Parent-Teacher Phone Conference - School Ends Early!

Parent-Teacher Phone Conferences
Wednesday, October 20 - Friday, October 29

•Wednesday, October 20
•Thursday, October 21
•Friday, October 22
•Monday, October 25
•Tuesday, October 26
•Wednesday, October 27
•Thursday, October 28
•Friday, October 29

Dismissal Times for Each Day of the Conference:
Preschool, K-1 and Multi-Level Classes - 1:15 p.m.
Grades 2-3 - 1:30 p.m.
Grades 4-5 - 1:45 p.m.

Please make arrangements for your child/children to be picked up in a timely manner.

Did you forget your appointment time? Call 305-8700.

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Parent-Teacher Phone Conference - School Ends Early!

Parent-Teacher Phone Conferences Wednesday, October 20 - Friday, October 29 •Wednesday, October 20 •Thursday, October 21 •Friday, October 22 •Monday, October 25 •Tuesday, October 26 •Wednesday, October 27 •Thursday, October 28 •Friday, October 29 Dismissal Times for Each Day of the Conference: Preschool, K-1 and Multi-Level Classes - 1:15 p.m. Grades 2-3 - 1:30 p.m. Grades 4-5 - 1:45 p.m. Please make arrangements for your child/children to be picked up in a timely manner. Did you forget your appointment time? Call 305-8700.

Kapolei Elementary Spooktacular Week - October 25-29

•Monday, October 25• Candy Corn Day Wear orange, yellow or white •Tuesday, October 26• Halloween Spirit Day Wear black, orange or anything (t-shirt, hair accessories, face masks) with a Halloween theme •Wednesday, October 27• Wacky Hat Wednesday Wear your favorite or wacky hat •Thursday, October 28• Twinkle Toes Thursday Wear black, orange, purpole or Halloween themed socks. •Friday, October 29• Favorite Book Character Dress as your favorite book character. Note: no plastic toy guns or toy weapons allowed.

Daily Wellness Checks - click here for flyer

It is important to do your daily wellness checks BEFORE coming to school! Please stay at home if you have any of the following: •symptoms of illness - fever, chills, coughs, headache, body ache, sore throat, congestion, or diarrhea. Do NOT Come to School If: •Anyone in your household has been recently tested positive for COVID-19 •Anyone in your household is waiting for COVID-19 test results •Anyone in your household is self-quarantining •Anyone in your household is a close contact with someone with COVID-19 Click on the link for a copy of the Daily Wellness Check Flyer

NO PARKING ZONES - Be Kind to Our Neighbors!

Please DO NOT Park in the Following Areas: •Guest Stalls / Resident Parking of Nohona and Kulalani Village Townhomes •Driveways of Iwalani Homes •No Parking Areas on Kama'aha Loop Cars that are parked in unauthorized areas will be ticketed / towed at the vehicle owner's expense. Please Kokua! Help us to be good to our neighbors!

Thank You!

Thank you to our parents, students and community members for supporting our Regal Fundraiser! It was a success thanks to all of your efforts! Thank You!!!

Allergen Free School

Planning on bringing treats for the students? Planning on bringing snacks? Planning on bringing home lunch? Please remember that we are a Peanut Free School. We have students who are highly allergic to peanuts and nut products. Do not sent any treats with peanut products to school. Other options for celebration treats: pencils, stickers or other peanut free treats. Thank You!

No Longer Live In Kapolei?

If you no longer live in the Kapolei Elementary School Geographic Service Boundary Area, please contact the school office to fill in a release form for your child to attend his/her new home school.

About Us

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Located in the City of Kapolei, on the Ewa Plain, of the island of O'ahu, Kapolei Elementary School opened its doors in September of 1993 to a new community, new dreams, and new aspirations.
 
We are a student-centered community that is committed to creating a culture of excellence.  We strive to provide learning opportunities to meet the needs of every child, every day.  We also provide a climate that is welcoming, safe, positive, and inclusive.  
 
Our present enrollment is approximately 750 students and 100 staff members.