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Posts from May 2014

May 29, 2014 | 12:31 pm

Farewell Message from Principal Mew

Through the magic of Kaiser High's Media-Communications Learning Center, Principal Mew gave his final message to the Niu Valley Middle School students, faculty, staff, parents and community. This was broadcast today on Niu News, then rebroadcast over the Closed Circuit TV system. Click on this link to see and hear his final message: http://vimeo.com/96780383


May 27, 2014 | 3:30 pm

Draft Student Class Schedule Pick Up for Incoming Kaiser High Students

See the Documents tab on the Niu Valley Middle School website for a letter from Kaiser High School Head of School/Principal Mr. Mew. It provides information regarding the pick up of a DRAFT Schedule for the Class of 2018 (present Grade 8) who have been registered for Kaiser High School, School Year 2014-15.


May 13, 2014 | 11:37 am

Niu Valley Middle “Art of the Ages Printing Exhibition” 2014 In Progress.

Support the Niu Valley Middle Student-Artists by visiting the Honolulu Museum of Art School to view our very own visual arts students who created and exhibit their work. See the "Magazine" article on our website to learn about the historical perspective of the printing press and acquisition of our own press. The exhibition runs from May 11-16, 2014 at the Honolulu Museum of Art School.


May 09, 2014 | 4:36 pm

Potential Predator Alert

Parent of a 6' tall male Kaiser Cougar student reported that while walking home this afternoon at 3 p.m., he was stopped by a male who offered him a ride. The circumstances were suspicious.  Location: Hawaii Kai Drive, makai-bound, ewa side. Near bus stop at Wailua Street and fronting the Nanea Townhomes. Description:  Caucasian Male, approximately 60 years old. Silver sedan (good condition).  Our student refused the unsub's offer for a ride, then continued walking. The unsub drove off makai bound.


May 08, 2014 | 8:54 am

8th Grade Class Day Banquet Attire: Reminders

Refer to permission form and letter that was distributed early April.

Dress Code:

  1. Suggested clothing for girls are:  dresses, jeans or slacks, skirts, blouses, shoes/sandals.
  2. Suggested clothing for boys are:  jeans or slacks (dress shorts are allowed), collared shirts, shoes/sandals.
  3. Adhere to NVMS Dress Code and Guidelines
  • No oversized/baggy clothing
  • No spaghetti straps (straps needs to be 1.5 inches or longer)
  • No halter tops/dresses
  • No low-cut, strapless, or one-shoulder tops/dresses
  • No showing of the midriff area or backless shirts/dresses (this includes but is not limited to cut out portions of backs)
  • Shorts/skirts shall be no more than 2 inches above the top of the knee cap (skirts that ride up as students walk/dance will be considered in violation of dress code).
  • No undergarments should be visible through clothing.
  • No hats/caps headgear

ANY STUDENT IN VIOLATION OF THE DRESS CODE WILL BE REQUIRED TO WEAR ALTERNATE CLOTHING TO THE EVENT.


May 05, 2014 | 8:16 am

Summer School 2014

  • Enrichment class for incoming grade 6 is full.
  • Enricment class for incoming grade 7 and grade 8 is full.

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