We are home to a little over 500 keiki (children) on the leeward coast of the island of Oʻahu. Our school is packed with vibrant, creative, and curious explorers! They are full of excitement and enjoy engaging in activities that are fun, thought-provoking, and hands-on!
Our students overcome enormous obstacles and roll with the highs and lows that come from day to day challenges.
We push together each day to grow mentally, emotionally, and academically. They are brave, they are resilient, they are capable!
In my current position, I support all of the students in our school on a rotating schedule. This means that approximately 475-500 children come into contact with my classroom. To ensure that they, in addition to their families, are kept safe I would like to provide them with the necessary supplies to keep our areas and materials clean and germ-free. On top of our in-class experiences, we incorporate authentic and experiential opportunities in our school māla (garden). Our students enjoy being outdoors and discovering their relationships with our land and natural resources. Most days we find ourselves getting down and dirty and in need to keep clean and green! Mrs. Meyerʻs soap will definitely help make a difference in our hygienic routine. Thank you so, so, so much in advance for your contribution! Here's to our future sanitation station and a sink area that will make all smile! :)
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