Our Haunted House will be held at the Keauhou Shopping Center this year on October 24 and 25. We will begin planning immediately for this event. Our first meeting will be on Thursday, October 2 immediately after school. The meeting should last about half an hour. We'll mostly be finding out who is interested in helping with the Haunted House, and going over the necessary paperwork. See Mr. Jeff Gourley if you're interested in participating.
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM
For the third
year in a row our school is pleased to have the opportunity to
offer an after school dance instruction program under the instruction
of local performer Priscilla Basque. In the last two years students
have enjoyed great success under her instruction and look forward
to another fun filled year of performances in 2008/09. Space is
still available in this fast paced performance class. Students
who are interested should stop by the school office or the student
activities office to pick up the after school program application or download an application from our website.
Classes are held Monday, Wednesday and Thursday in our school's
Band classroom in C-1 until 4:00.
Kealakehe Intermediate School is proud to continue to offer the ASTAR After School Instructional Program to our students. This program, under the instruction of Mrs. Peterson, meets Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. It is designed to assist students with current classroom assignments as well as provide supplemental instruction in areas with which students may be having difficulty. Spaces are still available and additional classes may be scheduled based on demand. If you or your student
think this program may be right for you, please fill out an After School Program Application and turn it in to the program's coordinator, Mr. Jeff Gourley. Applications are available in our school’s main office, the Student Activities Office and on the school’s website. If you have any questions about this or any of our other after school programs, please contact Mr. Gourley.
DOE After School Activities
FSSWH in partnership
with Kealakehe Intermediate School invites all students to apply
for enrollment into the 2008/09 Positive Youth Development Program
hosted during non-school hours. The program focuses on establishing
the identity of a student through the application of leadership
programming, community service learning, intergenerational mentorship,
artistic enrichment, career and life skills exploration, and health
and fitness activities. This program is funded by the Office Of
Youth Services and accepts students from all backgrounds at no
charge. Families interested in applying for enrollment may contact
FSSWH's Youth Development Division at (808) 334-4156 for more
is a youth leadership program designed to teach participants to
make better leaders of the world of tomorrow through environmental
education. Students work with instructors to first learn about
environmental issues and then teach their peers these lessons.
Focuses include forest preservation, recycling and reducing carbon
emissions. Programs are held both during the school day and after
school on our campus.
This is a
community program organized by the Salvation Army of Kona and
the Kealakehe Neighborhood Watch. The focus is on providing positive
activities for youth outside of school hours by teaching students
native cultures and values.