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  • About our endowment | Kamehameha Schools
    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 About our endowment Purpose Kamehameha Schools endowment exists to support our educational mission to fulfill Pauahi s desire of creating educational opportunities in perpetuity to improve the capability and well being of people of Hawaiian ancestry Background Pauahi s estate encompasses more than 363 000 acres throughout Hawai i approximately 169 000 acres zoned for agriculture 189 158 acres in conservation 15 000 acres in commercial and 3 000 residential acres and generates income to serve more than 48 000 learners and caregivers per year All Kamehameha Schools land based and investment decisions are filtered through a set of five core principles culture community education economics and environment This balanced approach to decision making ensures the perpetuation of Pauahi s legacy her lands and the execution of her will Kuleana Commercial real estate Kamehameha Schools commercially zoned properties make up less than 1 percent of its total landholdings of 363 649 acres Income produced by these commercial properties equates to approximately 28 percent of the trust s total annual revenues generated Visit our commercial real estate website to learn more Agriculture and conservation The land assets division has kuleana responsibility for approximately 358 000 acres of agriculture and conservation land spanning five Hawaiian islands This equates to 98 percent of Kamehameha Schools total land holdings Visit our land assets division website to learn more Financial assets division The financial assets division manages 66 percent of Kamehameha Schools endowment FAD overseas all non Hawaiian real estate assets and investments in a diversified global portfolio using external investment managers

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/endowment/about_our_endowment/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Kamehameha Schools Commercial Real Estate
    363 000 acres of land statewide Properties in the commercial portfolio include some of the state s largest shopping centers hotels and resorts as well as office and industrial properties As a legacy landowner with a unique kama āina perspective Kamehameha Schools actively manages and develops its real estate in order to enhance value and provide operational revenue to educate more than 47 000 Native Hawaiian learners each year Sign

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/commercialrealestate/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Kamehameha Schools Land Assets Division
    been proudly offering Kona coffee since 1993 when she acquired her 10 acre agricultural lease from Kamehameha Schools right in the middle of the Kona coffee belt Read more At Kamehameha Schools we have made a major commitment to steward our lands and natural resources Through optimizing the balance of educational cultural economic environmental and community returns we strive to manage our lands in an ethical prudent ecologically and culturally appropriate manner to assure such resources are available in perpetuity To achieve this balanced approached Kamehameha Schools completed its 2009 Strategic Agricultural Plan to provide a vision and framework for the short and long term management of our agricultural lands across the state The plan recognizes the value of promoting local agriculture an industry ripe with potential to provide reliable food sources local jobs and a sustainable future for Hawai i Stay in the loop Sign up to receive email updates about Kamehameha Schools endowment Email Address First Name Last Name Zip Code Strategic Agricultural Plan Guided by our 2009 Strategic Agricultural Plan Kamehameha Schools strives to be an agricultural leader in Hawai i and enhance the state s independence from imported goods and services More info Supporting Farmers Partnering

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  • About Kamehameha Schools | Kamehameha Schools
    use the land to educate her people Today her endowment supports an educational system that serves thousands of Hawaiian learners in Hawai i and across the nation Our educational mission The mission of Kamehameha Schools is to improve the capability and well being of Hawaiians through education We achieve our mission by operating an educational system serving over 6 900 students of Hawaiian ancestry at K 12 campuses on O ahu Maui and Hawai i island and at 31 preschool sites statewide We also extend our educational reach into the community to serve over 40 000 additional learners annually through a range of programs and community collaborations These efforts include community charter school support and literacy enhancement programs for public school children making KS the largest private contributor to Hawai i s public school system Our educational outreach also includes preschool K 12 and post high scholarships enabling Hawaiian learners to attend educational institutions outside of the KS system Our endowment Approximately 98 percent of the support for our educational programs comes from our endowment fund Program tuition and fees are nominal and the majority of students receive financial aid or scholarships A global diversified financial assets portfolio makes up two thirds of Kamehameha s endowment Hawai i retail hotel industrial and office properties comprise the remaining third To ensure that the endowment continues to provide educational opportunities to our people in perpetuity KS takes a long term approach to its investments and practices prudent management of its trust spending By policy we target our annual educational spending at 4 percent of the endowment s value to balance the needs of the current generation of with those of the future Learn more about our endowment Our lands As Hawai i s largest private landowner KS is responsible for the stewardship

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  • Trustees and executive leadership | Kamehameha Schools
    Screening Committee will present a list of three candidates to the Probate Court From that list the Court will name the new trustee The appointee would qualify for a five year term and could be eligible for an additional five year term to be determined by the Court Read the full news release Want to know more about how the court s trustee selection process works See our infographic Interested in applying for the job More details about the position including how to apply The Board of Trustees In accordance with the will of Bernice Pauahi Bishop the governance of Kamehameha Schools rests with a board of trustees The board of trustees provides the strategic direction and focus necessary to fulfill and sustain the vision mission and values of Kamehameha Schools Composed of five individuals equally vested with the responsibility and duty of collectively carrying out the testamentary will of Bernice Pauahi Bishop the sole purpose of the board is to set policy In accordance with Kamehameha s organizational structure the day to day management of the institution rests with a board appointed chief executive officer and his or her chosen managerial staff Trustee Robert K W H Nobriga Chairman Trustee Corbett A K Kalama Vice Chairman Trustee Micah A Kāne Secretary Treasurer Trustee Lance Keawe Wilhelm Chief Executive Officer The CEO is responsible for the leadership administration management and effectiveness of Kamehameha Schools operations including planning coordinating and directing the implementation of the KS strategic plan all other strategic plans and the policies goals and objectives set by the trustees Livingston Jack Wong Chief Executive Officer Aha Kūlia Kamehameha Schools Executive Leadership Team Kamehameha s organizational structure is comprised of seven major operating groups with the leader of each group reporting directly to the CEO The CEO and his seven direct reports comprise Aha Kūlia which means a council that strives or makes a great effort The seven groups are Education Administration Communications Community Engagement and Resources Finance Legal and Strategy and Innovation Education Group The Education Group delivers educational programs services and support at KS campuses and preschools in community and cultural programs and through networks and systems work Holoua Stender Ed D Executive Vice President of Education Administration Group The Administration Group oversees key enterprise wide administrative services and functions including human resources information technology facilities enterprise risk and safety and certain educational supports Darrel R Hoke Executive Vice President of Administration Communications Group The Communications Group protects and advances KS brand and builds positive relationships with key stakeholders through its four divisions Creative Services Communications Community Relations and Kamehameha Publishing Kevin N Cockett Vice President of Communications and Chief Communications Officer Community Engagement and Resources Group Community Engagement and Resources uses a systems and community based approach to design and implement education outreach and land strategies that address specific needs in nine regions statewide Kāʻeo Duarte Ph D Vice President of Community Engagement and Resources Finance Group The Finance Group oversees the financial resources of the

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  • I Mua Newsroom | Kamehameha Schools
    Newsroom each Friday leading up to Easter See story February 9 2016 Workshops to focus on energy education in the classroom Attention Maui and Hawaiʻi island teachers The free workshops will focus on integrating energy education into your curriculum and include a classroom kit valued at over 300 See story February 4 2016 Weekly Lent devotionals feature messages of faith from the KS ʻohana Celebrate the coming of Easter by downloading weekly Lent devotionals created by nā kahu o Kamehameha Each Hawaiian focused devotional includes scripture a prayer a hymn and manaʻo on how to draw God closer in your everyday life See story February 3 2016 KSK haumāna develop energy saving proposals in annual Microgrid Challenge Economics students learn about energy efficiency sustainability and possible career paths by connecting with non campus KS professionals See story February 2 2016 KS Maui s Kanoa wins school level Poetry Out Loud contest KSM senior Kiana Kanoa winner of the school level Poetry Out Loud National Recitation Contest will be competing at the state level at St Andrew s Cathedral s Tenney Theater on Feb 21 See story January 29 2016 New summer program will sharpen student math skills Kilohana is a five week regionally focused program for students in Wai anae and West Hawai i that uses a Hawaiian culture based approach to cultivate college readiness and teach an intensive math curriculum See story January 29 2016 KS cultivates a cultural space at Keauhou Bay KS has transformed its former commercial property at Keauhou Bay damaged by the 2011 tsunami into a natural space filled with lush native Hawaiian foliage See story January 28 2016 KS alum delivers Harry Potter inspired commencement address at UHWO KS Kapālama 2005 graduate Marissa Pagud encourages her classmates to always find the light on their path to happiness See story January 28 2016 Summer program applications are due Feb 16 Applications are being accepted for KS Explorations Series summer school and new Kilohana Wai anae and West Hawai i programs See story January 26 2016 Mahiʻai Match Up agricultural business plan contest seeks innovative farmers KS and the Pauahi Foundation invite farmers ranchers and other agricultural entrepreneurs to enter the contest which will award 35 000 in seed money The entry deadline is Feb 29 See story View more stories Alumni news Get news about births weddings and other personal and professional alumni achievement View alumni news Alumni galleries See photos from Alumni Week gatherings and other class events View alumni galleries I Mua galleries Midkiff Learning Center celebrates Chinese New Year KSK students take part in Kuʻi 2016 at the State Capitol Something New SALT showcases Kakaʻako eateries 2016 Charles Reed Bishop Founder s Day Celebration View more I Mua galleries Videos Sing along with the Lent week 1 hīmeni Sing along with the Ash Wednesday hīmeni Nā kahu o Kamehameha introduce their Lent devotional series Hālau Kupukupu Innovations Academy 2016 radio commercial View more videos Calendar Feb 15 HOLIDAY President s Day Feb

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  • Publications and resources | Kamehameha Schools
    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 Publications and resources Publications Annual Reports I Mua Magazine print archive Publishers Kamehameha Publishing SPI reports SPI current projects Fact sheets Hawai i Campus Kapālama Campus Maui Campus Strategic direction Will and codicils Mission and vision Strategic Plan 2000 2015 Strategic Plan update Materials and resources Literacy Instruction and Support Additional resources KS organization chart 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

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  • Kamehameha Schools Strategic Plan 2015-2020 | SP2020 | Kamehameha Schools
    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 SP2020 is a five year strategic plan that will guide Kamehameha Schools from 2015 to 2020 The plan marks a starting point toward Vision 2040 which envisions success for all Native Hawaiian learners This site provides a repository of information related to SP2020 Where we are now February Working definitions of SP2020 terminology shared with staff in the employees section of this website See timeline 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 News and updates January 11 2016 Abad is named director of KS Network of Native Hawaiian Schools Abad will work with schools to design and develop a network that advances culture based education View more news and updates The plan View the SP2020 document For KS employees The employees only part of this site offers more information that is relevant mostly to staff such as Definition of what a program is Strategic report summary Organizational changes Annual plan summary Action plans and regional plans View more information for KS employees Campus education KS Hawai i KS Kapālama KS Maui Tri campus success stories Uniforms

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