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Principal's Message

                                              Principal’s Message

Happy New Year to all of our Aiea Community! New changes are in the future and I want to give you an update on some of the exciting programs we have planned for next year. As you know, our students have been working on their registration for SY 2015-2016. We have added two new electives to prepare our students to be career and college ready. We have created a year-long Advanced Guidance and Test Preparation Course that will also teach our students financial knowledge and planning for their futures. The other elective course is Speech and Communication for sophomores that are also taking Health. These electives have been developed because of great feedback we have received from alumni, parents/guardians, teachers, and students about how to best prepare our students for their future endeavors.

We have a few celebrations:

Mrs. Alicia Nakamitsu was announced last month as a National Board Certified Teacher. We now have seven teachers that have completed the program from Aiea High School. Congratulations   Mrs. Nakamitsu.

Our JROTC won first place in the Rappelling Competition at Punahou Adventure Challenge. This is the first trophy our JROTC has received since 2005. They also received two 2nd place trophies. Way to go Na'Ali'i.

Our Speech and Debate Team competed on the Big Island and we are so proud of their dedication and research talents.

Please welcome our newest teacher, Mr. Phillip Hon, to Aiea High School. He will be teaching Social Studies and Math. He is a graduate of Stanford University and was a teacher at Aiea Intermediate a few years back. We are thrilled to have him on the A-Team.

Welcome to our new custodians, Mr. Buddy Loo, Ms. Zhinan Moore, Mr. Jerald Maiava, and Ms. Sonya Yu.

Congratulations to Mr. Bill Taylor for being selected to represent as a Social Studies Content Panelist for our area.

Thank you to Ms. Anderson and Ms. Myers for working with our students on Achieve 3000. Our Freshmen classes will be using the program in Social Studies. The more they use it, the better their non-fiction reading will be for future classes. Parents can also on and use the program at home. Go Freshmen!

The ACT tests are scheduled for March 3rd and we need to prepare our Juniors. Here is a website with great information and test prep that could help your student. www.act.org/aap/hawaii/

Our Juniors will also be taking the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) Test starting this year. For more information on SBAC visit: http:/www.smarterbalancedlibrary.org

A big thank you goes out to the JROTC, football coaches, Hickam AFB PME volunteers, Blake Moritsugu, Sandra Ramiscal, Sandra Miyasaki, and Leona Kaapuni for our campus beautification on January 17th. We had a super time painting the Library, A, C, and G buildings. We had about 150 volunteers. Let's take PRIDE in our campus and keep it looking great!

You will see changes happening in the classrooms. We are getting some new furniture for our students. We have new desks, tables, chairs, stools, and technology. Let's all take care of our new equipment.

Students, if you haven't made your New Year's Resolution, think about improving on your study skills and achievement in the classroom. Your four years at Aiea High School are preparation for the REAL WORLD. Set goals and work to attain them.

Achievement, Integrity, Relationships....AIR, be sure and breathe the AIR at AIEA HIGH!

Principal Kim Sanders

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News and Announcements
Celebrate My Drive
From October 15th - 24th 2014, Aiea High School will be participating in Celebrate My Drive sponsored by State Farm. Go to www.celebratemydrive.com to sign up. The school with the most people who register to be a safe driver will win the following: 2 top schools receive $100,000 + a concert, 8 schools receive $100,000, and 90 schools receive $25,000. Car crashed are the leading cause of death among teenagers. Help to make our roads a safe place for everyone.
Time Change for Aiea High School Bus Routes
There will be a time change to routes listed below effective Monday (8/25/2014). Please sent phone messages to parents. Bus drivers are currently informing the children of the time change. Time change will help the buses to get all children to school on a timely manner. NO changes to the afternoon time schedule.
Thank You For Your Patience, Understanding And Continued Support Always Appreciated!
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Bulletin Board
AHS NEWS Official Monthly Newsletter
Project Graduation 2015
Toys for Tots Winter Fundraiser
Parent's Right to Know
Fee Payment Schedule SY14-15
Student Fee Schedule SY14-15
OFFICIAL Lids Sideline Store of the Aiea Na Ali'i
Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act
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Student Registration / Transcript Information

Upcoming Events
SCC Meeting Admin Conference Room
Date: 2/2/2015, 5 PM 6 PM
Location: Admin Conference Room
Guest Speaker - distracted driving
Date: 2/5/2015, 9:19 AM 10:29 AM
Location: Cafeteria
Blood Drive # 2
Date: 2/6/2015
President's Day Holiday
Date: 2/16/2015
Teacher Work Day - No Students
Date: 2/17/2015

Important Notices
FERPA - Annual Notification of Privacy Rights
Know your privacy rights as they apply to 1) student record information; 2) directory information; 3) surveys and other information collection; and 4) military recruitment information. For more information on your privacy rights, the laws that protect them, and how to exercise your rights.
Discontinuation of SES or NCLB
The U.S. Department of Education (USDE) announced on May 20, 2013 that it approved the Hawaii State Department of Education‘s (HIDOE) application for a flexibility waiver from certain requirements of the federal No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB). This allows HIDOE to replace many NCLB requirements with a new Hawaii-developed school accountability and improvement system -- called the Strive HI Performance System -- aligned with the DOE/BOE State Strategic Plan. For more information about the newly approved Strive HI Performance System, visit HIDOE’s new webpage at www.hawaiidoe.org/strivehisystem.
Your Rights Under the McKinney-Vento Act
Allowable Transfers for McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act
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Notice of Nondiscrimination: Aiea High School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs and activities.
The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies: Principal of Aiea High School, 98-1276 Ulune Street, Aiea, HI 96701