Posted on May 5, 2017
May Day at Mid-Pacific never disappoints. This year, our children treated their families to a coloful and nostalgic trip across Hawaii. One of my favorite aspects of May Day is the color. As the children performed the hula, it was as if a rainbow had come to life. There were the scarlet voyagers of preschool, the swish of the sandy skirts of first grade, and the profusion of colorful blossoms of the girls of third and fourth grade. I have watched my students perform in many May Day programs, this one was truly memorable. Please enjoy the pictures below.
Waiting to perform!
Finally, it's our turn. The boys bringing back the Kahului Railroad:
The girls celebrating the beauty of the blossoms found throughout Hawaii
Our May Day celebrations are only a success because of the endless hours Mrs. Kekuna and our parents put into helping us to prepare for the program. Thank you for all you do for the children! We truly appreciate it!
Ready to give Mom a lei of appreciation for her hard work!
Friday also marked a moment of passage for our class. Our beloved Teacher Candidate, Ms. Compton will be graduating next week. After the program, we said our farewells to her. We wish Ms. Compton much success in her next chapter as a teacher!
Wetlands Inquiry Open House:
On Tuesday, May 23rd, the students will be holding an open house of their wetland inquiry learning. They are very excited to share their learning with you. The link below is the invitation to our open house. We hope all of our families will be able to attend.