Kaua‘i District Hawai‘i History Day Fair Results

HONOLULU—Hawai‘i History Day, a program of the Hawai‘i Council for the Humanities (HCH), released the list of finalists from the 2016 Kaua‘i District Hawai‘i History Day Fair that was held on February 27 at Kapa‘a Elementary School. Each finalist project from the Kaua‘i fair qualifies to participate in the 2016 Hawai‘i History Day State Fair on Saturday, April 16, 2016. HCH will provide travel funding for all qualifying students and their teachers to attend the 2016 Hawai‘i History Day State Fair on O‘ahu at Windward Community College.

Kauai District History Day Fair 2016

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STATE QUALIFIERS:
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YOUTH (4-5) PAPER:

Title: Christopher Columbus
Students: Kaylin Sautter
School: Kapa’a Elementary School, Kapa’a, HI
Teacher(s): Selena Mobbs, Johnson Koo

Title: Mars
Students: Moira Nagle
School: Kapa’a Elementary School, Kapa’a, HI
Teacher(s): Selena Mobbs, Shane Matsumura

Title: Ancient Greeks Historical Past and Figures
Students: John Contrades
School: Kapa’a Elementary School, Kapa’a, HI
Teacher(s): Selena Mobbs, Mila Sagucio

YOUTH (4-5) EXHIBIT:

Title: RMS Titanic: The Ship that Changed our Course of History at Sea…
Students: Kaulia Shiroma
School: Kapa’a Elementary School, Kapa’a, HI
Teacher(s): Selena Mobbs, Anne Milnes

Title: King Kamehameha the Great
Students: Kelsey Kai, Anaya Alameida
School: Kapa’a Elementary School, Kapa’a, HI
Teacher(s): Selena Mobbs, Anne Milnes

Title: Slavery
Students: Neshae Tuazon, Ashlee Nagahiro, Jazmyne Ganir
School: Kapa’a Elementary School, Kapa’a, HI
Teacher(s): Selena Mobbs,

YOUTH (4-5) DOCUMENTARY:

Title: The Boston Tea Party
Students: Solomone Malafu, Austin Lee, Lono Aki
School: Kapa’a Elementary School, Kapa’a, HI
Teacher(s): Selena Mobbs, Karen Cole

Title: The Hobbit
Students: Ella Anderson
School: Kapa’a Elementary School, Kapa’a, HI
Teacher(s): Selena Mobbs, Joyce Yamashita

Title: Wigs of Colonial Times and Today
Students: Aisha Shimabukuro, Love Tokuda
School: Kapa’a Elementary School, Kapa’a, HI
Teacher(s): Selena Mobbs, Karen Cole,

YOUTH (4-5) PERFORMANCE:

Title: Fishing and Tools in Old Hawai’i
Students: La’akea Keao, Titan McKeague, Jayden Reis-Serquina
School: Kapa’a Elementary School, Kapa’a, HI
Teacher(s): Selena Mobbs, Maile Kauo

Title: The Signs and Dead of Old Hawai’i
Students: Mariah Aguado, Kaysha Mundon, Ashlyn Questin
School: Kapa’a Elementary School, Kapa’a, HI
Teacher(s): Selena Mobbs, Maile Kauo

Title: Games from American Colonial Past and Present
Students: Mia Kaneakua Inoshita, Maya Pia Hoomanawanui, Elena Panui
School: Kapa’a Elementary School, Kapa’a, HI
Teacher(s): Selena Mobbs, Karen Cole,

YOUTH (4-5) WEBSITE:

Title: A Colonial Soldier’s Life
Students: Justin Panui-Shockey, Talon Doudt-Henry
School: Kapa’a Elementary School, Kapa’a, HI
Teacher(s): Selena Mobbs, Karen Cole

Title: Apollo 13
Students: Gavin Leines
School: Kapa’a Elementary School, Kapa’a, HI
Teacher(s): Selena Mobbs, Johnson Koo

Title: Christopher Columbus Changed the World with His Discovery
Students: Angelina Burson
School: Kapa’a Elementary School, Kapa’a, HI
Teacher(s): Selena Mobbs, Anne Milnes


The Hawai‘i Council for the Humanities is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to connect people with ideas that broaden perspectives, enrich lives and strengthen communities.  In addition to its grants program, HCH conducts educational programs, including Hawai‘i History Day and Motheread/Fatheread® Hawai‘i.

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