Kalaheo High School students host this week's show from their campus in Kailua, Windward Oahu. Students from Seabury Hall Upper School on Maui cover the ongoing restoration efforts on Kahoolawe. On Oahu, Kamehameha Schools Kapalama students visit 'Ulu'ulu, Hawaii's official archive for historical footage, currently housed at UH West Oahu.
This episode also features student stories from: Hawaii Preparatory Academy (Hawaii Island); Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School and Kapaa Middle School on Kauai; Waialua High and Intermediate School and Wheeler Middle School on Oahu.
Original Air Date: May 2, 2013.
Students from Island School on Kauai host this episode. Student reporters from Mililani Middle School on Oahu share their tradition that honors war veterans: painting symbols of peace on stones. Also on Oahu, Mid-Pacific Institute students chronicle the history of famed Honolulu plate lunch spot, Rainbow Drive-In.
This episode also features stories from: Kamehameha Schools Maui and Lokelani Intermediate School on Maui; and Campbell High School, Kapolei High School and Roosevelt High School on Oahu.
Original Air Date: May 9, 2013.
Students from Waiakea High School on Hawaii Island host this edition, which features a story about a Maryknoll School student who competed in an Ironman Triathlon in Canada-and has type 1 diabetes. On Kauai, students from Ke Kula Niihau O Kekaha Public Charter School chronicle the construction of a traditional Hawaiian house (hale).
This episode also features student stories from: Kapaa High School (Kauai); Hana K-12 School and Seabury Hall Middle School on Maui; and Farrington High School and Waipahu Intermediate School on Oahu.
Original Air Date: May 23, 2013.
Halau Ku Mana Public Charter School graduate Nohea Miller and Halau Ku Mana Senior Olu Schaller host a special compilation show of past HIKI NŌ stories that focus on Hawaiian culture. Included are: a story from Hana K-12 School on how the tradition of akule fishing keeps an East Maui community together; a report from St. Andrew's Priory about that school's annual celebration of its founding Ali'i Queen Emma; a feature from Kamehameha Schools Kapalama about their recently completed Hawaiian Cultural Center; Halau Ku Mana's story on its annual Makahiki (ancient Hawaiian games) festival; the traditional Hawaiian art of hale (or house) building from Ke Kula Niihau O Kekaha on Kauai, and a report from Punahou School about the Eldredge family's legacy of organizing the school's Holoku Ball.
Original air date: September 5, 2013.
Original air date: September 12, 2013.
Farrington High School students Ismael Salameh and Malia Derden host a special compilation of past HIKI NŌ stories that focus on people helping people and other forms of community service. Included are: a report from Kealakehe High School on Hawaii Island about the Kona community pulling together to build homes for the needy via Habitat for Humanity; the story of a Kainalu Elementary student who, thanks to his Boy Scout training, saves the life of a choking friend by using the Heimlich Maneuver; a feature from Kapolei High School on Oahu about a young woman's public service campaign for high blood pressure awareness; Waianae High School's story about a family that pulls together to support it's matriarch's battle with Alzheimer's disease; a feature from Seabury Hall Middle School on Maui about a simple crafts program that positively impacts people on the opposite side of the globe; a story on Maryknoll School's annual student mission to Majuro; and a beach preservation project led by students from Kapolei High School.
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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.
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