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2024 HIKI NŌ on PBS Hawai‘i Winter Compilation Show

In this episode of HIKI NŌ on PBS Hawai‘i, watch some of the most memorable student work from the most recent Winter round of shows produced by Hawai‘i’s New Wave of Storytellers.

Jadynn-Kalena Young, a student at Pearl City High School on O‘ahu, contributes an artistic and thoughtful Student Reflection about how hula has shaped her life.

Students at Wai‘anae High School on O‘ahu explore how the Hawaiian Makahiki season and traditions are preserved and celebrated in modern times and what it means to local Native Hawaiians.

Luke Vincent and his classmate, Eli O’Meara, 8th graders at Hawai‘i Preparatory Academy on Hawai‘i island, each contribute their own Student Reflection videos about discovering passions and staying true to themselves.

A HIKI NŌ “Did You Know” segment from McKinley High School on O‘ahu explores what the community is doing to address the major sludge in the Ala Wai Canal on O‘ahu.

Waiākea High School’s Marcos Belloto Portes, a 10th grader, describes his move to the islands from Brazil and why he is sticking with his passion of acting and filmmaking.

Tatiana Plunkett, who attends Wai‘anae Intermediate School on O‘ahu, shares her personal story about the trials of returning to her favorite sport, soccer, after a hiatus during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Students at Wai‘anae Intermediate School also contribute a story about a mother-daughter baking duo who raised thousands of dollars for people who were affected by the 2023 wildfires on Maui.

Students at Moanalua High School on O‘ahu profile a student athlete who is a dual threat in both volleyball and chess and H.P. Baldwin High School students on Maui profile a beloved local basketball coach with an inspirational story.
This episode is hosted by Mari Iwata, a senior at Waiākea High School on Hawaiʻi Island.

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 Eli O’Meara, 8th Grade, Hawai‘i Preparatory Academy, Hawai‘i Island

“It was hard knowing where I fit in. I reached out to my school counselor about how people were treating me. I also started standing up for myself. I started focusing on things that I loved like drawing and making art.”