Bulletin Board

K.I.D.S School craft fair

8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., tomorrow

Kaua‘i Independent Daycare Services (K.I.D.S.) School will host its 20th Annual Holiday Craft Carnival and Tony Kunimura silent auction at its Inia Street school in Kapa‘a, behind First Hawaiian Bank on the beach. The carnival will feature food, shave ice, baked goods, children’s games and activities including face painting, fish pond and rides with trampoline and inflatable bouncer as well as keiki rides.

Additional information about donating to the silent auction, to receive an application for a crafter’s table, or to learn more about K.I.D.S. School call Phyllis Kunimura at 822-0262.

Kapa‘a Middle School Concert Fest

Noon to 5 p.m., Sunday

The second 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 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 today.

Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School

Nov. 16, 3rd annual golf

tournament, Wailua Municipal

Golf Course

The media production class of CKMS will attend the Student Television Network National Convention in March 2009. To raise funds for the trip the school will hold a golf tournament Nov. 16 and seeks donations of prizes for those who enter. The cost to participate in the tournament is $75, which includes cart fee and lunch. Tee sponsors also available for the following: Silver, $100; gold, $200; and platinum, $1,000. Platinum sponsors can choose the hole they wish to sponsor.

Entry forms available at the school office, parents or Wailua Golf Course. Tournament registration deadline is Nov. 7. For more information, call 241-3200.

50th reunion party

Tomorrow, O‘ahu

Kaua‘i High School and Waimea High School class of 1976 will celebrate its 50th reunion at Pipeline Cafe on O‘ahu.

To learn more call Lori Uyeda at 652-5204.

Kaua‘i High School

Life after high school

6:30 p.m., Wednesday

Parents and guardians of Kaua‘i High School’s sophomores and juniors are invited to begin planning for their students’ future. Come for an informative session on what the school is currently doing to ready students for graduation. Hear about one parent’s recent experience of the process of sending a child off to college.  Meeting will be held in the school’s cafeteria.

If you have any questions or concerns, call the Parent-Community Networking Center at 274-3176. 

Final GED test

of the year

Dec. 2 and 3

GED (General Educational Development) testing will be conducted by the Kaua‘i Community School for Adults. Passing the GED can lead to a state of Hawai‘i high school diploma. 

For more information and to sign up for the test, call the KCSA Office at 274-3390.


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