Authors of the 21st Century Community Learning Centers grant meet with Kahuku High and Intermediate School officials.

The Kahuku Complex 21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) grant proposal was approved and will be funded up to $1.4 million for 2015-2020.

The principals at Kahuku High-Intermediate, Kahuku Elementary, Hauʻula Elementary and Kaʻaʻawa Elementary are excited about having the resources to support student learning during non-school hours. Mahalo to KEAC for partnering with the Castle Complex grant writers and being the “Advisory Council” for this grant. Mahalo to Anne Workman (KEAC Chairperson) for her valuable input which helped to make the RFP a viable grant proposal.

Update:  Our Kahuku Complex 21st Century Grant has grown…
Join us as we flourish and thrive during our Year 3 in 2017-18 at: Hauula Elementary Kaaawa Elementary Kahuku Elementary Kahuku High and Intermediate

Visit our KEAC Advisory Council website:

The Kahuku Grant Proposal was awarded $1.4 Million in February 2016
• Year 1: April 2016, programs sprouted at Kahuku High and Intermediate and Kaaawa Elementary. In June Hauula’s Summer Session cultivated and serviced 47 students with a focus on Reading and Math.
• Year 2: October 2016, all 4 sites (Hauula, Kaaawa, Kahuku El, and Kahuku High and Intermediate) cultivated and implemented academic and enriching programs.
There were a total of 43 programs by April 2017.
• Year 3: We begin with Summer Sessions at all 4 sites and a transitional program for 7th graders entering Kahuku High & Inter.

Link to grant proposal.

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