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Hawaii’s students are educated, healthy, and joyful lifelong learners who contribute positively to our community and global society.
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Mahealani Plunkett, a sixth grader at Kahuku Elementary competing in the Windward District fair, studied the five-second rule for her project. "My classmates always say that and I wanted to see if it was true. I learned that in my school, our classroom is the dirtiest and the cafeteria is the cleanest."

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A great message from Campbell High teacher Lorna Baniaga-Lee about building networks of teachers who work together to support students. #teachervoice

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Catch up with the crew at the Galapagos Islands. #MalamaHonua #WorldwideVoyage

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The 2017 School Quality Survey window is open through March 17. Students in grades 4, 5, 7, 8, 9 and 11, a parent/guardian of these students, and school-level personnel (teachers, administrators, instructional staff) can weigh in on their impressions of their school's safety, culture, and engagement, as well as their satisfaction with the school. Learn more: http://bit.ly/SQS2017

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Preschool Open Doors (POD) provides subsidies to eligible low- to moderate-income families to help pay preschool tuition. Now accepting applications for the 2017-18 school year, due March 31. Details: http://humanservices.hawaii.gov/blog/additional-open-application-period-begins-january-23-for-preschool-open-doors-program/
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The new facility at the island’s only high school will provide state-of-the-art teaching tools for Molokai’s 9th- through 12th-graders and includes two science labs and a teacher prep room for physics, biology and chemistry classes. #science #facilities #molokai

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Deadline to apply for the Hawaii Youth Sustainability Challenge is Jan. 29! https://kokuahawaiifoundation.org/minigrants

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Amy and Travis will join 14 other student and teacher teams from across the country to learn about D-Day and World War II, and will travel to Washington D.C. and Normandy, France as part of the program. #civicsed


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From MAUIWatch: Kamakoa Almasin, a sophomore at King Kekaulike High school is making a difference for others. Kamakoa began volunteering with a student at Kahului school, helping him to read braille. The effect of Kamakoa’s kind actions has resulted in a meaningful friendship. Kamakoa hopes to influence others to be kind and create a ripple effect. #givingback

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Renezel Lagran, a senior at Maui High, is making a difference by encouraging her classmates and community to be kind to everyone, everyday — her kindness campaign is her senior project. 
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