Earth Fest 2019 - Save Our Species

This year, the Earth Fest 2019 goals are:

  • to promote sustainable practices and environmentally friendly lifestyles

  • to empower student voice in the area of conservation, civic responsibility and community stewardship

  • to encourage positive choices and healthy dialogue between individuals and communities with different beliefs and mindsets

  • to engage students’ development of global and cultural mindset

  • to raise awareness about species and lands that need protection


Here's a breakdown of things you should know and possible things your students might be interested in throughout the week leading up to the event and on the BIG day itself.


Monday, April 15th, 12:15 - 12:50, H102

STEM-focused presentation from mad scientist, Ray Aivazan III, on building innovative solutions for complex global problems. Aivazan shares his invention that has taken the environmental world by storm. Just wait til you see (or don't!) how much microplastic lines our shores that's actually invisible to the naked eye!


Tuesday, April 16th, 12:15 - 12:50, H101 (please note the room change)

Local Aina Haina business, Kokua Sun Care, shares how a passion for the environment and building a healthy, sustainable business platform can co-exist. You don't have to compromise your passion or your success!


Wednesday, April 17th, 12:15 - 12:50. H102

Class of 2018 Kaiser Alum, Tabbi Knudson, and her Surfrider Foundation team tackle finding meaning and purpose in post-secondary education. Activism, ambition, passion and purpose: Making good choices and staying the course -- don't panic!


Thursday, April 18th, EARTH FEST 2019

SESSION ONE, (school-wide, students only)

P1: 8 - 8:59

Recess: 8:59 - 9:09

P2: 9:10 - 10:09

P3: 10:15 - 11:14

EARTH FEST on the Great Lawn!

Lunch: 12:10 - 1:04

P4: 1:13 - 2:12


SESSION TWO, (open to the public!)

4 - 7 pm


Come and experience the following:


Live Music and Guest Speakers! 



Sustainable Coastlines

Surfrider Foundation

Kokua Hawaii Foundation

Clean Reefs

Project O.C.E.A.N

Blue Planet Foundation

Blue Zones Project

Huli the  Movement

Livable Hawaii Kai Hui

Malama Maunalua

KUPU Hawaii

Humane Society

Aloha Animal Sanctuary

Friends of Haunama Bay


Food and Beverages


Island Pita

Juega HI

7 Vegans

Hawaiian Tropical Ice

Roots & Branches

Paradise Crepes


Kids' Booth


Photo Booth





Local Businesses

Kokua Sun Care

Plan It Box

Kolohe Ocean Gems

Worthy Clothing Co.



Olomana Gardens (aquaponics demo)

Seed World (STEM)

Keiki & Plow Farm

Wally's Farm


Student Participation

Media Communications Learning Center





C/O 2022 Leadership

Women in Leadership





[In addition, we'll be hosting a beach clean-up on Saturday, April 20th at Bellows Beach Park to do our part and will be participating in the April 21st clean-up at Waimanalo Beach Park with our friends and partners at Sustainable Coastlines -- please join us!]


We are so excited for this year's festival. Working alongside such passionate and driven young people has been such an extraordinary experience!