ULS Part of a Network of Sustainability and Peace

Dame Julia Morton-Marr, part of the group PeaceWomen Across the Globe that was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2005, visited the ULS on October 18, 2010 to rededicate the school’s Peace Garden and help inaugurate a new Peace Path. As one of 1000 PeaceWomen, Julia Morton-Marr teaches children how to be citizens of the [...]

Project Pono

Project Pono is an environmental stewardship and service learning course for high school students at ULS designed to develop student leadership, networking, and organization skills and cultivate understanding of complex ideas such as environmental stewardship and food democracy. In Project Pono, students begin by identifying their own environmental and cultural interests, then create or participate [...]

CRDG Summer Programs: Exploring Our Island Home

Summer Programs expanded again in 2006 to reach a broader range of students. Fueling the almost 50 percent growth in enrollment was the addition of a pair of classes for students entering the third grade and the program’s first foray into the arts, test prep, and driver’s education. In addition, Summer Programs partnered with the [...]

CRDG Part of Bishop Museum Collaboration

Erin Baumgartner is part of a team working on an ECHO (Education through Cultural and Historical Organizations) grant at the Bishop Museum. Erin’s background which combines marine science, education, and museum research, made her ideal for this project. Her role is to develop modules and activities for students in a magnet school focused on environmental [...]

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