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One in 10 Hawaii public school classrooms need better ventilation

  • CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Every public school statewide has space to spread students and teachers 3 feet apart in classrooms, according to new metrics reported by the state Department of Education. Solomon Elementary students were already back for in-person learning last semester at Schofield Barracks Army Base. All its classrooms have proper ventilation, according to state metrics.

    CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Every public school statewide has space to spread students and teachers 3 feet apart in classrooms, according to new metrics reported by the state Department of Education. Solomon Elementary students were already back for in-person learning last semester at Schofield Barracks Army Base. All its classrooms have proper ventilation, according to state metrics.

Hawaii’s public schools plan to reopen fully Aug. 3 for in-person classes with 3-foot spacing among students and teachers in classrooms, although ventilation still needs to be improved in some spots. Read more

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