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Education – July 24, 2019

Hoʻohaʻaheo: Public School Proud [Sponsored]

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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

How to Get Involved

Donate supplies: Many Hawai‘i teachers have posted classroom and proj- ect needs to DonorsChoose.org and TeacherLists.com.

Donate money: The Hawai‘i Community Foundation  is a partner with the HIDOE and provides scholarships to students and grants for nonprofits supporting school communities and families.

How to Get Involved, Dept of Education Hawaii

Business engagement opportunities: The HIDOE is your talent pool! Open your doors to students and teachers who want to learn more about your operations and sought-after skill sets.

  • Contact the Community Engagement Office at 808-305-0699.
  • You can also contact school principals directly, or their Complex Area Superintendents for regional collaborations.
  • Join a career advisory council: The HIDOE’s Career Readiness Section (808-305-9705) can assist businesses and individuals interested in joining advisory councils at schools, as well as councils for each Career and Technical Education pathway, where members advise on standards and curriculum. Contact Troy Sueoka at troy.sueoka@k12.hi.us.
  • You can learn more about what programs and project opportunities exist at schools by reviewing their school designs.

Join a School Community Council: This collaborative decision-making body comprised of teachers, parents, students and interested community members helps craft a school’s Academic and Financial plans, school designs and more. Similarly, you can join the governing board of a Charter School. Both mechanisms are also excellent doorways to mentoring opportunities.

 


HAWAI‘I STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Hawai‘i State Board of Education Assistant Superintendents Complex Area Superintendents
Catherine Payne, Chairperson, At Large
Brian J. de Lima, Vice Chairperson, At Large
Damien Kaimana Barcarse, Member, Hawaʻi County
Maggie Cox, Member, Kauaʻi County
Nolan Kawano, Member, City & County of Honolulu
Kili Namau‘u, Member, Maui County
Dwight Takeno, Member, City & County of Honolulu
Ken Uemura, Member, City & County of Honolulu
Bruce Voss, Member, At Large
Daniella M. White, Student Representative
Navy Captain Lyn Hammer, Military Liaison

Dr. Christina Kishimoto, Superintendent
Phyllis Unebasami, Deputy Superintendent

Heidi Armstrong, Student Support Services
Christine Shaw (Interim), School Facilities & Support Services
Brook Conner, Information Technology Services
Cynthia Covell, Talent Management
Amy Kunz, Fiscal Services
Rodney Luke, Strategy, Innovation & Performance
Donna Lum-Kagawa, Curriculum & Instructional Design
Esther Kanehailua, Hilo-Waiākea
Chad Keone Farias, Ka‘ū – Kea‘au – Pāhoa
Art Souza, Honoka‘a – Kealakehe – Kohala – Konawaena
Kathleen Dimino, Baldwin -Kekaulike – Maui
Lindsay Ball, Hāna -Lāhaināluna – Lāna‘i – Moloka‘i
Matt Ho, Castle – Kahuku
Lanelle Hibbs, Kailua – Kalāheo
Rochelle Mahoe, Farrington – Kaiser – Kalani
Linell Dilwith, Ka‘imukī – McKinley – Roosevelt
John Erickson, ‘Aiea – Moanalua – Radford
Robert Davis, Leilehua – Mililani – Waialua
Keith Hui, Pearl City – Waipahū
Sean Tajima, Campbell – Kapolei
Ann Mahi, Nānākuli – Waiʻanae
Bill Arakaki, Kapaʻa – Kauaʻi – Waimea

 

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