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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.
Leaders from the Army and the Hawaii State Department of Education met at the Nehelani, here, May 11, to reinforce the bond between the Army and its partner schools and to discuss ways the Army and the DOE could improve those schools.
Wheeler Elementary and Solomon Elementary schools have gone through their initial visit by the WASC accreditation team and will be revisited for 3-4 days, so the team can observe the school in full operation (in school year 2016-17).
At Hale Kula Elementary School, 99 percent of the students are military dependents, and staff and students celebrated by wearing purple and reflecting on what it means to be a military child.
Ten years later, we’re on our way to The Big Apple to follow Anna’s dream.
The 10 million learners that are signed up for the website are able to track their progress to identify their weaknesses. The website offers everything from practice exercises, to videos, to a learning dashboard that covers areas like science, math, history, art history and economics.