IMPORTANT DATES & INFORMATION
If you have any questions, you can email us at email@example.com
You may also leave a message on our campus phones, messages will be checked daily and we will contact you as soon as possible.
Kai Koholā (PreK): (808) 209-8116
Hale Lamalama (Papa M-Papa 3): (808) 933-3482
Pā Hoaka (Papa 4-11): (808) 961-0470
ʻOHANA ON-SITE HAUMĀNA CHECK-IN
Aloha e nā ʻohana, for those haumāna who will be coming onto campus, please be sure to complete this daily check-in before you arrive to school. Upon completion, please be sure to save a copy of the submission page (take a screenshot) to confirm that check-in has been completed.
RETURN TO LEARN MODEL via YOUTUBE link
Please click on the link above to watch a video on Ka ʻUmekeʻs return to learn model that we will be following for the remainder of the school year. It will also be shared via BLOOMZ via your keikiʻs kumu. If you have any questions after watching please post them in the google doc HERE and we will answer them ASAP.
Monday, January 4th: NO SCHOOL…KUMU WORK DAY ONLY
Tuesday, January 5th: First day of school for 3rd quarter
NO KEIKI ON CAMPUS UNTIL TUESDAY, JANUARY 19th
E NĀ ʻOHANA!!!!
ATTENTION E NĀ MĀKUA
Please go to our ʻOhana Engagement page for more information about different family & community events happening at Ka ʻUmeke.
ʻŌlelo Help & Classes
Starting September 20th, Kumu Kaliko Trapp will be offering office hours on Sundays from 1-3pm and Thursdays 4-5pm. Kumu Trapp is available to help with all your ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi questions and with haʻawina for ʻohana and haumāna. Beginning in October interested ʻohana will be able to sign up for access to ʻōlelo classes and other subscription based content that will be free to our ʻohana. Visit oleloonline.com to learn more. The Zoom ID and password for his office hours is 895 053 1868, there is no password it is a open Zoom room.
Check out our weekly newsletter, Ka Lama
Aloha e nā ʻohana,
Please take our Distance Learning Survey
Let us know how we’re doing, your concerns, etc.
FIRST DAY PACKETS FOR ʻOHANA
can be found here.
HE UI A HE NĪNAU
If you missed the orientation, please click on the KʻUK Hemo Kula SY20-21 link below. Mahalo!
KʻUK Hemo Kula SY20-21
August 7, 2020
Aloha e nā ʻohana Ka ʻUmeke Kāʻeo,
This is the orientation information shared with our ʻohana during our orientation meetings held last week and this week. Please review and direct any questions you may have to firstname.lastname@example.org. Mahalo nui!
Aloha e nā Mākua,
Please complete survey below ASAP for each of your keiki, if you have not already done so.
Student Instruction Survey Q1
A MESSAGE FROM OUR POʻOKUMU: 7/28/2020 FROM BLOOMZ POST ON 7/23/2020:
LINK FOR OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR
LINK FOR REVISED INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN: shorturl.at/psIJ2
KʻUK Reopening Version 2
A MESSAGE FROM OUR POʻOKUMU:
Aloha kākou e nā ʻohana Ka ʻUmeke Kāʻeo,
Mahalo for your patience and understanding as we prepare for the reopening of next school year. We know that you have all been waiting for information on what school reopening for Ka ʻUmeke is going to look like.
In designing our instructional program we are following guidance from the BOE/DOE/DOH and HSTA and are putting processes in place that will best ensure the health and safety of our keiki and staff. In our planning, we are prioritizing face to face as much as possible for our elementary grades to support our mission and vision of ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi acquisition but also ensuring we have plans in place for distancing learning as necessary. We will be meeting with faculty and staff this week to discuss our model for reopening and will have more detailed information for you early next week.
For now please plan for the first day of instruction to be on August 6th and all instruction will be half days until August 14. Full days of instruction will begin on August 17th. We will be communicating via one-call, Bloomz, our website and will send informational letters out as well.
Mahalo nui for your patience and as always feel free to reach out to us at 933-3482 or 961-0470 if you have any questions or concerns.
***UPDATE 8/4/20: For haumāna in Kumu Wina’s Papa 1, most school supplies have been donated. Only supplies needed are: 1 pencil pouch for 3-ring binder and 1 plastic pencil box. MAHALO!***
*Please click on hyperlink above for more information.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that gives parents certain protections with regard to their children’s education records, such as report cards, transcripts, disciplinary records, contact and family information, and class schedules. As a parent, you have the right to review your child’s education records and to request changes under limited circumstances.
School uniforms may be purchased at Creative Arts Hawaiʻi located at
500 Kalanianaʻole Ave.
HOURS OF OPERATION: 8:00a-4:00p
$7.50 (keiki); $8.00 (makua)