About this school
In meeting the academic, cultural and socio-emotional needs of its students, Kaahumanu Elementary provides a comprehensive support system.
It includes a federal Head Start preschool program; an English language learner program comprised of a Newcomer Support Center; School-Based Behavior Health and school counseling services; a Title I reading program; academic support and enrichment programs; and, an array of services to support a diverse learner.
The Kaahumanu Parent Ohana, comprised of parents, community members, faculty and staff, provides personnel support and financial resources to sustain initiatives while promoting parent involvement. The School Community Council provides a forum for stakeholders to contribute and support efforts toward raising student achievement and schoolwide improvement.
Academic Plan & Financial Plan
Every school develops an Academic Plan as part of collaborative process with its School Community Council, staff and Complex Area. The three-year plan provides structure for a school's plans for improvement, achievement and innovation. The companion one-year financial plan outlines anticipated expenditures to realize the vision of the Academic Plan. Both are aligned to the state's
2017-2020 Strategic Plan.
Strive HI report
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PRIOR REPORTS: 2015-16 Report
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