaimana Awards & Scholarship Program
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James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Wednesday, January 25, 2017
#102
 
General:
To Students: If you did not turn in a registration card for next school year yet, turn it in to Registrars' Office A-17 as soon as possible. If not, counselors will choose your classes. --- Warren Izumigawa
Red & blue, that is the color of slushies sold after school in the front office daily. Support "Honor's Night" and get your ice old drink! --- Rowena Martinez
Feeling a little cold lately? A limited amount of black & white long sleeves are available at A-7. --- Rowena Martinez
Seniors, are you planning on attending the senior prom? Request and dedicate songs today by going on to this website http://www.hawaiieventsunlimited.com/jchssrprom.html. Remember, bid distributions begin on February 21st! --- Kim Virtudazo
The Senior class is looking for Tropical Flower donations for Senior Luau. If you or your family have red or pink gingers, bird of paradise flowers, red or green ti leafs and or monstera leafs please come down to D105 and let us know what you can donate. The drop off dates will be February 1-3 in D105. --- Brandon Komatsu
Attention Seniors! The Senior prom will be held on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Students and staff members, if you would like to showcase your pet/pets in our Saber Pause for Paws 2017 Calendar, then please feel free to send in your pictures to the Student Association email below. Be sure to include your name, your pet's name, and any helpful tips of pet ownership that you would like to share. Last day to send in photos will be Friday, February 10th. Email: activities@gmail.com --- Students Activities
It is never too early to begin preparing for your future. We will be offering a free after school ASVAB prep course through the 21st CCLC program. This is an opportunity for students to develop test-taking skills and content knowledge to improve success on the ASVAB. The ASVAB is an aptitude test students are required to take if interested in going into the Air Force, Navy, Army, Marines, or Coast Guard. The military uses your test scores to determine the military occupational specialties you qualify for. Go to D206 for more information and to pick up the registration form. Classes are beginning, so register soon. --- Sherry Cassetta
Please support your fellow Sabers by voting for their app concept idea and helping them win a trip to Orlando to create their own app! Text WIKIDEL to the number 22333. It only takes a few seconds! --- Jayson Reynon
Attention students enrolled in the 21st CCLC ACT prep course, after weeks of preparing for the ACT, wouldn’t you like to know how well prepared you are for the test if it was now? The ACT mock test is scheduled for Saturday, January 28th from 8am to 12:45pm. You must complete the ACT mock test registration form in order to reserve a seat. Please see Mrs. Cassetta in D-206 or your ACT tutor to sign up for the mock test and for more information about the test. The form is due by Wednesday, January 25 at 3pm. --- Sherry Cassetta
 
Clubs:
Hey Sabers! If you’re interested in joining Fit Club, an informational meeting will be held on Jan. 25th during lunch in P-24, Mrs. Rabago’s room. We will be talking about future activities. --- Amy Rabago
Anime club: We will be having a meeting on Friday, January 27th at 2:30PM in D-102. Make sure to turn in your grade checks and pay for your anime club shirts if you signed up for them, or you will get an obligation on your account. T-shirts are $7. We will also be discussing possible volunteering and fundraising opportunities. Hope to see you there! --- Karly Kanehiro
JPN CLUB meeting in P-24 after school THURS Jan 26. --- Amy Rabago
Aloha Sabers the wait is finally over! JCHS BJJ Club will be starting afternoon practices in February. More information to come next week. If you are interested, please come to p-27 for paperwork and information. --- Jed Uson
JCHS Hikers! The next meeting is on Wednesday, January 25th during lunch in D-206. The agenda includes nominations for JCHS Hikers officers for SY 17-18, February event reminders, and forming a committee for the May social. There is a waiting list for the February 11 Pupukea Summit hike. Continue to bring in your permission form just in case we have more chaperones/drivers. Deadline is Jan 25th. If you are registered for the Great Aloha Run and have not picked up your "In-Training" t-shirt, please go to N-104 to pick it up. See you all at the upcoming meeting. --- Sherry Cassetta
ATTENTION POTENTIAL AND CURRENT PAAC MEMBERS! We will be having a club meeting on Wednesday, January 25, 2017 right after-school at P-5. We are currently accepting new members for the spring semester. So if you want learn about different cultures, do some service and do some traveling, please come by! See you all there. --- Michael Lum
DECA Chapter Meeting Dates: January 26, 2017 - Thursday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. DECA Officers and members who will be attending the CTSO - DECA Competitions will be meeting to prep in areas of their competitive areas. We are welcoming new members and will be seeking for new officers for year 2017-18. Please attend our meetings to sign-up for interests in running for Chapter or State Office for year 2017-18. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
Sports:
Please join me in congratulating Brennan A in winning first place at this year's Hawaii Masters Brazilian Jiu Jitsu tournament at Kalaheo high school. Congratulations Brennan for a job well done and representing Campbell High school and Campbell High's Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Club. --- Jed Uson
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Upcoming College Presentations
     Feb 2 - Western Oregon University, Period 3, Room TBA On Site Admissions (Seniors Only), Period 4 till 3pm
     Feb 8 - UH West Oahu onsite Admissions 8:00 - 1:30, Room S112
     Feb 9 - University of Arizona, 9:30 am, Period 1, Room G206
     March 2 - Linfield, 11:40 am, Room G206
Outside Events
     Feb 9 -University of Arizona Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii, Manoa Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor 2454 S. Beretania St., Honolulu, HI 96826 To RSVP please email Ruben Fierros at rfierros@email.arizona.edu or visit bit.ly/wdhawaii17 Learn about our world -class academics and research, the great college town of Tucson, the Bear Down school spirit, and student life.
Summer Programs
     3 Days of Fashion Find Yourself at FIDM - San Diego - June 21-23, 2017, San Francisco - June 26-28, 2017 Orange County - June 26-28, 2017, Los Angeles - June 28-30, 2017 Hands on Workshops, 3 days for $300 Please come to the College and Career Center for more information.
New Scholarships are in! Please come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information.
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information.  
______________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Tuesday, January 24, 2017
#101
 
General:
To Students: If you did not turn in a registration card for next school year yet, turn it in to Registrars' Office A-17 as soon as possible. If not, counselors will choose your classes. --- Warren Izumigawa
Mark your calendar! Report card released, Monday, January 23rd. Honor's Night is on Thursday, February 2nd. --- Rowena Martinez
Need a grey PE shirt or a black PE shorts? Go to A-7 in the front office to buy it now. --- Rowena Martinez
The Senior class is looking for Tropical Flower donations for Senior Luau. If you or your family have red or pink gingers, bird of paradise flowers, red or green ti leafs and or monstera leafs please come down to D105 and let us know what you can donate. The drop off dates will be February 1-3 in D105. --- Brandon Komatsu
Attention Seniors! The Senior prom will be held on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Students and staff members, if you would like to showcase your pet/pets in our Saber Pause for Paws 2017 Calendar, then please feel free to send in your pictures to the Student Association email below. Be sure to include your name, your pet's name, and any helpful tips of pet ownership that you would like to share. Last day to send in photos will be Friday, February 10th. Email: activities@gmail.com --- Students Activities
It is never too early to begin preparing for your future. We will be offering a free after school ASVAB prep course through the 21st CCLC program. This is an opportunity for students to develop test-taking skills and content knowledge to improve success on the ASVAB. The ASVAB is an aptitude test students are required to take if interested in going into the Air Force, Navy, Army, Marines, or Coast Guard. The military uses your test scores to determine the military occupational specialties you qualify for. Go to D206 for more information and to pick up the registration form. Classes are beginning, so register soon. --- Sherry Cassetta
Please support your fellow Sabers by voting for their app concept idea and helping them win a trip to Orlando to create their own app! Text WIKIDEL to the number 22333. It only takes a few seconds! --- Jayson Reynon
Attention students enrolled in the 21st CCLC ACT prep course, After weeks of preparing for the ACT, wouldn’t you like to know how well prepared you are for the test if it was now? The ACT mock test is scheduled for Saturday, January 28th from 8am to 12:45pm. You must complete the ACT mock test registration form in order to reserve a seat. Please see Mrs. Cassetta in D-206 or your ACT tutor to sign up for the mock test and for more information about the test. The form is due by Wednesday, January 25 at 3pm. --- Sherry Cassetta
 
Clubs:
Aloha Sabers the wait is finally over! JCHS BJJ Club will be starting afternoon practices in February. More information to come next week. If you are interested, please come to p-27 for paperwork and information. --- Jed Uson
JCHS Hikers! The next meeting is on Wednesday, January 25th during lunch in D-206. The agenda includes nominations for JCHS Hikers officers for SY 17-18, February event reminders, and forming a committee for the May social. There is a waiting list for the February 11 Pupukea Summit hike. Continue to bring in your permission form just in case we have more chaperones/drivers. Deadline is Jan 25th. If you are registered for the Great Aloha Run and have not picked up your "In-Training" t-shirt, please go to N-104 to pick it up. See you all at the upcoming meeting. --- Sherry Cassetta
ATTENTION POTENTIAL AND CURRENT PAAC MEMBERS! We will be having a club meeting on Wednesday, January 25, 2017 right after-school at P-5. We are currently accepting new members for the spring semester. So if you want learn about different cultures, do some service and do some traveling, please come by! See you all there. --- Michael Lum
Attention Best Buddy members... On Tuesday, January 24, we have our first meeting of 2017 in F-4 during lunch time. If you signed up for the flag football team, please turn-in all forms as soon as possible to Mr. Bearis in J-2 or at this meeting. --- Michael Bearis
DECA Chapter Meeting Dates: January 24, 2017 - Tuesday and January 26, 2017 - Thursday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. DECA Officers and members who will be attending the CTSO - DECA Competitions will be meeting to prep in areas of their competitive areas. We are welcoming new members and will be seeking for new officers for year 2017-18. Please attend our meetings to sign-up for interests in running for Chapter or State Office for year 2017-18. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports:
Please join me in congratulating Brennan A in winning first place at this year's Hawaii Masters Brazilian Jiu Jitsu tournament at Kalaheo high school. Congratulations Brennan for a job well done and representing Campbell High school and Campbell High's Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Club. --- Jed Uson
Tuesday, January 14: Girls varsity basketball playoffs @ Nanakuli 6 PM
Friday, January 13: Boys basketball senior night vs. Waialua (JV start time 5:30 PM; varsity start time to follow); Wrestling JV OIA Championships @ Radford (start time 4:30 PM)
Saturday, January 14: Wrestling JV OIA Championships @ Radford (all day)
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
College & Career Center Information:
Upcoming College Presentations
     Feb 2 - Western Oregon University, Period 3, Room TBA On Site Admissions (Seniors Only), Period 4 till 3pm
     Feb 8 - UH West Oahu onsite Admissions 8:00 - 1:30, Room S112
     Feb 9 - University of Arizona, 9:30 am, Period 1, Room G206
     March 2 - Linfield, 11:40 am, Room G206
Outside Events
     Feb 9 -University of Arizona Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii, Manoa Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor 2454 S. Beretania St., Honolulu, HI 96826 To RSVP please email Ruben Fierros at rfierros@email.arizona.edu or visit bit.ly/wdhawaii17 Learn about our world -class academics and research, the great college town of Tucson, the Bear Down school spirit, and student life.
Summer Programs
     3 Days of Fashion Find Yourself at FIDM - San Diego - June 21-23, 2017, San Francisco - June 26-28, 2017 Orange County - June 26-28, 2017, Los Angeles - June 28-30, 2017 Hands on Workshops, 3 days for $300 Please come to the College and Career Center for more information
New Scholarships are in! Please come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information.
     New - Board of Water Supply Poetry
               Hawaii Rotary Youth Foundation
               Thomas H. Gentry Memorial Scholarship ‘17
               Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship
               Hahperd Scholarship Hickam Officers’ Spouse Club
               Filipino Women’s League Community Scholarship
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information. 
 
________________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Monday, January 23, 2017
#100
 
General:
To Students: If you did not turn in a registration card for next school year yet, turn it in to Registrars' Office A-17 as soon as possible. If not, counselors will choose your classes. --- Warren Izumigawa
Mark your calendar! Report card released, Monday, January 23rd. Honor's Night is on Thursday, February 2nd. --- Rowena Martinez
Need a grey PE shirt or a black PE shorts? Go to A-7 in the front office to buy it now. --- Rowena Martinez
The Senior class is looking for Tropical Flower donations for Senior Luau. If you or your family have red or pink gingers, bird of paradise flowers, red or green ti leafs and or monstera leafs please come down to D105 and let us know what you can donate. The drop off dates will be February 1-3 in D105. --- Brandon Komatsu
Attention Seniors! The Senior prom will be held on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
Students and staff members, if you would like to showcase your pet/pets in our Saber Pause for Paws 2017 Calendar, then please feel free to send in your pictures to the Student Association email below. Be sure to include your name, your pet's name, and any helpful tips of pet ownership that you would like to share. Last day to send in photos will be Friday, February 10th. Email: activities@gmail.com --- Students Activities
It is never too early to begin preparing for your future. We will be offering a free after school ASVAB prep course through the 21st CCLC program. This is an opportunity for students to develop test-taking skills and content knowledge to improve success on the ASVAB. The ASVAB is an aptitude test students are required to take if interested in going into the Air Force, Navy, Army, Marines, or Coast Guard. The military uses your test scores to determine the military occupational specialties you qualify for. Go to D206 for more information and to pick up the registration form. Classes are beginning, so register soon. --- Sherry Cassetta
Please support your fellow Sabers by voting for their app concept idea and helping them win a trip to Orlando to create their own app! Text WIKIDEL to the number 22333. It only takes a few seconds! --- Jayson Reynon
Attention students enrolled in the 21st CCLC ACT prep course, After weeks of preparing for the ACT, wouldn’t you like to know how well prepared you are for the test if it was now? The ACT mock test is scheduled for Saturday, January 28th from 8am to 12:45pm. You must complete the ACT mock test registration form in order to reserve a seat. Please see Mrs. Cassetta in D-206 or your ACT tutor to sign up for the mock test and for more information about the test. The form is due by Wednesday, January 25 at 3pm. --- Sherry Cassetta
PAAC After School Class: Do you need an extra .05 Social studies credit? Are you interested in Asian issues like ocean sustainability and South China Sea. Then this is class is for you! We have classes every Tuesday and Thursday from 2:15 to 4:30. First class is 1/24/16. In this class we do reflections, group work, watch videos, and go to field trips and no homework. Sign-ups are from now until 1/27/16 in P-5. I hope I see you there! --- Michael Lum
 
Clubs:
Attention Best Buddy members... On Tuesday, January 24, we have our first meeting of 2017 in F-4 during lunch time. If you signed up for the flag football team, please turn-in all forms as soon as possible to Mr. Bearis in J-2 or at this meeting. --- Michael Bearis
DECA Chapter Meeting Dates: January 24, 2017 - Tuesday and January 26, 2017 - Thursday Place: P-38 Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. DECA Officers and members who will be attending the CTSO - DECA Competitions will be meeting to prep in areas of their competitive areas. We are welcoming new members and will be seeking for new officers for year 2017-18. Please attend our meetings to sign-up for interests in running for Chapter or State Office for year 2017-18. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Upcoming College Presentations
     Feb 2 - Western Oregon University, Period 3, Room TBA On Site Admissions (Seniors Only), Period 4 till 3pm
     Feb 8 - UH West Oahu onsite Admissions 8:00 - 1:30, Room S112
     Feb 9 - University of Arizona, 9:30 am, Period 1, Room G206
     March 2 - Linfield, 11:40 am, Room G206
Outside Events
     Feb 9 -University of Arizona Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii, Manoa Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor 2454 S. Beretania St., Honolulu, HI 96826 To RSVP please email Ruben Fierros at rfierros@email.arizona.edu or visit bit.ly/wdhawaii17 Learn about our world -class academics and research, the great college town of Tucson, the Bear Down school spirit, and student life.  
Summer Programs
     3 Days of Fashion Find Yourself at FIDM - San Diego - June 21-23, 2017, San Francisco - June 26-28, 2017 Orange County - June 26-28, 2017, Los Angeles - June 28-30, 2017 Hands on Workshops, 3 days for $300 Please come to the College and Career Center for more information  
New Scholarships are in! Please come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information.
     New - Board of Water Supply Poetry
     Hawaii Rotary Youth Foundation
     Thomas H. Gentry Memorial Scholarship ‘17
     Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship
     Hahperd Scholarship Hickam Officers’ Spouse Club
     Filipino Women’s League Community Scholarship
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information.
________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Friday, January 20, 2017
#099
 
General:
The Senior class is looking for Tropical Flower donations for Senior Luau. If you or your family have red or pink gingers, bird of paradise flowers, red or green ti leafs and or monstera leafs please come down to D105 and let us know what you can donate. The drop off dates will be February 1-3 in D105. --- Brandon Komatsu
Attention Seniors! The Senior prom will be held on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
ATTN: Senior Luau Table Sign Up - IF you are attending Senior Luau please come to D-105 during lunch from Tuesday, January 17 through Friday January 20 ONLY. Table sign up is on a first come first serve basis. All table guests must be present. We will also have a table for Hoss Election votes. More information to follow. --- Brandon Komatsu
Juniors, forms for prom will start being distributed on Feb. 1 where obligations checks will be done. To avoid lines please pay off any obligations you have before February. Senior prom and FSB forms/bids will also be happening during this period so lines at the office will get long if you wait until Feb. Come to D106 during lunch or right after school if you want to check. More prom information to come next week. Follow us on Instagram, twitter, and or Remind 101 for information at your fingertips.
     Instagram: jchs_co_2018
     Twitter: @jchs_2018
     Reminder: send @Tkoid to the number 81010 --- Tracie Koide
Sabers, your very own 96706 dance team swept the Honolulu Dance competition last week in 6 categories beating out multiple other high schools. They will be performing their winning numbers this Friday during lunch at Saber Hall in a special First Friday Assembly. Be there to congratulate them and see them perform their winning numbers! --- Tracie Koide
It is never too early to begin preparing for your future. We will be offering a free after school ASVAB prep course through the 21st CCLC program. This is an opportunity for students to develop test-taking skills and content knowledge to improve success on the ASVAB. The ASVAB is an aptitude test students are required to take if interested in going into the Air Force, Navy, Army, Marines, or Coast Guard. The military uses your test scores to determine the military occupational specialties you qualify for. Go to D206 for more information and to pick up the registration form. Classes are beginning, so register soon. --- Sherry Cassetta
Last chance to reserve a copy of the 2017 yearbook is this Friday, January 20. Head down to P45 with your $65 to guarantee a book. Distribution will be in May and there will be a limited number of books for sale then. --- Jo Ann Mastin
Please support your fellow Sabers by voting for their app concept idea and helping them win a trip to Orlando to create their own app! Text WIKIDEL to the number 22333. It only takes a few seconds! --- Jayson Reynon
To all students: Project Grad 2017 will be hosting a formal dress exchange in the cafeteria on February 25, 2017 from 2 to 5 PM. This will be just in time for Prom/Banquet season. Please consider bringing in your gently used formal/semiformal dresses to exchange for something new to use. More details to come. --- Crystal Tackaberry
Attention students enrolled in the 21st CCLC ACT prep course, After weeks of preparing for the ACT, wouldn’t you like to know how well prepared you are for the test if it was now? The ACT mock test is scheduled for Saturday, January 28th from 8am to 12:45pm. You must complete the ACT mock test registration form in order to reserve a seat. Please see Mrs. Cassetta in D-206 or your ACT tutor to sign up for the mock test and for more information about the test. The form is due by Wednesday, January 25 at 3pm. --- Sherry Cassetta
PAAC After School Class: Do you need an extra .05 Social studies credit? Are you interested in Asian issues like ocean sustainability and South China Sea. Then this is class is for you! We have classes every Tuesday and Thursday from 2:15 to 4:30. First class is 1/24/16. In this class we do reflections, group work, watch videos, and go to field trips and no homework. Sign-ups are from now until 1/27/16 in P-5. I hope I see you there! --- Michael Lum
Class of 2019 and Class of 2020 students, Freshman Sophomore Banquet is coming up soon and the FSB committee is looking for students who would be interested in being a part of the court or would like to perform during the event. Court: If you are interested in being a part of the court, please come to S101 during lunch or after school from January 10 through January 20 to pick up the eligibility packet. Members of the chosen FSB court will need to attend practice sessions after school to learn and practice the court dance which will be performed during the event. Performers: We are continuing audition sign-ups for students who would like to perform during the event. Please come down to S101 to sign up for an audition date and pick up a performance contract during lunch or after school from January 10 through January 20. There will be a limited amount of spaces per audition day so come sign up for a spot quick! Auditions will be held on Mondays and Thursdays from January 23 to February 9. Come to S101 or see one of the class council members if you have questions! --- Carrie Archibald
 
Clubs:
Attention Best Buddy members... On Tuesday, January 24, we have our first meeting of 2017 in F-4 during lunch time. If you signed up for the flag football team, please turn-in all forms as soon as possible to Mr. Bearis in J-2 or at this meeting. --- Michael Bearis
For All Clubs! There will be an interclub meeting on Friday, January 20, 2017 at 3p.m. Please bring in a Club report, and some possible ideas for integrated projects that you may want to do for Sabers Pause 4 Paws. Hope to see you all there. --- Student Activities
 
Sports:
Friday, January 20: JV Baseball semi-final playoff game @ Kaiser (3 PM); Girls Varsity Basketball vs. Kaiser @ Nanakuli (5:30 PM)
Saturday, January 21: Wrestling @ Waipahu (start time 2 PM)
Congratulations to Campbell’s JV Swimmers. The JV Boys took 1st place and the Girls took 7th place out of 16 schools participating in the OIA JV Champs this past Saturday. The Boys 200 Medley Relay also set a new meet record. Congrats to the following Boys: Jonel E (9), Colin F (10), Roy Oda (9), and Bryan G (9). Well done Campbell Swimmers!!! ---Lara Fergueson
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Upcoming College Presentations
     Feb 2 - Western Oregon University, Period 3, Room TBA On Site Admissions (Seniors Only), Period 4 till 3pm
     Feb 8 - UH West Oahu onsite Admissions 8:00 - 10:30, Room A-13 11:30 - 1:30, Room S112
     Feb 9 - University of Arizona, 9:30 am, Period 1, Room TBA
     March 2 - Linfield, 11:40 am, Room TBA
Outside Events
     University of San Francisco Jan 14 - 18th Waikiki Beach Hotel Interviews with April Crabtree If USF is one of your top choices and you would like an interview with her, contact April Crabtree at acrabtree@usfca.edu
     Feb 9 -University of Arizona Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii, Manoa Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor 2454 S. Beretania St., Honolulu, HI 96826 To RSVP please email Ruben Fierros at rfierros@email.arizona.edu or visit bit.ly/wdhawaii17 Learn about our world -class academics and research, the great college town of Tucson, the Bear Down school spirit, and student life.
New Scholarships are in! Please come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information.
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information. 
_______________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Thursday, January 19, 2017
#098
 
General:
The Senior class is looking for Tropical Flower donations for Senior Luau. If you or your family have red or pink gingers, bird of paradise flowers, red or green ti leafs and or monstera leafs please come down to D105 and let us know what you can donate. The drop off dates will be February 1-3 in D105. --- Brandon Komatsu
Attention Seniors! The Senior prom will be held on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
ATTN: Senior Luau Table Sign Up - IF you are attending Senior Luau please come to D-105 during lunch from Tuesday, January 17 through Friday January 20 ONLY. Table sign up is on a first come first serve basis. All table guests must be present. We will also have a table for Hoss Election votes. More information to follow. --- Brandon Komatsu
Juniors, forms for prom will start being distributed on Feb. 1 where obligations checks will be done. To avoid lines please pay off any obligations you have before February. Senior prom and FSB forms/bids will also be happening during this period so lines at the office will get long if you wait until Feb. Come to D106 during lunch or right after school if you want to check. More prom information to come next week. Follow us on Instagram, twitter, and or Remind 101 for information at your fingertips.
     Instagram: jchs_co_2018
     Twitter: @jchs_2018
     Reminder: send @Tkoid to the number 81010 --- Tracie Koide
Sabers, your very own 96706 dance team swept the Honolulu Dance competition last week in 6 categories beating out multiple other high schools. They will be performing their winning numbers this Friday during lunch at Saber Hall in a special First Friday Assembly. Be there to congratulate them and see them perform their winning numbers! --- Tracie Koide
It is never too early to begin preparing for your future. We will be offering a free after school ASVAB prep course through the 21st CCLC program. This is an opportunity for students to develop test-taking skills and content knowledge to improve success on the ASVAB. The ASVAB is an aptitude test students are required to take if interested in going into the Air Force, Navy, Army, Marines, or Coast Guard. The military uses your test scores to determine the military occupational specialties you qualify for. Go to D206 for more information and to pick up the registration form. Classes are beginning, so register soon. --- Sherry Cassetta
Last chance to reserve a copy of the 2017 yearbook is this Friday, January 20. Head down to P45 with your $65 to guarantee a book. Distribution will be in May and there will be a limited number of books for sale then. --- Jo Ann Mastin
Please support your fellow Sabers by voting for their app concept idea and helping them win a trip to Orlando to create their own app! Text WIKIDEL to the number 22333. It only takes a few seconds! --- Jayson Reynon
To all students: Project Grad 2017 will be hosting a formal dress exchange in the cafeteria on February 25, 2017 from 2 to 5 PM. This will be just in time for Prom/Banquet season. Please consider bringing in your gently used formal/semiformal dresses to exchange for something new to use. More details to come. --- Crystal Tackaberry
Attention students enrolled in the 21st CCLC ACT prep course, After weeks of preparing for the ACT, wouldn’t you like to know how well prepared you are for the test if it was now? The ACT mock test is scheduled for Saturday, January 28th from 8am to 12:45pm. You must complete the ACT mock test registration form in order to reserve a seat. Please see Mrs. Cassetta in D-206 or your ACT tutor to sign up for the mock test and for more information about the test. The form is due by Wednesday, January 25 at 3pm. --- Sherry Cassetta
PAAC After School Class: Do you need an extra .05 Social studies credit? Are you interested in Asian issues like ocean sustainability and South China Sea. Then this is class is for you! We have classes every Tuesday and Thursday from 2:15 to 4:30. First class is 1/24/16. In this class we do reflections, group work, watch videos, and go to field trips and no homework. Sign-ups are from now until 1/27/16 in P-5. I hope I see you there! --- Michael Lum
Class of 2019 and Class of 2020 students, Freshman Sophomore Banquet is coming up soon and the FSB committee is looking for students who would be interested in being a part of the court or would like to perform during the event. Court: If you are interested in being a part of the court, please come to S101 during lunch or after school from January 10 through January 20 to pick up the eligibility packet. Members of the chosen FSB court will need to attend practice sessions after school to learn and practice the court dance which will be performed during the event. Performers: We are continuing audition sign-ups for students who would like to perform during the event. Please come down to S101 to sign up for an audition date and pick up a performance contract during lunch or after school from January 10 through January 20. There will be a limited amount of spaces per audition day so come sign up for a spot quick! Auditions will be held on Mondays and Thursdays from January 23 to February 9. Come to S101 or see one of the class council members if you have questions! --- Carrie Archibald
 
Clubs:
For All Clubs! There will be an interclub meeting on Friday, January 20, 2017 at 3p.m. Please bring in a Club report, and some possible ideas for integrated projects that you may want to do for Sabers Pause 4 Paws. Hope to see you all there. ---Student Activities
Attention: Math League Members! There is a mandatory meeting on Thursday January 19th. It will be held in P-26 from 2:30 to 3pm. ---Jo Hannah Valdez
DECA Meeting
     • Date: January 19th, 2017
     • Place: Room P-38
     • Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m.
The CTSO will be held on February 23 and 24th, 2017 at the Hawaii Convention Center. Students who will be attending please attend our after school sessions. We are still welcoming new members and will be seeking out new Officers for year 2017-18. Please attend these meetings if you are wanting to run for offices. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports:
Thursday, January 19: Boys basketball vs. Waipahu (JV start time 5:30 PM; V start time ~7 PM)
Friday, January 20: JV Baseball semi-final playoff game @ Kaiser (3 PM); Girls Varsity Basketball vs. Kaiser @ Nanakuli (5:30 PM)
Saturday, January 21: Wrestling @ Waipahu (start time 2 PM)
Congratulations to Campbell’s JV Swimmers. The JV Boys took 1st place and the Girls took 7th place out of 16 schools participating in the OIA JV Champs this past Saturday. The Boys 200 Medley Relay also set a new meet record. Congrats to the following Boys: Jonel E (9), Colin F (10), Roy Oda (9), and Bryan G (9). Well done Campbell Swimmers!!! ---Lara Fergueson
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Upcoming College Presentations
     Feb 2 - Western Oregon University, Period 3, Room TBA On Site Admissions (Seniors Only), Period 4 till 3pm
     Feb 8 - UH West Oahu onsite Admissions 8:00 - 10:30, Room A-13 11:30 - 1:30, Room S112
     Feb 9 - University of Arizona, 9:30 am, Period 1, Room TBA
     March 2 - Linfield, 11:40 am, Room TBA
     • Outside Events University of San Francisco Jan 14 - 18th Waikiki Beach Hotel Interviews with April Crabtree If USF is one of your top choices and you would like an interview with her, contact April Crabtree at acrabtree@usfca.edu 
     Feb 9 - University of Arizona Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii, Manoa Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor 2454 S. Beretania St., Honolulu, HI 96826 To RSVP please email Ruben Fierros at rfierros@email.arizona.edu or visit bit.ly/wdhawaii17 Learn about our world -class academics and research, the great college town of Tucson, the Bear Down school spirit, and student life.
New Scholarships are in! Please come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information.
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information. 
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
#097
 
General:
Attention Seniors! The Senior prom will be held on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
ATTN: Senior Luau Table Sign Up - IF you are attending Senior Luau please come to D-105 during lunch from Tuesday, January 17 through Friday January 20 ONLY. Table sign up is on a first come first serve basis. All table guests must be present. We will also have a table for Hoss Election votes. More information to follow. --- Brandon Komatsu
Juniors, forms for prom will start being distributed on Feb. 1 where obligations checks will be done. To avoid lines please pay off any obligations you have before February. Senior prom and FSB forms/bids will also be happening during this period so lines at the office will get long if you wait until Feb. Come to D106 during lunch or right after school if you want to check. More prom information to come next week. Follow us on Instagram, twitter, and or Remind 101 for information at your fingertips.
     Instagram: jchs_co_2018
     Twitter: @jchs_2018
     Reminder: send @Tkoid to the number 81010 --- Tracie Koide
Sabers, your very own 96706 dance team swept the Honolulu Dance competition last week in 6 categories beating out multiple other high schools. They will be performing their winning numbers this Friday during lunch at Saber Hall in a special First Friday Assembly. Be there to congratulate them and see them perform their winning numbers! ---T.Koide
To all students: Project Grad 2017 will be hosting a formal dress exchange in the cafeteria on February 25, 2017 from 2 to 5 PM. This will be just in time for Prom/Banquet season. Please consider bringing in your gently used formal/semiformal dresses to exchange for something new to use. More details to come. --- Crystal Tackaberry
Attention students enrolled in the 21st CCLC ACT prep course, After weeks of preparing for the ACT, wouldn’t you like to know how well prepared you are for the test if it was now? The ACT mock test is scheduled for Saturday, January 28th from 8am to 12:45pm. You must complete the ACT mock test registration form in order to reserve a seat. Please see Mrs. Cassetta in D-206 or your ACT tutor to sign up for the mock test and for more information about the test. The form is due by Wednesday, January 25 at 3pm. ---S.Cassetta
PAAC After School Class: Do you need an extra .05 Social studies credit? Are you interested in Asian issues like ocean sustainability and South China Sea. Then this is class is for you! We have classes every Tuesday and Thursday from 2:15 to 4:30. First class is 1/24/16. In this class we do reflections, group work, watch videos, and go to field trips and no homework. Sign-ups are from now until 1/27/16 in P-5. I hope I see you there! --- Michael Lum
Hau'oli Makahiki Hou! Interested in being a part of this year’s May Day court? Interested in performing a cultural dance? There will be an informational meeting on Wednesday 1/18/17 during lunch in K-1 for all interested students. If you have any questions before then, feel free to come down to K-1 to speak with Kumu Punahele. --- Dayne Kealanahele-Querubin
• To all students: if you are interested in running for office for Student Association, please come to G-107 to inquire and sign up for an interview by January 31, 2017. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
Students who are interested in placing an ad in the yearbook. The ad and payment are due on January 31. Please see Mrs. Mastin regarding details. --- Jo Ann Mastin
Sabers Pause for Paws has been moved from February 25 to March 4, if your club, council or organization would like to have a game booth, craft booth or informational booth, please stop by G-107. All money raising forms must be submitted 30 days prior to the start of your sales. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
Class of 2019 and Class of 2020 students, Freshman Sophomore Banquet is coming up soon and the FSB committee is looking for students who would be interested in being a part of the court or would like to perform during the event.
     Court: If you are interested in being a part of the court, please come to S101 during lunch or after school from January 10 through January 20 to pick up the eligibility packet. Members of the chosen FSB court will need to attend practice sessions after school to learn and practice the court dance which will be performed during the event.
     Performers: We are continuing audition sign-ups for students who would like to perform during the event. Please come down to S101 to sign up for an audition date and pick up a performance contract during lunch or after school from January 10 through January 20. There will be a limited amount of spaces per audition day so come sign up for a spot quick! Auditions will be held on Mondays and Thursdays from January 23 to February 9. Come to S101 or see one of the class council members if you have questions! --- Carrie Archibald
 
Clubs:
For All Clubs! There will be an interclub meeting on Friday, January 20, 2017 at 3p.m. Please bring in a Club report, and some possible ideas for integrated projects that you may want to do for Sabers Pause 4 Paws. Hope to see you all there. ---Student Activities
Hey Sabers do you wanna get fit? Come and join the Saber Fit Club! Our first meeting is today January 18, 2017 during lunch in P-24. Come and get fit with us.---Amy Rabago
Attention: Math League Members! There is a mandatory meeting on Thursday January 19th. It will be held in P-26 from 2:30 to 3pm. ---J.Valdez
JCHS Hikers: If you registered for the Great Aloha Run, please pick up your In-Training t-shirts in N104. Continue to turn in your field trip paper for the February 11th hike. Although the deadline is next week, space is running out. The first 30 forms will have a spot for this north shore hike. No meeting this week. The next meeting is on Wednesday, January 25, 2017 in D206 during lunch.---S.Cassetta
The JCHS Drama Club will be holding auditions for and abridged version of Shakespeare's MacBeth. Auditions will be held in D108 right after school until 3:00pm, Wednesday January 18th and Thursday January 19th. The audition script will be available in A-14. Stop by and pick one up if you would like to practice before auditions. Scripts will also be available in D108 on Jan 18th and 19th. --- Jennifer Slotter
DECA Meeting
     • Date: January 17, Tuesday and January 19th, 2017
     • Place: Room P-38
     • Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m.
The CTSO will be held on February 23 and 24th, 2017 at the Hawaii Convention Center. Students who will be attending please attend our after school sessions. We are still welcoming new members and will be seeking out new Officers for year 2017-18. Please attend these meetings if you are wanting to run for offices. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports:
Congratulations to Campbell’s JV Swimmers. The JV Boys took 1st place and the Girls took 7th place out of 16 schools participating in the OIA JV Champs this past Saturday. The Boys 200 Medley Relay also set a new meet record. Congrats to the following Boys: Jonel E (9), Colin F (10), Roy O (9), and Bryan G (9). Well done Campbell Swimmers!!! ---Lara Fergueson
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information:
Upcoming College Presentations
     Feb 2 - Western Oregon University, Period 3, Room TBA On Site Admissions (Seniors Only), Period 4 till 3pm
     Feb 8 - UH West Oahu onsite Admissions 8:00 - 10:30, Room A-13 11:30 - 1:30, Room S112 Outside Events University of San Francisco
    Jan 14 - 18th Waikiki Beach Hotel Interviews with April Crabtree If USF is one of your top choices and you would like an interview with her, contact April Crabtree at acrabtree@usfca.edu
     Feb 9 - University of Arizona Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii, Manoa Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor 2454 S. Beretania St., Honolulu, HI 96826 To RSVP please email Ruben Fierros at rfierros@email.arizona.edu or visit bit.ly/wdhawaii17 Learn about our world -class academics and research, the great college town of Tucson, the Bear Down school spirit, and student life.
 
Summer Programs
     3 Days of Fashion Find Yourself at FIDM - San Diego - June 21-23, 2017, San Francisco - June 26-28, 2017 Orange County - June 26-28, 2017, Los Angeles - June 28-30, 2017 Hands on Workshops, 3 days for $300 Please come to the College and Career Center for more information  
 
New Scholarships are in!
Please come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information. New - Board of Water Supply Poetry Hawaii Rotary Youth Foundation Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information.  
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
#096
 
General:
Attention Seniors! The Senior prom will be held on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
ATTN: Senior Luau Table Sign Up - IF you are attending Senior Luau please come to D-105 during lunch from Tuesday, January 17 through Friday January 20 ONLY. Table sign up is on a first come first serve basis. All table guests must be present. We will also have a table for Hoss Election votes. More information to follow. --- Brandon Komatsu
Class of 2018, if you did not attend junior parent night, please stop by D106 during lunch to pick up important information that you missed. --- Geraldine Valencia
Juniors, forms for prom will start being distributed on Feb. 1 where obligations checks will be done. To avoid lines please pay off any obligations you have before February. Senior prom and FSB forms/bids will also be happening during this period so lines at the office will get long if you wait until Feb. Come to D106 during lunch or right after school if you want to check. More prom information to come next week. Follow us on Instagram, twitter, and or Remind 101 for information at your fingertips.
     Instagram: jchs_co_2018
     Twitter: @jchs_2018
     Reminder: send @Tkoid to the number 81010 --- Tracie Koide
To all students: Project Grad 2017 will be hosting a formal dress exchange in the cafeteria on February 25, 2017 from 2 to 5 PM. This will be just in time for Prom/Banquet season. Please consider bringing in your gently used formal/semiformal dresses to exchange for something new to use. More details to come. --- Crystal Tackaberry
PAAC After School Class: Do you need an extra .05 Social studies credit? Are you interested in Asian issues like ocean sustainability and South China Sea. Then this is class is for you! We have classes every Tuesday and Thursday from 2:15 to 4:30. First class is 1/24/16. In this class we do reflections, group work, watch videos, and go to field trips and no homework. Sign-ups are from now until 1/27/16 in P-5. I hope I see you there! --- Michael Lum
Students who took the PSAT in October: Your score reports are being distributed through Period 1 classes. If your Period 1 teacher does not have your report, feel free to stop by S101 for help in locating it. Within your report, you will receive access to online resources through the College Board. It is important that you use this information so you can be better prepared when you sign up for the college entrance SAT or ACT tests. In addition, if you would like to receive back the test booklet with the questions that you answered during the test, you can come to S101. All used test booklets will be recycled at the end of Term 3. --- Carrie Archibald
To all those who attended Winterball this year, pictures are now available for pick up in G107. Be sure to have your ID and dress top on in order for pick up during lunch or after school. --- Student Activities
Hau'oli Makahiki Hou! Interested in being a part of this year’s May Day court? Interested in performing a cultural dance? There will be an informational meeting on Wednesday 1/18/17 during lunch in K-1 for all interested students. If you have any questions before then, feel free to come down to K-1 to speak with Kumu Punahele. --- Dayne Kealanahele-Querubin
To all students: if you are interested in running for office for Student Association, please come to G-107 to inquire and sign up for an interview by January 31, 2017. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
Students who are interested in placing an ad in the yearbook. The ad and payment are due on January 31. Please see Mrs. Mastin regarding details. --- Jo Ann Mastin
Sabers Pause for Paws has been moved from February 25 to March 4, if your club, council or organization would like to have a game booth, craft booth or informational booth, please stop by G-107. All money raising forms must be submitted 30 days prior to the start of your sales. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
Class of 2019 and Class of 2020 students, Freshman Sophomore Banquet is coming up soon and the FSB committee is looking for students who would be interested in being a part of the court or would like to perform during the event.
     Court: If you are interested in being a part of the court, please come to S101 during lunch or after school from January 10 through January 20 to pick up the eligibility packet. Members of the chosen FSB court will need to attend practice sessions after school to learn and practice the court dance which will be performed during the event.                        Performers: We are continuing audition sign-ups for students who would like to perform during the event. Please come down to S101 to sign up for an audition date and pick up a performance contract during lunch or after school from January 10 through January 20. There will be a limited amount of spaces per audition day so come sign up for a spot quick! Auditions will be held on Mondays and Thursdays from January 23 to February 9. Come to S101 or see one of the class council members if you have questions! --- Carrie Archibald
 
Clubs:
The JCHS Drama Club will be holding auditions for and abridged version of Shakespeare's MacBeth. Auditions will be held in D108 right after school until 3:00pm, Wednesday January 18th and Thursday January 19th. The audition script will be available in A-14. Stop by and pick one up if you would like to practice before auditions. Scripts will also be available in D108 on Jan 18th and 19th. --- Jennifer Slotter
DECA Meeting
     • Date: January 17, Tuesday and January 19th, 2017
     • Place: Room P-38
     • Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m.
The CTSO will be held on February 23 and 24th, 2017 at the Hawaii Convention Center. Students who will be attending please attend our after school sessions. We are still welcoming new members and will be seeking out new Officers for year 2017-18. Please attend these meetings if you are wanting to run for offices. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports: *** No Announcements***
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information: *** No Announcements***
_________________________________________________________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Friday, January 13, 2017
#095
General:
Attention Seniors! The Senior prom will be held on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students, and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly. --- Kim Virtudazo
• ATTN: Senior Luau Table Sign Up - IF you are attending Senior Luau please come to D-105 during lunch from Tuesday, January 17 through Friday, January 20 ONLY. Table sign up is on a first come first serve basis. All table guests must be present. We will also have a table for Hoss Election votes. More information to follow. --- Brandon Komatsu
Attention Seniors! Congratulations to the couples/pairs listed below for winning Senior prom court. Voting for Queen and King will occur prom night.
Baylee Leggett and Tiffany Gabaylo
Isaiah Lopez and Megan Ramones
Jannice Castro and Cierra Slade 
Kekahi Reiny-Aloy and Precious Abarquez
Kobe Ibos and Sydney Maarat                          -- Kim Virtudazo
Juniors, forms for prom will start being distributed on Feb. 1 where obligations checks will be done. To avoid lines please pay off any obligations you have before February. Senior prom and FSB forms/bids will also be happening during this period so lines at the office will get long if you wait until Feb. Come to D106 during lunch or right after school if you want to check. More prom information to come next week. Follow us on Instagram, twitter, and or Remind 101 for information at your fingertips. Instagram: jchs_co_2018 Twitter: @jchs_2018 Reminder: send @Tkoid to the number 81010 --- Tracie Koide
To all those who attended Winterball this year, pictures are now available for pick up in G107. Be sure to have your ID and dress top on in order for pick up during lunch or after school. --- Student Activities
Hau'oli Makahiki Hou! Interested in being a part of this year’s May Day court? Interested in performing a cultural dance? There will be an informational meeting on Wednesday 1/18/17 during lunch in K-1 for all interested students. If you have any questions before then, feel free to come down to K-1 to speak with Kumu Punahele. --- Dayne Kealanahele-Querubin
To all students: if you are interested in running for office for Student Association, please come to G-107 to inquire and sign up for an interview by January 31, 2017. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
Students who are interested in placing an ad in the yearbook. The ad and payment are due on January 31. Please see Mrs. Mastin regarding details. --- Jo Ann Mastin
Sabers Pause for Paws has been moved from February 25 to March 4, if your club, council or organization would like to have a game booth, craft booth or informational booth, please stop by G-107. All money raising forms must be submitted 30 days prior to the start of your sales. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
Class of 2019 and Class of 2020 students, Freshman Sophomore Banquet is coming up soon and the FSB committee is looking for students who would be interested in being a part of the court or would like to perform during the event.
Court: If you are interested in being a part of the court, please come to S101 during lunch or after school from January 10 through January 20 to pick up the eligibility packet. Members of the chosen FSB court will need to attend practice sessions after school to learn and practice the court dance which will be performed during the event.
Performers: We are continuing audition sign-ups for students who would like to perform during the event. Please come down to S101 to sign up for an audition date and pick up a performance contract during lunch or after school from January 10 through January 20. There will be a limited amount of spaces per audition day so come sign up for a spot quick! Auditions will be held on Mondays and Thursdays from January 23 to February 9. Come to S101 or see one of the class council members if you have questions! --- Carrie Archibald Clubs:
 
Clubs:
Anime Club-Happy New Year! To anime club members, there will be a mandatory meeting on Friday, at 2:30 in D-102. Make sure to pick up and turn in your grade checks. We will be discussing fundraising, club shirts, and Kawaii Kon. See you there! --- Karly Kanehiro
The JCHS Drama Club will be holding auditions for and abridged version of Shakespeare's MacBeth. Auditions will be held in D108 right after school until 3:00pm, Wednesday, January 18th and Thursday, January 19th. The audition script will be available in A-14. Stop by and pick one up if you would like to practice before auditions. Scripts will also be available in D108 on Jan 18th and 19th. --- Jennifer Slotter
DECA Meeting
Date: January 17, Tuesday and January 19th, 2017
Place: Room P-38
Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m.
The CTSO will be held on February 23 and 24th, 2017 at the Hawaii Convention Center. Students who will be attending please attend our after school sessions. We are still welcoming new members and will be seeking out new Officers for year 2017-18. Please attend these meetings if you are wanting to run for offices. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi
 
Sports:
Friday, January 13: Boys soccer vs. Waipahu (JV start time 5:30 PM, V start time 7PM); Girls basketball @ Waianae (JV start time 5:30 PM, V start time 7PM) 
Saturday, January 14: JV baseball vs. Waianae (start time 11 am; Wrestling @ Kalaheo (start time 10 am); Boys basketball @ Leilehua High School (JV start time 5:30 PM, V start time 7PM)
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information: 
Upcoming College Presentations
Feb 2 - Western Oregon University,
  Period 3, Room TBA On Site Admissions (Seniors Only),
  Period 4 till 3pm
Feb 8 - UH West Oahu onsite Admissions
  8:00 - 10:30, Room
  A-13 11:30 - 1:30, Room S112
Outside Events
University of San Francisco
  Jan 14 - 18th
  Waikiki Beach Hotel
Interviews with April Crabtree
If USF is one of your top choices and you would like an interview with her, contact April Crabtree at acrabtree@usfca.edu
University of Arizona
 Feb 9 
  Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii, Manoa Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor
  2454 S. Beretania St., Honolulu, HI 96826
To RSVP please email Ruben Fierros at rfierros@email.arizona.edu or vist bit.ly/wdhawaii17 Learn about our world -class academics and research, the great college town of Tucson, the Bear Down school spirit, and student life.
New Scholarships are in! Please come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information.
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information  
_______________________________________
 
James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Thursday, January 12, 2016
#094
General:
Attention Seniors! The Senior prom will be held on Saturday, April 22nd at the Dole Cannery's Pomaikai Ballroom. Bid distributions will run from Tues, Feb 21st to Fri, Feb 24th in D105 during lunch only. $90 Campbell students and $100 for outside guest's bid sales will run from Mon, Feb 27th to Fri, Mar 3rd. $95 (Campbell student) and $105 (outside guest) bid sales will run from Mon, March 6th to Fri, March 10th. Bid sales will be done in D305 during lunch every day, and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. All obligations must be cleared and dues must be paid prior to picking up a form. There will be no extensions and no exceptions -- first come, first serve, so plan accordingly.  --- Kim Virtudazo
ATTN: Senior Luau Table Sign Up - IF you are attending Senior Luau please come to D-305 during lunch from Tuesday, January 17 through Friday, January 20 ONLY. Table sign up is on a first come first serve basis. All table guests must be present. We will also have a table for Hoss Election votes. More information to follow. --- Brandon Komatsu
Attention Seniors! Congratulations to the couples/pairs listed below for winning Senior prom court. Voting for Queen and King will occur prom night. 
Baylee Leggett and Tiffany Gabaylo 
Isaiah Lopez and Megan Ramones 
Jannice Castro and Cierra Slade 
Kekahi Reiny-Aloy and Precious Abarquez 
Kobe Ibos and Sydney Maarat                                       ---- Kim Virtudazo 
To all those who attended Winterball this year, pictures are now available for pick up in G107. Be sure to have your ID and dress top on in order for pick up during lunch or after school. --- Student Activities
Juniors, parent night will be on Thursday, January 12th at 6:30 pm in the gym. We will be sharing important information for both parents and students. --- Geraldine Valencia 
Hau'oli Makahiki Hou! Interested in being a part of this year’s May Day court? Interested in performing a cultural dance? There will be an informational meeting on Wednesday 1/18/17 during lunch in K-1 for all interested students. If you have any questions before then, feel free to come down to K-1 to speak with Kumu Punahele. --- Dayne Kealanahele-Querubin 
To all students: if you are interested in running for office for Student Association, please come to G-107 to inquire and sign up for an interview by January 31, 2017. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
Students who are interested in placing an ad in the yearbook. The ad and payment are due on January 31. Please see Mrs. Mastin regarding details. --- Jo Ann Mastin
Sabers Pause for Paws has been moved from February 25 to March 4, if your club, council or organization would like to have a game booth, craft booth or informational booth, please stop by G-107. All money raising forms must be submitted 30 days prior to the start of your sales. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung ϖ
Class of 2019 and Class of 2020 students, Freshmen-Sophomore Banquet is coming up soon and the FSB committee is looking for students who would be interested in being a part of the court or would like to perform during the event.
Court: If you are interested in being a part of the court, please come to S101 during lunch or after school from January 10 through January 20 to pick up the eligibility packet. Members of the chosen FSB court will need to attend practice sessions after school to learn and practice the court dance which will be performed during the event.
Performers: We are continuing audition sign-ups for students who would like to perform during the event. Please come down to S101 to sign up for an audition date and pick up a performance contract during lunch or after school from January 10 through January 20. There will be a limited amount of spaces per audition day so come sign up for a spot quick! Auditions will be held on Mondays and Thursdays from January 23 to February 9. Come to S101 or see one of the class council members if you have questions! --- Carrie Archibald
 
Clubs:
Green Team: Happy New Year! There is a mandatory meeting this Thursday (1/12/17) at 2:30 in O202. NEW MEMBERS your club agreement form and $10 club dues are due on this day as well (1/12/17). --- Ann Pang
Anime Club-Happy New Year! To anime club members, there will be a mandatory meeting on Friday, at 2:30 in D-102. Make sure to pick up and turn in your grade checks. We will be discussing fundraising, club shirts, and Kawaii Kon. See you there! --- Karly Kanehiro
 
Sports:
Friday, January 13: Boys soccer vs. Waipahu (JV start time 5:30 PM, V start time 7PM); Girls basketball @ Waianae (JV start time 5:30 PM, V start time 7PM) 
Saturday, January 14: JV baseball vs. Waianae (start time 11 am; Wrestling @ Kalaheo (start time 10 am); Boys basketball @ Leilehua High School (JV start time 5:30 PM, V start time 7PM)
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information: 
Upcoming College Presentations
Feb 2 - Western Oregon University,
  Period 3, Room TBA On Site Admissions (Seniors Only),
  Period 4 till 3pm
Feb 8 - UH West Oahu onsite Admissions
  8:00 - 10:30, Room
  A-13 11:30 - 1:30, Room S112
Outside Events
University of San Francisco
  Jan 14 - 18th
  Waikiki Beach Hotel
Interviews with April Crabtree
If USF is one of your top choices and you would like an interview with her, contact April Crabtree at acrabtree@usfca.edu
University of Arizona
  Feb 9 
  Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii, Manoa Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor
  2454 S. Beretania St., Honolulu, HI 96826
To RSVP please email Ruben Fierros at rfierros@email.arizona.edu or vist bit.ly/wdhawaii17 Learn about our world -class academics and research, the great college town of Tucson, the Bear Down school spirit, and student life.
New Scholarships are in! Please come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information.
Please be sure to check your Naviance account and come to the College and Career Center, Room S213 for more information  
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James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Wednesday, January 11, 2016
#093
General
Attention Seniors! Congratulations to the couples/pairs listed below for winning Senior prom court. Voting for Queen and King will occur prom night. 
Baylee Leggett and Tiffany Gabaylo 
Isaiah Lopez and Megan Ramones 
Jannice Castro and Cierra Slade 
Kekahi Reiny-Aloy and Precious Abarquez 
Kobe Ibos and Sydney Maarat --- Kim Virtudazo 
To all those who attended Winterball this year, pictures are now available for pick up in G107. Be sure to have your ID and dress top on in order for pick up during lunch or after school. --- Student Activities
Juniors, parent night will be on Thursday, January 12th at 6:30 pm in the gym.  We will be sharing important information for both parents and students. --- Geraldine Valencia
Hau'oli Makahiki Hou! Interested in being a part of this year’s May Day court? Interested in performing a cultural dance? There will be an informational meeting on Wednesday 1/18/17 during lunch in K-1 for all interested students. If you have any questions before then, feel free to come down to K-1 to speak with Kumu Punahele. --- Dayne Kealanahele-Querubin
Students who are interested in placing an ad in the yearbook. The ad and payment are due on January 31. Please see Mrs. Mastin regarding details. --- Jo Ann Mastin
Sabers Pause for Paws has been moved from February 25 to March 4, if your club, council or organization would like to have a game booth, craft booth or informational booth, please stop by G-107. All money raising forms must be submitted 30 days prior to the start of your sales. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
Class of 2019 and Class of 2020 students, Freshman-Sophomore Banquet is coming up soon and the FSB committee is looking for students who would be interested in being a part of the court or would like to perform during the event.
Court: If you are interested in being a part of the court, please come to S101 during lunch or after school from January 10 through January 20 to pick up the eligibility packet. Members of the chosen FSB court will need to attend practice sessions after school to learn and practice the court dance which will be performed during the event.
Performers: We are continuing audition sign-ups for students who would like to perform during the event. Please come down to S101 to sign up for an audition date and pick up a performance contract during lunch or after school from January 10 through January 20. There will be a limited amount of spaces per audition day so come sign up for a spot quick! Auditions will be held on Mondays and Thursdays from January 23 to February 9. Come to S101 or see one of the class council members if you have questions! --- Carrie Archibald
 
Clubs:
Happy New Year JCHS Hikers: Our first meeting for 2017 will be on Wednesday, January, 11, 2017 during lunch in D206. Agenda items include distribution of field trip forms for the Pupukea Hike on Oahu's north shore scheduled for Saturday, January 21st. Due to high interest in this activity, the first 40 members to turn in their field trip papers are guaranteed a spot. The meeting will also include the beginning for nominations of next year's JCHS Hikers officers. --- Sherry Cassetta
 
Sports:
Wednesday, January 11: Girls basketball vs. Kapolei (JV start time 5:30 PM, V start time 7PM); JV baseball @ Aiea High School (start time 3 PM)
Friday, January 13: Boys soccer vs. Waipahu (JV start time 5:30 PM, V start time 7PM); Girls basketball @ Waianae (JV start time 5:30 PM, V start time 7PM)
Saturday, January 14: JV baseball vs. Waianae (start time 11 am; Wrestling @ Kalaheo (start time 10 am); Boys basketball @ Leilehua High School (JV start time 5:30 PM, V start time 7PM)
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information: *** No Announcements***
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James Campbell High School
STUDENT BULLETIN
Tuesday, January 10, 2016
#092
General:
• Class of 2018, you will be having your first parent night on January 12th at 6:30 pm. We will be sharing important information about upcoming events, college and career readiness, testing, ordering class rings, and yearbook. Mark your calendars! --- Geraldine Valencia ϖ Class of 2019 and Class of 2020 students,
• Class of 2019 and Class of 2020 students, Freshman-Sophomore Banquet is coming up soon and the FSB committee is looking for students who would be interested in being a part of the court or would like to perform during the event. 
Court: If you are interested in being a part of the court, please come to S101 during lunch or after school from January 10 through January 20 to pick up the eligibility packet. Members of the chosen FSB court will need to attend practice sessions after school to learn and practice the court dance which will be performed during the event.
Performers: We are continuing audition sign-ups for students who would like to perform during the event. Please come down to S101 to sign up for an audition date and pick up a performance contract during lunch or after school from January 10 through January 20. There will be a limited amount of spaces per audition day so come sign up for a spot quick! Auditions will be held on Mondays and Thursdays from January 23 to February 9. Come to S101 or see one of the class council members if you have questions! --- Carrie Archibald Clubs: ϖ Happy New Year JCHS Hikers: Our first meeting for 2017 will be on Wednesday,
 
Clubs:
• Happy New Year JCHS Hikers: Our first meeting for 2017 will be on Wednesday, January, 11, 2017 during lunch in D206. Agenda items include distribution of field trip forms for the Pupukea Hike on Oahu's north shore scheduled for Saturday, January 21st. Due to high interest in this activity, the first 40 members to turn in their field trip papers are guaranteed a spot. The meeting will also include the beginning for nominations of next year's JCHS Hikers officers. --- Sherry Cassetta 
• DECA Chapter Meeting
  Date: January 10th - Tuesday
  Time: 2:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  Place: P-38
All DECA members who will be competing in the CTSO on February 23 - 24th, 2017, all forms must be picked up and signed by your parents/guardian and teachers. Mark your calendar and be sure you have the forms before you leave on vacation or picked them up on January 9th, 2017. Deadline date: January 12th to submit over to CTE Coordinator no later than January 13rth, 2017. --- Linda Urner & Val Tina Oishi 
• To all club, class advisors and anyone interested in getting trained in our financial process and procedures: There will be voluntary training held on January 19, 2017 from 2:30 p.m. in G-104. If you have any question regarding our financial process and procedures dealing with the Student Activity Fund (Local School Accounts), please send them to Madeline Mason, so she can be prepared to answer your question(s) at the training session.
Possible areas of concern:
• Fundraising 
• Deposits/collections 
• P.O. 
• Reimbursements 
• Fundraising accounts 
• What can SAF funds be used for?
If you are planning to attend, please register at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Q-a5_K5mAnt9I9xTZPXeOSNlJMId4FLD2Cjv9uJcxAw/editIf you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me or stop by G-107. --- Sara Ann Kimura-Tung
 
Sports:
• Tuesday, January 10: Girls and Boys Varsity soccer vs. Waialua (JV start time 5:30 PM, V start time 7PM); Boys basketball vs. Radford (JV start time 5:30 PM, V start time 7PM) 
• Wednesday, January 11: Girls basketball vs. Kapolei (JV start time 5:30 PM, V start time 7PM); JV baseball @ Aiea High School (start time 3 PM)
• Friday, January 13: Boys soccer vs. Waipahu (JV start time 5:30 PM, V start time 7PM); Girls basketball @ Waianae (JV start time 5:30 PM, V start time 7PM) 
• Saturday, January 14: JV baseball vs. Waianae (start time 11 am; Wrestling @ Kalaheo (start time 10 am); Boys basketball @ Leilehua High School (JV start time 5:30 PM, V start time 7PM)
 
Transition Center Information: *** No Announcements***
 
College & Career Center Information: *** No Announcements***