Pending approval of P-EBT program benefits for school year 2020-21, our families may once
again receive up to $360 for each child enrolled at Nānāikapono Elementary School.
To ensure that you receive these benefits, we ask that Nānāikapono families please notify us
immediately if there have been any changes to your primary address. For any questions about
updating your address, please contact the office at (808) 305-7800.
Department of Healthʻs Stop Flu at School program is offering free Flu vaccinations for HIDOE students. Please click the link for more information and to submit a consent form.
The Hawai‘i State Department of Education announced today that it will continue the Learn from Home phase of distance learning for most students statewide through the first quarter, which ends Oct. 2.
The latest order does not impact the public school system. Click the link for more info.
Please "Read Full Story" to learn more.
Click to learn more about the Health services available to HIDOE students.
Aloha Nānāikapono Ohana,
New information regarding Nānāikapono Elementary School's model for reopening the school has been posted to our school website. Please click "Read Full Story" below to view the letter and more. Mahalo!
The ‘Ohana Help Desk is a statewide initiative by the Hawai‘i State Department of Education (HIDOE) to provide technology support to public school students and their parents as they transition to more opportunities for online and blended learning.
All Hawaii State Offices are closed on Monday, July 27, 2020 due to Hurricane Douglas. This includes Nānāikapono Elementary School as well as all DOE schools and offices on Oahu and Kauai. Please be safe.
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.
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.
Mobile outreach to students in unstable housing, to increase identification of students and connect dots between school and home.
This is to inform you that Nānāikapono Elementary School will be providing a FREE five-week summer
Extended Learning Opportunities (ELO) program for students beginning June 10th through July 9th.