In this unprecedented time when everything and everyone is under lock down for COVID-19, the high school seniors are left with a sad way to end their final year at Castle. A family stepped up to the plate. Mahalo Cory for sharing this message for the Class of 2020 Watch the video.
Help Castle High School earn scholarships while you shop @ Foodland!…Say ‘Castle High’ to the cashier. Castle High School is currently in 15th place and is now able to win three $2000 scholarships for our current graduating seniors. In addition to the scholarships, the top schools will also receive money towards their Project Graduation.
The Shop for Higher Education Program at Foodland is running now through March 31, 2020. Shop as you normally do and earn matching Maika`i points for Castle. Please spread the word to alumni friends and family!
Mahalo for your continued support of Castle High School.
Castle alumnus, Dennis Hida, Class of 1982, is seeking assistance with planning an event with a goal of providing hope and resources for struggling youth.
Goal: To reach those struggling with encouragement and real help and/or groups that can help them. For youth that are ‘good’ to keep them that way by connecting them or making them aware of healthy, character building, supportive groups and activities.
If you would like to help Dennis accomplish this goal, please contact him directly, (808) 469-9784 or email@example.com.
Windward Community Event – LIGHT
Target Date: Saturday May 9, 2020
11am-6pm @Windward Mall
11am-4pm windward youth performing groups
4pm-6pm Local Entertainment
Information Tables for 3 types of groups:
Non-Profits/support/Resources – target getting groups that deal with – anti-bullying(including cyber), anti-sex/human trafficking, suicide prevention, mental health, domestic abuse prevention, etc.
Positive youth groups – bands, clubs, dance / hula groups, scouts, youth sports, etc.
Spiritual groups(with support ministries and/or youth groups), service group(Rotarians, Kiwanis, Lions club, etc.)
>help struggling youth with heavy burdens to make these burdens less heavy, to make these burdens LIGHT
>to remind youth the LIGHT that they are in so many people’s lives.
>As a community, protect the LIGHT that are our youth…In our actions and words, support and encouragement, discipline and love.
Fall is here and the fresh gear drops! Get it for yourself, or give to someone as a gift. Don’t wait because this is for a limited time only! Pre-orders dueNovember 22, 2019. All purchases are final – no refunds and no exchanges. Distribution date December 9th thru 20th in Room 48 after school.
These items may be available at the Windward Holiday Craft and Gift Fair, December 8, 2019. See the flyer at the bottom of this post.
When you shop on smile.amazon.com, this Black Friday, you’ll be getting the same Amazon prices you’ve been enjoying and will make a contribution at the same time to Castle Alumni/Community Association. Just follow this link.
1972 Castle High School Alumni Kawaikapuaokalani Hewett is being honored by the Hawaii Academy of Recording Arts for a Lifetime Achievement Award. Hewett is a vocalist, songwriter, recording artist, kumu hula, and cultural practitioner.
Mahalo to the Honolulu Star Advertiser for the great tribute to Kalani and the other awardees.
The story can be found in today’s Honolulu Star Advertiser in the special PLAY section.