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  • Event calendar | Kamehameha Schools
    store silent and live auctions plants and produce and community booths All proceeds from this event are used to provide enrichment grants for KS Hawai i students This school year the PTO has already awarded 17 058 to students in support of a variety of experiences Visit http kshpto org or like the Kamehameha Schools Hawaii PTO page on Facebook for more information This event starts Saturday February 27 2016 at 09 00am Upcoming Occurrences in the next 3 months Saturday February 27 2016 at 09 00am Saturday February 27 2016 at 03 00pm Hā upu KS Hawai i Hō ike 2016 Kamehameha Schools Hawai i will stage its third Hawaiian language opera entitled Hā upu on March 10 and 11 as part of the school s annual Hō ike Hā upu is based on the legend of Hina and her son Kana Hina an ali i from Hilo is kidnapped by Kapepeʻekauila a rogue ali i from the island of Moloka i In retaliation for this outrageous kidnapping Hina s sons Kana an Nīheu mount an attack on Kapepeʻekauila s fortress on the north shore of Moloka i on the cliffs of Hā upu While the daring rescue is being conceived and carried out Hina unexpectedly begins to fall in love with her captor Kapepeʻekauila In the end Hina is saved by her sons and Kapepeʻekauila vanquished although the true fate of Hinaʻs love for the Molokaʻi aliʻi is unknown Hō ike is a an all school production which tells a story through beautiful and powerful mele song oli chant and hula dance The first Hō ike took place in 2004 Hō ike allows KS Hawai i students to showcase their talents in fine art Hawaiian language chant solo and choral singing dance instrumental performance and drama Proceeds from the production will help to offset the cost of the Hō ike A Ha i performing arts department trip to the American High School Theatre Festival at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August 2016 This production will debut the opera which will be performed in Scotland at the festival next summer Tickets prices range from 10 15 based on seat location Call 808 982 0734 or visit http blogs ksbe edu hah for more information This event starts Thursday March 10 2016 at 07 00pm Upcoming Occurrences in the next 3 months Thursday March 10 2016 at 07 00pm Thursday March 10 2016 at 10 00pm Hā upu KS Hawai i Hō ike 2016 Kamehameha Schools Hawai i will stage its third Hawaiian language opera entitled Hā upu on March 10 and 11 as part of the school s annual Hō ike Hā upu is based on the legend of Hina and her son Kana Hina an ali i from Hilo is kidnapped by Kapepeʻekauila a rogue ali i from the island of Moloka i In retaliation for this outrageous kidnapping Hina s sons Kana an Nīheu mount an attack on Kapepeʻekauila s fortress on the north shore of Moloka

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  • Columns | Kamehameha Schools
    arrival of foreign peoples that the concept was gradually introduced to Native Hawaiians See column KS alumni survey Civic engagement trends July 2 2014 This past summer an alumni survey was distributed to approximately 3 000 Kamehameha Schools graduates Data from the survey helps KS better understand the impact that it has on the lives of graduates See column HA I LELO A KE KAHU KS tri campus deputation teams bear good fruit on Kauaʻi September 15 2015 More than 50 Deputation Team students from Kamehameha s three K 12 campuses rang in the new school year with a retreat on Kauaʻi See column Consider the legacy you are leaving April 23 2015 I love being part of the KS ʻohana and making a difference in thousands of lives I have been a part of students and alumni s life choices which I guide them in prayer times blessings weddings baby baptisms and even funerals In those moments I ask myself What legacy am I going to leave behind What is most important See column E Maikaʻi a Paʻahana Be Good and Industrious is this year s KS spirtual theme October 14 2014 Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop had wisdom and foresight for the future of her Hawaiian people In order to thrive her Hawaiian people needed a strong education an education rooted in the soil of God s Word See column Ke Akua is singing a new song July 1 2014 With the retirement of our beloved chief executive officer Dee Jay we might be tempted to not want to open ourselves to our new alaka i See column MAI KA ĀINA FROM THE LAND Caring for our ancestral lands March 19 2015 Through its committed leadership to steward our important natural and cultural resources KS is also developing unique opportunities to reconnect beneficiaries to these lands and to foster the next generation of resource managers See column INSIDE THE ARCHIVES KS has welcomed celebrities to campus throughout its history September 8 2015 Famous figures who visited the campus over the years include actors athletes musicians and royalty See column Hānai sisters Lydia Kamaka eha and Bernice Pauahi left lasting legacies March 9 2015 Over time the relationship between Lydia Kamaka eha Lili uōkalani Dominis and Bernice Pauahi Pākī Bishop has grown through the legacy left by these two great women a legacy that has been woven into the lives of many Native Hawaiians See column Recalling the life and times of the first teachers at Kamehameha Schools September 25 2014 In contrast to students connectivity with the world these days via the constant and influential presence of television cell phones and laptops the very early days of Kamehameha students lives were most greatly affected by their teachers and KS staff members by virtue of their constant presence 24 hours a day seven days a week See column Recalling Pauahi s silver wedding anniversary European trip July 1 2014 Bernice Pauahi Bishop at the age of 44 undertook what would

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/imua/columns/ (2016-02-15)
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  • KS Sustainability Program seeks Aloha ʻĀina summer interns | Columns | Kamehameha Schools
    and proprietors of Waiahole Poi Factory Front l r Claire Colegrove Joey Char Amy Brinker Paul Reppun Charlie Reppun and Kealohi Reppun Back l r Ian Garrod James Strange Manaola Hewett Sanoe Burgess Maxwell Mukai and Hannah Carroll The summer internship program kicked off with an orientation in Punaluʻu with guest speakers Danny Bishop a farmer at Punaluʻu Ahupuaʻa Farms and Earl Kawaʻa a KS Hawaiian resource specialist As part of their orientation KS Sustainability Interns Ella Aki and Sanoe Burgess discuss kalo production at Punaluʻu Ahupuaʻa Farms with Land Asset Manager Joey Char KS and its community partner KUPU are seeking āina loving applicants for six paid internships on Kamehameha campuses The application deadline for the positions is Wednesday January 20 Hau oli Makahiki Hou kākou It s hard to believe that we are finished with 2015 already There is so much to be thankful for over the past year Whether it s partnering with external organizations like Hawaii Energy and Harvard Graduate School of Design or working with tremendous teams at our resource centers campuses and administrative offices 2015 has been a year to remember One accomplishment I d like to highlight for the year is the successful launch of the KS Sustainability Internship Program In collaboration with KUPU and KS Kapili Oihana Internship Program we launched the first cohort of fellows this summer Eight amazing college students and one recent business school graduate worked on a variety of projects from drafting sustainability policies to mapping existing gardens on our three main campuses One interdisciplinary team worked with Land Asset Manager Joey Char to study the feasibility of hydropower on KS lands by reviewing the social financial and environmental impacts also known as the Triple Bottom Line from their area of study which included areas such as business legal cultural and environmental studies Another fellowship under Layne Richards KS Hawai i kumu and curriculum developer at the campus Kumuola Marine Science Education Center helped KS efforts to restore Kionakapahu fishpond capturing countless teaching moments with our kumu to showcase traditional wisdom to visiting haumāna As 2016 kicks off I m excited for a new year of opportunities Not only will we be finishing the first year of our latest five year strategic plan we ll be launching new initiatives to turbocharge our sustainability efforts I won t spoil the surprise yet but stay tuned because we ve made strides that I believe will set the stage for increased eco literacy in the classroom āina based learning and sustainable resource management As we dig into 2016 I hope you will join me in the hunt for the next superstar cohort for the KS Sustainability Internship Program With the unstoppable Operations team and key leaders on our campuses we are happy to announce that we now have six Aloha Āina Specialist openings There are two positions available for each of our K 12 campuses on O ahu Maui and Hawai i island Kumu haumāna and community have voiced their interest

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  • Why does Kamehameha Schools need to change? | Columns | Kamehameha Schools
    is expected to increase to almost 250 000 by 2040 Click to enlarge Many Native Hawaiian keiki face achievement gaps in kindergarten readiness and more Click to enlarge Kamehameha Schools has a long history of serving Native Hawaiians Over the past 15 years we have opened two new K 12 campuses and nearly 20 preschool classrooms invested about 80 million in more than 100 community collaborators provided professional development to public school teachers around culturally based education practices supported the protection and restoration of ancient Hawaiian sites and grown our endowment by more than 4 billion So why do we need to change For two main reasons Native Hawaiian Population Growth There are currently about 150 000 Native Hawaiians between ages 0 24 living in Hawai i Of these 7 000 attend our campuses or preschools Another 4 000 are served in Hawaiian focused charter schools and another 7 000 through private schools In total 18 000 Native Hawaiians are touched in one of these ways but 132 000 Native Hawaiians are not Additionally the Native Hawaiian population is expected to increase to almost 250 000 by 2040 If we continue doing what we are doing even with a strong endowment we would be reaching less and less of the population In order to leverage our endowment to better reach and serve this growing population we need to change Achievement Gaps Preschool enrollment and reading and mathematics proficiency rates have increased among Native Hawaiians over time however many Native Hawaiians still face achievement gaps A little over half of Native Hawaiians are ready for kindergarten and 62 percent are reading at grade level or higher in grade three These percentages decline as keiki progress in their educational journey and the achievement gap for Native Hawaiians continues to grow Just 14

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  • KS tri-campus deputation teams bear good fruit on Kauaʻi | Columns | Kamehameha Schools
    share what they believe being a Deputation Team member is all about The haumāna poured themselves into this process of digging deep and identifying the richness of their experiences concerning their spiritual journey with Jesus Christ When it was time to share each team gave us chaperones a peek at the type of blessings and obstacles that are common to our haumāna who choose to live out their faith Mutual affirmations of feeling at ease within this specific group that shares a love for Jesus were plenty while the challenge of sharing those same truths in varying social conditions on campus was an area they all believed needed further nurturing Perhaps the one comment that stood out for all us came from one student who was so thankful for being a member of the Deputation Team He said This is the true Kamehameha The students cheered and we adults all nodded in agreement realizing that this was our Ke Ali i Pauahi s vision for all of her people to be grounded not only in Hawaiian values and culture but to also be firmly planted in Christian values It was a strong statement from a strong voice that I believed carried us on through the next day s activities Saturday was our community service project at the Church of the Pacific located at Princeville When we talk about pa ahana the value of being industrious we first look to those who have gone before us our kūpuna who blazed a trail of determination in each activity that they put their hands to so that today we have a model of what it means to be industrious This day was such a pivotal point for me to simply work side by side with our haumāna and to also observe as an alumnus and now kahu at Kamehameha We were met by retired Pastor Glenn Frazier and his friend Grey Hayton the supervisor of Po oku Gardens who takes care of the church s farmland and vegetable and fruit food distribution mission Our task was to help this church clean a portion of the land that unfortunately has been neglected for a small period of time With only a few patches of visible soil used for growing vegetables and fruits our haumāna set a steady pace of work effort which would cultivate an amazing transformation of land and hearts Part of the fruit bearing process is about planning preparing and doing Today was about doing and it provided me with a solid perspective of how our students are measuring up to the standards of work ethic that our ancestors applied on a consistent basis As a result our Kamehameha haumāna banded together 52 students and six chaperones strong and overwhelmed the weeds and the thick tall grass that had totally covered the once fertile māla Within three and a half hours of non stop arduous labor the outcomes were impressive More importantly Pastor Glenn and Grey were both incredulous in the efforts

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  • KS has welcomed celebrities to campus throughout its history | Columns | Kamehameha Schools
    visited the campus over the years include actors athletes musicians and royalty Swimmer and actress Esther Williams paid the campus a visit in 1950 and is shown here with Kamehameha beauty Melvamay Wong Ho Baseball great Babe Ruth his wife daughter and manager visited the campus in 1933 In 1955 the boy s school campus was visited by New York Yankees Elston Howard Hank Bauer and Bob Turley In April 1953 Marian Anderson the first African American to perform with the New York Metropolitan Opera visited the Kamehameha Boys Glee Club Selfies have permeated social media and won t be going away any time soon Celebrities today are hounded not only by the paparazzi but by anybody with a cell phone Kamehameha Schools has welcomed various celebrities from very early in our history It is truly amazing to read through our back issues of Ka M ī and see the steady parade of royalty dignitaries and Hollywood stars who have stopped by to visit our students and campus If smart phone technology existed in those days it would have been selfie mania One of the earliest and most illustrious visitors to Kamehameha and considered baseball royalty was Ty Cobb In the Nov 23 1928 edition of The Cadet we find that Ty Cobb gave his only public appearance in Hawai i at the Kamehameha School for Boys Cobb talked about the importance of a clean and healthy body and he gave the boys tips on stealing bases As you go toward second base do not look up unless you hear the crack of the bat against the ball and when you hear such follow it with your eye Babe Ruth another of baseball s greats paid the campus a visit in 1933 but he was not the only New York baseball player to do so In 1955 the boy s school campus got a treat in the form of three New York Yankees Elston Howard Hank Bauer and Bob Turley From baseball royalty to actual royalty Her Highness The Begum Aga Khan III the fourth and last wife of His Highness Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah Aga Khan took a tour of our KS Kapālama campus in 1961 and visited with our Senior Cottage baby During the 1962 63 school year Kamehameha was visited by royalty from Tonga Prince Tu ipelehake second only to the king and Princess Melenaite who stopped in Honolulu on their way to England Hollywood royalty in the stunning form of competetive swimmer and actress Esther Williams paid the campus a visit in 1950 and in 1966 radio and TV personality Art Linkletter paid Kamehameha a visit Marian Anderson famous contralto and the first African American to perform with the New York Metropolitan Opera visited with the Kamehameha Boys Glee Club in April 1953 In the 70s the era of miniskirts and rock n roll Kamehameha played host to musician and actor Mac Davis singer of Baby Don t Get Hooked on Me Davis performed for students

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  • KS in the news | Kamehameha Schools
    Kuamo o call to preserve land is met Honolulu Star Advertiser January 11 2016 Store supports schools Maui News January 6 2016 Kamehameha Schools endowment reaches 11 1B annual report says Pacific Business News I Am Here To Defy Stereotypes Honolulu Civil Beat January 5 2016 Search for new KS Maui head of school underway Maui News Search for Kamehameha Schools Maui Poʻo Kula Begins Maui Now January 4 2016 And the children led them at this year s holiday shows Honolulu Star Advertiser Keauhou Bird Conservation Center receives grant West Hawaii Today Online County lost many influential people in 2015 Maui News December 30 2015 Alo leads Kamehameha Honolulu Star Advertiser Office Depot plans to close its store in Kakaako on Jan 23 Honolulu Star Advertiser December 28 2015 Pauahi the search for knowledge and TMT West Hawaii Today Online Cosbie resigns from Kamehameha Honolulu Star Advertiser Kamehameha football coach Doug Cosbie resigns citing family reasons Hawaii News Now Nahale a to lead KS Hawaii Island regional strategies Hawaii Tribune Herald KS Hawaii club helps fight hunger Hawaii Tribune Herald Longtime Kahala Mall businesses prepare to move ahead of major building renovation KHON TV FOX 2 December 21 2015 Birth of a princess noted Maui News About Town 12 21 15 West Hawaii Today Online College scholarships await applicants Honolulu Star Advertiser Pupu platter no 4 Pacific Business News Kamehameha s Alo wins senior U S title Honolulu Star Advertiser Pennies for Pauahi instills giving heart Hawaii Tribune Herald Two oceans or one Garden Island More shops to open next year Honolulu Star Advertiser Moku Kitchen opening in summer Pacific Business News December 18 2015 Keiki Kalikimaka 2015 Honolulu Star Advertiser College scholarships await applicants Honolulu Star Advertiser Moku Kitchen opening in summer Pacific Business News December 16 2015 Pukalani construction affects traffic Ka Leo o Nā Koa Annual Christmas Concert hits center stage Ka Leo o Nā Koa Kamehameha Schools graduate shot killed in Washington state Hawaii News Now December 15 2015 Kamehameha s Kruse seals the deal Honolulu Star Advertiser December 14 2015 Mr Afoa brings experience Ka Leo o Nā Koa Hulihee Palace event remembers Kamehameha Schools founder West Hawaii Today Online Keiki Kalikimaka Honolulu Star Advertiser Volunteers employ ancient method to restore He eia fishpond Honolulu Star Advertiser Restoring the Paepae o He eia fishpond KITV TV ABC 4 Thousands of volunteers help restore 800 year old fishpond in Windward Oahu Hawaii News Now Thousands Turn Out to Fix a Huge Hole in This 800 Year Old He eia Fishpond Honolulu Magazine The Pani ka Puka campaign Paepae O He eia aims for a thousand strong community effort toward fishpond restoration Ka Leo Hawaii s Handcrafted Restaurants to open Moku in Kakaako by summer 2016 Pacific Business News December 9 2015 Palace remembers Kamehameha schools founder West Hawaii Today Online In Memoriam Po o Kula Lee Ann DeLima Ka Leo o Nā Koa Kamehameha School Career Day Draws Variety of Exhibitors Maui Now December 8

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  • News releases | Kamehameha Schools
    Social entrepreneurs search for funding October 22 2015 Innovative education hub for Hawai i gets the green light hotel to be removed September 17 2015 Chaminade and Kamehameha Schools partner to focus on Native Hawaiians in STEM fields September 9 2015 KS and UH enter new partnership to increase post high educational success of Native Hawaiians September 4 2015 Kamehameha Publishing releases Native Hawaiian Law in print and e reader formats August 30 2015 Planning Commission hosts public hearing on KS Kahalu u Ma Kai Special Management Area Use permit August 17 2015 Kamehameha Schools K 12 applications for 2016 17 now available June 12 2015 Scott Topping Named Executive VP of Finance at Kamehameha Schools May 12 2015 KS CEO Names Dr Robert Holoua Stender as new Executive VP of Education April 15 2015 UH West O ahu trains Hawaiʻi s future sustainable food and agriculture professionals April 6 2015 Kamehameha Schools Kapālama welcomes new high school poʿo kumu April 6 2015 Kamehameha Schools seeks artists for commissioned artwork for SALT at Our Kaka ako March 24 2015 Kamehame Ridge landowners lessees and licensees seek relief from vandalism and trespassing March 11 2015 First Nations Futures Program applications available April 1 March 9 2015 Nearly 10 000 acres on Oʻahu approved for designation as important agricultural lands February 28 2015 Mahi ai Match Up Agricultural Business Plan Contest s winners and 40 000 of cash prizes announced February 5 2015 Giorgio Caldarone to lead Kamehameha Schools commercial real estate division planning projects December 17 2014 Hale iwa s first public walkway connects locals visitors to shops opening at Hale iwa Store Lots December 15 2014 Kamehameha Schools petitions to designate 9 592 acres on O ahu as Important Agricultural Lands December 1 2014 Kamehameha Schools sells Hawaii Kai Towne

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