Have you ever wanted a spreadsheet of all the Hawaii public schools that you could sort by name, or complex area, or island?
Here it is! Feel free to use this for your organization. This file is provided copyright free from Vanessa!
The ‘okina is a used to indicate the glottal stop consonant in the Hawai‘ian language. Because there is no key on an English QWERTY keyboard, for an ‘okina, many people use an apostrophe for convenience, but an ‘okina is not an apostrophe. You can see the difference in the picture below. Out of respect for the Hawai‘ian language, I try to use an ‘okina whenever possible, and I've devised some workarounds to automate this in Microsoft Office and Google Docs. Download the PowerPoint presentation below and learn more.
last page update: 16 JAN 2021
Copyright © 2021 Vanessa Ott - All Rights Reserved.