Distinguished visitor tours DKI

| August 26, 2016 | 0 Comments
Hollyanne Milley, spouse of the Chief of Staff of Army, shakes the hand of fourth-grade student Bradley Church during her Tuesday visit to Daniel K. Inouye Elementary School. Church and several other students presented Milley and the visiting spouses of senior Army leaders with a painted kukui nut lei.

Hollyanne Milley, spouse of the Chief of Staff of Army, shakes the hand of fourth-grade student Bradley Church during her Tuesday visit to Daniel K. Inouye Elementary School. Church and several other students presented Milley and the visiting spouses of senior Army leaders with a painted kukui nut lei.

SCHOFIELD BARRACKS — “What’s it like to be a general’s wife?”

“How many places have you lived?”

“Who inspired you?”

“What is your favorite place where you lived?”

These are some of the questions fifth graders at Daniel K. Inouye Elementary School asked their visitor, Hollyanne Milley, wife of the 39th Chief of Staff of the Army. She patiently answered their questions then asked them questions in return.

Milley was visiting the school to learn more about schools in Hawaii and to talk with students about their experiences. After the question-and-answer session, Milley and the other visitors had a beef stew lunch with the students in the cafeteria.

Students comfortably answered questions from the visitors and engaged them in conversation about where they’ve lived, how long they’ve been in Hawaii, what their favorite activities are, and where they would be moving to in the future.

After lunch, the visitors toured the new library media/student center that is nearing completion at the school. They were amazed at the spacious facilities and the bright colors, and expressed appreciation for the Congressional and state funding that made this project possible.
The Daniel K. Inouye Elementary School staff and its students appreciate Milley and the other visitors for stopping by our school.
(Editor’s note: Iwase is the principal at Daniel K. Inouye Elementary School.)

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