Eddie Would Go Essay
Essay1st Place: Gabrielle Goodgame - "Integrity First"2nd Place: Maggie Odom - "Stand Up and Speak: How I Display Courage3rd Place: Brianna Martinez - "Commitment"Honorable Mention: Tabitha Kozlowski - "Courage"Honorable Mention: Maddix Tallis - "Core Values: Selfless Service and Personal Courage"Art Mia Starr Frank, 1st place Malia Goodwin , 2nd place Madison Minnick, 3rd place Reese Mc Murray, Honorable Mention Scarlet Higgins, Honorable Mention Seventh grader, Scarlet Higgins, received honorable mention in this year's Mayor's Memorial Day Poster Contest for the 5th-8th grade Division.
Her artwork will be displayed at Honolulu Hale, 3rd floor from May 1-31, 2016. Here's Kaitlynn Weiss holding the Junior Division Top Overall State Winner first place trophy she won for her project “Communication Preference and the Ability to Recognize Facial Expression”. Kui shares his artwork that he's submitting for the 2016 Mayor’s Memorial Day Poster Contest.
This accomplishment ranks his work among the top .4% of National History Day® projects created this year.
Kailua Intermediate School teacher, Leslie Ringuette, guided the research and creation of this award-winning project.
With aloha, Stephen Potts Area Director, Best Buddies Hawaii Congratulations to Joslyn Hanoa, Amber Kamaka, Kathleen "Kui" Clarke, and Mia Starr Frank who won awards for the 2015 "Eddie Would Go: Essay Contest Awards Ceremony held on November 15, 2015, at the Elks Club.
As a result of the Science and Engineering Department’s enthusiasm, Kailua Intermediate’s science proficiency on the state assessment rocketed from 34 to 51 points in one year and the school earned state recognition at the Hawaii Science and Engineering Fair with four student projects advancing to the state level, one earning first place overall in computer sciences and one earning first place overall in physics and astronomy.Congratulations to Kailua Intermediate employees of the year who are nominated and selected by the faculty and staff. Congratulations to Kailua Intermediate employees of the year who are nominated and selected by the faculty and staff. Malissa Igafo and Warren "Uncle" Waikiki, Security Aides - 2016 Team Award of the Year.Congratulations to Kailua Intermediate employees of the year who are nominated and selected by the faculty and staff. Congratulations to Jovani Austria, winner in the Animation Category - Middle School Division for the Olelo 2016 Youth Xchange Student Video Competition.I am so proud to recognize Kailua Intermediate as the 2015 Chapter of the Year in Hawaii!I encourage everyone to continue spreading the word about inclusion and keep up the amazing work that you all have done!Jovani's video entry titled, "Cyberbullying Isn't Cool", can be viewed at tinyurl.com/cyberbullying-isnt-cool Ms. Congratulations to Elijah Pittman and his teacher, Ms. Elijah's poem was selected for the Honolulu Star Advertiser's annual Keiki Day edition sponsored by Parents and Children Together or PACT. Kusunoki and the Advanced Band for scoring two "I's" the highest ratings, from the two adjudicators at the Parade of Bands on April 16.26th Annual Hawaii History Day State Fair Results Our school community is very proud of the hard work and achievements of our fifteen school and Windward District student representatives at the 26th Annual Hawaii History Day State Fair on Saturday, April 16, 2016 at Windward Community College.Student representatives included Owen Barr, Colton Blackmon, Molly Francis, Gabrielle Goodgame, Kathryn Green, Isabella Hartline, Madison Maronde, Brianna Martinez, Maree Medeiros, Jack Morse, Margaret Odom, Madeline Prislin, Alexandria Sarkissian, Kaitlynn Weiss, and Hailey Zalopany. Month of the Military Kid Essay and Art Committee winners The Month of the Military Kid Essay and Art Committee winners, sponsored by the PTSA.It’s a great interview about the legacy of Eddie Aikau and Stuart’s biography of Eddie, Eddie Would Go. Stuart and Mark also had the opportunity over the weekend to participate as judges in the Eddie Aikau Foundation’s essay contest.It was such an honor to participate and an inspiration to read the hundreds and hundreds of essays submitted by 7th-10th graders.Your leadership plays a big role in how your staff and students perceive the principles of inclusion and then act on those principles.Students in the club are part of a global movement to end bullying, foster opportunities for students with IDD to increase their self-esteem, and they are the students who set the example for others that everyone deserves the opportunity to have a friend.