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Week #1 of virtual learning almost in the history books as Friday is fast approaching! Here’s a Flashback to August…Teamwork is our focus as we work together to “BE PONO, BE ALOHA, BE ALAKA’I!” We learn about 5th grade requirements, … Continue reading
We worked hard all week long, we began our Friday by infusing some F-U-N into our morning meeting! The haumāna learned how to play “Greedy Piggie.” There’s more to this fun game than meets the eye…the learning went deeper! Math, … Continue reading
As the trimester quickly comes to an end, the FISH! Continue to READ! Meet the newest millionaires (who read a million words this year) and genre gold members (who have met the 9 genre trimester goal)! Great job of keeping … Continue reading
Ka’u I’a…Here’s a photo to “tide you over” until a full post of Makawalu 2018 is created! Job Well Done Papa Alaka’i! See ya tomorrow! Don’t forget…keep on reading! 9 genres due soon!
#OTOD…One Team, One Dream! Beginning on the first day of school, as 5th graders, we spoke of the importance of teamwork…What is a team? What makes a good team? What does each member contribute? Who leads? Who follows? When? Does … Continue reading
Hoʻomaikaʻi to Kerilyn for attaining academic excellence by earning the Principalʻs Award! Hear her share her manaʻo on how she did it! http:// Untitled from 5BFish on Vimeo. Congrats to the girls, Kerilyn and Mia for staying germ free and … Continue reading
Itʻs Aloha Friday! The FISH! Were off and Swimming Strong….What a way to end the week! The day began with Kyler being BUSTED! A couple of weeks ago, the FISH! were doing an inquiry project on the false missile alert. … Continue reading
HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY! So much to do, so little time in the day… Congrats to our 5B “FIN”alists Kerilyn and Kūhaʻo for representing our class well bright and early this morning at our Lamakū Speech Festival! Kerilyn shared that it … Continue reading
A huge catch of FISH! Today! Our day began with Reese and Kamaka putting teamwork into action. They were alakaʻi to lead our morning meeting sharing and when Reese started a sentence and got stuck, he looked over to Kamaka … Continue reading