Information on cancellations will be updated as it is available.
The Hawaii State Department of Education (DOE) is awarding $230,000 to 15 elementary schools that demonstrated significant success or improvements in the 2013-14 school year.
Military students can turn good grades into rewards with the Army and Air Force Exchange Service’s “You Made the Grade” program.
Goodwill, international friendships, ohana — these words were consistently used during a recent visit to Wheeler Middle School by Saiga Masamitsu, mayor, Kawachi, Japan; Ono Shigeru, education director, Kawachi; and Masako Nashimoto Luttrell, president, Nashimoto & Associates.
A rainbow of colorful backpacks, notebooks, crayons and other school supplies greeted the children as they filed past a table in the school library, picked their favorites and exchanged high-fives with the Soldiers.
Hawaii’s public elementary schools have made significant headway in reducing the number of students chronically absent, a strong predictor of academic success, according to the Hawaii State Department of Education 2013-14 Strive HI Performance System results.
All military families are highly encouraged to fill out the Federal Survey Cards, which students will take home from school in early September.
This card is an excellent means to support our public schools with funds to buy equipment and other school resources.
The Scholastic and School Library Journal announced the School Librarian of the Year award, Sept. 3.
More than 90 applicants from around the country were nominated, and Hale Kula Elementary School’s library media specialist, Michelle Colte, was selected as the winner of this prestigious award.