She aspires to earn her associates degree before her high school diploma, and to hopefully attend Sonoma State in California. She hope to bring nothing but her best to serving Phi Theta Kappa throughout her term as an officer.
Extra Curricular Activities:
- PTK officer
- Aloha ambassador
- Academy ambassador
Taylor Rose Moananu, daughter of two hard working and loving parent, is the Vice President of Communications (secretary) of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. She strives to do herbest to serve the honor society by publicizing all major events the honor society takes part in, keeping track of attendance, and reminding all members to attend meetings and service projects. She is very independent and reliable worker. She values hard work and dedication, as she believes that having both of these qualities could get someone farther than ever imagined. She is an active early college student who has taken several classes. Including PUBA 104, Hist 151, Anthropology 152, Music 107, Speech 151, English 100, and Health 123.
Theme 7: Powers of Connection
Transforming poverty to prosperity by facilitating communications with PTK, NHS, NJHS and NEHS lower-income, under-represented, first-generation college goers in the Waipahu Complex (e.g., August Ahrens, Honowai, Kalei'opu'u, Waikele, Waipahu Elementary Schools and Waipahu Intermediate School), which further helps to build enduring friendships, inspire life-long high achievement and heighten motivation to become Early College High School students and join Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society.
Power of Connection Goals and Qualitative / Quantitative Measures of Success:
Success Metrics #1: