School Bulletin

September 29, 2020


Aloha e nā ʻohana o Hau‘ula,
As we come to the close of Quarter 1 - mahalo nui to all of our kumu, staff,
haumāna and ‘ohana. Despite the continued challenges the pandemic presents,
we continue to persevere and remain hopeful that we are doing all that we can
to make this a great year. Here are some important dates coming up:
FALL DATES:
➢ October 2: Quarter 1 ends
➢ October 5-9: Fall Break
➢ October 12: Kahuku Complex Waiver Day, No school for students All
schools in the Kahuku Complex will not have school on this day. (our next
common PC day is November 2)
➢ October 13-16: Teachers will be contacting families for as needed parent
conferences.
➢ October 21-23: Report cards will be ready for pick up at the office from
7:30am-4:00pm (report cards not picked up will be mailed by Friday,
October 23)
➢ October 26-30: As needed parent conferences starting at 12:30pm.

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School Bulletin

September 21, 2020


Aloha e nā ʻohana o Hau‘ula,


HIDOE UPDATES:
On September 17, HIDOE announced that they will use newly released guidance
from the Hawaii State Department of Health (DOH) to plan for appropriate
learning models for the remainder of the academic year HIDOE Press Release.


We will begin Quarter 2 as a continuation of learning from home. Schools will be
working as a Complex Area to consider a gradual transition to blended learning
opportunities as we continue to monitor COVID case activity against the DOH
metrics. We will keep you notified as soon as we have more information. We
understand that some of you may have questions about wanting to continue
distance learning. Please look for a survey that will be coming out soon.

‘OHANA NIGHT - SEPTEMBER 30:
Please save the date for our first ‘Ohana Night which will be held virtually on
Wednesday, September 30 from 3:30pm-4:30pm. We will be sharing information
about our Title 1 Program, Academic Plan Goals... Continue Reading>>>

School Bulletin

September 14, 2020


Aloha e nā ʻohana o Hau‘ula,


We are starting our weekly bulletin again to keep our ‘ohana updated on the
latest school information. These updates will be posted regularly on our
website: http://www.hauulaelementary.com with informal reminders posted to
our social media pages on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter under: @hauula_el -
so make sure to follow us. HIDOE updates can be found on the department’s
website at www.hawaiipublicschools.org


On August 27, HIDOE announced that schools on O’ahu and most neighbor
island schools will continue the Learn from Home phase of distance learning
through the first quarter, which ends on October 2nd. To provide insight and
details of what that means for your keiki, please review the following
information from our Distance Learning Framework.


Teachers are using curriculum and resources that we already have in place
while focusing on essential standards and grade level skills that have been
determined to be the most important during this quarter. Continue Reading>>>

Letter to Hau'ula 'Ohana

August 20,2020


Aloha e na 'ohana o Hau'ula,


We were made aware that a school employee was in close contact with a family member who was in close contact with a positive COVID-19 case. We are taking necessary precautions to keep our students and staff safe by following the Hawaii Department of Health (DOH) guidance. The employee will not be returning to campus and will be in quarantine until we receive documentation of a negative test result. We have notified those students and staff who may have come into close contact with the employee. Again, we have not been made aware of any positive COVID-19 cases acquired from campus. We wanted to inform you of the action steps we are taking to continue to keep our school community safe.


The Department of Health (DOH) defines close contact as being within 6 feet of the person for 15 minutes or longer or having direct contact with the infected person's secretions (e.g., coughed directly into face of contact, hugging). The DOH is the lead agency when it comes to officially notifying individuals who are considered close contacts. Continue Reading >>>

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