Friday, May 27, 2011
Nice Article on our H.S. Labs - Career Changers
Check out this blog entry on Malia's H.S. labs and their impact on the kids. Note that the article has a couple of inaccuracies. Wild dolphins do occasionally come into the bay. The incident he mentions in the article happened several years ago when Ho'olono was born; some wild dolphins came by the pens at that time. And it would be "sand bar sharks" rather than "sand sharks," but these are minor issues. For a very nice article, see: http://careerchangers.honadvblogs.com/2011/05/13/dont-call-it-gilligans-island/
It is true that students that come through our programs may well choose to follow a path that leads them back to the island later in life. We certainly hope so.
P.S. - the behavior of the students in the above image is not suggested for our docents - please do not give me a small heart attack by walking out on the wall of the lagoon like these more spry H.S. students, even if it is shallow.
Posted by HIMB CEP at 10:21 AM