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Aloha and welcome to Ka'elepulu Elementary School's website. Our school is located on the windward side of O'ahu beneath Olomana Hills and besides Ka'elepulu Pond, otherwise known as Enchanted Lake.
  • PTSA Teacher Wish List
    While enjoying some down time this week, perhaps you'd like to take a look at the Teacher's Wish List to see if there are any items you can donate to your child's classroom.
    Posted Oct 13, 2017, 3:35 PM by Jamie Dela Cruz
  • Fun Fair & Give Aloha Campaign
    Aloha Ka`elepulu Ohana,

    MAHALO NUI LOA for all your help with the Fun Fair this past Saturday!!  We appreciate all of you that volunteered your tents, tables, generators, those that donated baked goods, ice, sodas for the Student Council tent. Thank you to those of you who donated your time to set up, run games, break down/cleanup.  It was great to see the Ka`elepulu Ohana working together for our keiki.

    Thanks to your help, we were able to raise $9500!! This money will be used to help pay for our Music, Art and Physical Education programs. 

    If you have not already picked up your items, please come by after school today. The items are in the MPR.

    This Friday begins the Give Aloha campaign at Foodland. It will continue through the month of September. When you make a purchase, you can add on a donation up to $249 specifically for Ka`elepulu. Our school code is 78814.

    Come join us for the next PTSA meeting on 9/12 from 5:30-6:30 in the Library. Please find attached the minutes from our last meeting on 8/15.

    Ka`elepulu PTSA  
    Posted Sep 1, 2017, 2:15 PM by Evan Isono
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  • Fire up Your Feet to End Program Assistance

    Fire Up Your Feet Farewell and Thank You

    The Fire Up Your Feet team has been continually inspired by all of the students, families, school staff, and larger school communities that have participated in the program throughout the years and shown their dedication and enthusiasm for physical activity and healthy, active lifestyles. Take a look at the success stories from schools in each region this spring for just a few examples of creative ways that schools have created demand for physical activity!

    The Fire Up Your Feet initiative was part of Kaiser Permanente’s overall Thriving Schools efforts to create a culture of health and wellness for students, staff, and teachers in schools. While the program has been a tremendous success across the Kaiser Permanente regions, it will be suspended at the end of August. 
    Posted Jul 21, 2017, 3:49 PM by Jamie Dela Cruz
  • Fire up you Feet!

    Congratulations Students, Faculty, Staff, and families!
    Your health and wellness awareness and practice has brought us this award. Mahalo for seeking the healthy ways to wellness. Aloha to Mrs. Robin Agcaoili and PE Teacher Teramura for 'tracking' us to this acknowledgement of progress. This award will be used to further Health and Wellness in our school communities.

    Final Challenge Awards are calculated by the following formula: Total number of students, parents/guardians and school staff that tracked during the Challenge period, divided by school enrollment. Schools are not able to win 1st place two challenges in a row. If a school wins a first-place award the previous Challenge, they are eligible to win all other awards including 2nd and 3rd place. 
    Posted May 25, 2017, 6:06 PM by Jamie Dela Cruz
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  • Ka`elepulu Garden
    Event this weekend:  It is always good to give back to the community so there is a unique opportunity this weekend on Saturday, 14 Oct from 9-1 to help clear, restore and replant the surrounding areas and lo'i of the Ulupo Heiau and Kawainui Fishpond located in the back of the Windward YMCA.  Let me know if anyone is interested!  Here is more info: 

    Posted Oct 13, 2017, 2:56 PM by Jamie Dela Cruz
  • 2017 Fun Faire
    Aloha Ka`elepulu Ohana!

    The annual Ka`elepulu Community Fun Fair is coming this Saturday from 11am-7pm! We hope you will all join us, and invite your family, friends and neighbors.  We truly want this to be a day for our Community to come together, enjoy each other and all that we have planned!  It will be a fun-filled day with a multitude of games for the kids, including bouncy houses, many carnival games and even a ninja warrior course!  We will have a variety of food trucks to entertain your taste buds. There will be vendor booths so you can do a little shopping while the kids play games. Bring your blanket to enjoy the live entertainment all day! All the proceeds go to the Ka`elepulu PTSA which supports the Art, Music and PE programs at Ka`elepulu, as well as other events including Field Day in May.

    The Student Council will have a booth selling baked goods and drinks (sodas, juice boxes, water bottles).  We need your help to stock them with supplies to be able to run their booth all day!  Please bring any donation of drinks or baked goods (individually bagged/wrapped) to school Friday morning at drop-off, Friday afternoon at pick-up or by 8am Saturday morning.  We are also in need of tents, tables and generators. Any of these items can be dropped off as well. PTSA members will be at the curb during drop-off and pick-up to collect your donations. 

    We still need volunteers to help run games throughout the Fun Fair.  Come watch the excitement on the kids' faces while they try their best to toss that bean bag through the ladybug dots or pick that lucky duck with the star! Please contact Nicolle Grimes (Nicole_Grimes/KAELEPULU/ to volunteer.  The slots are in 2 hour increments.

    Thank you in advance for your support of the 2017 Ka`elepulu Community Fun Fair! 

    Ka`elepulu PTSA 
    Posted Aug 23, 2017, 1:48 PM by Jamie Dela Cruz
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