Click on the following presentation for Superintendent Hayashi’s summary of the current information on the conditions in West Maui.
The Hawaiʻi State Department of Education has partnered with the Public Schools of Hawaiʻi Foundation to accept monetary donations in support of our Maui school communities impacted by the devastating wildfires. Donations can be made at pshf.org/donations-page. All gifts made through Oct. 1, 2023 will be dedicated solely to help our Maui students, staff and schools.
For other general Maui disaster relief support information, please see the list on the HIDOE website: https://bit.ly/HelpMauiSchools.
Hawai‘i KIDS COUNT – June 14, 2023
Hawai‘i’s ranking in children’s economic well-being is 44th, or the seventh lowest in the nation, according to the 2023 KIDS COUNT® Data Book, a 50-state report of recent household data developed by the Annie E. Casey Foundation analyzing how children and families are faring. The Data Book also reports that Hawai‘i parents face some of the highest child care costs in the nation.
Honolulu Star-Advertiser – June 3, 2023
Gov. Josh Green on Friday surprised many education observers with the announcement that he is replacing Bruce Voss as chair of the state Board of Education with business leader Warren Haruki.
Honolulu Star-Advertiser – April 18, 2023
It’s a good time to be a public school teacher in Hawaii — perhaps better than ever before — based on a tentative new labor contract with the state.
Clare joined with others to protest “Furlough Fridays” and served for many years on the board of Parents for Public Schools until her illness.
The image above is of Clare with her kids in 2009 participating in the sit-in protest in Governor Lingle’s office.
Read more about Clare via the links below:
- Helping people was leading immigration attorney’s passion – Honolulu Star-Advertiser
- Celebrating the life of Clare Hanusz (Life in the Law) – Think Tech Hawaii
- Aloha Immigration