Students at HMA Windward Campus in Kailua, Hawaii, are given opportunities to reach out to their community in multiple ways. When they weren’t able to attend churches this year to perform Education Sabbath, they provided virtual performances to their constituent churches instead. Students came to school dressed up in their Education Sabbath attire and presented scripture and music digitally. Their performances were shared on social media and at church.
Students at HMA Windward Campus have also participated in providing food and clothing to some of the homeless communities on their island. After going through their closets as an early “spring cleaning,” they brought bags and boxes full of clothing to school, which was later delivered to a homeless community. Other students have spent afternoons loading food into vehicles for those in need. HMA Windward Campus strives to be a shining light in their community, whether they are making encouraging cards for emergency workers, donating to Toys 4 Tots, or lending a helping hand to classmates.
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