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Back-To-School News on Agenda For Online Waimea Community Association Town Meeting

August 2, 2022, 11:00 AM HST
* Updated August 1, 10:18 AM
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The 2022-23 school year is underway and the Waimea Community Association will spotlight back-to-school news during an upcoming meeting.

All seven of Waimea’s public, private and public charter schools have been invited to attend the association’s online town meeting from 5:30-7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 4. Representatives of Waimea Elementary, Waimea Middle, Kanu o Ka ‘Aina, Waimea Country, Parker, Hawai’i Preparatory Academy and ʻAlo Kēhau o ka ʻAina Mauna, a satellite emersion school of Ke Kula o Nāwahīokalaniʻōpuʻu Iki, will provide an overview of the school year ahead, including COVID-19 safety protocols and academic and extracurricular programming.

Also on the agenda will be an update from Waimea Community Policing representatives and an overview of the rapidly approaching Aug. 13 primary election, including how, where and when to vote and how to find candidate information. The month’s spotlighted nonprofit will be Prince Dance Institute, which will share its expanded scholarship offerings for Waimea youth interested in any of its popular after-school performing arts classes.

As usual, the town meeting will be streamed live on the association’s Facebook page and can also be viewed live via YouTube by clicking here for a link. The meeting will be saved to Facebook and YouTube for on-demand viewing thereafter.

Questions are welcome. ideally in advance, by emailing to [email protected]

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For more information about the meeting or community association, email Waimea Community Association President James Hustace at [email protected] or click here.

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