Aloha mai kākou. ʻO au ʻo Pualani Colburn, ke kumu papa ʻekahi a me ʻelua ma ʻAlo Kēhau o ka ʻĀina Mauna. He ʻapanalele mākou i ke Kula o Nāwahīokalaniʻōpuʻu Iki. Noho au ma Puʻukapu me kaʻu ʻohana. ʻO Leilani Whittle kā kā kākou lumi papa ʻuō mamo. ʻO ka ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi i nā wahi a pau, i nā kānaka a pau, a me i nā manawa a pau ka pahuhopu nui o ko kākou papa i kēia makahiki kula. Hoʻokahi nō moʻo e piʻi aku ai. E alu like kākou!
Aloha. I am Pualani Colburn, the first and second grade teacher at ʻAlo Kēhau o ka ʻĀina Mauna. We are a satellite school of Nāwahīokalaniʻōpuʻu Iki. I live at Puʻukapu with my family. Leilani Whittle is our clasroomʻs uō mamo. Speaking Hawaiian to everyone, in all places, at all times is our over-all (collective) classroom goal this school year. There is only one path before us. Letʻs do it!