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EK Fernandez Community Fair
Kapolei Middle School PCNC is selling EK Fernandez coupons... (read more)

American Essay Contest
This years theme is "The Bill of Rights and Me"... (read more)

Ohana Heroes
Ohana Heroes is looking for participants... (read more)

Halloween Buddy Picture Taking
Expressions Photography will be at KMS to take pictures with you and your buddies... (read more)

Golf Club
Our next meeting will be scheduled on... (read more)

Girls Softball
Practices will be held every Tuesday and Thursday... (read more)

Habilitat Christmas Tree Fundraiser
Kapolei Middle School, in conjunction with Habilitat, is selling Christmas trees... (read more)



Red Ribbon Week

Kapolei Middle will be participating in Red Ribbon Week October 27 - October 31. Here are the activities you can participate in:

Monday, October 27 during recess: Pledge To Be Drug Free
- Add your name to our giant red ribbon by pledging to remain drug free!
- Pledge locations will be at the entrance of 6th, 7th, and 8th grade buildings
- First students making the pledge will receive a choice of red ribbon week necklaces, pencils, and tattoos until supplies run out.

Wednesday, October 29 during lunch: Slam Dunk Drugs are Junk!
- Free throw contents held at the basketball courts during your lunch
- 6th grade and Green Track 7th graders contest will be held from 12:00 - 12:20
- 8th grade and Blue & Yellow Track 7th graders contest will be held from 12:30 - 12:50
- Winners from each contest will take home a basketball

Thursday, October 30: Red Ribbon Week Door Decorating Judging
- Start now!
- Student Council Representatives will be coming around during advisory to judge your door decoration. Bonus points for adding in a Halloween Theme. Scoring Rubric will be e-mailed to your advisory teacher.
- Top 3 advisory classes will win ice cream!




Halloween Dress-Up Day

 You may wear a Halloween costume to school on Friday, Oct. 31. Please make sure your costume meets the following rules:
- No masks
- No real or fake weapons
- No spaghetti straps
- No tank top straps
- No strapless tops
- You must wear a shirt with sleeves and be long enough to cover your stomach
- Pants/Skirts must be past the tip of the middle finger

If your costume makes you wonder if it is ok to wear to school . . . pick something else.

Any student that is not in a Halloween costume, must be wearing their KMS Uniform T-Shirt.




Revised Bell Schedule - Nov. 3 & 10

8:00 - 8:49 Period 8  (49 minutes)
8:49 - 8:53 Passing (4 minutes)
8:53 - 10:04 Period 3 (71 minutes
10:04 - 10:19 Recess (15 minutes)
10:19 - 10:23 Passing (4 minutes)
10:23 - 11:34 Period 5 (71 minutes)
11:34 - 12:04 Lunch/Advisory (30 minutes)
12:04 - 12:34 Lunch/Advisory (30 minutes)
12:34 - 12:38 Passing (4 minutes)
12:38 - 1:49 Period 1 (71 minutes)



Cross Country

Cheer on and congratulate your Kapolei Middle Cross Country Team!!! They competed last week Friday at the King Intermediate Cross Country Invitational Meet. There were a total of 18 schools that participated. They ran hard and represented Kapolei Middle. Here are the results.

Girls Team: (out of a total 198 runners).
   29th Finisher Leilani Tandy (15:34.92)
   37th Finisher Kaitlyn Hirano (15:41.98)
   64th Finisher Ashley Membrere (16:37.40)
   87th Finisher Aimee Sylvester (17:36.59)
   100th Finisher Abigail Villanueva (18:07.72)
Other fantastic Kapolei runners were Chanice Kaulili, Maile Subee, Sydney Co, Starr Sims and Ashley Jones.

Boys Team: (out of a total 170 runners).
   17th Finisher Kainoa Tandy (13:13.46)
   19th Finiser Caeron Sylvester (13:30.51)
   23rd Finisher Samuel Wren (13:41.15)
   59th Finisher Zack Devers (14:52.88)
   76th Finisher Benjamin Jonasen (15:31.31)
   77th Finisher Braden Hirano (15:36.14)
Other outstanding runners from Kapolei were Ty Moore, Robert Subee, Antonio Roman, Alonzo Ahuna, Justin Motas and Calib Hardwick.

Cross Country team last day of practice is this Wednesday (10/29/14). Please meet in Mr. Wheeler's room (H-102) ready to practice by 2:25 pm



Beware Of Strangers

There have been reports of strangers following children home.  Please be careful as you walk home.

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Surveillance Cameras on Campus
Over the past several months, Kapolei Middle School has experienced a rash of vandalism against school property. We reported over ten incidents of individuals coming on school property during the night and breaking our windowpanes. Over forty windowpanes have been damaged during this time period.
   As a result of this senseless act of vandalism, Kapolei Middle School will invest in surveillance cameras to improve the safety and security of our school. The intent of the use of video surveillance cameras is to deter outsiders from entering our campus for inappropriate purposes, and to deter students from inappropriate behaviors.
   The surveillance cameras will be situated in areas that are considered public places - exterior of buildings and other open areas on campus. The video tapes will be erased or written over within ten (10) calendar days of the recording unless an incident is recorded that involves the violation of law or of Chapter 8-19 rules.
   The surveillance cameras will be used for school monitoring and safety. Hopefully, the surveillance cameras will prove to be a deterrent to help prevent incidents from occurring on our campus. This senseless act of vandalism is costly to the State of Hawaii, and diminishes the beauty of our school.
   If there are any questions or concerns, please contact Mr. Bruce Naguwa, at 693-7025. Thank you very much for your support.
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