On Wednesday, the crew members of the 8th and 7th grade went on a learning journey to Kamehameha School to teach fourth graders about the Hokule’a and our curriculum for this year. When we got to Kamehameha, it was pouring and the students greeted us with umbrellas. Our school did a Hawaiian chant asking for permission to enter, the fourth graders replied with an interesting chant granting us permission and saying hello. Once inside, each of us talked about things like our website, the blogs, I Am From poems, the curriculum, and more. It was really cool to see the kids’ faces light up when we talked about something they were interested in. After we did the major presentation, the teachers split us up into individual groups and I enjoyed showing a few students about the process of planting our garden. Time went by really quickly and before we knew it, it was time for us to depart back to school. My favorite part of the whole trip was the Kamehameha School’s chant because it was really intriguing to see how connected they all were to Hawaiian tradition. Thank you, Kamehameha for the wonderful experience!