December 3, 2020
Hawaii News Now
HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) – A new lawsuit alleges officials at a Big Island school were aware of allegations a staff member was sexually abusing a special education student but did nothing.
Stanton Caluag, 64, was an educational assistant at Kealakehe High School. He is now serving a year in jail after he pleaded guilty to third-degree sex assault in June.
The victim was 18 at the time and his grandmother said Caluag began molesting him two months after his mother died.
“It’s devastating. You know, he just lost