New CDC guidelines endorses Hawaii DOE’s decision to keep students 3-feet apart

Under new CDC guidelines, students in the classroom now only need to be 3 feet apart, and the Hawaii Department of Education said they are already one step ahead.

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For a second year, Kamehameha students lift their voices virtually for annual Song Contest

This year’s 101st Annual Kamehameha Schools Song Contest isn’t so much a contest — but a showcase of love for the land.

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