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KKHS Seniors Asked to Register for Grad Night Celebration

February 25, 2016, 3:11 PM HST
* Updated February 25, 3:18 PM
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Graduation lei, file photo by Wendy Osher.

Graduation lei, file photo by Wendy Osher.

Organizers at King Kekaulike High School ask the school’s seniors to register now for Project Graduation 2016.

“There will be a special guest appearance—you do not want to miss this event!” said organizer Fanchette Robinson.

The purpose of the party is to keep students safe and off the streets after graduation and to honor the occasion with a night of activities, food, entertainment, and the opportunity to win prizes and create special memories.

The $100 registration fee is due now with a completed registration form or students may utilize the revised payment plan ($100 due March 21, 2016). Correct T-shirt sizes are not guaranteed if registration is late.

The student registration form can be found in KKHS’ main office, Ms. Kihara’s, Mr. Arakawa’s or Mr. Shimabuku’s classrooms, by contacting chairpersons or by downloading here.

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Turn in completed forms and payment to Mrs. Frerking’s office (10th grade counselor in Bldg. A).

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There are a few scholarships left for students with free or reduced lunch who have not registered yet.

Text or call Robinson at (808) 757-4621, or email her regarding scholarships.

Members of the public are welcome to offer suggestions, ideas, support and donations.

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The next planning committee meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 1, 2016 at 6 p.m. in KKHS Staff Dining Room.

For more information, email Chairpersons Robinson or Kristy Matsuura at [email protected].

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