Kalaheo Elementary School is committed to
keeping all children safe while they are in
our care. Whether they are riding on our
buses, playing on our playgrounds or
learning in our classrooms, our employees
are dedicated to maintaining a healthy and
VISITORS TO KALAHEO
Please be reminded that all parents and
other visitors must sign in at the
administration office and to get a visitor's
pass to wear. This is for your child's
safety and for yours in case of emergency.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Traffic safety rules are continually
emphasized. Please become familiar with the
safety rules that are in place and follow
them strictly while on the school campus.
Students being dropped off and picked up
must follow the proper procedures to ensure
the safety for our keiki.
In case of inclement weather, be sure to
listen to local radio or television stations
for announcements of school delays or
WARNING! DO NOT COME ON CAMPUS in
the event of a lockdown, evacuation
similar activity taking place at school.
During a critical event, the primary
responsibility of school staff, district
staff and emergency responders is to keep
the campus and its occupants safe while the
situation is resolved. People gathered
outside, can themselves be at risk, and may
distract us from our primary duty of student
safety. Students will be released only after
we receive the "all clear" from higher
If you hear of a possible situation on or
near campus, please call us. Our staff
regularly practices evacuations, lock down
procedures, and fire drills. These drills
are designed to provide our teachers and
staff with the knowledge and tools to
protect their students and themselves in the
case of an emergency.
While we can never predict when a critical
event may occur, we strive to be ready to
take immediate action, use the safety
procedures we have established, and protect
our students and staff.
State law requires the regular school
attendance of a child of school age. The
parent or guardian is responsible by law for
making sure that the child attends school
How to Enroll <click here>
Hui O Makua is Kalaheo
Elementary School's grade level parent
leaders. They are volunteers and assist
Mahealani Contrades-Brun (PCNC Facilitator)
in planning monthly events for parents and
students here at school. They also assist
the teachers in finding volunteers for their
classroom's and grade level projects. If you
would like to volunteer and be a part of Hui
O Makua, please see one of the ladies to
sign up or send an email to
K = Lisa “Cali”
1 = Tai-Li Mederios
2 = Wendy
3 = Shaunna GaNun
5 = Kim Melchor
It’s time to join Kalaheo School PTSA for
the 2013-2014 School Year!
excited to kick off the new school year!
PTSA can make a huge difference at Kalaheo
School. We need your help and support, the
more volunteers we have the more we can
accomplish. Join us for monthly meetings to
express your ideas of ways we can improve
and enrich the lives of our children.
Becoming a member of PTSA helps us maintain
insurance for school field trips and after
school events as well as our 501c3 status.
Our nonprofit status helps us apply for
grants and other funding. Your membership is
one way to help make it all happen!
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VOLUNTEER / DONATE
The students at Kalaheo School are
encouraged to participate in a variety of
learning experiences and extracurricular
activities. Help us provide these
opportunities for our students by
volunteering your time or donating to our
fund drive. Here is a list of some of the
activities and programs you will help
part-time physical education teacher
+ technology for the classroom
grade level supplies
Sunshine Express chorus
earth friendly school
junior patrol officers
family night events
2nd grade flying high air show
5th grade transition
5th grade banquet
and much more!
School Meal Service
Good nutrition is important to learning.
Children behave better, have longer
attention spans and are more eager to learn
when they eat healthy meals. Kalaheo
School’s Food Service Manager, Roy
Matsuyama, and his chef team are working
hard to create a menu that entices students
and parents. We encourage parents to eat
breakfast with their children whenever
possible in the Kalaheo cafeteria. Parents
can purchase breakfast for $2.20 (please
have exact change). When students routinely
start their day with breakfast, chances are
good that it will become a habit that
carries into their teenage and adult years.
Help your child establish that routine and
come to our campus to eat with them- the
meals are delicious and affordable.
A+ After School Program
Parents who are interested in A+
........ A+ currently has a wait list
because A+ staff are hired according to the
amount of children enrolled. We recommend
parents to pick up an application from the
A+ office (between 2:00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.)
and turn in the completed application ASAP.
Once turned in, your child will be added to
our wait list. Placement of child will be on
a first come, first serve basis. Please call
Josie at 332-6807 if you have any questions.
Contact Us, Location, Hours
4400 Maka Road
Kalaheo, HI 96741
Mon-Fri 7:00AM to 3:30PM
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.