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Maryknoll School - Athletics General News
2013-2014 Spartan Baseball


Friday, August 02, 2013 4:33:00 PM

FALL Sports Tryout Info


Friday, August 02, 2013 10:01:00 AM

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Maryknoll School - Grade School News
Yes, Virginia

yes virginiaMaryknoll School students, fourth through eighth graders, have joined together to put on this season’s holiday performance, “Yes Virginia The Musical.” This original production is based on the true story of 8-year-old Virginia O’Hanlon, who wrote a letter to the New York Sun newspaper in 1897, inquiring about the existence of Santa Claus. The production, meant to share a message of love and generosity, is part of the Macy’s “Believe” campaign and their school musical program.

Opening night will be on Sunday, December 14, at 3:00 p.m. in Bachelot Hall, with a closing the next morning on Monday, December 15, at 9:05 a.m. in Bachelot Hall. The production is just a supplement to the entire “Believe” campaign supporting Make-A-Wish®. During the holiday season, Macy’s collects letters to Santa. For every letter collected, they donate $1 to Make-A-Wish, helping to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions. Bring your letter to Santa to the Santa Mail letterbox in the Macy’s store of your preference.

Join us in watching this season’s performance of “Yes, Virginia The Musical” at Maryknoll School on December 14 and 15. Together, we can ring in the holiday, support the keiki, and spread some compassion.


Wednesday, November 26, 2014 11:07:00 AM

Sen. David Ige, Duke Aiona, Rep. Takai and Charles Djou visit Maryknoll for WeVoteHawaii Rally

Maryknoll School Spartans vote! On Wednesday, October 22, the school teamed up with WeVoteHawaii to get special guests like Senator David Ige, former Lieutenant Governor Duke Aiona, former Representative Charles Djou, Representative Mark Takai, and Representative Della Au Belatti to visit the school.

Guests were greeted with paper-chain leis made by our grade school students and welcomed with so many smiles. Guests then had the opportunity to speak and interact with the entire student body made up of more than 1,250 students in the Maryknoll Community Center Gym. This WeVoteHawaii Rally was able to set a real impression on the Spartans. As a group, they learned about the importance of voting and civic engagement.

After speaking in the gym to the whole school, our special guests were able to sit down and have a smaller session with the high school senate officers. Those in the room heard about the great benefits that come from becoming a leader, what makes a leader, and what kind of hurdles they may have to overcome when representing a large amount of people. This experience has had an all-around positive impact on the students, staff, faculty, and entire school. Know the value of your vote, and go cast your ballot on November 4!


Monday, October 27, 2014 4:54:00 PM

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Maryknoll School - High School News
Students Learn Physics Principles by Constructing Rollercoasters

On November 3rd, Mr. Hickel's freshman physics students built and showcased their very own roller coasters. Combined classes met in the library to create an amusement park right here on campus. The prototype roller coasters allowed the Smart Spartans to demonstrate their knowledge of the different forms of energy. Other teachers came by to hear the students explain their work, along with their ingenious coaster names to include "Coaster Rica," and "The Procrastinator."

 


Tuesday, November 04, 2014 10:38:00 AM

Halloween Lesson in WuHan, China

Right now, Maryknoll School's Baron Kimura (grade 9), Thomas Root (grade 10), Mrs. Myrna Spurrier (Art), and Dr. John Trowbridge (Spanish, Chinese) are part of the ENVOY team in Wuhan, China. They will be in Wuhan Changqing No.1 School from October 25 to November 7, teaching English and American culture, and learning about the Chinese way of life as well as their education system. Most recently, the seventh grade students in Wuhan Changqing No.1 School have had been learning about Halloween! You can keep up with the team by following their blog here: http://maryknollwuhan.weebly.com/


Friday, October 31, 2014 5:09:00 PM

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Maryknoll School - PTG News
PTG Meeting: October 9, 2012

There is a PTG meeting is on Tuesday, October 9, 2012 at 6:00 PM. It will be held in the Maryknoll Community Center's Ma Multipurpose Room.


Monday, October 08, 2012 8:30:00 AM

PTG Hosts Kindergarten Event

Mahalo to all the Kindergarten families who were able to join us on Saturday, August 18th for the Parent Teacher Guild’s Kindergarten event! In order to help our keiki transition into the school environment and feel comfortable with their new classrooms and teachers, Kindergarten students were able to experience what their first day of school will be like. The students learned the daily student routine, brought in their backpacks and learned to store them in their personal cubbies, met their teachers and peers, participated in a craft activity and played on the playground! Our Kindergarten parents also had the chance to meet other parents and become more familiar with our Parent Teacher Guild. We hope that this event will make it a little easier to drop of your children on their first day of school this week! Welcome to Maryknoll grade school, a nurturing community where your students embark on the exciting adventure of learning.  


Monday, August 20, 2012 1:05:00 PM

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Maryknoll School - Campus Ministry News
Catholic Schools Week 2015

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National Catholic Schools Week 2015 | NCEA

National Catholic Schools Week is the annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States. It starts the last Sunday in January and runs all week, which in 2015 is January 25 - 31. Schools typically observe National Catholic Schools Week with Masses, open house and other activities for students, families, parishioners and community members. Through these events, schools focus on the value Catholic education provides to young people and its contributions to our church, our communities and our nation. 

Let's celebrate and be proud of the solid education and moral values Maryknoll School has exemplified in the Hawaii community for over 87 years. 


Sunday, January 25, 2015

Catholic Relief Services Presentation

Left to Right: HS Principal-Darcie Kawamura, HS VP of Student Life & Culture-Christopher Casupang, Office of Social Ministry-Roz Fautano, Office of Social Ministry-Iwie Tamashiro, Catholic Relief Services-Kenneth Preston, Catholic Relief Services-Joan Rosenhauer, Campus Ministry Director-Leo Delgado

 

On January 22, 2015, Maryknoll high school and middle school had the honor of hosting Catholic Relief Services, Executive VP of U.S. Operations, Ms. Joan Rosenhauer.  She took time out of her busy schedule to talk to Maryknoll about her experiences and organization. 

Ms. Rosenhauer has seen the world and the many problems that exists in it. However, in her presentation, she also shared the wonderful and simple solutions Catholic Relief Services is providing to make it better and explained the easy ways we can make a difference in the lives of others. 

Thank you Ms. Rosenhauer and team for reminding us that as a Catholic school, it is our responsibility, or Nobless Oblige, to make God's love visible by helping the world for His good! 

For more information about Catholic Relief Services and The Office of Social Ministry of the Honolulu Diocese, please visit their websites. 

http://www.crs.org/

http://www.officeforsocialministry.org/

 


Thursday, January 22, 2015 12:00:00 PM

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Maryknoll School - Alumni News
Alumna, Dr. Maria (Marel) Ver, one of five surgeons at Pali Momi Medical Center

A very distinguished and high-achieving Maryknoll School alumna, Dr. Maria (Marel) Ver, has earned a position as one of the five surgeons at Hawaii’s Pali Momi Medical Center. Dr. Ver is the second female to hold a position like this at the institution. As a personal and professional dignitary, Dr. Ver kindly spoke to young Spartans at the most recent National Junior Honor Society ceremony in December 2014.  She is pictured at the ceremony with Grade School Vice Principal, Kristopher Kern.

After graduating from the University of Southern California, Dr. Ver received her medial degree from New York Medical College and finished her general surgery residency at the University of Illinois Chicago, Mount Sinai Hospital. We are so proud and honored to have an amazing person like her as part of the Maryknoll Ohana. Congratulations, and God bless, Marel!


Thursday, January 08, 2015 2:24:00 PM

Kalbert Young '87- UH regents approve Young as chief operating officer

Story by Star Advertiser Staff

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Dec 05, 2014

The University of Hawaii Board of Regents voted unanimously Thursday to approve Kalbert Young as chief operating officer and vice president for budget and finance.

Young had been state budget director the past four years under former Gov. Neil Abercrombie, helping craft the state's roughly $10 billion operating budget and develop long-term financial strategies.

He previously served as director of finance for Maui County for six years and handled government relations, budget and financial planning, and internal audit at Kame­ha­meha Schools. He also worked in land planning and development for Kapa­lua Land Co.

"I am excited for the opportunity to work with everyone on the UH management team and within the UH community to implement improvements that will advance everyone's goal of evolving, growing and building our state university toward even greater prominence," Young said in a statement.

The appointment is effective in early January and comes with a $237,000 annual salary.

Young holds an undergraduate degree in American history and a master's in business administration and management, both from UH-Manoa.

 


Friday, December 05, 2014 3:40:00 PM

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Office of Institutional Advancement Happenings
Reminder for End of Tax Year Gifts

 During the holiday season, many people plan their end-of-year gift giving.  If you are considering an end-of-year donation to Maryknoll School for tax purposes, we ask that you keep these very important deadlines in mind:

Online gifts. Your online gift must be made by Dec. 31, 2012. To make your gift online, go to Maryknoll Give. IRS guidelines require that online credit card transactions be completed no later than 11:59 p.m. in the time zone in which the gift is made.

Mailed check or credit card gifts. Checks mailed to us must be dated no later than Dec. 31, 2012, AND must be postmarked no later than Dec. 31, 2012. Credit card donations mailed to us must be received by us by Dec. 26.  IRS guidelines require us to process credit card donations for 2012 before the end of the year. Our office will not be open Dec. 29-31.

Phoned-in credit card gifts. Phoned-in credit card gifts must be received by noon Dec. 27, 2012.

Securities. If you wish to make a gift of securities, please contact us no later than Dec. 26. You may call us at 952-7310.

Gifts to our annual fund (AIM) may be designated for the operating fund or for scholarship.

If you have any questions, please call us at (808) 952-7310 or email development@maryknollschool.org. Please remember that our office will be closed Dec. 24 and 25 and Dec. 31 and Jan. 1 for the Christmas and New Year’s holidays.


Tuesday, December 11, 2012 12:42:00 PM

Your gift, large or small, makes all the difference

From kindergarten through 12th grade, Maryknoll's students are challenged each and every school day to develop mind, body, and soul.  Science and robotics programs, economics, theater and band, art, extracurricular activities, athletic programs and retreats all develop the whole child.

Your support of our annual fund, which goes directly to school programs, is an investment in quality education and ensures continuation of all that makes Maryknoll special.

We're in the home stretch for the 2011-12 Annual Investment in Maryknoll campaign.  We have until the end of June to meet our 2011-12 goal of $425,000.  The education of our Maryknoll children is a partnership - your participation in this mission through your gifts makes all the difference and we see it every day in the faces of our children.

Noblesse Oblige


Thursday, May 03, 2012 9:18:00 AM

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Maryknoll School - Technology News
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