By Cassie Ordonio at Hawaiʻi Public Radio

When the Mālama Honua Public Charter School in Waimānalo opened in 2014, students were learning in the back of a church.

About 10 years later, the Hawaiian learning-based school has expanded to three campuses offering grades K-8.

But the goal was to find one permanent building that’s safe and adequate for students to learn.

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