Maui Business

Duke’s Presents Awards to Princess Educators

May 20, 2016, 10:57 AM HST
* Updated May 20, 10:59 AM
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(From left) Princess Nahi‘ena‘ena Elementary School Vice Principal Keola Rogat, and resident Gardenter Trisha Calhoun and Technology Coordinator Graham Seiki, and Josh Fukagawa, Duke’s Beach House manager. Courtesy photo.

(From left) Princess Nahi‘ena‘ena Elementary School Vice Principal Keola Rogat, and resident Gardenter Trisha Calhoun and Technology Coordinator Graham Seiki, and Josh Fukagawa, Duke’s Beach House manager. Courtesy photo.

Duke’s Beach House recently recognized Trisha Calhoun, Graham Seiki and Keola Rogat of Princess Nahi‘ena‘ena Elementary School as “Educator of the Month” for March, April and May.

Duke’s presented each teacher with an engraved koa box and a $100 gift certificate to Duke’s Beach House.

Calhoun, a volunteer from the farming industry, was awarded the March “Educator of the Month Award.” She is the school’s resident gardener and was praised for sharing her enthusiasm for agriculture with the students. She also teaches K–2 graders about the benefits of healthy eating.

April Educator Award winner Seiki is the technology coordinator at Princess Nahi`ena`ena at the school. He was nominated by his peers for going above and beyond for all of the students, including Hawaiian immersion.

Rogat, the school’s vice principal, was awarded the May “Educator of the month Award.” Rogat was celebrated for his dedication to the staff and students at Princess Nahi`ena`ena Elementary School.

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“We are so proud to be able to acknowledge the great work that the staff at Princess are providing for the children in West Maui,” said Josh Fukagawa, Duke’s Beach House manager. “Through the Duke’s Beach House Legacy of Aloha program, we are able to support organizations and people accomplishing great things for the community.”

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