Are you a techie who might be interested in a cyber camp this summer to learn more about technology and cyber security? The first camp will run from July 16-20 and it’ll be for current 8th graders and students in high school only. This camp will be held at Kauai Community College and the cost is free. The second camp is for all current 6th-8th graders and will run from July 23-27 at Kauai High School. This camp will also be free. Click on this link to sign up or get more info!
CONGRATULATIONS CKMS TEAM UNIFY on an awesome job at the Kauai Track and Field event this past Saturday! They all ran their hearts out and threw and jumped their furthest. Our athletes participated in the 4x100 m relay, 200 m run, 100 m run, and one of our athletes ran the 800 m run. They also participated in the shot put, softball throw and running long jump. Our unified relay teams ran in the 4x100 m unified relay and 4x400 m unified relay. We are so proud of how each team member exemplified dignity, honor, respect, acceptance, and perseverance. AMAZING JOB!!
MAHALO to all who came out to cheer on CKMS Team Unify and all of our Kauai delegations. This year we had elementary students participate as well! We are truly grateful for all of the support and aloha we received from the many fans in the stands. Thank you!
And a BIG MAHALO to the CKMS Jazz band who played for all of us Saturday morning!! Your music helped encourage us and push us to continue to try our best. THANK YOU!!
CKMS Team Unify will now be training for our State Summer Games at UH Manoa which will be held on May 25-27th. We will continue to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Special Olympics at these summer games. If you're going to be on Oahu Memorial Day weekend, stop by the UH Manoa track and check out our many athletes that will be participating.
THANK YOU SO MUCH for all of your support, encouragement and aloha!!
Mahalo for all our CKMS competitors who ran, threw and jumped at the Mayor's Track meet! Way to power through the rain! CKMS placed 3rd in the overall standings, behind Island school and Waimea Canyon. Awesome job!!
7th grader, Hekili Dizol won Outstanding Boy for 6-7 graders.
Join us tonight (Tuesday, January 30) at 6 pm in our cafeteria for our elective night where you can learn about all of the elective courses being offered next school year. You'll also receive your registration materials and you can begin to register online. Please bring your Chromebooks!
Join us this Thursday evening at 5 pm for our next Family Night in our cafeteria where our topic will be, "Internet and Social Media Safety" presented by the Kauai Police Department. Learn how you can keep your child safe on the Internet!
The CKMS Science Olympiad Team recently qualified for the state competition on Oahu coming up in March and they need your help to raise the funds to get there. You can make a donation by visiting this site. Mahalo!
A student at CKMS was struck and injured by a vehicle on Thursday, January 11th, before school. A letter was sent home today with all students regarding this incident and it can be downloaded here in case it didn't reach home. The safety of all of our students is important and we ask that we all be aware of our surroundings when driving in our communities. Drive with caution!
Congratulations to CKMS’s top speller, Charles Brown, and runner up Jeresen Dikilato, for taking the top honors at our spelling bee held recently! Charles and Jeresen will be representing CKMS in the Kauai Complex Area Spelling Bee this Thursday, January 18, 2018, at the CKMS Cafeteria, starting at 6 pm. Please come on out and support Charles and Jeresen!
ATTENTION PARENTS AND MIDDLE SCHOOL AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Which colleges possess a total of $14 billion of financial aid for all admitted, qualified students? Which colleges eliminate student debt? Do you know how to prepare for a debt free college education? Join Deborah Ching who will show you how to maximize opportunities to access a grade "A" education without mortgaging your future. Ching is a consultant who helped Hawaii students receive $3,500,000 in financial aid over the last two years. Discover strategies on how to obtain an excellent and affordable education. This free seminar will be held on Saturday, November 4th, at 5: 00pm, at the Kauai Veteran's Center. Registration is required. See this flyer for more information.