HSTA gives our state-level winner the STACY Award, named in memory of the beloved late HSTA Deputy Executive Director Stacy Nishina, a former public school teacher from Kauai.
Because of numerous tax changes, the best advice the HSTA can give our members is to seek professional advice when completing their tax returns.
The state and the Moanalua Gardens Foundation are holding their second free workshop in early February to train 4th grade teachers in place-based environmental education.
Hawaii State Federal Credit Union (Hawaii State FCU) has funded classroom needs for 79 teachers across the state, doubling its grant amount this year to $40,000.
Zachary Morita’s winning proposal to establish what he envisions as the Niu Valley Music Olympic Invitational edged out hundreds of proposals from teachers nationwide competing in Farmers’ annual Thank America’s Teachers® Dream Big Teacher Challenge®.