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  • Mō‘ili‘ili community cleanup is a kākou effort | Kamehameha Schools
    Nishimura October 6 2014 KS Kapālama Association of Teachers and Parents ATP president Gerald Andrade and son Makana scrape off stickers from a street sign KS parent Don Maddock and daughter Griffen were among the more than 25 Kamehameha volunteers More than 25 Kamehameha Schools staffers students parents and alumni recently joined a diverse and hardworking group of volunteers to beautify Honolulu s M ili ili neighborhood The cleanup was a kākou cooperative effort Together the team fanned out to pick up trash scrub or paint out graffiti and scrape off old posters and stickers from area structures As a neighbor and landowner in M ili ili KS partners with the district s residents and businesses throughout the year via various community events to help create a more vibrant neighborhood We re so grateful for everyone s support for this outstanding community cleanup each year says KS Senior Real Estate Analyst Constanza Asfura Heim We look forward to continuing to share our vision for a more vibrant Hawai i with the M ili ili community The cleanup was sponsored by Totally Against Graffiti T A G a partnership of residents businesses schools non profit groups and law enforcement agencies committed to eradicating graffiti from neighborhoods KS has participated in the project for over seven years When the work was done the group enjoyed snacks and refreshments provided by Kamehameha Schools and the M ili ili Neighborhood Board Association During the cleanup Kamehameha s Commercial Real Estate Division staff took the opportunity to share with the group the progress being made on KS residential projects below the University of Hawai i campus Those projects included Kolo Place a 6 million renovation project that encompasses 69 refurbished rental units located steps from the UH athletic complex The units will incorporate appealing upgrades

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/imua/article/miliili-community-cleanup-is-a-kaakou-effort/ (2016-02-15)
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  • New Parklets in Our Kaka‘ako add to urban neighborhood vibe | News releases | Kamehameha Schools
    sit and enjoy the neighborhood The parklet concept has been widely adopted by the city of San Francisco and has been incorporated into other major cities such as Chicago New York and Philadelphia It s exciting to be a part of this growing trend Our new parklets are not only utilitarian but with their unique design and features they truly reflect the diversity and creative spirit of Our Kaka ako noted Paul Kay director of real estate development for Kamehameha Schools They enhance the neighborhood and inspire a sense of community They also benefit surrounding local businesses by increasing foot traffic and providing a place for people to relax The parklets are an integral part of Kamehameha Schools master plan for Our Kaka ako a people centric walkable mixed use urban island community located on nine contiguous city blocks between South Street and Ward Avenue Kamehameha Schools which worked closely with the City transportation and planning departments on the parklets funded construction of the urban mini parks and will maintain them indefinitely If successful in Our Kaka ako the City could develop guidelines for expanding the program into other neighborhoods All the cool and vibrant cities are doing these kinds of creative things stated George Atta director of the city department of planning and permitting The moribund cities are not Honolulu is cool and vibrant The Coral Street parklets were designed by INK Architects and built by Sunworks Construction and PLS Builders The 9 x 22 foot parklets use re purposed materials from the neighborhood including Metal roll up doors from the former Pinch of Salt retail warehouse behind Starbucks Reclaimed redwood from ReUse Hawaii and a warehouse that is currently Kaka ako Agora A gabion cage planter filled with reclaimed rubble from a previous Pow Wow mural on Keawe Street The curbside transformations are intended to initiate community interaction and beautify the streetscape The design of the parklets complements the district s unique personality One of the parklets was constructed around an eat theme while the other incorporates a play theme The eat themed parklet features a wood counter and a deck seating a removable umbrella a wood picnic table and weathered steel framing and guardrails with a steel base The play parklet includes a stationary bike a double sided wooden bench and wooden seats a gabion planter and weathered steel base frames and guardrails The parklets are for everyone to enjoy We want them to be gathering spots where friends can drink coffee and talk co workers can collaborate and families can rest and unwind added Kay They ll be places where ideas creativity and inspiration will grow in an evolving neighborhood that s headed in the same direction About Our Kaka ako Our Kaka ako is a mixed use urban island community by Kamehameha Schools on nine contiguous city blocks in the heart of Honolulu between South Street and Ward Avenue Part of the vision for Our Kaka ako is that it will continue to grow as

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/imua/newsreleases/new-parklets-in-our-kakaako-add-to-urban-neighborhood-vibe/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Two popular North Shore businesses to join Hale‘iwa Store Lots | News releases | Kamehameha Schools
    of this year Little a local boy who grew up playing in the Waimea shorebreak has exhibited his photographs in galleries and museums throughout the world including the Smithsonian Museum Within just a few months locals and visitors will get to view Little s work in his new 834 square foot gallery space in the new redeveloped property As my business continues to grow the new location is a great fit for all that is coming up said Little The gallery is just minutes down the road from where my shots are taken Not only is this my hometown but this is where it all began I have to add I grew up eating shave ice at Matsumoto s Hard to believe I will be just a few doors down in the same Store Lots Owners of the Guava Shop have been operating the niche boutique selling stylish swimwear and dresses next door to their future home since 2008 They have expressed great excitement to move into their new space encompassing 951 square feet at the forefront of the redevelopment We re so excited to be front and center along Kamehameha Highway and on the main entry drive and to be able to design our own space To be located at the new Hale iwa Store Lots is a great opportunity to grow our business said Kai Cost co owner of Guava Shop This is our home town We grew up here and this is where we want to be Construction of the community revitalization project is expected to be completed in October at which time Kamehameha Schools will hand over the keys to business owners who will then begin preparing their spaces for a Hale iwa Store Lots grand opening planned for early next year Energy created by locally owned retail businesses like Guava Shop and Clark Little Galleries will definitely help elevate the vibrancy that the other businesses bring to this place said Kalani Fronda senior land assets manager at Kamehameha Schools Designed to honor the historic plantation era the 16 million project will continue to reflect the true country spirit of the region while generating income for the Schools statewide educational initiatives As part of our North Shore Plan Kamehameha Schools is committed to improving this important kuleana property in a manner that supports the community s vision to retain Haleiwa s country character while revitalizing a highly visible and valued community asset so it can continue to support our educational mission for generations to come Fronda said The Guava Shop and Clark Little Gallery will join the Hale iwa Store Lots retail ohana which includes Matsumoto Shave Ice Global Creations Whaler s General Store and fruit stand T C Surf Fatboys Rajanee Thai Cuisine Island Vintage Coffee Greenroom Kahala Sportswear Mahina Splash Hawaii Sand People Malibu Shirts and Uncle Bo s Upon completion Hale iwa Store Lots will feature the reuse of five historic buildings two central gathering courtyards public restrooms 95 parking stalls at the

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/imua/newsreleases/two-popular-north-shore-businesses-to-join-haleiwa-store-lots/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Draft Environmental Assessment for Kahalu‘u Ma Kai site approved by County of Hawai‘i | News releases | Kamehameha Schools
    its vision for an educational complex at Kahalu u Ma Kai An approved Final Environmental Assessment Final EA is required to support necessary land use entitlements for future plans for an āina based learning complex This will be an educational piko for West Hawai i a Hawaiian place in which opportunities for applied learning teaching and knowledge creation are rooted in tradition while aspiring to 21st century innovation said Kaeo Duarte Kamehameha Schools director of strategic initiatives in West Hawai i The potential for learning opportunities extends across a broad range of learners from this community across the island and beyond An approved Final EA will make Kamehameha s Kahalu u Ma Kai project compliant with the state s environmental review process The publication and availability of the Draft EA on August 8th starts a 30 day period for public review via submittal of comment letters due by September 8th The Draft EA will be made available on the State Office of Environmental Quality Control s website and copies distributed to agencies and other consulted parties Our community ohana will have a few venues through which they can offer comments ask questions and provide input during the environmental review process said Allen Salavea land planning and entitlements manager at Kamehameha Schools We ll be hosting two open house meetings to share site plans and gather community mana o on August 13th and 14th Once the environmental review process is complete and all applicable land use entitlements are obtained demolition of KBH and proposed improvements to the site for an educational facility can be implemented We ve been in discussions with various community stakeholder groups including kūpuna lineal descendants of the area educational entities Native Hawaiian organizations and government agencies for the past three years said Duarte Mana o from stakeholders

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/imua/newsreleases/draft-environmental-assessment-for-kahaluu-ma-kai-site-approved-by-county-o/ (2016-02-15)
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  • KS partners with Kupu to create sustainability internships | Photo gallery | Kamehameha Schools
    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 I Mua gallery KS partners with Kupu to create sustainability internships Posted September 23 2015 The first cohort of fellows in the Kamehameha Schools Sustainability Internship Program studied real life sustainability issues this summer and reported their results to KS staffers The internships were a collaboration between KS and Kupu a non profit dedicated to cultivating the next generation of professionals in natural resource management renewable energy energy conservation and other green jobs KS Sustainability Manager Amy Kalai Brinker worked with staffers from Kupu s RISE program to orchestrate the internships which included a variety of projects at Kamehameha from creating sustainable policies to cultural resource management in Punalu u KS photographer Michael Young was on hand to capture the culmination of the internship program View more galleries Campus

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/imua/photogallery/ks-sustainability-interns-present-projects/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Kamehameha Schools

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/_assets/spi/pdfs/Literature%20Reviews/CC_ED_Full.pdf (2016-02-15)
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  • Strategic Planning & Implementation Group
    Kapalama Campus O ahu Kea au Campus Hawaii Pukalani Campus Maui Early Childhood Education Extension Education Virtual Tour Endowment Commercial Real Estate Pauahi s Legacy Her Will Bernice Pauahi Bishop Charles Reed Bishop Archival Photos History Strategic Direction SPI Group Education Strategic Plan Strategic Plan 2000 2015 KSONLINE Staff Only Human Resources Online Staff Directory Policies Procedures Education Strategic Plan Reports Survey Toolkit DataBoard Current Projects FAQ Contact SPI Search General Information Important News Serve More Keiki Every Hawaiian child deserves quality opportunities to learn and develop And yet not everyone can attend Kamehameha Schools three campuses To increase the number of keiki served the trustees approved the Education Strategic Plan in 2005 This means more educational opportunities especially for young children will be available to more Hawaiian families over the next ten years The Strategic Planning Implementation Group helps to ensure that services related to the Education Strategic Plan are delivered efficiently and effectively Three complementary functions are central to SPI s efforts Research and Evaluation Planning and Performance Management and Education Strategic Plan Implementation Click here to sign up for our free Data Matters E Newsletter Education Strategic Plan Ka Huaka i Native Hawaiian Educational Assessment Research Hawaiian

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/SPI/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Livingston “Jack” Wong named KS chief executive officer | Kamehameha Schools
    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 New Kamehameha Schools Chief Executive Officer Jack Wong addresses a crowd at the Kamehameha Schools corporate office at Kawaiaha o Plaza in Honolulu Livingston Jack Wong named KS chief executive officer By CRC Staff September 30 2014 The Kamehameha Schools Board of Trustees today named Livingston Jack Wong to the position of chief executive officer Wong had served as interim CEO for the organization since April 2014 when Dee Jay Mailer retired Since 2013 Wong had served the institution as vice president of Legal Affairs He has served in a variety of capacities since joining Kamehameha Schools in 1997 In the last six months we have had the opportunity to work closely with Jack to personally experience the skills and professional and personal qualities he brings to Kamehameha Schools said Board Chairman Lance Wilhelm We have come to know and trust his judgment and his instinct in the CEO position Trustee Janeen Olds agreed I believe there is no better indication of Jack s devotion to the mission of Kamehameha Schools than the extraordinary work he has already done for our organization she said He is a true servant leader dedicated to the well being of Pauahi s beneficiaries For more please visit here Print view Tags new hire jack wong ceo Categories Employee Ohana New Hires Human Resources KS Announcements Newsroom Department News CEO Office Organization Change Press Releases Campus

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/imua/article/livingston-jack-wong-named-kamehameha-schools-chief-executive-officer/ (2016-02-15)
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