November 7, 2013, most of the class of 2014 visited Holy Nativity School in Oahu. Arising at 4:30 am, the energy was anywhere but awake. As soon as the group passes through the gates of the airport the tension in the air was uplifted. We were going to visit Holy Nativity School located on the island of Oahu. Our mission there was to lokomaikai or to share the importance of the Hokule'a and how we are revolutionizing education. We wanted to share with the 5th and 6th grade class that this knowledge is whatever you make of it, however you interpret it. We were first greeted by Ms. Ogata and her daughter Holly, their energy was very upbeat and gave me a push toward the day knowing that all would be well. When we first entered the school, I could feel a sense of sacredness and it was a huge coincidence that the campus was so similar in the looks aspect with our school before the fire. We then met Ms. Overton another enthusiastic teacher excited to revolutionize education with the help of Hokule'a. To start off our presentation, Ms. Enriquez introduced herself and her role in the Hokule'a and A'o program. I could really see the fascination in each students eyes, learning about what was really in their own backyards. We continued the presentation by introducing to both of the 5th and 6th grade classes our website; (this website is one our biggest accomplishment of this year and certainly my favorite.) Time then flew, and soon it was the students' recess. During this period, the class constructed a star compass in the courtyard of the campus. This activity was not only a learning experience for them but for us. We need to know exactly where each house and directions of the compass is. After this activity (which I thought was the highlight out of the whole day), we then returned back into the classroom to show the students a little about the essence of Hokule'a. After this time traveled by us and soon we knew that our day was beginning to close. The 6th grade class showed us their malama honua "care to the earth" by letting us venture through their garden. The 5th graders showed us their use of technology in the classroom by presenting their voyaging map. All I can say is, this experience was definitely worth it and I was glad I could see the spark of light for education in other people. This experience also brought me to the conclusion that what we send out into the world makes a true impact around us.