Picture Credit: Kara Rimel, Mr. Oertal, Kylyn Rapoza, Taylor-Ann Collado, Mrs. Corpuz, and Mr. and Mrs. Mason
What happened this month?
September was a successful month for Christian Liberty.
To start the month, Christian Liberty’s very own Miss Teen Tropical Island Beauty Queen 2015, Kylyn Rapoza, spoke to our elementary about bullying.
Ola’a Episode 3- Retribution premiered on September 8th.
The girls volleyball team, both varsity and JV, had an incredible month of wins. Jade Arellano, Chantal “Telly” Koon, and Angela Reinking all were recognized as “players of the match.”
The Junior High cross country team had their first race of the season, on September 26 at Kamehameha. From the boys race, Austin Wilson took second with a time of 9:15.59, and John Grover took third with a time of 9:46.43. The Girls: Jadea Yamasaki (5th place 11:43.99), Rhylee Corpuz (25th 12:56.62), Tehya Caceres (56th 16:42.32)
Environmental Science Club
The Environmental Science club worked, hiked, and made our community a better place. On September 12 2015, the club went down to Honokea pond at Wai Uli today (Richardson’s Beach). There the club, with the help of Kumu Lauren, learned about the history of the place, and also the importance of building ko’a. After, there was a beach clean up in Keaukaha. On September 19 2015, the club hiked an 8 mile circuit around Volcano National Park with the help of Linda Larish. Despite the rain on September 26, three faithful club member, as well as Mr. and Mrs. Mason, hiked to Ha’ena Beach (Shipman.)
Student Activity Council
Christian Liberty’s class representatives are now pairing with reps from grades lower than them to create and all school event. This month the Juniors and the Freshman set the bar high by creating a “Glow Out.” This event was open to the whole high school, it took place at night, everyone got glow sticks, and had a blast taking pictures, playing games, and just enjoying each others company.
Junior Senior Retreat 2015
The Juniors and Seniors also went on their annual Spiritual Retreat at KMC. This year, John Endriss and Engage Church took over, bringing their worship band, their youth leaders, and their pastor!