Read On... Alpha Delta Kappa Publications
This section has information and ideas for all ADK members - whether you are a state officer, chapter officer, committee chair, a member planning a chapter activity, or a new member who wants to learn more about Alpha Delta Kappa. It will provide you with links to a number of resources, many of them taken from our International website. So, let your fingers do the walking and discover ALPHA DELTA KAPPA on this page and the pages to follow.
Newsletters & Magazines
Ka Pine Ho'ohui - Hawai'i Alpha Delta Kappa's newsletter is published 2 times during the biennium. Its Hawaiian name is translated as "The Linking Pin". The editors are HADK state committee chairs and article contributions are received from all chapters.
2020 - 2022 Biennium
Issue #3 -
Kappan - The Alpha Delta KAPPAN magazine is published quarterly. The international website has an archive of its publications dating back to 2006. Click here to view those files.
The Alpha Delta Kappa Eblasts are published by Alpha Delta Kappa, International Honorary
Organization for Women Educators on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Fridays of every month. There are
special edition issues on occasion. They are sent to ALL members via email. If you have not been receiving the Eblasts, click here for information.
Hawai'i ADK Chapter Websites
Chapters that wish to create their own websites and have it linked here, should contact email@example.com for instructions.
Regional and International Websites
Southwest Region - The Southwest Region is comprised of 7 states and 2 provinces: Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, Queensland, and Victoria. Kitty Nutting, a Colorado member and longtime friend of many Hawai'i sisters, currently serves as the International Vice-President of the region. You do not need a login for the regional website, although there may be a few state websites that require a login or password. Regional information is available on the website and in the newsletters found here.
International - The website at www.alphadeltakappa.org no longer requires members to sign in except for the private portions that may contain privileged information (directory, for example). New members and those members who have forgotten their username and/or password should contact Alpha Delta Kappa headquarters to create a new one.