Posts Tagged ‘Children’

Kenny Joseph: Waianae Pop Warner Football Coach

Head coach Kenny Joseph got  interested in football coaching by watching his father and brother coach.  Joseph started coaching youngsters in 1996 and began his first baseball season with his team Little Rascals, made up of f...


Stages Come Alive at Nanakuli, Kapolei High Schools

The Nanakuli High and Intermediate School Performing Arts Center will present the musical review  “Flashback” featuring musical numbers from past productions as well as some new ones.  “Flashback ” wil...


Waianae High School Tackles School Safety Issues To Prevent Violence

The recent stabbing incident on the Waianae High School campus between two students, which involved bullying and highjacking, has prodded the school to undertake positive measures to prevent future violent incidents. Waianae Hi...


Nanakuli High School Students Show Aloha Doing Service Projects

Students at Nanakuli High School are active with service projects this month in January. The Interact Club helped the Kapolei Rotary Club serve lunch to the veterans at their Kalaeloa facility on New Year’s Day. Again, wi...



Nanakuli High School & Intermediate School Events – January, February & March 2013

January 1 – Interact Club helped the Kapolei Rotary Club to serve lunch to the veterans at their Kalaeloa facility January 3 – first day of 3rd quarter, 2nd semester January 11 – I Steep testing through Englis...


Calvin Endo Strengthens School-Community Ties in Waianae

Every town wants to have someone be an effective liaison between its schools and community, and Waianae is fortunate to have Calvin Endo. Because of his relentless efforts with the local parent-teacher associations, he was reco...


Waianae Neighborhood Board Nixes Makaha Sober House, Ponder Homeless In The Brush

On December 4, 2012, the Waianae Neighborhood Board voted to deny support for a conditional use permit (CUP) to expand an alcohol and drug group living facility. R. Elsey, the applicant for the CUP, plans to increase their grou...


Waianae Parks Promote Spring Fun and Learning

The Waianae District of the City and County Parks and Recreation Department will host new classes for fun and learning at parks located in Makaha, Nanakuli, Maili, Waianae Regional Park, and at the Pililaau Park. The spring pro...



A Christmas Memory

It was December 1951 in our Quonset hut, our home on the Waianae Coast. The winter waves crashed on the shoreline across the street from our home. The smell of ocean spray drifted inland, mingling with the odor of rotting dead ...


Story Time for Children at the Waianae Public Library

At Waianae Public Library Theresa Boro, the children’s librarian, conducts an all-year program called “Story Time” for pre-schoolers, children who are three years old and younger. Story Time is held every Thur...


Nanakuli High School Performing Arts Center Provides Holiday Entertainment

Nanakuli High School is holding their Ohana Ike Festival, a hoolaulea, at their football field on Saturday, December 8, starting at 4 P.M.  Students from their Performing Arts Center program will put on a Christmas show at 7 P...


Kapolei High School News – November 26, 2012

Annual Winter Concert to be held on December 7 at 6 P.M. in the school plaza near the cafeteria. Winter Ball to be held on December 20, 5:30 – 10:30 P.M., at the Pacific Beach Hotel.  All grade levels were invited. Kapolei C...



Waianae High School Students Give To Their Community

For the months of November and December the Waianae High School student government is conducting a food drive. They will donate all the canned goods to the needy right before Christmas. Story Night is a monthly project for the ...