Fort Shafter Elementary School

72 4th graders with 10 chaperones for Oni v. Meek tour. Students will split into two groups but will tour at the same time, swapping between the video and the courtroom. Students must be finished by 10:30 am to attend a play.

Aliamanu Elementary School

84 4th-grade students and 9 chaperones will visit the Center in two groups for the Oni v Meek tour. The groups will flip with the State Capitol. The contact is Jennifer Teruya.

St. Andrews School

30 4th and 5th-grade students (two groups) and 4 chaperones will visit the Center for the Oni v Meek (4th-grade) and Bacon Rebellion (5th -grade) tour. The groups will flip with the State Capitol. The 4th-graders will do the Oni v Meek mock trial and the 5th-graders will do the Bacon Rebellion mock trial. The contact is Heather Lum.

Places/UH Manoa/SEED

38 7th-grade students who are part of the Places program at UH Manoa will tour the Center in two groups spaced 15 minutes apart. The students are studying the overthrow of the Kingdom and will also visit Iolani Palace. The contact is Loke Wakinekona

Places/UH Manoa/SEED

38 7th-grade students who are part of the Places program at UH Manoa will tour the Center in two groups spaced 15 minutes apart. The students are studying the overthrow of the Kingdom and will also visit Iolani Palace.

Hawaii Pacific University

120 college students split into four groups at the following times:  (1) 11:00 am – 12:00 pm, (2) 12:05 pm – 1:05 pm, (3) 2:15 pm – 3:15 pm, and (4) 3:20 pm – 4:20 pm. Use Land and Power/Oni v Meek program. Contact is Professor Doug Askman.

 

Assets School

72 5th-grade and 6th-grade students, along with 8 chaperones will split into two groups to tour Aliiolani Hale and the State Capitol. They will use the Oni v Meek tour format. The contact is Carol Uyeda.

Legal Aid Society of Hawaii

Eight representatives from Microsoft and Pro Bono Net will tour the Center to learn about the history of the judiciary. The contact is Sergio Alcubilla.

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