Middle and High School
Fall 2020: Middle & High School
NOVEMBER & DECEMBER: FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Don't let distance learning and physical distancing get you down! If you're looking for ways to serve the community, connect with others, learn a few things outside of school, and discover your talents.. WE GOT YOU!
Follow us on Instagram @AthertonYMCA. In our bio you'll see our Linktree page which always has our up to date list of events you can RSVP for, or see below.
**If you are interested in setting up a series of workshops specifically for your school or group please contact us at email@example.com. A calendar of workshops open to the public will be made available and shared here soon. If there is a workshop topic that you would like to learn more about and your community would benefit from, let us know.
All students and volunteers are expected to follow the YMCA's Virtual Code of Conduct.
LEARN A LANGUAGE (All Ages & Families)
Learn from University of Hawaii at Manoa Center of Philippine Studies students and professors! Each lesson covers spoken language practice, with an introductory conversation, and new vocabulary and structures. You will be able to understand and participate in basic, everyday conversations. The instructor will teach pronunciation and comprehension, and on learning to speak Tagalog.
ACADEMIC SUPPORT (6th-12th)
Students should bring their homework assignments and questions along with them as they sign into our academic support office hours. Our college volunteer mentors will do their best to guide students through their work. After you RSVP the log in information will remain the same for the whole month.
SOCIAL EVENTS - JUST HAVE FUN AND HANG WITH OTHERS (6th-12th)
What's the Tea?! Teen Talk & Activities: Want to vent? Want to meet others? Complain about COVID? Play a game? Have a good laugh? Facilitated by UH Manoa Mentors, our goal is to empower all students and give them an open, safe place to talk about themselves and share their opinions. The virtual environment will be fun, interesting, and friendly. We'll have games, activities, and random conversation.
AMONG US GAME: The multi-player game takes place in a space-themed setting where players each take on one of two roles. Most are crew-mates and others are impostors - all predetermined. The goal for the crew-mates is to identify the impostors, eliminate them from the game, and complete tasks around the map. The impostors' goal is to eliminate the crew-mates without being identified.
HAWAIIAN STORIES & MYTHOLOGY: Hawaiian history is full of myth, legends, and cultural lessons passed down through the generations. Spend this time with us to discover and discuss some of those lessons. Volunteers with an interest in Hawaiian culture and knowledge will share stories of the past as they relate to the issues we face today. Join us for fun, discovery, and culture. What better way to head into Thanksgiving than being thankful for the culture and history that surrounds us.
WORKSHOPS: COLLEGE & CAREER (9th-12th)
Our team of students are preparing all sorts of workshops and panel discussions that rotate each month. Let us know if you would like to see a specific topic and we'll work on scheduling that! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can schedule a workshop for your class, club, or group of friends to support you and your futures!
Career & Job Skill Development