Sunrise: The sunrise signals a new day.
Just as a new day gives everyone the opportunity
to make the most out of it, our children are in the
sunrise of life and have their hopes, dreams &
opportunities ahead of them.
Mt. Haupu: The green represents learning and growth.
The mountains symbolize our unchanging
foundation/purpose to ensure learning for all students.
Red Children: Children are our passion.
They motivate us to be the best we can be.
They are the heartbeat of our school.
Purple Band: Purple is the Kalaheo School color.
Strive for P.R.I.D.E.
Kalaheo Students Strive to Demonstrate School Pride
P Positive Problem Solver
R Respects Self, Others and Property
I Independent Learner
D Does Quality Work
E Effective Communicator & User of Technology
Kalaheo School Song
Words by Mrs. Sachiko Grollman
Sung to the tune of "It's a Small World"
"It's a place of joy and learning.
It's a place of growth and full promise
It's a place where rainbows arch and embrace.
Together we will strive.
Kalaheo School, we care.
Kalaheo School, we share.
Kalaheo School we love for our glorious paths tomorrow."
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.
Welcome back to Kalaheo School! On behalf of the faculty and staff I want to share how excited everyone is to have the kids back in school. Summer is a great time for camping, going to the beach, visiting friends and family on vacation and free time to learn and explore new things, but here school gets boring after a while without the children. They are the heartbeat of our school and the only reason we exist.
There were a lot of improvements to our campus while you were away. Kato Gym received a new roof and will have rain gutters installed; B building was also fitted with a new roof and a lot of termite damage repair. Portables P-2 and P-3 have a new covered porch and the walkway from the library to A building has a new roof as well. The conversion to solar power is moving along. The final punch list is being completed and we are hoping to turn over to solar power soon. Thank you for your patience these past few years during the continuous construction improvement projects. Soon our grass will be back and our campus will be in top shape again.
Please thank all of these Kalaheo School servants when you see them. Mahalo for sending your children to Kalaheo School. We are honored to partner with you in their development through formal education. Let's make this one of the best years ever!
Sincerely, Erik Burkman
Kalaheo Elementary School
4400 Maka Rd, Kalaheo,
Kauai, Hawaii 96741
Mon - Fri 7:00 am - 4:00 pm
Sat - Sun CLOSED