Educational Access
Mid-Year Report for 2002

August 5, 2002

Introduction

The following report is an overview of the Educational Access (EA) activities for the first six months of the calendar year 2002. This report was compiled by the Hawaii Educational Networking Consortium's (HENC) Education Program Manager as a requirement of the Educational Access agreement signed in 1998 by 'Olelo, Community Television; the Hawaii Educational Networking Consortium; and, the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs (DCCA).

This report is broken down into four major sections which are identified below:

Section 1.0 - The Channels and their Programming Page 1

Section 2.0 - The 2002 Awards Page 3

Section 3.0 - Funding and Report Summary Page 10

Section 4.0 - Appendices Page 11

 

Section 1.0 - The Channels and their Programming

Section 1.1 - The Programming

The following table summarizes the programming activities for both Educational Access programming channels known as TEC and TEACH (Oceanic Cable channels 55 and 56) on Oahu. This table reflects a composite of the hours of programming compiled from the data supplied by the University of Hawaii (UH) and the State of Hawaii Department of Education (DOE). An unaudited copy of each entity's required benchmark report can be found in Appendix 1 and 2 of this report. Programming hours for the 2002 mid-year report are:

 


Comparison For
Mid-Year
2001 & 2002

 


Total Hours of Programming

 


Hours of Locally Produced Programming

 


Hours of Repeat Programming

 

 

2002

 

2001

 

2002

 

2001

 

2002

 

2001

 

Channel 55 -- TEC
University of Hawaii

 


3,195

 


2,263.75

 


1309.5

 


1,295.75

 


1,426

 


803

 

Channel 56 -- TEACH
DOE/Teleschool

 


1,984

 


1838

 


530

 


728

 


854

 


769

 

Total for EA Channels

 

5,179

 

4,101.75

 

1,839.5

 

2,023.75

 

2,280

 

1,572

Section 1.2 - EA Channel Issues

1.2.1 - Programming Schedule

Upon request EA was asked to submit a detailed plan of their intended hours of programming for the next year. The purpose was to assist in determining the print and broadcast scheduling transitions between entities. The end result will allow for better information being made available to EA viewers.

TEC

Over the course of the next year the UH plans to regularly program the TEC channel on a 24x7 basis. With the exception of two short maintenance periods the UH does not plan to "turn back" any of their hours. The proposed schedule of UH's programming for TEC can be found in Appendix 3.

TEACH

The TEACH channel has submitting a complete listing of their intended hours of broadcast for the next year. There is little change from their previously defined hours of programming. The proposed schedule of DOE's programming for TEACH can be found in Appendix 4.

The schedules found in Appendix 3 and 4 are a firm guideline for EA cablecast for the balance of 2002 through August 24, 2003. As also stated in both schedules, Educational Access will always try to accommodate any foreseen or unforeseen demand for Public, Education & Government (PEG) access capacity upon request.

 

Section 1.2.2 - Other Channel Related Issues

Despite repeated attempts to rectify the situation, both of the Educational Access channels are still not appearing in the "Television At a Glance" section of the MidWeek publication ('Olelo Channels 52, 53 and 54 are regularly included). The EA Manager will continue to try to remedy this print schedule shortcoming. MidWeek is considered a valuable source of cablecast information for students and educators as it is distributed free of charge via the postal service to all Oahu homes.

The clarity of the replay signal was one issue previously defined in Section 1.3 (page 3) of the 2001 EA Annual Report that remains unresolved. Upon observation of the EA Channel equipment there does not visually appear to be any difference in the equipment used on the other channels. 'Olelo has been very helpful in trying to isolate the problem. Two tests previously scheduled (May 14 and June 24, 2002) to check the connection between the UH and 'Olelo but have had to be postponed. The completion of such a test requires 'Olelo engineers as well as University personnel to be available during a "down" time on a 24x7 system. To date, putting all three of these pieces together at the same time has been difficult. Isolating the problem remains an on-going matter.

As stated in earlier reports, HENC sees little value in the use of a constant "bug" on the lower left of the screen on the EA channels. This imprint is disruptive on occasion to the educational nature of the programming and has generated complaints relating to the impacts upon neighbor island access channels. The educational entities are currently making every attempt at trying to reduce the inclusion of the channel imprint during EA transmissions of neighbor island programming. The Educational Access entities will continue with this practice and ask once again that 'Olelo consider permanently removing this marking in the name of "community spirit".

In accordance with the terms of the EA Agreement, HENC is to regularly identify and confirm any recommendations relating to the programming needs of the educational institutions relating to needed channel capacity. Other than the issues discussed above, HENC has not identified any other channel related or scheduling conflicts that required resolution.

 

Section 2.0 - The 2002 Awards

During 2002, the Hawaii Educational Networking Consortium recommended three awards for the purpose of developing and delivering educational programming on the Oahu TEC and TEACH access channels. The six-month use of the award funds are described below:

 

Section 2.1.0 - Award No. 1

Department of Education, Teleschool, State of Hawaii

Section 2.1.1 - Mid-Year Award Funding Review

The term of this report is for the six month period of January 1 to June 30, 2002. The Educational Access funds awarded to the DOE/Teleschool for this review period include:

$168,138 - One-half of the DOE 2002 core programming funds award *.

$ 00,000 - Supplemental Programming funds expended from 01/01/02 to 06/30/02.

$168,138 - Total funds allocated for review in this report.

*For the entire fiscal year of 2002 the Department of Education's Teleschool was awarded a total of $336,276.00 for core programming on Oahu's TEACH Channel.

The above figure represents a reduction of $35,876 which is nearly 18% less than the six month expenditures reported in the mid-year report of 2001. An accounting of all 2002 funds, and a review of fiscal records of the DOE's Teleschool will be a part of the comprehensive 2002 Annual Report to be filed in January 2003.

 

Section 2.1.2 - Award No. 1 - Six Months in Review

The DOE is keeping abreast of their planned schedule for the current cablecast year (see Section 4.1.4, page 6 of the 2002 EA Plan). Seven of the nine elements have been completed with portions of the remaining three items still on-going.

A question arose as to the age of the programming currently running under the Annenberg banner on the TEACH channel. Some of the programming (i.e. Economics USA) has copyrights which date back to the mid-1980s. The Education Program Manager was assured that the programming that was aired during the first 6 months of 2002 was directly from the current Annenberg feed and not from previously recorded materials.

The DOE has been attempting to prioritize their scheduling and establish a rotation of their channel 56 programming. The Education Program Manager has been providing input and working to make sure that the HAIS programming becomes a more regular component of the TEACH lineup.

During the past six months the DOE has received two National Telly Awards for their television series "Voices and Wings" and "Eazy Kine". The "Voices and Wings" is a series designed to help students create a society of individuals who feel empowered to create lives of choice. It is hosted by Lyla Berg. Teleschool's "Eazy Kine" is a unique series which mixes a teaching blend of simple art projects, tips and tricks on dog handling and a beginners guide to slack key instruments.

The DOE staff has been continuing their efforts to align all programming to year-round schooling. In keeping with a DOE policy of "equity in access," this modified schedule offering has begun its targeted roll-out to accommodate year-round schools during July 2002. The impact of these changes will be noted in the 2002 Annual Report.

Current and complete information regarding Teleschool's programming is available 24 hours a day via the Internet at: http://www.teleschool.k12.hi.us/

 

Section 2.1.3 - Supplemental Programming

According to the 2001 EA Annual Report the DOE had previously expended all but a few dollars of their available Supplemental Programming (SP) funds. Due to the reduction of EA funding the DOE does not have any Supplemental Programming (SP) funds to support grants during 2002.

 

Section 2.1.4 - DOE Award Mid-Year Summary

The DOE appears to be on track to complete the majority of their planned objectives defined for 2002. While the hours of total programming do represent an 8% increase over the same period one year ago, concerns have been expressed relating to the sizeable drop in hours of locally produced programming being aired on the TEACH channel. This situation will be monitored during the balance of 2002.

Overall the total hours of DOE programming is stabilizing. This is in large part due to a near saturation of the hours that the DOE is currently responsible for programming. To have additional growth in programming hours the DOE would need to request additional time (beyond the hours described in Appendix 4). While it appears that the DOE will be able to reach their goal of 5% growth in programming hours for 2002, additional growth into the future is doubtful. In the future Teleschool will need to explore ways to redefine their goals for 2003 other than through hourly programming growth.

During the past six months Teleschool has been continuing to assist the Distance Learning instructors with reformatting and organizing their lesson plans into "units of study" as opposed to semesters. This change is to adopt a year round school schedule for Teleschool's cablecasting year. As a part of this reformatting, all units will eventually have web support materials for teachers interested in using the programming.

Teleschool is assessing their ability to impact Hawaii's implementation of the federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001. This legislation calls for the use of "scientifically based research" as the foundation for many education programs and for classroom instruction. The NCLB Act calls for concentrating resources on proven education methods. The DOE feels it is poised to greatly promote teacher quality through professional development training via the proven methods currently available through the Teleschool facilities.

Teleschool has been working toward the development a method for assisting TEC to classify and prioritize their blend of educational programming. Hopefully this will allow for a stabilizing in hours of local programming, less repetition and a better mix of fresh programming.

During the review period Teleschool continues to do a good job in fostering the partnerships that helped to produce two national award winning programs.

 

Section 2.2.0 - Award No. 2

Hawaii Association of Independent Schools (HAIS)

Section 2.2.1 - Mid-Year Award Funding Review

The term of this report is for the six month period from January 1 to June 30, 2002. The Educational Access funds awarded to the Hawaii Association of Independent Schools for this review period include: 

$31,250 - One-half of the HAIS 2002 core programming funds award. *

$ 0,000 - Supplemental Programming funds expended from 01/01/01 to 06/30/01.

$31,250 - Total funds allocated for review in this report. 

* For the fiscal year 2002 HAIS was originally awarded two equal allocations totaling $62,500.00 for core programming on independent school issues. Funds in the amount of $31,250 were allotted in February 2002 for the first 6 months of the year and an equal amount for the 2nd half of the year.

Upon review of the progress demonstrated by HAIS the Hawaii Educational Networking Consortium has approved core funding for the second six months of 2002. The Consortium has determined that HAIS has made satisfactory progress toward the agreed upon goals.

An accounting of all 2002 funds, and a review of fiscal records of the HAIS' award will be a part of the comprehensive 2002 Annual Report to be filed in January 2003.

Section 2.2.2 - Award No. 2 - Six Months in Review

During 2002 HAIS has consistently scheduled and completed new programming on a monthly basis. During this 6 month period HAIS taped/produced ten shows. This programming has been completed and delivered to both the TEC and TEACH Channels for scheduling. HAIS now has regularly scheduled time slots on both Channel 55 and 56.

Progress on HAIS benchmarks include the regular taping of interviews on a monthly schedule of the series entitled "Invitation to Teach." This proposed schedule (while still subject to revision) also plans the production of two half hour shows each month through September 2003. Coupled with the development of this permanent, continuing series entitled "Invitation To Teach" is an emerging monthly cable series (HAIS Issues and Perspectives). This series will highlight private education issues of interest to the broader educational community.

HAIS has successfully sought outside expertise and directed them to help achieve their intended purpose and to move the project forward. In the future, HAIS hopes to expand on its pool of expertise to further enhance the development plan for cable programs for the Hawaii Association of Independent Schools. It is also believed that this will make for a broader base of expertise for HAIS to draw upon for the future training of independent school students and staff.

HAIS has also continued to develop appropriate programs to share topical educational programs from conferences and workshops. This programming is of interest to the general public and also designed to inform the viewer on independent school issues.

A complete list of proposed programming scheduled for the balance of 2002 through September of 2003 can be found in Appendix 5.

 

Section 2.2.3 - Supplemental Programming

HAIS has a previous Supplemental Programming funds balance of $6,562.38 which remains unallocated. HAIS will be encouraged to expend the SP funds in the near future. Details of any use of these funds will be presented in the 2002 annual report.

 

Section 2.2.4 - HAIS Award Mid-Year Summary

HAIS continues to refine its ability to produce cable programs. This is demonstrated by their ongoing taping and editing of programming, and the regular delivery of cablecast programs relating to independent education issues.

As stated in the 2002 EA Plan, the proposed HAIS funding was again split into two equal portions. The first half of the funds was awarded at the beginning of the year and the second half was to be made available upon "satisfactory progress" toward the defined program goals. It was the Consortium's decision that those goals have been sufficiently met, thus HENC has agreed to recommend the funding of the second portion of the planned 2002 award.

Now that their series "Invitation to Teach" is well on its way to regular production, HAIS plans to seek additional expertise to balance an increased pace and workload. The proposed series "Issues and Perspectives" will be an added focus in the coming months.

During the reporting period, HAIS has experienced some uncertainty on getting a satisfactory amount of air time for their emerging programming. The Channel 55 and 56 schedulers have been rightfully reluctant to place them regularly on the master schedule--largely due to their previously inconsistent availability of programming. This reluctance on the part of both channels to air HAIS programming is now subsiding as both the DOE and UH recognize that new programs are being regularly delivered. To this end, HAIS now has regularly scheduled time slots on both the TEC and TEACH Channels.

All of the hours of programming provided by HAIS are included in the hours section of "locally produced programming" found in the table on page 1 of this report.

 

Section 2.3 - Award No. 3

University of Hawaii (UH)

Section 2.3.1 - Mid-Year Award 2002 Funding Review

The term of this UH report is for the six month period from January 1 to June 30, 2002. The Educational Access funds awarded to the University of Hawaii for this review period include:

$196,862 - One-half of the UH 2002 core programming funds award *.

$ 00,000 - UH Supplemental Programming funds expended from 01/01/01 to 06/30/01.

$196,862 - Total funds allocated for review in this report.

* For the entire fiscal year of 2002 the UH was awarded a total of $393,724.00 for core Educational Access programming on the TEC channel. Due to a reduction in funding no Supplemental Programming funds were available and thus no grant awards will be made during 2002.

It should be noted that during the reporting period the UH experienced a 12% reduction in overall funding. A full accounting of all 2002 funds, and a review of fiscal records of the University of Hawaii project will be a part of the comprehensive 2002 Annual Report to be filed in January 2003.

 

Section 2.3.2 - Award No. 3 - Six Months in Review

During the first 6 months of 2002 the University of Hawaii has worked hard to fulfill the goals and objectives defined in the 2002 Plan. The UH has consistently provided for a broad range of programming on 24x7 basis which allows students to advance toward an AA degree.

Also during the reporting period the UH has also been working to identify courses of "high demand" in the previously identified targeted sector of business education. The UH plan also called for the development of a certificate program for community training and workforce development. Two new informational programs (Living With Health and Planning for Life) center around a future certificate in Home Health Care.

At the time of this report two new programs for the Associate of Arts Degree have been produced during 2002. The new programming includes:

1) English 256 WI (Writing Intense); and,

2) Speech 151.

During the remaining portion of the year the two additional programs needed to fulfill the plan's benchmarks will be identified for production during the Fall 2002 semester. This programming will be detailed in the 2002 Annual Report.

Two UH programs relating to the Associate of Arts degree were also revised during the reporting period. The revised programs include:

1) Math 100; and,

2) English Language Institute 1.

As reported in the EA Annual Report for 2001 the UH Faculty Senate and their union representation have contested the issue that tenured professors be required to evaluate their classes. Therefore the evaluations administered during this reporting period relate to the AA process (availability of relevant information, text books, registration issues, etc.) rather than to the instructor. One of the findings of this evaluation relates to how people found out about the cable course (1. word of mouth; 2. friend's suggestion; and, 3. the catalog). Another evaluation finding identifies difficulties students encountered in other counseling services (i.e. career placement services--not student advisory services).

For current and complete information regarding cable courses leading to an Associates of Arts degree reference: http://www.hawaii.edu/uhcc.e-learn/

 

Section 2.3.3 - Supplemental Programming

According to the 2001 EA Annual Report the UH had expended all but a few dollars of their available Supplemental Programming (SP) funds. Due to the reduction of EA funding the UH does not have any Supplemental Programming (SP) funds to support grants during 2002.

 

Section 2.3.4 - UH Award Mid-Year Summary

This reporting period will be the first full six month term that the UH has programmed the TEC channel of a 24/7 basis.

During the first six months of the year the UH has proceeded on fulfilling the objectives as defined in their 2002 plan. The tangible sign of this statement is the fact that all of the broad goals and objectives that were previously defined (Section 4.3.5, Page 18 in 2002 Plan) have been addressed.

Additionally the UH continues to pursue the development of new AA Degree courses and consistently provides revisions and refinements to their existing core courses. While non-credit course programming has been greatly curtailed, the UH continues to make time for informational programs that support the UH's equity and outreach mission relating to:

a) Student study skills; and,

b) The ongoing challenges associated with multicultural/multilingual communication in an education setting.

Also during this reporting period the TEC channel implemented a new bulletin board feature. This feature scrolls class and specialty programming information during times which were previously fallow.

Also of note is the fact that the University of Hawaii has announced plans for a new information system that will integrate student records and catalogs for its seven community college campuses. This is relevant since In its final form, the information system will allow a student to take classes at more than one campus. This will eventually allow AA degree students to see their composite academic records compiled from all of the UH campuses and check on their progress toward their degree requirements.

 

Section 3.0 - Funding and Report Summary

Section 3.1 - Funding Summary

The following is a summary of all 2002 Educational Access funds disbursed to date:

TOTAL INCOME

 

Total 2002 Educational Access Allotment:

 

$ 846,822.00

 

PLANNED EXPENDITURES

Department of Education, State of Hawaii

 

Core Programming:

 

$ 336,276.00

 

Supplemental Programming:

 

$ 00,000.00

 

Total 2002 DOE Award:

 

$ 336,276.00

 

Hawaii Association of Independent Schools

 

Core Programming (First 1/2 Year - 2002):

 

$ 31,250.00

 

Core Programming (Second 1/2 - 2002):

 

$ 00,000.00

 

Supplemental Programming:

 

$ 00,000.00

 

Total 2002 HAIS Award:

 

$ 31,250.00

 

University of Hawaii

 

Core Programming:

 

$ 393,724.00

 

Supplemental Programming:

 

$ 00,000.00

 

Total 2002 UH Award:

 

$ 393,724.00

Less: Educational Access management fee: $ 40,000.00

 

 

CURRENT BALANCE TO DATE

 

Balance of Educational Access Funding:

 

$ 45,572.00

 

<Less> HAIS Second 1/2 Year 2002:

 

$ <31,250.00>

 

EA Funds yet to be Allocated

 

$ 14,322.00

The EA account will have a balance of $14,322 after the dispersal of the HAIS mid-year funding. An accounting of these funds will be a part of the 2002 Annual Report.

As required under the terms of the Educational Access Agreement, HENC has executed individual agreements with each of the year 2002 award recipients. These agreements set forth the terms and conditions regarding the amount and use of the funds, reporting requirements, and other matters deemed appropriate by HENC for purposes of accountability. At the time of this report all entities are in compliance with their respective agreement.

 

Section 3.2 - Report Summary

HENC and the three entities would like to thank 'Olelo for its continued support of Educational Access programming during the first six months of 2002. HENC is also pleased to report that the overall cooperation relating to scheduling and communication between the EA entities and 'Olelo continues to improve.

Impacts resulting from the 8.5 % reduction of EA funding are now being felt. The loss of Supplemental Programming will have longer-term consequences on new local programming. Fortunately the ongoing contribution to local programming by HAIS will help to fill this void. The Consortium looks forward to HAIS' continuing contribution.

As a follow-up to the 2002 Mid-Year Report, HENC will also be submitting a request for the 2nd half of the 2002 funding for the Hawaii Association of Independent Schools. A formal letter requesting the disbursement of these funds will be provided to 'Olelo in the near future.

The Education Manager notes that both Channels have implemented a new video bulletin board system which provides valuable information to the viewers. These bulletin boards provide information relating to program schedules and school issues in place of previously fallow time.

This report is believed to be in full compliance with the terms of Educational Access Agreement signed in 1998. If this is not found to be the case the Education Program Manager, upon request, will attempt to resolve any issues, concerns or conflicts with 'Olelo and the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs relating to the matters covered in this document.

This report will be made available online via the HENC website: http://www2.hawaii.edu/~henc/

 

Section 4.0 - Appendices

Appendix 1. - UH Benchmark Matrix

Appendix 2. - DOE Benchmark Matrix

Appendix 3. - TEC Channel - Times of UHTV Transmission

Appendix 4. - TEACH Channel - Times of DOE Transmission

Appendix 5. - HAIS Schedule 2002 - 2003

 

 

 

 

 

 

Appendix 1.

 

UH Benchmark Matrix

 

 

 

 

UH 2002 Educational Access Progress Report

 

Name of Grantee: University of Hawaii

 

Contact Person: Hae K. Okimoto

 

 

 

 

 

Dates Covered in this Report:
January 1 - June 30, 2002

 

UNITS OF MEASURE

 

Spring & Summer I 2002

 

Summer II & Fall 2002

 

Year to Date

 

number of hours of credit courses*

 

1169

 

1169

  • locally produced

1033

1033

  • purchased/ produced elsewhere

136

136

  • live

156

156

  • tape delayed

1013

1013

  • rebroadcast

1227

1227

 

number of hours of non-credit programs*

 

16

 

16

  • locally produced

16

16

  • purchased/ produced elsewhere

0

0

  • live

4

4

  • tape delayed

12

12

  • rebroadcast

0

0

 

number of hours of informational programs*

 

584

 

584

  • locally produced

260.5

260.5

  • purchased/ produced elsewhere

323.5

323.5

  • live

186.25

186.25

  • tape delayed

397.75

397.75

  • rebroadcast

199

199

number of credit courses

33

33

number of non-credit programs

1

1

number of informational programs (local)

25

25

number of students enrolled in credit courses

710

710

 

* 1st broadcast, does not include rebroadcasts

 

Significant Achievements

Broadcasting of Supplemental fund programs:

Kipapa Lecture Series, New Economy Town

Meetings, Planning for Health

 

 

Appendix 2.

 

DOE Benchmark Matrix

 

 

 

 

DOE 2002 Educational Access Progress Report

 

Name of Grantee: Hawaii State Department of Education/Teleschool

 

Contact Person: Geriann Hong

 

Dates Covered in this Report: January 1, 2002 to June 30, 2002

 

 

 

UNITS OF MEASURE

 

Spring 2002

 

Fall 2002

 

YEAR TO DATE

 

Number of hours of programming

 

1984

 

 

1984

 

Number of hours of credit courses

Live

Taped delayed

Rebroadcast

 

 

235

117

118

 

 

 

235

117

118

 

Number of hours of non-credit programs

Live

Taped delayed

Rebroadcast

 

40

138

137

 

 

 40

138

137

 

Number of hours of educational programming

From non DOE Institutions

Taped delayed

Rebroadcast

 

 

600

599

 

 

 

600

599

 

Number of students enrolled/using programs*

 

45,750

 

 

45,750

* This number is only a broadly defined estimate as the DOE has no official student registration reporting requirements for Teleschool course usage.

 

 

 

Appendix 3.

 

TEC CHANNEL - Times of UHTV Transmission

  

 

TEC Channel - Times of UHTV Transmission

The following proposed dates exclude the UH's annual technical maintenance
downtimes (see below for further details regarding these dates). The proposed UHTV hours include:

Fall Semester 2002

Sunday-Saturday

August 26, 2002 to December 20, 2002

24 hours/day

 

Spring & Summer Semesters 2003

Sunday-Saturday

January 13, 2003 to August 15, 2003

24 hours/day

 

 
Annual Technical Maintenance Downtime

(No UHTV Programming)

Each year the UH regularly brings their system down for maintenance. These downtimes occur twice a year: 1) from the end of Summer session to the beginning of Fall semester, and, 2) from the end of Fall semester to the beginning of Spring semester. Depending on the school year the exact dates of these downtimes vary, however they generally occur in the same months of August and December.

During maintenance downtime, the UH will not provide any UHTV programming to TEC. However, the Research Channel will be routed to Manoa 2 should the 'Olelo programming manager need an alternative resource to fill the channel. Please see below for the current dates of the annual technical maintenance downtimes.

 

Summer Session 2002 to Fall 2002 Semester

August 17, 2002 to August 25, 2002

Fall 2002 Semester to Spring 2003 Semester

December 21, 2002 to January 12, 2003

Summer Session 2003 to Fall 2003 Semester

August 15, 2003 to August 24, 2003

The UH will always consider proposals to amend its schedule if they are deemed in the best interest of PEG access.

 

 

 

Appendix 4.

 

TEACH CHANNEL - Times of DOE Transmission

 

 

TEACH CHANNEL - TIMES OF DOE TRANSMISSION

The TEACH channel will continue to air during the Winter and Spring breaks. The proposed Teleschool hours include:

Summer Program:
MONDAY-FRIDAY

June 10-August 24

8:00 AM -10:00 PM

 

School Year 2002-2003
MONDAY-FRIDAY

August 26-June 9

8:00 AM -9:45 PM

 

All Saturdays

8:00 AM -4:00 PM (Includes one Saturday a month for BOE Meeting)

 

TEACH CHANNEL - Off-air Days for DOE Programming

The TEACH channel does not plan programming for the following dates (Official State Holidays) for the balance of 2002 through mid-year 2003:

2002
August 16, 2002

September 2, 2002

November 5, 2002

November 11, 2002

November 28,29, 2002

December 25, 2002

 

2003
January 1, 2003

January 20, 2003

February 17, 2003

March 26, 2003

April 18, 2003

May 26, 2003

June 11, 2003

July 4, 2003

Teleschool will always consider proposals to amend its schedule if they are deemed in the best interest of PEG access.

 

 

 

Appendix 5.

 

HAIS Schedule 2002 - 2003

  

 

HAIS Educational Access Programming Schedule 2002 - 2003

 

Name

 

Title

 

School

 

Month

 

Day

 

Year

 

Future shows:

 

Denby Dung
(Miss Hawaii 2001)

 

Music Teacher

 

Trinity Christian / Iolani

 

August

 

5

 

2002

 

Dorothy Douthit

 

Head of School

 

Academy of the Pacific

 

August

 

5

 

2002

 

Jim Scott

 

President

 

Punahou

 

September

 

9

 

2002

 

Kevin Conway

 

HS Principal

 

Punahou

 

September

 

9

 

2002

 

Mike Walker

 

Jr. School Principal

 

Punahou

 

September

 

9

 

2002

 

Dick Bento

 

President

 

Hawaii Baptist Academy

 

October

 

7

 

2002

 

Marsha Hirae

 

High School Principal

 

Hawaii Baptist Academy

 

October

 

7

 

2002

 

Ruby Ovitt

 

Elementary Principal

 

Hawaii Baptist Academy

 

October

 

7

 

2002

 

Carmen Himenes

 

Superintendent

 

Hawaii Catholic Schools

 

November

 

4

 

2002

 

Sr. Joan of Arc Souza

 

Principal

 

St. Francis School

 

November

 

4

 

2002

 

PICK-UP

 

December

 

2

 

2002

 

PICK-UP

 

December

 

2

 

2002

 

Lois Yasui

 

Principal

 

Hongwanji Mission

 

January

 

13

 

2003

 

Roberta Bishop

 

Administrative Director

 

Honolulu Waldorf

 

January

 

13

 

2003

 

Val Iwashita

 

Headmaster

 

Iolani

 

February

 

3

 

2003

 

Charles Proctor

 

Asst. Head

 

Iolani

 

February

 

3

 

2003

 

Fred Okumura

 

Dean, Lower School

 

Iolani

 

February

 

3

 

2003

 

Patsy Tom

 

Executive Director

 

Montessori Community

 

March

 

3

 

2003

 

Caroline Oda

 

Head of School

 

St. Andrew's Priory

 

March

 

3

 

2003

 

Mike Chun

 

Headmaster

 

Kamehameha - Kapalama

 

April

 

7

 

2003

 

Tony Ramos

 

HS Principal

 

Kamehameha - Kapalama

 

April

 

7

 

2003

 

Kahele Kukea

 

Elem. Principal

 

Kamehameha - Kapalama

 

April

 

7

 

2003

 

Fr. James Allen DeLong

 

President

 

St. Louis

 

May

 

5

 

2003

 

Burton Tomita

 

Principal

 

St. Louis

 

May

 

5

 

2003

 

Greg O'Donnell

 

President

 

Damien

 

June

 

2

 

2003

 

Mike Weaver

 

Principal

 

Damien

 

June

 

2

 

2003

 

Mark Sugimoto

 

Superintendent

 

Hanalani

 

June

 

2

 

2003

 

Betty White

 

Principal

 

Sacred Hearts

 

July

 

7

 

2003

 

Sue Wesselkamper

 

President

 

Chaminade University

 

July

 

7

 

2003

 

Chatt Wright

 

President

 

Hawaii Pacific University

 

August

 

4

 

2003

 

George Evensen

 

Principal

 

Our Savior Lutheran

 

August

 

4

 

2003

 

Mike Baker

 

President

 

Maryknoll

 

September

 

2003

 

Evanson Chang

 

High School Principal

 

Maryknoll

 

September

 

2003

 

Paul O'Brien

 

Elementary Principal

 

Maryknoll

 

September

 

2003