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Aloha Families,

We are excited to announce that Farrington High School is allowing the parent or guardian to pick up meals without the child(ren) being present.  The parent or guardian may pick up "take home" breakfast and lunch, from 12:35 pm - 1:35 pm, everyday, Monday through Friday except for Federal and State holidays.
"Take home" breakfast and lunch will ONLY be served from the Ewa side of the school cafeteria.  Visitor parking is available in the library parking lot.  As a reminder, all visitors to our campus must be screened (temperature and health questionnaire) before proceeding to the cafeteria.  All visitors must wear a face mask and maintain 6 ft distance at all times while on our campus.
Please check our school website for school 'waiver days' in which meal service will not be available.
The parent or guardian is required to bring an approved document of verification to identify the child(ren).  Please refer to the list of approved documents.  This institution is an equal opportunity provider.  Thank You!
LIST OF ACCEPTABLE DOCUMENTS:
All parents and guardians must provide one of the following documents to receive a meal for their child(ren).
A. Child(ren) school ID card(s)
B. Official letter/email from the school listing child(ren) as enrolled
C. Recent individual child(ren) report cards
D. Attendance records(s) from parent portal of the school website
E. Birth Certificate
F. State ID
G. High school student's driver license

For those without internet,  report to the library at 7:30 on Monday (8/24/20) with your Chromebook/computer and earphones/headset.

8:00-9:00  Per 1

9:10-10:10 Per 2

10:10-10:20 Recess

10:25-11:25 Per 3

11:35-12:35 Per 4

12:35-1:15 Lunch-Grab/Go

"Distortion" by Marielsa Sadio
2020 National Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Gold Medal
Distortion
"Journey" by Jan Warren Olonan, c/o 2020
Pele Awards: Silver (Black & White Photography)
Journey
"Lure" by Jan Warren Olonan, c/o 2020
Pele Awards: Gold (Colored Photography)
Lure
Check out the online art exhibition at

2019 Pele Award Winner in the commercial category. FHS students Janriana Pascua, Mart Zedrick and George Dumlao.
"Magic Pods"

2019 Pele Award Winner in the movie trailer category. FHS students Emerald Babaran, Karla Bajet, Drake Dela Cruz, Selwyn Madarang.
"Hoops: Love at First Shot"

2019 Pele Award Winner in the music video category. FHS students Emerald Babaran, Karla Bajet, Drake Dela Cruz, Selwyn Madarang.
"Brand New Life"

Alma Mater
To you our own dear Alma Mater
We pledge our love and loyalty
And sing a tribute all together
That all may hear our song to thee
So let us raise her royal banner
And it will hold victorious sway
Then mingle merry hearts and voices
In praise of FARRINGTON!

Mission Statement
Promote rigorous learning through relevant instruction and supportive relationships to prepare students to be college and career ready.

The Farrington Way
As a student of Farrington High School
I believe in attaining high scholarship and good sportsmanship.

I believe in striving for good citizenship
I believe in respecting my fellow men.
I believe in being morally upright and spiritually sound.


Thus making me a credit to my school.
Learning & living The Farrington Way!

Core Values
Respect, Responsibility, Integrity, Learning, Serving, Teamwork, Vision Statement.
Success for all students exemplifying the Farrington Way.

Pride & Victory
Proudly waving 'tis thy colors
Victory or defeat we bear
Loyalty will leave us never
Long may our team reign supreme
Onward 'tis thy faith that leads us
Ever faithful, ever true
Farrington our love and glory
We'll fight 'til the game is through
Rising in thy honor Farrington
Forward and keep your heads high
Toward the dreams and goals of victory
Proudly in thy name we cry
So cheer with all your might Governors
Lead our team to victory
Go out and fight Maroon and White
That's our Farrington team!
Established in Fall 1974 • Lyrics by '74-'75 Pep Squad
Adapted from "One Tin Soldier" by Coven