Last Friday Windward Nazarene Academy Middle School Students participated in the LSSL Cross Country 2018 Meet. The meet took place at Central Oahu Regional Park. It was a beautiful day and students got to compete against eight other schools. Thank you to Pearl Harbor Christian for hosting the fun filled day.Read More »
Last Month we featured the WNA Boxing Club. If you missed it check it out. Every Friday students in the fifth grade thru eighth grade spend an hour in “clubs”. This month we are featuring the WNA Auto Club. Read More »
Sustainability has been a focus of WNA for a while now. Our garden has been at the center of that focus. Every class has their own garden bed and are a part of every step of that garden bed. We also have an aquaponics system that the students get to experiment with, learn about, and maintain. Part of sustainability is eating what you are growing and some of the 3rd and 4th graders got a unique first-hand experience.Read More »
This Fall Intersession, Windward Nazarene Academy decided to offer special courses for students. The unique opportunities has been not only a great time but a great time of learning. Last week, the 4th grade and up participated in a ‘STEAM’ course using Rasberry Pi. The younger students participated in a “Look I Can Cook” course. Read More »
Clubs are a part of WNA’s weekly activities. Every week middle schoolers get to go to a club they chose at the beginning of the quarter. New this year is boxing club a fun way to learn something new and stay in shape. Read More »
Extra-Curricular is a term often used for activites after school. The current culture of busy is at an all time high, usually filled with Extra-Curricular activites. Some parents have it down to a science with no minute unaccounted for. As a parent this can all be intimidating and overwhelming so I asked some other parents how they tackle the monster known as extra-curricular activities.Read More »
Home lunches are not just for field trips.
At Windward Nazarene Academy our lunches are regulated by USDA’s National School Lunch Program, ensuring a healthy well balanced meal for your students. Some children just simply don’t like a certain lunch which is understandable. We gladly accept home lunch on any day here are some tips.Read More »