Third graders celebrated a yearlong study of Hawaiian culture and history with a special lū‘au.
Prep work included harvesting from the school’s garden and planting next year’s crop. Students also made haupia from fresh coconuts, pa‘i‘ai from the harvested kalo and wrapped lau lau. The imu was set up and opened on Friday morning, the day of the lū‘au. Students feasted on kalua pig and other traditional offerings, and participated in some fun Makahiki games.
A special thanks to the teachers, parents, staff and Academy students who make the special event possible. It’s been a delight to welcome parents back on campus to participate.
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