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Milolii students to host season premiere of Hiki No

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Students from the Milolii Hipuu Virtual Academy of Kua o ka La Public Charter School will host the season premiere of PBS Hawaii’s student news program Hiko No at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 9.

Milolii, the remote fishing village on Hawaii Island’s southwestern shore, was the site of a training session back in March. Teachers and students learned video production and storytelling techniques from PBS Hawaii’s Hiki No staff.

This episode is the first in the 2014-2015 school year.

The top story, from Aliamanu Middle School students on Oahu, covers an event featuring global peace leaders Desmond Tutu, Gro Harlem Bruntland and Hina Jilani.

The Aug. 30 event gave students the opportunity to hear from and interact with the three representatives from The Elders, a group that works collectively for peace and human rights.

Aliamanu students also interviewed The Elders, inspiring reflections on what the middle schoolers learned and about their hopes for the future.

The event was sponsored by Pillars of Peace Hawaii, an initiative of Hawaii Community Foundation.

Other featured stories in this season premiere episode:

• Students at Konawaena High School on Hawaii Island feature the friendships that blossomed when students from Kumejima Island in Okinawa attended Konawaena High School on Hawaii Island for three weeks of cultural exchange.

• Students at Maui High School tell of a mother’s courageous battle with ALS and how her daughter’s school undertook the Ice Bucket Challenge in her honor.

• Students at Moanalua High School on Oahu spotlight science whiz Dustin Paiea, who worked alongside University of Hawaii engineers to test graphene, a sustainable and highly conductive new material.

• Students at Saint Francis High School on Oahu tell the story of Cathedral Catholic Academy Principal Miguel Paekukui, who also shines as a veteran actor for Manoa Valley Theatre.

• Students at Waianae High School on Oahu portray how a student struggling with diabetes has found strength through a new clinic’s peer support program.

• Students at Wheeler Middle School on Oahu demonstrate how using Google docs can solve menu planning for any potluck.

— Find out more:
www.PBSHawaii.org/hikino

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