Through heartfelt pule, Kamehameha Schools Kapālama haumāna send their aloha, hope and encouragement in a video message.
See story »Kamehameha Schools Maui and ʻAʻapueo and Paukūkalo preschools welcomed haumāna back on August 17, more than a week after destructive wildfires sparked on Maui. School leaders carefully planned the return to ensure that employees, students and ʻohana receive the vital support needed for healing and the long road ahead.
See story »Families have lost their loved ones, homes, businesses and cherished belongings. As a united ‘ohana, Kamehameha Schools and Pauahi Foundation stand alongside the people of Maui, offering our unwavering support, strength and aloha. Let us come together to make a difference and kōkua Maui.
See story »This special edition of Mālama Ola Minute was written by Danny Goya, a Trauma Informed Care trainer, and strategy consultant II in Kamehameha Schools’ Strategy & Transformation group.
See story »Here is an update on the impact of the ongoing wildfires on Kamehameha Schools Maui sites for the rest of the week.
See story »It’s a rite of passage dating more than 130 years. Haumāna across the pae ʻāina have returned to the classroom. Here are some photos marking this momentous occasion.
See story »Eight KS Kapālama haumāna spent their summer getting an early boost in their post-secondary careers. They earned their nurse aide certification.
See story »KS budget and awards analyst Jeff Kaʻimi Naʻauao Wong KSK’08 has won the Red Bull BC One Midwest Cypher breakdancing competition, earning one of 16 coveted spots in the Red Bull National Final later this month. Wong, whose B-boy name is Ark, is believed to be the first kānaka ʻōiwi to win at this level.
See story »The Communications Group and ʻĀina Pauahi team won six awards, including the highest honor: The Best of Show at this year’s Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) – Hawai’i Chapter Koa Anvil Awards.
See story »In this month’s edition, we want to provide you with strategies for managing screen time and technology use within your family, ensuring a healthy balance between digital engagement and real-world experiences.
See story »Realizing the growing need to help even more Native Hawaiians, Teresa Makuakāne-Drechsel KSK’71 gives to the Pauahi Foundation through multiple streams to ensure future generations of haumāna are supported.
See story »In the ʻili of Waipao in Koʻolaupoko, Papahana Kuaola, a non-profit that stewards and cultivates this ʻili was the site for ʻAha ʻAina, Poi for the People – a fundraiser and benefit for Kamehameha Schools Mahiʻai Match-up and the Mahiʻai Scholarship. The event was a recipe for success: Growing food, farmers, and food system entrepreneurs to improve food security for Hawaiʻi.
See story »Mālama Ola Minute is a series brought to you by the Kamehameha Schools Mālama Ola Division to increase awareness, promote discussion, and offer tools to improve the physical and mental health of our haumāna.
See story »Kamehameha Schools has recently made two land acquisitions in southeastern and north Maui, adding more than 5,500 acres to its ʻāina portfolio.
See story »Twelve years after sustaining catastrophic damage from the tsunami triggered by a 9.0 earthquake in Japan, the restored Kona Village Resort situated on ʻĀina Pauahi in Ka‘ūpūlehu is poised to welcome guests again after a traditional Native Hawaiian dedication ceremony.
See story »Dozens of haumāna from all three campuses recently took part in an athletics leadership summit. The gathering served as an opportunity to build pilina across the campuses and further develop ʻōiwi leadership skills.
See story »Kamehameha Schools’ commercial real estate team has unveiled plans for the initial phase of the Kapaʻakea redevelopment in Mōʻiliʻili, which will be centered around education, culture, and commercial real estate. The project, known as Waiānuenue, aims to modernize the area while paying homage to its rich history and diverse culture.
See story »This week representatives from Kamehameha Schools will be in Juneau, Alaska, for the global launch of the Polynesian Voyaging Society’s Moananuiākea: A Voyage for Earth. The delegation consists of Kamehameha Schools Kapālama haumāna and kumu, and a cultural protocol team from Hoʻokahua Cultural Vibrancy Group that will continue the Schoolsʻ nearly 50-year kuleana as culture bearers and heritage keepers for the Hōkūleʻa.
See story »With the launch of Moananuiākea: A Voyage for Earth just days away, the Midkiff Learning Center on our Kapālama Campus has created new comprehensive resources for the voyage that are available to everyone.
See story »Kamehameha Schools is putting out a kāhea for food systems entrepreneurs to apply for Mahi‘ai Match-up, a program that aims to grow and develop food systems-related businesses.
See story »Secure your ʻohana’s safety! In this month’s Mālama Ola Minute, we share essential information, tips, and resources to help you and your ‘ohana stay prepared and resilient during this hurricane season.
See story »KS Maui Kahu Kalani Wong KSK’74 shares the inspiring stories of Kamehameha ‘Ekahi and the Apostle Paul as they grapple with past injustices, ultimately finding the path of righteousness and forgiveness.
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