Screenshot of American Revolution website

The Grade 5 American Revolution Museum Goes Virtual

Grade 5 students combined the arts and technology to create an impressively comprehensive and engaging multimedia website showcasing their learning for their American Revolution PBL as they asked themselves “How do we as artists create a website experience that connects our community with the people and events of the American Revolution?”

Grade 5 students with awards from The Stock Market Game competition.

Grade 5 Stock Market Investors Win Big

Grade 5 students in Mrs. Yoshino’s computer science class recently competed in the 2021 Stock Market Game. Two of the teams took first and second place in the Hawai’i Elementary School regional competition. Team Pixel (Mckenzie ‘28, Avalyn ‘28, Kyler ‘28, and Reigne ‘28) placed first, and Team Alex (Alexander ‘28) won second.

Mākeke Hana Lima logo

Grade 4 Students Create Mākeke Hana Lima, an Online Marketplace

Using a basic understanding of economics and all they have been learning about Hawaiʻi and its culture, Grade 4 students came up with the concept for and created an online marketplace, Mākeke Hana Lima (ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi for “handicraft”), selling products with a Hawaiian cultural emphasis that they made themselves.

Student posters hanging on stairs.

Grade 3 Students Learn Hands-On About Democracy With Spirit Week Election

Grade 3 students have been working on their Democracy, Presidents, and Media units of inquiry, and are practicing what theyʻve learned by organizing an election to determine the theme for one day of Spirit Week.… more w

Container garden hanging on fence

Elementary Students Create a Sustainable Container Garden Rainbow on Campus

What started as a Grade 5 design project in sustainability and gardening evolved to include all of the Elementary grades and resulted in the beautiful rainbow of container gardens hanging along the campus fence in… more w