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Lahaina’s Sacred Hearts School brings hope, education to temporary site

COURTESY SACRED HEARTS SCHOOL
                                The burned ruins of Sacred Hearts School are pictured in the foreground. Next door, Maria Lanakila Catholic Church is still standing.
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COURTESY SACRED HEARTS SCHOOL

The burned ruins of Sacred Hearts School are pictured in the foreground. Next door, Maria Lanakila Catholic Church is still standing.

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                                Sacred Hearts student Kora Ramey, left, and her fifth grade classmates display cards of encouragement sent by students from other schools in Hawaii and on the mainland.
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Sacred Hearts student Kora Ramey, left, and her fifth grade classmates display cards of encouragement sent by students from other schools in Hawaii and on the mainland.

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                                Sacred Hearts Principal Tonata Lolesio held up a lei of hand-drawn cards sent from other schools.
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Sacred Hearts Principal Tonata Lolesio held up a lei of hand-drawn cards sent from other schools.

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                                Religion teacher Susanna Croke made sure that Romeo Jayswal had his homework on Tuesday in their temporary classroom at Sacred Hearts Mission Church in Kapalua.
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Religion teacher Susanna Croke made sure that Romeo Jayswal had his homework on Tuesday in their temporary classroom at Sacred Hearts Mission Church in Kapalua.

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                                Mina Pace displayed a card drawn in class. She is pictured with classmates Sienna Pastrana, left, and Bailey Santiago on Tuesday.
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Mina Pace displayed a card drawn in class. She is pictured with classmates Sienna Pastrana, left, and Bailey Santiago on Tuesday.

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                                Sacred Hearts students relocated to Sacred Hearts Mission Church in Kapalua after the Aug. 8 fire destroyed much of their Lahaina campus. Abby Asuncion greeted her children, A.J., left, and Maile, at the end of the school day on Tuesday.
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Sacred Hearts students relocated to Sacred Hearts Mission Church in Kapalua after the Aug. 8 fire destroyed much of their Lahaina campus. Abby Asuncion greeted her children, A.J., left, and Maile, at the end of the school day on Tuesday.

COURTESY SACRED HEARTS SCHOOL
                                The burned ruins of Sacred Hearts School are pictured in the foreground. Next door, Maria Lanakila Catholic Church is still standing.
GEORGE F. LEE / GLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Sacred Hearts student Kora Ramey, left, and her fifth grade classmates display cards of encouragement sent by students from other schools in Hawaii and on the mainland.
GEORGE F. LEE / GLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Sacred Hearts Principal Tonata Lolesio held up a lei of hand-drawn cards sent from other schools.
GEORGE F. LEE / GLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Religion teacher Susanna Croke made sure that Romeo Jayswal had his homework on Tuesday in their temporary classroom at Sacred Hearts Mission Church in Kapalua.
GEORGE F. LEE / GLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Mina Pace displayed a card drawn in class. She is pictured with classmates Sienna Pastrana, left, and Bailey Santiago on Tuesday.
GEORGE F. LEE / GLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Sacred Hearts students relocated to Sacred Hearts Mission Church in Kapalua after the Aug. 8 fire destroyed much of their Lahaina campus. Abby Asuncion greeted her children, A.J., left, and Maile, at the end of the school day on Tuesday.