Nānāikapono Elementary

Due to the COVID-19 situation, for SY 2020-2021, every student will be provided a backpack and their grade level school supplies on the first day of school.  Parents will NOT need to purchase backpacks and school supplies for their children this school year.

Upcoming Events

COVID19-Related School Closure
Date: 5/28/2020
Last Day of School for Students
Date: 5/28/2020
COVID19-Related School Closure
Date: 5/27/2020
COVID19-Related School Closure
Date: 5/26/2020
Memorial Day (Observed) - No School
Date: 5/25/2020

News and Announcements

Nānāikapono CEP / Pandemic EBT- Program

Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) provides eligible families with a one-time payment for each child who
previously received free or reduced-price meals. P-EBT works the same way Supplemental Nutrition Assistance
Program (SNAP) benefits do and will help families get the food they need during the current pandemic. P-EBT will be
administered by the Department of Human Services (DHS) in collaboration with the Department of Education (DOE). Please click to learn more.

Distance Learning Survey for HIDOE Families

Parents and guardians of students enrolled at any
Hawaii public or charter school are invited to take a
distance learning survey.
Your feedback is essential in helping the Hawaii State
Department of Education to better understand your
experiences and needs to plan for the new school year.
Upon completion of the survey,
you will receive an opportunity
to enter a prize drawing for a
new iPad or Chromebook.

YES Project - Mobile Outreach

Mobile outreach to students in unstable housing, to increase identification of students and connect dots between school and home.

Na Mea Pono: Nānāikapono 4th Grade Teachers

FROM KITV NEWS: The Nānāikapono Elementary School 4th Grade Team was nominated for working tireless to prepare class packets and digital learning for their students during the pandemic. The picture shows how much they miss their students!

HOʻĀLA ASSISTANCE PROGRAM - Emergency Financial Assistance

The purpose of the Hoʻāla Assistance Program is to provide one-time emergency financial assistance (up to $1000 per household) to Hawaiʻi residents facing hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic. HRF is made possible through a partnership between the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement, Hawaiʻi Community Foundation, and Pierre & Pam Omidyar. The program aims to provide stability to families during this emergency situation. For more info, please click the link above.

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FERPA

Student Information Privacy

 
Annual Notification of Privacy Rights

Know your privacy rights as they apply to 1) student record information; 2) directory information; 3) surveys and other information collection; and 4) military recruitment information. For more information on your privacy rights, the laws that protect them, and how to exercise your rights, contact your school administrator.
 
 
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COVID-19 Updates

Nānāikapono CEP / Pandemic EBT- Program

Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) provides eligible families with a one-time payment for each child who
previously received free or reduced-price meals. P-EBT works the same way Supplemental Nutrition Assistance
Program (SNAP) benefits do and will help families get the food they need during the current pandemic. P-EBT will be
administered by the Department of Human Services (DHS) in collaboration with the Department of Education (DOE). Please click to learn more.

Distance Learning Survey for HIDOE Families

Parents and guardians of students enrolled at any
Hawaii public or charter school are invited to take a
distance learning survey.
Your feedback is essential in helping the Hawaii State
Department of Education to better understand your
experiences and needs to plan for the new school year.
Upon completion of the survey,
you will receive an opportunity
to enter a prize drawing for a
new iPad or Chromebook.

Na Mea Pono: Nānāikapono 4th Grade Teachers

FROM KITV NEWS: The Nānāikapono Elementary School 4th Grade Team was nominated for working tireless to prepare class packets and digital learning for their students during the pandemic. The picture shows how much they miss their students!

HOʻĀLA ASSISTANCE PROGRAM - Emergency Financial Assistance

The purpose of the Hoʻāla Assistance Program is to provide one-time emergency financial assistance (up to $1000 per household) to Hawaiʻi residents facing hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic. HRF is made possible through a partnership between the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement, Hawaiʻi Community Foundation, and Pierre & Pam Omidyar. The program aims to provide stability to families during this emergency situation. For more info, please click the link above.

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Principal's Message

Our Focus is Student Success!

Welcome back to a great school year!  We are excited to provide our students with a well-rounded curriculum with instruction focused on 21st century learning skills for learning, literacy and life: critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creative thinking.

For their success, our students are to try their best, be ready to learn and be present EVERYDAY!!   With the support of our families and the entire Nānāikapono staff – working together – we can make success happen for every child!

Hiki no kākou!
 

 

 

 

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Notices

Nānāikapono CEP / Pandemic EBT- Program

Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) provides eligible families with a one-time payment for each child who
previously received free or reduced-price meals. P-EBT works the same way Supplemental Nutrition Assistance
Program (SNAP) benefits do and will help families get the food they need during the current pandemic. P-EBT will be
administered by the Department of Human Services (DHS) in collaboration with the Department of Education (DOE). Please click to learn more.

Distance Learning Survey for HIDOE Families

Parents and guardians of students enrolled at any
Hawaii public or charter school are invited to take a
distance learning survey.
Your feedback is essential in helping the Hawaii State
Department of Education to better understand your
experiences and needs to plan for the new school year.
Upon completion of the survey,
you will receive an opportunity
to enter a prize drawing for a
new iPad or Chromebook.

YES Project - Mobile Outreach

Mobile outreach to students in unstable housing, to increase identification of students and connect dots between school and home.

Social Media Threat

Letter from Principal Udarbe about a threat made against the school through social media

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