HONOLULU – The Hawaii State Board of Education will hold community meetings on Wednesday, Oct. 20, at Kalani High School on Oahu and at Keaau Elementary School on the Big Island.
Both meetings will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the cafeteria of each school.
The public is invited to attend the meetings to discuss public education and public library issues. There will be information about the education budget and Hawaii’s award of $75 million in federal Race to the Top grants. In addition, area schools will be recognized for meeting Adequate Yearly Progress under the No Child Left Behind law.
More information about upcoming Board meetings is available at www.hawaiiboe.net, under the “meeting notices” link. The public is also encouraged to follow the Board’s twitter service at twitter.com/hawaiiboe to receive notices about upcoming community meetings and other Board and education news.
Submitted by Alex Da Silva, Public Affairs Officer, Hawaii Board of Education