Through our national partner, EveryoneOn, we would like to help ensure that families in every school district we serve, have affordable access to the Internet for the ongoing study of genealogy. The Internet is the key to so many 21st Century Learning programs, and with the help of EveryoneOn, we hope to help families in disadvantaged areas to access the Internet affordably. Visit our page at www.everyoneon.org/OhanaLearning and enter your zip code to find an affordable Internet access program and affordable computer equipment that is available to you and your family. 

The Ohana Learning Series begins with an in-class introduction, led by your student's "Kumu," which means "Teacher" in Hawaiian. Your student's Kumu will give an overview of the series, the steps toward discovering your family's rich history, and important cautions about Digital Citizenship and CyberBullying. Lesson Plans and Curriculum Exercises are available to every licensed school for easy download. 

We want all students to accept the responsibility of using the internet, understand the potential implications of their activities online, and enjoy the exciting experience we are providing. 

Every student registered for the Ohana Learning Series will receive a login to access our Family Learning Tree. This project is a place to preserve your family's unique history and create the basis for the lessons in the series of Ohana Programs. 

Because we realize the internet can be a scary place for young students, we ensure each username and password is unique, and protected within our learning environment so student activity is restricted to Ohana Learning Tree. Now your student is ready to work with their family to begin this incredible journey into your family's history. 

The Ohana Learning Series has now been adapted for Google Classroom and available to teachers to comply with new Distance Learning initiatives. All lessons and projects are accessible through Google Classroom. 

The Ohana Learning Series has launched a Home Schooling edition for Charter School Parents seeking programs that supplement the State Common Core Standards, and introduce new and engaging opportunities for STEM Projects, and 21st Century Learning. Family Learning and Collaboration are all part of this new edition, and engages the students while supporting other subjects and proficiencies. 

mobile access and monitoring



in-class introduction

Because access to the internet is available almost anywhere at any time, we provide our own Mobile App, so parents can monitor their student's online activities 24/7, and receive notifications that keep them apprised of all communication that takes place. 

The Ohana Mobile App also allows for access to the search features of the OhanaLearningSeries.com web portal, so you and your student can continue to build your Family School, adding new members as you continue to discover your heritage. 




 Ohana Learning Series