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Ka Lei ʻUo Mamo

Ka Lei ʻUo Mamo

Teacher-Student-Parent Collaborative

 

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The ʻuo is a small bundle of feathers tied together with olonā cordage used by the feather maker to create a beautiful and precious adornment, such as a cape or lei.  The mamo is the Hawaiian bird that once supplied the most excellent of yellow feathers.  Another meaning of the mamo is descendents, our precious children.


Ka Lei ʻUo Mamo is our schools collaborative partnership team consisting of teacher, student and parent representatives from each class. This team is responsible for organizing and facilitating various class activities and school events.  We also arrange our schools participation in community events, such as the Merrie Monarch Parade.


Most importantly Ka Lei ʻUo Mamo serves as a bridge of communication between the teacher, student and ʻohana. If you have any questions, comments or concerns regarding your keiki, your keikiʻs class or our school, please begin by contacting your ʻUo Mamo representatives.

Nā Kumu ʻUo Mamo 2020-2021
 

Nāwahī - Keaʻau, Hawaiʻi

Inoa Kumu

Papa

Kumu Nāʻilima Gaison

Mālaaʻo - ʻUlaʻula

Kumu Kyla Manzano

Mālaaʻo - Melemele

Kumu Keola Morales

ʻEkahi - ʻUlaʻula

Kumu Naupaka Joaquin

ʻEkahi - Melemele

Kumu Puanani Peʻa

ʻElua - ʻUlaʻula

Kumu Lepeka English

ʻElua - Melemele

Kumu Kawehi Hayes

ʻEkolu - ʻUlaʻula

Kumu Kēhau Medeiros

ʻEkolu - Melemele

Kumu Pohākalani Tolentino-Perry

ʻEhā - ʻUlaʻula

Kumu Kaiolohia Masaoka

ʻEhā - Melemele

Kumu Puamana Deal

ʻElima - ʻUlaʻula

Kumu Kawehi Housman

ʻElima - Melemele

Kumu Aisha Tanaka

ʻEono

Kumu Kauʻi Kaina

ʻEhiku - ʻUlaʻula

Kumu Kūlia Young

ʻEhiku - Melemele

Kumu Nālei Martin-Young

ʻEwalu - ʻUlaʻula

Kumu Keola Dacayanan

ʻEwalu - Melemele

Kumu Pāʻani Kelson

ʻEiwa - ʻUlaʻula

Kumu Noe English

ʻEiwa - Melemele

Kumu Kamalei Kalehuawehe

ʻUmi - ʻUlaʻula

Kumu Henani Enos & Kumu Waiʻolu Peterson

ʻUmi - Melemele

Kumu Haunani Keamo

ʻUmikūmākahi - ʻUlaʻula

Kumu Haʻa Aiona

ʻUmikūmākahi - Melemele

Kumu Kēhau ʻAipia-Peters

ʻUmikūmālua

 

ʻAlo Kēhau - Waimea, Hawaiʻi

Inoa Kumu

Papa

Kumu Kalua Castro

Mālaaʻo

Kumu Leialoha Kealaiki

ʻEkahi - ʻElua

Kumu Kalāokahaku Akima-Akau

ʻEkolu - ʻElima

Kumu Pōmaikaʻi Ravey

ʻEhiku - ʻEiwa
 

Māʻilikūkahi - Waiʻanae, Hawaiʻi

Inoa Kumu

Papa

Kumu Kapela Eli

Mālaaʻo

Kumu Makamae Naipo

ʻEkahi - ʻElua

Kumu Makana Ching

ʻEkolu - ʻEhā

Kumu Kuʻulei Paraso

ʻElima

Kumu Koleka Taaca

ʻEono - ʻEhiku