Kauai elementary schools back to in-person learning

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    Elaine Kakuda and her fourth grade class at the Koloa Elementary School.

  • Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island

    Elaine Kakuda’s Grade 4 class is socially distant and protected at the Koloa Elementary School, Monday.

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    Koloa Elementary School principal Leila Maeda-Kobayashi checks on the social distancing setup in the school’s cafeteria, Monday.

  • Stephanie Shinno / The Garden Island

    At lunchtime, the kindergarten class at King Kaumual‘i Elementary School is sitting six feet apart while watching a cartoon show on the big screen to help with their full in-person learning transition.

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    King Kaumualiʻi Elementary School’s principal Jason Yoshida test their new hand sanitizer device that also takes an individual’s temperature at the same time.

HANAMA‘ULU — King Kaumuali‘i Elementary School’s Principal Jason Yoshida said they had 466 students returning to face-to-face learning with approximately 100 students still selecting distance learning yesterday.

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