Food trucks teach students business, life skills
Kealakehe High School student Dannia Andrade paints the HELP truck at the school. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)
Kealakehe High School Culinary teacher Karen Sheff, right, and students Kasey Silva Barawis and Kai Kale prepare lunch in the HELP truck. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)
The Kealakehe High School HELP truck is a collaboration between the art, automotive and culinary departments. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)
The Pono Grindz food truck serves customers at Kua Bay.
Kealakehe High School teacher Karen Sheff, left, hands lunch to student Ninna Delos Santos from the school’s Healthy Eating, Living Pono (HELP) food truck. (Photos by Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)
KAILUA-KONA — Kealakehe High School students are connecting the dots between the classroom and real-life thanks to a public-private partnership at Kua Bay.
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