E ko Kamehameha Hawaiʻi ma ke kula waena nei… A-LO-HA!
O ka lā ʻumikūmāono kēia o Kekemapa
He Pōʻakahi kēia
He lā ʻekolu
Today is Monday, December 16, Day 3
Lunch Today: Spaghetti with Meat Sauce
Kāinoa ma CRBLC & The Zone
The library lunch recess sign up link is HERE. Sign up closes at 10:40 am. You must sign up every day to attend. A few snacks from The Zone will be on sale for those who come to CRBLC. Aloha Kalikimaka!
Poʻakahi’s Borrow Me! Pauahi Puke
Pauahi: The Kamehameha Legacy by George Huʻeu Sanford Kanahele – “With extensive research, Dr. George Hu’eu Sanford Kanahele presents the life of Princess Pauahi amid the social and cultural upheaval of 19th century Hawaii. Last of the royal Kamehameha line and great-granddaughter of Kamehameha I, at the close of her life Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop dedicated her estate to what would become the Kamehameha Schools.
Pauahi: The Kamehameha Legacy is a must for all who seek to understand the vast social, economic, and political impact Pauahi has had and will continue to have on Hawaii and its people.” (Amazon.com)
CRBLC Showing of the Week in Celebration of Founder’s Day– Nā ʻĀina Hoʻoilina o Kamehameha: Kamehameha Schools’ Historic Land Lineage – “Details the genealogy of the Kamehameha family since the warrior chief Kamehameha I conquered and united the islands. Tied to this is the story of the acquisition of the family’s lands, their transmission within the family, and their subsequent consolidation into the Bishop Estate by Bernice Pauahi Bishop, great-granddaughter of Kamehameha I. Viewers come to know that the purpose of the landed estate is to support the Kamehameha Schools, and that they are stewards of this critical resource, now and for centuries to come. The estate and the Schools formerly carried separate names; today both are known collectively as the Kamehameha Schools.”(Follett Destiny)
CRBLC Make-and-Take Christmas Corner Bookmarks – Create a bookmark for your favorite book or friend. It’s the perfect, handmade gift for sharing Christmas joy!
Chapel on Tuesday, 12/17 – wear Special Events attire – white uniform polos, boys in long uniform pants and girls in uniform skirts.
Founderʻs Day – Thursday, 12/19 – wear Special Events attire – white uniform polos, boys in long uniform pants and girls in uniform skirts.
Early Release at 11:30
I lā maikaʻi!