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  • Category | Newsroom | Kamehameha Schools
    12 will also feature ono eats entertainment and plenty of keiki activities July 2 2015 New KS Service Awards tradition pays tribute to Princess Pauahi Kawaiahaʻo Plaza service awardees gather at Mauna ʻAla to honor KS founder Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop and the Hawaiian language and culture she held so dear June 30 2015 The top 10 reasons KS had a fab fiscal year It s been a fabulous fiscal year for KS and its community partners From supporting charter school accreditation to protecting the endangered ʻIʻiwi bird KS has made tremendous strides toward fulfilling its mission June 26 2015 Mō ili ili Summer Fest to feature food shopping bon dancing Honolulu s biggest bon dance is happening at the Mō ili ili Summer Fest on Friday July 3 from 5 00 to 10 30 p m at the old Varsity Theatre parking lot June 25 2015 Kahalu u Ma Kai project reaches entitlement milestone The Hawai i County Planning Department gives KS the green light to proceed with Kahalu u Ma Kai a cultural education complex on the former Keauhou Beach Resort June 18 2015 New kahu is named at KS Hawai i Hawai i island Kahu Brian Kaunaloa Boshard has been named the new chaplain of Kamehameha Schools Hawai i He begins his new role on July 14 2015 June 18 2015 KS Maui earns HMSA Kaimana Award HMSA recently presented KS Maui with a Kaimana Award for all around excellence in academics athletics community service healthy activities and sportsmanship June 16 2015 Kamehameha surf team wins second straight national title The KS surf team took home the 2015 National Scholastic Surfing Association Interscholastic Championship held at Salt Creek Dana Point California June 15 2015 KS Kapālama valedictorian earns top academic honors This story and ʻŌiwi TV video capture the intelligence perseverance and humility of Kawena Hirayama who was recently recognized as one of the nation s most distinguished graduating high school seniors by being named a 2015 U S Presidential Scholar June 15 2015 Energy and agriculture to coexist in Kawailoa By the end of 2016 renewable energy company SunEdison will open a 50 megawatt solar farm on KS land in Kawailoa that will also feed sheep June 11 2015 Kamehameha Day is steeped in history This weekend all of Hawaiʻi will honor our schools namesake Kamehameha I Read about the history of this celebration and see the schedule of this weekend s events including the Kamehameha Statue lei draping and floral parade June 10 2015 Scott Topping named Executive VP of Finance Kamehameha Schools CEO Jack Wong has named Scott Topping as Executive Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer effective June 10 2015 June 10 2015 Waʻa Wednesday Hawaiʻi delegation shares youth declaration with native schools in Aotearoa KS staffers join a Hawaiian focused public charter school delegation to share the Indigenous Youth Declaration with Aotearoa schools and to support Hōkūle a s voyage to Australia June 5 2015 KS Hawai i s Kūpa

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  • ‘KS Forever’ philosophy leads to wins on the court, in classroom | Kamehameha Schools
    get away It s been quite the ride he said but I enjoy every minute of it Blake who marks his 15th year of service to KS as a science teacher at KS Kapālama has spent 13 of those years as head of KSK s girl s volleyball team arguably one of the best programs in Hawai i girl s volleyball history Prior to accepting the head coaching position at Kapālama Blake spent three seasons as an assistant under Ann Kang at Iolani and in the late 90s at KSK under Dan Kitashima His coaching experience however began at Kapālama on the boy s side during the 1992 1993 school year alongside Reydan Tita Ahuna and her staff In October the Warriors captured their 20th girl s state championship and eighth with Blake at the helm defeating Iolani in a five set thriller Honestly I don t think it was our best game we ve played better ones but it was the best game we could play at the time said Blake He said that the culminating moment for he and assistant coaches Rebekah Torres Koala Matsuoka and Lesli Akeo came between sets four and five when senior Brooke Kaawa and junior Kayla Afoa took control of the huddle around the bench We were on the outside looking in and they were saying all the things that would ve came out of our mouths and that to me was it The girls internalized everything and you know the things that were said were taken to heart because they were able to execute Blake added Trophies and accolades aside for Blake the real success as a coach is seeing former players and managers move on to the next level of play and then return to Kekūhaupi o Gym to give back to the current roster The strength of our team is our team We talk about playing with one heart with each other and for each other he said I tell the girls every season you want to not only play for the girls who are on your team but the ones that came before you and the ones that ll come after you Off the court Blake utilizes his degree in physics and physical science from the University of Hawai i at Mānoa as head of KSK s science department and teacher of all things physics He also heads a year long science elective Mālama Honua which came about after talk of the science department looking for ways to diversify its offerings The course designed to give students the opportunity to experience the Earth through huaka i while identifying examining and working to come up with solutions to various sustainability issues also follows the Polynesian Voyaging Society s Mālama Honua World Wide Voyage which Blake added allows his students to see sustainability on a global level Only in its second year of instruction Mālama Honua has already taken Blake and his haumāna on huaka i to Aotearoa to meet up

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  • Nahale-a is named senior director of regional strategies for Hawaiʻi island | Kamehameha Schools
    senior director of regional strategies for Hawai i island The new position is part of the Community Engagement Resources Group CE R a new addition to the KS organizational structure working to connect programs services lands and resources with communities KS interacts with and helps support Most recently Nahale a served as director of the Laupahoehoe Community Public Charter School and currently serves on the Presidential Scholars Commission appointed by President Obama Nahale a started in his new role on November 16 and oversees all CE R operations for West and East Hawai i As senior director Nahale a is tasked with facilitating the formation of the East Hawai i regional structure a key action item of CE R s strategic goals for its Strategic Plan 2020 SP2020 He is also responsible for the effective coordination and execution of new and existing programs and initiatives implemented as part of the new plan I am pleased that Alapaki has accepted the role of Sr Director for Moku o Keawe Said Kā eo Duarte VP of Community Engagement and Resources He comes to CE R with an impressive blend of education community and land expertise Prior to joining KS Nahale a spent over 20 years serving the community in a variety of roles He was the director and chairman of the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands Trust DHHL East Hawai i DHHL commissioner director of Kā Umeke Kā eo Immersion Public Charter School chairperson of the County of Hawai i Cultural Resources Commission board member of the Native Hawaiian Legal Corporation and executive director of the Hawai i Charter Schools Network I am excited and honored to join the CE R ohana said Nahale a I look forward to working with our team and the community to thoughtfully develop the best path

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/imua/article/nahale-a-is-named-senior-director-of-regional-strategies-for-hawaii-island/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Share the second KS Advent devotional – Peace | Kamehameha Schools
    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 This week s Advent devotional theme is Maluhia Peace Each devotional includes a scripture reading message prayer keiki lesson and hymn KS Cultural Specialist Hauʻoli Akaka above provided cultural guidance to the chaplains for the Advent series Share the second KS Advent devotional Peace By Nadine Lagaso December 4 2015 This week s message on Place is by KSK Kahu Kordell Kekoa Kamehameha Schools has created a set of Hawaiian focused devotionals for the four weeks of Advent and Christmas Eve This week s devotional by KSK Kahu Kordell Kekoa focuses on Place Share the devotionals with family and friends Each devotional includes A scripture reading in olelo Hawai i Hawaiian language and English Some mana o thoughts Questions to ponder A pule prayer A lesson pule and activity especially for keiki A hīmeni hymn with corresponding video For details on the devotionals including introduction and usage videos see the initial I Mua Newsroom story In the video below KS Kapālama Kahu Kordell Kekoa and son Kalaniaukai sing the suggested hīmeni for the second week of Advent Betelehema Iki Ē or O Little Town of Bethlehem Advent Week 2 Theme Maluhia Peace Hīmeni O Little Town of Bethlehem Kamehameha Schools has created a set of Hawaiian focused devotionals for the four weeks of Advent Share them with family and friends Each devotional includes a scripture reading some manaʻo thoughts questions to ponder a pule prayer a keiki lesson and an hīmeni hymn In this video KS Kapālama Kahu Kordell Kekoa and son Kalaniaukai a KS alumnus

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/imua/article/share-the-second-ks-advent-devotional-peace/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Pani ka Puka: One day; one wall; 1,000 people | Kamehameha Schools
    3 2015 Paepae o He eia workers Benjamin Zablan Kinohi Pizarro and Ikaika Wise uhauhumu pōhaku position stones to restore the wall KS owns the ancient fishpond located in Kāneʻohe Bay Photo by Kalei Nu uhiwa Kamehameha Schools is asking its staff students alumni and the community to k kua its community partner Paepae o He eia in an effort to pani ka puka close the gap in the wall of He eia Fishpond to increase its ability to produce food for the community Paepae o He eia a private non profit organization dedicated to caring for the KS owned fishpond has sent out a kāhea throughout Hawai i requesting k kua from at least 1 000 people a significant move toward the sustainability and identity of Hawai i s people and its future We see Pani ka Puka as a great cooperative effort that brings together the resources of the community that will paepae or uplift the future of Hawai i s people and promote sustainability said KS Chief Executive Officer Jack Wong Kamehameha Schools asks all families to consider being a part of this collective effort The gathering of people for the huge endeavor reflects traditional community efforts that were once coordinated to care for Hawai i s people Research shows that it s been nearly two centuries since such a large task has been conducted On December 12 history will be repeated when people of Hawai i once again stand in a single file line spanning more than 2 000 feet passing p haku from hand to hand to restore the fertility and abundance of the fishpond a vital food resource Our stories tell us that Hawaiian fishponds were built by hundreds of people passing p haku to build a wall for a unique form of aquaculture found nowhere else in the world said Hi ilei Kawelo executive director of Paepae o He eia The technologically advanced technique of using fishponds once provided food for thousands of people and entire communities This is an effort that will help set a firm foundation for our present and future generations The puka formed by a flood in 1965 originally spanned 200 feet of the fishpond wall The hands and hearts of many are wanted and needed to put the finishing touches on the repair Come and be a part of this monumental gathering to restore an 800 year old pond back to productivity Please visit www paepaeoheeia org to register for participation Pani ka Puka Completion Event WHAT KS community partner Paepae o He eia is seeking 1 000 people to be part of a monumental community effort to restore the 800 year old He eia Fishpond back to productivity Volunteers will stand in a single file line and pass buckets of coral and pōhaku stones from the land to the puka a distance of more than 2 000 feet WHEN Saturday Dec 12 9 to 11 a m WHERE He eia Fishpond Kāneʻohe Bay Oʻahu REGISTRATION All volunteers

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  • Keli‘i Anderson is named controller | 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 Keli i Anderson is named controller By CRC Staff November 16 2015 Our immediate priorities are centralizing and automating our travel and business expense process enhancing our reporting to align with our new organizational structure SP2020 and assisting our users through all the current fiscal year changes Keli i Anderson KS Controller Keli i Anderson has been promoted to the position of controller He will now oversee the Controller Division and will play a key role as a member of KS Finance team Anderson joined KS in 2010 as financial reporting manager overseeing internal and external reporting and working on special projects including SP2020 Prior to joining KS he was an audit manager with Deloitte Touche LLP As controller he is responsible for strong organization wide financial policies internal controls and accounting operations The Controller Division recently implemented a major PeopleSoft financial system upgrade giving Anderson a firm foundation to build upon Our immediate priorities are centralizing and automating our travel and business expense process enhancing our reporting to align with our new organizational structure SP2020 and assisting our users through all the current fiscal year changes he said Raised in Kailua and currently residing in Kaka ako Anderson is a 1998 graduate of KS Kapālama He earned a bachelor s degree in accounting and an MBA in finance from University of the Pacific Anderson is also a certified public accounting in Hawai i and is a member of the Hawai i Society of CPAs and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants When he s not

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  • Taste of the Hawaiian Range promotes a sustainable food future | Kamehameha Schools
    Director of the West Hawai i Region Jamee Miller Taste of the Hawaiian Range promotes a sustainable food future By Kau i Burgess October 23 2015 Ippy s Hawaiian Barbeque serves up lamb confit to the more than 2 000 foodies at the event A Hilton Waikoloa Village chef prepares the beef to create citrus marinated steam ship tacos The steam ship tacos prepared by the Hilton Waikoloa Village were a hit West Hawai i staff of the Kamehameha Schools Community Engagement and Resources Group greeted foodies with aloha as they shared information about agricultural initiatives and local and sustainable food production taking place on KS lands at the recent Taste of the Hawaiian Range More than 2 000 locals and visitors showed up to engage their taste buds at the range grown food event held at the Hilton Waikoloa Village Hotel The purpose of the event is to foster more communication between food producers and chefs says event chair Jeri Moniz Sixty culinary stations and vendor booths were set up showcasing local products from ranchers and farmers of the island Participating chefs from O ahu Maui and Hawai i island cooked up lamb confit grilled adobo mac nut inamona steamship tacos smoked beef tongue barbecued mountain oysters and more It s great to see farmers and ranchers who tend to and mālama Pauahi s lands at the event says Perry Kealoha senior asset manager in the KS West Hawai i region They re the reason we continue to support Taste of the Hawaiian Range West Hawai i staffers distributed chips made of sweet potato grown on Kamehameha Schools East Hawai i lands by agricultural lessee Atebara Chip Company The chips were a hit and complimented the Sugai Farms and Buddha s Cup coffee being served on both sides of

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  • KS and Chaminade join forces to cultivate Native Hawaiian STEM scholars | Kamehameha Schools
    Yim and KS VP of Strategy and Innovation Lauren Nahme KS and Chaminade join forces to cultivate Native Hawaiian STEM scholars By Elizabeth Ahana September 23 2015 Chaminade biology major and KS scholarship recipient Hulali Kinilau and classmates L R Victoria Alakaʻi Sharmayne Kamaka and Zachary Consillio shared their career goals at the signing event The educational partnership is rooted in five key areas scholarship support curriculum initiatives research outreach and wraparound services and support To prepare Native Hawaiian students pursuing degrees in the Science Technology Engineering and Math STEM disciplines Chaminade University of Honolulu CUH and Kamehameha Schools KS recently formalized their partnership in a signing ceremony at Chaminade University This partnership is critical for us said KS CEO Jack Wong Our relationship with Chaminade is not new but formalizing our work together going forward allows us to take our relationship to the next level The agreement between KS and CUH aligns directly with Goal 2 of Kamehameha s Strategic Plan 2020 SP2020 to formalize key statewide partnerships This educational collaboration creates unprecedented leadership in industry opportunities for Native Hawaiian students attending CUH seeking STEM related degrees This partnership will change the Lāhui said RaeDeen Keahiolalo Karasuda Ph D Chaminade University director for the Office of Native Hawaiian Partnerships What we want to see is a cadre of 100 Native Hawaiian scientists who can essentially take over the landscape be voices at the table influence policy and change practices The partnership is rooted in five key areas scholarship support curriculum initiatives research outreach and wraparound services and support KS Vice President of Strategy and Innovation Lauren Nahme sees Chaminade University as a vital post high incubator toward four year completion and readiness for career or further studies Both academic and non academic support such as tutoring mentoring financial support

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