E pili ana i kēia mau wikiō
Mai ko Hōkūleʻa huakaʻi mua ʻana i Kahiki ma ka makahiki 1976, ua paepae hou ʻia nā pōhaku i paʻa maila ke kahua hou o ke kele waʻa ʻana. ʻO Hōkūleʻa ka pōhaku mua loa o ia kahua i kāpili ʻia ai nā waʻa Polenesia hou aʻe, ʻo ia hoʻi ka ʻohana waʻa. ʻO nā pola o ia mau waʻa, he kahua hoʻonui ʻike, he kahua hoʻōla ʻōlelo a moʻomeheu ʻōiwi. I kēia makahiki kula (2021-22) i noiʻi ai ka papa 11 o Ke Kula ʻo Nāwahīokalaniʻōpuʻu no ka mōʻaukala o kekahi waʻa o ka ʻohana waʻa ma mua o ka nānā ʻana i nā haʻawina ʻē aʻe: ke kilo hōkū, ke kālaikūlohea, nā loina hana waʻa, apwa. ʻO nā wikiō ma lalo iho kekahi o nā wikiō pōkole i haku ʻia no ka hōʻuluʻulu i ka ʻikepili a haʻawina paha ma ia noiʻi ʻana.
From the time of Hōkūleʻaʻs first voyage to Tahiti in 1976, there has been a constant restacking of the stones in reestablishing traditional knowledge of celestial navigation. With Hōkūleʻaʻs being the first pōhaku, many other canoes have been built upon the same foundation. Today there are numerous double-hulled sailing canoes throughout the Pacific following in her footsteps, serving as platforms of learning and culture and language revitalization. This school year (2021-22) the 11th grade class at Ke Kula ʻo Nāwahīokalaniʻōpuʻu studied celestial navigation, the physics of sailing, and traditional Hawaiian practices of building a canoe. They also researched the history of Hawaiʻiʻs ʻOhana Waʻa by selecting one canoe, gathering information, and interviewing a person tied to the canoe. Below are a few short videos of some of their findings or lessons they have learned.
No Hōkūleʻa (na Kahaukepa ʻAipia-Peters, Kalaʻi Fragas-VanBlarcom)
No Hawaiʻiloa (na Kahiwa Shin, Kawai Wilbur-Gabriel, Kyana Gabriel)
No Hōkūalakaʻi (na ʻŌnohi Pacheco, Kahaliʻa Masaoka, Kepoʻinalu Alameda)
Ke Kime Hana Wikiō
Ke Kula ʻO Nāwahīokalaniʻōpuʻu - Hawaiian Language Medium Education School
Kauʻi Kaina - Kumu Hana Keaka Hawaiʻi, Hula, ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi, Hawaiian Theatre Arts, Hawaiian Language & Dance
Haʻamauliola Aiona - Kumu Mākau ʻŌlelo Pelekānia - English Language Art
Haunani Keamo - Kumu Makemakika, ʻEpekema - Mathematics, Science