Registration for Wahiawa Middle School due by February 26 (for current 5th graders)
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Complete 6th Grade Registration Form
Sign-up for Iliahi's Read to Grow Your Mind Event by Thursday, March 4, 2021
Please join us for Iliahi Elementary School’s Virtual Family Literacy Night: Read to Grow Your Mind!
Monday, March 8 at 4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Calendar subject to change without notice (click on event for more information)
Virtual Family Literacy Night Read to Grow Your Mind, Monday, March 8, 2021 Sign-Up.
If you are interested in attending this virtual family event please click here to sign-up for the event by March 4, 2021.
2020-2021 Yearbook Order Form
Letter regarding WIIN Project: Testing for Lead in Drinking Water at Schools and Child Care Facilities
Letter regarding accurate accounting of students for the 2021-2022 school year.
Return to Learn for Quarter 3
New Return to School Criteria for Students with COVID-19-like Symptoms of Illness
Opportunities for Families
National School Lunch Program
We are excited to announce that Iliahi Elementary School is participating in the Seamless Summer Option meal program. All child(ren) 18 years and younger in the community will be served meals at no charge.
The curbside distribution service will be used to minimize interaction between the school staff and community.
The student’s parent or guardian may pick up breakfast and lunch everyday (Monday through Friday, except Federal or State holidays) without the child(ren) being present. However, beginning October 13, distance learning students will be given two meals (breakfast and lunch) which will be served at the same time, during 11:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. The breakfast is intended to be a meal for the next school day. (i.e. Student picks up lunch on October 13 and will receive breakfast for October 14.)
The meal hours are listed to the left of this section. Please check our school’s calendar which lists the non-schools days on which meal service will not be available.
The parent or guardian is required to bring an approved document of verification to identify the child(ren). Refer to the list of approved documents.
LIST OF ACCEPTABLE DOCUMENTS:
All parents and guardians must provide one of the following documents to receive a meal for their child(ren).
A. Child(ren) School ID card(s)
B. Official letter/email from school listing child(ren) enrolled
C. Recent individual child(ren) report card(s)
D. Attendance record(s) from parent portal of school website
E. Birth Certificate
F. State ID
G. High school student's driver license
For safety reasons, distance learning students that walk to school to pick up meals are to wait by the "stop sign" that is located at the corner of the cafeteria. A staff member will bring the meal to you. Be sure to walk on the sidewalk at all times.
“This institution is an equal opportunity provider.”
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Annual Notice of Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Statement
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Central District Equity Specialist
Phone: (808) 600-9299
The Complex Area Equity Specialist addresses complaints relating to conduct based on a student's race, color, national origin, sex, physical or mental disability, religion, gender identity and expression, socio-economic status, physical appearance and characteristic or sexual orientation. The Complex Area Equity Specialist also acts as the coordinator for Title IX (gender equity), Language Access, Reasonable Accommodations and as the primary resource for issues relating to Title VII (employment discrimination).
Iliahi is a place where:
Students learn and grow to their fullest potential. (GLO #1)
Everyone works together to develop the whole child. (GLO’S #2, #5, #6)
Everyone Inspires, Engages, and is Student centered. (GLO #3)
Students are learning to accept challenges and persevere. (GLO #1, #3, #4)
MISSION (GLO's #1-6)
Iliahi Elementary School is committed to establishing a strong foundation, encouraging active and creative learning through the support of all stakeholders. We instill in all students the desire to become lifelong learners and problem solvers in the community and global society.
All students are valued individuals with unique intellectual, physical, social, and emotional needs.
All students can learn and develop to their fullest potential in a supportive learning environment.
All stakeholders share in the responsibility for developing the whole child.
Our commitment to continuous improvement is imperative.