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Daily Bulletin for January 15

DAILY BULLETIN
Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Periods: 1-2-4-HR-5

General Students and Teachers:

College Planning Night
A college planning night for underclassmen will be held on Thursday, January 17th to kick-off the college planning process. The event will begin at 6:00pm in the library.- R. Himuro

New digital media course
If you have two years of media experience and want to make a positive impact on the school, then consider signing up for the new communications and public relations class. This hands-on, real-world course will have you working with groups on campus to increase their social media presence, publicizing schoolwide events and interacting with the outside community to showcase the great work happening at Moanalua High School. See Mr. Zavala in G 201 for the registration stickers.- L. Voss

Newspaper seeks new staff members
If you want to be "in the know" and you like to write, then consider joining the Na Hoku O Moanalua newspaper staff. Our reporters get the inside scoop on events and people around campus. We publish both online and in print. While some people think news is "fake," we at No Hoku live to record history, report the truth and recognize excellence. Be a part of our team! Sign up in H 303.- L. Voss

Registration Cards Due Thursday
Students - reminder that Registration cards are due on Thursday, January 17th. Make sure you're getting your stickers. Don't forget your parent signature on the back. Let's get 100% of those cards completed and submitted in on time. Mahalo for your cooperation.- E. Kubota

SA Senate Meeting
A SA Senate Meeting will be held today, during lunch in the Library. Please remember to bring your pass!- S. Pang

Senior Project
Juniors, if you are looking to spice up your senior year and make it one to remember, consider registering for Senior Project as an elective. In this class, you are able to choose your own adventure and pursue your interests while learning to develop a project that puts the real world at your feet. That traffic pattern in the teacher's parking lot? That was a Senior Project. The ocean painting in the library? That was also a Senior Project. Even the garden outside P 14. Another Senior Project. The possibilities are almost limitless. Get your stickers from Miss Koyanagi in P 14 or Mrs. Voss in H 303.- L. Voss