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Kīhei Montessori School Looks for New Leadership

October 6, 2017, 11:06 AM HST
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Montessori Hale O Keiki (MHOK), which has served the South Maui community for 26 years and counting, has put the call out to hire a new Head of School.

“The Head of School should be a compassionate and dynamic leader whose educational philosophy is aligned with the Montessori approach, and should have the strategic experience and vision to grow the school and maintain the school’s reputation as an exceptional Montessori educational program,” explains Judy Beneventi, who was brought on as an interim Head of School for this year.

The new full-time leader will take over in July of 2018 to help guide the Kīhei school of around 74 students. MHOK is triple-accredited and is known for providing exceptional, interactive education starting in preschool and spanning through 8th grade.

Interested applicants can research the position and qualifications by going to the  job openings page on MHOK’s website.

The school also produced a short video after recently streamlining its mission statement, which is expressed with three simple but significant words: Explore. Engage. Enrich. To learn more about MHOKl, please visit the school’s website.

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