Monday, December 30, 2013

Sophomores - Campus Cleanup

The Black and Gold 1975

Traditional Post Commencement Campus Cleanup Concludes Year




McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Friday, December 27, 2013

Thursday, December 26, 2013

Daily Pinion 1975 May 13

The Daily Pinion - Tuesday, May 13, 1975

Headlines:
Senators Elected, Grievance Board Voting on May 21
Ag Department Plans Plant Sale
Seniors Re-Signing for Table Seating
Rod Young To Appear At Banquet
Glasses Day

Legislature Funds $200,000 For Girls Sports
Good News for Girls Athletics
Intramural Boys' Volleyball Opens Today
House Education Committee To Report At District Meetings
Judo Champs to Compete in Tournament
Athletic Banquet Set for May 20

McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Sophomores - Lunchtime Interests

The Black and Gold 1975



 Rriinnnnnnggg--the noon bell dismissed a crowd of hungry sophomores to be caught in the lunchtime traffic.

 Some hurried to meet their friends and rushed off campus to spend their 42 minute break for lunch at McDonald's, King St. Pharmacy, Zippy's, or the popular "Sweet Shop."


 Other diligent sophs headed for the library to complete their homework assignments, work on projects, or to further pursue their scholarly interests.


 Favorite hangouts for the Class of '77 included the band room, the parking lot, Sophomore Court, Mr. Maeda's room, or classes in which teachers permitted them to study or eat lunches they brought from home.


 After a satisfying lunch, clusters of sophomores could be seen relaxing or socializing on the front lawn until the ringing of the bell announcing the end of lunch, sent them dashing off to their respective classes.



McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Friday, December 20, 2013

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Daily Pinion 1975

The Daily Pinion - Monday, May 12, 1975

Headlines:
MTG Celebrating Tenth Birthday, Invites McKinleyites To Attend
Senior Schedule
SC to Sponsor Aloha Dance
The Well-Dressed Senior
Tigers To Start Football Practice This Afternoon
Vietnam
Bookstore to Hold Inventory Sale


McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Monday, December 16, 2013

Sophomores - School Life

The Black and Gold 1975

School Life Stimulates Different Moods; Motivates Self Discovery




McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Friday, December 13, 2013

Thursday, December 12, 2013

A Spring Concert 1975

The McKinley High School
Symphonic Wind Ensemble presents

A SPRING CONCERT

M.M. Scott Auditorium - May 10, 1975



McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Daily Pinion 1975

The Daily Pinion - Thursday, May 8, 1975

Headlines:
Counselors Want Juniors To Come For Credit Count
Monday Deadline For Checked Out Library Materials
Summer Work Available
Voter Registration Scheduled Here For Wednesday
Sierra Club To Hike In Mountains Overnight

Left Half Of May Day Extravaganza
Lance Kamaka Takes First
Boys Volleyball Opens Competition



McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Friday, December 6, 2013

Thursday, December 5, 2013

Daily Pinion 1975

The Daily Pinion - Wednesday, May 7, 1975

Headlines:
Limited Attendance To Hear Pearl City Choir Concert
Junior Camp Out, 'Happy Together' Banquet In
Natural High
College Meeting Will Discuss Financial Aid
HEY! All Seniorettes

Faculty Dresses For May Day
Volleyball Play Opens Tomorrow
Judo Team Loses To Second Place Kalani, 36-23
McDonald's To Have Manager-for-Day
S.C. Sponsors Free Movie Today

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40th Reunion Summer 2017

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Daily Pinion 1975

The Daily Pinion - Tuesday, May 6, 1975

Headlines:
Accounts Payable
Merchandising, Final Wednesday Career Session
Local Store Seeks Hi-Board Applicants
Baldwin Students Tour Printshop

Badminton Champ Is Patsy Wong
From The Marianas To Honolulu...
Hurdle Team Places In Punahou Relays
Senior Prom - May 16

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40th Reunion Summer 2017

Monday, December 2, 2013

Sophomores - Class Leaders Aim for Unity

The Black and Gold 1975


An attempt to gain a higher education prompted 828 students to come to McKinley and experience the school life that would eventually become a part of them.

 Everything was new for these students, the Class o
f '77, including the environment around them, new faces, teachers and a "first time" class adviser--Mr. George Maeda.


 Caught in the whirlpool of high school activities, a prolonged class officers' election was held-the results begin dominated by three boys and one girl. Along with Mr. Maeda, they began putting ideas together for events and activities which were to compose the Class of '77.


 Being class adviser was a personal challenge and a very satisfying job, according to Mr. Maeda. This was a good opportunity to get to know individuals and understand viewpoints of the students.
 Inspired by the pride and spirit at school, the sophomores displayed undaunted spirit at pep rallies and produced an enthusiastic pep squad to help them cheer. 


 A JV football game dedicated to the sophomores helped bind the class together as did their class image elections.  This was another step towards identity and recognition at McKinley. 


  Pooling their efforts, they strived to complete their first Homecoming float on time. This hectic time of year brought many new faces together for good times.


 To help them get acquainted with each other, the sophomores sponsored a "Vote K-POI" activity for the entire school. Piles of paper filled with "Vote K-POI" were brought to Mr. Maeda's room. Although McKinley did not place in the contest, the sophomores attempted to lead the way for school unity.


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40th Reunion Summer 2017

Friday, November 29, 2013

Thursday, November 28, 2013

Daily Pinion 1975

The Daily Pinion - Monday, May 5, 1975

Headlines:
HPD May Regulate Parking On Campus Next School Year - Students Must Clear Accounts
Teen Finalist
Grievance Board, Senate Positions Now Available
Juniors Victorious in Bicentennial Relays
Sophomores Open Catamaran Cruise To All Classes

Many Winners In May Day Lei, Appropriate Dress Contest
Prize Winner Lei Involves Much Work
Cap and Gown Pickup

McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Daily Pinion 1975

The Daily Pinion - Friday, May 2, 1975

Headlines:
NIDA Sponsoring Search For Drug Abuse Prevention
Diploma Cases, Reserve Seating Tickets Go On Sale, Monday
Oceanography Classes Repair Boat For Sailing
Preliminary Screening Now For Coop Ed.

Arakaki, Nonaka Strunk Lead MHS In Meet Tomorrow
Drill Team Places Second as ROTC Places Fourth In Field Day
Class Play Chairman Extends Thanks  

McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Friday, November 22, 2013

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Sophomore Pinion 1975 Mar 14

The Sophomore Pinion - Friday, March 14, 1975

Sophomore Athletes Excel...in Jay Vee, Varsity Sports

Remember When...

  The uncertainty in our minds as we first entered school was evident in the way we acted. The puzzled looks on our faces mad us wonder what the year would unfold.
  Confusion raced through our minds when we went through our first registration scramble. We hustled for the subjects we wanted an chose teachers by names and appearances more so than knowledge. With registration behind us, we began to familiarized ourselves with this new strange, large, school.
  There were new friends to meet and old ones to reacquaint ourselves with. We were still in doubt about our newfound friendships, when our first activity came about...the elections. We voted for people we knew and rejected those we didn't. But despite the way we arrived at it, the outcome was pretty good. Those officers and senators we elected pulled us through the semester with activities that we were confronted with.
  Then our first pep rally came about; many sophomores, but no response. However, by the time the third rally came around, a little cheering was heard in our section. The sophomore spirit was beginning to shine through. After that, the following pep rallies didn't seem too dull.
 We even started competing for the spirit stick, which we won in time for the Sophomore Game. The real class spirit came through when when the sophomore committees were up for grabs. Room 109 was filled to the brim with eager sophs.
  The first real activity we had was our entering the "Vote K-poi" contest. We started late but we were able to pull off more than a million "Vote K-poi"'s. It originally started out as a sophomore effort and it later turned out to an all-school activity, it seemed impossible to get over the 500,000 mark. Bart Asato tried his best to stir up more effort by talking to the audience of our football game on the day of the deadline.
  The Homecoming game was coming closer, and we were again late in starting our float. The frantic struggle on the day of the judging was quite a sight. Chaos, as well as desperation reigned that day. Even though we finished last, it was fun creating the float from beginning to end.
  Our most recent activity was the carnival booth which started out with a BANG. The only problem encountered was the name. It started out as the "Jungle Hunt," the "Pied Piper" came next, then "Hamlin Carnival."
  Everyone finally agreed on the "Hamlin Fair." We broke the tradition of sophomores always finishing last by placing third in the judging only to be beaten by the juniors and science club.
  More activities for us are scheduled to come. Some of these are the class play, picnic, etc. Join the fun and participate. The more, the merrier.

ROCK-N-ROLL HEAVAN - Sophomore Class Play






McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Sophomore Pinion 1975 Mar 14

The Sophomore Pinion - Friday, March 14, 1975

Class of '77 Officers
Standing Committee Chairmen
Friends '77


McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Sophomore Pinion 1975 Mar 14

The Sophomore Pinion - Friday, March 14, 1975

Headlines:
'We All Can Contribute...'
'The Cub Has Become a Tiger'
'The Year Has Gone By Too Fast For Sophomores...'

Sophomore Class Day
Sophomores Climax Year With Today's Activities

Unity, Trust Symbolic of  Class
  In the beginning..
     ...there were 828 willing and eager sophomores, representing a wide range of diverse interests, cultures and backgrounds. In the months that followed they became aquainted with one another, and the friendship that developed brought forth the Class of '77. Symbolic of this unity and trust is the Sophomore Class Week and the various activities associated with this event. This special week is dedicated to all sophomores and serves to illustrate the accomplishments that this young, but energetic group has brought together.




McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Monday, November 18, 2013

Sophomores

The Black and Gold 1975



 For the most part, eager and willing to learn, the Class of 1977 entered into McKinley ready to take on "grown up" responsibilities.

 Establishing a firm class executive and senate representation in October was the sophomore's first major responsibility. A dedicated committee guided the class in choosing a class image through nominations and voting in English classes.


 Their next venture as daily workshops where sophs confusingly pieced together their float "Gobble da Govs" for Homecoming.


 Twelve energetic and eye-catching sophomore pep squad members cheered along their mascot Woodstock as they witnessed a 20-0 win over Kalaheo in November a the Sophomore Class Game.


 The sophs started off in to the new year with a "Slave Day" where a girl could command a boy to carry her books or serve her lunch; in return the boys had an opportunity to enslave a girl for a day.


 Sophomore Class Day took place on March 14. After attending their play, sophs donned in class colors and were treated to candies as they entered the cafeteria for lunch. As an added attraction, they attended a rock concert in the afternoon. 


 That evening was the Sophomore Banquet, "Touch a Hand, Make a Friend," at the Hawaiian Regent Hotel.


McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Friday, November 15, 2013

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Daily Pinion 1975

The Daily Pinion - Thursday, May 1, 1975

Headlines:
MHS Kicks Off Bicentennial Celebration Today
What is the Bicentennial?
Bicentennial Commemorates Historic Events
Assembly Behavior
McKinley Joins Celebration
First Year Recognition

Judo Champs Take On Falcons in Finale - At Holy Trinity Gym, Saturday
In This Hawaiian Net



McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Daily Pinion 1975

The Daily Pinion - Wednesday, April 30, 1975

Headlines:
Prizes Will Go To Most Appropriate May Day Dress
May Day Rehearsal
Clubs, Bicentennial Committee To Join In May Day Celebration
Lance Kamaka To Compete Again
State Library Offers May Day Films

Camp and Gown Pick Ups Today
House Resolution Supported Preservation Of McKinley H.S.
Sophomore Picnic
Bicentennial Relays

McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Cafeteria and Custodial

The Black and Gold 1975



Cafeteria Staff Beats Inflation as Custodian Care Campus

Just as important as the administering to or teaching of the students were the jobs of the cafeterial and custodial staffs.

Under the supervision of Miss Alma Morohoshi (School Lunch Program Director), the cafeteria staffers were responsible for putting out a well balanced and nutritious meal for over 1200 daily lunchgoers. Despite the heavy volume of lunch sales, the staff was able to produce enough to satisfy everyone. Packaged lunches were an innovation in the McKinley cafeteria this year and in spite of the rising costs of food, a student's lunch at McKinley High School was a real inflation beater at 25 cents.


Maintaining the beauty and the well-kept image of McKinley was a challenging task for the custodial staff workers. But supervisor Mr. Ernesto Victorino and seven staffers worked hard to keep buildings and grounds clean.


McKinleyites were saddened by the untimely death of Mrs. Namiko Yoshimura. Her well-kept plants and flowers were a testimony to her devotion to the school and students


McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Friday, November 8, 2013

Thursday, November 7, 2013

Faculty 4

The Black and Gold 1975


Faculty Social Life Takes on Merriment, Nonsense

  Between the duties of teaching and correcting stacks of homework papers, members of the McKinley Teachers Association found the time to get together for a little fun.
  Striving for better social and professional contacts, the MTA held various activities throughout the year.
  The first big event of the year was a “China Nite” faculty dinner at King’s Garden with Queen Fely Serra reigning over the festivities. This was followed by a Thanksgiving Turkey Roast and the annual faculty Christmas party. The star of the show as jolly ‘ole St. Nick in the person of Principal Young Yee Ko.
  A real Hawaiian style luau, for faculty members, families and guest, took place on the Campbell estate at Ewa Beach in May.
  MTA officers included Mrs. Carolyn Chang, president; Mr. John Hawkins, vice president; Miss Barbara Kakuda, secretary; and Mr. Ronald Uchida, treasurer. Under direction of Mr Margaret Leong, the aloha committee remembered sick members or made leis wherever needed.
  Small groups of teachers found time for playing basketball, golf and tennis during after school hours. All found time for congenial activities during their duty-free lunch period, in various parts of the campus.


McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Faculty 3

The Black and Gold 1975


Faculty Teams Take on Student Competition

  In their first year of competition, the Women’s Faculty Basketball Team named the Odd Squad participated in intramural games. Led by Head Coach Linda “Unconscious” Izumoto, members of the Odd Squad played hard, defensive games against student teams such as SMP (Special Motivation Program).
  All the players had nicknames. They sounded quite hilarious. “Wonderwoman” Wright, Lynette “Shoulders” Oshima, “Jungle” Jane Uyema, Jane “Demolition” Schroeder, Peggy “Banshee” Anderson, Gwendolyn “Grinder” Shimono, Pualani “Hot Hands” Howell, and Darcy “Dynamite” Dorich.
  The mello and yet bizarre, five year old Men’s Team, Faculty Fumblers, was head coached by Joe Tom. Throughout the years they won over 30 games and lost none.
  This year the Fumblers made a distinct alteration. They added Miss Darcy “Dynamite” Dorich to the team as player-cheerleader. Playing for the players were Carl “Hook” Hansen, John “Metro” Hawkins, Richard “Roadrunner” Haru, Jacob “King of the Hill” Hoopai, John “Too-Tall” Hammond, Raynor “Catfish” Minami, Mike “Smooth” Chow, Stephen “Speedy” Siu, Paul “Five-O” Reichl, Ed “Basher” Watanabe, Lester “Boom-Boom” Chuck, Alvin “Jet” Tokuda, Howard “Radar” Gay, and Neal “Cool Hands” Takamori. With nicknames such as these how could they ever lose?

Master Touch Molds Unique Art Pieces




McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Faculty 2

The Black and Gold 1975



New Teachers Fill As Enrollment Goes Up

   New teachers at MHS included Mr. Gary Abe, Mrs. Anne King and Miss Raynette Takizawa and Janice Kawamoto.
 After rumors of discontinuation, Mr. Abe’s agriculture classes undertook new projects and cultivated many crops, such as corn, string beans, and cucumbers. In coordination with the woodshop classes ag students built new platforms for potted plants and made new plant boxes.
 Replacing Mrs. Eva Buder who was on professional leave, Mrs. King had been at McKinley several years ago. In Mrs. King’s TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) classes, immigrant students learned English colloquialism as well as adaptations to American Life. Mrs. King took the classes on excursions to places such as Sea Life Park for more learning experiences.
 Miss Kawamoto jointed the Home Ec Department when Mrs. Jane Yamashiroya took over a new Americanization classes. She in turn took Mrs. Yamashiroya’s classes in Family Clothing. Increased enrollment in the Math Department brought the addition of Miss Takizawa, who taught mathematics.
 As a result of federal funding for CETA (Comprehensive Employment Training Act), Mrs. Aileen Waiau and Miss Jane Ebisuya became the campus aide and acculturation worker, respectively. Their purpose was to prevent fights and quarrels on campus by counseling.

McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Monday, November 4, 2013

Faculty

The Black and Gold 1975


In an effort to establish a good teacher-administration relationship, coordinating committees were set up by new principal Mr. Young Yee Ko to alter many policies. 

Committee members included the vice principals, registrar, counselors, department heads and the principal sought ways to improve communication and set up definite policies. An important line of communication was established in which teachers talked over their concerns with department heads who, in turn, discussed them with the coordinating committee members.

Teachers made up subcommittees that investigated registration, attendance, disbursement of carnival funds, class schedules, unwritten rules and regulations, activities and school policies. Teachers were also kept busy advising classes, clubs, and organizations, sharing knowledge along the way with them


Expanding their constitutions to include more staff members, the MHS Teachers Association (MTA) was active, planning social and fun activities to enhance school life. They had an aloha committee; new and student teachers received leis, and cards and flowers were sent to the sick from the MTA. Other activities included outings, dinners, a carnival project and the annual picnic.

McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Friday, November 1, 2013

Thursday, October 31, 2013

Daily Pinion 1975

The Daily Pinion - Tuesday, April 29, 1975

Headlines:
Bart, Alan To Lead Juniors; Darryl, Karen Win Senior Election
Veterinary Careers Set for Wed. Session
Personality and Dress Students Get Expert Hair Cuts, Styling

Tiger Track Teams To Enter Punahou Relays
Girls' Volleyball Opens Practice on May 1
Boys' IM Volleyball Signing Up This Week

McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Daily Pinion 1975

The Daily Pinion - Monday, April 28, 1975

Headlines:
May Day Presents 'In This Hawaiian Net' Pageant
Science Clubbers View Snow At Mauna Kea On Big Island Tour
May Day Will Feature Lei Contest

Carnival Board To Allocate Net Profits
Ag Classes Tend Annual Marigolds
The Kakaako Trio

McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Administration

The Black and Gold 1975



Administering the functions of a large high school with a student population of over 2,400 can prove to be a tough challenge for anyone. Mr. Young Yee Ko returned to his Alma Mater as principal, replacing Mr. Edmund Toma, who left on a year's leave to manage George Ariyoshi's successful campaign for Governor.

His first meeting with the student body took place the first week of school in a hurriedly called assembly at which he had to discuss the death of a student following a campus fight.


In an effort to increase communication between his administration and the rest of the school, Mr. Ko encouraged a dialogue between himself and the students and teachers of McKinley High School by setting up a coordinating committee which met weekly.


Aiding him in his period of assimilation and adjustment were First Vice Principal Loy Fook Leu and Second Vice Principal Hideyasu Fukuhara. These two men helped in running the school by performing functions ranging from administration paperwork to regulating parking decals.
In addition to the principal and vice principals, the counselors at McKinley played an important role by counseling and advising students on courses to take and by helping them to achieve their goals whether it be academic or vocational.


Guidance Counselor Gerald Miller returned from his sabbatical leave. In December, Counselor Walter Nozoe accepted a vice principal position at Nanakuli High, and physical education teacher Herbert Moriyama took his place.


McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Daily Pinion 1975

The Daily Pinion - Friday, April 25, 1975

Headlines:
MHS Wins Best Play, Actress, Supporting Actress Awards
FBI Hiring Clerks, Stenographers, Typists
Taikas Open Practice Sessions

McKinley Choir Spring Concert


Girls' Basketball Team Posts 4-9 Record


McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Daily Pinion 1975

The Daily Pinion - Thursday, April 24, 1975

Headlines:
MHS Hosts State Speech Tournament - Three Day Festival
Welcome from Speech Department
Schedule of Competition
Many Donate Trophies

Two Senior Girls Win Awards In Hawaii Business Conference
In Praise/In Concert Slated For Makiki Tomorrow Night
Pay For Your Senior Prom Bid

A Significant Occasion
Two Represent MHS in State Meet
Meeting To Discuss Prestigious Colleges
Sierra Club Will Hike Poamoho, Koolau Mountain

Juniors, Sophomores Vote Tomorrow To Elect Presidents, Vice Presidents
Junior Class Candidates...
Senior Candidates' Comments...

McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Monday, October 21, 2013

People, People, People

The Black and Gold 1975



A school would not be a school without its people, and McKinley fortunately did not lack its share of bright, youthful, talented persons.

 Always ready for almost anything, the people, faculty and students alike, enjoyed and coped with the everchanging events of their world at McKinley unique. National pressures, already well into recession appeared to lighten at McKinley and the people themselves settled down by mid-year and accepted things as they were.


 Although seniors welcomed the day of graduation, and juniors and sophomores looked forward to that hopeful day, many alumni returned, back to the scene where memories and friends could be found--where a portion of their lives would always be McKinley.


McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Friday, October 18, 2013

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Daily Pinion 1975

The Daily Pinion - Wednesday, April 23, 1975

Headlines:
Sophomore Boy Wins Science Poster Contest
Summer School Registration Now Open Till June 6
Choir To Present Spring Concert
Junior Prom Royalty

McKinley Judo Team Clinches OIA Title
Grievance Board Airs Concerns
Penney Fashion Board Now Recruiting
LOL Offers Summer Research Program
Taika Tryouts Today

McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Daily Pinion 1975

The Daily Pinion - Monday, April 21, 1975

Headlines:
Mark, Tracey To Lead Student Body
Key Clubbers Win 2nd Place Award At Convention
1975-76 MHS Pep Squad
Session Discusses Outdoor Careers

ROTC Activities  - Battalion Field Day Jamboree Set Saturday, Military Ball Next
Girls' Sports In Full Swing - Bowing Champs, Badminton Doubles, Singles Tomorrow
Taikas Take Third in Drill Competition
Pacific Tropical Botanical Garden Provides Apprentice Training Program

McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Intramurals

The Black and Gold 1975

Individuals, Intramurals, Females Gain Deserved Recognition To Round Out Sports Year

 Rounding out a full year of sports at McKinley were several sparkling individual and team accomplishments.


 Junior Tala Taito put on a strong showing in the State Golden Gloves Tournament before losing a decision in the finals. Despite the loss, Tala was chosen as one of the ten representatives from Hawaii to enter the National Tournament in Knoxville, Tennessee.


 In the world of surfing, McKinley's Pat King finished third overall in the Junior Men's division of the Haleiwa Surfing Championships in March. 


 Boys' intramurals under the direction of P.E. instructor Joe Tom and girls's intramurals under Mrs. Jane Schroder took on wide dimensions in such sports as volleyball, basketball and bowling.


 Increasing girls' interest in sports set a new definition for involvement. Playing in their own caliber, the McKinley girls developed unique skills and techniques.


McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Friday, October 11, 2013

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Daily Pinion 1975

The Daily Pinion - Thursday, April 17, 1975

Headlines:
Lance Kamaka Wins Talent Search Contest
Report Card Set For Distribution Tomorrow
Cap, Gown Required for Commencement
Juniors To Feature Fashion Show
Sophomores in Disaster Drill
Music Enthusiasts Will Get Together
Library Observes Information Power

MTG Participating In Annual State Thespian Workshop
P.E. Instructor Howard Gay Named Head Football Coach
Girls' Drill Team Competition Tonight
Junior Class Day Tomorrow



McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Daily Pinion 1975

The Daily Pinion - Wednesday, April 16, 1975

Headlines:
Student Council Voting Today
Sophs Plan Catamaran Cruise, Class Picnic for Final Activities
SC Constitution Still Unchanged
Seniors Schedule Play Tryouts
Legislature Recognizes Bruce, Thompson

Controversy Results Over AD Change
MHSers Aid Easter Seals Telethon



McKinleyites Excel in 1975 Industrial Arts Fair

McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017