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This week will follow the Regular Week's schedule (A1-A2-A3-B1-B2).See bell schedule below for specific times.
Bulletin Board » Daily Bulletin for February 6

Daily Bulletin for February 6

Wednesday, February 6, 2019
Periods: 3-4-5-6-7

General Students and Teachers:
Extended CAP for ACT Registration
ACT REGISTRATION (Extended CAP) Thursday, February 7, 2019

Mandatory. Juniors will be using this time to register for the ACT. All other grades will remain in
CAP unless otherwise instructed.

8:25 - 8:30 Teachers' Opening 5 min.
8:30 - 9:45 EXTENDED CAP 75 min.
9:45 -10:00 Recess 15 min.
10:00-10:05 Pass 5 min.
10:05-11:10 Period 1/Bulletin 65 min.
11:10-11:16 Pass 6 min.
11:16-12:18 Period 2 62 min.
12:18-12:49 Lunch 31 min.
12:49-12:54 Pass 5 min.
12:54- 1:56 Period 3 62 min.- S. Pang

The ASVAB will be administered at Moanalua High School on Friday, February 8th at 8:00 am in the library. This test is open to all 10th, 11th, and 12th graders. Come to the CCC to sign up. It's FREE!- R. Himuro

Foodland Shop For Higher Education
It's that time of year again! The annual Foodland Shop for Higher Education Program will run from February 6 to March 19. All you need to do is show your Foodland or Sack 'n' Save Maika'i Card to any cashier and give our school code: 7574. Once you give the code, you need not do so any other time as you will automatically be registered. If you do not have a Maika'i card, simply go to the information booth and get one. It's FREE! Then, every time you purchase something from Foodland or Sack 'n' Save, Moanalua will receive points. If we collect enough points, we will receive one $2000 scholarship. If we are in the top 20 statewide, we receive another scholarship. In fact, the higher we go, the more scholarships we can get. Historically, Moanalua places around 35th or 36th every year. Let's try to improve on that and at least get into the top 20!- S. Pang

Career Fair Thank you
Thank you to everyone who helped and attended the career fair. The presenters were very impressed with the "aloha" they felt from everyone on campus. Thank you students for being extremely respectful and welcoming. Thank you teachers for being so helpful and accommodating. Hope everyone enjoyed themselves and learned something new!- A. Nakagawa

Japanese Club Meeting this week Friday, 2/8/2019 during lunch in Kohara's room L201. Please come to learn about upcoming events in Feb and March. Thank you.
- J. Tateyama