The Kalihi Kai school office is NOW OPEN Monday-Friday 8am-12pm for registration and enrollment. Please wear a mask and maintain social distancing. Please bring birth certificate, parent/guardian photo ID, current proof of residence within the month and health record.
*STUDENT SUPPLY PICK UP* WALK-UP ONLY (parking available in Kalihi Street parking lot) Tuesday, May 26 and Wednesday, May 27 8:00 am - 12:00 pm KKS Cafeteria *Yearbook pre-orders will also be available for pick up.
REMINDERS 1) Please wear your face mask and practice social distancing when picking up your child’s supplies. 2) Please return any library books.
For the most current information on Covid-19 and school closures head to hawaiipublicschools.org
The LeaderInMe website is temporarily offering families resources to implement and maintain the 7 Habits until the end of the school year. Don’t forget to sign up for this free offer. Your family will be receiving online newsletter information on a weekly basis that connects with the 7 Habits at home.
The EL Program sends our warmest thoughts to your family. We sincerely miss working with your child and the Kalihi Kai Ohana. Due to the current learning situation, the EL Program would like to share resources with you that will help to continue to build your child’s English language proficiency. We are also sharing tips to help you through this situation.
The Kalihi Kai IRA teachers miss working with your child. We created this page so your child has direct access to the IRA Dashboard (by subject and grade level). The linked resources provide ongoing practice, as well as opportunities for the refinement of skills that your child already learned in school. These lessons encourage the students to challenge themselves and to move forward in these particular subject areas.
Please stay safe and healthy! Your family’s health is our #1 priority. We recognize that this is a challenging time for everyone. If we can be of assistance, please do not hesitate to contact your child’s teacher through their email address. Take good care.
We hope this finds you and your family well and healthy during this difficult time. As you may have heard, we will be implementing distance learning so you may continue to have your child keep up with his/her studies from home while school is temporarily shut down. The Grade 1 teachers have put together a list of recommended sites and ideas for continued learning at home. Please try your best to work with your child at home to maintain what they have already learned in school.
The grade 2 teachers have created a list of websites and ideas for continued learning at home. We ask that all students do their best to work on these assignments during their time at home. If you have any questions, please contact your child’s homeroom teacher. If you text or email your teacher, please write your child’s first name, last name, and a cell phone number where you can be reached. We miss all of you! Hope to see all of you again soon! Take care and be safe!
We hope that you are all doing well during this challenging time. While schools are closed, the grade level teachers will discuss and share ideas to best support your child through distance learning. Although we are unable to work together in the classroom, our goal is to continue to provide support and engage the children in learning.
To prevent any time lost we have created a list of resources for your child to continue learning during this time. Although we are providing these learning opportunities, we understand each family’s circumstances are different. This list ensures that different needs are met. Please have your child choose from the activities below, and complete 1hr of ELA and 1hr of Math daily. Please email or text your child’s teacher with any questions or concerns.
The Grade 5 teachers have put together a list of websites and ideas for continued learning at home. We ask that all students try to work on these assignments during their time at home. If you have any questions, please contact your child’s homeroom teacher. If you text or email your teacher, please write your child’s first name, last name, and a cell phone number where you can be reached. Take good care.
Yoga is awesome because it is fun and can also calm you! Yoga can also take all the stress out of you. Yoga Club is for 4th and 5th grade students. Thank you Ms. Mackenzie and Ms. Bossler! :)
The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) would like to notify area residents and businesses of alternating lane closures associated with work to upgrade the Honolulu Rail Transit Project’s utility infrastructure in the area. No service outages are scheduled for this operation. For the safety of work crews and the traveling public, please observe construction signage.