H-1 Ewa-bound Closure 7:30pm-4:30am Mon-Fri July 22-26

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Overnight lane closures on the Ewa-bound H-1 will continue to affect evening commuters this week.

Three westbound lanes will be closed between the H1/H2 merge and the Pearl Ridge/Waimalu off ramp 7:30 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. Monday through Friday, according to the state Department of transportation. The closures are for the ongoing viaduct repairs there, according to state officials.

Source: Star-Advertiser 7.22.13. Retrieved 7.22.13, 6:00pm.

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LCC‐Wai`anae CAB Meeting Minutes & Agenda 7/11/13

LCCW CAB minutes. Click image t0 see the full report in PDF.

LCCW CAB minutes. Click image to see the full report in PDF.

LCC‐Wai`anae CAB agenda for 7/11/13 meeting. Click image for full PDF of agenda. Click here for the PPT version.

LCC‐Wai`anae CAB agenda for 7/11/13 meeting. Click image for full PDF of agenda. Click here for the PPT version.

Alternate links to the documents:
CAB meeting notes 7-11-13
LCC-Wai`anae CAB Agenda PDF 7-11-13
LCC-Wai`anae CAB Agenda PPT 7-11-13

Job Tree (posted 7/22/13)

JOB TREE from Our Father in Heaven Ministry
God bless from Sister NJ 489-8016 and Teresa
We are open to receiving all kind of donations to help further our ministry

First to Work 587 3850
333 N.King st room 200

Jan Guard security 524 Kalihi st 585 7346

Altres staffing agency many positions 674 3711

Alliance personnel 521 4300

Express employment agency 525 5225

Baker apprenticeship Waipahu ask for Fernando at 233-9075

Offering RESUME building please apply online if you are interested in having help with your resume email jenkeys@yahoo.com

Live in situation and work Waianae must be drug alcohol free please call Bobby at 275 6995

Dive Masters & dive instructors Aaron’s Dive Shop in Kailua call 262-2333

Moped Mechanics Helper Honolulu call 450-8388  . 10 and 6

Exterior Cleaning Service Technician Military Housing Military Base apply via email at kristiepc@aol.com

Office Administrative Assistant all wood flooring apply via email at melanie475757@gmail.com

Thai Cuisine Chef more than 3 years contact Ann 398-4200

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Hawaii State Department of Education Selects Eight Schools for Digital Pilot (7/19/13)

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HAWAII STATE   DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

NEWS RELEASE

NEIL ABERCROMBIE

KATHRYN S.   MATAYOSHI

GOVERNOR

SUPERINTENDENT

   July 19, 2013

Hawaii State Department of Education Selects Eight Schools for Digital Pilot

HONOLULU – The Hawaii State Department of Education (DOE) is pleased to announce the eight school-applicants that have been selected for the Common Core Digital Curriculum Pilot Project (CCDC) in the upcoming 2013-14 school year. The eight schools were selected based on their technological readiness, commitment to integrating technology in the classroom and readiness to implement a large schoolwide project. The schools are:

  • · Keaau Elementary
    · Mililani Mauka Elementary
    · Mililani Waena Elementary
    · Moanalua Middle
    · Nanaikapono Elementary
    · Nanakuli Elementary
    · Nanakuli Intermediate and High
    · Pahoa Elementary

The CCDC pilot aims to support schools’ implementation of new digital curricula aligned with the Common Core State Standards, which are new learning standards for English language arts and math. The eight schools will receive a tablet or laptop for every student and teacher, as well as new curriculum and training on Google Apps for Education. Following teacher training, Keaau and Pahoa elementary schools will be the first to receive their devices during the first semester. The remaining schools will receive their devices in early 2014.

“The introduction of both the CCDC along with the Common Core State Standards in our schools helps set a high standard for student achievement, and pushes our efforts even further in preparing our students for post-secondary success,” stated State Schools Superintendent Kathryn Matayoshi.

The Common Core Digital Curriculum Pilot Project builds on the successful work of a handful of Hawaii schools that are using devices. At Keaau Elementary, which has been providing devices to students for two years, there has been a significant difference in the classroom dynamics due to digital devices.

“The use of digital devices in our school has been a tremendous help in accelerating our students’ love of learning, which translates into higher test scores and better attendance,” said Keaau Elementary Principal Chad Keone Farias. “We’ve surpassed the state average in math and are on par with the state average in reading, which is a huge improvement over the last few years.”

Data collected from the first phase of the initiative will include student and teacher use, formative assessments and student engagement. The CCDC project takes advantage of ongoing DOE efforts to introduce new technology for learning and expand the DOE’s broadband infrastructure while bringing 21st century learning to the classroom. It also supports the goals outlined in the 2011-2018 DOE and Board of Education Strategic Plan. The 2013 Legislature appropriated $8 million to this pilot effort.

“We appreciate Governor Abercrombie and the Legislature’s support in our efforts and congratulate the schools that took the initiative to apply for this important pilot program,” said BOE Chair Don Horner.

To learn more about the Department’s Strategic Plan for student success please visit www.hawaiipublicschools.org.

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Donalyn Dela Cruz
Director of Communications
Phone:  (808) 586-3232
E-mail:  donalyn_dela_cruz@hawaiidoe.org

Homeless Assistance Working Group: Next Meeting August 5, 2013

If you are interested in participating, or would like more information —  please contact Block Captain Louis Galdeira at louisgaldeira@gmail.com

Monday, August 5, 2013
6 to 7 p.m.
Conference Room 229
Hawaii State Capitol

I.  Welcome and Introductions

II.  Reports

A.  Block Captains

1.  Team Members

2.  Proposed Strategy for the Community

3.  Budget Requirements, if any

B.  Housing Options

1.  Team Members

2.  Proposed Strategy for New or Renovated Projects

3.  Budget Requirements, if any

III.  Review of Proposed Report to the Legislature

IV.  Announcements

A.  Next meetings:

1.  Tuesday, September 3, Conference Room 229

2.  Monday, October 7, Conference Room 229

3.  Monday, November 4, Conference Room 229

4.  Monday, December 2, Conference Room 229

V.  Adjournment