New Date! March 15, 2017 FHS Ice Wars/Special Olympic Fundraiser

Alooohhhhaaa!

Next week Wednesday is our ICE WARS… Here is an update that you can share with your students:
Freshmen: $200
Sophomores: $169
Seniors: $124
Juniors $112
Our goal is to get to $1600!
Please remind them to join us in the Amphitheater on Wednesday during lunch to bring in more donations, see which class wins, and how many times Mr. Carganilla will get dunked. Thank you all for your continue support and helping the Friends Program reach their goal.

Farrington High School Community Council Meeting Agenda Monday, March 6, 2017 5:30 – 6:30 pm Library

Farrington High School Community Council
Meeting Agenda
Monday, March 6, 2017
5:30 – 6:30 pm
Library

I. Call to Order
II. Welcome and Introduction of new members/visitors
III. Approval of Minutes
IV. Committee Reports:
A. Student Council updates, student issues, reports, announcements
B. Community updates
C. Classified updates
D. Teacher’s updates
V. Unfinished Business
A. Feedback from survey re: SCC mtg recommendations
VI. Calendar Items
A. 4/26, SCC 2nd Community Mtg, 5:30-7:30pm, in FHS Cafeteria
B. 5/22 last meeting
VII. New Business
A. Planning of SCC 2nd Community Meeting, April 26, Wed., 5:30pm-7:30pm, FHS Cafeteria
VIII. Evaluation of Meeting
A. Good points
B. Things to improve
IX. Announcements
A. Next dinner/meeting will be for the SCC 2nd Community meeting to be held on April 26, Wednesday, 5:30pm in FHS Cafeteria
X. Adjournment @ __________

Feb 23, 2017 FHS FEATURED IN THE NEWS! Edward Skippa’ Diaz Stadium at Kusunoki Field COMMUNITY EVENT

Opening of Edward Skippa’ Diaz Stadium at Kusunoki Field
COMMUNITY EVENT
“Celebrating 80 Years of Governor Pride”
Thursday, February 23, 2017

KITV Feature (Links to External Site)

KHON2 Feature (Links to External Site)

Hawaii News Now Feature (Links to External Site)

Hawaii News Now Sunrise Feature Series! (Links to External Site)

Interview with Student Activities Coordinator

Interview with Principal Carganilla

T-Shirt Theatre

FHS Cheerleaders

Interview with Mary Diaz

Interview with Lady Govs Basketball Team

Interview with Ben Cayetano

Interview with Al Torco

Interview with Randall Okimoto

Interview with JROTC

Interview with Mazie Hirono

Interview with Joey Manahan

Interview with Dann Carlson

Interview with Scott Higashi


Opening of Edward Skippa’ Diaz Stadium at Kusunoki Field
COMMUNITY EVENT
“Celebrating 80 Years of Governor Pride”
Thursday, February 23, 2017


5:00 – 7:00pm
5:00pm
Joseph Rider Auditorium opens for public viewing of informational event video
All guests will receive an event wristband for admission into the stadium
5:00 – 6:00pm
Video presentation every 20 minutes
Goal: Promote education & awareness for max of 3,000 attendees
6:00 – 7:00pm
Gates to stadium open
Official program:
● Opening‘Oli by Hawaiian Language Class
● Presentation of Colors by JROTC Color Guard
○ FHS Band: National Anthem
○ FHS Band: Hawaii Pono I
● Emcee Welcome & Overview
● Sing Happy 80th Birthday to Farrington High School
● FHS Band & FHS Cheerleader performances
● Banner Parade
● JROTC Armed Drill Team performance
● Dancer’s Delite performance
● JROTC Unarmed Drill Team performance
● Closing:
Singing of Alma Mater (FHS cheerleaders & alumni songleaders)
Event Notes:
● (2) ATM’s will be on site (Mahalo ATM’s Unlimited!)
● (2) Food vendors: Ono’ Kine’ Grindz (pastele stew bowls, BBQ chicken
plates) & 808 Steak & Shrimp (Steak & Shrimp played + Filipino food)
● Drink vendor will be posted in Concession Stand: Tea Girls (Vaifala,
Lemonade & Tea)

● (3) Dessert Vendors: Sammy’s Sweets HI (baked goods), Uncle Lani’s Poi
Mochi & Orange Leaf (gelato)
● Free Maroon & White balloons for keiki & keiki at heart (student led)
● Free Face painting for keiki (student led)

March 17, 2017 Pamantasan Conference – FilAM Club – KCC – UHWO

We are the Filipino Club of Kapi’olani Community College, the Bayanihan Club, and we are hosting this year’s Pamantasan Conference event on Friday, March 17th. Pamantasan seeks to promote higher education among Filipino students and prepare them for professional and leadership roles. However, this conference reflects all students and persons of different background.
We kindly would like to invite the club and Filipino students in general to the event.
If ever the school would like to meet with us, by all means, it would be an great opportunity to talk face-to-face.
High School students will have to pay a $5 fee to attend the event; If choose to volunteer, students will not need to pay any value.
Should you have further questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Mahalo,
Bayanihan Club sa KapCC

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Bayanihan Club sa Kapi’olani Community College
Filipino Club
(808) 734-9339 | bayanihankcc@gmail.com |
4303 Diamond Head Road Honolulu, HI 96816

Farrington selected as a Model School for 2017 by International Center for Leadership in Education

Farrington High School has been selected as a Model School for 2017 by the International Center for Leadership in Education, whose mission is to challenge, inspire and equip today’s educators to prepare students for lifelong success. Farrington is among one of the 25 chosen schools that will share best practices at the 25th Annual Model Schools Conference, June 25-28 in Nashville.  “This year, we celebrate 25 years of empowering educators to implement effective best practices rooted in rigor, relevance, and relationships,” said Dr. Daggett. “At the Model School Conference, Farrington will have the unique opportunity to share inspiring ideas for innovating and transforming teaching and learning to better prepare students for the world in which they will work and live.”

Farrington High School “Cool the School Campaign”

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Aloha!  “Cool the School Campaign” fundraising campaign aims to create optimal learning experience by raising  funds to install air conditioning units in our portable classrooms and other capital improvement projects at Farrington High School campus.  “Cool the School Campaign” will start in the Fall of 2016.  By contributing to our campaign, you become a part of the development of our future. We need you and our community to join together and make the changes we want to see. Please share our cause by inviting your friends, neighbors, and family to play a part in our growing future.

You can support us in three ways:

1.  Donate cash

2.  Purchase Discount Membership & save money nationwide

3.  Purchase Farrington High School Apparel

Mahalo in advance for your generous support!  (Please scroll down)