Kahuku High Graduation Stars behind the scenes practicing
Aquaponics Senior Project - Spencer M. Waite
R Quest Draft
what if in each running scene...we start with a dramatic normal student activity say: a football tackle...then one of the sustainably kids toss a beach ball with one of the R words and they immediately drop the ball, look at the word...close up on the word and still in football uniform, do the sustainable action...
these kind of Sustainable fairies, go around school, interrupting other normal activities, like water polo,
we the people, computer club, volley ball etc and then they all stop what they are doing to do a symbolic funny if possible sustainable ACTION
we need a list of sustainable actions that can be shown in B-roll that are 4-5 seconds long:
please ask you kids for a list: its like coreography...
eg. 1. pick up plastic bottle...put in recycle
2. turning off a light...opening a window shade for natural like
3. recycle food in cafe
4. use a flask and not a plastic bottle....etc
Kahuku Sustainability Club visits the Hawaii State Hospital's aquaponics program
http://innovativeeducation.info A Kahuku High school student, as part of her senior year community service project, produced an educational video on the therapeutic effects of aquaponics. In association with Kahuku Film Club and the Kahuku Sustainability Club, she fullfilled the mission statement of the club that emphasizes that a youth voice can study positive values in giving back to the community.
She learned how an aquaponics garden can not only provide healthy organic food but also creates a positive therapeutic emotional environment.
Integrating Aquaponics with Garden Towers for Local Food Production: A Kahuku High School Project
BYUH Enactus 2014 Presentation
History Day Competition
Kahuku 8th Graders compete at the National History Day finals at the University of Maryland.