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  • New KS Service Awards tradition pays tribute to Princess Pauahi | Kamehameha Schools
    culminated with a group singing competition à la Kamehameha s annual Song Contest Beginning the day at Mauna ʻAla was a special way to honor and mahalo Pauahi for the opportunity to serve Kamehameha Schools We are reminded that there have been many who have come before us and have paved the way for the good work that we do each day Winona White KS Vice President of Human Resources A new Kamehameha Schools Service Awards tradition pays homage to the schools beloved founder Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop and the Hawaiian language and culture she held so dear KS service award honorees based at Kawaiaha o Plaza KS Honolulu headquarters recently became the first to commemorate their milestone years at Mauna Ala the final resting place of the princess The trust s Human Resources and Ho okahua Cultural Vibrancy groups partnered to orchestrate the inaugural Mauna Ala ceremony Their goal was to create an experience that is uniquely Kamehameha as KS continues to transform into a high performing mission driven Native Hawaiian organization The cultural journey of the honorees began a month ago when papahana workshops were offered to prepare them for their special day Each workshop touched upon the history and significance of Mauna Ala proper ho okupu ceremonial gift protocol mele songs and an oli chant A special ho okupu workshop on the day before the ceremony taught interested employees how to gather palapalai fern to make lei and lā ī ti leaves to make pū olo traditional lei carriers On the morning of the ceremony service awardees stood outside the gates of Mauna Ala and offered the Kamehameha Schools staff oli chant Nā Kini Pua Lei Mamo Hawai i Generations of Hawaiian Youth Blossoming Forth Once upon the sacred ground honorees were given time to reflect on their collective contributions to KS and to reaffirm their commitment to Pauahi s legacy Their mele oli and lei were presented as ho okupu in honor of Princess Pauahi at her gravesite While I was initially reluctant to attend the ceremony because of our busy workload at the end of the fiscal year I m so glad that I did says KS Financial Analyst Richard Gomoto a 10 year service awardee It brought perspective to all the work that we do here at KS Vice President of Human Resources Winona White believes that the new Service Awards tradition honors the past present and future of the organization Beginning the day at Mauna Ala was a special way to honor and mahalo Pauahi for the opportunity to serve Kamehameha Schools says White We are reminded that there have been many who have come before us and have paved the way for the good work that we do each day Our work will benefit future generations who will serve Pauahi s legacy long after we are gone this is our legacy of service After the ceremony the honorees joined the rest of the KP employee ohana for a luncheon at the Ka

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/imua/article/new-ks-service-awards-tradition-pays-tribute-to-pauahi/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Category | Features | Kamehameha Schools
    advertising and design work created in Hawaiʻi May 13 2015 Eat with Endowment leaves a moo ving impression on KP employees Kawaiahaʻo Plaza employees were mooved by the latest Eat with Endowment presentation which focused on local beef production May 13 2015 From Waʻa to Classroom Nainoa Thompson visits Kamehameha Schools Master Navigator Nainoa Thompson president of the Polynesian Voyaging Society recently engaged KS Kapālama High School science students in a two hour conversation about the Mālama Honua Worldwide Voyage May 7 2015 KS Kapālama students learn lessons from UH student athletes Five University of Hawai i student athletes recently shared some knowledge about sports academics college life and representing their Polynesian heritage with a group of nearly 100 middle school students at the KS Kapālama Kalama Dining Hall April 27 2015 Hawaii News Now to broadcast live from Haleʻiwa The Hawaii News Now Sunrise crew will broadcast live from Haleʻiwa Store Lots on Friday May 1 to mark the official opening of the 27 000 square foot commercial center April 21 2015 Tammy Nakao named Director of Talent Management Formerly of Hawaiian Electric Company Tammy Nakao has joined Kamehameha Schools as the director of Talent Management in the Human Resources Group April 15 2015 Foodies flock to Something New to sample farm to chef cuisine Nine celebrity chefs showcased their culinary skills by preparing dishes using a specially selected ingredients grown by farmers on Kamehameha lands April 14 2015 KS alumni earn top honors at Merrie Monarch hula competition KS alumni who have earned the rank of kumu hula led their hālau to victory at the recent Merrie Monarch Festival hula competition in Hilo More than half of the hula kahiko and auana awards were won by alumni and their hālau April 9 2015 Pauahi s children will honor her legacy at Merrie Monarch Festival KS alumni will share their passion for hula Hawaiian language and culture at this week s Merrie Monarch Festival in Hilo Find out who s competing and view the event s live telecast and online streaming schedule April 8 2015 KS North Shore Plan is revitalizing the region A new ʻŌiwi TV video illustrates the progress of the plan in the areas of natural resource restoration alternative energy community building and more April 7 2015 Leadership program seeks applicants Applications are due May 30 for the First Nations Futures Program a year long fellowship that cultivates emerging leaders who have a passion for land stewardship March 24 2015 Our Kaka ako is the stage for HOT s Siren Song Hawaii Opera Theatre s Siren Song will have its last performances on March 27 28 and 29 at 445 Cooke St in Our Kakaʻako March 24 2015 Share KS Seventh Lent devotional This week s Hawaiian focused Lent devotional features the manaʻo of KS Maui Cultural Protocol Facilitator Ekela Kaniʻaupio Crozier March 20 2015 Share KS sixth Lent devotional KS has created a series of Hawaiian focused devotionals for the season of Lent This week

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/imua/list/cat/C33/P25/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Category | Features | Kamehameha Schools
    March 5 2015 Share KS fourth Lent devotional KS has created a series of Hawaiian focused devotionals for the season of Lent This week s devotional features the manaʻo of KS Director of Admissions Pua Fernandez March 5 2015 KS middle schoolers carry on the traditions of Makahiki Haumāna from all three KS campuses gathered on Molokaʻi for Ka Moloka i Makahiki held on the traditional Makahiki grounds of Nā iwa on the north side of the island February 28 2015 Mahi ai Match Up contest winners share 40 000 in seed money Two budding young businesses will share 40 000 in seed money as the winners of the Mahi ai Match Up Agricultural Business Plan Contest sponsored by KS and the Pauahi Foundation February 27 2015 Share KS third Lent devotional KS has created a series of Hawaiian focused devotionals for the season of Lent This week s devotional features the manaʻo of KS Campus Education VP Dr Rod Chamberlain February 26 2015 KS tops the nation in board certified teachers Eleven KS educators achieved certification by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards bringing the number of certified teachers at KS to 67 more than any other private school system in the nation February 24 2015 Hale iwa Store Lots names reflect the region s history The name Haleʻiwa has long been associated with the spirit of hospitality generosity and caring for the needs of people Kamehameha Schools honored the history of this North Shore community when naming the structures and features at Hale iwa Store Lots February 20 2015 Share KS second Lent devotional Kamehameha Schools has created a series of Hawaiian focused devotionals for the season of Lent to honor the deep Christian faith of KS founder Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop February 20 2015 KS college scholarship application deadlines are fast approaching College scholarship applications are now available for the 2015 2016 school year through KS Financial Aid and Scholarship Services Division Read on for tips on how to complete a successful application February 19 2015 New video gallery showcases the best of KS Sharing the stories of Kamehameha Schools is the goal of its new video gallery accessible through KSOnline and the I Mua Newsroom February 17 2015 KS creates Hawaiian focused Lent devotionals KS has created Hawaiian focused devotionals for Lent to honor the deep Christian faith of KS founder Princess Pauahi February 11 2015 KS financial aid workshops will offer kōkua to college applicants KS is helping to make college affordable and accessible for Wai anae Coast students by hosting free financial aid workshops on February 14 and March 21 at its Community Learning Center at Nānākuli February 11 2015 SALT construction is underway in Kakaʻako KS has started construction on SALT a curated retail and food destination opening this fall in Our Kakaʻako Located at Keawe and Auahi streets SALT will feature 65 000 square feet of commercial space housing an eclectic mix of roughly 50 local retailers eateries and boutiques It

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/imua/list/cat/C33/P50/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Category | Features | Kamehameha Schools
    promote Yes on 4 a campaign aimed at providing a high quality preschool education to island keiki September 2 2014 Hawaiʻi honors the life of Queen Liliʻuokalani September 2 marks 176 years since the birth of Queen Liliʻuokalani the last reigning monarch of the Hawaiian Kingdom To this day Liliʻu remains an enduring symbol of hope for her people August 17 2014 KS shares land stewardship strategies at state convention The Hawaiʻi Conservation Conference is fertile ground for natural resource management networking and learning the latest in ecosystem conservation August 15 2014 Desha trust bequeaths 500 000 to KS The David and Julia Desha Trust bequeathed 500 000 to KS The endowment fund will be managed by Ke Ali i Pauahi Foundation to help create educational opportunities for Native Hawaiians August 14 2014 KS Hawaiʻi provides relief to storm victims in the spirit of kahiau Over 70 Kamehameha Schools employees 200 students and their families were severely impacted by Tropical Storm Iselle which tore through Hawaiʻi Island s Puna region on August 6 The KS Hawaiʻi ʻohana is sharing ice showers food and supplies with them the spirit of kahiau selfless giving August 13 2014 Jamile is named HR senior director Senior Director of Human Resources Cliff Jamile will oversee employee and labor relations client services recruitment and staffing and HR compliance August 6 2014 SP 2020 action planning teams are up and running More than 90 KS employees are being mobilized to take the organization into the next phase of strategic planning June 30 2014 Developing The Leader You Were Waiting For The First Nations Futures program helps emerging leaders build their capacity and skill set to further serve Native Hawaiian communities June 24 2014 Kakaʻako Agora Indoor public park fosters creativity and innovation Kamehameha Schools and community collaborator Interisland Terminal recently celebrated the opening of Kakaʻako Agora Honolulu s first urban indoor public park Located at 441 Cooke St the once empty warehouse is now a 3 225 square foot agora gathering place devoted to arts and culture May 20 2014 Over 60 staffers lead indigenous education workshops at WiPC E Over 60 KS staffers are sharing their expertise on everything from culturally responsive curriculum to place based learning at this week s World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education WiPC E April 24 2014 Celebrating the life of the Merrie Monarch Merrie Monarch The mere whisper of this name may lead the listener down a vast corridor of thoughts images and emotions Some of us will be making the trek to Hilo to enjoy this week s festivities while most of us will be watching comfortably from our homes April 16 2014 UH Hilo documents KSH Senior Legacy projects KS Hawai i alumni share their perspectives about Senior Legacy projects as part of a University of Hawai i at Hilo Applied Learning Experiences online project VIDEO April 8 2014 KSH takes steps to encourage selfless giving Kamehameha Schools Hawaiʻi student Khaila Moke Sakamoto s senior legacy project A

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/imua/list/cat/C33/P100/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Aʻo Kumu Distance Learning - KS Community Education and Services
    Kāpili Oihana Internship Program Ke Ali i Pauahi Foundation Scholarships Post High School Scholarships For teachers For parents Community programs for all Hawai i Home All Programs A o Kumu Distance Learning A o Kumu Distance Learning Visit program web site The A o Kumu program provides educators with professional development opportunities to acquire 21st century teaching skills with a focus on accessing integrating and developing Hawaiian culture education based learning resources Instructors who successfully complete the A o Kumu program will have all the tools and skills needed to educate through distance learning inspiring and motivating students through the creation of dynamic and interactive 21st century learning opportunities The sequence of the A o Kumu program follows a cultural framework symbolized by parts of a growing tree They are Level 1 Ka Mole the root The first course introduces educators to the capabilities of distance learning It provides access to culture based online curricula and resources aligned to state and national standards Participants will learn fundamental distance learning skills while becoming part of an online professional learning community Level 2 Ke Kumu the trunk The second course focuses on emerging 21st century technologies and how they are effectively used both in online and face to face learning environments All along it is continuing to explore Hawaiian curricula and culture based education Participants apply what they learned to create and implement online resources that integrate Hawaiian culture with appropriate technologies Level 3 Ka Hua the fruit The final course has participants build on their prior experiences while gaining skills in developing and facilitating an online learning activity for other educators Participants use strategies and tools in distance learning to effectively share what they have learned from all the A o Kumu courses They will also have the opportunity to explore

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/communityeducation/site/programs/all/ao_kumu/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Aʻo Makua Distance Learning - KS Community Education and Services
    Makua Distance Learning Career Professionals Network First Nations Futures Program Kahalu u Manowai Education Group Kamehameha Publishing Book Club Kāpili Oihana Internship Program Ke Ali i Pauahi Foundation Scholarships Post High School Scholarships For teachers For parents Community programs for all Hawai i Home All Programs A o Makua Distance Learning A o Makua Distance Learning Visit program web site The A o Makua enrichment program provides parents caregivers and other adults the opportunity to reconnect with and share the Hawaiian culture and language with their ohana through monthly online courses Participants become part of a virtual community of learners while learning about their cultural heritage The course helps its participants discover Hawaiian values traditions and practices in the comfort of their own home and at their own pace It provides acces to culturally relevant resources to share with their ohana while also sharing ideas resources and experiences with that virtual community The A o Makua courses are organized following a cultural framework symbolized by parts of a growing tree They are Ka Mole the root This section includes ancestral knowledge which builds a foundation to grow from Ke Kumu the trunk This section gives contemporary knowledge and allows the learner to make a connection to what they are learning Ka Hua the fruit This section allows the learner to take what has been learned and shart it with their ohana The goals of the program are to provide Culturally based learning opportunities worldwide via a self paced online environment Access to culturally relevant resources to share with ohana A virtual community where learners can share ideas resources and experiences related to Hawaiian culture All A o Makua courses require learners to have reliable access to a computer with Internet connection The program is open to anyone ages 18 or

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/communityeducation/site/programs/all/ao_makua/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Career Professionals Network - KS Community Education and Services
    Ke Kai In School After School and Ohana Project Kahalu u Manowai Education Group Literacy Instruction Support Grades 9 12 Āina Ulu Hālau Kupukupu Innovations Academy Hawaiian focused Charter Schools Kahalu u Manowai Education Group Kamehameha Scholars Post high Āina Ulu A o Kumu Distance Learning A o Makua Distance Learning Career Professionals Network First Nations Futures Program Kahalu u Manowai Education Group Kamehameha Publishing Book Club Kāpili Oihana Internship Program Ke Ali i Pauahi Foundation Scholarships Post High School Scholarships For teachers For parents Community programs for all Hawai i Home All Programs Career Professionals Network Career Professionals Network Visit program web site The Kamehameha Schools Career Professional Network CPN was created to provide college students a comfortable platform for professional networking Through CPN services and activities students are given the opportunity to connect and gain knowledge from experts in their field of interest giving them the opportunity to make good career choices CPN Professionals can help students increase their knowledge and skills as well as helping them to become more attractive to potential employers once they enter the workforce The students also benefit from building a network of contacts connecting their education to the workforce increasing comfort in a work environment making informed career decisions and understanding workplace expectations Services include Information Interview A scheduled meeting in which a student seeks advice on their career the industry and or the corporate culture of a future workplace Mock Interview This is a good way for students to prepare for an actual employment interview It allows students to practice how to present themselves and can lower the anxiety one has when going through the interview process Resume Review Professionals provide general and industry specific information to students to help them organize and prepare a competitive resume To become a CPN

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/communityeducation/site/programs/all/career_professionals_network/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Explorations Series - Kulia I Ka Pono - KS Community Education and Services
    Ali i Pauahi Foundation Scholarships Post High School Scholarships For teachers For parents Community programs for all Hawai i Home All Programs Explorations Series Kulia I Ka Pono Explorations Series Kulia I Ka Pono Visit program web site Ma ka hana ka ike in doing there is knowledge This philosophy is encompassed in each of Kamehameha Schools three different weeklong summer boarding programs Ho omāka ika i Ho olauna and Kūlia I Ka Pono Each program is targeted to a specific age and designed to keep students who do not attend Kamehameha Schools connected with their culture Through matriculation once a student enters the Explorations Series they are automatically invited to subsequent programs in the series as long as they remain active and involved Through the Explorations Series programs Kamehameha Schools is able to assist learners in building strong foundations of cultural connectedness for future educational career and civic success Kūlia I Ka Pono is a one week leadership program where students can connect to the āina through service and community give back The program uses outdoor classrooms like the lo i loko i a fishpond and forest to learn personal and cultural responsibility Participants examine leadership as they begin to hone their skills in specific cultural schools such as kalo farming or sailing and navigation This program builds on the foundations of Ho olauna by using place Hawaiian culture values and traditions to strengthen students identities as Hawaiians and build leadership skills Who s eligible All students prior to 9th grade and students prior to 10th grade if they are also enrolled in the Kamehameha Scholars program Students who are enrolled in a Kamehameha Schools K 12 campus program are not eligible How to apply Applications are available in January and February at www ksbe edu admissions For more

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/communityeducation/site/programs/all/kulia_i_ka_pono/ (2016-02-15)
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