HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Three of Hawaii's top public schools got blue ribbons today and checks to go with them.
Frito Lay of Hawaii and the Department of Education awarded the blue ribbons for outstanding academic achievement.
Momilani, Royal and Ewa Beach Elementary Schools received checks for three thousand dollars each.
They were chosen from a list of thirteen schools.
The winners will represent hawaii in the 2010 National No Child Left Behind Blue Ribbon Program.
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