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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 beside Ka'elepulu Pond, otherwise known as Enchanted Lake.
  • May 3rd Parent Bulletin
    Posted May 9, 2018, 2:35 PM by Evan Isono
  • Sign up Genius
    May Day is coming up, May 18! Please join us for the May Day Program, starting at 9am. We need your help to make this May Day amazing! Please sign up to donate your time or your greenery. We need potted palms, ti leaf, ginger, heliconia, palm fronds, etc. These can be dropped off on Thursday, May 17 by 2pm. We can assist you in unloading if needed. Please contact We also need your time for either set up on Thursday afternoon at 2:10pm or set up on Friday morning at 6:30am. Aunties, Uncles, Grandparents, Parents and Friends are all welcome to join us in setting up for this event. Please use this link to sign up to help make this year's May Day spectacular!

    Color Run is next Saturday, May 19! If you missed the registration deadline, you are still able to register at the race. There will be a few extra t-shirts & color packets, first come, first served. We are in need of volunteers to help out with the Color Run! From experience last year, the kids really look forward to the Color Stations. This is where they get sprayed with color!! We can use your help for this, along with other posts that need filled. Please see the signup genius below for the various positions we need filled. Times range from 6:30am-10am.

    Our Spring Book Fair is coming up in a couple weeks. Please invite your family and friends to purchase books for their summer reading. The event will be held in the school library. The dates and times will be:

    Monday, May 14 7am-3pm
    Tuesday, May 15, 7am-3pm
    Wednesday, May 16, 7am-3pm
    Thursday, May 17, 7am-3pm
    Friday, May 18, 7am-1:30pm

    Posted May 9, 2018, 2:00 PM by Jamie Dela Cruz
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  • Zero Waste Hui

    Ka'elepulu Elementary is a proud supporter of the Zero Waste movement. Students are learning how to turn uneaten food into resourceful compost. Learn more about this movement with the link below:

    Posted Jan 29, 2018, 3:59 PM by Kaelepulu Elementary
  • American Heart Association November Newsletter
    Posted Nov 13, 2017, 2:18 PM by Evan Isono
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  • Color Run
    Aloha parents! 

    Coming up on Saturday, May 19th is the Ka`elepulu School Color Run! This is a 2 mile color fun run for all and will take place on our own campus. The funds raised from this event will support Ka`elepulu fitness programs! 

    Registration is open now until 4/25. Individual registration is for one participant. Group registration is for two or more participants.
    Registration includes a race bib, color packet and t-shirt! 
    Promotional items are only guaranteed if you register before 4/25.
    Registration is open the day of the event and there will be a few t-shirts and color packets for sale. 
    Registration is open to the community, so please spread the word to anyone you know who may be interested! 

    Check in will begin at 7:00 am. The run will start at 8:00 am. 

    Come have an awesome morning with us and help support a healthy lifestyle for our students! 

    If you know someone who cannot attend this event, but wants to help support our fitness programs, there is a donation option! 

    Thank you! 

    Posted Apr 13, 2018, 3:18 PM by Evan Isono
  • Commmunity Yard Sale

    Is everyone excited for Spring Break next week? I'm sure some of us will be taking vacation, maybe a staycation? Some of us may take the time to do some spring cleaning. If that's the case, please set aside any gently used items for our Community Yard Sale on March 31! If you have so much stuff that you would like your own space to sell your items, just let us know. The fee for a space is $50. We will be accepting donations the day before, Friday, March 30 from 1-4pm. If you need to donate items before then, please contact Claire Roper ( We need some volunteers to help us set up the day before and to help run the yard sale on Saturday. Please visit the signup genius site below to volunteer!

    If you take a walk near the school garden, you'll see some new trees planted by the Garden Club this weekend. There are some between the garden and the compost piles as well as the starting of an "orchard" on the hillside to the left of the garden. We now have Cacao, Calamansi and Lemon trees! Thank you Garden Club volunteers for beautifying our school!
    Posted Mar 16, 2018, 1:49 PM by Evan Isono
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