Hey Jason, I wrote this rap for you to beatbox in the background like how Rahzel did for Ryan and Kelly. It goes like this:
"My name is Gale and I need some help. I need a math tutor and found him on the computer. He said I can get A's if I worked really hard. I told him "I'm not a numbers person" and he said "don't play that card".
Saturday, May 12, 2018 at 10:00 am Hālau ʻĪnana - 2438 S. Beretania St., Honolulu, HI 96826
Student speakers confirmed from Kamehameha Elementary School, Kamehameha Middle School, and Kamehameha High School are scheduled to present, along with student speakers from University Lab School, Roosevelt, Waipahu, and Hālau Kū Māna.
Here is a tentative schedule for the day, which is subject to change. It is only a guideline and is very flexible.
9:45 Pre-event Music by Project Kuleana
10:00 Aloha & Welcome by emcee Keely
10:05 TED-Ed Official Video
10:10 Hayden Hawkins (ULS)
10:15 Karen Abe (ʻIolani)
10:20 Video: Jason Tom
10:25 Dayevin Bunao (KHS)
10:30 Sabrina Weaver (ULS)
10:35 Video: Quinn Shiraishi (KS-Maui)
10:40 Paper Planes Activity
11:00 Project Kuleana (KHS)
11:05 Naiya Logan (ULS)
11:10 D’elle Martin (Roosevelt)
11:15 Video: Jamaica Osorio
11:20 Hanai Makana Project (Roosevelt)
11:25 Yoo Ra Sung (ʻIolani)
11:30 Video: Jake Shimabukuro
11:35 Kolaiah and Kaleolani (Hālau Kū Māna)
11:40 Kayla Diniega (Waipahu)
11:45 Madison Sharrer (KES)
11:50 Aloha & Mahalo by Keely
11:55 Picture Taking
And if you canʻt make it in person, talks will be streamed live via Twitter at @tededhi. The event is free and open to all. Very limited parking at the building. Street parking is typically available in the area on the weekends. You may also park at the Varsity Building lot (a block away) for $4.
TED-Ed Clubs are designed to celebrate the ideas of students around the world. TED-Ed Club @ Hālau ʻĪnana is a collaboration of students from public, private, and charter schools in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi.