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The future of Hawaii's news could be in the hands of these youngsters

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The future of Hawaii's news could be in the hands of these two cuties at Waimea Elementary on the Big Island.

3rd grader Oakland Tageshi and 2nd grader Halia Subiono just two of the students who anchor the school's daily broadcast that’s piped into each classroom at the end of the day.

Each five minute episode is entirely student run; they plan the segments, write the scripts, and assign each role.

Principal Scott Tamura says it helps the students develop problem-solving and collaboration skills, and exposes them to 21st-century technology. 

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