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Two schools chosen to take part in Research Investigating Dust Expulsion Removal Systems experiment

Kealakehe selected for student lunar flight experiment

Two schools chosen to take part in Research Investigating Dust Expulsion Removal Systems experiment

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McDonald’s donates $45,000 to robotics teams

MEDIA RELEASE McDonald’s Restaurants of Hawaii is donating more than $45,000 to the Hawaii robotics teams at this year’s FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) in Hawaii Robotics Regional Competition. McDonald’s owner-operators presented a check Saturday during the competition’s opening ceremony for $40,666, which will be divided among the 29 competing Hawaii […]

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Kealakehe to compete at LifeSmarts state finals

MEDIA RELEASE The Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs (DCCA) Office of the Securities Commissioner has announced the qualifying teams of the LifeSmarts Hawaii Competition who will now compete in the state finals Saturday, Feb. 8 at the State Capitol Auditorium. The four teams are Kealakehe High School, Farrington High School and two teams from […]

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Gabbard visits Kealakehe High School, HPA

MEDIA RELEASE Rep. Tulsi Gabbard visited with Big Island students and educators Monday to highlight educational opportunities. She congratulated Kealakehe High School’s Robotics Team for its recent successes at the 2013 MATE International ROV Competition. Then, she taught a history class at the high school as the first event in her “Undercover Congresswoman” series. Monday […]

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Gabbard to visit Kealakehe, HPA (Aug. 26)

MEDIA RELEASE Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard will visit the Big Island next week, as well as making public appearances on Oahu and Kauai The visits are part of her continuing effort to meet with local organizations that are promoting educational and economic opportunities for Hawaii’s keiki and families. Hawaii Island Schedule: Noon: Deliver remarks and present […]

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Young people enjoyed a friendly game of laser tag after the 4th Annual Lifeplan Youth Summit. (Photo courtesy of Lifeplan Hawaii Island)

4th Annual Lifeplan Youth Summit

MEDIA RELEASE On July 5, 2013, a group of 39 young people and 35 adults took part in the 4th Annual Lifeplan Youth Summit, hosted by the Hualālai ‘Ohana Foundation and Four Seasons Resort Hualālai. The Summit recognized an important milestone in Lifeplan Institute Hawai‘i Island’s accomplishments, having assisted over 1,000 youth from North Kohala […]

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Graduation 2013: Kealakehe High School

Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Editor More than 300 Kealakehe High School students accepted their diplomas Saturday evening during commencement exercises at Waverider Stadium. Family and friends packed the stadium as former teacher Nick Courtney delivered the keynote address. Although the area had been soaked by rain all afternoon, the precipitation abated just in time […]

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Kealakehe H.S. classes to resume Monday (Dec. 10)

State Department of Education to assign additional security; students to make up lost instruction time

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Kealakehe High School classes cancelled (Dec. 7)

Kealakehe High School will remain closed to students Friday, Dec. 7 after a spate of fights on the campus this week. Officials made the decision to cancel classes over safety concerns following two days of escalating fights.

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School recycling petition aims to protect aina

Allie Kitchens: ‘… Having a recycling program at our school was essentially illegal. I was shocked! How could this be?’

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Grantsmanship course for nonprofits (Oct. 1-5)

MEDIA RELEASE Kealakehe High School and the North Hawaii Education and Research Center (NHERC) and will host a Grantsmanship Training Program in Kailua-Kona from Oct. 1-5 This five-day workshop for grantseekers at public and private nonprofit organizations takes participants through the entire grants process, from identifying the right funders to preparing airtight grant applications. The […]

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Kealakehe High School salutes Class of 2012

Kealakehe High School seniors received their diplomas and entered the real world Saturday evening on the school’s WaveRider Stadium.

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Isle schools compete in World Championship of Robotics

Isle schools compete in World Championship of Robotics

MEDIA RELEASE Seven Hawaii high school teams, and one independent elementary school team, are competing in the 2012 FIRST Championship robotics competition at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, Mo. The FIRST Championship April 25-28 is the culmination of the season’s FIRST programs, bringing together three separate robotics competitions for the ultimate ‘Sport for […]

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Abercrombie releases $7.48M in CIP funds for public schools

Abercrombie releases $7.48M in CIP funds for public schools

MEDIA RELEASE Gov. Neil Abercrombie has announced the release of more than $7.48 million to the state Department of Education for various Capital Improvement Projects for improvements, consolidation and new facilities. “These projects will upgrade several of our school facilities and improve efficiencies to accommodating the growing needs of our student population, ensuring a safe, […]

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