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Waianae Elementary teacher steps out of comfort zone to compete in Narcissus Queen Pageant

Waianae Elementary teacher steps out of comfort zone to compete in Narcissus Queen Pageant

"Being in Narcissus has made me more confident and has helped me make connections with different members of the community."

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.

  Thursday, March 21, 2019  /  Number of views (713)
[UPDATED] Priorities HSTA continues to track in the 2019 Legislative session

[UPDATED] Priorities HSTA continues to track in the 2019 Legislative session

Please be ready to testify with us!

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.

  Tuesday, March 19, 2019  /  Number of views (720)
Pearl Harbor Kai Elementary teacher holds blood drive in son’s memory

Pearl Harbor Kai Elementary teacher holds blood drive in son’s memory

Donate on Tuesday, April 2, to help save lives

Pearl Harbor Kai Elementary fourth-grade teacher Jan Inn turned a personal tragedy into a mission to help others.

  Wednesday, March 13, 2019  /  Number of views (1001)
First-year Waialae Elementary PCS robotics team reaches state finals

First-year Waialae Elementary PCS robotics team reaches state finals

“I think it taught the children you really can do anything you put your mind to.”

This weekend, the Waialae Elementary Public Charter School’s robotics team reached a milestone they never expected to accomplish.

  Thursday, March 07, 2019  /  Number of views (894)
Senate approves bill to raise general excise tax for Hawaii's public schools

Senate approves bill to raise general excise tax for Hawaii's public schools

Senate Bill 1474 aims to provide hundreds of millions of dollars in additional funding for our keiki

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.

  Tuesday, March 05, 2019  /  Number of views (697)
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