Young authors at Hawai‘i Technology Academy, Kaua‘i launch creation

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    The eighth grade students at the Kaua‘i Hawai‘i Technology Academy and their teacher Florence Scott and HTA Kauai director Traci Sullivan are ready, Friday with copies of the “We Are America, Too” book they authored at their campus located at 4370 Kukui Grove Street,

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    Traci Sullivan, director of the Hawai‘i Technology Academy Kaua‘i gets a photo of the eighth grade authors at their signing table, Friday during the launch of “We Are America, Too” at the HTA campus at 4370 Kukui Grove Street.

  • Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island

    Tressa Pankovits of the Progressive Policy Institute Re-Inventing America’s Schools Project in Washington, D.C. gets a photo of Hawai‘i Technology Academy Kaua‘i director Traci Sullivan having her copy of “We Are America, Too” signed by the school’s eighth grade class.

LIHU‘E — Students in the Hawai‘i Technology Academy, Kaua‘i got a taste of being an author, Friday as they clung to the scant pockets of shade while enjoying ice cream ahead of their taking the long table set up for the book signing at the HTA campus located on 4370 Kukui Grove Street.

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