Honoring Our Ali’i : May Day 2017, St. Ann’s Ho’olaule’a

Honoring Our Ali’i : May Day 2017


The theme for this year’s May Day Program was “Na Ali’i O Hawai’i.” Students honored the kings and queens of Hawaii through costumes, songs and dance.  The 8th grade court was comprised of students portraying different monarchs of Hawai’i.  This year’s program was dedicated with love to the Early Learning Center’s kindergarten teacher, Miss Audrey Tim who will be retiring from St. Ann Schools after 40 years.

St. Ann’s Ho’olaule’a


On May 6, 2017, St. Ann Schools held its first ever Ho’olaule’a featuring crafts, foods, entertainment and keiki rides, games and activities.  It was a beautiful day of fun and fellowship.  Mahalo Nui Loa to all the volunteers who came out to make this a wonderful and exciting first endeavor.  A very special thank you goes out to Sarah and Isabelle’s mother, Mrs. Jocelyn Tamashiro for taking the lead as the chairperson for this event.



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