Know your privacy rights as they apply to 1) student record information; 2) directory information; 3) surveys and other information colletion; and 4) military recruitment information. For more information on your privacy rights, the laws that protect them, and how to exercise your rights, contact your school administrator or visit http://ferpa.k12.hi.us
Equity Specialist for Schools in the Pearl City - Waipahu Complex
You may also contact this person for questions or concerns relating to non-discrimination and anti-harassment at your school:
SHARI A. DELA CUADRA
Equity Specialist (Pearl City-Waipahu Complex)
HIDOE Civil Rights Compliance Office
Mailing Address: Civil Rights Compliance Branch,
Attn: Shari A. Dela Cuadra
P.O. Box 2360 Honolulu, Hawaii 96804
Phone: (808) 629-9114
Email: [email protected]
National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Stormwater Pro
Polluted stormwater runoff is a leading cause of impairment to the nearly 40 percent of surveyed U.S. water bodies which do not meet water quality standards. Over land or via storm sewer systems, polluted runoff is discharged, often untreated, directly into local water bodies. When left uncontrolled, this water pollution can result in the destruction of fish, wildlife, and aquatic life habitats; a loss in aesthetic value; and threats to public health due to contaminated food, drinking water supplies, and recreational waterways.
Mandated by Congress under the Clean Water Act, the NPDES Stormwater Program is a comprehensive two-phased national program for addressing the non-agricultural sources of stormwater discharges which adversely affect the quality of our nation's waters. The program uses the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permitting mechanism to require the implementation of controls designed to prevent harmful pollutants from being washed by stormwater runoff into local water bodies.
To learn more about NPDES in relation to the city and county of Honolulu as well as Waipahu High School please read the other Public Notices on the WHS website.