We are looking for 2-3 volunteers to assist with the break down of the Chili booth at the fairgrounds on Monday, October 6th, from 9am to 1 pm (four hours of volunteer credit). Please contact Clifford Cua at 283-4611if interested.
There is an opportunity to earn volunteer hours by selling the remaining Times Market Chicken Plate. We have 10 packs of 8 tickets remaining. You will earn 2 hours for each pack of tickets, first come first served. The tickets must be picked up and paid for ($64) at Tasaka Guri Guri (contact Gail Saito, email@example.com) at the Maui Mall or at Party Paradise (contact Jaime Sato, firstname.lastname@example.org) at the Queen Ka`ahumanu Center during regular business hours. Last day to pick up tickets will be Friday, Sep 19th.
If any of you were not able to sign up for a shift to help us out at the Maui Fair, here’s your chance to make some volunteer hours!
This weekend, we have some parents selling fundraising tickets outside of Carl’s Jr. The following times are available on Sunday, September 7:
9:00am to 11:00am for TWO PEOPLE
11:00am to 1:00pm for ONE PERSON
1:00pm to 3:00pm for TWO PEOPLE
Email Kelly Manibog at email@example.com to sign up for a work shift!
Due to the progress the students made this past weekend at Labor Day Camp, we are cancelling today’s rehearsal to give them time to catch up on individual needs. The students were notified yesterday at the end of rehearsal.
Due to our football game that night, rehearsal on Thursday, Aug 21 will be cancelled.
5:15pm – Loading
5:45pm – Band room closes
6:00pm – Report at stadium
7:00pm – Game starts
9:30pm – Approximate game end time
Parents, please be sure to pick your student up within 30 minutes of the game end time.
Please see the memo below from Principal Bruce Anderson, distributed this morning to Maui High School staff.
Stay safe, everyone. No hoarding bottled water!
HONOLULU -The Hawaii State Department of Education (DOE) is scheduling closures at designated public schools in advance of storms Iselle and Julio. On Thursday, Aug. 7, all public schools in Hawaii and Maui Counties (Maui, Molokai, Lanai) will be closed. All other public schools will remain open and continue their regular school schedule and afterschool
School closures are being made according to the storms’ paths and in preparation of designated emergency shelter sites. “The force of these storms remain uncertain, however, we do not want to wait until last minute to close our schools,” said Superintendent Kathryn Matayoshi. “Additionally, many of our schools are designated emergency shelters and it is
necessary to prepare these facilities as the storms approach.”
State and County Civil Defense officials expect lselle to impact Hawaii Island and Maui County (Maui, Molokai, Lanai) on Thursday. Julio is forecasted to impact the Hawaiian Islands on Sunday.
THURSDAY, AUG. 7: All public schools in Hawaii and Maui Counties (Maui, Molokai, Lanai) will be closed.
FRIDAY, AUG. 8: The schools in Hawaii and Maui Counties that are designated emergency shelters will remain closed on Friday. The Hawaii County schools are listed above, Maui County designated shelters are:
- Baldwin High
- Lokelani Intermediate
- Kekaulike High
- Hana High & Elementary
- Molokai High
- Kilohana Elementary
DOE officials continue to meet with State Civil Defense and are closely monitoring the storms’ patterns. Information regarding public schools and afterschool activities will be announced as needed. Please tune in to public media to receive updates regarding any further school closures. You may also follow the DOE on Twitter at @HIDOE808.
Maui High School will be closed on Thursday, August 7, 2014. Please follow media releases
regarding classes on Friday, August 8, 2014.
As announced at our last meeting, there will be another mandatory meeting for all students & parents of Rose Parade bound performers on Tuesday, July 8 at 6:30pm in the Maui High School Gym.
Dear Band Parents,
As you may know, we are having a fundraiser dinner “Parade of Dreams Gala” on July 26 to help defray the travel expenses for the upcoming Rose Parade trip. A major event during the dinner will be a Silent Auction where the participants can bid on a wide variety of merchandise and services.
From band parent meetings earlier this year, one of the keys to the success of this trip is parents volunteering at least 30 hours of their time. We would like to give you the opportunity to receive credit towards your 30 hours through this event. We are asking parents to look to their employers (or any other businesses) to see if they can donate towards the Silent Auction. Items that we are looking for include art/collectibles, jewelry, hotel stays, and gift certificates for services, activities, or merchandise. You will receive credit toward your 30 hours in portion to the fair market value of the donation.
If, upon asking, someone does want to donate an item, they may either complete the attached donation form or complete one online. If they choose to complete the attached form, please be sure they write in the detailed description section, “credit goes to your child’s name”. If they complete the form online at www.mauihighband.org (click on Silent Auction), have them write “credit goes to your child’s name” in the description section of the form. Please try your best to collect the item and deliver it to Mr. Wasano at the bandroom.
Should you have any questions,please feel free to contact the Silent Auction committee listed
Silent Auction Committee
There will be a meeting for all Rose Parade participants and parents on Wednesday June 18 at 6:30pm at the Band Room. On the agenda:
- Makena Beach Dinner – How you can help
- Other opportunities to volunteer
- Carl’s Jr. Coupon Booklets
- Maui Oil Car Wash Fundraiser
Questions? Make sure you jot them down and bring them to the meeting! One of our Boosters will be happy to assist you.