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Daily Bulletin for April 22

DAILY BULLETIN
Monday, April 22, 2019
Periods: 1-2-CAP-3

General Students and Teachers:
AP Exam Fees
AP Exam Fees are currently being collected in the College & Career Center. Students are required to take the AP Exam for each AP course they are enrolled in and will need to pay for each AP Exam they take in May. The exam fee is $94 per exam and the cost for students who qualify for free or reduced lunch is $12 per exam. Cash or checks made payable to Moanalua High School are accepted. Payments made after May 1st must be made in cash only. If students are absent on the scheduled exam day, they must pay an additional $45 to take an alternate exam on the scheduled late testing date.- R. Himuro

AP Literature meeting for next year
AP Literature students for the 2019-2020 school year must come to a mandatory meeting at lunch with Mr. Pounds in room H302 on Tuesday, April 23rd. The meeting will begin about 15 minutes after the lunch bell, so you have time to get lunch. During this meeting, you will get more specifics on the course, the syllabus, and you will get your Summer assignments. If you have any issues attending this meeting, please see Mr. Pounds in H302 about what you'll miss. That's Tuesday, April 23rd during lunch.- M. Pounds

Mene Thanks!
Menes, want to show your appreciation to any teacher or staff member? Here's your chance to do so, and it's FREE! Starting April 4 through April 24, pick up a blank "Mene Thanks" form in the SA Room and write a short note of thanks to a teacher or staff member. On the first day, April 4, blank forms will be given to all homerooms so ask your teacher. If he or she runs out, come to the SA Room for more. All forms will be screened, then put together for all recipients to issue during Teacher Appreciation Week, May 6-10.- S. Pang

Purple Up!
Purple Up Day is coming! It is a day to honor our military dependent families. On Wednesday, April 24, please wear purple to show your support to honor our military families and fellow students who come from military families. As a little extra incentive, the Period 1 class that has the most students wearing purple that morning will win a prize! Let's honor Hawaii's heroes!- S. Pang

Seniors - Previous Elementary School Report Cards
Seniors, if you are interested in obtaining your previous elementary/middle school report cards or private school records that we may have on file, please come to the registrar's office during non-instructional time to pick it up starting April 22, 2019. A picture ID is required. Last day to pick them up will be May 17, 2019. After that date, we will purge them from your folder. - E. Kubota

FCCLA Club Clothing Drive
Did you know that fashion waste is one of the leading causes of pollution? 26 billion pounds of clothing and textiles go into landfills each year, yet 95% could be reused, repurposed, or recycled. We ALL live on this planet and we are ALL responsible for doing our part! Simply donating your clothes to people who need them will help save our environment because the clothing will be re-purposed, not just rot away in a landfill. The FCCLA club wants to do something about it and we need your help! We will be holding a 2-week school-wide clothing drive starting this Monday, April 22nd. Please bring a bag of unwanted clothing from home and place it in the red bin in front of the Student Center or bring it to room F202 for a treat. Remember each one of us will play a part in our world’s future. Thank you for your kokua! - S. Thourot

18th Annual World Language Speech Festival is coming up this Saturday, April 27th, 2019. Due to numerous events and limited parking on Saturday, we encourage students to carpool and be dropped off to the event. Students driving to the Speech Festival, please park in the student parking lot. We thank you ahead of time for your cooperation with this event.
- J. Tateyama