Education Events for Friday, October 24, 2008

• Waiver Day

• Kapa‘a Middle School seeks vendors

• Kaua‘i High School Community Council meeting

• Waimea High School Internet safety

Waiver Day

Oct. 31, Kaua‘i High School

There will be no classes for our students. The goal of waiver days is to foster improved student achievement through continuous staff training and interaction.

With questions or concerns call the Parent-Community Networking Center on campus at 274-3176.

Kapa‘a Middle School seeks vendors

Nov. 9, Concert Fest

The 2nd annual Concert Fest is a fundraiser for Kapa‘a Middle School chorus sponsored by the PTSA. The money raised defrays the cost of the student trip to the Heritage Music Festival in San Diego for the choir and ukulele band members. The Concert Fest is from noon to 5 p.m., Nov. 9, in the school’s covered courtyard.

Craft, product and food vendors may contact Mary Lardizabal at e-mail mary_lardizabal@notes.k12.hi.us or call 821-4470 ext. 136. Deadline is Oct. 31.

Kaua‘i High School Community Council meeting

4:30 p.m. Nov. 3

Parents, guardians, and community members are invited to attend a public meeting of Kaua‘i High School in the school’s library. A presentation of the Hawai‘i State Assessment results and Academic/Financial plan will be reviewed.

Contact the Parent-Community Networking Center on campus with questions, 274-3176.

Waimea High School Internet safety

6:30 p.m., Nov. 6

Waimea High School will be having a presentation on Internet safety at the school’s band building. There will be an emphasis on cyber predators. The community is welcome and encouraged to attend.

For more information contact Judy Cano, PCNC (Parent Community Networking Center) at 338-6810 ext. 111.

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