In her own words, second-grade teacher Deanna Choy explains why she decided to enter the Narcissus Queen Pageant and what she gained from the experience.
In the coming weeks, we may be asking for your help to submit and deliver testimony. Each committee announces their agenda with just 48 hours notice, so expect to receive requests last-minute.
Pearl Harbor Kai Elementary fourth-grade teacher Jan Inn turned a personal tragedy into a mission to help others.
This weekend, the Waialae Elementary Public Charter School’s robotics team reached a milestone they never expected to accomplish.
A school funding proposal, Senate Bill 1474, was approved overwhelmingly by the full Senate on Tuesday, March 5, and now crosses over into the House for review.
Members of the Symphonic Band are heading to New York City for the 2019 New York Wind Band Festival. The itinerary includes a performance at historic Carnegie Hall on March 13.
Moanalua Gardens Foundation and the Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources’ Division of Forestry and Wildlife are holding their last free workshop of the school year for fourth-grade teachers.
The proposal would provide additional funding, 80 percent to public schools and 20 percent to the University of Hawaii, through a half-percent increase in the general excise tax (GET).
National Board Certification was designed to develop, retain and recognize accomplished teachers and generate ongoing improvement in schools nationwide.