All classes will be voting for the 2016 Homecoming King and
Queen. Go online to your mauihigh.org account and vote. Voting closes on Monday, October 3.
All classes will be voting for the 2016 Homecoming King and
The annual College Planning & College Fair Event for Maui Families will be held on Wednesday, October 19. From 5:30 pm, 100 colleges and universities from across the United States and overseas will be in War Memorial gymnasium in Wailuku for the annual fall college fair. This will be a great opportunity for students to learn from the experts about the various colleges, including admission and scholarship information. A general college advising and financial aid center will also be available to students and their families to answer specific questions regarding the college admission process and financial aid.
Prior to the college fair, from 4:30 pm, there will be a College Planning event for Maui families at Baldwin High School, adjacent to the college fair. A host of college planning workshops on a number of topics including Choosing a College For You, Financial Aid, and Art Portfolio submissions, will be available for college bound students of all ages.
This college event is free of charge and open to the public. Students from all Maui schools are welcome to attend.
See the attached flyer for a list of colleges attending the fair.
For more information, please email email@example.com.
There will be a swimming and diving meeting this Friday, September 30 in P-31 from 2- 2:15pm. Please be prompt. Thank you
Girls interested in playing JV and Varsity Girls Soccer meet at the track on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays before 3pm. Practice starts promptly at 3pm and runs till 5:30pm. Please bring running shoes, soccer shoes, water, jacket and all required forms. If you haven’t picked up your Saber Family Fun night tickets see Mrs. Abafo in C105.
County of Maui PALS Recreation Aide: (Various Sites)
The County of Maui, Department of Parks and Recreation is looking for High School students or graduates, 16 years of age or older to assist the recreation leader in preparing daily plans for activities. Assist in leading organized games, music and crafts by participating and interacting with children; nurture work ethics with children; and perform other related duties as required. Pay is $9.25 per hour. Applications are available online at http://mauicounty.gov . Deadline to apply is October 15, 2016. More information available in B100.
Anyone interested in playing JV and Varsity girls basketball? Come to the gym on Tuesday and Thurday from 3:15 to 5:00 and Friday from 4:00 to 5:00 and see Coach Silva.
Holomua after school tutoring and study hall will begin on September 6th. Holomua will be held every Tuesday and Thursday from 2:15 - 4:15 in the library. Tutors are Maui High faculty and UH Maui College students. Tutoring is FREE for all Maui High students. Computer use will be allowed if a note signed by a teacher is brought in indicating the need to use the computers.
Students and Families, please read this letter from Superintendent Matayoshi regarding staying safe during these very hot days.
UH Manoa students will be available again this year to conduct one-on-one tutoring for Maui High students in math, science, and English through the Online Learning Academy. The tutoring is online, free, and available Monday - Friday from 1 pm - 10 pm, and Sunday from 5 pm - 10 pm.
Tutoring can be done anywhere with an internet connection, including mobile phones. UH Manoa students are well-trained and qualified to conduct tutoring in all math, science, and English courses, and undergo fingerprinting and background checks prior to being hired as a tutor.
Maui High students simply need to set up an account at manoa.hawaii.edu/ola
One Act Script Writing Contest due October 3rd. Please turn in digital submissions to Mr. Lange, Mr. Somers, or Ms. Denessen. Performance time should be 10-15 minutes. Topic or Genre is open. Must be written in script format. Scripts that include profanity, portray illegal activities, or are otherwise not 'school appropriate' will not be eligible for the contest. Winners' script will be performed at Maui High SChool Drama club's first One Act Night to be held mid-December.
See attached flyer for details on this contest sponsored by Maui Memorial Medical Center. All mediums accepted. Deadline 9/29.
What: One Act Script Writing Contest
When: Submissions due October 3rd.
Who: Please turn in digital submissions to Mr. Lange, Mr. Somers or Ms. Denessen.
Time: Performance time for submissions should be 10-15 minutes
Requirements: Must be written in script format
Exclusions: Scripts that include profanity, portray illegal activities, or are otherwise not 'school appropriate' will not be eligible for the contest.
Winners' scripts will be performed at Maui High School Drama Club's first One Act Night to be held mid-December.
Student IDs are available during morning recess in room J-101. First ID is free. Replacement ID’s cost $5. Students MUST pick up their first ID before the end of August. After that, all ID’s will cost $5 each. If you have paid for an Athletic Card, please bring your receipt.
Students! Please turn in the following forms ASAP:
Photo and Internet Permission Forms, Health Card, and Free/Reduced Lunch Form.
The MHS PTSA will be holding a 2016 General Membership Meeting on Tuesday, August 30, 2016 in the MHS Cafeteria beginning at 6:15pm. The PTSA is seeking nominations for officers for the 2016-17 school year. If all officer positions are not fielded at the next Members meeting the MHS PTSA organization will be dissolved. Please attend and get involved to support the MHS PTSA. For more info email firstname.lastname@example.org
All students enrolled in Freshman PE/Body Conditioning/Team Sports are required to wear the Maui High Physical Education T-Shirt, appropriate shorts, socks and running shoes. They will also need a combination lock. It's highly recommended that students bring water and wear sunscreen.
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The Preliminary SAT (PSAT) test will be offered at Maui High School on Wednesday, October 19, 2016. The PSAT test prepares students for the SAT test by exposing students to similar test questions; assessing each students reading, math, and writing skills; and providing specific suggestions on how each student can improve their individual academic skills for the SAT test. The PSAT also qualifies 11th grade students for the National Merit Scholarship competition. Interested students must sign up in B100. The test fee is $15. Fee subsidies are available for students on free or reduced lunch, or any TRIO program. Seating is limited.
You will be receiving a bunch of forms on 8/4 in period 1. You MUST return the Form SP/VR if you want your photo in the yearbook. Make sure the YES box is checked and the form is signed by your guardian.Turn all forms into your Period One teacher asap. Thanks!