King Kamehameha III School will present its annual May Day Ho'ike at 8:30 a.m. Friday in the school's kindergarten-2nd grade playground.
The program will foster the school's vision: "Cherish the past, explore the present, embrace the future." Each grade level will share a musical selection. In the spirit of sharing and showcasing students' talent and aloha, May Day court members will participate with their respective grade levels when they perform their May Day selections.
The festivities' royal court will be led by King Makena Nagasako and Queen Vasioata Anasiveli Faleta.
The royal court representatives are princesses Ryli Cherry, Neysha Fuentes, Jasmin Fujita, Aliya Harmon, Lily Kamaunu, Kaiulani Tanner, Althea Tejero and Alexa-Rhives Villa; and princes Morgan Branum, Keoni Cardona-Ruiz, Joseph Heintz, Nikolas Kron, Lucas Otto, Daniel Pimentel, Brian Sandoval and Ieti Taue'etia.
Other court representatives include ladies in waiting Rory Delaney, Marilyn Hamm, Silupevaelei Long and Makena Yap; kahili bearers Sukaryo Heilscher, Kamakakoaokekaiolohia Ko, Jacob Lomeli-Alcantara and Maximus McKay; and spearsmen Angel Trejo-Lopez and Owen Wegner. The pulo'ulo'u bearer will be Ka'ikekaikaikaohalemano Dizon. Conch blowers will be Kepakemapa Kuahuia-Morton; and chanters will be Anjanette Patricia Aveno, Alana Koa and Aaliya Times.
The master and mistress of ceremonies are Noa Bauchman and Veronica Lara.