State DOE announces modifications to school schedule for areas affected by flood

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HONOLULU (KHON2) — As communities across the state deal with the aftermath of heavy rainfall and flash flooding, the Hawaii Department of Education has announced continued modifications to school schedules in affected areas.

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The following schools have modified schedules on Thursday, March 11, due to weather-related emergencies:

Oahu

  • Ka’a’awa Elementary is closed due to flooding on area roads. There will be no distance learning schedule due to power outages in the area.
  • Waiāhole Elementary will be on full distance learning due to flooding conditions on Kamehameha Highway.
  • Hale‘iwa Elementary will return to normal blended learning schedules.
  • Hau’ula Elementary will return to normal blended learning schedules.

Kauai

  • Hanalei School will remain closed due to flooding on the Hanalei River Bridge and landslide damage on Kuhio Highway. There will be no distance learning schedule at this location.

Maui

  • Haʻikū Elementary will return to normal blended learning schedules.

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