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This week will follow the regular week's schedule.  Due to the Martin Luther King, Jr. HOLIDAY, next week will be a C-Week.  See bell schedules below for specific times.
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Daily Bulletin for January 9

DAILY BULLETIN
Wednesday, January 9, 2019
Periods: 4-5-6-7

General Students and Teachers:
AP Night 2019
Advanced Placement Night is scheduled for January 10th, 2019, in our school cafeteria. The night will begin at 6:00 pm. We will be discussing the advanced placement expectations, requirements, and changes for next year. Students will also be given an opportunity to meet with the A.P. teachers to discuss specific course expectations and to collect their labels and signatures. We encourage all students and families to attend who are interested in enrolling in any advanced placement courses for next school year.- E. Kubota

Forgot your ID?
If you forget your ID, you may still get a meal on Lines 1 & 4. Just punch in either your 10 digit Student ID number or the Meal Tracker number on our 10-key pad. Your MohS ID photo will be used to verify the number.- L. Hayashida

Pre-ACT for Grades 9 & 10
February 20th is ACT Test Day at Moanalua High School! ALL grade 11 students will take the ACT (many US colleges use this for college admissions).
Grade 9 & 10 students may REGISTER to take the Pre-A.C.T. The Pre-ACT provides students with the opportunity to practice for the ACT® test, as well as a full view of college and career readiness. This test also identifies areas of strength and improvement, to increase chance of success in the Grade 11 ACT.
Grade 9 & 10 students - Please register for the Pre-ACT in the College & Career Center by Wednesday, January 16. - C. Morita

Registration Night 2019
Registration night is tonight, January 9th, 2019, and will begin at 6:00 pm in our school cafeteria. All students and parents are highly encouraged to attend and learn more about electives, new courses, and graduation requirements. This will also be a good opportunity for students to collect their elective labels and signatures. - E. Kubota