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Official Twitter account for the Hawai‘i State Department of Education, serving about 180,000 students attending 292 public and charter schools.
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STEMwithMili 16h
The STEAM Lab is celebrating by taking a bit of each period to read Young Readers’ Edition of ’s “Hidden Figures.” As a teacher, there’s nothing better than hearing, “Miss please, 1 more chapter!”
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NSPRA 23h
Teachers, principals & all the educators & support staff who serve in our public schools are key to helping our students succeed & our nation thrive. Celebrate 3/25-29 . Learn more from 's press release:
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HIKI NŌ Feb 19
HIKI NŌ received a $5K donation today from students through the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation Educating the Heart program. We're immensely grateful to these students for their support & for the community service they completed through Educating the Heart!
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Student Reporting Labs Feb 13
Our student reporters continue to impress us with their stories, so we just had to find a cooler place to post them. Find out more about SRL 👇
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Hawai‘i DOE 21h
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Mavis Tasaka Feb 19
DMS was blessed with vision checks and over 90 free glasses for our students. Mahalo APRN Melissa Owens, and for making this possible.
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Hawai‘i DOE 21h
Do students have the power to improve school culture? An innovative collaborative of Kaua'i teachers aims to find out, aligned to Strengthened Sense of Total Well-Being from .
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Kristen Brummel, NBCT Feb 19
One of the highlights of was spending time w/ 's joyful students. "Mr. Williams knows what our best is. He helps us practice our sense of excellence... he creates a safe place for us."
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Code.org 22h
Hallie Chen is a high school student in Washington who knows the power of computer science goes beyond just writing lines of code: it's all about computational thinking and problem solving! Hallie's school teaches CS, but does yours? Tell us here:
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Hawai‘i DOE Feb 19
Nominate a great music teacher (or teachers apply!) for the Music Educator Award.
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Lisa DeLong, EdD. Feb 19
“Writing is a muscle you can exercise...all you have to do is start” say keynotes and screenwriters Aaron and Jordan Kendall at
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Dole Middle School Feb 19
Mahalo nui loa to APRN Melissa Owens, and for blessing 80+ of our students (and their families) with free eyeglasses! We are so grateful!!!
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Hawaii SFCA Feb 19
Over 100 Museums Invite You to “Color Their Collections” with Free Coloring Books via
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Hawai‘i DOE Feb 19
The Kauai Teacher Fellowship aims to fold teacher and into administrative decision-making. They are gearing up to collect data on Social-Emotional Learning () in schools.
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Hawai‘i DOE Feb 19
"Man-made Anomaly." Artist: Josephine Mischon, Hilo High School. Painting, Silver Key. Instructor: Kirsten Eberly. See more student works honored in the prestigious Hawaii Regional Scholastic Art Awards:
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Hawaii SFCA Feb 19
Learn more about the Hawai`i Regional Scholastic Art Awards on this episode of Design Talk Hawaii! Juvana Soliven & Donnie Cervantes - Hawaii Regional Scholastic Art Awards (2-15-19)
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Star-Advertiser Feb 16
Roosevelt High School’s Symphonic Band has been chosen to perform in a music festival at the famed in New York City next month. 🎺 Pick up Sunday's print edition for more on this story.
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Hawai‘i DOE Feb 16
Our website and intranet are back up. Mahalo for your patience.
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Hawai‘i DOE Feb 16
High school scientists discuss their impressive research at the 9th Annual Honolulu District Science & Engineering Fair. At the first fair in 2010, 54 projects were entered. This year, there are over 400 projects in competition for honors.
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