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Pearl City student joins Board of Education

By Associated Press


A Pearl City High School senior has been sworn-in as the student representative on Hawaii’s Board of Education.

Danicia Honda was sworn-in during a ceremony at Tuesday’s board meeting.

The Hawaii State Student Council selects a non-voting student member on the governor-appointed board. 

Honda was secretary of the council last year. She’s a member of the marching band, math team and Leo Club. She also has a black belt in karate, as well as varsity and junior varsity letters in track and field. 

During the one-year term, she’ll participate in general board and committee meetings held on the first and third Tuesday of each month.

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Publicbraddah wrote:
Maybe now we'll get something done. Good luck, Danicia!
on July 18,2012 | 06:15AM
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