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HSTA members, help us recognize an outstanding community member who goes above and beyond to support Hawaii’s youth! ⭐️ Submit a nomination for HSTA’s 2022 Friend of Youth Award by Jan. 31 at www.hsta.org/hcrawards.
Mahalo to HSTA's state leaders for pointing out that as of Tuesday, more than 40 of Hawaii public schools had not posted their COVID-19 case counts to the HIDOE’s public dashboard since before winter break, some of them not doing so for months, even though they are required by state law to do so weekly. Since the story broke yesterday, more schools have begun disclosing their cases.
It’s been a hard year and HSTA wants you to know you deserve more. If you want to travel for less, go see a movie with your family, read a magazine or get your financial life in order, NEA Member Benefits can help you do that. You have access to over 70 member-only programs that may help you and your family stretch your dollars and secure your future. Plan your next vacation, take care of your mental health, save for retirement, or just save on your everyday purchases. Attend our webinar to learn more.

When: Thursday, Jan. 20, at 3:30 p.m.

Register here: https://bit.ly/3qaYYVk
Mark your calendars for 2022 HSTA Teacher Institute Day, which takes place on Monday, Feb. 7, for all Oahu educators and Friday, Feb. 11, for all neighbor island educators. This year’s Institute will be virtual and includes a general session, workshops, and marketplace where you can take advantage of member-exclusive discounts. Teacher Institute is a contractual workday for all Bargaining Unit 05 members.
A health emergency should not be an excuse for poor management, ineffective leadership, and a lack of good-faith collaboration. HSTA believes ongoing negotiations are vital to maintain strong, consistent educational services for our keiki in light of ever-changing conditions.
The Hawaii Department of Health (DOH) released Tuesday updated guidance for K–12 schools that reflects new recommendations from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Shortly after, the Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE) released updated Return to School/Work Criteria for students and staff.

Unfortunately, with omicron cases soaring, the HIDOE still appears woefully unprepared to manage staffing and COVID-19 response with entire classes moved to cafeterias, gyms, or auditoriums given teacher absences and substitute shortage. Sometimes the classes of six to eight teachers are all being moved into those large facilities, meaning 100 to 200 or more students are being supervised by just or two adults with little adherence to social distancing guidelines.

HSTA President Osa Tui Jr. said, “Interim Superintendent Hayashi and the HIDOE continue to be out of touch with the reality in our schools where social distancing is not happening and students are on their phones and not engaging in sustained silent reading while not getting the education they’re supposed to be going to school for.”
With COVID-19 cases in our community continuing to rise due to the omicron variant and increasing notifications being sent to staff and families, questions about sick leave and quarantine leave continue to come up from Bargaining Unit 05 (BU05) members. Read the updates by following the link.
Reminder! 📢 Tomorrow is the last day to turn in proposals for HSTA convention, which will take place April 2, 2022.

We’re looking for proposals to guide the direction of our association. Write a proposed amendment, resolution, and/or new business item to be discussed and voted on at our annual convention. Follow the link to download proposal forms or ask your faculty representative. Note: This information is available on HSTA's members-only section of our website. You must be an active HSTA member and logged in with your registered account to view this.
HSTA recently learned that the HIDOE updated its return to school/work criteria in line with recent changes to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Hawaii Department of Health guidance for isolation and quarantining for those who test positive for COVID-19 or for those who are identified as a close contact to someone who has tested positive.

The two major areas that have changed include definitions for being boosted or fully vaccinated recently, for purposes of quarantine requirements, and a reduction in the number of days someone would need to quarantine from 10 to five.
Our current climate is brimming with unique challenges including the COVID-19 pandemic, the teacher shortage crisis, and salary compression, among other things. The upcoming legislative session that will convene on Jan. 19 is especially critical for education stakeholders to work on improving the quality of education for Hawaii’s keiki.

HSTA members are encouraged to attend their chapter’s legislative reception to share HSTA's legislative priorities with their area lawmakers. Visit the link to RSVP for your chapter’s legislative reception.
The Hawaii Teacher Standards Board (HTSB) has begun contacting teachers whose licenses expire this year and notifying them that they have until June 30 to complete the renewal process.

Teachers whose licenses expire this year have between Jan. 1 and June 30 of this year to renew their licenses. Educators do not have to pay to renew their licenses, thanks to funding provided by the Hawaii State Legislature.
We want to make sure the HSTA and NEA are able to contact you so you don’t miss out on important updates! The NEA edCommunities online platform allows you to update your contact information at your convenience through a secure member database that tracks data across NEA-affiliated school district employment.

The Hawaii State Teachers Association (HSTA) is an organization of 13,500 educators in pursuit of quality public education in the state of Hawaii.

The HSTA represents over 13,500 teachers in the state of Hawaii. Contact us:
email: [email protected]

Oahu Office (808) 833-2711

Toll Free to Oahu when calling from:
Big Island: 329-5075
Kauai: 240-2048
Maui: 270-2048
Molokai: 660-2048
Lanai: 568-2048

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Timeline Photos 01/14/2022

HSTA members, help us recognize an outstanding community member who goes above and beyond to support Hawaii’s youth! ⭐️ Submit a nomination for HSTA’s 2022 Friend of Youth Award by Jan. 31 at www.hsta.org/hcrawards.

HSTA members, help us recognize an outstanding community member who goes above and beyond to support Hawaii’s youth! ⭐️ Submit a nomination for HSTA’s 2022 Friend of Youth Award by Jan. 31 at www.hsta.org/hcrawards.

Some Hawaii public schools have not shared COVID-19 case counts for months 01/14/2022

Some Hawaii public schools have not shared COVID-19 case counts for months

Mahalo to HSTA's state leaders for pointing out that as of Tuesday, more than 40 of Hawaii public schools had not posted their COVID-19 case counts to the HIDOE’s public dashboard since before winter break, some of them not doing so for months, even though they are required by state law to do so weekly. Since the story broke yesterday, more schools have begun disclosing their cases.

Some Hawaii public schools have not shared COVID-19 case counts for months Forty-two Hawaii public schools as of Tuesday had not posted their COVID-19 case counts to the state Department of Education’s public dashboard since before winter break, even though they are required by state law to do so weekly.

Timeline Photos 01/13/2022

It’s been a hard year and HSTA wants you to know you deserve more. If you want to travel for less, go see a movie with your family, read a magazine or get your financial life in order, NEA Member Benefits can help you do that. You have access to over 70 member-only programs that may help you and your family stretch your dollars and secure your future. Plan your next vacation, take care of your mental health, save for retirement, or just save on your everyday purchases. Attend our webinar to learn more.

When: Thursday, Jan. 20, at 3:30 p.m.

Register here: https://bit.ly/3qaYYVk

It’s been a hard year and HSTA wants you to know you deserve more. If you want to travel for less, go see a movie with your family, read a magazine or get your financial life in order, NEA Member Benefits can help you do that. You have access to over 70 member-only programs that may help you and your family stretch your dollars and secure your future. Plan your next vacation, take care of your mental health, save for retirement, or just save on your everyday purchases. Attend our webinar to learn more.

When: Thursday, Jan. 20, at 3:30 p.m.

Register here: https://bit.ly/3qaYYVk

Institute Week 01/13/2022

Institute Week

Mark your calendars for 2022 HSTA Teacher Institute Day, which takes place on Monday, Feb. 7, for all Oahu educators and Friday, Feb. 11, for all neighbor island educators. This year’s Institute will be virtual and includes a general session, workshops, and marketplace where you can take advantage of member-exclusive discounts. Teacher Institute is a contractual workday for all Bargaining Unit 05 members.

Institute Week Teacher Institute Day Following record 2021 attendance and overwhelming feedback, the Hawaii State Teachers Association’s 2022 Teacher Institute Day will once again be virtual. Central Honolulu Leeward Windward Hamakua Hilo Kauai Kohala

HSTA demands bargaining as omicron surge triggers school closures, teacher reassignments 01/13/2022

HSTA demands bargaining as omicron surge triggers school closures, teacher reassignments

A health emergency should not be an excuse for poor management, ineffective leadership, and a lack of good-faith collaboration. HSTA believes ongoing negotiations are vital to maintain strong, consistent educational services for our keiki in light of ever-changing conditions.

HSTA demands bargaining as omicron surge triggers school closures, teacher reassignments HIDOE’s refusal to negotiate resulted in mass confusion, contract violations Posted: January 12, 2022 This week, the Hawaii State Teachers Association (HSTA) submitted a new demand for impact bargaining to interim Schools Superintendent Keith Hayashi and Hawaii Board of Education Chair Catherine P...

Schools scrambling without direction from HIDOE as omicron cases surge 01/12/2022

Schools scrambling without direction from HIDOE as omicron cases surge

The Hawaii Department of Health (DOH) released Tuesday updated guidance for K–12 schools that reflects new recommendations from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Shortly after, the Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE) released updated Return to School/Work Criteria for students and staff.

Unfortunately, with omicron cases soaring, the HIDOE still appears woefully unprepared to manage staffing and COVID-19 response with entire classes moved to cafeterias, gyms, or auditoriums given teacher absences and substitute shortage. Sometimes the classes of six to eight teachers are all being moved into those large facilities, meaning 100 to 200 or more students are being supervised by just or two adults with little adherence to social distancing guidelines.

HSTA President Osa Tui Jr. said, “Interim Superintendent Hayashi and the HIDOE continue to be out of touch with the reality in our schools where social distancing is not happening and students are on their phones and not engaging in sustained silent reading while not getting the education they’re supposed to be going to school for.”

Schools scrambling without direction from HIDOE as omicron cases surge New guidance reduces confusion, but inconsistent protocols remain Posted: January 11, 2022 The Hawaii Department of Health (DOH) released Tuesday

Quarantine, sick leave benefits explained 01/12/2022

Quarantine, sick leave benefits explained

With COVID-19 cases in our community continuing to rise due to the omicron variant and increasing notifications being sent to staff and families, questions about sick leave and quarantine leave continue to come up from Bargaining Unit 05 (BU05) members. Read the updates by following the link.

Quarantine, sick leave benefits explained When can educators use quarantine vs. sick leave? Updated: January 5, 2022 With COVID-19 cases in our community continuing to rise due to the omicron variant and increasing notifications being sent to

Log In ‹ Hawaii State Teachers Association -- WordPress 01/11/2022

Log In ‹ Hawaii State Teachers Association -- WordPress

Reminder! 📢 Tomorrow is the last day to turn in proposals for HSTA convention, which will take place April 2, 2022.

We’re looking for proposals to guide the direction of our association. Write a proposed amendment, resolution, and/or new business item to be discussed and voted on at our annual convention. Follow the link to download proposal forms or ask your faculty representative. Note: This information is available on HSTA's members-only section of our website. You must be an active HSTA member and logged in with your registered account to view this.

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HIDOE updates return to school/work criteria to reflect quarantine changes 01/11/2022

HIDOE updates return to school/work criteria to reflect quarantine changes

HSTA recently learned that the HIDOE updated its return to school/work criteria in line with recent changes to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Hawaii Department of Health guidance for isolation and quarantining for those who test positive for COVID-19 or for those who are identified as a close contact to someone who has tested positive.

The two major areas that have changed include definitions for being boosted or fully vaccinated recently, for purposes of quarantine requirements, and a reduction in the number of days someone would need to quarantine from 10 to five.

HIDOE updates return to school/work criteria to reflect quarantine changes Definition of boosted or fully vaccinated recently also changed for quarantine requirements Posted: January 7, 2022 The Hawaii State Teachers Association (HSTA) recently learned that the Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE)

HSTA’s Government Relations Committee spotlights priorities for the 2022 Legislature 01/10/2022

HSTA’s Government Relations Committee spotlights priorities for the 2022 Legislature

Our current climate is brimming with unique challenges including the COVID-19 pandemic, the teacher shortage crisis, and salary compression, among other things. The upcoming legislative session that will convene on Jan. 19 is especially critical for education stakeholders to work on improving the quality of education for Hawaii’s keiki.

HSTA members are encouraged to attend their chapter’s legislative reception to share HSTA's legislative priorities with their area lawmakers. Visit the link to RSVP for your chapter’s legislative reception.

HSTA’s Government Relations Committee spotlights priorities for the 2022 Legislature Members can attend their chapter’s legislative reception to emphasize key educational issues Posted: January 7, 2022 Our current climate is brimming with unique challenges including the

Teachers whose licenses expire this year must renew by June 30 01/08/2022

Teachers whose licenses expire this year must renew by June 30

The Hawaii Teacher Standards Board (HTSB) has begun contacting teachers whose licenses expire this year and notifying them that they have until June 30 to complete the renewal process.

Teachers whose licenses expire this year have between Jan. 1 and June 30 of this year to renew their licenses. Educators do not have to pay to renew their licenses, thanks to funding provided by the Hawaii State Legislature.

Teachers whose licenses expire this year must renew by June 30 There are no license or application fees Posted: January 5, 2022 The Hawaii Teacher Standards Board (HTSB) has begun contacting teachers whose licenses expire this year and notifying them that they have until June 30 to complete the renewal process. HTSB is the state agency authorized to license tea...

Update your contact information with HSTA online 01/08/2022

Update your contact information with HSTA online

We want to make sure the HSTA and NEA are able to contact you so you don’t miss out on important updates! The NEA edCommunities online platform allows you to update your contact information at your convenience through a secure member database that tracks data across NEA-affiliated school district employment.

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HSTA to hold virtual welcome for new hires 01/06/2022

HSTA to hold virtual welcome for new hires

HSTA is holding a virtual welcome for all new members on Wednesday, Jan. 26, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. on Zoom. At the welcome event, you’ll get an overview of your HSTA contract, plus information, tools, and resources that will be important and useful to you as a new hire. Learn about professional development, highlights of the Educator Effectiveness System (EES), health coverage and insurance plan enrollment, and more.

HSTA to hold virtual welcome for new hires Learn about your contract, professional development, health coverage, and more Updated: September 7, 2021 The Hawaii State Teachers Association regularly provides a statewide opportunity for new and potential members to get important information and ask questions. Get an overview of your HSTA contra...

Nominate a Hawaii teacher for the prestigious 2022 S.T.A.C.Y. Award 01/06/2022

Nominate a Hawaii teacher for the prestigious 2022 S.T.A.C.Y. Award

⭐️ Nominations are open for one of the HSTA's highest honors: the 2022 S.T.A.C.Y. Award for Teaching Excellence. Each year, a winner is chosen based on his or her ability to demonstrate leadership, dedication and passion in five categories: scholarship, teaching, advocacy, community, and youth. The winner becomes HSTA’s nominee for the NEA Foundation’s Horace Mann Award for Teaching Excellence and NEA Member Benefits Award. ⭐️

Nominate a Hawaii teacher for the prestigious 2022 S.T.A.C.Y. Award HSTA seeks to recognize a member passionate about scholarship, teaching, advocacy, community, and youth Updated: December 7, 2021 Nominations are being accepted for one of the Hawaii State Teachers Association’s highest honors: the 2022 S.T.A.C.Y. Award for Teaching Excellence. The S.T.A.C.Y. Awar...

Timeline Photos 01/06/2022

Calling all new Hawaii educators!📢 SHiNE (Supporting Hawaii's New Educators) has a group on Facebook where teachers in Hawaii with up to five years' experience in the Hawaii Department of Education can go for help, support, or questions about teaching in Hawaii. Connect with your colleagues, ask questions in a safe space, and find your community. All HSTA members who are new to teaching in Hawaii are encouraged to join.

Calling all new Hawaii educators!📢 SHiNE (Supporting Hawaii's New Educators) has a group on Facebook where teachers in Hawaii with up to five years' experience in the Hawaii Department of Education can go for help, support, or questions about teaching in Hawaii. Connect with your colleagues, ask questions in a safe space, and find your community. All HSTA members who are new to teaching in Hawaii are encouraged to join.

Hawaii public schools experiencing staffing shortages due to omicron variant 01/06/2022

Hawaii public schools experiencing staffing shortages due to omicron variant

With the recent surge in omicron-variant COVID-19 cases in the islands, Hawaii public schools saw 1,600 staff absences Wednesday.

Hawaii State Teachers Association President Osa Tui, Jr. said, “We are very concerned that the department appears to be caught off guard, despite months of time to prepare.”

Hawaii public schools experiencing staffing shortages due to omicron variant HIDOE ‘appears to be caught off guard, despite months of time to prepare’ Posted: January 5, 2022 With the recent surge in omicron-variant COVID-19 cases in the islands, Hawaii public schools saw 1,600 staff

Timeline Photos 01/01/2022

Hauʻoli Makahiki Hou! 🎆 We can all agree, 2021 has been a difficult year for our students, ourselves and our colleagues, and our school communities. What are you looking forward to in 2022?

Hauʻoli Makahiki Hou! 🎆 We can all agree, 2021 has been a difficult year for our students, ourselves and our colleagues, and our school communities. What are you looking forward to in 2022?

HIDOE, DOH failed to plan for school reopening in a responsible way 12/30/2021

HIDOE, DOH failed to plan for school reopening in a responsible way

While school districts across the country are taking proactive steps to mitigate the spread of the highly transmissible Omicron variant, the Hawaii State Department of Education continues to make no adjustments while cases dramatically increase during the holiday season.

In its statement Wednesday, HIDOE claimed that “leadership and school leaders have been revisiting contingency plans and preparing for potential situations that may require modifications to in-person instruction. Should any transitions need to occur, schools will notify their staff and families directly.”

The HSTA has been asking for months what the contingency plans are and the HIDOE has refused to share such plans. Our communities deserve more transparency so they can plan for adequate childcare and work/schedule modifications.

HIDOE, DOH failed to plan for school reopening in a responsible way For months, HIDOE failed to answer HSTA‘s questions about COVID-19 contingency plans Posted: December 29, 2021 While school districts across the country are taking proactive steps to mitigate the spread of the highly transmissible Omicron variant, the Hawaii State Department of Education continues...

HSTA Executive Director Wilbert Holck will retire in the spring 12/29/2021

HSTA Executive Director Wilbert Holck will retire in the spring

Mahalo, Wilbert! 🌺 HSTA’s executive director plans to retire in the spring after a distinguished career lasting 31 years at the union.

“I’ve worked with teachers and represented teachers in every single HSTA chapter statewide over my career,” Holck said. “My greatest joy has been working with all of these devoted teachers and our dedicated staff.”

HSTA has convened an Executive Director Search Committee composed of its state officers and appointed leaders tasked with finding a new executive director.

HSTA Executive Director Wilbert Holck will retire in the spring Application deadline for his replacement is Jan. 7, 2022 Posted: December 16, 2021 Hawaii State Teachers Association Executive Director Wilbert Holck plans to retire next year after a distinguished career lasting 31

HSTA calls for 2022 convention proposals by Jan. 12 12/28/2021

HSTA calls for 2022 convention proposals by Jan. 12

We’re looking for proposals to guide the direction of our association! 🧭 HSTA members are encouraged to write a proposed amendment, resolution, and/or new business item to be discussed and voted on at our next convention on April 2, 2022.

HSTA calls for 2022 convention proposals by Jan. 12 Proposals will be discussed and voted on at HSTA’s annual convention in April Posted: December 17, 2021 In preparation for the annual HSTA Convention, which will take place April 2, 2022, we’re looking for proposals to guide the direction of our association. HSTA members are encouraged to write ...

Timeline Photos 12/23/2021

Mele Kalikimaka! 🎄 As we cherish time safely spent with friends and family, our HSTA state leaders look forward with hope. Our vision for 2022 includes steps to address salary compression, TATP improvements, and more: https://bit.ly/3E0Fpmc

Mele Kalikimaka! 🎄 As we cherish time safely spent with friends and family, our HSTA state leaders look forward with hope. Our vision for 2022 includes steps to address salary compression, TATP improvements, and more: https://bit.ly/3E0Fpmc

Education secretary urges school districts to boost teachers’ pay using federal relief funds 12/18/2021

Education secretary urges school districts to boost teachers’ pay using federal relief funds

U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona Thursday urged school systems to use pandemic relief funds to boost public school teachers’ base pay beyond one-time bonuses to help recruit and retain educators.

In a letter to colleagues Thursday, Cardona said that the American Rescue Plan and schools pandemic relief package provide “vital resources to hire additional educators and school staff and to improve compensation to recruit and retain educators and school staff. School districts should act with urgency to keep schools open for in-person learning and ensure they do not waste this opportunity to make critical investments.”

HSTA President Osa Tui, Jr. said, “Teachers are often told to use best practices in the work that they do, but it is disappointing that some of the best practices being put out there by Secretary Cardona have not been applied to Hawaii’s use of ESSER funds.”

Education secretary urges school districts to boost teachers’ pay using federal relief funds Miguel Cardona says improved compensation will help recruit and retain teachers Posted: December 16, 2021 U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona Thursday urged school systems to use pandemic relief funds to boost public

HSTA: United in the pursuit of excellence for Hawaii’s public schools

The mission of the Hawaii State Teachers Association is to support and enhance the professional roles of teachers, advocate teachers’ interests, collaborate with the community to assure quality public education for Hawaii’s youth, and promote human and civil rights to support and nurture diversity in our multifaceted community.

Members receive professional and financial support that includes liability insurance, discounted professional development courses, support programs and leadership opportunities, short- and long-term income protection, and free financial consultations and portfolio reviews by approved advisers.

Contact HSTA here.

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