About this school
Students at Kauluwela Elementary are grouped for instruction according to achievement levels. Their progress is closely monitored through weekly and quarterly assessments. Data from these assessments help teachers develop and use diversified instructional strategies to meet student needs.
The school provides a daily afterschool program focused on math, reading and writing skills. Learning activities are extended into the fall, winter, spring and summer intercessions, with selected students invited to attend Learning Camps for additional instruction or for special projects in computer programs. During the half-day sessions, students work with at least three different teachers who are trained to focus on developing students' skills. Parent classes are also offered. Parents also participate in the School Community Council where school policies are discussed.
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
An annual snapshot of key school progress indicators including language arts, math and science scores, achievement growth, student readiness, and more. Learn more about the Strive HI Performance System
Prior reports: 2017-18 | 2016-17 | 2015-16 | 2014-15 | 2013-14 | 2012-13
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