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Salt Lake Elementary leader named state's top principal

By Associated Press

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LAST UPDATED: 07:14 a.m. HST, May 01, 2014



The state's top principal has led Salt Lake Elementary since 2002.

The Hawaii Elementary and Middle School Administrators Association named Duwayne Abe as the state's top principal for 2014.

The state Department of Education says Abe was appointed vice principal of the school in 1988 and became principal in 2002.

Abe will travel to Washington, D.C. in October for an event honoring distinguished principals nationwide.

Other nominees included Rochelle Mahoe of Noelani Elementary, Stacie Kunihisa of Kanoelani Elementary, Pua McElhaney of Enchanted Lake Elementary, Joe Yamamoto of Maunaloa Elementary and Sherry Gonsalves of Kilauea Elementary.







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inverse wrote:
What place did the Kipapa elementary school principal come in? Lots of media attention on supposedly great DOE principals and teachers, however what about the accountability for those that should clearly be fired or forced to retire?
on May 1,2014 | 07:39AM
Newsizs wrote:
Congrats, Duwayne!
on May 1,2014 | 10:39AM
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