Only select one ticket/huakaʻi to register. The huakaʻi are all at the same time. Mahalo.
The Office of Hawaiian Education (OHE) in partnership with Leeward Oʻahu schools and organizations and the Native Hawaiian Education Council invite you to join us for the first annual Nā Hopena Aʻo (HĀ) summit. The HĀ Summit is open to all education stakeholders who are committed to strengthening BREATH. It will provide an opportunity to EXPERIENCE HĀ, build a COLLECTIVE understanding of the framework, SHARE knowledge and resources to support effective use, and CONNECT to a network of practitioners.
The morning will begin with opening protocol followed by OHE setting the context for the summit and the work to date. Attendees will then participate in one of ten huakaʻi (site visits) hosted by schools and community organizations rooted in leeward Oʻahu. The afternoon will be an opportunity to debrief the morning, learn from our HĀ Community Day organizers from across the state, and discuss ways to build and strengthen the HĀ movement in our local contexts and collectively.
Before registering, please review the HĀ Summit website and review the huakaʻi options and other details. There are 10 different huakaʻi in the morning. Determine the 1 huakaʻi you want to participate in. Once you have determined you can commit to the full day and that you have identified the huakaʻi you want to participate in, complete your registration through Eventbrite. The huakaʻi run concurrently so only register for one.
Neighbor island participants, review the Neighbor Island Info before registering as there are questions in the registration form that are specific to you.
Registration for the summit will close on April 28, 2017. Neighbor Island travel option closes on April 21, 2017 to provide time to make flight arrangements. First come, first served so please register early to secure your slot!
Are you a leeward Oʻahu teacher teaching grades 4-12 and interested in receiving PDE3 credit? Visit the HĀ Summit website and look under FAQs details.
Note: huakaʻi are subject to change. Please check the website for the latest info. Mahalo for your openness to go with the flow!