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Donʻt Let the Flu Sneak Up on You

Caption: A young boy blows his nose to help clear his congested nose.
November 28, 2020

Lasting from fall to late winter, Covid-19 isnʻt the only thing to watch out for, there is also another virus that circulates through the air known as influenza virus or the flu.   While many...

Disney Plus New Feature: GroupWatch

Showing how to GroupWatch one your phone.
November 25, 2020

Disney rolled out the streaming service Disney Plus, on Nov. 12th 2019, bringing to the homes of all avid Disney souls, the golden collection of: Pixar, Marvel, Nat Geo, Star Wars, and Originals straight...

Thanksgiving Approaching

A Thanksgiving feast is served.
November 20, 2020

With Thanksgiving coming around the corner on Nov. 26, there is so much to prepare and look forward to doing. But with that in mind, we have to remember that COVID-19 limits how we would usually celebrate...

Field Trip Gone Virtual: Heʻeia Fishpond

Screenshots taken from the Zoom meeting show a live perspective of the fishpond.
November 17, 2020

On Nov. 6, a virtual field trip to Pae Pae ʻO Heʻeia Fishpond was held in adapting to a virtual learning environment. This was the second Virtual Science Chat event: in which guest speakers from the...

Backlog In Oahu’s DMVs

The Wahiawa Police station and Driver's License Department.
November 13, 2020

DMVs on Oahu doors open up once again after the response from Mayor Kirk Cladwells second mandatory stay home order. All Licensing Centers and Satellite City Hall locations on Oahu were temporarily...

Corona Resolves Traffic

Here is a picture of Aloha stadium fully maxed out due to rental cars
April 30, 2020

There are many changes happening due to pandemic COVID-19. One main change that we see in Hawaii, is the lack of traffic. Oʻahu has a population of approximately 953,207 people which may become a bit...

Students Finish the School Year Through Distance Learning

With all in-school education now closed, school superintendent Christine Kishimoto speaks about how the Department of Education is pursuing different approaches to student learning
April 23, 2020

As three weeks have come to pass since the issued stay-at-home order, the DOE has announced that all schools are closed for the remainder of the school year, which is May 28th. Joining the rest of the...

The Rise in Theft on Campus

Theft has increased this year and so has the value of items stolen.
April 22, 2020

A problem that is growing in frequency and severity on campus is theft. Compared to last year, there has been an uptick in the frequency of people having their property stolen. Theft has escalated to the...

Are We Prepared For A Disaster?

The Kamehameha Schools Emergency Pamphlet contains procedure for teacher and faculty to refer to in the event of an emergency on campus.
April 21, 2020

In recent years, disasters like wildfires, earthquakes, active shooters, etc, are occurring at a frequent rate across the world. Disaster can strike at any time and can be man-made or natural. The Kamehameha...

Student Release: What Are We Looking At?

Principal Wendy Erskine addressed the matters of student dismissal as a solution only used when there is no other option.
April 19, 2020

Currently, students are taking note of the rise of student releases. Students speculate the rise of student release is due to the “zero tolerance” policy. Auliʻi Silva, a current senior at Kamehameha...

Effects the Coronavirus Has on Boarding

The Coronavirus has brought up concerns amongst the boarding community.
April 17, 2020

With COVID-19 in Hawai’i, there is a concern with the boarders. Studentʻs living in close proximity practically 24/7. The dorm advisors and staff are working on the fly to make sure each student stays...

COVID-19: How the Pandemic Has Affected Students Thus Far

The Corona Virus has impacted events and gatherings world wide due to how contagious the virus is.
March 14, 2020

COVID-19 or the Coronavirus disease has become a pandemic and is affecting populations worldwide. The disease is spread via person-to-person contact. Being within 6-feet of an infected individual or...

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