The presale for the McKinley 150th Book is ongoing. Presale price is $20.
The first half of the book will be about the school (its history, traditions, and the 150th year events) and the other half will be recipes collected from alumni, faculty, and staff.
If you would like to place an order, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, address, phone number, and email address.
You can send your check (Made payable to McKinley High School) to:
McKinley High School
Attention: Jennifer Agena
1039 South King Street Honolulu, Hawaii 96814
Or if you would like to pay by cash, you can drop it off in an envelope to the school office, Attention Jennifer Agena. Please also put your contact information in with the payment.
You will be contacted once your payment is received.
The book is estimated to be published in later 2017. Pickup will be at the school library, but the book can be shipped for $13/book. Please put a note with your payment if you want the book shipped.
McKinley High School's student newspaper now offers online advertisements. If alumni would like to advertise their business and support scholastic journalism at the same time, check out the details at http://mhspinion.com/about/.
The first Pinion was published in 1920. That means that in October of 2020, The Pinion will be 100 years old. A great way to celebrate this milestone would be to digitize the archives.
It will be a big task. The bound books will need to be unbound, the pages scanned, then the books rebound. The older the issues, the more fragile and, in some cases, damaged, is the paper.
If you would like to help, please contact Cindy Reves, Pinion adviser, at email@example.com. You can help in many ways. You can provide advice on how best to tackle this task. You could help by providing the equipment and/or workers. You could help by providing money for The Pinion to hire the job out.
Journalism is called the first rough draft of history. For The Pinion's 100th birthday, let's preserve that draft for posterity.
501(c)(3) Tax Deductible Donations!!!
It's finally here!! Tiger Resources, Inc., a duly recognized and authorized IRS 501(c)(3) non-profit, is authorized to receive donations, gifts, transfers, devises and bequests and undertake McKinley Alumni Association sponsored fundraising events. All funds will go to benefit President William McKinley High School events, programs, sports and projects.
Please make out all tax deductible donations payable to “Tiger Resources, Inc.” and please specify, if any, which event, program, sport and project you wish the money to go to. (Note: Those who don’t want or don’t need the tax deduction can continue to make checks payable to McKinley Alumni Association.)
A donation form can be found on the Donations page.
Snail Mailing Alumni Pinion Items
Effective immediately, if mailing in reunion news, articles, photos, etc. for the Alumni Pinion, please mail it to the school address:
McKinley Alumni Association
c/o 1039 South King Street
Honolulu, HI 96814
If emailing items, continue to send it to .
Alumni e-Pinion Available
To help us cut costs in printing and postage, we're making the Alumni Pinion available to Alumni Association members via email. But more importantly, the money used towards printing and postage is money that could be used towards more support of school programs (Robotics, JROTC, etc.) and student scholarships. In addition to helping us reduce expenses, an added benefit to you would be the instant gratification of receiving the Alumni Pinion via email instead of waiting for it via "snail mail." You will also get to view most of the pictures in color, whereas the pictures are black and white in print.
Subscribe to the e-Pinion now! (Reminder: You need to be a member of the Alumni Association to receive the Alumni Pinion - paper or electronic.)
The e-Pinion is sent as a PDF file which can be viewed using the free Adobe Reader.
Organizing Your First Reunion
You're getting old(er) and suddenly realize your first reunion is coming up (whether 5th, 10th, etc.). What the heck do you do now? Read on...