We gathered together this past Wednesday to celebrate and hope for a future filled with peace.
I AM SO GLAD THAT YOU HAVE DECIDED TO BECOME ONE OF THE KEIKI CHOIR ‘OHANA, IT IS GOING TO BE A GREAT YEAR!!!!
The pictures taken by our wonderful photographer Robbyn Peck are now available for viewing by clicking the on link below. If you would like to borrow the jump-drive and have prints made please let me know, I would be happy to let you borrow it.
The video of our 2016 Spring Concert is now online. Feel free to share the BLOG link with your family and friends on the mainland or other islands. Mr. Shehata from the High School and his wonderful helpers taped it for us this year and put it on the labeled it as a Middle School project, but donʻt let that confuse anyone—itʻs all us. I hope you enjoy it it.
The 2015 Christmas Concert Photos are all here. Please feel free to share the link with your friends and family so that they may enjoy them as well. If you see a picture that you would like to print up please let me know and I will be happy to loan you the jump drive so that you can take it to one of the photo machines and print up some copies.
click on link below to connect to photo gallery:
This link will also be permanently saved on the right side of the BLOG.
Let’s practice the beautiful Pinwheels for Peace song. Click here and it will take you to the video. Sing pretty!
Here is the video to watch our adorable keiki sing their hearts out!
OUR SPRING CONCERT PICTURES ARE HERE.Please go to the BLOG ROLL on the right side of the BLOG and click on the link that says Spring Concert 2015 Photos. There you will see nearly 500 darling photos of your children and some of you too! If you want to make prints of any of them please let me know. I will let you borrow the Data Stick so you can take it to a photo machine and make some quality prints. The pictures seen here are sized for the web so may not print as high quality as you might like. Many thanks to Robbyn Peck for once again doing a stupendous job of capturing our little ones expressions on and off the stage!
The annual dance with your child music class was held recently and proved to be just be as much fun as always. The 5th graders were wonderful teachers as they patiently taught their moms, dads, aunties and uncles the steps to the swing. We even had some dads that taught US a few steps, way to go!
The following videos are fun song parodies by Jeanette Young of two popular songs ( one by Taylor Swift and the other by Meghan Trainor). Both will help you remember the names of the lines and spaces on the staff. I hope you like them!