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					                            HAWAII MARINE SCIENCE SEMINAR
                               SUMMER STUDY PROGRAM
                                GENERAL INFORMATION
Welcome to the Hawaii Preparatory Academy summer program. This is both an educational as well as a fun
program!

Please take a moment to become familiar with the following information. This should help answer many
questions concerning the program and make the trip more enjoyable.

TEACHER: Mrs. Chris McCarter
         cmccarter@brebeuf.org
         work: 524-7117
         cell: 765-481-7970

PAYMENTS: All checks are to be made out to Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School and given to Mrs. McCarter.
All deposits and 1st payments are nonrefundable. I highly recommend taking out travel insurance to cover your
costs should an emergency arise.

PAYMENT SCHEDULE:                Deposit of _$400____ is due by ___May 19th, 2011___.
                                 Payment of __$1350_________ is due by ___Sept. 18th , 2011____.
                                 Payment of __$1350___ is due by___ Dec. 1st, 2011___.
                                 Final payment of approximately ___$1350_ is due by _April 2nd, 2012_.

BOOKSTORE: There is an excellent book store located in the main administration building. Hours are from 8:00
am to 12:00 pm and from 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm. The Bookstore is closed on weekends. Personal care products as
well as supplies and school mementoes are available.

DINNING HALL: All meals at HPA will be served cafeteria style. Second servings are available if needed.
Three meals per day will be served unless otherwise stated. Due to the fact that the dining hall is carpeted, all
food must be carried on a tray. This saves on maintenance. Dishes must be taken back to the kitchen by each
individual upon completion of every meal. Shoes and shirt are required. Smoking is not permitted.

DORMITORIES: Each dorm has a large lavatory with shower facilities. Please be sure to turn showers off when
not in use. Washers, dryers, ironing boards, and irons are located in the dorm. Laundry facilities are free of
charge. To better serve everyone, double up with a friend for a full load because washers and dryers are always in
demand.
         Each person will be issued a room key. The replacement charge is $25.00 for a lost key. New keys can
be obtained at the bookstore.

FIRE PRECATUIONS: No electrical appliances other than hair dryers, radios, clocks, and curling irons are to be
used in the dorm. Curling irons are to be unplugged when not in use. All rooms are equipped with fire sensors.
In case of fire, an alarm will sound, at which time everyone is to exit in a rapid and orderly manner.

FLIGHT DEPARTURE AND RETURN: The sponsoring teacher will have all of the information on flight times
as well as any special arrangements on group travel to and from the airport. Please make a note on flight times
and numbers. Flight information will be made available approximately two weeks before departure. This will
hopefully lessen the odds of any changes in flight numbers and times.
KAMUELA: The town of Kamuela is two miles from the upper campus, where the group will probably be
staying. In Kamuela, there is a post office and two shopping centers that contain grocery stores, a drug store, and
other small shops. Trips into town must be cleared through a counselor. Scheduled trips are generally made
according to student interest. Most stores in town close at approximately 6:00 pm every evening.

LUGGAGE AND PACKING as of 26 March 2010: For United Airlines and US Air, each person is permitted to
check two pieces of luggage. Maximum weight per piece is 50 pounds. Length plus width plus height of each
piece cannot exceed 62 inches. There is a $25.00 charge for the first piece and a $35.00 charge for the 2nd piece
each way. Each person is allowed one piece of hand carried luggage. This piece must fit under the seat. Its length
plus width plus height cannot exceed 22” x 14” x 9”, and it cannot weigh more than 40 pounds. Please check
www.tsa.gov for a list of items which are not permitted. Examples of non-permitted items are sharp objects,
liquids, and gels. The only permitted liquids and gels must be in clear, 3 ounce containers. A personal item
(examples: purse or lap top computer) with a length plus width plus height not to exceed 36 inches is also
permitted. There is no charge for this allowance. For Hawaiian Airlines inter-island service, the dimension and
weight limits per piece of checked luggage are the same. There is a $10.00 charge for the first piece of checked
luggage and a $17.00 charge for the second piece of checked luggage. Regarding free hand carry, the dimensions
are the same, but the weight limit is 25 lbs.
          Luggage should have proper identification and should not be locked. It is also advisable to include
identification inside the luggage in case the outside tag is lost. When checking in for flight departure, be sure to
have bags checked through to Kona!!!!
          Each passenger must carry a valid government issued photo identification. Driver’s License or Passport
are acceptable. Those students not possessing this type of identification should obtain a government issued
identification card from their local auto license branch. They should also bring their school issued photo
identification cards.
          Do not pack travelers checks or cash in suitcases. Cameras and their accessories should be carried
separately. Generally, checked luggage is insured by the airlines for up to $1,250.00. Exclusions include, but are
not limited to camera equipment, jewelry, cash, fragile items, perishable items, china, computers, electronic such
as MP3 or IPOD players, and other high cash value items. If additional insurance is needed, it can be purchased
through GREAT DESTINATIONS, INC. prior to departure. In addition to travel baggage insurance, both trip
cancellation & interruption and accident & limited sickness insurance are available.
          A good rule for a sensible traveler is not to take anything more than can be comfortably handled.
          Student residences do not always provide luxuries. Bring hand soap, laundry detergent, washcloths, and
beach towels. Each student will be issued two sheets, a blanket, a bath towel, and a pillow case. These can be
exchanged after one week. A good suggestion is to share laundry needs with a friend.
          A plastic bag or two will be helpful for packing wet items. Bring hangers for clothes that require them.
All rooms will have plenty of drawer space.
          Because of the elevation at the school, there will be a good chance of morning and evening rains. A
hooded windbreaker or sweat shirt is suggested. Since the rain is usually a light mist, this will be sufficient.
          The sun is very intense, so take extra precautions. A lotion which contains PABA seems to offer the best
protection. There will be plenty of time to get a “Hawaiian Tan,” so take it slowly!!!
          Take plenty of film, memory cards, and/or memory sticks because they will probably be more expensive
in Hawaii. Camera usage on a trip of this nature is generally high.
          Since this is a marine science program, a set of mask, fins, and snorkel is imperative. It’s best to invest in
a good set to insure proper fitting. A local dive shop is generally the best bet. A mask that leaks a lot is very
frustrating, particularly when the group will be snorkeling often. All equipment should be marked for easy
identification. Nail polish is good for this. A net/mesh bag is handy for carrying equipment and takes up very
little packing space.
          A flashlight and extra batteries will be needed for night tide pooling. Bring a back pack for hiking. Also,
bring a white t-shirt in case we decide to do fish printing.
          Students need to bring a set of colored pencils, a Mead composition Book, a one inch 3 ring binder with
loose leaf paper, calculator, pens, and pencils.
MAIL: Mail is received at HPA each weekday and handed out after lunch. Please remember that it takes roughly
four to five days for mail between the mainland and Hawaii. Stamps, writing materials, and a mailbox are located
at the bookstore.

MEDICAL: For those who wear glasses, it’s a good idea to take an extra pair. If anyone is taking prescribed
medicine, be sure it is hand-carried on the flight. It’s a good practice to carry an extra prescription in case
medicine is misplaced, especially if the medicine is a must. Medical information must be provided for every
participant. This is included in the “release and waiver form.” All prescribed medicines and medical problems
must be listed. This form must be in the hands of the tour escort two weeks prior to the departure date. HPA has
a nurse on campus in the mornings. A medical center is located in Kamuela, only 5 minutes away. There is also
an optometrist in Kamuela if eyeglass work is needed.

RECREATION: All activities will be posted daily. Free time in the evenings will be spent on campus. Some
activities may have sign-up sheets. Ideas on activities not posted nor planned will be taken under consideration
by the group coordinator. Color television is available in the dorm lobbies. HPA offers a gymnasium with
facilities for basketball, volleyball, gymnastics, and weight training. A sauna is also available, if desired. Tennis
courts and track are also located on campus. Participants will leave for the beach practically every afternoon after
lunch. Free time is granted by the instructors after lab assignments have been completed.

RULES OF CONDUCT: HPA maintains a very high moral standard. Students are required to abide by the
regulations both on and off campus. Parents and participants are required to sign a release and waiver form prior
to departure. It is highly recommended that parents go over the rules to make sure that all are understood. There
are four main regulations:
         1) Absolutely no smoking in dormitories, cafeteria, gym, or classrooms. Smoking is allowed only on
            lanais and patio areas. This is a state boarding school law and it will be enforced.
         2) The alcohol consumption age in Hawaii is 21. However, consumption of alcoholic beverages on this
            tour is not permitted, regardless of age. This applies to off campus activities and also to the stay on
            Maui, Kauai, and/or Oahu. There will be no exceptions.
         3) Dormitories will be assigned boy and girl. No boys are permitted in the girls’ section, and no girls no
            girls are permitted in the boys’ section. This will also hold true for hotel rooms. Only under
            chaperone supervision will there be any exceptions. The dormitories and hotels have lobbies for
            meeting, watching television, and playing cards.
         4) Quite time begins at 10:00 pm. All students must be in their dorms by 10:00 pm. Lights are to be out
            by 11:00 pm. School personnel live on campus with their families. Respect must be shown for their
            privacy. The times should be acceptable since breakfast is early.
                 Failure to comply will result in a collect telephone call to the parents. A second offense will end
                 the participant’s tour at an additional expense to the parents or guardians.

SPENDING MONEY: As stated in the brochure, all meals are included except on Kauai, Maui, and/or Oahu. A
reasonable amount of time will be allotted for shopping. Budget money wisely and make the biggest expenditures
toward the end of the trip. Traveler’s Checks in $20.00 denominations are highly recommended.
         There will be suggested resource materials. Students my be asked to purchase two paperback books for a
total coast of approximately $6.00. The book will be available at the book store.

TELEPHONES: The main office at HPA is 1-808-885-7321. The summer programs office is
1-808-881-4019. The Great Destinations phone number at HPA is 1-808-881-4367. Students can be called
directly in their rooms at 1-808-881-4 + 3 digit room number. If a student is in class, a message will be taken and
given to the group leader.
VALUABLES: Please take care of personal items. Lock rooms and make sure that all valuable items such as
cameras and snorkeling equipment are properly marked. HPA and Great Destinations, Inc. can not and will not
be responsible for lost items.

ADDRESS:        HAWAII PREPARATORY ACADEMY                                 Aina Nalu
                GREAT DESTINATIONS GROUP                                   660 Wainee Street
                ATTN: STUDENT’S NAME                                       Lahaina, Maui, HI 96761
                P.O. Box 428 or 65-1692 Kohala Mountain Road               808 667-9766
                Kamuela, Hawaii 96743
                808 885-7321

If there are any further questions please direct them to the trip sponsor. For further information please write or
call:

        Great Destinations of Indiana, Inc.
        ATTN: Dennis & Renee O’Rourke
        627 S. Tillotson Ave.
        Muncie, IN 47304

        Phone: 1-765-284-6316 Business 1-765-284-6315 Fax
               1-765-282-6629 Home 1-800-338-1720 toll free (Nationwide)
                                       e-mail: greatdestination@aol.com
                                       www.greatdestinationstravel.com


HAPPY PLANNING AND ALOHA!
                             HAWAII MARINE SCIENCE SEMINAR
                                     PACKING LIST

Plastic Water Bottle (1 liter)
Plain light t-shirt for fish printing
Swimsuits (3)
Sunscreen (#30)
Beach Towels (2)
Toothbrush & Toothpaste
Sunglasses
Snorkel Equipment (Mask, Fins with Booties, and Snorkel) & Mesh Bag
Flashlight & 3 sets of Batteries
Shampoo & Soap
Bathroom Articles
Sunburn Spray and Aloe Lotion
Notebook with Pockets, Pens, & Pencils
Folder
Hair Dryer if needed
Camera with plenty of film or discs (memory)
Disposable Underwater Camera (1 or 2)
Disposable Panorama Camera (optional)
Money - $300 suggested ($200 in traveler's checks - $20 denomination)
Books and Magazines for Air Travel
Post Card Stamps, addresses, & e-mail contacts
Hair Bands
Alarm Clock
Favorite Snacks
Tennis Racquet (optional)
Playing Cards
Medical Records & Needs
Insurance Card & Info                 Clothes
Laundry Bag                           Shorts
Phone Card & Numbers                  Tops - T-Shirts
IPOD, MP3 player, PS2                 Jeans
Cell Phone                            Sweat Shirt
                                Jacket with Hood
                                Hat
                                Tennis or Hiking Shoes & Flip-Flops or sandals
                                Underwear
                                Dive skins
                                Sleepwear
                                Aqua Shoes (Rubber Soled Beach Shoes) – not necessary if
                                booties for fins are used
                          GREAT DESTINATIONS HAWAII GROUP
                       HAWAII MARINE SCIENCE SEMINAR ITINERARY

TUESDAY, 3 July 2012
2:13p      Arrive on US 45, Lei Greeting
3:15p      Transfer to Hapuna Beach
6:00p      Sunset Dinner.
7:00p      Orientation at Beach Pavilion
7:30p      Transfer to HPA for Check-in and Room Assignment
10:00p     Return to Rooms, Quiet Time!
11:00p     Lights Out!

WEDNESDAY, 4 July 2012
7:00a                 Breakfast
8:00a                 Book store open
8:15a                 Introductions & Class Groupings
8:30a - 9:15a Group A        Class #1        Dangerous Marine Organisms       Room #41
                      Group B        Class #31      Mariculture                          Room #42
9:20a - 10:05a Group B       Class #1        Dangerous Marine Organisms       Room #41
                      Group A        Class #31      Mariculture                          Room
#42
10:10a - 10:55a       Group A        Class #4       Snorkel Equipment               Swimming Pool
                      Group B        Class #4       Snorkel Equipment               Swimming Pool
11:00a - 11:45a       Group A        Class #9       Snorkel Familiarization              Swimming Pool
                      Group B        Class #9       Snorkel Familiarization              Swimming Pool
12:00n         Lunch
1:00p                 Depart for Hapuna Beach Cove
1:30p – 3:00p Lab #10, Snorkel Skills - Introduction to Marine Organisms
4:30p                 Depart for HPA
6:00p                 Dinner
7:30p                 Depart for Waikoloa Helipad
8:30p                 Fireworks
8:45p                 Return to HPA
9:00p – 10:00p        Gym, Tennis Courts, & Fitness Center open
10:00p         Return to Dorms - Quiet Time
11:00p         Lights Out

THURSDAY, 5 July 2012
7:00a          Breakfast.
8:00a                 Book store open.
8:30a - 9:15a Group A        Class #14     Fish Classification & External Anatomy   Room #41
                      Group B       Class #17     Sharks & Rays
        Room #42
9:20a - 10:05a Group B       Class #14     Fish Classification & External Anatomy   Room #41
                      Group A       Class #17     Sharks & Rays                                 Room #42
10:10a - 10:55a      Group A       Class #16     Fish Internal Anatomy & Physiology Room #41
                     Group B       Class #15     Fish Form & Function                     Room
#42
11:00a - 11:45a      Group B       Class #16     Fish Internal Anatomy & Physiology Room #41
                     Group A       Class #15     Fish Form & Function                     Room #42
12:00n        Lunch
1:00p                Depart for Lapakahi State Park
1:30p – 2:15 Lecture on Park History & Tour
2:15p – 3:45p Lab #3, Fish Identification

4:00p                 Depart for Pu’ukohola Heiau
                      Upon completion of tour, depart for Hapuna Beach
6:00p                 Sunset Dinner
7:30p                 Depart for HPA
8:00p - 10:00p Gym, Tennis Courts, & Fitness Center open
10:00p         Return to Dorms, Quiet Time!
11:00p         Lights Out!

FRIDAY, 6 July 2012
7:00a          Breakfast.
8:00a                 Book store open.
8:30a -9:15a Group A         Class #18     Plankton DSL (Deep Scattering Layer)     Room #41
                      Group B       Class #30     Fisheries
        Room #42
9:20a - 10:05a Group B       Class #18     Plankton DSL (Deep Scattering Layer)     Room #41
                      Group A       Class #30     Fisheries
        Room #42
10:10a - 10:55a       Group A       Class #32     Whaling
        Room #41                           Group B        Lab #15      Plankton Tow Analysis
                      Room #42
11:00a - 11:45a       Group B       Class #32     Whaling
        Room #41
                      Group A       Lab #15       Plankton Tow Analysis
        Room #42
12:00n                Lunch
1:00p          Depart for Puako
1:30p - 2:30p Lab #17, Fish Feeding Guilds
2:30p                 Depart for Hapuna Beach
5:15p                 Return to HPA.
6:00p                 Dinner
7:00p - 8:00p Hawaiiana – History Gates Performing Arts Center (GPAC)
8:00p - 10:00p Gym, Fitness Center, & Tennis Courts open.
10:00p                Return to Dorms, Quiet Time!
11:00p                Lights Out!

SATURDAY, 7 July 2012
7:00a          Breakfast.
8:30a - 9:15a Group A        Class #6       Chemical Oceanography             Room #41
                      Group B        Class #7     Physical Oceanography                   Room
#42
9:20a - 10:05a Group B       Class #6       Chemical Oceanography             Room #41
                      Group A        Class #7     Physical Oceanography                   Room
#42
10:10a - 10:55a       Group A        Class #8     Geology of the Hawaiian Islands   Room #41
                      Group B        Class #3     Tides and Tsunamis                Room #42
11:00a - 11:45a       Group B        Class #8     Geology of the Hawaiian Islands   Room #41
                      Group A        Class #3     Tides and Tsunamis                Room #42
12:00p                Lunch.
1:00p                 Depart for Kailua-Kona
1:45p - 2:15p Shopping
2:30p – 3:45p Field Trip #1, Atlantis Submarine Excursion
3:45p                 Shopping
5:00p                 Depart for HPA
6:00p                 Dinner
7:00p - 8:00p Hawaiiana – Myths & Legends         Gates Performing Arts Center (GPAC)
10:00p                Return to Dorms, Quiet Time!
11:00p                Lights Out!


SUNDAY, 8 July 2012
7:00a         Breakfast. PACK A SACK LUNCH
7:30a         Depart for field trip to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
              Waipio Valley Overlook.
              Visit Laupahoehoe Point.
              Hamakua Coast Sight-seeing
              Hike to Akaka Falls & Kahuna Falls.
              Visit Rainbow Falls - Hilo.
              King Kamehameha Statue
              Queen Liliuokalani Gardens – Banyon Drive
              Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Visitor Center - Video
              Hike across Kilauea caldera to Halemaumau fire pit.
              Hike Devastation Trail.
           Hike Thurston Lava Tube.
              If possible, Chain-o-craters Road to lava flow. Hike to lava flow.
9:00p         Depart for Hilo.
10:00p Dinner.
10:45p Depart for HPA.
11:45p Return to Rooms. Quiet Time! Lights Out!

MONDAY, 9 July 2012
6:45a                   Linen Exchange – Lavatory
7:00a            Breakfast.
8:00a                Book store open.
8:30a - 9:15         Group A       Class #20      Corals               Room #41
                            Group B        Class #21     Marine Reptiles           Room #42
9:20a - 10:05a       Group B       Class #20      Corals               Room #42
                            Group A        Class #21     Marine Reptiles           Room #41
10:10a - 10:55a             Group A        Class #22     Marine Birds        Room #41
                            Group B        Class #23     Marine Mammals            Room #42
11:00a - 11:45a             Group B        Class #22     Marine Birds        Room #41
                            Group A        Class #23     Marine Mammals            Room #42
12:00n               Lunch
12:45p               Depart for Waikoloa Hilton Hotel
1:00p                       Depart for Holoholokai Beach Park
                            Field Trip #12, Petroglyph Viewing
2:15p                       Depart for Waikoloa Hilton Hotel
2:45p                       Field Trip #2, Dolphin Quest
3:00p                       Depart for Hapuna Beach
5:30p                       Sunset Dinner
6:00p                       Hawaiiana - Lei Making in Beach Pavilion
7:30p                       Return to HPA.
8:00p - 10:00p       Gym, Fitness Center & Tennis Courts open.
10:00p                      Return to Dorms, Quiet Time!
11:00p                      Lights Out!

TUESDAY, 10 July 2012
7:00a                 Breakfast
8:00a                 Depart for Crystal Cove
8:30a - 10:00a Lab #4, Coral Zonation

                     Upon completion of lab, transfer to Hapuna Beach

11:30a        Depart for HPA
12:00n        Lunch
2:00p - 2:45p Group A       Class #24     Coral Reef Ecology                      Room #41
                     Group B       Class #27     Pelagic/Open Ocean Ecology             Room
#42
2:50p - 3:35p Group B       Class #24     Coral Reef Ecology                      Room #41
                     Group A       Class #27     Pelagic/Open Ocean Ecology             Room
#42
3:40p - 4:25p Group A       Class #27     Pelagic/Open Ocean Ecology              Room #41
                     Group B       Class #5      Estuarine & Coastal Marsh Communities Room
#42
4:30p - 5:15p Group B       Class #27     Pelagic/Open Ocean Ecology              Room #41
                     Group A       Class #5      Estuarine & Coastal Marsh Communities Room
#42
6:00p                Dinner
7:00p – 10:00p       Gym, Fitness Center, & Tennis Courts open
8:00p               Movie GPAC
10:00p              Return to Dorms, Quiet Time!
11:00p              Lights Out!

WEDNESDAY, 11 July 2012
7:00a                 Breakfast.
8:00a                 Depart for Hapuna Beach
8:30a – 10:00a Lab #7, Rocky Intertidal Transect
11:30a         Depart for HPA
12:00n         Lunch
2:00p – 2:45p Group A        Class #29      Marine Technology & Exploration           Room #41
                      Group B        Class #2     Waves and Beaches                         Room #42
2:50p – 3:35p Group B        Class #29      Marine Technology & Exploration           Room #41
                      Group A        Class #2     Waves and Beaches                         Room #42
3:40p – 4:25p Group A        Class #33      Marine Pollution                                Room #41
                      Group B        Class #34    Deep Sea Hydrothermal Vents               Room #42
4:30p – 5:15p Group B        Class #33      Marine Polution                                 Room #41
6:00p                 Dinner
7:00p – 8:00p Hawaiiana – Hula       Group A      GPAC Lobby
8:00p – 9:00p Hawaiiana – Hula       Group B      GPAC Lobby
8:00p - 10:00p Gym, Tennis Courts, and Fitness Center open.
10:00p         Return to Dorms, Quiet Time!
11:00p         Lights Out!

THURSDAY, 12 July 2012
7:00a                Breakfast
8:00a         Book store open.
8:15a - 9:00a Group A       Class #10     Sponges & Cnidarians     Room #41
                     Group B       Class #11    Echinoderms & Annelids   Room #42

9:05a – 9:50a Group B        Class #10      Sponges & Cnidarians     Room #41
                      Group A        Class #11    Echinoderms & Annelids   Room #42
9:55a - 10:40a Group A       Class #12      Mollusks                       Room #41
                      Group B        Class #13    Arthropods                     Room #42
10:45a - 11:30a       Group B        Class #12    Mollusks                       Room #41
                      Group A        Class #13    Arthropods                     Room #42
11:45a         Lunch
12:15p         Depart for Mo’okini Heiau
1:00p                 Presentation and Tour of Mo’okini Heiau

3:00p               Depart for King Kamehameha statue at Kapa'au
3:45p               Depart for Pololu Valley
                    Lab #9, Waves and Beaches
5:15p               Depart Base of Valley for Hapuna Beach
6:30p               Sunset Dinner
7:30p               Depart for Puako
                      Lab #6, Intertidal Marine Invertebrate Identification.
9:30p                 Return to HPA.
10:00p         Return to Rooms, Quiet Time!
11:00p         Lights out!

FRIDAY, 13 July 2012
7:00a              Breakfast
8:00a       Depart for Puako, Lab #5 Intertidal Marine Invertebrate Identification.
                   Bring plankton net for tow

                      Upon completion of lab, snorkeling.
                      Upon completion of snorkeling, visit turtle cleaning station.
11:30a         Depart for HPA
12:00n         Lunch
1:30p - 2:15p Group A         Class #25     Tide Pool Ecology                         Room #41
                      Group B        Class #19     Marine Plants – Seaweeds                 Room
#42
2:20p - 3:05p Group B         Class #25     Tide Pool Ecology                         Room #41
                      Group A        Class #19     Marine Plants – Seaweeds                 Room
#42
3:10p - 4:10p Group A         Class #28     Sandy Beaches                                  Room
#41
                      Group B        Class #35     Gyotaku
        Room #42
4:15p - 5:15p Group B         Class #28     Sandy Beaches                                  Room
#41
                      Group A        Class #35     Gyotaku
        Room #42
6:00p                 Dinner
7:00p - 10:00p Study for Final Examination.
10:00p         Return to Dorms, Quiet Time!
11:00p                Lights Out!

SATURDAY, 14 July 2012
7:00a         Breakfast.
8:30a - 9:45a Review for Final Examination. (Dining Room)
10:00a        Final Examination. (Dining Room)
11:45a               Lunch.
12:30p        Depart for Kona
2:00p                Snorkeling Cruise. Snack on Board
5:00p                Depart for HPA
6:00p                Pizza in Dorm
6:30p                Depart for Onizuka Visitor Center – Mauna Kea: Star Gazing
10:00p               Return to rooms, Quiet Time!
11:00p               Lights Out!
SUNDAY, 15 July 2012
7:00a      Breakfast. PACK A SACK LUNCH!
8:00a      Depart for Pu’uhonua o Honaunau (Place of Refuge)
           Crack Macadamia Nuts
           Visit Napo’opo’o at Kealakekua Bay
           Visit Kona Coffee Mill
1:30p      Depart for Kailua, Kona - Shopping
 5:30p     Meet in Lobby of Hotel King Kamehameha - LUAU
8:30p      Return to HPA
10:00p     Return to Rooms, Quiet Time!
11:00p     Lights Out!

MONDAY, 16 July 2012
6:45a Turn in linens.
7:00a Breakfast
7:45a      Clean & sweep rooms, dorm halls, & dorm lobbies. Empty trash cans. Fold blankets, put
           them at foot of bed, and place pillows on top. Make sure restrooms are free of trash. Pack
           and place luggage and personal belongings outside on deck next to parking lot.
9:30a         Report to rooms for inspection and check out. Turn in key or $25.00.
10:00a Presentation of Course Completion Certificates in Dining Room.
10:30a Load luggage. Be sure that all luggage to be checked has name tags!
11:00a Lunch
11:30a     Depart HPA. Upon arrival at Keahole Airport, unload truck, get boarding pass and check
           luggage, then report to gate according to instructions from Hawaiian Air Check-in agent.

				
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