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  • Showtimes | Kamehameha Schools
    PM Sun November 15 22 at 2 00 PM Location Kamehameha Schools Ke elik lani Auditorium Details A local retelling of the famous story where a princess must pass a most unusual test to marry the prince of her dreams General Admission 10 Students 5 Past performances Event In The Heights Date Time Fri March 6 13 at 7 00 PM Sat March 7 14 at 7 00 PM Sun March 8 15 at 2 00 PM Location Kamehameha Schools Ke elikolani Auditorium Details Get into the beat with the Kamehameha Schools high school drama group as they tell you the universal story of a dynamic community in New York s Washington Heights Event Song Contest Date Time Fri March 20 at 7 30 PM Location Blaisdell Arena 777 Ward Ave Honolulu HI 96814 Details Kamehameha Schools Kapālama will be continuing the long standing tradition of vocal competition between all four high school grade levels Who will win this year s Song Contest Watch the Song Contest LIVE broadcast on KGMB channel 9 to find out Event Kamehameha Dance Company Concert Date Time Fri May 1 8 at 7 00 PM Sat May 2 9 at 2 00 PM 7 00 PM Sun May 3 10 at 2 00 PM Location Kapālama Campus Ke elikolani Auditorium 210 Konia Circle Honolulu Hawai i 96817 Details Kamehameha Dance Company will get you moving to the beat at their annual Spring concert Different types of dance different types of music and all kinds of fun Event Performing Arts Showcase choral ukulele guitar and orchestra Date Time Tues May 12 at 3 30 PM Location Kapālama Campus Ke elikolani Auditorium 210 Konia Circle Honolulu Hawai i 96817 Details Didn t get enough of the amazing variety from Christmas Concert Join our choral ukulele and

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  • KS alum delivers Harry Potter-inspired commencement address at UHWO | Kamehameha Schools
    encouraged her classmates to always find the light a sentiment once shared by Hogwarts Headmaster Albus Dumbledor UHWO Chancellor Rockne Freitas a fellow KS alumnus congratulates Pagud for earning her bachelor s degree in humanities Pagud puts a cap on her undergraduate career with a line from Harry Potter Marissa Pagud a 2005 graduate of Kamehameha Schools Kapālama recently delivered a speech on behalf of her classmates at the University of Hawai i West O ahu s fall 2015 commencement Inspired by J K Rowling s Harry Potter series Pagud frequently quoted Hogwarts Headmaster Albus Dumbledore one of her favorite characters Dumbledore once said Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times if one only remembers to turn on the light Pagud challenged her classmates to always find the light as a way to find happiness a philosophy that has helped her overcome obstacles to achieve her academic goals A single working mother who is dedicated to learning and teaching Pagud endured through challenges and persevered until she ultimately achieved post secondary success Pagud began her college career at Leeward Community College in the fall of 2005 In her commencement speech she acknowledges changing her major often After rediscovering a love of literature thanks to one of her UH West O ahu teachers Pagud pursued a degree in arts and humanities with a concentration in English An outspoken advocate for the rights of the LGBTQ community and committed to Native Hawaiian culture based learning her senior project used a Hawaiian culture based lens to discuss the struggles faced by LGBTQ youth in our local community Pagud attributes her success to the support and love of her son Kama and family Make good choices carry the aloha spirit with you always treasure every moment you have and always find

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  • Speaker series will highlight family planning | Kamehameha Schools
    i Department of OB GYN a position she s held since 2012 The event will also feature findings from the Children s Healthy Living program Huliko a Kaiāulu Scholar Speaker Event WHO Researchers Dr Reni Soon and Dr Jennifer Elia will be sharing their medical research on understanding pregnancy intention WHEN Tuesday Jan 19 5 30 8 00 p m WHERE Kamehameha Schools Community Learning Center at Māʻili 87 790 Kulauku St RSVP A free simple dinner will be served and childcare will be provided Please email kapua ksbe edu or call 670 2045 to RSVP or for more information The Huliko a Kaiāulu Scholar Speaker Series event will return in January with a special presentation from Dr Reni Soon MD MPH and Dr Jennifer Elia DrPH The event takes place on Tuesday January 19 at the Community Learning Center at Mā ili CLC M and is free and open to the public Soon and Elia will present Understanding pregnancy intention and contraceptive decision making among Native Hawaiians This project explored how Hawaiians feel about and think about pregnancy and pregnancy planning Completed in partnership with Wai anae Coast Comprehensive Health Center the project included 10 interviews with key informants from the Hawaiian community eight focus groups with Hawaiian men and women of diverse ages and 40 interviews with Hawaiian women of childbearing age Soon earned her advanced degrees from Stanford University and John A Burns School of Medicine and is currently on the faculty of the University of Hawai i Department of OB GYN Since 2005 she has provided women s health services at the Wai anae Coast Comprehensive Health Center Elia earned degrees from Yale University and the University of Hawai i at Mānoa Since 2012 she has served as a junior researcher at the University of Hawai i Department of OB GYN Both Soon and Elia are graduates of Kamehameha Schools Kapālama Findings from the Children s Healthy Living CHL program will also be presented CHL worked with community partners to collect measurments and improve the health of young children in the Nānākuli community from 2013 to 2015 Attendees will get to hear more about what was learning from this important project The event starts at 5 30 p m A free simple dinner will be served and childcare will be provided An RSVP is appreciated Call 670 2045 or email kapua ksbe edu to confirm your attendance CLC M is located at 87 790 Kulauku St in Mā ili Huliko a Kaiāulu was created as an opportunity for the community to celebrate the pursuit of higher education and listen to scholars from the Wai anae Coast share their mana o while learning more about topics that impact their lives as residents of the region The series is sponsored by Kamehameha Schools INPEACE the UH Hawai inuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge and MA O Organic Farms Future presentations are scheduled for Feb 16 March 15 and April 19 This is the series third year Many of the

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/imua/article/speaker-series-highlights-family-planning/ (2016-02-15)
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  • KS Hawai‘i Interact Club helps fight hunger | Kamehameha Schools
    Club is sponsored by The Rotary Club of South Hilo and is one of the largest clubs on campus Club president Kegan Miura a junior at KS Hawai i shared that to raise the funds the club set up a Halloween themed event called The Haunted Hallway Members of the club talked with peers and faculty members about the need especially during the holiday season how local families go hungry and how the Hawai i Island organization helps to support those families some who may be friends or classmates Word spread about our event where we asked for donations of one canned good or one dollar to enter into The Haunted Hallway shared Miura We felt the Hawai i Food Basket would be perfect because they have a huge impact on so many people across the island As a team we saw it as an opportunity to not only service others but as well as get our school in the Halloween spirit This really touched bases on the principles our club was founded on as well as the many Hawaiian values we use every day Miura hopes that the event will continue to be an annual event for the club and grow to do more next year So many people had a big hand in making this event a success from the members to the teachers it was a team effort to get it done shared Miura So many members are eager to get out into the community and get involved by feeding the houseless and helping with the Salvation Army or Special Olympics but I think we will always look for ways to help support the Food Basket At an event held on campus in December the club presented Food Basket Executive Director En Young with the donation Young who himself is a 1995 graduate of KS Kapālama shared that it s not always the amount on the check that matters and that old fashioned effort is what s truly important When I see someone in an up and coming generation learn to give back early I know we are planting hua that will affect the generations we currently serve at The Food Basket and even my generation when we reach our infirmity shared Young The Interact Club s relationship with our South Hilo Rotary adds a multi generational component and really helps in perpetuating aloha on the Big Island Young also acknowledged the important role KS plays in developing students who will have the values of generosity and service to others and many ways that the KS ohana gives back and talking with Miura about future opportunities to donate time or talent if one isn t in a position to give monetarily Kamehameha Schools already assists The Food Basket in many ways Parents of scholarship recipients love spending their community service hours with us the ceramics club has also donated proceeds of their work to us and now we are pleased to be able to interface with the

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/imua/article/ks-hawaii-interact-club-helps-fight-hunger/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Ka Pua Initiative | Kamehameha Schools
    is a long term commitment to excellent education strong community and a committed presence on the Wai anae Coast Our Vision All children on the Wai anae Coast are connected to place supported in their learning and are succeeding as tomorrow s local and global leaders Key Strategies The Ka Pua initiative is a geographic specific strategy The place is the Wai anae Coast the span of Hawaii s shores that stretches from Kahe Point to Ka ena Point This vision will be achieved through three key strategies designed to strengthen the web of educational opportunities services and infrastructure on the Wai anae Coast of O ahu Each strategy brings focused partnerships collaborations and new educational innovations that aim to connect learning from infancy through adulthood to deepen and flex the bridges linking social service health and educational providers and to design new spaces for collaborative student learning Intensively support needle moving collaborations focused on key impact areas for student success which includes building capacity among key providers on the Wai anae Coast Ensure schools are centers of the community providing effective learning opportunities integrated supports for students and most importantly an unshakeable commitment to student success Build two state of the art community learning centers that provide excellent programming and anchor collaborative capacity building strategies Current Focuses The Ka Pua Initiative has identified three strategic priorities that support work to enhance community engagement and build capacity All Children Connected We recognize that a strong sense of personal self can be anchored by an in depth understanding of where you come from and that relationship lays a foundation that keiki and their families can build upon Learn more All Children Supported Focuses on an innovative wraparound system of care at Nānākuli Wai anae complex area schools that reduces all barriers

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  • Ka Pua Initiative | Kamehameha Schools
    and families students are prepared for educational success and self sufficiency The idea is to align resources with other community organizations such as libraries parks neighborhood health clinics and area churches and businesses so schools can be transformed to community learning centers The vision is one where schools are a service delivery site for a comprehensive set of programs services including educational enrichment recreational social and health services School based plans continue to be developed and implementation will be piloted over a few Nānākuli Wai anae complex school sites Representatives from the Department of Education community organizations and the Ka Pua Initiative have taken part in various Community Schools visits and conferences looking at best practices and models from across the country Examples of this work currently happening on the Wai anae Coast After School All Stars Hawaii in 2011 through support from Kamehameha Schools the Campbell Family Foundation and a 21st Century Learning grant the After School All Stars program was expanded to service both Nānākuli and Wai anae Intermediate Schools Integrated web of community programs a number of significant efforts have been made to keep service providers connected Annually a conference is held connecting this network many of whom also participate in the Wai anae Coast Keiki Spring Fest See additional projects related to the all children supported focus area Ka Pua In The Media Hawaii Public Radio April 10 2015 Families Navigate the Finances of Going to College KITV January 25 2015 Early Learning Complex Hawaii News Now January 24 2015 Maili Learning Complex Grand Opening Hawaii News Now Sunrise January 20 2015 2nd annual preschool readiness day and early learning complex grand opening Pacific Business News December 21 2014 Kamehameha Schools collaborates with nonprofits including PACT HCAP for Pre K services in Waianae Outside Hawaii October

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  • Ka Pua Initiative | Kamehameha Schools
    personal growth development and self worth to support a greater sense of belonging compassion and service toward one s self family and community Āina based learning engages keiki in solving community problems by recognizing that place where a keiki lives is a primary source for learning and is rooted in what is local in terms of history culture lifestyle places of import and the environment The Wai anae Coast is full of amazing natural resources and master practitioners Ka Pua will seek out relationships with these resources and practitioners to seed and grow increased access to these opportunities for keiki and their families Kamehameha Schools KS also has the opportunity to significantly impact education on the Wai anae Coast through investments in community infrastructure KS aims to design and build Kamehameha Community Learning Centers KCLCs that drive change through new spaces cutting edge programs and comprehensive services to support collaborative community learning opportunities These centers will model innovation and support keiki and ohana from cradle to career fostering better educational outcomes strengthening the community and deepening a vibrant Native Hawaiian culture Two new sites have currently been identified In Mā ili DHHL has approved a lease of 40 acres of the former Voice of America site In Nānākuli in conjunction with the construction of the Nānākuli Village Center Negotiations are underway Sign up for our email updates for more information on site progress and feedback opportunities See additional projects related to the all children connected focus area Ka Pua In The Media Hawaii Public Radio April 10 2015 Families Navigate the Finances of Going to College KITV January 25 2015 Early Learning Complex Hawaii News Now January 24 2015 Maili Learning Complex Grand Opening Hawaii News Now Sunrise January 20 2015 2nd annual preschool readiness day and early learning complex

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  • Ka Pua Initiative | Kamehameha Schools
    shared goals among others Every child ready for K Every child reading at grade level by grade 3 Our recent analysis showing the lack of on grade level reading proficiency suggests that current efforts are far from sufficient Further we need additional analysis to ascertain whether trends are headed in a positive direction We will be watching the data closely in this critical stage of development and be adjusting our strategy as needed Further ongoing planning for college success will weave into the P 3 project to start building a college going culture and expectation among families of the very youngest children COLLEGE SUCCESS The College Success initiative is based on a cradle to career approach that is founded on the belief that every Wai anae Coast student has the choice vision and support to achieve success in college career and life Choice refers to academic preparation readiness Vision refers to the self confidence cultural groundedness and motivation that success IS possible I m possible Support refers to the social family support and financial means for further education Examples of this work include Nānākuli Wai anae College Success Council College and Career Readiness Programs at Nānākuli High Intermediate School See additional projects related to the all children succeeding focus area Ka Pua In The Media Hawaii Public Radio April 10 2015 Families Navigate the Finances of Going to College KITV January 25 2015 Early Learning Complex Hawaii News Now January 24 2015 Maili Learning Complex Grand Opening Hawaii News Now Sunrise January 20 2015 2nd annual preschool readiness day and early learning complex grand opening Pacific Business News December 21 2014 Kamehameha Schools collaborates with nonprofits including PACT HCAP for Pre K services in Waianae Outside Hawaii October 2014 Exploring the Mālama Āina Field School at Nānākuli Honolulu Civil Beat

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