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Burned Out

In September 2014, the threat of the lava flow forced the Montessori Country School to close after 31 years, leaving 49 children from preschool to kindergarten without a school. 269 more words


Construction resumes on Pahoa District Park

Construction on the $22.3 million Pahoa District Park has resumed after it was paused last year due to the advancing lava flow that was threatening Pahoa. 133 more words


Puna students relocated during lava threat to return to original schools

Students in lower Puna who were reassigned last October due to the threat of the Kilauea lava flow will return to their original schools for the upcoming school year, the Department of Education announced Monday. 247 more words


Video: Activity within 4 miles of Puʻu ʻŌʻō

Paradise Helicopters and Mick Kalber of Tropical Visions overflight on Thursday, April 9, 2015

Good news for Pahoa! Lava still flows up to five miles east-northeast of the Pu’u ‘O’o vent, however, … 222 more words

Kilauea Volcano Update

Keonepoko Elementary to reopen next school year after lava threat

The Hawaii State Department of Education will begin the planning process to reopen Keonepoko Elementary School in Hawaiian Beaches now that lava is no longer an immediate threat to the area. 303 more words


4-05-15 Singing Aloha To Me

I’ve got,

sandals on the mind,

sand on the mind,

seagulls, sand,

and boys wearing sandals,

on my mind,

boys in the sand,

seagulls in the sand, 118 more words

Latest USGS Eruption Photos

The following images were released by the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (USGS) (Dated April 3, 2015). Note: the photos were not taken in areas currently accessible to the public. 487 more words