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Hoike 2018: Maui No Ka ‘Oi

Friday, May 18, 2018 our keiki performed for parents and staff, at our Maui No Ka ‘Oi May Day 2018 performance. Thank you parents for the generous plant donations that we received to help beautify our field and thank you to tall the staff for putting your time and effort into making this May Day a success! A big and special mahalo to Kumu Noelani for being our Hawaiiana teacher, Jin Keenan and Sam Keli‘iho‘omalu for providing the music, and Reality Honolulu for letting us use the tent! Great job students!!


WASC Accreditation

It is with great honor to announce that Ali‘iolani Elementary School has been given a Six Year Accreditation Status through June 30, 2024. This accreditation status is based on our self- study report and the satisfactory completion of the on site accreditation visit. We appreciate all of the hard work by all of our staff and the dedication of our staff in seeing this process through to the end. For us the journey to excellence is not over and we will continue to make progress and provide excellent services for our students, parents, and community.

The K.A.P. Pack

K - Kuleana (Responsibility)

A - Alaka‘i (Leadership)

P - Po‘okela (Strive for Excellence)

Congratulations to the recipients of our K.A.P. Pack - Effective and Ethical Users of Technology Award!

Gr.K-2 winners: Izabella W. & Ly P.

Gr.3-5 winners: Haley S. & Jordan N.

Selected faculty & staff (KAP Pack Ninjas) nominate students who consistently displayed the ability to use a variety of technologies effectively and ethically. Students from Grades K-2, and students from Grades 3-5 are then selected by our K.A.P. Pack Ninjas as a high achiever in the GLO-Effective and Ethical Users of Technology. Each winner received a K.A.P. Pack bag with a water bottle, sunglasses, magnetic bumper sticker, sticker and T-Shirt all with the K.A.P. Pack logo.

Drone Fly-Over

We were lucky to have been introduced to John Johnson through our Friends of Ali‘iolani (FOA) President Mr. and Mrs. Chong.

John was able to film our school from 400 feet with his drone and captured some amazing photos that allow us to see our school's physical space in a different light. He also was able to get all students and staff in a big "A" with Diamond Head and the Honolulu cityscape in the background.

We are so thankful to John for donating his time and energy and making our school a true work of art for all to see. If you would like to see more of John's work please visit his website at http://onebreathphoto.com.

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DARE Hawaii

On November 7, 2017 our Fifth Graders graduated from the DARE Hawaii program. DARE Hawaii conducts classes annually to elementary, middle, and high school students, with the purpose of teaching our keiki to make safe and responsible decisions to resist alcohol, drugs, tobacco, violence, and other risky situations to lead a safe and healthy life. The program gets young people to relate to law enforcement as people of the community in a helping role by opening the lines of communication between law enforcement and the youth. DARE Hawaii is committed to providing information beyond drug related topics while creating an open dialogue between the schools, police, and parents to deal with other issues. DARE Hawaii is committed to teaching our keiki of Hawaii to be respectable and responsible citizens.