ULS 2013 Homecoming Week
Monday-Saturday, January 14-19, 2013
By Mililani T. Posted Monday, January 14, 2013
2013 snuck up on us quietly, but the students of ULS have no intention of bringing in the new year without a bang. Homecoming is upon us, and we are kicking it off with a week of school spirit to get everyone riled up and ready to support the basketball players on Saturday, January 19 for the homecoming game. On Monday, January 14, school spirit week will begin a bit sleepily with the students dressing up for school in their pajamas. The students will be excited to see who’s wearing what, all the while going through the school day comfortably in their nighties and house slippers.
Rummage Sale Fundraiser to benefit Ashlee A. (c/o 2012) and Family
Sunday, February 24, 2013- 8 a.m.- 2 p.m.
Click here for event flyer
January Campus Recycling
Saturday, February 2, 2013- 9 a.m.- 12 p.m.
Recycle & Kokua Our Environment…and our School!
Captain Charles Moore Visits Hawaii
Sunday, October 14, 2012- 3:00 p.m.- 6:00 p.m.
Please join us in the University Laboratory School Cafeteria as Captian Charles Moore makes his final stop in Hawai'i for the "The Plastic Pollution Conversation - Pacific Rim Tour 2012." Captain Charles Moore, author of "Plastic Ocean," is a prominent seafaring environmentalist and researcher who shares his maritime encounters of the shocking amount of plastic debris in the Northeast Pacific Ocean.
The goal of the Pacific Rim Tour 2012 is to raise the intensity of awareness about plastic pollution, its impact, the challenges it presents and motivate individuals and groups to effect change. He will be discussing the recently completed Algalita/5 Gyres 2012 Asia Pacific Expedition through the Western Pacific Garbage Patch and the southern edge of the 2011 tsunami material swept to sea making its way across the North Pacific Gyre. For more information about Captain Charles Moore's visit please click on the flyer or the link below:
November Walkway Wednesday
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Walkway Wednesday is a school-wide initiative where ULS students and staff members participate in our monthly campus clean up. The last hour of our day is dedicated to caring for a specific area on campus that each grade gets assigned to. Walkway Wednesday activities include picking up trash, cleaning the classrooms, and beautifying our campus. As a school we take responsibility for our ‘home’ and the environment around it. With the kokua of over 400 students and staff, we strive to make our campus clean and green!