Advertisements

Category Archive: Education

Learning How to Risotto at HawCC

by

As an employee of Hawaii Community College, we are encouraged to sign up for professional development.  Sometimes the PD opportunities are serious and sometimes they are less serious.  I count the cooking workshops… Continue reading

Only Easy: Misty’s Kalo Bread Pudding

by

by Misty I. The school that I work for is an innovator in education. For the next four years, I will have the privilege of being what they are calling a “Middle School… Continue reading

Peru on my Mind in Hilo

by

One of my friends recently got an email encouraging her to sign up for a tour to Peru. A few of us have been seriously considering going this summer since it is a… Continue reading

A Love Fest in Hilo

by

by guest blogger, Franny Brewer A Hydroflask covered with stickers is probably the ultimate Big Island accessory (I didn’t know this wasn’t a big thing everywhere until a trip to New Mexico, where… Continue reading

Summer Learning–ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi

by

Hilo is rich with languages. If you visit the Hilo Farmer’s Market, you will hear many languages from both vendors and customers–such wonderful music for our ears. Did you know that Hawaii’s two… Continue reading

Middle School Graduation

by

Graduation.  According to Merriam-Webster, the definition of graduation is the award or acceptance of an academic degree or diploma. Here is the link to the Hilo Intermediate School graduation. In Hilo, the schools… Continue reading

Only in Hilo: UHH’s “It’s Great to be a Teacher in Hawaii” Event

by

by Misty I. Recently a Teacher Appreciation Event was held at ʻImiloa Astronomy Center for alumni of the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo. I attended this fun event filled with good food and… Continue reading

Summer Opportunities for Kids in Hilo

by

Hawaii Community College is offering some summer programs for students from Kindergarten through graduating 12th graders with scholarships available to assist with covering the cost of the summer program(s). There are amazing opportunities available… Continue reading

College Bound – Mastering the “SAT”

by

College Prep Genius  2 Day seminar plus eCourse and eText Hilo, Hawaii June 30 – July 1, 2017 https://store.collegeprepgenius.com/shop/hilo-hi-area-location-tba/ The average college debt is $100K per student. Yet, FREE COLLEGE is available based… Continue reading

Hilo’s Cinderella Story

by

Hilo’s Cinderella Story Monday Musings by Melinda M. Back in August, Greg LaLiberte, a Hilo dad and firefighter, and his wife Liz, mom and Hilo High teacher, decided they would get a few… Continue reading