Showing posts from May, 2011


May 13, 2011: Evaluation Appreciation day was held on Friday, May 13 at the Kaka'ako Waterfront Park. The event was put together by student association and the junior class officers with the purpose to create a fun bonding day between classes and councils incorporating an evaluation of the year's events. Each class council invited 20 students from their class that they felt showed student involvement and cooperation throughout the year's activities. The junior class officers led the games and activities with the overall theme, Ancient Civilizations. The event went off successfully and all of the students who attended had a lot to say about the events in the hopes of betterment for future years. It sure was a great way to end the 2010 - 2011 school year!


May 5, 2011: Aiea High School's annual recognition dinner was held on Thursday, May 5, 2011 in the school cafeteria. After a year of hard work, student government incoming and outgoing officers along with their parents, faculty and award winning students gathered for a simple dinner and bonding for the new and the old. The night was led by SAC, Neal Nakamitsu. Starting off the night was dinner served by faculty members and cooked by well-known uncle Tommy Rodrigues, head of AHS's cafe. Following dinner was a short video of the years events created by SA secretary, Taylor Nebrija and the most important part of the night, the installation of the 2011 - 2012 officers. (Click on the images provided above to enlarge)


April 21, 2011: The annual preschool play day was held on April 21, 2011 at Mililani District Park. Central District student volunteers from clubs, councils and classes made their way to the event as a service project to set-up and run game booths and activities for over 450 preschoolers. The volunteers set up their booths and games, then the Olympics began. Preschoolers from various schools made their way from booth to booth, leaving with smiles while joy filled the air. Every year, both the preschool participants and the student volunteers put in a good time leading to the results of a successful event. (Click on the images provided above to enlarge)