Our two focuses were the second set of two which was on Excellence and AlohaWe displayed excellence because of their drawings. So only six students were chosen for the drawings. That was kind of one way to really show excellence. As for Aloha, having all the students come out,participate and just making this a really successful Ha 2nd Day was just really amazing. How did you feel about it?I felt really great because a lot of students came out and we did a lot more than we were expecting. We were expecting more less students to come out and we’re going to be here awhile. But having all the students come out and having this whole process being over with is just so amazing.There was a pretty Good turn out.Just stay tuned for our next Hay Day!
Draft Ha Day’s, campus Beautification WaysHa Day takes another breath of life, and brings a sense of Excellence and Aloha for a campus beautification day on May 12 from 7am -12pm, by inviting students, teachers, and other community members for the restoration of plants and painting benches at Nanakuli High and Intermediate School. Ha Day was initiated by Randall Shiroma, an Art teahcer who had a goal for the Na Hopena A’o statements or (Ha) B. R. E. A.T. H. of life.“So the acronym for it is Ha. Ha is the BREATH of life, so B stands for belonging, R is for responsibility, E is for Excellence, A is for Aloha, T is for the well-being, H is for what Hawai’i. If we have the strong sense of Ha we will be stronger,” said Shiroma.Kanani Diamond, Student Coordinator hoped for the 2nd Ha Day to be successful.” We just wanted as much students as possible to come out and help with the benches, and the painting the benches and also with the restoration of the plants. So I guess our main goal as a whole was to get students to participate in the 2nd Ha Day. . . There was a pretty good turn out, ”said Diamond.The first Ha Day was the focus of belonging and Responsibility.The second Ha Day has a main focus on the next two letters of the acronym B.R.E.A.T.H. of life.“We will accomplish a sense of Excellence and Aloha. These are two of the six outcomes of the
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