Kaiser students create non-gender specific court committee

By Ingus Stegis As early as 2013, LGBTQ+ high schoolers nationwide have run for homecoming and prom court positions, and in several instances, won their elections. However, these victories often resulted in controversy, escalating to bullying and harassment in extreme cases.  At Kaiser, this year’s homecoming court included sophomore Neil Frankel, who identifies as a… Read More Kaiser students create non-gender specific court committee

Kaiser students represent the United States in World Tsunami Conference in Hokkaido

When you think about Japan, you first think about its picturesque landscapes, delicious cuisine, and advanced technology. Yet, as an island that rests directly on four tectonic plates, Japan is also heavily prone to tsunamis—in 2011, the Tohoku Tsunami wreaked havoc on the country and caused the deaths of more than 15,000 people. To directly… Read More Kaiser students represent the United States in World Tsunami Conference in Hokkaido

Kaiser PTSA Helps Abate the Classroom Heat

According to a recent United Nations report, climate scientists expect the Earth’s global temperature to rise 3-5 degrees Celsius by the end of this century. If classrooms continue to be devoid of proper air conditioning, excessive heat will harm students’ ability to focus, threatening productivity and learning. In 2016, Hawaii’s Department of Education (DOE) began… Read More Kaiser PTSA Helps Abate the Classroom Heat

Kaiser Students Organize Health Fair

On Nov. 7, seniors Aria Almario, Noelle Nakakura, and Shan-non Takahashi coordinated a health fair in the Kaiser library. BeingInternational Baccalaureate (IB) students, the event fulfilled the requirement of completing a CAS project, which addresses global issues through creativity, activity, or service. “We were thinking ofglobal issues that we could potentially help x or prevent.… Read More Kaiser Students Organize Health Fair