HONOLULU (KHON2) — Hawaii’s public school students began a new school year, Monday. This, after a continued surge in COVID-19 cases, including some on campuses.
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State Dept. of Education Superintendent Christina Kishimoto talked about the importance of beginning today and addressed concerns from teachers and parents.
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