Community Briefs – August 1, 2019


Temporary office hours at KHS

Kagman High School has temporarily modified its office hours due to a power disruption on the campus that began on July 23. The repair process will bring the campus back to power as soon as Aug. 6. Until then, the office will be open from 7:30am to 3:30pm, Monday to Friday (excluding austerity Friday).  

The public is being encouraged to plan for two to three days to process all requests that require printed documents, such as the enrollment verification, official transcript, and withdrawals.  

As soon as the power is restored to campus, Kagman High School will resume normal government hours of operation from 7:30am to 4:30pm. (PR)

SCC, ITS to host business seminar

The Saipan Chamber of Commerce and Island Training Solutions will be holding seminar on Sept. 10, titled Jeffrey Gitomer’s Little Gold Book of YES! Attitude, from 8am to 4pm at the Latte Stone Room of Kanoa Resort Saipan.

Participants will receive the bestselling Yes! Attitude book by Jeffrey Gitomer and other training materials (total value of $125 in materials to take home). Breakfast refreshments, lunch, and afternoon refreshments are included.

The fee is $299.99 for Chamber members, and $349.99 for non-members. Sign up before Aug. 7 and receive $50 off per participant.

To register or for more information, contact Noelani McMahon at (670) 234-7150 or email (PR)

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