At the Halau Ku Mana Charter School, teachers are not just focused on producing good scholars; their primary goal is to produce citizens who have a clear understanding of what it means to do the right thing for their community. Students are directly involved with solving environmental issues. Their activities include community clean-ups, stream monitoring, building aquaponic gardens, and installing a 250 gallon water catchment tank.
|2012||$1,400||State Farm Youth Advisory Board||To conduct stream water monitoring projects|
|2013||$400||State Farm Youth Advisory Board||To build an aquaponics garden|
|2014||$400||State Farm Youth Advisory Board||To install a catchment tank|