Just 778 of the 3,000 students who were enrolled in Lahaina public schools prior to the Aug. 8 fire have have re-enrolled in public schools as of Aug. 31, state Department of Education officials announced Tuesday.
Princess Nāhi‘ena‘ena Elementary, Lāhainā Intermediate and Lāhaināluna High are currently closed as they undergo environmental assessments for air, water and soil quality, state education officials said.
Lāhainā public school principals and officials with the DOE will be available at each meeting to discuss the latest information on the status of King Kamehameha III Elementary, Princess Nāhiʻenaʻena Elementary, Lāhainā Intermediate and Lāhaināluna High, as well as educational opportunities for all West Maui public school students, education officials said.
The campus, located in Pukalani, was damaged by high winds but not fires, according to an Aug. 17 statement from the state Department of Education.
Though they sustained wind damage, Lāhaināluna High, Lāhainā Intermediate and Princess Nāhiʻenaʻena Elementary schools are all intact and will reopen, state education officials said Tuesday.
This year’s scholarship for the 2023–2024 academic year is open to high school seniors graduating in the 2022-2023 academic year, including those who have not participated in any Maui Huliau programs.
Maui County schools will receive an additional $7.4 million in federal funding in 2023-24 under Title I Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, which aims to assist at-risk children and those living in low-income families
With the ongoing pattern of Hawaiʻi’s wildlife disappearing, Che Frausto is motivated to increase education about native species and their critical habitats. With a line of educational coloring books that feature endangered animals in Hawaiʻi and important facts, Frausto started Advanced Wildlife Education.
Due to the unique challenges presented during the evolving COVID-19 pandemic, Kamehameha Schools is extending the application deadline for K-12 admission as we work together to support and nurture our keiki and families. The deadline for Kamehameha Schools K-12 program applications for the Kapālama, Hawai‘i and Maui campuses for the 2021-22 school year is now Oct. 15 2020. Applicants […]
Digital media and AV students in Maui County are invited to enter an educational video contest sponsored by The State of Hawaii, Department of Transportation, Highways Division – Maui District (HWY-M). The project is designed to promote public awareness of why stormwater matters to the islands’ environment and encourage good community practices to help keep […]