Mahalo nui loa to Kerry Kamisato for these beautiful pictures from the Princess Ball that was held last week at Nani Mau Gardens. They keiki look so awesome!
Papa ‘Ekolu’s annual Princess’s Ball was held on October 24, 2014 at Nani Mau Gardens. This event was held to celebrate the life and legacy of our beloved founder, Ke Ali’i Bernice Pauahi Bishop. Prior to attending this ball, Third Grade students researched Pauahi’s family roots, education, travels and more by reading books and watching videos about her. The Princess’s Ball provided the students with an opportunity to partake in many of the things that Pauahi enjoyed doing, such as appreciating the beauty of flowers in a garden, dining on fine foods, conversing with others, and of course, dancing. It was a joyful celebration to show our gratitude to an extraordinary woman with a generous heart. Mahalo Ke Ali’i Pauahi!
Last week students created their very own blogs using their Google accounts and an app called Blogsy. Now the students will be able to share their daily thoughts, activities, learning and more with you and the world. If your keiki is in 3B, ask them to show with you their website address and feel free to comment back to them on one of their posts. Learning has never been more engaging and fun!