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Free job training for unemployed O’ahu residents filling fast

HONOLULU (KHON2) — The University of Hawai’i’s Community Colleges teamed up with the City and County of Honolulu, creating a program called “O’ahu Back to Work,” to help O’ahu’s unemployed residents learn new skills and get training for jobs that are available in the workforce today. About 400 O’ahu residents...
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1st place in international competition for UH architecture students

In a competition that challenged architecture students to rethink the nature of working in a post-pandemic era and design a building for holistic physical and mental wellness, teams from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa School of Architecture Global Track Program won first place and an honorable mention in the 2021 Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) Steel Competition.
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Four Programs That Inspire and Teach Kidpreneurs

Steve Sue likes to start young when nurturing the next generation of public-spirited entrepreneurs. He launched Lemonade Alley in 2011, a lemonade stand challenge for children in kindergarten through high school. Sue says that while it teaches Hawai‘i’s youth how to make a profit, each team also chooses which charity will receive their earnings.
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Many Head Start Classes Go Back Online Amid Covid Surge

Hawaii’s largest provider of a federally funded preschool program for low-income families has resumed all-virtual instruction after just a few weeks back in class as the Covid-19 surge hit some neighborhoods with Head Start programs particularly hard. The decision by the Honolulu Community Action Program to cease in-person learning on...
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David Tautofi no longer head coach of Kaimuki football

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - David Tautofi has been relieved of his duties as the head coach of Kaimuki Football ahead of the 2021 OIA season. The Kaimuki Youth Development Organization — Tautofi is the executive director — said in a press release on Friday that Kaimuki High School parted ways with Tautofi ahead of the fall season.
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Oahu Middle School Renamed After Hawaiian Princess

HONOLULU (AP) — Hawaii's Board of Education has approved changing Central Middle School's name to honor the Hawaiian princess who once owned the downtown Honolulu property. At a meeting Thursday, the board approved naming the campus Princess Ruth Ke‘elikolani Middle School. School and community leaders have been trying since 2019 to rename the school.
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ICYMI: Listen to the latest SL High School Sports Weekly

Check out an on-demand audio stream of the inaugural edition of our high school sports show, hosted by Josh Pacheco, airing every Thursday during the high school sports season on ESPN Honolulu. This week's edition featured SL reporter Kalani Takase and Damien interim football head coach Anthony Tuitele. To listen...
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COVID testing in Hawaii schools are off to a slow start

HONOLULU (KHON2) — COVID screening at Hawaii K-12 schools is off to a slow start, and some supplies that are meant for mass testing are being held back for staff or symptomatic kids. KHON2 asked the Department of Health (DOH) for weeks for a list of which schools are doing...
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BOE approves renaming of Central Middle school to honor Princess Ruth Ke'elikolani

HONOLULU, Hawaii (KITV4) -- The Hawaii State Board of Education (BOE) has approved the restoration of Central Middle School to its former name honoring Princess Ruth Keanolani Kanahoahoa Ke?elikolani, this change is effective immediately. “For our students, it's a great opportunity to show our love, admiration, and respect in restoring...
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‘Iolani closes in on a state berth as OIA waits

With the OIA still four weeks from starting its regular season, ‘Iolani is just one win away from clinching a state-tournament berth. Read more. You're reading a premium story. Read the full story with our Print & Digital Subscription.
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UH program makes progress with concussion program

As National Concussion Awareness Day approaches, the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa College of Education (COE) HuTT®808 program is reaching more high school students. Launched in 2019, HuTT®808 is a partnership between the COE and the University of Massachusetts Lowell (UMass Lowell) to reduce head impact exposure in Hawaiʻi high school football players and to enhance community awareness and environment for head safety.
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$9.3M awarded to Native Hawaiian-serving programs at UH

Thirteen University of Hawaiʻi Native Hawaiian education programs are set to receive more than $9 million in federal funding from the large American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). ARPA was enacted to stimulate recovery from the economic and health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. These grants are part of more than $28 million in federal funding awarded to 35 Native Hawaiian education programs across the state.
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UH president’s report: COVID-19, enrollment, Maunakea and more

COVID-19 update (video) Ching Athletics Complex retrofit (video) Maunakea stewardship (video) Telescope decommissioning: Caltech Submillimeter Observatory and Hōkū Keʻa teaching telescope (video) ʻImiloa educational programs (video) Maunakea stewardship (video) Legislative informational briefings (video) Federal support for Hawaiian educational programs (video) See previous president’s reports to the Board of Regents.
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State Provides COVID-19 Testing for Hawaii School Campuses

HONOLULU (AP) — Some Hawaii schools are participating in a state Department of Health program that provides COVID-19 testing for students, teachers and staff. Most of the public schools that have registered haven't started testing yet, but state Epidemiologist Sarah Kemble told members of the Hawaii House Committee on Pandemic and Disaster Preparedness the program is moving quickly, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported.
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