Aloha Mai Kakoū- This month our Kula has been teaching the keiki about Aloha Pumehana, or empathy. By definition empathy means “the ability to understand and share the feelings of another.” As I contemplate how to teach my students to … Continue reading
The last few weeks of the 2nd trimester is upon us. Time surely does fly by when you are having fun! Take a look at the calendar of events left in this trimester. January 25th: K-8 Charles Reed Bishop Convocation … Continue reading
When: Wednesday, December 13, 2017 Time: 8:30-10:30 What:Go shopping for the needs of the 3 families we adopted this Christmas season Purpose: To put into practice the Hawaiian values of: kahiau, mālama and aloha. Students are also learning how to … Continue reading
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December is upon us and that means candy canes, Christmas trees/lights, shopping, wrapping presents, food, family, giving to those in need and of course celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ! We are in the midst of our Holiday Service Learning … Continue reading
Today a handful of our Papa ‘Ekolu keiki shared their ‘Aha ‘Ōpio speeches with the rest of their Kula Ha’aha’a peers. We are so proud of each of them for the courage and bravery they showed throughout the entire campaign … Continue reading
This past Wednesday we attended our first Kula Ha’aha’a Ekalesia as third graders. Kumu Shonnie shared with us our message for the year, which is, “E Kūpa’a No Nā Kau A Kau.” This means to stand firm in all seasons. … Continue reading
Last week was filled with lots of fun, pilina building, learning and what else? Challenges of course! Students of 3A participated in a Paper Clip Challenge. The task? Work with a friend to create a 10 piece paper clip chain. … Continue reading
Mahalo nui to the families of Pāliku Naeole-Wong, Micah Kailiawa, Mafatu Frederick and Olivia Kinoshita for joining us at our Hāweo luncheon yesterday! It was a pleasure being able to honor all of your ʻohana. We appreciate each and every … Continue reading
Mahalo to the families of Elle & Mia Ayat, Eva-Pearl Sasaki, Bethany Schoen and Taliya Nishida for joining us for lunch yesterday! It was an honor to have you with us!
Mahalo nui loa to the Nishida ʻOhana for joining us in Kumu Silva’s class last week and teaching our haumana how to weave fish out of lauhala! Learning from each other is what it is all about! Nānā i ke … Continue reading
This month we honor Madisyn Meyer, Aubrey Kajikawa, Kiralee Naleimaile and their families. Mahalo for joining us and spending part of your day celebrating your ʻohana! We appreciate each of you and all the work and love you put into … Continue reading