Getting A Head Start In 2016

On Thursday, January 7th Ohana100 drove out to Wahiawa and visited kids at Kaala Elementary School grades K, 1 and the Head Start program.  The children were excited to see the many books on the table and they were especially thrilled to get a book of their very own. GO! READ Kaala

Then it was off to Waialua and Kunia Head Start program.  KDWT Founder Catherine had all the kids attention as she read two wonderful stories.  The kids were so happy with the gift of books from Ohana100.  GO! READ Waialua & Kunia Head Start

The next day on Friday, January 8th Kaewai Elementary students, grades K, 1, 2, 3 and Head Start proudly sang their school cheer when Mr. Carter commanded their attention. They also gave Ohana100 a warm welcome and a Big Aloha.  There was alot of excitment as students opened up their very own book.  GO! READ Kaewai

The book giving continued on Monday, January 11th at Kaiulani Elementary students from grades K, 1, 2, 3 and Head Start.   The students presented thank you cards and posters showing their appreciation of books.  Volunteer Ms. Anne got the Head Start kids excited as she read them a couple stories.  Some of the students couldn't believe that the book was for them to keep. GO! READ Kaiulani

On Tuesday, January 12th Ohana100 visited August Ahrens Elementary School in Waipahu, the largest elementary school and Kindergarten class of 200 students in the State of Hawaii.  The children did not know what to expect until they saw all the books.   The smiles on the children faces said it all. GO! READ August Ahrens

And finally, wrapping up the month of giving, Ohana100 visited Ewa Beach Elementary Head Start program. Volunteer Ms. Lois had no problem getting the kids to listen to her story, especially this one fella who personally asked her to read Cat In The Hat.  GO! READ Ewa