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4 FEBRUARY 3, 2021
 Waipahu High Begins Construction On Academy Facility
 The state Department of Education broke ground for an Integrated Academy Facility at Waipahu High School Jan. 14. Slated for a 2022 opening, the building will have three stories, each dedicated to a different career academy.
 On the first floor, students will experiment with agri- cultural tools incorporating artificial intelligence with the Academy of National Resources. The second floor, meanwhile, will have bio- technology, chemistry and computer labs, as well as design-thinking areas. The third floor will feature Ma- rauder Café, a place where culinary students will prepare and serve food from around the world. There will also be space for hospitality students
Local government officials, business and community partners, as well as Waipahu High School administration picked up shovels at Waipahu High’s recent groundbreaking ceremony. PHOTO COURTESY LEIMARIE GACHO
to organize and cater events. we had our industry partners “In designing a facility to coming together, and our integrate the academies to- community coming together
principal Keith Hayashi. never thought possible,” better place by nurturing “The teachers here in- states Gov. David Ige. “Our our students to be leaders, spire students to reach schools are the key to mak- innovators and problem
gether, the beauty was that to provide support,” states goals and challenges they ing our island and planet a solvers of tomorrow.”
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