"There are four things you should know,” says David Fuertes to the youths he mentors. “You should know your origins, because your ancestors have paved the way. You should know your values and connect in those values, because that’s going to drive you to make decisions. You should know your purpose, because that will show the ‘why’ of what you’re doing. And you should envision the ultimate for yourself and your lāhui [or ‘people’].” Fuertes is the executive director of Kahua Pa’a Mua , an...
Join Representative Lisa Kitagawa and other TIC leaders in a zoom meeting on April 8, 2021 at 4 p.m. Rep. Kitagawa will share updates on TIC legislation and local practitioners will share the successes and challenges that face our schools and communities. Click on this link to register. Mahalo to HawaiikidsCAN and CEEDS of Peace for sponsoring this event.
A cross-sector of statewide community partners have come together to implement a Resilient Community, Schools and Family Project at five (Blanche Pope, Honaunau, Molokai, Mountain View and Wai'anae) elementary schools. Click on this link to view the mini report. Look for up and coming ACH interviews with the participants of this much needed project!
As we move forward to the "new normal" this is an excellent blog post from the PACEs' education community. I believe that educators and administrators could benefit from this blog in their own healing. Thoughts?