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307a Kamani Street Honolulu, Hawaii, USA 96813 ・info@lbe-hawaii.com ・ 808-209-5423

    Project Paradise - Half Day Program

    February 19, 2019

    University of Hawaii at Manoa

    Campus Center Ballroom

    1) Date, Location, Report Time

    Date: Tuesday, February 19, 2019

    Report Location: Campus Center Ballroom (Located on 3rd floor of Campus Center)

    Report Time: 7:45 AM 

    *Facilitator, Supporter, Floater - please arrive a little before 7:45 AM.

    LbE Hawaii can now reimburse parkers $5.00 cash with redemption of 600 Paradise Points. Inquire with support staff at the onsite check-in, if you'd like to redeem 600 Paradise Points for $5.00 cash for parking or 1200 Paradise Points for T-Shirts. 

    *It is critical that you report on time to the report location. Please plan transportation, parking, and time it takes to arrive ahead of time. LbE Hawaii has implemented a tardy/absence enforcement policy for the sake of a smooth running high quality program. Text or call Kevin at 808-209-5423 if running late. <see below>

    2) Staffing Roles

    Facilitator - Kristi Meechan - In charge of the overall program operation, time management and scheduling, lead educator, lead escort / communicates with Bilingual Supporter

    Japanese Facilitator - Yuko Maruo - Point of Contact to the school and JTB tour escort, assist Kevin in translating important info into Japanese, assist Islanders with communication with students

    Supporter - Kevin Ching - Supports the Facilitator and Bilingual Supporter

    Bilingual Supporter - Reina Nakazato - Assists the Japanese Facilitator and Supporter and JPN students in translating English-Japanese

    Floater - Tyler Nakasone - Supports with check-in, setup, distribution and collection of materials, operates and supports Facilitator with Kahoot! game, evaluates Islanders' Hale Aloha presentations and overall performance during program, supports as "back-up Islander"

    Islanders - English Speaking Leaders, assigned to a group of 8~14 Japanese high school students, representing the people and aloha of Hawaii, befriends the students to support them in English-practice and international relations

    3) Program Details

    Group: Ikuei High School

    Ages: High School (Age Unknown)

    Gender: Unknown (Co-Ed?) 

    English Level: Unknown, but always be prepared for different levels of English within your group and do give equal attention to all students. Slow down and simplify your English.

    Participants per Group: 8~14 students per group

    Number of Groups/Islanders: 15

    Number of Students: 149 

    Group Assignment

    GROUP 1 - Jake Yamamoto - 14 students

    GROUP 2 - Quynh Bach - 8 students

    GROUP 3 - Matthew Alejo - 11 students

    GROUP 4 - Zoe Espinola - 10 students

    GROUP 5 - Virgil Rey Delima - 8 students

    GROUP 6 - Aldo Garcia - 8 students

    GROUP 7 - Chloe Estrella - 8 students

    GROUP 8 - Paul Lee - 8 students

    GROUP 9 - Michelle Kwock - 13 students

    GROUP 10 - Brendan Korman - 8 students

    GROUP 11 - Da Yea Shim - 9 students

    GROUP 12 - Delphia Lloyd - 13 students

    GROUP 13A - Davicia Tautai - 9 students

    GROUP 13B- Cesar Lance Rodriguez (unconfirmed) - 9 students

    GROUP 14 - Archer Yamaki - 13 students

    Program Theme: This is a standard program, where we introduce to the students the cultural diversity of Hawaii and the benefits of living in a multicultural society, further promoting the importance of being globally aware and communicating with other people. ALOHA SPIRIT is a key essential theme we will introduce to the students. 

    4) REGULAR PROGRAM SCHEDULE ("NO RAIN" SCHEDULE)
    5) PLAN B PROGRAM SCHEDULE ("RAINY" SCHEDULE)
    6) Workbook
    Please review the program workbook.
    7) Important Preparation Information
    1. ATTIRE: Wear your Project Paradise T-Shirt if you have one (or anything on top) [Project Paradise T-Shirts will be available for $10 purchase or redemption of 1200 Paradise Points at onsite check-in) + shorts or long pants and comfortable shoes. Please bring a jacket - we will be indoors throughout the entire program and the room can sometimes get cold. (please no unusual piercings and please do attempt to cover up visible tattoos)

    2. PLEASE BRING A MAT THAT CAN COMFORTABLY FIT THE NUMBER OF STUDENTS IN YOUR GROUP (LOOK AT THE GROUP ASSIGNMENTS IN #3)

    3. PHONE RULE: ABSOLUTELY NO PERSONAL USE OF PHONES DURING EVENT. 

    4. *NEW TABLET DEVICES*LbE Hawaii will be issuing out an Amazon Fire 10 Tablet to each Islander for program use only. You will be responsible for signing the device in and out and ensuring your students take good care of the device. Islanders will no longer need to lend their personal phones to their students.

    5. LANGUAGE: Please only speak ENGLISH with your students during this program.

    6. EXCHANGING OF CONTACT INFORMATION: Absolutely no exchange of phone numbers, email, social media with your students nor the teachers of the school! Violating such rule can result in termination from LbE Hawaii.

    7. DO PRE-RESEARCH ON "ALOHA SPIRIT:" Please come prepared with pre-knowledge about ALOHA SPIRIT - what it is, and how you have experienced or witnessed the spirit in your life. You'll need to conduct a 20 minute discussion with your students! https://www.to-hawaii.com/aloha.php

    8. HALE ALOHA: You will be required to provide multiple artifacts (not just computer presentation) that best represents your background. Please see guidelines below and sample video for inspiration:

    8) SPECIAL LIMITED PLATINUM RATE COMPENSATION

    ALL Islanders will receive a special limited platinum rate of MO'I - $65.00 + 350 Paradise Points, regardless of the amount of programs they completed. This is a limited rate only applying to this program and the previous program on 1/31/19, however you MUST REPORT ON TIME to receive this rate. Regular rates are listed below:

    9) Final Confirmation Required ASAP

    Please fill out the brief form below to confirm that you have read and accepted the terms of participating in this exciting program.