The ‘Ike Ea Program continued its goal of teaching Engineering and Electronics concepts in two Hawaiian Immersion schools in Hilo on the Big Island. The two-week program started on April 21st to May 1st at Nawahiokalani’opu’u in Keaau and on May 4th to May 15th at Ka ‘Umeke Ka’eo in Keaukaha. Daily hands-on activities such as, popsicle stick bridge building with a 50 lbs. load test, egg drop, circuits and model house wiring, helped reinforce the concepts learned during the lecture part of the course. A total of two classes with 30 students participated in the program. The program culminated with a Family Night at the end of each two-week session. The students were able to showcase the projects and concepts learned during the course of the program. Students were also recognized with their effort with a certificate and goody bags. The ‘Ike Ea Program will have Waiahole Elementary School as the last school for this school year before the summer break.