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School & Student Services

Bottled Water Machines:
Cold Bottled Water machines are housed throughout the campus to provide a special service for students. However, this service comes with the responsibility of keeping the campus free of empty bottles. This privilege can be removed if abused. Students should not be purchasing drinks during instructional periods. Water may be purchased before and after school and during recess. The school is not responsible for any malfunction of machines. Use them at your own risk.

Driver Education Program:
Two after school driver training classes are available each school year for students who are at least 15 ½ years of age and have a Hawaii learner’s permit. The program consists of 36 hours of classroom and 6-12 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction. Student enrollment in the two sessions will be determined based on a lottery drawing so each student who applies has a fair chance of getting in. Students and parents will be notified through the Mules News, Mules Tracks and school website for the dates of the open application period, lottery drawing, mandatory parent and student meeting and classroom session start and end dates. A fee is charged only for those students selected in any of the two classes. For more detailed information, please visit our web page.

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Lost and Found: (305-3033)
Students may check the Student Activities Room (28) for lost articles. Found articles, including books, are to be turned in to Room 28 as soon as possible. Textbooks will be immediately returned to the appropriate department chairperson. At the end of each semester, unclaimed items will be donated to a local charity. The school is not responsible for lost, stolen or not claimed items. Students are reminded to secure and guard all belongings.

Parking:
Student parking on campus is a privilege not a right. There is limited student parking on campus. Students may apply for a parking pass in the school office. The following information is needed: dues clearance for all years, copy of valid driver’s license, copy of current car registration, copy of current car insurance. The cost of a parking pass is $10 and is good for ONE school year. A $5 discount will be applied for all students who have paid their student fee's and do not have any outstanding obligations. The pass must be hung from the car’s rear view mirror. All parking rules must be obeyed. Any student who violates parking regulations may be subject to administrative action and/or revocation of parking privileges. The school is not responsible for any damages occurring to any vehicle parked on campus. Visitors must report to the school office to obtain a temporary parking pass.
students in classroom
Free/Reduced Meals:
A student whose family income falls within certain guidelines may apply for free/reduced meals. Applications are available from the school office and should be returned there for processing.

Phones:
School phones are for official school business and are not readily available for student use. Any student who needs to use the phone for an important or emergency call may see his/her counselor for this purpose. Teachers will not release a student from class to use the phone unless an emergency is apparent. Public phones are situated near the front entrance of the campus and in front of the gym for student use before and after school. During the day, these public phones are off limits to students.

Peer Mediation:
LHS is among a growing number of schools nationwide that have implemented a Peer Mediation Program as an additional resource to which students can turn for help in resolving conflicts. A group of students is given intense training in conflict resolution strategies. This core group of students serves as the school’s mediation team for the year. Disputants are given the opportunity to solve their disagreements by working with the trained mediators in an atmosphere of confidentiality and trust. Through a series of pointed questions, the mediators attempt to draw out the truth which serves as a basis for a resolution to the conflict. Questions can be referred to Ms. Gina Saneishi in Room 104 A.