Paraprofessional (PPT) Job Duties
*Other positions may be available, depending on student enrollment
Please send resumes and cover letters to Principal Laura Ahn or Kristi Kimura (Student Services Coordinator). Email is preferred.
Ms. Laura Ahn
Kalihi Uka School
2411 Kalihi St.
Honolulu, HI 96819
Please join the ACES team for a casual open house with Leonard's malasadas and a live raffle with prizes you won't want to miss!
When: March 17, 12-2pm (raffle at 1pm)
Where: ACES, 94-849 Lumiaina St., 201, Waipahu, HI 96797 *Next to K-Mart in Waikele.
Contact: Landon Tran, email@example.com, (619) 840-7143
Now Hiring: Part-Time Behavioral Interventionists (provide one-to-one behavioral-based instruction to young children within the Autism spectrum).
If you want to make a difference in a child's life and meet the following requirements, please bring your resume and three references:
Learn how to graduate on time using STAR Graduation Pathway. Preview the NEW registration system coming soon!
Learn about how you can graduate on time and create your own Academic Plan in STAR Graduation Pathway! In the future, you will also be registering through STAR, so get ahead of the game and learn about STAR Graduation Pathway now! By attending, you will be entered in a drawing for a chance to win Leeward CC Bookstore gift card!
Register today and receive an additional entry in the prize drawing!
Aloha e Nā Haumāna ʻŌiwi,
If you are a Native Hawaiian student in good standing, and are age 14 - 22 years old, please read more to find out how you can be a Champion of Change, and make your mark as an indigenous scholar!
On Wednesday President Obama announced that the administration is launching an initiative to increase opportunities for Native Youth, called Generation Indigenous (Gen I). This new initiative will serve as a sustainable platform to reach out, engage, and provide educational and economic opportunities for Native youth. The network will focus on support for attainment of higher education, entrepreneurship training, mentoring, and creating a platform to integrate Native youth voices into the national dialogue.
The Center for Native American Youth (CNAY) at the Aspen Institute and the White House also announced in a press release today that they are launching the National Native Youth Network (NNYN), part of the President's Gen I initiative.
Annually, CNAY selects inspirational Native youth (ages 14 to 22) to be recognized in their Champions for Change (CFC) program, inspired by a 2011 White House initiative. CNAY and its Board of Advisors honor the Champions for Change in some of the following ways:
Since itʻs first class in 2011, there has not been a Native Hawaiian Champion for Change selected and that is something that should change for the year ahead.
The deadline for students to apply is January 12, 2015.
Below is the link to CNAYʻs website with information on “Champions for Change” and how to nominate or apply. The White House Press Release on Gen I is also included for your reference.
Claim your right as Indigenous People of this ʻāina, and be recognized!