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Henry J. Kaiser High School
Learn. Lead. Serve. 
Kaiser students from Leadership and Wipeout Crew drove out to beautiful Kahalu’u to volunteer at Aloha Animal Sanctuary, a fully volunteer-run, non-profit that focuses on being a place of refuge and recovery for injured, sick and abused animals. The Sanctuary has taken in pets, “livestock”, and wild animals, all of which now live together peacefully and under great care. Their volunteer staff include dozens of people from the community who come in throughout the week to provide whatever assistance the sanctuary might need. Volunteers range from skilled builders and welders, veterinarians, and members of the armed forces, to just community members with a green thumb and a good heart. With staff living on-site, these animals can rest assured that they’re safe and protected. Our volunteer day consisted of mulching the pig area, cutting away California grass that had begun to be a nuisance in the duck habitat, and helping to build the new sheep enclosure. We loved every minute of our time there and hope to return soon! Check them out soon!
Our Sanctuary Team!  Mulching the pig pen!.
Senior Class President, Nikkie, meeting some of then animals.. This fella was following us the entire time.. All smiles!
On Friday, September 1st, over 30 students from Key Club and our IBDP program volunteered at the Hahaione 'Ohana Night. The PTSA and teachers at Hahaione had planned a fun night of games and activities for their students and families and our Cougar 'Ohana was happy to help out! Our students had a blast DJing and working the Silent Dance area, the bouncy houses, the crafts table and the glow-in-the-dark concession table! Fly, Hawks, Fly! [Pictures below!]