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KS outlines criteria for determining close contacts throughout its three campuses

New Semester Means New Covid-19 Guidelines for KS

Logan Houghtailing, Reporter February 15, 2022

With the coming of a new year, new changes can always be expected. For KS, this has meant numerous adjustments to coronavirus protocol campus-wide.   Due to a sizable uptick of coronavirus cases,...

Nathan Chen (left) and Yuzuru Hanyu (right) pictured at the Feb. 9th figure skating event. PC: Nikkei Asia

Beijing Olympics: 2022

Kaylah Toves, Reporter February 14, 2022

While not everyone is a sports junkie, there’s something about the Olympics that brings athletic and non-athletic people together. The Winter Olympics started last week Friday, Feb. 4, and is being hosted...

Competitors gather for their post-tournament traditional photo on December 11

Speech and Debates Return to Kamehameha Schools

Hi’ilei Carvalho-Mattos, Staff Reporter January 22, 2022

After two years of not competing in-person with each other, Kamehameha Schools Speech and Debate acclimates to the “new normal” with continued online competition. On Nov. 20th and December 11th,...

Snacks being passed out in Konia


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...

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...

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...

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....

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