Kawaiahaʻo Church School

Posts by Tammy Mori

Enrichment & Elementary Open House

Please join us at our Elementary Breakfast Open House on Thursday, January 25 beginning at 7:45 a.m. All prospective families and current families are welcome!   Our elementary students will be serving a pancake breakfast, sharing what they are learning, and what makes Kawaiahaʻo Church School such a special place! You can also visit our new…

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Socks of Love

Mahalo to our school ʻohana for donating more than 200 socks of love care packages!  Staff from Waikiki Health Center is distributing our donations to shelters/centers in town, North Shore, and the Leeward side.  We hope this will brighten up the holidays for families in need!  

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Cultural Day Celebration & Walkathon

Thank you to our teachers, students, and families for making our Cultural Day Celebration and Walkathon so fun and memorable!  Each class studied a country- learned more about its culture, food, activities, vocabulary, songs, and more! It was a fun opportunity to show our families a window into what our keiki have learned this month!…

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Spirit of Aloha Award

Congratulations again to Iksu and Isabel for winning the “Spirit of Aloha” Award! They are 2 leaders at our school, shepherding the younger elementary students with compassion and kindness. Where bullying can be a problem in some schools, these 2 set a strong example for our school of what it means to lead with aloha.…

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Pumpkin Patch Fun!

Mahalo to all of our families and students for making this year’s Pumpkin Patch a success!  We are grateful to Aloun Farms, our generous donors, and volunteer families for your helping hands.    

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Fire Station Visit

This month is National Fire Prevention Week, and the theme is: “Every second counts; plan 2 ways out.”  Our keiki have been doing emergency drills at school, were given a Firefighter’s Guide from the Honolulu Fire Department, and this week are visiting our neighborhood Fire Station!  The keiki loved learning more about the different equipment…

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Ipukukui Visit

Mahalo to the students of Ipukukui Oʻahu Waena for coming to our school to read to our keiki, and to lead makahiki activities and games!  These high schoolers  are learning about traits of a servant leader and putting these skills to practice by serving their community.  Our keiki look up to you as role models and…

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Huakaʻi

We had a wonderful Huakaʻi in East Honolulu!  We started the morning with a beach clean up led by Mālama Honua, and we talked about leaving places more beautiful than how we find it.  Then, the keiki got to meet Ocean Safety’s Rescue 2 Team – and learned more about what they do and how…

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OPEN HOUSE

Come visit our beautiful campus in the historic district of downtown Honolulu on Thursday, October 5th at 4pm. We serve keiki from 2 years old through grade 5. Learn about our Christian, Montessori, S.T.E.A.M. curriculum, and how we integrate Hawaiian language and values. You can walk through our classrooms and meet our teachers and staff.…

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Featured in Hawaii Parent Magazine

Kawaiahaʻo Church School was featured in the Fall edition of Hawaii Parent Magazine in an article entitled “Benefits of Learning Languages at a Young Age”.  In addition to having a dual language program, Kawaiahaʻo Church School has integrated the Hawaiian language and culture into its curriculum. The article explained that children develop 85% of their…

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