November 10, 2021
Aloha to all the Junior Bow Extended Family,
Thank you for being a part of our unique ‘Ohana and for the unwavering support that you provide to the University Laboratory School. A new academic year is well underway and the students continue to inspire. The class of 2021 celebrated with a limited in-person virtual graduation ceremony and the 2021-2022 school year kicked off with ALL students returning to campus full-time. Despite the on-going pandemic, the students continue to persevere and strive for excellence!
The support of alumni, parents, and friends like you allowed ULS to remain focused on the work at hand– providing the best possible education to its students. ULS hopes future funding can help improve the student experience with continued technology updates, a new playground for the elementary school, and outdoor learning spaces for students.
ULS gave us the gift of wonderful experiences, memories, and lifetime friendships. The current students have endured hardships and disappointments that are unimaginable and heartbreaking. With your donation, you make it possible for the current and future Junior Bows to receive a great education and have the resources to make the best during difficult times.
To contribute toward the continued success of ULS and the students, we are asking for your support. Any donation is a welcome donation. Here are the ways to give to ULS today:
Online: Go to our website at www.ulsfoundation.org/give
– Mail: Send your donation checks to P.O. Box 11208, Honolulu, HI 96828
– Drop-off: Bring your donation to the ULS School Office
On behalf of the students and staff of the University Laboratory School, the ULS Foundation thanks you from the bottom of our hearts. Mahalo for your generosity!
ULS is committed to creating an environment to enhance learning and has continued to do so despite the challenges of a pandemic. We as a community continue to face many challenges, but we are all healing and hopeful for the future. We are extremely thankful for your giving spirit and support of the University Laboratory School.
Mahalo nui loa,
Romeo Gampong, ‘90