Navy Hale Keiki School offers clubs and school organizations for first through fourth graders. Student clubs are led by NHKS teachers and staff, with meetings held after school (with the exception of Student Council).
Student Clubs & Organizations
Many children at NHKS experience deployments of parents and loved ones. In an effort to support (second through fourth grade) students and help them feel productive during these stressful times, the Young Patriot’s Club is available. Priority enrollment is given to students of a deployed parent. Learn more about the Patriot's Club and its involvement with the military community.
Robotics is open to third and fourth graders. The club meets once a week to program and construct LEGO Mindstorms robotics kits, encouraging STEM in after school activities. Registration for Robotics is sent home via backpack and email at the beginning of the school year.
Journalism Club is open to grades second through fourth. The club meets once a week to learn about the basics of newspaper writing, including research, interviewing, and newswriting and editing. The club produces two publications a year, with student journalists writing one to two articles per publication.
Student Council is open to grades first through fourth, with positions in each grade level. Elections are held each fall, with students in upper grades casting their vote for class representatives, secretary, vice president, and president. Student Council members are encouraged to voice their opinions about the NHKS community, as well as speak up for those who are not in the council. Student Council organizes a food drive each year to collect goods for the Hawai'i Food Bank.