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WELCOME to our school website

As principal of Pū‘ōhala Elementary School since 2003, I am pleased and privileged to serve as the administrator of this fine school. Pū‘ōhala has a long history of academic excellence and strong community values. The teachers are amongst the finest in the district, and we have boasted two Teacher of the Year State finalists. The staff members are nurturing anAlexis Kane, Puoahla Elementary Principald supportive to all students as we strive to live our vision statement:

Pū‘ōhala Elementary School will be a place where all students experience success in a positive, safe and challenging learning environment.

Pū‘ōhala is a unique learning community where English and Hawaiian Immersion programs thrive side-by-side in an atmosphere of challenging curriculum and engaging teaching strategies. The small population allows the staff to know and care about each and every child that attends school on this campus.

Please browse through this website to obtain information that would be helpful to you. Should you have any questions or if you would like to visit the campus and classrooms, please feel free to contact me at 233-5660.

Aloha,
Alexis Kāne
Pū‘ōhala Principal
Windward O‘ahu 2010 Distinguished Principal of the Year

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Seeds of Change

Special Event!
Please visit Seeds of Change Voting Gallery and type in 96744 in the zip code box. Encourage all 'ohana to vote every day. If we receive the top 50 online votes nationwide our school moves on to the next judging level with a chance to win $20,000 for a garden on our campus.The voting period ends on April 21, 2014.
Papa Mākua submitted the grant, but it is a garden for EVERYONE. On Sunrise Hawaii the anchors will be interviewing several of the Hawaiian Immersion students about their education and experience at Ke Kula Kaiapuni ‘O Pū‘ōhala
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Please watch our keiki early Thursday 4/10 and Friday 4/11 mornings!


April Events

12—‘Imi Pono Concert and Craft Fair 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
14—Easter Egg Hunt Donations Due
16—Papa Mākua Meeting 6 p.m. in Cafeteria
17—Easter Egg Hunt (PTA) at 1 p.m.
18—No School: Good Friday
19—Mauka to Makai Environmental Expo 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
19— 96744 Fair at Castle Hight 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
21— Last Day to Vote for Seeds of Change Grant
25—Castle Complex Track Meet
29—PTA meeting 6 p.m. at Zippys on William Henry Road
30—POPS Assembly

NewsNOW
Click here to View our HLIP keiki and kumu perform for Hawai'i nei on Hawii News Now Sunrise

May Events
 1—McTeacher's Night at Windward City Shopping Center McDonalds 4:30-7:30 p.m.
 6—Fieldtrip: Ice Palace Service Reward (Peer mediators, JPOs, Student Council)
 8— Stone Soup Night from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
21—Papa Mākua meeting 6 p.m. Cafe
23—Quarterly Celebration for grades 3-6 at 1 p.m.     
26—No School: Good Friday
28—6th Grade Fun Day
28—School ends at 12:35 p.m.
29—Awards Assembly and 6th grade promotion
29—School Ends at 12:35 p.m.
29—Last Day for Students; report cards given
29—End of 4th quarter and 2nd semester
30—No School: Last day for Teachers only

Students return August 1, 2014 (new school/bell schedule)
Stay tuned for Welcome Back Celebration/Open House at the end of July.

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Official Hawai‛i DOE School Calendar 2014-2015 in pdf

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Spirit Week

See if you can discern which photos match with which day: Neon, Black, Mix/Match, Red Carpet and 60's/70's Day.

 

School Supply List 2013-2014 in pdf for English and HLIP
Official Hawai‛i DOE School Calendar 2013-2014 in pdf
Hawai‛i DOE Website

 

 

School Vision and Mission
Pū‘ōhala Elementary School will be a place where all students experience success in a positive, safe, and challenging learning environment.


Our mission is to develop each student academically, socially, physically, and emotionally to reach his/her fullest potential as contributing members of society.

School Location (Map)

Policies and Procedures
Our School Handbook in web form.

Ka Leo O Pū‘ōhala
Our School Newsletter in color!

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Strive HI Overview

The Strive HI Performance System, approved by the U.S. Department of Education in May 2013, replaces the federal No Child Left Behind law with a system better designed to meet the needs of Hawaii’s students, educators and schools.

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News from our PTA / Papa Mākua
Join the PTA! It's easy... just a click away for the Membership Form. The yearly dues are tax deductible. Donations are welcome, too! Your kokua is greatly appreciated. For more information about the PTA and Papa Mākua, click on the stars  starstar

Click here for 2013
McTeacher Night at McDonalds
and Imu Fundraiser

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The Student Council sy2013-2014

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President:
Odyn Kāne
Vice President:
'Alohi Baker
Mana Arboleda
Treasurer:
Anuhea Smith
Secretary:
Chaelee Lorico
Advisor:
Miss Sam Peters


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for more info about our school!

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