The Pfizer Vaccine is clinically proven to protect against COVID-19 illness by 95%. The FDA has now approved the vaccine for ages 12 and up. You may experience some side effects, which indicates your body is building its protection against COVID-19. There is a FREE Vaccine clinic for residents ages 12 and up on Friday, May 14th at Waianae High School. Walk-ins welcome. Online registration is available at the link above.
Waianae High School is hosting the Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Clinic's COVID Vaccination Clinic this Saturday, May 8th, from 9am to 12pm at the school cafeteria. Open to all residents over the age of 18. Call 808-427-3659 or register online at the link above to make an appointment. Walk ins also welcome!
Families with student(s) who are eligible for free or reduced-price lunch may help their school and community by applying for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF). Although families may apply for these programs at any point during the year, HIDOE is urging families to apply by May 24, 2021, so that your application may be counted towards helping your school and community become a CEP School! Please click the link above to learn more about applying and the benefits of CEP.
Please click the link to view the letters from Nanaikapono Principal Christine Udarbe-Valdez and Interim NW Complex CAS Disa Hauge regarding the updated Return to Learn plan for Nānākuli-Waianae Complex Area.
Upon our return from Winter Break on Tuesday, January 5, 2021, your child will remain in the same Learning Model he or she was in December. Due to the level of virus in our community, the majority of our students will continue to be in the Distance Learning Model. This decision was made after reviewing health data and having consulted with our health partners. All nine Nanakuli-Waianae Complex Schools have decided that our community will be safer with Distance Learning. It is important to have a period of Distance Learning after the holidays to make sure that everyone is safe. Please click the link to learn more and view the letter from Interim CAS Disa Hauge regarding our complex-wide Learning Model.
The Hawai‘i State Department of Education is currently seeking feedback from secondary students and families to learn more about first quarter experiences of the 2020-21 school year. This feedback is essential as we continue to assess system progress, identify areas where additional support is needed and coordinate resources.