We just had another successful General Board of Representatives meeting this past Wednesday, June 26, 2019. If you didn’t attend, it was held in the newly renovated cafeteria. For those who haven’t seen the changes, below are a few photos of the cafeteria.
Also attached to this post is an update to all members of the programs and activities the association has been a part of and about the meetings we have had.
Help is needed for two of Castle’s curricula. The following message is from Carlos Kaukahi Labasan Severson, Castle High School, Hawaii, Hoʻoulu ʻOpio Academy of Natural Resources, Agriculture / FFA Advisor.
“Aloha, we are looking for last minute funding for both of our programs this summer: Agriculture Science and Farm Maintenance Curriculum. We understand that you may not be able to fund us but perhaps a contact in your network might be interested in a taxable donation to us. Please help us by getting the word out.
Ag Science Dates: June 4 – July 3, Monday – Friday 8:00am to 2:00 pm
Farm Maintenance Curriculum: 8 hrs per week on a varied schedule June / July. Students get paid Hawaii minimum wage
Why: We were counting on additional funding but we recently found out that our programs do not meet the funding requirements of the grantor.
Amounts we are looking to receive with description: (Any support is appreciated)
$1450 CASE AFNR Science Refill Kit (expendable and supplemental materials):
$600 Light Microscopes and prepared agar petri dishes
$900 Lead Teacher Salary Differential (salary shortage in current budget)
$750 To pay for a third student to participate in Farm Maintenance Curriculum (we had to drop two students –
$1500 to pay for two students, our original number)
$1900 For new rakes, wheel barrels, gasoline, diesel, weed whacking supplies, tractor grease, shovels, irrigation repair materials, etc.
$500 snacks for science
$3400 to pay for a supporting science teacher – we hoped to really increase retention and understanding by having two teachers for about 12 students.
Descriptions of the programs are in the link below:
Please feel free to contact me with any additional questions via phone, text or email (I respond much faster to text and phone calls).
Carlos Kaukahi Labasan Severson
Castle High School, Hawaii
Hoʻoulu ʻOpio Academy of Natural Resources
Agriculture / FFA Advisor Cell: 808-227-5324″
[vc_row bg_color=””][vc_column align=”left” width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Our General Board of Representatives met at the Castle High School Library March 20, 2019, to discuss and vote to make changes to our Association by-laws. The Representatives also had an opportunity to visit parts of our campus to observe changes. Attached are the minutes of that meeting.
To view the new by-laws, click here, or go to our Menu bar and select “About us/Association Articles of Incorporation and By Laws”.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]
The location of our next General Membership Meeting HAS BEEN MOVED! The library will be undergoing reorganization during this time and will not be available. Please take note that it will be held in the Little Theatre located in the Administration building (mauka side).
General Membership Meeting LITTLE THEATRE (mauka side of Admin building)
Wednesday, June 27, 2018, 6:00 PM
There will be a General Membership Meeting of the Castle Alumni/Community Association held on June 27, 2018 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Castle High School Library.
Windward Ho`olaule`a – We are now a Supporting Partner for the 18th annual Ho`olaule`a, scheduled for September 29, 2018 at Windward Community College.
Scholarship for Community Service in honor of Hank Iida.
Castle High School Agriculture Program and farm.
General Board of Representatives – more needed
Election of officers and directors for the coming year
We need to elect officers and directors who will serve the Association for the next year. A slate of officers and directors will be suggested and we will also accept nominations at the meeting.
By-laws Section 4.2 Officers and Directors. The officers of the Association shall consist of a President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. There shall be seven directors of the Association. The officers and directors shall be elected by the General Board of Representatives by a majority vote. The officers and directors shall serve a term of one year: to begin on July 1, and terminate on June 30.
Your current officers and directors are as follows:
We also need more volunteers to serve on our General Board of Representatives. Each class can select their 2 voting members and 4 alternates by a process determined by each class. The General Board of Representatives (Class Representatives) will vote for the officers and directors. The current list of Representatives are shown below.
Click the table for a larger image.
Our General Board of Representatives has been updated as of July 17, 2017. At anytime, you can see the most current list of Executive Board Members and General Board of Representatives, by going to the “About Us” page on this website.
On May 3, 2017, the General Membership elected the following members to the Executive Board and Class Representatives.
There are many class representative vacancies. Please join us at the next General Membership Meeting on July 12, 2017 at 6:30 PM. Let your class be heard! Become a member, then elect your Class Representatives.
Get a taste of the Castle Performing Arts Center (CPAC). The students will be performing a musical sampling of Guys and Dolls Jr., at our next General Membership Meeting. The students are raising funds in preparation for a performance at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland this August.
Join us for the next exciting General Membership Meeting on July 12, 2017 at 6:30 PM at the Castle High School cafeteria. Everyone is invited! You don’t have to be an alumni to be a member. Please join us to learn how you can support the development of James B. Castle High School, Samuel Wilder King Intermediate School and the elementary schools of the Castle Complex of Schools.
We are still looking for representatives from all the classes of Castle High School. So far we have representatives from the following classes; 1959, 1961, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1976, 1978, 1981, 1982, 1986, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2002, and 2007. Castle High was founded in 1951 with the first graduating class in 1952. Let your class be heard! Representatives must be graduating members of Castle High School and a member of our association. To learn more about your responsibilities as a representative, join us at the meeting.
To become a member, you can join at the meeting or just go to our website to download the membership form and instructions. Go to “Become a Member” on this website or just click on the graphic below.