Science Night was a success! Many hands helped to make the night a fun learning experience for our students and families. We are thankful that so many attended and were very engaged.
Mary and the representatives from the Waikiki Aquarium and Dr. Celia Smith and her graduate class from UH Manoa brought in ocean specimens to observe under magnifying glass and touch which made learning meaningful and relevant. We all learned a lot from Dr. Rossiter’s PowerPoint presentation and the videos from the ocean. It was interesting to learn that the Linguna oyster in Kaneohe Bay has not changed in over 450 million years. The nautilus snail's eggs look familiar to me, and I wondered if I've smashed many of them when I was a child growing up near the ocean. Oh well! I was young and didn't know better.
We are thankful for the many helpful people like the Moilili A+ Program staff, PCRC committee members, our school's administration, SCC members, and school faculty and staff who contributed a wonderful event. Ms. Andree Paradis helped with the mural "Under the Sea", and the Tuna Sushi station was popular as well.
Thank you everyone! We are a TEAM. Let's achieve even more by supporting the efforts of the PCRC. I Mua JES!