Welcome to the Hawai'i Alpha Delta Kappa Website
 

 We are an international honorary organization of women educators dedicated to educational excellence, altruism, and world understanding. Headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, Alpha Delta Kappa has more than 1,200 chapters located in towns and cities in every state in the U.S., and around the world in Australia, Canada, Jamaica, Mexico, and Puerto Rico. There are sixteen chapters in Hawai'i -  twelve on Oahu, one on Maui, two on the island of Hawai'i, and one on Kaua'i. This website serves to provide information about Hawai'i Alpha Delta Kappa goals and programs, membership projects, and accomplishments. Check out the "Navigating the Website" page to learn more about HADK.


 

 

President Mollieʻs Foundersʻ Day Message:

Lead With Your Heart

Greetings, dear sisters, and Happy Alpha Delta Kappa Month. October is here, along with cooler temperatures; it has been beautiful in California. I hope you are all enjoying this time of year as we celebrate the vision and leadership of Agnes, Marion, Marie, and Hattie. They certainly led with their hearts, believing that an organization honoring outstanding women educators and supporting our families and communities was a worthy endeavor. Agnes and company traveled this country and sent emissaries far and wide to spread the vision and the light of Alpha Delta Kappa. Within ten years, 42 S/P/Ns had been chartered. We are now celebrating 74 years of sharing love through our altruistic projects, our International Teacher Education program, the recognition and support of excellent educators, the awarding of scholarships and grants, and our World Understanding projects. I encourage you to gather together, whether in person or virtually, to recognize our Founders and celebrate our sisterhood. We are again facing some uncertainty about the future, I know. We also know we are resilient and the most important action we can take as leaders is to facilitate connections with each other and support our active educators. Active educators throughout our organization are describing more difficult conditions in their schools this year than they faced last year. We must reach out to them and share love and support. Resources for Alpha Delta Kappa Month may be found on our website under Meetings/Chapter Meetings/AΔK Month and Founders’ Day. Also, see the history of Alpha Delta Kappa under Documents and Forms/Guiding and General/Historical Background Information. Let's lead with our hearts and Share the Love during Alpha Delta Kappa Month and beyond.

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Congratulations to our new International President, Mollie Acosta, whose theme for the 2021 - 2023 biennium is "Share the Love". Click here to read her greeting and meet the other members of the International Chapter and Executive Board.