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  • Hiʻilani - KS Community Education and Services
    child interactions including Parent and child interaction classes Prenatal classes Family activities Early childhood screening and referral Individual consultation A child s first 3 years are a critical time during which they begin the development of emotional stability physical health and development cognitive skills problem solving skills and social competence Hi ilani s mission to promote preschool readiness and intergenerational change while focusing on quality interactions between the child ohana and the community is key to the program s success Hi ilani believes in Providing culturally and individually sensitive early childhood family education services to promote healthy and secure parent child relationships Providing a family friendly environment that honors parents and families as the primary care givers and educators of their children Creating opportunities for parents and children to learn and develop together Providing parents and families with opportunities to build parent skills knowledge and confidence Working in partnership with community groups and support services to strengthen family support systems within the community Registration is accepted year round and classes are free Kamehameha Schools preference policy is not applied for this program To enroll in classes contact the following Hi ilani programs for more information Hi ilani Ko olau 41 235 Ilauhole Street Waimānalo HI 96795 Phone 808 426 1450 Hi ilani Community Learning Center at Mā ili Early Learning Kauhale 87 790 Kulauku St Wai anae HI 96792 Phone 808 843 9607 Hi ilani East Hawai i 42 Kino ole Street Hilo HI 96720 Phone 808 969 3883 Hi ilani Kaua i 3170 A Jerves Street Līhu e HI 96766 Phone 808 245 3897 Hi ilani Classes Each class consists of 5 10 meetings Infant Massage Newborn 8 months Baby Massage encourages families to interact with their young babies through nurturing touch This series helps families to focus on

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/communityeducation/site/programs/prenatal_toddler/hiilani/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Ka Paʻalana - KS Community Education and Services
    Schools Hui Mālama I 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 Prenatal and toddler Home Prenatal and Toddler Ka Pa alana Ka Pa alana Partners In Development Foundation PIDF Partners In Development Foundation PIDF image Visit program web site The Ka Pa alana Traveling Preschool and Homeless Family Education Program serves houseless families on the Leeward coast of O ahu Through collaborative partnerships with Leeward coast outreach agencies Ka Pa alana assists families by delivering or providing access to essential services such as a parent child participatory preschool FoodBank toiletry and dental supplies distribution and more Ka Pa alana also serves as an initial contact agency for families who are ready to transition to local shelters or temporary housing facilities

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/communityeducation/site/programs/prenatal_toddler/ka_paalana/ (2016-02-15)
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  • KS Preschools - KS Community Education and Services
    adult to child ratio 1 to 10 Kamehameha preschools in partnership with you and your family will help your child achieve his her highest potential by providing a setting for formal learning classrooms staff materials equipment facilities and other students and by facilitating active meaningful learning experiences Supporting your child will assure that he she gets the most out of these developmentally and culturally appropriate educational experiences Foundations for Early Learning Research states that the brain is developed over time and a substantial portion is developed during the early years of life Healthy brain architecture happens within the context of appropriate sensory input and stable and supportive relationships During these early years the foundations of thinking language vision and behavioral attitudes are established The focus of Kamehameha s preschool program is to promote each child s overall well being by addressing the child s physical social emotional cognitive language cultural and spiritual development Positive relationships are fostered through natural conversations social dramatic play planned activities celebrations and scheduled events where everyone participates together as a group In addition learning about and integrating cultural information and practicing Hawaiian values such as Aloha Mālama Pono Kuleana Laulima and Lokomaika i is encouraged as part of everyday preschool life Classrooms are organized into several learning centers and a large group area for story time music dance and creative movement activities Learning centers reading writing art science math dramatic play blocks manipulatives discovery and sensory have been placed to promote interactions and friendships and develop children s different skills and abilities Applications are accepted from November through January Preschool locations O ahu Honolulu Kalihi Pālama Hawai i Kai Pearl City Nu uanu Wai alae Ko olau Waimānalo He eia Kahalu u Kailua to Kahuku Kahuku Hale iwa Wai anae Hoaliku Drake Waipahu to Mākaha

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/communityeducation/site/programs/prenatal_toddler/ks_preschools/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Pauahi Keiki Scholars - KS Community Education and Services
    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 and Toddler Pauahi Keiki Scholars Pauahi Keiki Scholars Visit program web site Kamehameha Schools is committed to providing financial assistance to students of Hawaiian ancestry Financial support is awarded through various Kamehameha programs such as Pauahi Keiki Scholars Summer School programs Post High Scholarships Kamehameha Schools Preschools as well as the Kindergarten through grade 12 programs at the Kapälama Hawai i and Maui campuses All awards are made on an annual basis and are determined through various methods such as need and merit The Pauahi Keiki Scholars PKS program provides need based scholarships to keiki ages 3 years and older currently attending or planning to attend an eligible non Kamehameha Schools preschool Applicants must be a state of Hawai i resident and eligibility is determined on an annual basis Find

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/communityeducation/site/programs/prenatal_toddler/pauahi_keiki_scholars/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Pūlama I Nā Keiki - KS Community Education and Services
    Explorations Series Ho omāka ika i Explorations Series Ho olauna Explorations Series Kulia I Ka Pono Hālau Kupukupu Innovations Academy Hawaiian focused Charter Schools Hui Mālama I 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 Prenatal and toddler Home Prenatal and Toddler Pūlama I Nā Keiki Pūlama I Nā Keiki Alu Like Inc Visit program web site A family based parent education project that serves Native Hawaiian families on Moloka i Maui O ahu and the Big Island The goal is for families to apply the knowledge gained in childbearing child development child rearing and for each child to experience future success in school How old is your child Click on the timeline to select your child s age and begin

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/communityeducation/site/programs/prenatal_toddler/pulama_i_na_keiki/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Pūnana Leo Preschools - KS Community Education and Services
    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 and Toddler Pūnana Leo Preschools Pūnana Leo Preschools Aha Pūnana Leo Inc Visit program web site Pūnana Leo means language nest and just as young fledglings are fed directly from the mouths of their mothers Hawaiian language is fed into the ears of our 3 and 4 year old students from the mouths of the Hawaiian language speakers around them From the moment a Pūnana Leo ohana family enters preschool it is immersed in a rich and stimulating honua environment where all must observe the kapu of Hawaiian language only The observance of the kapu helps families and their children learn Hawaiian quickly New preschoolers learn simple phrases sentences and songs with the help of fluent kumu teachers and older classmates Many if not all Pūnana Leo preschoolers are able to speak Hawaiian within three or four months Pūnana Leo classrooms are warm nurturing places that value and stimulate young minds and prepare them for lifelong learning Children discover the world through a culturally and age level appropriate curriculum based on the Kumu Honua Mauli Ola educational philosophy in a safe and secure environment Our approach to education is through a family based model Parents participate in hui kīpaepae weekly language and culture classes held at the school site lā ohana family days and ho iho i honua giving back to their school by cleaning the classrooms and school grounds There are 11 Pūnana Leo throughout

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/communityeducation/site/programs/prenatal_toddler/punana_leo_preschools/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Tūtū & Me (PIDF) - KS Community Education and Services
    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 Prenatal and toddler Home Prenatal and Toddler Tūtū Me PIDF Tūtū Me Partners In Development Foundation PIDF Visit program web site In Hawai i the use of older family members to care for children ages birth to five is a very familiar practice Grandparents or tūtū are often the primary caregivers of their young grandchildren because of socio economic conditions as well as the value of ohana family Tūtū and Me aims to identify recruit and service this underserved segment of the Native Hawaiian population through an innovative traveling preschool program done in cooperation with churches and community organizations serving the Hawaiian and part Hawaiian community Tūtū and Me aims to meet the developmental needs of these young children and to support the grandparents as well as parents

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/communityeducation/site/programs/prenatal_toddler/tutu_me/ (2016-02-15)
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  • ʻĀina Ulu - KS Community Education and Services
    an emphasis on grades 3 to post high learners Coordinated in partnership with UH Mānoa s Ka Papa Lo i O Kanewai Punalu u HI 96717 Email kanewai hawaii edu Phone 808 945 1562 UH Mānoa Archaeology Field School Postsecondary education field school applied archeology certificate program training kama āina cultural resource managers University of Hawai i at Mānoa 2424 Maile Way Saunders 346 Honolulu HI 96822 Email jbayman hawaii edu Phone 808 956 8511 UH West O ahu Sustainable Community Food Systems Multi disciplinary experiential Bachelor of Applied Science program studying key ecological and social issues in food and agriculture systems aimed at developing professionals capable of transitioning Hawai i agriculture toward greater ecological sustainability and social equity 91 1001 Farrington Highway Kapolei HI 96707 Email albie hawaii edu Phone 808 689 2376 MAUI Ma Ka Hana Ka Ike Hands on skills training program for at risk youth in Hāna Maui that substitutes textbooks and classroom work with tools and job experience The organization oversees the Hāna sustainable agriculture program at Mahele Farm This serves as a lab site for training students in structural design and building Academic subjects are taught through real life application Projects meet real school and community needs so students education serves all those whose lives it touches P O Box 968 Hana HI 96713 Email hanabuild gmail com MOLOKA I Hui o Kuapā Keawanui Fishpond Hui o Kuapā is a 501 c 3 nonprofi t organization founded in 1989 for the purpose of supporting Native Hawaiian fishpond restoration education research Kaunakakai HI 96748 Email huiokuapa gmail com HAWAI I ISLAND Ho ola Makana ā HFIA Ka ūpūlehu Dry Forest Native dryland forest restoration and stewardship education P O Box 66 O okala HI 96774 Email info hawaiiforest org Phone 808 933 9411 Kahuwai Place based cultural resource stewardship P O Box 910 Pāhoa HI 96778 Email kkalawe yahoo com Phone 808 989 3986 Keauhou Ka ū Forest Coordinates education and stewardship access for reforestation efforts including natural and cultural resource stewardship activities in the Keauhou Ka ū forest Also coordinates a bird conservation center P O Box 6791 Hilo HI 96720 Email ijoaquin hawaii edu Phone 808 990 4923 Ke ei Makai retreat facility supporting South Kona place based family based cultural resource activities and stewardship of the Hālau Maluhia site including clearing and removal of invasive plants Provides supplemental activites such as imu fishing practices carving weaving and canoes P O Box 206 Honaunau HI 96726 Email halaumaluhia gmail com Phone 808 989 8606 Kohala Center Beginning Farmer Rancher Development BFRD Youth Internship Program Exposure to agro ecology related topics mentors college programs careers and businesses in sustainable agriculture and ecology for Hawai i island youth ages 15 19 to connect agri science and post high study training and careers to help build a system of farmer producer businesses and food system leadership Email dkiyabu kohalacenter org Phone 808 220 2312 Three Mountain Alliance Watershed partnership dedicated to promoting healthy native forests and

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