Vice President at Mid Pacific, educator, and mom, Leigh Fitzgerald provides helpful hints and insight into managing screen time during the Coronavirus. http://honolulufamily.com/blogs/education-cheat-sheet-managing-screen-time-during-the-coronavirus-Hawaii-Honolulu/
He waʻa he moku, he moku he waʻa (A canoe is an island, an island is a canoe) Mālama Honua believes that the skills we need to survive on the wa’a are the same skills that can make us successful in all aspects of our lives. As our school environment has quickly changed over the last few weeks, we have asked our haumana to think about how this ʻŌlelo noʻeau can be applied to their lives today. Our K-2 haumana were given an additional challenge to build a wa’a at home! Kumu were so impressed by the creativity and collaboration shown by so many of our haumana.
Are you an essential worker and need child care? Contact the YMCA for support.
Mahalo nui to all of the organizations working to ensure that our community does not go hungry!
This picture popped up as a memory from 5 years ago. These boys were part of our first kindergarten class and are now in 5th grade. It is a reminder to us, during these uncertain times, of all the things we are grateful for. Like the fact that we are in our 6th year as a school. As we navigate these uncharted waters, we must remember that when the strongest wind blows, be like the ʻaʻaliʻi on the highest cliffs, bending but not breaking, patiently withstanding nature’s forces until this passes and we stand upright again. He ‘a’aliʻi kū makani mai au. ʻAʻohe makani nana e kūkaʻi e.
Support local restaurants by participating in the Keep Hawaii Cooking initiative powered by Central Pacific Bank Foundation. Visit https://www.keephawaiicooking.com/ for more information!
Mahalo nui to our legislators for this great list of on-line resources for our keiki.
HIDOE is providing Breakfast 730-8a and Lunch 1130-12 daily for ALL under 18yrs old. Our closest pick up is Waimānalo Elem/Int.
Spectrum is offering free internet access for 60 days to homes with students! Visit their website for more information. https://www.spectrum.com
Please share widely. All applications due March 31. Apply TODAY! Join the Mālama Honua PCS ʻohana. We are accepting applications for grades K-8. We are also looking for passionate educators to apply for our middle school teaching positions. Visit our website for more information.
Starting 3/23, HIDOE will provide student meals, including providing grab-and-go breakfast and lunch at select schools to ALL children 18 years and under at the following days and times: Mon- Fri from 7:30 a.m. to 8 a.m. for breakfast. Mon - Fri from 11:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. for lunch. **Meals will not be served on Thurs 3/26 in observance of Prince Kuhio Day. One of the pick up sites is Waimānalo Elem/Int.
Apply TODAY! Join the Mālama Honua PCS ʻohana. We are accepting applications for grades K-8. We are also looking for passionate educators to apply for our middle school teaching positions. Visit our website for more information. All applications due March 31st.
Effective March 19, MHPCS office will be CLOSED until March 30. We welcome applications via email or hard copy may be left in the mail located on Ehukai St. If you have any questions please feel free to leave a message at 259-5522 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Apply TODAY! Join the Mālama Honua PCS ʻohana. We are accepting applications for grades K-8. We are also looking for passionate educators to apply for our middle school teaching positions. Visit our website for more information.
Prior to spring break, MHPCS and Blanche Pope Aloha ʻĀina advocates shared learning and a meal at Pope for Papa Makaniʻs (Grades 3/4) trimester hōʻike. Love collaborating with our friends at Pope! Mahalo for hosting us, canʻt wait to return the favor.
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Papa Mahinaʻs winter hōʻike at CTAHR. Our first and second graders shared skits about protecting our mountains- land, animals, and ecosystems. Mahalo to our guest experts for providing feedback to our haumana.
Papa Hoku Trimester 2 Hōʻike with Anakala Kenneth (Waimanalo Limu Hui) and Anake Annie (Hanauma Bay) sharing what they learned about protecting our coral reefs through the interactive class mural they created.
We took the entire K-5 to partner with @malamamaunalua for an invasive limu huki!
Watch students Willa, Atomic, and Papa Hoku on Sea Life Park's Facebook page. Hear them describe the names the class chose for Sea Life Park's newest animal friends, Kūpaʻa and Liʻi. https://www.facebook.com/105015532870022/posts/2879668262071388/?vh=e&d=n