Hubbard was one of 100 people who visited Island School on Saturday for the second MOV. Festival, which showcased 30 small videos made elementary, middle and high school students from across the island. The films ranged from comedy to drama and featured multiple editing techniques such as stop motion, fade in and fade out and animation.
It was back to class this week for thousands of public school students, including some in Hawaii’s blended schools. Nine year-old Kahale Winchester was in the classroom Wednesday, but he normally does most of his schoolwork at home. “I get to tailor my son’s education and therefore education has taken on a new meaning,” said Kahale’s mother, Jaylin Winchester.