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HHIS Celebrates Another Memorable May Day

Celebrating Our Culture

Many thanks to all of those who made it possible to bring this May Day celebration to life! Mahalo to our administrators, Principal Blanco, and Vice Principals Keisha Ling Kanekoa and Ashly DeSilva. Thank you Mrs. Macabio for opening the ceremonies with oli and to Mrs. Brandt and her Student Leadership team for organizing well, everything – from the court attire to the gorgeous flower-festooned stage. Mahalo also to Mrs. Hualali Covington, Mr. Gary Washburn, and all of the fabulous student musicians for sharing their talents with us and to all of the beautiful hula dancers who performed.

Kahili Bearers Brock Kaunui and Nainoa Ahuna start the procession.






Papahula Preforms Kaulana Na koa
King K’amahao Ocean Kanekoa and Queen Jayce Halaulani Nakia Johnson grace the stage.


Vice Principal Ashley DeSilva and Principal Erika Blanco are all smiles.
Pu, Gabriel Motas
Puamana Dancers, Class of 2029



Kaia Kahikina and Noah Tabiesa representing the island of O’ahu.
Ka Uluwehi O Ke Kai Dancers, Class of 2027
Queen Jayce
Twins Donavan and Danica Valera represent the island of Kaua’i
Brother and sister duo Napu and Zahtaeliah Silva represent Hawaii island.
Giovanni Saucedo and Chrissie Perez-Martines represent the island of Maui.
The audience stands for Aloha ‘Oe
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    Mackenzie MizubaMay 17, 2024 at 6:09 pm

    This year’s May Day was a success and everyone preformed so well! Great job to our students.