Mid-Pacific Institute: 1/2 Royo

1/2 Royo

Hoʻolauleʻa 2018

Posted on March 17, 2018

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Previous Classroom Updates

Itsy Bitsy Steps

Posted on March 9, 2018

Hello, Families, Can you believe it? This is our last week before spring break. Everyone is so excited for Hoʻolaulea on Friday. Time sure does fly when you're having fun. This week's blog will look at some of the writing...

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We Are Family

Posted on March 4, 2018

Hello, Families, It was wonderful to see so many grandparents and special friends at our Grandparentsʻ Day celebration. The connections that these students share with their families is truly special. I had a chance to speak with a few grandparents...

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500 and Beyond

Posted on February 24, 2018

Hello, Families, Oh my, how time is flying! Next week starts the month of March. So hard to believe how the year has progressed so quickly. This week's blog focuses on our math curriculum. After an extensive look at the...

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Where Do the Children Play?

Posted on February 18, 2018

Hello, Families, As part of our inquiry on the relationship between place and identity, this week the class went to the playground and chose an area that had significant meaning to them. They were asked to take photographs of that...

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Story in a Bucket

Posted on February 10, 2018

Hello, Families, What an exciting week in Manu-O-Ku 13! With a focus on writing and creating stories, our little writers were busy brainstorming ideas and topics to write about. It's not always easy for young authors to develop stories, so...

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Zero to 100...Real Quick

Posted on February 4, 2018

Hello, Families, This week we celebrated our 100th day in school! It's hard to believe we've arrived at this landmark number in the year. Each morning since our first day of school, the class has been adding a straw to...

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When the Levee Breaks

Posted on January 26, 2018

Hello, Families, We had quite an exciting week in Manu-O-Ku 13. Students were immersed in the concepts of physics , engineering, and hydrodynamics. Students were first introduced to the scientific method. This is a process whereby students develop a question...

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