After-School Program, ʻOhana Program
& Community Events
"Hui Mālama O Ke Kai is an after-school program, but it's also a place where self-efficacy is strengthened by celebrating traditional values, where children and families learn and create together...Hui Mālama O Ke Kai is a model for culture-based, after-school learning & we hope to be a model for the world."
- Kathy Morris, Poʻo (Executive Director) of the Hui Mālama O Ke Kai Foundation
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Spotlight: Kumu Alakaʻi - ʻŌpio Program
Responsible for serving as the lead teacher/coordinator (Kumu Alakaʻi) for the Hui Mālama O Ke Kai (HMK) ‘Ōpio After-school Program: A Hawaiian cultural, youth development, outdoor recreation program for 7th-12th graders in Waimānalo that focuses on cultivating pride and leadership by living Hawaiian values. The HMK ‘Ōpio Program builds upon the skills and experiences acquired in the Keiki Program and serves as the platform for leadership, mentorship and community-service learning.
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- HMK Keiki After-School Program
- HMK ʻŌpio After-School Program
- HMK 'Ohana Program
Hale Waʻa Community Work Day
Saturday, September 17, 2016 8am-2pm
Aloha mai kākou! We have a Hale Waʻa Community Work Day coming up! Individuals and families who are interested in spending the day in Waimānalo, lending some kōkua (help) in the work of building our traditional Hawaiian canoe house are welcome to join us from 8:00 am - 2:00 pm on September 17th.
Safety is our #1 priority at this event! For this reason, please wear close-toed shoes. We also encourage you to bring gloves and a reusable water bottle. If we do not have current forms for you on file, please note that you may be asked to complete paperwork prior to your participation.
"Come when you can, leave when you need to".
Please RSVP by Monday September 12th so that we can generate a head count for lunch which will be provided by HMKF.
To RSVP by phone or to request more information, please contact
Kathy Morris (Poʻo, Executive Director).
(808) 258-6717 or email@example.com.
2015-2016 Hui Mālama O Ke Kai Hōʻike
Papahana Kālai Waʻa
Mahalo to all those who have joined us in working together to carve waʻa (canoe) as well as all of our haumāna who worked diligently on carving papa kuʻi ʻai (poi boards) for future Hui Mālama O Ke Kai program use. Please continue to check our website for future waʻa carving dates as we work toward completing the two waʻa.
Havenʻt signed up yet, but want to? Have questions?
RSVP for next Wednesday's class online or contact Tina Young
(Luna Kaiāulu, ʻOhana Program Coordinator).
(808) 259-2030 or firstname.lastname@example.org
*Please note that we've updated our "Class Schedule". More classes have been added and and new Papahana Kālai Waʻa Hōʻike has been set! All are welcome to kōkua (help)!
After-School Program: March ʻOhana Activity
After-School Program: February ʻOhana Activity
Waimānalo Community Recycling Day
After-School Program: January ʻOhana Activity
Both audio tracks were composed and performed by staff & students of Hui Mālama O Ke Kai.
Na Mary Kawena Pukui
Kamali’i ‘ike ‘ole i na helu pō
Muku nei, Muku ka malama
Hilo nei, kau ka Hoaka
‘Ehā kū, ‘Ehā ‘ole
Huna, Mōhalu, Hua, Akua
Hōkū, Māhealani, Kulu
‘Ekolu Lā’au, ‘Ekolu ‘Ole
Kāne, Lono, Mauli, Muku!
All you children who do not know the phases of the moon
Here is Muku, Muku the moon,
Here is Hilo, Hoaka appears,There are four Ku, four ‘Ole
Then Huna, Mohalu, Hua, Akua
Then Hoku, Māhealani, Kulu
There are three Lā’au, three ‘Ole
There are three Kaloa
Then Kāne, Lono, Mauli and Muku