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State classroom-cooling program heats up over summer

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    Duane Kashiwai, DOE public works administrator, shows a structure that will be used to shade the courtyard at Building O at Campbell High School in Ewa Beach.

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    Air-conditioning units installed at Campbell’s Building O.

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    Dann Carlson, assistant superintendent for school facilities, tried newly installed water fountains in the cafeteria during a tour of Campbell High School’s new cooling upgrades Friday.

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    Duane Kashiwai, DOE public works administrator, spoke about newly installed ceiling fans inside one of the newly air-conditioned rooms of Building O at Campbell High.

School contractors are expected to be busy over the next two months as the Department of Education ramps up its efforts to hit — and exceed — the governor’s target of cooling 1,000 classrooms by the end of summer. Read more

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