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News and Announcements

Grab and Go Meal Sites

During the extended Spring Break period, a total of 38 Hawaii public schools will be providing
breakfast and lunch to children who are 18 years or younger. They will be able to stop by one of
the designated schools (see list below) to pick up a grab-and-go meal.
Breakfast service hours:
7:30 a.m. to 8 a.m.
Due to food safety, the meal must be consumed by 10 a.m.
Lunch service hours:
11:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. (noon)
Due to food safety, the meal must be consumed by 2 p.m.
Note: Meals will not be served on Thursday, March 26, which is Prince Kuhio Day. There will be no access to the cafeteria.

The following schools will start on Wednesday March 25, 2020
Leeward Oahu District
● August Ahrens Elementary
● Campbell High
● Kapolei High School
● Maili Elementary
● Nanaikapono Elementary
● Nanakuli High & Intermediate
● Waianae Intermediate
● Waianae High
● Waipahu Elementary
New Site Added: Barbers Point Elementary School

April Field Trips Cancelled

Field trips that were scheduled during the month of April for grades 1 and 2 have been cancelled. For those parents that paid, field trip refunds will be issued after we return back to school.

WASC Corner

** WASC UPDATE **

Kapolei Elementary School completed the requirements for the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) self study report.

The commissioners of the ASC WASC conferred that Kapolei Elementary School met the criteria and requirements of the self-study in February 2019. Based on that decision, Kapolei Elementary School was granted a 6-year accreditation status.

Thank you to our administrators, faculty & staff, parents, students, and the community for your support of KES. We are very proud of our school!

What's WASC?

WASC

The Hawaii Department of Education (HIDOE) in collaboration with Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) began a five-year plan to accredit all public elementary schools here in the islands. This accreditation process focuses on student achievement and a culture of continuous improvement at the school site.