Students from Mililani Middle School host this episode, which features student journalists from Aliamanu Middle School looking back on the Salt Lake public library's history in the celebration of its 20th anniversary. On Kauai, Kapaa High School students feature the island's craze over a Japanese toy called kendama.
Other featured schools: Kealakehe High School (Hawaii Island); Kihei Charter School (Maui); Kainalu Elementary School, Leilehua High School, Punahou School and Waianae High School (Oahu).
Original Air Date: September 20, 2012
HMSA President and CEO Mike Gold talks about why HMSA is a major supporter of HIKI NO.
* 2013 HIKI NŌ Award winner - Best Anchor Team - Middle School Division - Ka Waihona O Ka Naauao Public Charter School (Oahu)
Students from Ka Waihona o ka Naauao Public Charter School host this episode from their campus on Oahu's Leeward Coast. Between stories, student hosts will take viewers on a tour of their school and their Waianae Coast community.
This episode also features student-produced stories from the following schools: Konawaena High School (Hawaii); Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School (Kauai); Maui Preparatory Academy and Maui Waena Intermediate School (Maui); and Kainalu Elementary School, Moanalua High School and Waianae High School (Oahu).
Students from Waianae High School host this episode from their campus on Oahu's Leeward Coast. At Kamehameha Maui Middle School, students learn outside the classroom through a Habitat for Humanity project. Also, Punahou School students talk with Marion Lyman-Mersereau, a social studies teacher and former Hokulea crew member during several voyages, including the 1978 voyage that ended when the canoe capsized in the Pacific.
This episode features student-produced stories from the following schools: Kealakehe High School (Hawaii); Waimea Canyon Middle School (Kauai); Seabury Hall High School (Maui); and Mililani Middle School and Waipahu High School (Oahu).
Students from Sacred Hearts Academy host this episode from their campus in Honolulu's Kaimuki district. On Maui, H.P. Baldwin High School's state swimming champ Jonah Hu learns that winning isn't everything. Meanwhile, at Aliamanu Middle School on Oahu, students follow the beat of different world cultures.
This episode also features student-produced stories from: Lahainaluna High School and Maui High School (Maui); and Kalaheo High School, Moanalua High School and Waialua High and Intermediate School (Oahu).
Original Air Date: January 24, 2013.
HIKI NŌ Season Four
HIKI NŌ is PBS Hawaii's weekly half-hour student news show. Under their teachers' guidance, students from over 80 public, private and charter schools statewide share stories from their schools and communities to Hawaii and the world.
For more information, go to: pbshawaii.org/hikino/index.php