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Vol. 9, Issue 269 • Saturday, September 25, 2004
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James Campbell High School Principal Gail Awakuni greeted state Superintendent Pat Hamamoto just before yesterday's announcement that she had been chosen as the 2005 National High School Principal of the Year.
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