Hawaiians have a saying, ʻAʻohe hana nui ke alu ʻia, which means “no task is too great when we all work together.” And the result of working together is a great end product. This is the case with our math night, held Wednesday evening at Hāʻaeamahi Dining Hall. We had over 250 ʻohana members participate in the evening activities.
A big mahalo to Mrs. Elaine Hara, our math resource teacher, Kumu Marcie Saquing, our parent coordinator, and all of the faculty and staff members of the kula haʻahaʻa. Mahalo to all the support people out there, our dining hall staff, grounds crew, custodians. It is amazing how everyone came together for the keiki. Everyone played an important part in making the Math Night a great success. Mahalo nui to the choir for a beautiful performance. And a special mahalo to all the ʻohana who came to “Math Night”.
Music by Brother Noland & Tony Conjugacion “Great Hawaiian Man” on the album Kū 2