On March 28th, All Saints' Preschool visited Na 'Āina Kai Botanical Garden in Kilauea. The first part of our visit we got to tour the amazing and beautiful gardens.
The Wong's Traveling Petting Zoo visited All Saints' on Friday, March 7th. We invite you to check out the photos from our amazing day at the Zoo! Click on the first photo to open the slide-show.
Fr. Ryan's sermon at All Saints' Episcopal Church on Sunday, February 16th was inspired and guided by the words of the Honus class. In preparation for Valentine's Day, the Honus Class answered the question: "What is love?" Their answers were so profound and amazing, Fr. Ryan utilized the students' thoughts on love to form his sermon entitled "Love is a Scary Trail to a Castle of Peace." Fr. Ryan would like to thank the Honus class for their thoughtful and inspirational words. He also extends a special thank you to Harper for inspiring the sermon title.
The Pueos Class were treated to a dramatic reenactment of Eileen Spinelli's "Somebody Loves You, Mr. Hatch" starring Ms. Marlene. Check out the pictures and the amazing, Oscar-worthy video conclusion of the story. It is a wonderful story about LOVE!
Makani and his family shared a wonderful Valentine's Day gift with the All Saints' staff: Liliko Dream Mini-Cakes from Ko Bakery. Makani's note read "To the staff at 'The Best School Ever' Somebody Loves You. Have a Happy Valentine's Day." Mahalo nui loa Makani!
At Thursday's Morning Circle, the Honus Class continued All Saints' Chinese New Year Celebration.
At Tuesday's Morning Circle, the Pueos Class entertained the Preschool with their Dragon Dance which included the Dragon sharing some sweet treats with students and teachers.
A group of All Saints' teachers kicked-off the week-long Chinese New Year's celebration will a demonstration of the Dragon Dance. Throughout the week, students will have an opportunity to participate in the Dragon Dance. Also, students will participate in a variety of special activities in their classrooms. Gung Hay Fat Choy!
All Saints' Preschool visited the Lihue Airport Fire Rescue Station on Friday, January 24, 2014. Students enjoyed learning about the firefighters' jobs and got to walk through the fire station. While in the station, firefighters talked about 911 and students got to learn and tryout CPR on the station's dummies "Max." Our tour continued in the fire station's garage where students got to see the inside of a fire truck and watched as a firefighter put on their special fire suit to battle jet fuel fires that burn over 3,000 degrees hot. Finally, everyone got to see the fire truck spray gallons of water through its hydraulic water canon.
Mahahlo to the Lihue Airport Rescue Squad for opening their doors and sharing with All Saints' Preschool the life of a firefighter.