MOST RECENT VIDEOS
Keep Our Bathrooms Clean Please
A video presentation by our enrichment students to remind everyone to keep our bathrooms clean. The students utilized Design Thinking to create this video.Uploaded Feb 16, 2016 to Hui Aloha & Mālamalama
Our Future Is Bright! No Drugs In Sight!
A drug free message by Hauoli & KuhiUploaded Feb 15, 2016 to Counseling
He Paukū ʻŌlelo: E Kākau Kākou! (Māhele 2)
Mākaukau nō nā keiki a pau i ke kūkulu paukū ʻana. Eia nō ka hana a hapalua aʻe o ka papa i kā lākou wehewehe ʻana i iʻa Hawaiʻi ʻē aʻe.Uploaded Feb 01, 2016 by Kanoe Gowan to 3rd Grade and Hawaiian Immersion
He Paukū ʻŌlelo: E Kākau Kākou!
ʻO ke kākau ko kākou mau manaʻo i palapala ʻia wale nō. Ua hoʻomaʻamaʻa mākou i ke kākau me ka ʻōlelo waha. He paukū kēia e pili ana i kekahi iʻa Hawaiʻi, e kākau kākou!Uploaded Feb 01, 2016 by Kanoe Gowan to 3rd Grade and Hawaiian Immersion
"We Wish You a Merry Christmas"
A special message to you from all the students in Mrs. Min's class.Uploaded Dec 15, 2015 by Kimberly Min
"Here Comes Santa in a Red Canoe"
A joyous rendition of a favorite Christmas song by the first grade students of 104F.Uploaded Dec 15, 2015 by Kimberly Min
- 00:43 Oli Kunihi Uploaded Nov 16, 2015 by Kirstie Kane Akana to 4th Grade
Why is Google Classroom a great tool to use in the classroom? Watch and find out!Uploaded Oct 19, 2015 by Queena Yuen-Ohta
Loko Iʻa (Fishpond) Lesson
Students worked together to build a loko iʻa while discovering how it works.Uploaded Sep 20, 2015 by Kirstie Kane Akana
Students were given an island (cookie) to live on and use a natural resource (harvesting ʻopihi) to make a living. They graphed the perimeter and area of their island before and after harvesting. Next, calculated the income earned. Finally ended with discussions on different issues like economics, sustainability (mālama honua) and responsibility (kuleana). We also watched strip mining videos of what is currently happening today.Uploaded Sep 20, 2015 by Kirstie Kane Akana