Hōkū (3’s)

Gwen Dufault
Hōkū Class Teacher, 2's

Gwen believes children’s early years are critical, formative ones — a time when children need ample opportunities to explore the world, things and people. Gwen thrives on this same kind of exploration, and is particularly fascinated with helping to develop music behaviors with young children. When she’s not playing at work, Gwen likes to spend time with family and friends, play outdoors (especially at the beach), and embark on new experiences. Currently, Gwen is pursuing a Masters in Early Childhood Education from University of Hawai’i at Manoa.
enaEna Reelitz
Hōkū Class Teacher, 2's

Ena was born, raised, and is still living in Kaneohe with his family. He graduated from Kamehameha in 1999 and has worked with children since. He has worked at the Alani Children's Center on the Kapiolani Community College campus for the past 15 years. As a student aide and then a teachers assistant at Alani, he achieved a Bachelors in Sociology from UH Manoa with additional credits in Early Childhood education from Honolulu Community College. He has been the lead teacher in the lab preschool classroom at Alani for the past 5 years. He joins UHMCC looking to grow as a teacher and to be a part of a larger family of enthusiastic educators.
Flow of the Day
Hōkū Class Flow of the Day
Scheduled times are subject to change in response to the needs of the children.
Classroom phone: (808) 956-9787
Please call and leave a message if your child will be staying home and/or isn't feeling well.

Thank you! :)
8:00 Aloha and welcome to the Big House in Mānoa
Indoor Activities
9:00 Begin Bathroom Routine
9:30Snack Time (outdoors)
9:45Outdoor Activities
10:45Group Time
11:00 Family Style Lunch
11:30Bathroom routine
Reading Books
12:00Nap/rest time
Bathroom routine
2:15Afternoon snack
Indoor activities
3:15Outdoor activities
5:00School closes
Aloha and goodbye
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