Iliahi is a place where:

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.  



SY 2024-2025 School Lists Now Available

View the SY 2024-2025 School Supply List

Letter From Principal Yukumoto Regarding Incident on Tuesday, May 28

Please read the letter regarding an incident that occurred on Tuesday, May 28 (click image below)

Join the #808Reads summer reading challenge to read, learn, & play all summer long!

Students and families will have access to free reading and enrichment activities all summer long.  Resources include a reading challenge through Beanstack, the Sora eBook collection, live virtual author visits, online book discussions, and other engaging and fun summer activities selected especially for students by a team of certified school librarians.

All students and families are invited to log their summer reading and participate in the summer reading challenge.  Please complete this form to receive email announcements, updates, and information about virtual events your children can participate in this summer.

April 2024 Parent  Bulletin Now Available

View the April 2024 Parent Bulletin


Calendar subject to change without notice (click on event for more information)

Health and Safety

Reporting Absences

If your child is absent, the parent or legal guardian (not relative) must contact the school at (808) 622-6411 or email the school at iliahiel@k12.hi.us for each day of the absence.  Please contact the school between 7:30 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. because the school needs to account for every student each school day.  When you contact us, homework may be requested and picked up in the office between 2:15 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. for students who are absent for two or more consecutive days.   An automated phone message will still be used to contact parents every day that your child is absent to remind you that a written note is needed upon your child’s return to school.  

For more information about our Attendance Procedures, please view our Parent-Student Handbook.

Quick Links

Opportunities for Students and Families

Box Tops for Education

Help schools raise money through you receipts of selected products

A+ Program

Pre-Register now for A+ After School Care for the SY 2023-2024

Hale O Ulu

Academic Tutoring and Life Coaching

Speak Now DOE

Anti Bullying App

Hazel Health

Free Mental Health Support for Students

Building Blocks Hawaii

Free Pre K Program

National School Lunch Program

Iliahi Elementary School is a Seamless Summer Option closed school site which will provide meals to only students who are enrolled at their school site.  

Beginning March 22, 2021, Grab and Go service for Distance Learning students will be located at Leilehua High School (LHS).  Please call LHS for the Grab and Go meal times.   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. 


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

 “This institution is an equal opportunity provider.”

Annual Notice of Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Statement

Annual Notice of Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Statement

Click here to view the Annual Notice of Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Statement.

Central District Equity Specialist

Michael Murakami

Phone: (808) 600-9299

Email: michael_murakami@notes.k12.hi.us

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).