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Kilauea Preschool

A new public preschool classroom at Kilauea School is one of 10 others across the state set to open next month, as part of a more than $200 million plan to expand preschool and child care options in Hawai‘i.

Lieutenant Governor Sylvia Luke is leading the initiative, known as Ready Keiki, which aims to build 450 new preschool classrooms —consisting of 20 students each — by 2032.

The 10 other public preschool classrooms also slated to open in August are Waimea Elementary School on Hawai‘i Island, as well as Hana High &Elementary School and Wailuku Elementary School on Maui. O‘ahu will see the highest number of new preschool classrooms with Fern Elementary School, Honowai Elementary School, Ka‘ewai Elementary School, Lincoln Elementary School, Pope Elementary School, Sunset Beach Elementary School and Wahiawa Elementary School all expected to open.

According to Luke, the state Legislature is expecting all 450 new classrooms to be completed by 2032.

For the full story go to  https://www.thegardenisland.com/2023/07/18/hawaii-news/new-kilauea-preschool-opens-in-august/

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