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Mālama Honua PCS

Waimānalo Aloha ʻĀina (WAʻA)

Papahana Huakaʻi

Oʻahu

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PROGRAM OUTCOMES

In Papa Loʻi, haumāna traced wai to its source, understood the components of a functioning loʻi, explored food sovereignty, and mālama Hāloa. Haumāna learned mele and oli honoring wahi pana of Waimānalo in the Papa Mele and Papa Oli, to remind us of our kuleana. Papa Waʻa included building model waʻa and sailing Waimānalo Bay. Papa Uhau Humu Pōkahu taught haumāna to mālama fishpond and ocean resources.

K-2 Transition Camps prepared keiki to start the school year successfully, while the Windward College Math Camp strengthened math skills for 7th and 8th graders, while giving them exposure to the college campus and college professors. The Papa ʻEwalu Defense Camp prepared 8th graders for their final year at Mālama Honua PCS and their 8th Grade Defense.