September 22, 2022
ʻĀina-Based Learning Helps Haumāna Grow Deep Roots to the Land
Alexis Kageyama joins Māhele Lalo as the new science kumu and hopes to tie in ʻāina-based learning with her overall science curriculum. Kageyama’s move to this new position is part of a much larger campus-wide focus on ʻāina-based learning.
September 15, 2022
Athletes Demonstrate ʻŌiwi Leadership at Kīpaipai Fridays
Kīpaipai Fridays is a weekly opportunity for high school athletes to cheer on their younger Kamehameha Schools Maui siblings as they arrive for a new school day — helping to build pilina between students and leadership skills of athletes.
September 8, 2022
For Kumu, By Kumu: Designing Hawaiian Culture-Based Professional Development
Kaʻaikuahiwi is a multi-year initiative geared toward giving kumu the tools that they need to make Hawaiian Culture-Based Education a reality in every classroom. A group of kumu are designing professional development courses to support our kumu’s mission to nurture ʻōiwi leaders.
September 1, 2022
Haumāna Remember Hawaiʻi’s Last Reigning Aliʻi
Haumāna from across the KS Maui campus wrote letters to Queen Liliʻuokalani in honor of her 184th birthday that will be delivered to ʻIolani Palace. Haumāna at Māhele Lalo (K-5) will hold a celebration of mele and hula in her honor, as will the haumāna at Māhele Luna (6-8).
August 31, 2022
Five KS Maui Seniors Receive National College Board Recognition
Five Kamehameha Schools Maui seniors have earned academic recognition from the College Board National Recognition Programs, which grant underrepresented students honors for their academic achievement and success on college assessments.