MEDB Ke Alahele Education Fund Grant Awards 2016-2017

Baldwin High School – $5,000

To design, build, and program VEX robots to compete in Starstruck Competition.

Baldwin High School – $5,000

To design, build and program a robot to compete in the FIRST Robotics Competition.

Kalama Intermediate School – $5,000

To prepare for and participate in VEX competition at the state and world levels.

Kihei Charter High School – $5,000

To purchase a 3D printer which will enable students to produce 3D model solution to real-world problems using Autodesk Inventor.

Kihei Charter High School – $2,000

To assist participation in the 2017 Hawaii STEM Conference on Oahu.

King Kekaulike High School – $3,500

To purchase stabilizing equipment and aerial/action cameras that will contribute to building students’ cinematography skills.

King Kekaulike High School – $4,139

To purchase education materials for Clinical Health students.

Lahaina Intermediate School – $2,000

To purchase computer equipment and VEX IQ Robotics accessories.

Lahainaluna High School – $2,500

To prepare for and participate in VEX IQ Robotics tournaments.

Lahainaluna High School – $5,000

To purchase computer equipment and software for FIRST Robotics program

Lihikai Elementary School – $3,000

For VEX IQ kits, travel and Robotics competition expenses.

Lokelani Intermediate School – $4,988

To prepare for and participate in VEX and VEX IQ state competitions.

Maui County Regional Science and Engineering Fair (MCRSEF) – $2,500

To help support the Maui County Science and Engineering Regional Fair for 80-100 Maui County students.

Maui High School – $5,000

To enable students and teachers to participate and compete at the national Student Television Network Convention in Anaheim, California.

Maui High School – $5,000

To prepare for and participate in FIRST Robotics tournaments.

Maui High School – $4,000

To prepare for and participate in VEX Robotics tournaments.

Maui Preparatory Academy – $3,000

For software, hardware, travel and Robotics competition expenses.

Maui Waena Intermediate School – $5,000

To prepare for and participate in VEX and VEX IQ state competitions.

Moloka‘i Island Robotics (Aka‘ula, Kaunakakai Elementary, and Kilohana Elementary School) – $1,119

For its first full-year Robotics program, including a playing field, robot kit, and registration.

Molokai Middle School – $5,000

To assist with registration and travel expenses to the VEX competitions.

Montessori School of Maui – $2,500

To purchase Robotics supplies and computers.

Pomaikai Elementary School – $2,695

To prepare for and participate in VEX IQ tournaments.

Pukalani Elementary School – $5,000

To help cover registration and travel expense to Robotics competitions.

Pu‘u Kukui Elementary School – $4,989

To purchase age-appropriate kits and materials to be used to develop an after-school Robotics program.

St. Anthony Junior-Senior High School – $2,000

For establishing a STEAM Lab to support school’s 21st century goals.

St. Anthony Junior-Senior High School – $3,000

To prepare for and participate in FIRST Robotics competitions.

Daniel K. Inouye Innovation Award: Jasmine, Keona Conroy-Humphrey from Lanai High School – $9,300

Daniel K. Inouye Innovation Award: Evelyn Haase and Molokai High School – $5,300

Daniel K. Inouye Innovation Award: Maya Ooki, Jett Bolusan, King Kekaulike High School and Maui High School.
– $5,400