Nānākuli High & Intermediate

"If you can dream it, you can do it." - Walt Disney *** "No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted." - Aesop *** Only I can change my life.  No one can do it for me." - Carol Burnett *** "Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending." - Maria Robinson *** The Nānākuli Online Store is open for business

Upcoming Events

NPAC CLASS
Date: 2/22/2019, 3 PM 6 PM
Location: MPB
NHIS HEALTH PATHWAY, AVID: PAE PAE FISHPOND
Date: 2/23/2019
NPAC CLASS
Date: 2/23/2019, 8 AM 6 PM
Location: MPB
Meeting w/SW
Date: 2/25/2019, 8:30 AM 9:30 AM
Location: NHIS: AC Room
NPAC CLASS
Date: 2/25/2019, 3 PM 6 PM
Location: MPB

In the Spotlight

NHIS ONLINE STORE IS OPEN!
 
After many many requests, Nanakuli High and Intermediate has an online store to purchase Golden Hawk shirts, jackets, caps, and other gear. The beauty of this site is that there are so many ways to personalize your outfit. You can have the Hawk Logo on the item or you can have a sport or school program or department on the item. There are over 100 ways you can personalize your shirt, hoodie, jacket, pants and other items. Just click on the design categories link and see the many NHIS programs you can support.
 
A percentage of every purchase is credited back to NHIS. Share the website to friends and family in Hawaii and outside the state. Shipping is a flat $6.95 no matter where you ship and no matter how large your order is.
 
Reminder for middle school students, these shirts (even those with "Middle School" on them) are NOT acceptable as school uniforms. These are for personal use only.
 
Student Government will still have some items during the year in stock for purchase also and we will announce these items during the year. 
 
We hope this satisfies the many requests for NHIS logo items and allows everyone to shop 24/7. So we hope you find something you like and support NHIS!
 
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Principal's Message

If parents want to give their children a gift, the best thing they can do is to teach their children to love challenges, be intrigued by mistakes, enjoy effort, and keep on learning. That way, their children don’t have to be slaves of praise. They will have a lifelong way to build and repair their own confidence. 
– Carol Dweck

News and Announcements

CONTACT INFORMATION OF COMPLEX EQUITY SPECIALISTS & NON-DISCRIMINATION & ANTI-HARRASMENT STATEMENT

Lance P. Larsen Jr.
Equity Specialist*
(808) 600-9481
lance_larsen/CRC/HIDOE@notes.k12.hi.us

*The Complex Area Equity Specialist addresses complaints relating to conduct based on a student's race, color, national origin, sex, physical or mental disability, religion, gender identity and expression, socio-economic status, physical appearance and characteristic or sexual orientation. The Complex Area Equity Specialist also acts as the coordinator for Title IX (gender equity), Language Access, Reasonable Accommodations and as the primary resource for issues relating to Title VII (employment discrimination).

LETTER TO PARENT: SUPERINTENDENT KISHIMOTO

Click on the link to view a letter from Superintendent Kishimoto. Important message concerning the recent events over social media. The Department of Education takes these types of threats very seriously. Please talk with your child(ren) about the seriousness of this matter.

Mahalo

#HATNOTHATE ANTI-BULLYING CAMPAIGN

NHIS will participate in the #HATNOTHATE Anti-Bullying Campaign. The #HATNOTHATE Campaign involves creating your own blue hat for Anti-Bullying and posting to social media with the #HATNOTHATE hashtag. This movement is to bring awareness and to stop Anti-bullying in our society. For more information on this movement click on the link..

FOODLAND'S SHOP FOR BETTER EDUCATION CAMPAIGN

NHIS' needs your support! The Foodland Shop for Better Education campaign has started at Foodland and Sack N Save Stores. Show your support by designating Nānākuli High & Intermediate School by using the code...7578. Your support will mean more scholarship monies for our graduating seniors. Mahalo

SCC COMMUNITY MEETING

NHIS SCC will hold its community meeting on Thursday, February 28. It will be held in the Multipurpose and start at 6:00pm. Come out to hear what's happening at the school and provide your voice.

SPECIAL BELL SCHEDULE DUE TO CHALLENGE DAY ASSEMBLY

NHIS will be on a special bell schedule during the week of February 25 - March 1. This is to accommodate a make-up Challenge Day assembly that was suppose to take place in September. That assembly was cancelled due to Tropical Storm Olivia. Click on the link to access the schedule.

NHIS STUDENTS TO TAKE ACT

On Wednesday, February 20, students in grades 9-12 will take assessments from the ACT Suite. 9th-10th grade students will take the PreACT. 11th grade students will take the ACT and 12th grade will take the WorkKeys. Students in grades 7th-8th will NOT be tested. They will still have classes that day. Click on the link to see the testing schedule for that day.

SPEAK NOW ANTI-BULLYING MOBILE APPLICATION (APP)

HIDOE is introducing the Speak Now App to schools. It is a reporting tool to provide another mechanism for students to report incidents of bullying. Click on the link to view a video on how to use the App and other information. The mobile app will be available to download on Thursday, January 31.

ACT 206 (2018), RELATING TO HEALTH: ELECTRONIC SMOKING DEVICES

In accordance with Act 206 (2018), Section 712-1258, Hawaii Revised Statutes, it is unlawful for any student under the age of twenty-one to purchase or possess any tobacco product or electronic smoking device. An electronic smoking device is defined as any electronic product that can be used to aerosolize and deliver nicotine or other substances to the person inhaling from the device, including but not limited to an electronic cigarette, electronic cigar, electronic cigarillo, or electronic pipe, and any cartridge or other component of the device or related product.

In addition, any tobacco product or electronic smoking device found in a student’s possession is a violation of Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR) Chapter 19, shall be seized by school administration, and forfeited to law enforcement. This is pursuant of Act 206 (HB 1895, HD1, SD1, CD1), Part II, Section 8(5) effective July 1, 2018.

Effective immediately, all Hawaii State Department of Education schools shall inform students and parents/legal guardians the following regarding tobacco products or electronic smoking devices:
1. It is unlawful for any student under the age of twenty-one to purchase or possess any tobacco product or electronic smoking device.
2. A student committing this offense is subject to the disciplinary actions of HAR Chapter 19.
3. Electronic smoking devices (e-cigarettes) will be seized, forfeited to the school administrator and destroyed by law enforcement following the conclusion of administrative investigation.

NHIS VEX TEAM WINS AWARD

Congratulations to Michaela Melchor, Phreya Costales, Catrina Melchor and Hannah Benecarlo for winning the Design Award at the West Oahu League Championship for VEX Robotics. The Design Award is presented to a team that demonstrates an organized and professional approach to the design process, project management, time management and team organization. The winning team is able to describe how they implemented an efficient and productive design process to accomplish the project goals.

Winning the Design Award, has qualified the team to compete in the Hawaii State VEX Robotics Championship (Jan 12, At UH Manoa) and the National CREATE U.S. Open Robotics Championship in Iowa in April. Way to go young ladies!

FERPA NOTIFICATION

Know your privacy rights as they apply to 1) student record information; 2) directory information; 3) surveys and other information collection; and 4) military recruitment information. For more information on your privacy rights, the laws that protect them, and how to exercise your rights, contact your school administrator or click on the link above to learn more.

THE PARENT'S RIGHT TO KNOW: EVERY STUDENT SUCCEEDS ACT (ESSA)

The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) provides parent(s)/guardian(s) of a DOE student, the right to know professional qualifications of the classroom teacher(s) and if the child is provided services by paraprofessionals and, if so their qualifications. Click on the link for more information on your right to know.

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