Are you looking for summer activities for your keiki? Are you between the ages of 6 and 14 and interested in learning computer coding? Palama Settlement’s FREE summer coding and robotics classes might be the perfect activity for you!
All classes are taught by Twiddle Productions and take place in Palama’s Henry & Colene Wong Computer Center. For more information, call Donna at (808) 848-2517, or to register, complete the form below.
Registration form for coding classes.
Registration form for robotics classes.
Download the Coding Registration Form here.
Download the Robotics Registration Form here.
NEW music class being offered at Palama Settlement on Fridays, beginning December 7. Classes will be taught by Chris Salvador and focus on ukulele, guitar, and singing. Open to teens ages 13 to 17. To sign up for more information, please call Recreation Director Pi`i Minns, Jr at (808) 848-2503.
On September 13 Palama held the first session of a six week volleyball clinic. The clinic will be held every Thursday from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. and will end on October 18, 2018. It will focus on passing, serving, hitting, setting, conditioning and movement skills. Players will also have the opportunity to develop in-game skills through scrimmages. Registration forms may be picked up at the gym office or from the front desk receptionist. For more information contact Coach Neil or Coach Tama at (808) 848-2521.
Palama Settlement concluded a very successful Late Night Basketball season, winning the Junior title with a victory over Susannah Wesley Community Center. The Junior team went undefeated this year. The Senior team had two losses the entire season and were able to win two of their three playoff games, defeating Kokua Kalihi Valley and the YMCA.
Members of the champion Palama Junior team were Yasmine Kekahuna, Kili Hanakahi, Terance Garcia, Darren Corpuz, Kainalu Kaahanui, Luke Magelssen, Lui Culao, Brian Ballesteros, Xavier Marcelo, Christopher Cadiz Jr., Uriah Limos, Sidney Anac-Kapika, Zhymmore Paguirigan, Mahinalani Botelho, Javel Tago, Sean Aquino, and Jarime Justo.
Members of the Palama Senior team were Von Dickenson Ulsa, Francis Leasiolagi, Ryder Rebibis, Justus Ibana, Ronald Tampon Jr., Ronson Tampon, Chrilen Jibewemal, Sean Palting, Elijah Dolor, Chase Rebibis, Danny Killion, John Lloyd Aguinaldo, Kobe Soichy, Juan Diego Ricky, Rioni Leasiolagi, AJ Esah, Leojuan Ruma, Jenzen Ibana, and Jeff Faoa.
Congratulations to our successful Junior and Senior Late Night Basketball teams!
The Pakolea Program is looking for boys and girls ages 11-13 who want to play tackle football for Palama Settlement this fall. Registration is $150 plus a $100 refundable equipment deposit. Financial aid is available. The registration packet can be downloaded here.
Please contact Coach Tama at (808) 848-2521 for more information.
The Palama Mustangs concluded their season 12-1, winning the PAL Central Honolulu title at Sale Lake Gym on June 23, 2018. They followed up their accomplishment with a title at the PAL Town and Country Classic, defeating a volleyball team from Kaneohe.
The members of the winning Mustang team are: Krysten Dacua, Kili Hanakahi, Leisea Kovaloff, Jestany Luhia, Mia Maiava, Melina Nardo-Mugutatia, Motu O’ Salaia Salavea, Isabella Simmons, and Carmela Tokumoto. They were coached by Rosita Nardo and Neil Nishikawa, with assistance from Pakolea Youth Specialist Tamatoa Silva.
We would like to congratulate Palama’s Pakolea Volleyball Team, the 2018 PAL Mustang Honolulu Central District and Town and Country champions!
Download the registration form here.
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THIS CLASS IS NOW FULL. Stay tuned for additional summer coding classes, coming soon.
Is your child interested in learning how to code? Would your son or daughter like to create their own videos or games? Then sign them up for our FREE Video Game & Cultural Storytelling Class!
Coding classes at Palama Settlement will run from June 16-July 21, 2018 on Saturdays from 2:00-5:00 p.m. in the Henry & Colene Wong Computer Center. Students will learn Scratch, a free programming language and online community where you can create your own interactive stories, games, and animations, developed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Classes are taught by Twiddle Productions, a local animation, production, and multimedia studio. This is a great way to introduce your child to computer coding in a fun and friendly environment.
Download the registration form here.
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