Our monthly online publication to highlight bright spots from across the public school system. This month's publication features a look back at our monthly issues and stories in Hoʻohaʻaheo over the past school year.
Editorial Mission: As the Department’s primary publication, we aim to live up to the meaning of ha‘aheo — to cherish with pride — by bolstering and sustaining pride in public education and touting the successes happening across the system as we deliver on the power and promise of public education.
Congratulations to the Class of 2021!
» Pictured above: Graduation photos from Farrington, Pearl City and Mililani High Schools.
Graduation season kicked off on May 15 with Pearl City High School's commencement at Aloha Stadium. Nearly 40 graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2021 have been or are being held this week, including Kaimukī, Farrington, Mililani, ʻAiea, Waipahu, Waiʻanae, Campbell, Kahuku, Kailua, Keaʻau, Hilo, Honokaʻa, King Kekaulike, Hāna and Waimea.
We're so proud of this year's graduates. From collaborating with teachers to make online learning successful, to inventing new ways of socializing with peers from a distance, the Class of 2021 found creative and meaningful ways to make sure their senior year was not defined by what they lost out on, but rather how they thrived in spite of the circumstances. Congratulations and best wishes for a bright future!
#PublicSchoolProud | Hoʻohaʻaheo 2020-21 Recap
As the 2020-21 school year comes to a close, we'd like to reflect back on some of the bright spots and stories highlighted in Hoʻohaʻaheo over the past year. Here's a look back at our monthly issues.
November & December 2020
August & September 2020
HAWAI‘I STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Dr. Christina M. Kishimoto
Phyllis UnebasamiDeputy Superintendent
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