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  • Kamehameha Schools cultivates a cultural space at Keauhou Bay | News releases | Kamehameha Schools
    I Mua Newsroom Publications and resources Kamehameha Schools Strategic Plan 2015 2020 Kamehameha Publishing Charles Reed Bishop Trust Find a job at KS Join our mailing list Contact us NEWS RELEASE Kamehameha Schools cultivates a cultural space at Keauhou Bay Posted January 29 2016 Keauhou Hawai i Kamehameha Schools has transformed its former commercial property at Keauhou Bay damaged by the 2011 tsunami into a natural space filled with lush native Hawaiian foliage The 5 000 square foot space is located at the Keauhou Small Boat Harbor Because the site is home to Mo ikeha Cave a significant wahi pana historical place once used as a refuge in time of war the three year project included an archaeological investigation a preservation plan and the planting of native hala laua e and naupaka The former structure was built in 1956 as a residence and was formally converted to commercial use in the early 1970s For 40 years the building served various commercial and retail uses Most recently it was leased by Sea Paradise Inc a snorkel and dive tour company now operating at the Keauhou Shopping Center The project aligns with the schools Strategic Plan 2020 that calls for the incorporation of cultural principles in land management decision making Initially KS planned to repair and reconstruct the building that was damaged by the tsunami said Allen Salavea KS Land Planning and Entitlements manager Instead we planned with a more holistic view of the area The restoration of this wahi pana also served to further honor the adjacent birth place of Kamehameha III KS worked closely with the Daughters of Hawai i the stewards of the Kamehameha III birth site to select appropriate plantings for the 5 000 square foot area Kamehameha Schools invests a significant amount of resources to restore preserve

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/imua/newsreleases/kamehameha-schools-cultivates-a-cultural-space-at-keauhou-bay/ (2016-02-15)
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  • HSTA and Kamehameha Schools to Honor Hawai‘i’s 2015 National Board Certified Teachers | News releases | Kamehameha Schools
    HSTA As a fellow certified teacher I see this as a significant investment in student learning and it is indicative of our commitment to provide the quality education our keiki deserve On Dec 4 2015 the National Board released the 2015 rankings and NBCT lists by state Hawai i experienced an impressive 39 2 percent growth in total number of NBCTs in the last three years the second highest percentage growth in the nation Hawai i also ranked 31st in the nation for total number of NBCTs at 554 and ranked 14th in the nation by percent of teachers who are NBCTs at 4 7 percent In 2015 50 teachers in Hawai i earned the certification 37 of which are newly certified and 13 are newly renewed The National Board is recognized as the gold standard in teacher certification and was created by teachers in 1987 to advance the quality of teaching and learning To earn the certification teachers must demonstrate that their teaching meets the profession s standards through a strict peer reviewed and performance based process similar to professional certification in fields such as medicine Ha aheo nā kumu NBCT E lei mai oukou i ka lei o ka lanakila The accomplishments of our National Board Certified Teachers bring to light the dedication and perseverance of exemplary individuals who have worked hard to develop their teaching talents and skills said Dr Holoua Stender executive vice president of education Kamehameha Schools They bring a sense of pride and respect to all of us who have chosen teaching as our life long profession The HSTA and Kamehameha Schools have planned the following three celebrations to honor the 2015 NBCTs O ahu Wednesday Feb 3 2016 4 30 p m Hawai i State Capitol Auditorium Hawai i island Thursday Feb 4 2016 4 30 p m Kamehameha Schools Hawai i Campus Maui Friday Feb 5 2016 4 30 p m Kamehameha Schools Maui Campus For a complete listing of the 2015 Hawai i NBCTs please see below 2015 Newly Certified NBCTs Hawai i FIRST NAME LAST NAME SCHOOL Liane Angaran Kamehameha Schools Nancy Arrlington Konawaena High School Tara Bagoyo Ho okele Elementary School Michele Baldovi Niu Valley Middle School Leigh Barbieto Waiau Elementary School Matthew Birmingham Īao School Nicole Charos Mokulele Elementary School Steven Cup Choy Kamehameha Schools Kapālama Nancy Derego Kamehameha Schools Hawai i Barbara Diaz Waikoloa Elem Middle School Trudi Everett Kamehameha Schools Hawai i Anne Everingham Voyager Public Charter School Jason Fatz Admiral Arthur W Radford High School Lorinda Forster Kamehameha Schools Hawai i Jan Gapero Kamehameha Schools Hawai i Caroline Goya Waiākeawaena Elementary School Brooke Holderbaum Kamehameha Schools Maui Dane Inouye Waiākea Intermediate School Alanna Kaho ohanohano Moloka i High School Celeste Katayama Āhuimanu Elementary School Diana Lamonte Nānāikapono Elementary School Melvin Lau Āliamanu Elementary School Tyson Lee Henry J Kaiser High School Whitney Mahoney Waikīkī Elementary School Faith Medley Īao Intermediate School Jessica Mishima Donahue Mākaha Elementary School Serene O Neill Kea au High School Chelsie

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/imua/newsreleases/hsta-and-kamehameha-schools-to-honor-hawaiis-2015-national-board-certified/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Strategic Planning and Implementation - Research: Hawaiian Education and Well-being
    Interests of Hawaiian Children in the Public Sector Short term Outcomes for KS Preschoolers School Years 2002 03 and 2003 04 Demography Well being Top Document Name Download 2001 Community Survey Summary Census 2000 Highlights Aging in the Aloha State Census 2000 Highlights Hawaiians in the United States and Hawai i Census 2000 Map Geographic Account of Hawaiians in the United States Census 2000 Map Geographic Account of Hawaiians in the United States Community Impact Project Getting the Word Out A Look at KS Recruitment Activities Hawai i Census 2000 General Demographic Characteristics Profiles State of Hawai i Education Administration Areas High School Complexes Hawai i Youth Risk Behavior Survey Hawaiian Matters Data Considerations for Native Hawaiian Populations Hawaiian Population Update Ho akea Ikena Educational Attainment among Native Hawaiians Income and Poverty among Native Hawaiians Summary of Ka Huaka i Findings Ka Huaka i 2005 Native Hawaiian Educational Assessment Ka Huaka i Findings from the 2005 Native Hawaiian Educational Assessment Ka akalāi Kū Kanaka A Call for Strengths based Approaches from a Native Hawaiian Perspective published in Educational Researcher Kau Li ili i Characteristics of Native Hawaiians in Hawai i and the Continental United States Laupa i Kanāka Native Hawaiian Population Forecasts for 2000 to 2050 Make It Count Native Hawaiian Population Estimates in Census 2000 and Implications for Other Small Racial Groups Native Hawaiian Population Statistics Update Pacific Identities Patterns in the Racial Identifications of Mixed Race Pacific Islanders Working Paper Pondering Poi Dog Place and Racial Identification of Multi Racial Native Hawaiians Problems Facing Hawaiian Communities Information from a Telephone Survey Conducted to Inform KS Strategic Planning Process Rate and Distribution of Adverse Reproductive Outcomes for Hawaiians Revisiting the Goals of George Kanahele The KS Impact Increasing Access to Quality Educational Experiences This Land is My Land The Role of Place in Native Hawaiian Identity Working Paper Trends in Drug Use among Hawaiians Information for the 1996 and 1998 Alcohol and Drug Abuse Surveys K 12 Top Document Name Download 2001 Annual Report A Brief Overview of Culture Based Education and Annotated Bibliography An Introduction to the pio Project Ancestry of Students Enrolled in Hawai i Independent Schools Destinations Unlimited KS Senior Survey Class of 2003 and 2004 DOE Updates 2006 07 Native Hawaiian Performance Characteristics in Public Schools Hawai i Charter Schools Initial Trends and Select Outcomes for Native Hawaiian Students Hawai i s Charter Schools Location and Enrollment School Year 2006 2007 Hawai i Content Performance Standards HCPS II School Year 2001 2002 Grade 3 Grade 5 Grade 8 Grade 10 Hawaiian Enrollment in the DOE School Year 2002 2003 Hawaiian Students in Hawai i State Department of Education 1999 00 Hawaiian Students in the Hawai i State Department of Education 2001 2002 Hawaiian Students in the Hawai i State Department of Education 2000 01 Hawaiian Students in the Special Education Program in the Hawai i State Department of Education 1999 00 High School Persistence and Completion for Selected Ethnic Groups in Hawai i Public Schools

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/spi/reports/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Strategic Planning and Implementation
    preschool experience and kindergarten experience Source Hawai i Health Survey 2005 Home Visiting Program Development Investigate the potential of HV strategy for ESP goal attainment develop recommendations for MOA with ALU LIKE PINK Sustaining Momentum Literature Review ESP Sustaining Momentum Literature Review The effect of preschooling on children s school readiness Tracking KS and Head Start preschoolers using PABS data Cultural Assessment Tools Review How can KS measure progress in perpetuating Native Hawaiian culture Community Profiles ESP Inform PN 8 planning efforts with community level data Teach for America Program Effectiveness What do we know about the effectiveness of the Teach for America program and what are the implications of using this program in struggling schools with a high proportion of Native Hawaiian students New Community Assessments How do we decide on the next set of ESP communities Evaluation Top Project Project Description Pauahi Keiki Scholars Program Evaluation Evaluate the impact of scholarship for preschoolers Ho okāko o Evaluation Evaluate the impact of the Ho okako o program Ho olako Like Technical Assistance Ho olako Like Evaluation Evaluate the impact of the Ho olako Like schools Kamehameha Scholars Program Evaluation This is a longitudinal evaluation based on both outcomes feedback of the Kamehameha Schools project within the Extension Education Division Literacy Enhancement Program Evaluation Evaluate impact of literacy enhancement program in SY 2005 06 and prepare for evaluation in SY 2006 07 Maui Laptop Project Evaluate the impact of the laptop project on the Maui campus and identify implications for other campuses and programs Physics First Evaluation Evaluate the impact of physics first program and the Hawai i campus and identify implications for other campuses Tracking Preschool Students in DOE Grade 3 2005 2006 Study the long term impact of preschool programs one year and two year on students in

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/spi/projects/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Timeline | SP2020 | Kamehameha Schools
    via education The purpose of the Education Strategic Plan was to improve educational outcomes for greater numbers of Hawaiian children The specific emphasis was on young learners ages prenatal to 8 in Hawai i View the Education Strategic Plan PDF CLOSE 2007 Corbett Kalama named trustee 2009 Micah Kāne named trustee 2010 Work on new strategic plan begins including broad stakeholder feedback The SP2020 planning process began in 2010 and included broad input from the KS ohana and the community As the process accelerated in 2013 14 Kamehameha Schools held forty meetings on six islands involving nearly 3 000 KS staff students and community members Digital means allowed many others to contribute their mana o via email and a dedicated website Stakeholder feedback over time PDF CLOSE 2012 Lance Wilhelm named trustee 2013 Robert Nobriga named trustee 2014 March Vision 2040 articulated Based on community input KS trustees led the charge to envision Native Hawaiian well being over a generation of twenty five years Vision 2040 represents our aspirations and commitment to help all Native Hawaiian learners achieve greater success Vision statement Within a generation of 25 years we see a thriving Lāhui where our learners achieve postsecondary educational success enabling good life and career choices We also envision that our learners will be grounded in Christian and Hawaiian values and will be leaders who contribute to their communities both locally and globally CLOSE August September SP2020 shared with all KS employees During a three month tour CEO Jack Wong personally visited each group and division at Kamehameha Schools to connect with staff and share SP2020 Check out the video segments from Wong s presentation to the IT division held at the Ka iwakīloumoku Hawaiian Cultural Center on Aug 29 2014 CLOSE September Jack Wong named new CEO December Final

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/sp2020/timeline/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Ten actions for 2015–2016 | SP2020 | Kamehameha Schools
    Agriculture and conservation Alumni Pauahi Foundation Giving opportunities About us About Kamehameha Schools About Pauahi Trustees and executives I Mua Newsroom Publications and resources Kamehameha Schools Strategic Plan 2015 2020 Kamehameha Publishing Charles Reed Bishop Trust Find a job at KS Join our mailing list Contact us ACTION SPECIFICS TIE TO SP2020 1 Integrate as one KS school system Complete a comprehensive system wide plan for all three campuses Focus on postsecondary educational success and world class outcomes Goal One Network of Native Hawaiian schools 2 Launch the network of Native Hawaiian schools Reach basic agreements with participants on a framework for the network 3 Unleash the regional structure Embed regional approach in KS operations e g programs lands in service Build out three regions two existing one new with staff plans and targets Goal Two Improved educational system 4 Formalize key statewide relationships Reach basic agreements with UH and DOE on statewide relationship Initiate one pilot project with UH to advance shared outcomes 5 Normalize lelo Hawai i throughout KS Initiate Hawaiian language program for staff Coordinate lelo Hawai i program with ongoing educational initiatives on each campus Goal Three Native Hawaiian identity 6 Adopt cultural principles Finalize Hawaiian cultural principles for org wide implementation Incorporate principles in operational plans including education and lands 7 Reorganize our leadership Realign leadership at the group and divisional level Establish cross functional leadership teams throughout the organization Goal Four High performing Native Hawaiian organization 8 Align and inspire our workforce Initiate employee engagement program Build positive inspired work environments through improved leadership and manager skills 9 Adopt enterprise resource management system Implement finance and impact models for planning evaluation data and reporting Adopt portfolio approaches and reporting to educational spending and investments Goal Five Impact driven resource management 10 Build an advancement

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/sp2020/ten_actions_for_2015-2016/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Document | SP2020 | Kamehameha Schools
    Uniforms Learning centers and archives KS Connect Community education Find a program for your child KS preschools Distance Learning Ka Pua Initiative Help and support Admissions and enrollment Financial aid and scholarships Ho oulu Hawaiian Data Center KS resource centers Endowment About our endowment Commercial real estate Agriculture and conservation Alumni Pauahi Foundation Giving opportunities About us About Kamehameha Schools About Pauahi Trustees and executives I Mua Newsroom Publications and resources Kamehameha Schools Strategic Plan 2015 2020 Kamehameha Publishing Charles Reed Bishop Trust Find a job at KS Join our mailing list Contact us Language English lelo Hawai i Kūhanauna A generation on the rise Cover Letter from the Trustees Introduction Vision Statement Strategic Plan 2015 2020 Educational Pathway Milestones Goal 1 Goal 2 Goal 3 Goal 4 Goal 5 Kūhanauna Letter from the Trustees Introduction Vision Statement Strategic Plan 2015 2020 Educational Pathway Milestones Goal 1 Network of Native Hawaiian Schools Goal 2 Improved Educational System Goal 3 Native Hawaiian Identity Goal 4 High Performing Native Hawaiian Organization Goal 5 Impact Driven Resource Management Kūhanauna PDF Campus education KS Hawai i KS Kapālama KS Maui Tri campus success stories Uniforms Learning centers and archives KS Connect Community education Find

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/sp2020/document/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Videos | SP2020 | Kamehameha Schools
    2020 Timeline Ten actions for 2015 2016 SP2020 document Videos News and updates Strategic Plan 2000 2015 accomplishments For KS employees Campus education KS Hawai i KS Kapālama KS Maui Tri campus success stories Uniforms Learning centers and archives KS Connect Community education Find a program for your child KS preschools Distance Learning Ka Pua Initiative Help and support Admissions and enrollment Financial aid and scholarships Ho oulu Hawaiian Data Center KS resource centers Endowment About our endowment Commercial real estate Agriculture and conservation Alumni Pauahi Foundation Giving opportunities About us About Kamehameha Schools About Pauahi Trustees and executives I Mua Newsroom Publications and resources Kamehameha Schools Strategic Plan 2015 2020 Kamehameha Publishing Charles Reed Bishop Trust Find a job at KS Join our mailing list Contact us Learn more about our Vision 2040 and our plans for generational change Campus education KS Hawai i KS Kapālama KS Maui Tri campus success stories Uniforms Learning centers and archives KS Connect Community education Find a program for your child KS preschools Distance Learning Ka Pua Initiative Help and support Admissions and enrollment Financial aid and scholarships Ho oulu Hawaiian Data Center KS resource centers Endowment About our endowment Commercial real estate

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/sp2020/videos/ (2016-02-15)
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