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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -
(Hawaii News Now) - The Public Schools of Hawaii will be hosting their annual fundraiser banquet coming up Thursday, May 1st at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Hotel. The dinner is to honor local students who have graduated from public schools and also share their success stories.
Founded in 1986, the Public Schools of Hawaii Foundation is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to strengthening the quality of public education across our state. PSHF looks to improve student's performance in school by supporting initiatives for innovative classroom instruction and to encourage recognition in students who continue to challenge themselves in pursuit of academic achievement.
Grace spoke with PSHF Trustee Ian Kitajima to tell us more about the upcoming event and the organization.