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Did I meet my goals? How did I meet my goals? What was my favorite part of the trip? What were my biggest challenges on the trip? How did we follow our Hawaiian values?
What was your hypothesis for your experiment “The Case of the Stongest Cord”? Please explain (If…then…because).
It is time for our student-led conferences. These conferences are a celebration of our students suceess. The students have been working very hard to prepare for this exciting event. They have selected samples from all subjects in their diverse curriculum. … Continue reading
Grade 3/4 culminates their Native American unit with class presentations and a school wide gallery walk.
Grade 3/4 has just finished their Conflict Resolution unit with our “Puppet Theater” project sharing conflicts with creative resolutions. Fantastic job!
Grade 3/4 combined with the rest of KPS and Kilauea school to spread the word of peace in Kilauea neighborhood. The class was excited to practice community peace for their Conflict Resolution unit.
Peace Poetry and Movement Click Above Link to View Video
Grade 3/4 focusing on building the tribe with outside challenges including spider web, 5-ball circle, ship, line shapes, trust circle, and trust walk.
Kauai Pacific teachers are working hard with digital storytelling maestra Silvia Tolisano at Malama Kauai. We are focusing on creating a digital portfolio for the school. This is our first post!