SPIRIT WEEK STARTS MONDAY SEPTEMBER 25TH!
- MONDAY: INSIDE OUT SHIRT DAY
- TUESDAY: NEON DAY
- WEDNESDAY: WACKY MISMATCHED SOCK WEDNESDAY.
- THURSDAY: SCHOOL SHIRT OR PURPLE SHIRT DAY.
- FRIDAY: RED OUT DAY (WAIALUA HIGH OR RED SHIRT)
SHARE YOUR PLANS FOR YOUR STUDENT AFTER THE HO'OLAULE'A.
PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCE SIGN-UP SURVEY. CLICK TO ACCESS SURVEY.
SEE BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION.
SAVE THE DATE! HO'OLAULE'A OCTOBER 6 FRIDAY AT 9:00 AM (CORRECTED) - CLICK TO READ.
NEWSLETTER #1 - HEART OF HALE'IWA - CLICK TO READ.
NEW BREAKFAST AND LUNCH MENU SYSTEM.
New Breakfast and Lunch Menu system.
Parent Letter from Principal Wetzel - August 11. 2023 - click to read.
First Day of School Letter - click to read.
Parent Letter #2 from Mrs. Wetzel (7/24/2023) - click to read.
Welcome Back Letter from Mrs. Wetzel (7/6/2023) - click to read.
Upcoming Dates to Remember:
A+ Applications for SY 23 - 24 accepted for WAITLIST. First come, first served. Limited enrollment space. See article below.
- October 9 - 13 - Fall Break
- October 20 - 27 - Parent Conferences (school ends at 12:35 pm)
- November 10 - Holiday - Veterans' Day
- November 23 and 25 - Holiday Thanksgiving
- December 22 to January 8 - Winter Break (note: 1/8 is Staff Development Day - no students)
- January 9 - Students Return
- January 15 - Holiday MLK
The Heart of Haleiwa Newsletter
We are excited to PRESENT VOLUME IV, Issue I (September 1, 2023) of our school digital newsletter,
The Heart of Haleʻiwa.
Save the Date! Ho`olaule`a at 9:00 am Friday, October 6, 2023
Ho`olaule`a Permission Form
Meet Our New Counselor - Mrs. Nicole Yonamine
Kindergarten: Aviation Museum Field Trip
Fourth Grade: Bike Ed Hawaii
We Love Maui
Sunshine Project - Appreciation for Maui's First Responders
Teacher Summer Learning at ISTE Conference
All About `Ulu - A Learning Experience
First Grade `Ulu Lesson
Literacy Corner: Hawaii Reads Summer Reading Challenge Winners
Friendly Reminder about Contraband Items
Mahalo Amber and Family
Staff Welcomes back students wearing handmade Lei Po`o
Upcoming Activities and Important Dates for September
Interested in Chaperoning?
Aloha Kakou Newsletter: A Big Cheer for the New School Year!
For Previous issues of the Heart of Haleiwa, click on me to visit the Family Information tab.
School Calendar and Supply List for School Year 23-24 is now posted on Family Information Page.
Hale'iwa Counselors Care!
Kakou Connection / Hale'iwa Helps Resources / Aloha Kakou
Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) - Classroom Teacher and Paraprofessionals qualifications
There’s always an exciting event happening at Haleʻiwa Elementary School! Take a look below to view our full schedule, and feel free to get in touch if you have any questions regarding a specific upcoming event.
PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES
October 20 - 27, 2023
Hale`iwa Elementaryʻs parent-teacher conferences will take place from October 20 - October 27, 2023
Please note that VIRTUAL conferences will ONLY BE HELD ON FRIDAY, October 20.
Here is the conference schedule:
Friday, October 20 - VIRTUAL CONFERENCES ONLY
Monday, October 23 - Friday, October 27 -- in person conferences only
YOU WILL NEED TO COMPLETE ONE SURVEY FOR EACH OF YOUR CHILDREN THAT ATTEND HALE`IWA. We will do our best to accommodate your requests. Click for survey
All conference slots will be 15 minutes each. Conferences will begin at 1:15pm. The last conference offered each day will be at 2:35pm.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact your child's teacher or the front office.
PLEASE COMPLETE THIS SURVEY BY FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2023
A+ ENROLLMENT FOR SY 23- 24 STARTING MAY 1ST. (CURRENTLY WAITLIST ONLY)
Update: As of July 5, 2023, we have reached our limit of 40 students applications. We will continue to accept applications on a WAITLIST basis.
Hawaii Department of Education requires applications for A+ be offered to all students on May 1, 2023. You may pick up an application when the office opens on May 1st, or use the application found online
We will begin accepting applications on May 1st when the office opens. There will be a limited number of spaces available for enrollment at Hale’iwa Elementary, so each application will be date and time recorded and processed on a first-come, first served basis. Incomplete applications may impact the order your application is processed. Please be aware that there have been times when waiting list applications did not get into A+.
While the tuition on the application is $200 a month, for School Year 2023-2024, it will continue to be subsidized at $120.
If you have any questions, please contact A+ Coordinator, Mr. Pai at (808) 637-8237.
We are accepting registrations for Kindergarten on February 1st.
6TH GRADE ROBOTICS STATE CHAMPIONS! WENT TO WORLDS!
The 6th Grade Robotics team leave for Dallas to compete in the VEX Robotics World Championship on May 2-4. To watch the matches, tune in at https://www.vexworlds.tv/#/channels/forwjofkekkjndq5gdps
The 96712A Canefires are in the Technology Division. Go Canefires!
VAX TO SCHOOL - BEGINNING FALL 2020
Before 7th Grade Vaccination Requirements
Hawai'i law requires all students to get vaccinated and receive a physical exam before 7th Grade
MAHALO TO OUR SPONSORS!
Mahalo to our Sponsors!
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NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION
Leilehua, Mililani, Waialua Complex Equity Specialist MICHAEL MURAKAMI
CONTACT (808) 600.9299
Annual Notification of Privacy Rights
Each year, Hawaii public schools are required to notify parents of their rights under the "Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act." These rights are generally broken up into 4 separate sections. Here is a brief description of FERPA rights:
1. The right to inspect and review the student's education records within 45 days of the request.
2. The right to request the amendment of the student's education records that the parent, guardian, or eligible student believe are inaccurate or misleading.
3. The right to consent to disclosures of personally identifiable information contained in the student's education records, except to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent. One exception that permits disclosure without consent is disclosure to school officials with legitimate educational interests.
4. The right to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education concerning alleged failures by the school to comply with the requirements of FERPA.