ʻO au ʻo Leimomi Cleghorn. No Mililani mai au. He kāne kupaianaha kaʻu a he ʻekolu mau keiki kupaianaha kā māua. Nui kā mākou hana me kā mākou halepule. ʻO kaʻu hana punahele ka hula ʻana no ke Akua.
ʻO au ke kumu kākoʻo no ke Kula Kaiapuni ʻo Waiau. Ua hoʻomaka au i ke Kula Kaiapuni ʻo Waiau ke hele kaʻu mau keiki i ke kula i ka makahiki 2005. He makua kōkua au. I ka makahiki 2006, ua hoʻomaka kaʻu hana me ke kula. Ua kōkua au i ka hale ʻāina a piʻi aʻe i ke kumu kākoʻo i ka makahiki 2014. Kōkua nui au me ka Papa Mālaaʻo a i ka Papa 2. ʻO kaʻu hana punahele me lākou i ka hana ʻana i ka hui heluhelu. Makemake loa au e kōkua i nā keiki me ko lākou aʻo ʻana a kōkua i nā kumu.
My name is Leimomi Cleghorn. I am from Mililani. I am blessed to be married to an amazing man and we have three amazing children. We do a lot with our church. My favorite thing to do is Christian hula.
I am an Educational Assistant for the Hawaiian Language Immersion Program. I started being involved at Waiau Elementary as a parent volunteer when my children started attending Waiau’s Hawaiian Language Immersion Program in 2005. In 2006, when my youngest started Kindergarten, I started working in the cafeteria and through the years worked up to becoming an Educational Assistant in 2014. I help a lot with kindergarten through second grade of the Hawaiian Language Immersion Program. My favorite thing to do with them is reading groups. I really enjoy helping the keikis learn and supporting and helping the kumus. It has been a blessing to be a part of the Waiau ʻOhana and to watch the children grow through the years.
These three ʻōlelo noʻeau are part of the foundation of my ʻohana and the Waiau ʻohana, and ones that I live by each day:
Aloha aku, aloha mai – give love, get love Mālama kekahi i kekahi – take care of one another Kūlia i ka nuʻu – strive for the highest