Devon Ku, Staff Writer

The school year is coming to a close, and looking back, we can recall many memorable events that have created lasting memories for both students and faculty. Homecoming week, prom, Friday night football games, and many more events brought excitement and joy to our school community.

The leadership classes did an excellent job organizing Homecoming week, with many fun dress-up days and games on the big lawn. It was great to see everyone dressed up and participating in the festivities. Prom was a special night that everyone looked forward to, and it definitely lived up to the hype. The dance floor was packed, and it was a night to remember. Friday night football games were also a highlight, providing an opportunity to cheer on our school’s team while spending time with friends and family.

Mr. Oshiro, a math teacher, shared his positive experience with project-based learning in his MOW2 class. He mentioned that watching his class build floating tables and concrete boats was both enjoyable and rewarding. He also expressed his excitement to meet next year’s students and see how they progress and learn.

Wairaka Halvorsen, a twelfth-grade student, fondly remembers the Spring Festival, where she had fun with her friends. She also expressed her sadness about leaving Kaiser but is eager to start college. Bee Beal, an eleventh-grader, recalls senior prom as her favorite memory, and she’s excited to experience it again next year.

As we wrap up this school year, we cannot help but feel grateful for all the events that made it memorable. The memories we have created will last a lifetime, and we owe a big thank you to all the faculty and students who contributed to this year’s events.