WHEA WEEKLY NEWS

1.21.2021 

 

February 11, THURSDAY, **NO SCHOOL**, TEACHER INSTITUTE DAY

February 15, MONDAY, **NO SCHOOL**, PRESIDENTS’ DAY

March 15-19, MONDAY-FRIDAY, **NO SCHOOL**, SPRING BREAK

 

 

 

QUARTER 2 REPORT CARDS

2nd Quarter report cards were distributed January 4th via email, from clerk@whea.net

If you have not received an email, please call the Office 808.327.4751 or email clerk@whea.net

 

SIBLING APPLICATIONS

Sibling applications for next school year (21-22), are available for pick-up in the front office, they must be turned in by February 26, 2021. First Lottery drawing will take place March 1st, 2021. 

*Note, General admission applications will be going live on our WHEA Website (whea.net) February 1st. 

 

WHEA YEARBOOK PICTURES

    Yearbook is extending the deadline to February 28th, 2021 to submit photos to yearbook@whea.net 

    Click here to watch a brief slideshow from Yearbook, covering any and all questions. 

 

LEARNING HUB FOR VULNERABLE STUDENTS

If you have concerns regarding your child’s academic progress, emotional well being or having internet connection problems, you may want to consider the Learning Hub which meets on campus Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 8:30am to noon.  

For more information contact Erik Swenson, our Student Services Coordinator swenson@whea.net.

 

SENIOR CONGRATULATORY PAGE

Order your Senior a page dedicated to them in the WHEA yearbook. 

Click here for order form and more information. 

 

HIGH SCHOOL PARENT OFFICE HOURS

Join Zoom Meeting:  Thursdays 2:00pm-3:00pm 

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/74835051272?pwd=MEcxaCswZFB1QmUzbGoyWEdLOEM3dz09

Meeting ID: 748 3505 1272        Passcode: G5fkp2

If you can not make these times you can always schedule an appointment via email <white@whea.net> for an additional time. 

 

KUPU HAWAII YOUTH CONSERVATION SUMMER 2021

Kupu is seeking individuals to participate in their upcoming Hawai‘i Youth Conservation Corps. If you or someone you know, is passionate about learning how to improve and preserve Hawai‘i’s natural resources and cultural landscape and want to make a difference to the community, then consider applying to our upcoming summer cohort. CLICK HERE TO APPLY 

 

TEEN SOCIAL VIRTUAL EVENTS- YMCA

  1. We are continuing to offer safe and fun social events. Invite your friends and meet new people. No stress, nothing complicated - just fun times. We're looking into new games, but for the month of January we'll keep it simple and stick with everyone's favorite Among Us.

  • Friday, January 22 6pm-7:30pm

  • Friday, January 29 6pm-7:30pm

RSVP AT:  https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMlc-uhqT8jG9R8BF4odtkKz7tnw98P3Og_

 

  1. Gather with youth leaders and advocates from across the country to network and discuss the challenges and opportunities in the world we're living in. Facilitated by youth leaders, breakout themes include:

  • Coming together during challenging times

  • Reflecting on the current situation

  • Expanding a culture of connection and openness

  • A space to make sense of what's happening

  • Learning, listening, and sharing experiences

Tuesday, January 26

3:30pm HST / 5:30pm PST / 8:30pm EST

RSVP AT: www.ymcayag.org/assembly


 

 

 

 

WHEA LINKS:

Website →  whea.net

WHEA Store → WHEA's online store

High School Website → High School Website

Middle School Website → Middle School Website

High School PARENT Website → HS PARENT Website


 

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Kailua-Kona, HI, 96740

Tel: (808)327-4751 

Fax: (808)327-4750