Education – July 24, 2019

Hoʻohaʻaheo: Public School Proud [Sponsored]

Students from left to right: Levi Ganiron, Hermon Henry, Elladine Sirivattha and Darlene Michubu, Teacher: Ken Kakesako, Principal: Katherine Balatico, Location: Stevenson Middle School | Photographers: Eliot Honda, Eric Loo and Edgar Ambrosio

Ideas That Transform

EDITORIAL MISSION: Hawai‘i’s public school system plays an integral role in the Islands as the largest education provider for students who go on to become our community leaders, educators, problem solvers, care providers, policy makers and so much more. As the primary publication of the Hawai‘i State Department of Education, we aim to live up to the meaning of ha‘aheo —“to cherish with pride”—by bolstering and sustaining pride for our education system. We strive to tell the stories that grow community support and involvement by celebrating successes around the exciting work being done in schools across the state as we deliver on the power and promise of public education.

Information provided by the Hawaiʻi State Department of Education


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