Updated 8.28.2020 - Click on the link: HIDOE Learn from Home extended till 10/2/20 to learn more about HIDOE announcement to extend the Learn from Home phase of Distance Learning to the end of the first quarter. You can also visit http://www.hawaiipublicschools.org/Pages/Home.aspx to review the lastest news from the HIDOE
REMINDER: Please continue to turn in your signed forms to firstname.lastname@example.org. The TRUF and SPAV forms are necessary to take part in the Distance Learning environment.
Return required - Student Publication Audio Visual (SPAV) Release form Don't forget to check off the YES/No box before turning it in.No Return Required - Tech Responsible User Guidelines (TRUG)
Updated 8.16.2020 - Click on this link: Principal's letter to parents 8.16.2020 to read about this week's schedule. NO face to face meeting scheduled this week but students will need to check in with their teachers.
August 18th (Tues) and 20th (Thurs)
Students will need to check in with their teachers virtually online. Please check into the Google Classroom via Student School Google accounts. Students will need to have their Technology Responsible User Form (TRUF) turned in as well as their Publication Audio/Visual release form in order to use their Google Account. These forms can be downloaded (links below) and signed copies can be emailed to email@example.com or dropped off at the school.
August 17th (Mon) and 19th (Wed)
Computer devices for students that requested a device will continue on these days from 8:00 am to 3:30 pm. Please make sure to bring your signed copies of your TRUF, Audio/Visual release form and Student ID to receive your device.
Updated 8.14.2020 - Read about the changes for August 17th to 20th, the opening week of school. There will be no face to face meeting between students and teachers during this week but teachers will host virtual classes on August 18th (Tuesday) and August 20th (Thursday) that students need to log in to participate. Students should also check if they can access their school gmail account. Click on this link: How to access my school gmail account for more information. A teacher should be reaching out to you to explain the changes.
As a reminder, required forms are linked below and will need to be completed for each student and returned.
We thank you for your flexibility and understanding during this time. Please keep updated by continuing to visit this article for new information. It will be added here as it becomes available regarding the opening of school.
Updated 8.7.2020 - Oahu Public Schools will open on August 17th with four weeks of full distance learning. Click on the link for the DOE press release announcing the change and phase approach to start the school year. Please check back for an update on our school changes in bell schedules and parent and student learning responsibilities to start the school year.
The Department of Education has also launched the Ohana Help Desk for tech support for our parents and students. The Help Desk also offers support for our multi-lingual families. Click on the link for more information.
Updated 7.23.2020 - Added the Parent Handbook for the Opening of School Year 2020-21. The handbook contains a wide range of information from the Bell schedule to outlining Health and Safety procedures. Please take some time to review.
The start of school year 2020-21 will begin on August 4th 2020. The year will start off with 9 days of students being released by 1:00 pm. Click on the attached bell schedules for this school year to review the times. Any updates will be posted this to page. Please visit this page often for updated information.
Click on the link below to review all HIDOE press releases for COVID-19 updates. Scroll to the bottom of the page for COVID-19 material in multiple languages.