‘Class Issues’ Category
Aloha and Welcome to our Blog!
We know that good communication between school and home is vital to the success of each student so, please feel free to e-mail us with your questions, comments, or concerns by clicking on the convenient “comments” link right underneath this message.
The students enjoy being haumāna here at Kamehameha and as we learn and grow together we know we will be able to…
“Ho`olale i ka`ai a ka u`i!”
Show what youth can do!
Imua e nā pua a Pauahi!
Mahalo nui for visiting,
Andrew Chung (Papa Piko, Pilikanaka)
Melissa Parker (Papa ʻElepaio, Mākau ‘ōlelo Pelekane)
Judy Cramer (Papa Lauloa, Makemakika)
This year in Papa Pilikanaka, we will be examining many current issues. Homelessness is an issue that seems to be an ongoing topic in the local news.
How do you feel about homelessness in Hawaiʻi?
What do you think are the causes of homelessness?
What can we do about homelessness?
It was a sincere pleasure meeting all of you at Open House. Your concern and love for your child touched our hearts and reinforces our desire to do the best for the students. We look forward to a fun year of learning.
In an effort to improve our Open House, we would appreciate your valuable feedback on the experience. (Don’t worry, you will not be graded). This survey is confidential. Click on the above picture of the schoolhouse to go to survey.
In addition, if you would like to share comments about anything concerning school with our learning community, you can blog on this website. If you don’t know how to do this, ask your child.
A big part of 6th grade social studies is examining ancient cultures and civilizations. According to the dictionary ancient means: