Saturday, May 18th
Please join us in the gardens and visit our Green Market where Waikiki School students will be sharing their 'green' creations.
....and much more
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Thursday, August 30, 2012
Our back to school work day was a huge success. With 50 families, friends, community members and Pearl Harbor Sailors, we got an incredible amount of work done with great camaraderie and fun for all! After the sweat and hard work all were treated to a delicious salad prepped by CHEFS Hawaii.
Thursday, March 8, 2012
Waikiki students raised $12,000 for technology today with the Great Waikiki Fun Run. Students ran 0.5, 1 or 2 miles in 20 minutes to bring in new computers and ipads to their school.
After the long run, students were treated to herb-flavored waters designed by 2nd graders and fresh fruits donated by Rep. Scott Nishimoto.
Thursday, January 26, 2012
We enjoyed a lovely Saturday afternoon helping out at the Punahou gardens and helping to plant Madre Cacao (or Gliricidia) trees that were started from seeds of our own peace garden trees! While there we noticed the beautiful lady bugs and monarch butterflies making their home!
Ms. Park's 4th graders enjoyed the tough job of removing more of our clogged weed mat. Soon we will have a new paved walkway just outside our plant nursery. And check out the team work needed to carry a 3/4" heavy piece of plywood to the plant nursery. The plywood is needed to finish our sink and kitchen area.
Ms. Fong's 2nd graders started a new unit on Garden Senses and began by working on the herb garden and investigating some of the smells and 'flavors' of herbs. Students visited 9 herb stations, smelled each herb and wrote a single word description of the smell. They then wrote a type of food they could imagine being flavored by that herb and lastly chose their favorite smelling herb to bring home. Next week we will prepare samples of our favorite herb-flavored foods.
Friday, January 20, 2012
After a hard-working hour in the garden, Mr. Melton's 4th grade students prepare a delicious garden harvest...
Ms. Caine's 2nd grade class checked on their growing nasturtium plants, weeded the kale garden bed and transplanted lilikoi seedlings. On their way back to class, students harvested edible flowers for a unique tasting!
Ms. Matsuoka's 6th graders continued to develop their safe and effective use of cutting tools, using the loppers and pruning shears to trim our giant banana plants.
Ms. Park's 5th grade class demonstrated effective teamwork with their commitment to remove a worn-out and weed-saturated section of weed mat. Persistence, team work and good ole sweat equity.... oh and having a lot of fun too.