Due to inclement weather, the date of the Schofield Barracks Tree Lighting Ceremony has changed.
As his visit to the classroom ended, he asked the children if they knew what their next goal was, and they shouted, “To finish our homework!”
$12.8 Million for Homeless Vets — On Tuesday, Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert A. McDonald announced $12.8 million in renewal funding through the Grant and Per Diem program to 20 community agencies that currently provide transitional housing with supportive services for homeless veterans under the Transition in Place model.
By now, kids are back into the swing of school, re-establishing seats in the cafeteria, slipping prohibited gum paraphernalia into their pockets and whispering in the hallways about the latest crushes.
Students at Hale Kula Elementary School started the 2015 academic year on Wednesday with a brand-new two-story, 10-classroom building featuring an open-space layout that supports modern teaching methods.
WHEELER ARMY AIRFIELD — Summer is winding to an end, and Hawaii’s public schools are back in session starting July 29-30.
The U.S. Department of Education has announced Hawaii’s school accountability and improvement system, Strive HI, has received a full three years of unconditional flexibility from provisions of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), also known as No Child Left Behind (NCLB).
Yet, 12 Army-connected students excelled through their unique challenges and graduated as co-valedictorians at their schools by achieving a 4.0 or higher grade point average for all four years of high school.