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 contact the office at 305-5900.
The school supply list for English/HLIP is posted.
Check the Meal Services link for the new prices for sy2015-2016. Students need to have money in their account before purchasing their meals. Negative balances will be receiving a phone call from our office staff. Prompt payment and advanced payment are greatly appreciated! Mahalo.
Also, please obtain an application for free and reduced meals if your income status has changed.
Principal Makala Pa‘akaula
Our po‘o kumu attended Pū‘ōhala as a child. She is the product of Castle Complex schools with a son at Castle High and another at Kahuku High and Intermediate. Po‘o kumu Makala views her principalship as a chance to give back to the community, provide leadership that makes a difference and make student-centered decisions.
“I believe in the ripple effect and now I have greater impact on how far the ripples travel. It’s my kuleana.”
Spirit Week! Aug. 31 to September 4
Fall Picture Taking: August 31
Change in Dismissal times: Wed. Sept. 2 is 2:05 and Friday, Sept. 4 is 1:15 p.m.
FUN FAIR --August 4 from 1-7 p.m. Please volunteer for shifts! Call the office to help out.
No School: Mon. Sept. 7 -Labor Day
POPS Assembly: Tues. Sept. 8
Grandparents Luncheon: Friday, September 11 for registered participants
What a wonderful present! Our school library received 23 hardcover books from the generous members of the Rotary Club of Kāneʻohe. Our keiki will enjoy the various picture books, fiction, nonfiction, and books written in Hawaiian! Independent reading is the key to success in school as well as a great way to spend the day. Books explore ideas and develop our imagination; they entertain, inform and inspire us. Mahalo for encouraging our students to be lifelong learners and lover of literature!
What We Believe
Huli ka lima i lalo -Add your hands to the growth of the malā'Ōlelo No'eau
Pūpūkahi i holomua -Unite to move forward - work together to make great progress'Ōlelo No'eau
Students are ready to learn. School and classroom success is built on the 5 R's : respect, responsibility, relationships, resilience and resourcefulness.–