HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Who says you can't be at sixteen different places at once?
That's exactly what 450 Kamehameha school seniors did Wednesday. It was a part of the school's annual senior service project.
The students provided community service at 16 different locations across Oahu including a weed and seed community in the Kalihi area.
The senior project coordinator says the community service leaves students with a positive attitude.
"I like to think that our students walk away from this experience uplifted by the legacy that our school has established not only to be industrious but to be good people and one way that we teach them to build their character is to give back and work the aina," said Kale Kau'i.
Senior, Brenna Efta says, "I don't think a lot of people at my school realize how important it is to be involved in the community and not just in school so it gives an outside world experience."
The students also cleaned up Waimanalo Beach Park and worked with children at Punana Leo o Kawaiaha'o.
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