The One Team Documentary
Iolani Raiders Boosters Club
P.O. Box 3644
Honolulu, HI 96811
The Iolani Raiders Boosters Club is able to pursue its Mission and Vision through the generosity of its members, who contribute both
financially and by providing manpower for events. All contributions in support of the Mission and Vision are welcome. The Iolani Raiders Boosters Club has tax-exempt status
under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Membership in the Club is open to all adults
who support the Club's Mission.
The Boosters Club’s 6th Annual Commemoration Services will be held at St. Luke’s on January 16, 2016.
Mahalo to all who supported the Boosters Club’s efforts to perpetuate One Team via Foodland’s Give Aloha program during September 2015.
The Boosters Club’s 5th Annual Commemoration Services featured State Division 1 football champion Mililani Head Coach Rod York,
Iolani Class of 1991, as speaker. more >>>
The Raiders’ move to Division 1 proved to be a real test of One Team with the team staying strong together despite losing every
game in the always tough ILH.
• Teamwork - In a letter to a championship team, Father Bray wrote: “You are not individuals greedy for individual honor,
but members of a team eager for team achievement.”
• Sportsmanship - Good sportsmanship does not diminish competitive intensity. Good sportsmanship can lead to an ideal competitive attitude.
• Balance - Each team member is also a member of his or her family, school, and community, and must fulfill responsibilities to them as well as dedicating
his or her efforts to sports.
• Life-Time Principles - The IOLANI ONE TEAM culture applies beyond completion of the athletic season and even beyond graduation from Iolani School.