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Waimea Country School celebrates Lei Day

The entire Waimea Country School student body takes the stage for the last number of the school’s recent Lei Day show celebrating North Hawaii’s paniolo heritage on May 2. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS)
The entire Waimea Country School student body takes the stage for the last number of the school’s recent Lei Day show celebrating North Hawaii’s paniolo heritage on May 2. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS)
Waimea Country School students in the ‘Ohi’a K/First grade multiage class perform “Ka Paniolo Parker” during the school’s recent Lei Day performance. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS)
Waimea Country School students in the ‘Ohi’a K/First grade multiage class perform “Ka Paniolo Parker” during the school’s recent Lei Day performance. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS)
Waimea Country School student Iki Lincoln sings during the school’s Lei Day show on May 2 celebrating North Hawaii’s paniolo heritage. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS)
Waimea Country School student Iki Lincoln sings during the school’s Lei Day show on May 2 celebrating North Hawaii’s paniolo heritage. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS)
Waimea Country School Ma’o hau hele junior kindergarten students take the stage to perform “Hawaiian Cowboy” during the school’s recent Lei Day show. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS)
Waimea Country School Ma’o hau hele junior kindergarten students take the stage to perform “Hawaiian Cowboy” during the school’s recent Lei Day show. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS)

The entire Waimea Country School student body takes the stage for the last number of the school’s recent Lei Day show celebrating North Hawaii’s paniolo heritage on May 2. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS)

Waimea Country School students in the ‘Ohi’a K/First grade multiage class perform “Ka Paniolo Parker” during the school’s recent Lei Day performance. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS)

Waimea Country School student Iki Lincoln sings during the school’s Lei Day show on May 2 celebrating North Hawaii’s paniolo heritage. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS)

Waimea Country School Ma’o hau hele junior kindergarten students take the stage to perform “Hawaiian Cowboy” during the school’s recent Lei Day show. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS)

Waimea Country School fifth grade student Ethan Levine plays ukulele during the school’s Lei Day show on May 2 celebrating North Hawaii’s paniolo heritage. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS)

Waimea Country School fourth grade student Kodi Edmondson performs “Waiomina” with her class during the school’s recent Lei Day show. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS)