Posts from March 2012
March 29, 2012 | 5:09 pm
Today, a custom-designed marquee was installed on the planter box. It replaces the brittle one and the digital sign. Our new sign accurately identifies us as an International Baccalaureate World School, and sports our school logo as well. Kudos to PCNC Joanne Imada for coordinating this project. Look for signage for our school podiums as well! That is in production as well.
March 28, 2012 | 7:43 am
If your child rode the Yellow School Bus home yesterday--2nd run that hit an adult pedestrian--please check with your child to see if your child was injured. For example, one parent reported a tooth was knocked out and whiplash-type injury was sustained. Report injury to Pauline at Robert's Transportation at 590-1461.
March 27, 2012 | 11:13 am
Third Quarter Report Cards will be distributed tomorrow, Wednesday, March 28th through your child's Advisory Period, placed in the Communications Envelope. Look for reasons to celebrate. Reset goals and make plans to Finish Strong!
March 27, 2012 | 10:33 am
The second-run Yellow School Bus hit an adult pedestrian at the intersection of Halemaumau Street and Kalanianaole Highway. All students are safe. There were NO students injured. An ambulance has taken the adult pedestrian. Traffic is no longer an issue. Another school has completed its run and will pick up our stranded students. They will be home or at their destination much later than usual.
March 24, 2012 | 5:49 am
Our iconic school sign was removed today. Faced with a complaint about the electronic digital sign, since deemed as illegal, the Friends of Niu Valley purchased a new marquee, scheduled for installation later next week. Koko Head Lion Mr. Stan donated his expertise as a welder to help us remove the school sign. Here, Mr. Stan and NVMS Math Teacher Mr. Jonathan Oshiro move the acetylene and oxygen tanks into position.
March 24, 2012 | 5:42 am
FNV Parent Coordinator Mr. Paul Bernstein shows how to construct the boxes to IB Technology Coordinator Mr. Garrett Hatakenaka and FNV Parent Mrs. Renee Ako. These boxes will protect the trees and hold nutrients to give these trees a chance to thrive. Related projects to this one: Students, Parents and the Koko Head Lions Club members are hand-digging a trench, running the length of our parking lot--to lay PVC pipes and install sprinkler heads that will water the trees.
March 24, 2012 | 5:37 am
Six projects are being attended to. Friends of Niu Valley, the Koko Head Lions Club, and Grade 8 Science Teachers have coordinated efforts to work on our school grounds this morning. Here, a pile of mulch donated by our City and County is being wheeled/carried to various projects.
March 23, 2012 | 7:02 am
Seventy students who are participating in today's Hoops for Heart competition had solicited donations from the community, faculty, family and friends. That covered entry fees to compete in this event, all being given to the American Heart Association. Thank you for helping our students service this worthy cause. Appreciation is also extended to the Friends of Niu Valley for providing refreshments to the students and volunteers, and for sponsoring lunch for volunteers. Parents took off from work to provide "people power" as well. This was a team effort!
March 23, 2012 | 6:54 am
One way to improve on one's game is to challenge opponents who are bigger, stronger, and "better" than oneself. Our Lady Lancer team was up to the task in the 2012 Hoops for Heart being held at Niu Valley Middle School courts. They are seen here hitting the boards against an 8th grade team of boys. The benefits: "up their game," exercise, fun, practice IB Area of Interaction: Service. Entry fees are donated to the American Heart Association.
March 23, 2012 | 6:46 am
Sixteen teams involving approximately 70 students are competing in today's Hoops for Heart activity. Coordinated by Student Activities Coordinator Mr. Marc Wong, the Student Government Officers, and leadership class, there are two divisions: (1) Recreation and (2) Competitive. All entry fees are being donated to the American Heart Association. In this photo, Kaiser High School Boy's Basketball Coach Ivan Tamura and his team are briefed along with participants. Mahalo to the Kaiser Cougars for volunteering as referees.
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