Every Day Matters US Army Hawaii's video, "Every Day Counts," by Senior Commander, Maj. Gen. Charles Flynn and Senior Enlisted Advisor, Command Sgt. Major Scott Brzak. They talk about preserving our greatest resource and future - our children. You may also view the video from this site: https://vimeo.com/123246808
Military Installations Schofield Barracks-Fort Shafter There are no DoD Schools in Hawaii. With certain exceptions, all children between the ages of 6 and 18 must attend either a public or private school. Kindergarten, for which a child must be five years of age by on or before July 31 of the school year, is optional. The birth date cut-off for Kindergarten is July 31 of the year in which school begins. Besides public schools, parents have the option of private schools, charter schools, and homeschool. The Army School Liaison Services provides access to a wide range of resources to facilitate Army youth education transitions.
Common Core State Standards States across the country collaborated with teachers, researchers, and leading experts to design and develop the Common Core State Standards.