Bulldog Pride Giving Project

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By: Judy Tanabe

The Waialua High & Intermediate School Library Learning Center wants to improve literacy and student achievement by providing our students the very best education.  We want to work together with you to support the future of our community and what better way to start than to provide the best for our children.

With limited funding from the State, students have to share resources and many books are outdated.  Teachers need more laptop computers, books, PE equipment, basic supplies,  and curriculum resources for Math, Health, English, Social Studies, and Science.  Many students would also like to check out a computer from the Library because they do not have computer access to complete assignments at home.  We are striving towards moving into the 21st Century to better prepare students for college and careers.  We want our students to have PRIDE and be Prepared, Respectful, Involved, Dedicated, and Excellent!

The Bulldog PRIDE Giving Project has a prioritized list of needs from the teachers.  Thank you to top Bulldogs Dupont Pioneer, Hawaii Public Schools Foundation, and the Turtle Bay Foundation for their generous grants for the Library.  Please join us in helping our school, community, and our future by supporting the Bulldog PRIDE Giving Project.

How You Can Help?  Contact the WHIS Library.  We are looking for donations and volunteers.  Monetary donations of any denomination are gratefully accepted & will go towards purchasing laptop computers, textbooks, ebooks, library books, & PE equipment.

BE A TOP BULLDOG!  For a donation of $300 or more, a plaque will be inscribed with your name on the Mt. Ka’ala Bulldog PRIDE Top Dog wall in the Library where we are Striving for the Best to the Highest Peak!

Thank you and Mahalo to the following people who have already contributed to the Bulldog Pride Giving Project:

Emilyn Ramones (Class of 1966)

Kathryn Molle (Class of 1964)

Madeleine Mayher

Marianne Abrigo (WHIS Teacher 1968-1978)

Once again, thank you so much for your generous donations.  All monies will going to the students of WHIS and help them reach their dreams!


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