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  • Find a job at KS | Kamehameha Schools
    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 Find a job at KS Kamehameha Schools offers a dynamic and nurturing learning community committed to educational excellence The organization employs more than 2 300 full time and part time employees covering nine operational groups Community Relations and Communications Campus Education Hawaiian Cultural Affairs Endowment Administration Finance Strategic Planning and Implementation Human Resources and Legal Services KS also hires approximately 2 000 temporary staff each year to assist with various seasonal programs such as athletic and intercession programs Search job openings Video profiles Career categories Benefits summary Living and working in Hawai i Connect with our LinkedIn page Campus education KS Hawai i KS Kapālama KS Maui Tri campus success stories Uniforms Learning centers and archives KS Connect Community education Find

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  • Kamehameha Schools’ Direct Mail List | Kamehameha Schools
    Schools developed its Direct Mail List to share information about KS educational programs and resources as well as updates on issues and opportunities that are relevant to the Hawaiian community If you have been affiliated with Kamehameha Schools in the past you may already be in our database but you can ensure that we have the most up to date information about how to reach you and what kind of news you would like to receive from KS by completing the questionnaire on this site annually Adults who have not been affiliated with Kamehameha Schools but would like to join the Direct Mail List may also do so by completing the questionnaire Before you sign up It is important for you to know that the information you provide on the questionnaire to follow is specifically for Kamehameha Schools Direct Mail List purposes and will be used to provide information that is of interest and benefit to you and your family Please note that we will send information to you via postal mail or email By providing your e mail address you are agreeing to receive future email communications from Kamehameha Schools Your current standing records or communications with Kamehameha Schools programs in which your child may be currently enrolled or those to which you may have submitted an application for your child will not be impacted by signing up or removing yourself from the KS Direct Mail List You must be 18 years or older to sign up for the KS Direct Mail List Sign up for Direct Mail Need k kua Please contact us at directmail ksbe edu if you have questions about Kamehameha Schools Direct Mail List Opting out Please take a moment to provide us with information needed to correctly identify you for removal from our database

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/about_us/join_our_mailing_list/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Contact us | Kamehameha Schools
    2020 Kamehameha Publishing Charles Reed Bishop Trust Find a job at KS Join our mailing list Contact us Contact us Got a question Need more information about Kamehameha s programs and services Please call us and we ll be happy to assist you Kamehameha Schools 567 South King Street Honolulu Hawai i 96813 Phone 808 523 6200 Fax 808 541 5305 E mail ksinfo ksbe edu KS Webmaster For questions and comments about this website please contact the webmaster ksbe edu Admissions department Kapālama Campus 808 842 8800 Hawai i Campus 808 982 0100 Maui Campus 808 572 3133 Applicant Services Center 808 534 8080 or 808 541 5300 Campus information Kapālama 808 842 8211 Hawai i 808 982 0000 Maui 808 572 3100 Other important numbers Financial Aid and Scholarship Services 808 534 8080 Ho oulu Hawaiian Data Center 808 523 6228 Pauahi Foundation 808 534 3966 Parents and Alumni Relations 808 842 8680 Early Childhood Education Division Preschools 808 534 8305 Kawaiaha o Plaza offices 808 523 6200 Community Relations and Communications 808 523 6380 Community education programs Community Learning Center at Nānākuli 808 668 1517 Community Learning Center at Mā ili 808 670 2045 Enrichment Department 808 534 8272 Ike Pono Hawaii 808 534 8317 Kamehameha Scholars 808 534 8272 Career and Post High Counseling and Guidance 808 534 8280 Literacy Instruction and Support 808 534 8363 Public Education Support 808 534 3807 Āina Ulu 808 534 8194 First Nations Futures Program 808 541 5346 Kamehameha Schools Resource Centers KSRC Kaua i 808 245 8070 O ahu 808 842 8705 Moloka i Lana i 808 553 3673 Maui 808 242 1891 West Hawai i 808 322 5400 East Hawai i 808 935 0116 Director s Office 808 842 8067 Student records office Transcripts Kapālama Toll Free Number

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  • Share this week’s Lent devotional: Extending grace to others | Kamehameha Schools
    were crucifying and mocking Him when he pleads Father forgive them for they know not what they are doing Later one of the criminals hanging next to Him comes to the realization that Jesus is the Messiah and asks for forgiveness by saying Jesus remember me when you come into your kingdom Jesus answered Truly I tell you today you will be with me in paradise Jesus took the burden of our sins in his sacrificial death on the cross Horatio Spafford wrote of this act in the song It Is Well With My Soul Spafford a highly successful lawyer in Chicago must have felt like Job after the death of his son loss of all of his real estate investments in the Great Chicago fire and later the tragic deaths of his three daughters when their ship sank on its way to Europe Fortunately his wife survived that horrific accident He penned these words as he made his way to her My sin oh the bliss of this glorious thought My sin not in part but the whole Is nailed to His cross and I bear it no more Praise the Lord praise the Lord O my soul I trust that I am not alone when I say that my actions at times were and are less than perfect sinful in nature and perhaps comparable to those of the Roman soldiers or the other criminal on the third cross It is this chapter in Luke and these verses in particular that allow me to feel God s unconditional love which grants me grace and mercy and gives me salvation through my faith These verses had a real impact on my life especially on my work as an educator My walk with God got stronger as a middle school assistant principal when I realized that I needed help from a higher power because the daily grind of discipline was wearing and lingered over me like a negative overcast cloud So after looking at our suspension and expulsion data after my first year it became obvious that there were gaps in our discipline policies and practices and that I and our school needed a new outlook on discipline These two verses were the catalyst for my new outlook including having a more intentional focus to build positive relationships with my worse behaving students and learning to be their advocate I realized that in my imperfect ways as a child many adults had extended grace to me while I was a student at Kamehameha Schools Kapālama and that I needed to extend that same grace to my students For like me many were still learning developing their identities and testing their boundaries so they may not have known what they were doing nor had they developed the complete self control to make the best choices 100 percent of the time As I do my job of handing out consequences to undisciplined students I try to serve as their advocate because in some

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/imua/article/share-this-weeks-lent-devotional-extending-grace-to-others/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Striving for excellence is the next subject for speaker series | Kamehameha Schools
    ksbe edu or call 670 2045 to RSVP or for more information The Huliko a Kaiāulu Scholar Speaker Series event will share the importance of embracing the lelo no eau Kūlia I ka Nu u Striving for Excellence The event takes place on Tuesday Feb 16 at the Community Learning Center at Mā ili CLC M and is free and open to the public Long time educator and scholar Mailani DeAguiar is the featured speaker for this month s presentation Kūlia I Ka Nu u Striving for Excellence While Overcoming Obstacles My talk will be based on setting goals and accomplishing them while overcoming the many obstacles I faced in my life said DeAguiar She will acknowledge her mentors and heroes employment opportunities and share lelo no eau that tie together with her story and mo olelo from her ohana DeAguilar is a 1977 graduate of Kamehameha School Kapālama While born in Honolulu she was raised in Nānākuli from a very young age through eighth grade She received an Associate of Arts degree in liberal arts from Leeward Community College then transferred and graduated from the University of Hawai i at Hilo College with a bachelor of arts in Hawaiian studies with an emphasis in Hawaiian language and a minor in education Since 1981 she has called Hawai i island home working as a teacher in both private and public school settings eventually going back to school to earn a master s degree in education from Heritage College in Washington Goal setting and finding a balance between the physical mental emotional and spiritual areas of my life is of utmost importance said DeAguiar I love to help people any way I can and my parents raised the five of us with the ideas of always giving people the benefit of the doubt and helping them and doing the best you can in any given situation Two of my dad s favorite sayings You only get out of life what you put into it and Always remember where you came from have always resonated within my being and have become favorite sayings of mine as well DeAguiar will be joined this month by Ka ehukai Burley who will offer this month s student reflection Burley is a 2010 graduate of the UH Mānoa Hawai inuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge and is an INPEACE Kūlia and Ka Lama Education Academy participant She currently works as a long term substitute teacher in the Special Education Department at Wai anae High School and is pursuing her teaching certification Both of her children are students at Hawaiian immersion schools The event starts at 5 30 p m A free simple dinner will be served and childcare will be provided An RSVP is appreciated Call 670 2045 or email kapua ksbe edu to confirm your attendance CLC M is located at 87 790 Kulauku St in Mā ili Huliko a Kaiāulu was created as an opportunity for the community to celebrate the pursuit of higher education

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/imua/article/striving-for-excellence-is-the-subject-for-next-speaker-series-event/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Ash Wednesday: Finding time to ‘rest’ in God | Kamehameha Schools
    ho omaha kākou Let s find rest As we enter the season of Lent and Easter we remember the sacrifice Jesus Christ made on the cross to provide us forgiveness and eternal life In these 40 days amidst the busy lives that we lead I encourage you to reflect on how you can spend more time with God on a daily basis and be intentional about finding time to rest in God s presence and word Have you ever found yourself overwhelmed by the tasks appointments meetings and conversations within your busy schedule trying to balance many work responsibilities with family time daycare your childrens school and sports activities etc We live in a world that often seems set up to encourage maximizing efficiency and productivity at the expense of quiet time to decompress Many people view busyness as a badge of honor proof that they are accomplishing more than the average person The reason why you re so tired all the time and why you get stressed out is because you re trying to live your life on your own power God never meant for you to do that The Bible suggests a different priority in regard to where we spend our time It encourages a life focused on spending time with the God who created all things There are many examples of where we are commanded to spend time with God listening for his words speaking to him and worshiping him Many well intentioned Christians get burdened by the tasks of everyday life and never recognize a solution that lowers stress increases joy and simplifies life This solution is a daily ongoing effort to rest in the presence of God Many people believe that a daily quiet time with God requires a lengthy and formal time of prayer with heavy doses of reading scripture This is not the case Start with just 15 minutes a day talking with God and build upon that This may be a quiet time in the morning or before bed to read the Bible and reflect on God s promises For others this may mean a daily conversation with God while commuting to and from work Alternatively finding a quiet park or peaceful area outside or at home to reflect on all of the blessings God has given you may help you rest in His presence I personally like to spend time with God while in the car and in brief moments between meetings and events This ongoing conversation helps remind me about God s grace when I am getting caught up with all the commotion of the daily grind In traditional Hawai i our kūpuna also understood the value of ho omaha a time to rest and rejuvenate During this traditional season of Lonoikamakahiki our ancestors demonstrated their appreciation for the bounties of life and the importance of rejuvenation and peace upon the land and among the people Our kūpuna also paid close attention to the p mahina traditional moon phases and

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/imua/article/ash-wednesday-finding-time-to-rest-in-god/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Prenatal and Toddler Programs - KS Community Education and Services
    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 Prenatal and toddler Home Prenatal Toddler Programs Prenatal and Toddler Programs From the time a child is born and even before that joyous day it brings new delights and hopes to a family and community What will he grow up to be What impact will she have on the world How can parents help their child reach its greatest potential Kamehameha Schools connects parents and children to programs and services in their communities available from pre birth to preschool and beyond 1 Select the island where you d like to find a program or service in this age group 2 Select an option that finishes the statement My child or I would like to Get started now My child or I would like to Choose island All islands Kaua i O ahu Moloka i

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/communityeducation/site/programs/prenatal_toddler/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Grades K-4 Programs - KS Community Education and Services
    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 Grades K 4 Home Grades K 4 Grades K 4 Programs To look into the eyes of a curious young child is to look into the future of a vibrant growing community Children are born eager to learn Let s help them discover new ways of exploring new avenues of learning new solutions for our future Kamehameha Schools connects youngsters to programs and services in their communities available for children from kindergarten to Grade 4 and beyond 1 Select the island where you d like to find a program or service in this age group 2 Select an option that finishes the statement My child or I would like to Get started now My child or I would like to Choose island All islands Kaua i O ahu Moloka i Maui Hawai i learn about the āina and participate in stewardship activities Āina Ulu learn in a different way over the summer Hālau Kupukupu

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/communityeducation/site/programs/grades_k-4/ (2016-02-15)
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