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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...

COVID-19 vaccine infographic. (Contributed by: Danielle Alred / NEWS10)

First COVID-19 Vaccine Fully Authorized By FDA

Sophie Bell, Reporter September 22, 2021

On Aug.23, 2021, the Food and Drug Administration authorized the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine for individuals 16 years of age and older. The FDA granted full authorization for the use of Pfizer...

Teammates share a moment together before facing Punahou in
their first game

Covid Safety in Sports

Kylee Bartholomew-Tangaro, Reporter September 20, 2021

With sports starting again, Kamehameha Schools has implemented many new rules to ensure the safety of nā haumāna. The KS website lists new rules and restrictions, the goal being to stop the spread...

View of Konia Field Taken From Konia Balcony

Bridging the Gap: Campus Merging Grades 9-12

Logan Houghtailing, Reporter September 17, 2021

Students in grades 9-12 experience a different trek around school with new campus modifications. It’s no secret that the coronavirus has brought numerous changes both big and small to our campus....

Caption: A young boy blows his nose to help clear his congested nose.

Donʻt Let the Flu Sneak Up on You

Tayvhe-Lei Kaupu-Galon, Staff Reporter 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...

Screenshots taken from the Zoom meeting show a live perspective of the fishpond.

Field Trip Gone Virtual: Heʻeia Fishpond

Maya Tabije, Staff Reporter 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...

A banana Nutella crepe with a side of Neapolitan Ice Cream and Whip Cream.

Desserts at Home: Crepes

Makanaonalani Manuel, Staff Reporter November 14, 2020

Crepes are thin and delicate French-style pancakes that were invented in the thirteen centuries in Brittany. Not only is it a delicate dish, but it is a dessert that can be added with many toppings.   The...

The Wahiawa Police station and Drivers License Department.

Backlog In Oahu’s DMVs

Sir William Cornwell, Staff Reporter 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...

An empty Hanauma Bay during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hawaiʻi’s Natural Ecosystems and COVID-19

Azure Nikora, Staff Reporter October 10, 2020

Hawaiʻi has definitely had its fair share of struggles during this COVID-19 pandemic, but thankfully its ecosystems have not nearly had to share in that same struggle. Known for its year-round sunshine...

Pop Smokes album ‘Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon.

Pop Smokes Deluxe Album and How it Impacted Quarantine

Makanaonalani Manuel, Staff Reporter October 9, 2020

Within the COVID-19 quarantine time period, multiple artists came out with new music, including the late Bashar Jackson, a.k.a. Pop Smoke. His album, called ‘Shoot for The Stars, Aim for The Moon,’...

Discovering ways to overcome stress in distance learning is vital as students ease into the new school year.

Small Ways to Stay Motivated in Distance Learning

Gisele Bisch, Staff Reporter October 5, 2020

Now nearing the end of the first quarter, Kamehameha School students (along with most schools across the country) have been handling their classes behind a screen. With quarantine regulations being...

Mayor Kirk Caldwell as of last week Monday, imposed a mandatory mask wearing ordinance to help combat the COVID-19

Living in a Pandemic Prompts Penelope Owen to Make Masks

Zaysha Akina-Mahoe, Staff Reporter April 30, 2020

While many are shuffling to find and buy masks, Penelope Owen constructs her own and encourages the public to learn and make their masks. Beginning this Monday, April 20, Kirk Caldwell, the mayor of Honolulu,...

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