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The Seasider athletic tradition continues at LCPCS! Our Seasiders compete in the Big Island Interscholastic Federation (BIIF). Our goal is to develop student athletes who are successful in life, school and on the court. Every Seasider is known, valued and loved. Interested Seasider student athletes, coaches, or volunteers, please contact the athletic coordinator. Forms for Student-Athletes Please click on the links below to download the forms you need to participate in sports at LCPCS or request required forms from Athletic Coordinator. Athletic Participation Acknowledgement Form Physical Examination for Athletes Form Student Participation and Parent Consent Form Student Travel Form

SY 2022-2023 Sports include:

Air Riflery Wrestling Tennis
Cross Country Swimming Track


Please contact Athletic Coordinator, Wallace Wong, for more information. Email: wallace.wong@lcpcs.org Cell: (808) 987-3841

Middle School Programs Offered:

Air Riflery
Cross Country


Students need to maintain a 2.0 GPA and attend daily academic enrichment sessions. 

What does REACH stand for?

Resources for Enrichment, Academics/Athletics, Culture and Health

What is REACH?

An initiative of the Office of Lieutenant Governor working in collaboration with the Hawaii Department of Education (HIDOE), REACH supports out-of-school (before, afterschool, weekends, intersessions and summer, if applicable) activities for midddle and intermediate school students to keep on track toward high school graduation. Using a community-based approach, the initiative encourages partnerships with schools, parents, and the private sectors, outside of regular instructional hours, to provide engaging activities focused on academic enrichment, athletics, culture and health.

The Goal

This initiative seeks to help reverse the high school dropout crisis by stopping disconnection where it takes hold – in the middle and intermediate school years. It provides participating students in the Hawaii Department of Education public middle and intermediate schools, the opportunity to participate in out-of-school time activities and improve outcomes in attendance, behavior, course work, and grades.

The Mission

To support public middle and intermediate school students by providing opportunities in the out-of-school hours to engage in student-interest activities in the areas of academic enrichment, athletics, culture and health to stay on track toward high school graduation.

2021-2022 REACH

REACH is one of Hawaiʻi’s Out-of-School Time Programs administered under the leadership of the DOE Community Engagement Branch (CEB). CEB is looking for qualified applicants to provide out-of-school-time activities and services in safe, structured learning environments that address the unique needs of students in their school community while also striving to support Hawaiʻi’s Out-of-School Time Program Objectives.

Hawaiʻi’s Out-of-School Time Program Objectives

The CEB aims to support programs that address the following objectives (from HCR 137, 2016):

Provides regular opportunities for students to focus on academics (e.g., an hour of tutoring, time for homework) alongside other enrichment activities;

May incorporate intramural athletics as an option, focusing on participation, inclusiveness, and team building;

Implements a method of collecting student feedback so activities offered are driven by student interest and incorporate student needs;

Integrate school, complex (area), state priorities and goals, and develop active participation from school leadership (e.g., for students to participate in sports they must attend school and maintain 2.0 GPA);

Systematically encourages strong parent, family, community engagement with school stakeholders & students; and

Follows the Hawaiʻi Afterschool Alliance Quality Guidelines for Out-of-School Time programming (http://www.hawaiiafterschoolalliance.org/quality-afterschool-guidelines.html).

August 4, 2021
Dear Parents and Guardians,
The Hawai‘i State Department of Education (HIDOE) has developed new safety protocols for student-athletes and coaches to participate in fall sports for the 2021-22 school year. You are receiving this letter because your child is involved with athletics at school.
We opened the new school year this week with in-person learning and our highest priority is to ensure all students, including your child, can continue to attend school safely.
Effective Sept. 24, 2021, all HIDOE student-athletes, athletic staff and volunteers participating in school-sanctioned athletic activities will need to be fully vaccinated. Full vaccination is defined as two weeks after a second dose in a two-dose series or two weeks after a single-dose vaccine.
In the meantime, due to the state's high positivity rate, the Department is delaying the start of the fall athletic season until Sept. 24 to allow for anyone unvaccinated or not yet fully vaccinated to get inoculated.
This decision was not made lightly because we know the important role athletics play in a well- rounded education, but we cannot jeopardize the health and safety of our students and communities. The alternative is canceling the season outright, which we do not want to have to do. We are implementing this layered plan that prioritizes vaccinations as the best way to protect against and reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19.
Students and staff who get an initial COVID vaccine dose by Aug. 20 can be fully vaccinated by the Sept. 24 deadline. Any individual who is not fully vaccinated by this date will not be allowed to participate in athletics.
Timeline scenario for the Pfizer vaccine, which has emergency use authorization for adolescents 12 and older and requires two shots 21 days apart. (The Moderna vaccine is recommended for people aged 18 years and older, and requires two shots 28 days apart.)

Parents and Guardians August 4, 2021
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By Aug. 20, 2021, proof of full vaccination or administration of the first and/or second vaccination dose must be submitted to your child’s principal to initially qualify to participate in school-sanctioned athletic activities.
By Sept. 24, 2021, proof of full vaccination must be submitted to your child’s principal prior to participation in school-sanctioned athletic activities.
Vaccination cards will be scanned by the school and a copy will be kept with other required documents and submitted to the school health assistant for input into the student’s health records. Copies of vaccination cards shall be treated as confidential health information.
Students and adults may seek exemption from COVID-19 vaccination requirements for religious or medical reasons, with the appropriate documentation. Medical exemptions(🔗bit.ly/3imCg8E) must be verified in writing by a licensed physician. If an exemption is granted, the individual will be allowed to participate in athletics but will be required to submit to twice-weekly COVID-19 tests.
Thank you for your continued support and cooperation.

Keith T. Hayashi
Interim Superintendent

Sports Announcement


Fall Sports - Air Riflery, Cross Country, Girls Volleyball and E-Sports. 
Winter Sports  -  Basketball, Canoe Paddling, Swimming and Wrestling. 
Spring Sports  - Boys Volleyball, Golf, Tennis and Track 

If so, please complete a mandatory athletic physical examination and the HCAMP concussion awareness program before the start of our 2021-2022 school year in August. 

The Bay Clinic will be assisting us with athletic physicals on Monday, July 19, 2021, from 8am-2pm at our Laupāhoehoe Community Public Charter School on a first come, first served basis. 

You may access the physical examination form thru this link or you can pick one up at the school office http://www.lcpcs.org/UserFiles/Servers/Server_734446/File/Athletics/Hawaii%20State%20Physical%20Examination%20for%20Athletes.pdf

Please have your section completed by July 15, 2021 and turned into the office. 

Click here for the HCAMP online training https://hcamp.info/brainspace?role=210


If you have any questions, please contact the
school office at 962-2200 or Coach Wally at 

LCPCS Athletics

Mahalo to our following sponsors for supporting LCPCS Athletics!

Shawn Hamada

Nancy Cabral - Day Lum Properties

Walter's Electric

Hilo Rotary Club Foundation

Nicolette CB Hubbard