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Mission & Vision

We are a dedicated group of educators who are committing our lives to providing your child with a nurturing environment where they can learn and excel to reach their full potential as students and more importantly as human beings.

"Together, we dream, believe, achieve Kalaheo PRIDE"

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Important resources, calendars, and information for Kalaheo Elementary School

Plus a lot more....





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Return To School Monday, April 5th

Starting April 5th, all Kauai Elementary Schools will be offering only 2 models: full in-person learning (every day) or full distance learning. Please click the button above for details. Mahalo

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Renew your PTSA membership for 2020/2021 here!

View or Download this month's BREAKFAST AND LUNCH menu 

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Kalaheo Elementary School

4400 Maka Rd, Kalaheo,
Kauai, Hawaii 96741

Ph. 808-332-6801

Office Hours
Mon - Fri  7:00 am - 4:00 pm
Sat - Sun  CLOSED.

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Annual Notification of Privacy Rights
Know your privacy rights as they apply to 1) student record information; 2) directory information; 3) surveys and other information collection; and 4) military recruitment information. For more information on your privacy rights, the laws that protect them, and how to exercise your rights, click here contact your school administrator or visit http://ferpa.k12.hi.us

ADA Program Accessibility Plan
Kalaheo Elementary School is committed to ensuring that individuals with disabilities are not denied an opportunity to participate in and benefit from any service, program, or activity, offered by the school.

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

​Continuous Notice of Non-Discrimination

USDA Non-Discrimination Statement

Notice of Parent's Rights to Request Teacher Qualification

"Together, we dream, believe, achieve Kalaheo PRIDE" 

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​​Principal's Message

Aloha Kalaheo Elementary School ‘Ohana,
As we begin the 4th quarter, I am looking forward to seeing so many of our students returning to school for in-person learning five days a week. Throughout the remainder of this week, the teachers, staff, and I will be taking the final steps to prepare for our students’ return to campus on Monday, April 5th. We understand that this has been an especially challenging year for all, and we appreciate your support and commitment to Kalaheo Elementary School. We couldn’t do this without you.

As a reminder, all students will be off campus for distance learning this Wednesday, 3/31, and Thursday, 4/1. On both days, instruction will be provided online in the morning--followed with asynchronous work for the remainder of the school day. During this time, we will be busy moving furniture and taking steps to get ready for all our students when they return to school next week. Please make sure your child attends his/her class online to get the necessary instruction and assignments during both of these school days. If your child is beginning/continuing with full distance learning during quarter 4, he/she will attend classes online 5 days a week.
Looking ahead, please prepare accordingly for heavier traffic at school during drop off and pick up times beginning next week. To help ease the congestion after school, we will be dismissing students who ride the bus 15 minutes early, so the school buses can depart from campus at the dismissal bell. We’re hoping this will allow parents to begin picking up students as soon as they reach the pick-up areas. Having your child’s name clearly marked on a sheet of paper on your dashboard is a big help. Please
contact our office if you need a replacement, and we will be sure to send one

Please rest assured that we will be layering mitigating strategies at school to the greatest

extent possible to ensure everyone’s health and safety. To help us with this, we ask that

you continue daily wellness checks at home and also follow the Return to Work/School

Criteria. Taking these steps in addition to proper mask wearing and hand hygiene on campus

will help keep everyone healthy and safe as we conclude the school year.
As the new principal of Kalaheo Elementary School, I am excited and look forward to taking

this next step into the 4th quarter of the 2020-21 school year. Please do not hesitate to call or

email me anytime you have a question or concern. Thank you again for your continued support, and I look forward to working together.
Brian Godsill
Kalaheo Elementary School