Having a collaborative relationship with our military community means that we work together on problem-solving issues that are important to our school. This article is the result of complaints from parents and the school regarding traffic issues around our campus. We continue to work together to ensure the safety of our school community.
Kids, Cops and a Pooch Honolulu Police Department officers and children gather at the Capitol on Tuesday for an event in advance of Pedestrian Safety Month, which starts Saturday. Taking on Homelessness State Sen. Jill Tokuda, center left, and Rep Sylvia Luke follow Gov. David Ige into a press conference announcing the Governor's Leadership Team on Homelessness on Monday. The group will meet weekly to devise a strategy to address Hawaii's homelessness crisis. The Big Picture For Civil Beat, I like to break away from the pack, such as this media group focusing on the governor's newly announced team on homelessness. Fruits of a Partnership The U.S. Department of Defense teamed up with the state to produce a two-story, 10-classroom addition to Hale Kula Elementary School on the Schofield Barracks. The student body is made up almost exclusively of children of military dependents. Blessing the Building Gov. David Ige, center right, and Col. Richard Fromm stand at the Hale Kula Elementary School entrance during a blessing of the new classroom building Monday. Ready to Compute New Apple laptops await students and the first day of the new school year at Hale Kula Elementary School. Checking Out the New Digs Visitors walk around the second floor of the new building at Hale Kula. The state Department of Education managed the $33.2 million project with a Department of Defense grant of $26.5 million. Shop
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Community service is an important part of our students' experience at Hale Kula. This article was written by our Student Council advisors and shares how our students are involved in caring for our community.
An elementary school serving mostly military families on Schofield Barracks now bears the name of the late U.S. Sen. Daniel K. Inouye, who was remembered Monday during a ceremony at the campus as a staunch supporter of education and the military.
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An article about our event on Monday, October 17, 2016
Hale Kula Elementary School has been undergoing major renovations in the last three years, thanks in large part to $26.6 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Defense. Now the school will be getting a new name, in honor of the man who helped make that DOD funding available for schools on military installations. Hale …
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