2019 Keiki Rainbow Run -- Registration Now Open

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Honolulu District Science & Engineering Fair (Feb 2019) - Judges Needed


The Honolulu District Science and Engineering Fair will be held on Saturday, February 16, 2019 at Farrington High School. We anticipate approximately 300 student projects from grades 6-12 this year. We are seeking approximately 125 judges across 22 categories to identify approximately 50 projects that will proceed to the state and international fairs.

Your support and partnership with the Honolulu District Science and Engineering Fair is what makes it possible for our children to explore and discover new understandings in the science and engineering field. On behalf of the teachers, parents, and most importantly our students, thank you for considering this opportunity.

Attached in this link is the recruitment letter and an updated category list for your consideration. If you are interested in assisting us this year, please register as a judge at

If you have colleagues and friends who might be interested in serving as a judge, please feel free to share this information with them.

Please contact us if you have any questions. (

Category List - Link:

Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA)

Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA). AHERA requires that each school make available to parents and employees an asbestos management plan for their review if requested; the school is also required to provide parents and employees among others with an annual notification informing them, in part, of the availability of the asbestos management plan. The asbestos management plan for school buildings with asbestos-containing materials indicates location of the asbestos-containing materials. Schools with asbestos-containing materials are required to conduct twice yearly periodic surveillance to determine any change in the asbestos-containing materials.

The results of the recently completed surveillance conducted on December 15, 2017 indicate that there have been no changes in the condition of current asbestos-containing materials on campus.

Wellness & Safety

Haha`ione’s Safety and Wellness Survey (SAWS) results for school year 2016 - 2017 are now available. The report contains Haha`ione Elementary’s result for each wellness guideline, and the overall score for your school as compared with the average wellness score for Hawaii’s public schools.

The SAWS is administered annually to monitor implementation of the State of Hawaii Department of Education Wellness Guidelines, as required by the Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act of 2010 and BOE Policy 103-1. More information can be found at the following link: