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Hahaione Elementary School

Teaching Artists, Museum Education

Hahaione Elementary School

Honolulu, HI

Grades K – 5

students at hahaione esFor the past three years, through the generosity of the Hawai‘i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, Haha‘ione students in at least four grade levels per school year have participated in art programs. The Art Bento Program is a museum education program that emphasizes the arts and verbal literacy through four sessions with teaching artists and a visit to the Hawai‘i State Art Museum. The lessons are aligned to Fine Arts and English Language Arts standards.

Within the Artists in the Schools (AITS) Program, teaching artists in residency collaborate with classroom teachers to develop and implement lessons that integrate their art form with other core curricular areas, such as language arts, math, social studies, and science. Learn more about Hahaione Elementary School.


Bicycling, Swimming, Tennis

Students at Hahaione Elementary School

Hahaione Elementary School (Honolulu, HI). Teachers coordinate physical education opportunities with community organizations. Through the Hawai’i Bicycling League and the City and County of Honolulu, our fourth graders participate in BikeEd Hawai’i. This program enables students to develop the skills and safety knowledge necessary to travel our neighborhoods as bicyclists. As schedules allow, teachers have also partnered with the U.S. Tennis Association Hawai’i Pacific Section to create opportunities to learn basic tennis skills.

The PTSA also coordinates with the Oahu Club to provide the Swim for Life program for our Grades 2 and 3 students. In the six-week Swim for Life program, students attend one class per week to develop their swimming skills and learn about water safety. Students who have limited swimming experience prior to this program are able to swim by its conclusion. Our PTSA further supports physical fitness with an annual Fun Run that promotes running endurance while also raising school spirit.

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