KSH High School Makahiki

Mahalo to senior Sierra and all the others who made our Wednesday informative, active and fun!  Your keiki experienced four different learning stations in the morning.  We connected to kalo and its symbolic relationship to our ‘Ohana. We identified some Hawaiian fish through a fishing activity and were treated to poke and rice!  We made dirt cups, learning about aloha ‘āina and caring for our earth. Lastly we learned about the origin of the Hawaiian flag and did a coloring activity.  We had Ono Hawaiian food for lunch participated in makahiki games with our high school brothers and sisters.

I was amazed again with the caring focus and attention we received from the older students.

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