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Snacks being passed out in Konia

Hybrid?

Kaylah Toves, Reporter October 11, 2021

With the spread of COVID-19’s new Delta variant, is continuing in-person learning on campus the best idea? Although the vaccination brings a sense of security to many, there are certain contingencies...

What’s To be Expected for Founders Day and Song Contest This Year?

Ivory Unga, Reporter October 8, 2021

It’s 2021 people. A new school year. A new class on the hill. A new hope for normalcy. The 2021-2022 school has much to offer now that students are back on the hill, and events like Founders Day and...

KS Advocacy Club Logo

Advocacy Club

Joshua Ching, Reporter October 7, 2021

The Advocacy Club works to give a platform for students at Kamehameha Schools looking to take on some of the largest obstacles confronting our communities, big and small. From gender equality to climate...

New School Year, New Student Drivers

New School Year, New Student Drivers

Andreana La Pierre, Reporter October 6, 2021

Student drivers are ecstatic to be driving to school this year. Many are excited to finally be able to use their driver's licenses and not have to rely on others to transport them to and from school. The...

Students walk with one another to their classes with their masks on

Covid on Campus

Kaylah Toves, Reporter October 5, 2021

As Kamehameha Schools operates at full capacity amidst the ongoing pandemic, there are major protocols put in place to keep students and staff safe, along with developments on the spread of COVID-19. Unvaccinated...

Students finally being able to walk on our beautiful campus after over a year of
distance learning

Returning to Normal: 2021-2022 School Year

Kaylah Toves, Reporter October 4, 2021

For the first time in over a year, Kamehameha Schools’ students are back on campus for the 2021-2022 school year. After completing the 2020-2021 school through full distance learning, many kids are...

I MUA WARRIORS! Hiapo Kaʻapana plays in his first game since
vaccine mandate was announced.

KS Athletes Affected by New Vaccine Mandate

Kylee Bartholomew-Tangaro, Reporter October 1, 2021

Kamehameha Schools Kapālama mandates COVID-19 vaccine for all athletes. Kamehameha Schools Kapālama sent out a notice saying “KSK individual and team sports will be available only to student-athletes,...

Upper and Lower class boarders take over the court in a competitive round of dodgeball.

Kamehameha Kapālama Campus Changes the Boarding Program.

Tayvhe-Lei Kaupu-Galon, Reporter September 29, 2021

With the new school year comes new changes especially within Residential Life, formally known as Boarding, at Kamehama’s Kapālama Campus. After the closing of the boarding program due to safety...

 A step towards the future: Governor David Ige signs the House Bill 451 in 2017.
Picture credit: OHA

Hawaiian Homes for the Future

Kylee Bartholomew-Tangaro, Reporter September 28, 2021

House Bill 451 proposed to lessen the blood quantum for successors of Hawaiian Homes. According to the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, this new legislation HB 451 only affects lessee beneficiaries...

Busses packed to the max during Covid

Kamehameha Schools Busses Packed with Students

Hi’ilei Carvalho-Mattos, Reporter September 27, 2021

With school returning to in-person learning, busses are running at full capacity with students facing various challenges. As Kamehameha students return to school, within the first few weeks, bus riders...

NEW DRESS CODE IGNITES CONVERSATIONS ON SELF-EXPRESSION

NEW DRESS CODE IGNITES CONVERSATIONS ON SELF-EXPRESSION

Joshua Ching, Reporter September 24, 2021

As students make their way back to in-person learning, a number of changes to the dress code accompany their return. This year, Kamehameha Schools’ dress code guidelines are no longer divided by gender...

Flik worker packs up lunch for lower lunch

Flik Faces Policy Changes Due to COVID-19

Kyla Castro September 23, 2021

After almost a year and a half of distance learning, the staff at Flik were faced with the task of preparing over 1,000 pre-made meals a day for students, faculty, and staff. Much like most policy changes...

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