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Kalaheo Elementary School

4400 Maka Rd, Kalaheo,
Kauai, Hawaii 96741

Ph. 808-332-6801


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Aloha Kalaheo Ohana,
I wanted to give you a brief big picture of where we are with the current Covid-19 situation. The entire world is battling this pandemic, and we are unable to escape its tentacles.  It is affecting our families, our jobs, our hospitals, our churches, and our school. 
Everyone is called to join the fight against the spread of Covid-19 and that includes us. Spring Break was extended one week and an additional week added so that schools and our children did not become one of the main societal spreaders of this virus.  
Nevertheless, the school must go on in some way. The DOE's goal is to provide instruction to students beginning Tuesday, April 7.  The hope is that Covid-19 is under control enough to bring students back to campus at this time.  However, if Covid-19 conditions still exist to make this impossible, then we have been directed to be prepared to provide instruction remotely.  Beginning Monday, March 23, our teachers and administration will begin earnestly planning to make remote learning work for all students no matter their situation. This will be accomplished while we are social distancing ourselves from each other.  Clearly, this is a situation none of us has ever experienced before. Adaptive thinking and adaptive change will be required for us to be successful.  
As your Principal, I can assure you without hesitation that on April 7, we will be ready for whatever the situation requires.  I know our teachers and staff and they are very capable of putting this together for the students.  It won't be easy. Elementary schools' clientele is very complex and needy.  The range of learners from kindergarten to 5th grade is significant.  One shoe does not fit all.  Together, we will do our best for your children. Please visit the Hawaii Department of Education website and Facebook pages and the Kalaheo School website kalaheoschool.com and Kalaheo School Facebook page for updated information and great ideas for your children.  
                                                                                         Together, we
                                                                              Dream, Believe, Achieve
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Sincerely,                              
Erik Burkman
Principal
Kalaheo Elementary School
(808) 332-6801


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