You’re Invited to
King Kekaulike High School's Annual
Students Are Special Day
TO: Parents/Guardians, KKHS Staff, Community Businesses,
Community Members, Churches & Leaders
FROM: June Kaneshiro, Parent Facilitator (PCNC)/Coordinator
Call 573-8700 Ext. 272, for the date or if you have any questions.
WHAT: "Students are Special" Day. This is a sign waving event for our students to let them know they are special & to encourage them. Participating adults, please bring your own sign to welcome students to school. THIS IS VOLUNTARY!
WHEN: Call the PCNC or the office (573-8710) for the SURPRISE date.
Schedule: 6:55 a.m. Sign-in by the Band Building on Haleakala Hwy or at the coffee stand on Kula Hwy; Enjoy coffee & donuts
7:00 a.m. Line up to wave to incoming students
7:05 a.m. First buses arrive
7:45 a.m. End of Sign Waving Project (First bell rings; classes start at 7:50 a.m.)
WHERE: TO PARK:
.Kula Hwy - As you drive up towards the flag pole, turn left and park by the tennis courts along the highway.
. Haleakala Hwy - Park in marked stalls in the parking lot. Most buses enter on this side.
PLEASE STAND inside the gate along the sides of the entrance, facing the rising sun; otherwise, the students will catch the sun’s glare & not see you clearly.
WHY: Since 1996, the PCNC has organized this sign waving event to “let our students know they are special." It encourages our students & adult participants; the adults show through example their school spirit; & the participating adults find the camaraderie fun! It relates to our KKHS Mission Statement by showing Respect for others & our school; and to Relevancy by showing that ALL students are special including their differing personalities & view points. Some student & teacher responses: "Great feeling.” "The kids were in the best mood ALL DAY! Thank you!” “Lots of smiles & shaka signs.” “Great idea!"
SUGGESTED "We Love You" "Have a Great Day!" "Na Ali`i Are Special"
SIGNS: "Na Ali`i Are Great!" "Na Ali`i Pride"
Your organization's banner. In the past we have had managers/employees hold banners with their business' name, e.g. The Maui News, Longs Drugs, Foodland, McDonalds, emergency services & Hawaii Air National Guard. Or if you are a politician, please bring a campaign banner with your name, so our students may recognize you.