Kekaha reads

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Mark Perriello, president of the Kauai Chamber of Commerce, left, and James Dire, Kauai Community College vice chancellor, prepare mahalo bags for distribution to Kekaha School teachers Friday during the Kekaha Early Literacy Project breakfast at Kekaha School.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Marion Paul of Keiki to Career talks about the Treasure Chest incentives as Laverne Bishop, a Buddy Reader, and co-chair Tad Miura listen Friday during the the Kekaha Early Literacy Project breakfast at Kekaha School.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Kekaha School teachers Tiara Fujii and Laurelle Rosare react while picking up their mahalo bags and Treasure Chests Friday at the Kekaha Early Literacy Project breakfast presented by Keiki to Career at the school’s cafeteria.

KEKAHA — Teachers, more specifically elementary level educators, are an important part of teaching keiki to become good citizens.

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