About this school
Kalihi-uka Elementary provides early intervention and prevention strategies to support students in their academic achievements. Students with specific learning barriers may have their needs addressed through the English language learners and special education programs.
Small group instruction and individual tutoring in reading and math are provided during the school day and after school. The faculty and staff implement the Positive Action Character Education program and school-wide Rituals and Routines as part of its Positive Behavior System focusing on the three expectations for students to be always safe, responsible and respectful.
Enrichment clubs include the Kids in Sports Teams, Performing Arts, Robotics and Book Club. The A+ program serves families for afterschool care needs. Parent involvement is encouraged and supported through the Classroom Parent Program.
The School Community Council has elected faculty, school staff, student, parent and community representatives who advise the school on planning, budgeting, implementation and evaluation of the academic and financial plan. Monthly meetings are held to provide a collaborative forum for all role groups.
Academic Plan & Financial Plan
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2017-2020 Strategic Plan.
Strive HI report
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