Ballots that were cast for chapter leadership and state delegates on Teacher Institute Day were counted over the weekend, and the results have been certified by each chapter's executive board.
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The award is given to an educator "devoted to enriching students' knowledge of global issues and inspiring them to reach for international learning opportunities."
The bureau is looking to hire approximately 1,000 people in Hawaii, most whom would serve as census takers with some clerical and supervisory positions available.
Shirley Yamauchi teaches seventh-grade English and also serves as president for HSTA's Leeward Chapter. "We have so many talented teachers statewide, I was very honored, humbled and speechless," she said.