Malamalama After-School Program
field tripLCPCS is pleased to announce a new after-school program for elementary and middle school students.   In order to meet the needs of our keiki and their ʻohana, the LCPCS Malamalama After-school Program will be a safe place for K-8 students to learn, socialize, and have fun after school.  

The program is designed to help students in academics by offering one hour of homework help/tutoring and quiet reading time, as well as hands-on Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) learning.  Varied electives will allow students to have fun and maintain positive relationships, and to engage with community members willing to share their manaʻo in the form of sports, cooking, art, hula, and more.  

A focus on traditional cultural values is emphasized through oli, mele, and hula. The program will also utilize ʻāina-based learning, integrating the beautiful LCPCS campus in gardening, cooking, play, and science experiments. There will be a hoʻike night for ʻohana at end of each quarter to share mele, food, and projects from the program.

January 17, 2016 to May 26, 2016
Mondays: 12:45 to 5:30 pm 
Tuesdays-Fridays: 2:30 to 5:30 pm 

Transportation is provided. The van will leave at 5:00 pm.  The program will not run on holidays or days when school is not in session.

Each class includes:
Oli and aloha circle (15 min)
Healthy snack (15 min)
Homework help/tutoring or quiet reading time (1 hr)
Enrichment activity (1 hr)

To register your child, or for questions and suggestions, please email Aaron Mickelson: Please click HERE to access more information.