Wailupe Cam­pus Will House Se­nior Classes

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classes. How­ever long the hir­ing process takes will de­ter­mine when the classes ac­tu­ally start up.

“We’ll most likely start with one or two classes — start small, you know — and see how high the de­mand is and then ex­pand from there,” Bren­nan added. “I’m not sure what the ini­tial pro­grams would en­tail, but typ­i­cally se­nior pro­grams at our city recre­ational fa­cil­i­ties in­volve crafts, low-im­pact aer­o­bics, yoga and the like. That’s what the peo­ple can ex­pect.”

Steps to hire an in­struc­tor for the pro­posed classes will be taken in the com­ing months. For more in­for­ma­tion, call Bren­nan at 768-6928.

The school opened in 1958 with nine teach­ers and 205 stu­dents in grades K-3. When it closed, there were about 75 keiki in grades K-5. Most trans­ferred to Aina Haina.

The pop­u­lar Broad­way play-turned-hit-film ‘The Sound of Mu­sic’ opens Fri­day at Di­a­mond Head The­atre with the fa­mil­iar von Trapp fam­ily and their re­mark­able songs. The cast in­cludes (from left) Ni­cole Chaf­fin, Kira Stone (in front), Chase Bridg­man (in back), Malia Lane, Ari Dal­bert, Sarah Hal­ford, Ri­ley Newton (in lap), Buz Ten­nent and Chelsea Michel. Photo cour­tesy of DHT.

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