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Protecting Waimea “Wahi Pana”


Waimea Middle School sixth graders have completed several weeks of project-based learning.

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Protecting Waimea ‘wahi pana’
Protecting Waimea ‘wahi pana’

Waimea Middle School’s sixth Grade Social Studies classes have now concluded several weeks of project-based learning experiences that included safe outdoor field trips coupled with engaging hands-on projects to gain a deeper cultural, historical and environmental understanding of the wahi pana — the historic and cultural resources they call “home.”


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