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WELCOME MESSAGE


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.
BULLETIN BOARD
  • November 16th Parent Bulletin
    Posted by Evan Isono
  • Courage Kits
    Posted Nov 15, 2017, 7:50 PM by Jamie Dela Cruz
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NUTRITION AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
  • American Heart Association November Newsletter
    Posted Nov 13, 2017, 2:18 PM by Evan Isono
  • 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
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UPCOMING EVENTS

ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Parent Homework Survey
    Aloha mai e Kakou,
    We need your input. Please share your thoughts on Homework here: https://goo.gl/forms/RXHngrZepyaxkVxV2
    Mahalo in advance for your insights.
    Posted Nov 9, 2017, 4:05 PM by Jamie Dela Cruz
  • Parking
    Just a friendly reminder

    Please DO NOT PARK IN ANY STALLS, as these are reserved for our staff. If you are walking your child to class, please park on the street. We have two "visitor" parking stalls which you may park in; they are the first two stalls nearest the MPR as you are entering the parking lot. If those stalls are taken, please park on the street. Handicap parking is located on the side of the MPR for those with a placard who will be walking their children to class.
    Posted Oct 24, 2017, 3:08 PM by Kaelepulu Elementary
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