Duke’s Beach House Presents Educator Award at Princess Nahiʻenaʻena School

January 29, 2016, 7:55 AM HST · Updated January 29, 7:55 AM
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Pictured from left to right: Keola Rogan, Vice Principal Princess Nahi’ena’ena Elementary School; Kalele Kekauoha-Schultz, Princess Nahi’ena’ena Elementary School; John Brans, Duke’s Beach House Safety Manager. Courtesy photo.

Pictured from left to right: Keola Rogan, Vice Principal Princess Nahi’ena’ena Elementary School; Kalele Kekauoha-Schultz, Princess Nahi’ena’ena Elementary School; John Brans, Duke’s Beach House Safety Manager. Courtesy photo.

Duke’s Beach House recently recognized Kalele Kekauoha-Schultz of Princess Nahi’ena’ena Elementary School as Educator of the Month for November.

Kalele Kekauoha-Schultz, a counselor, was acknowledged for aiding a fellow teacher who was experiencing a medical emergency. Ms. Kekauoha-Schultz was nominated for her kindness and dedication to her fellow staff members.

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“We are so happy to be able to recognize the outstanding staff at Princess Nahi’ena’ena, like Kalele Kekauoha-Schultz,” said John Brans, Duke’s Beach House Safety Manager in an award announcement. “The Duke’s Beach House Educator Program allows us to recognize the important work that Princess Nahi’ena’ena Elementary School is providing for our keiki.”

Kalele Kekauoha-Schultz was presented with an engraved Koa box and a $100 gift certificate to Duke’s Beach House as recipient of the award.

Overlooking Kāʻanapali North Beach on Maui, Duke’s Beach House offers guests a glimpse into the life of the open-air restaurant’s namesake, Duke Kahanamoku. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, menu offerings feature Hawaiʻi-influenced cuisine.

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