School Year 2017-18 Roll-Out & Training

Aloha,

As we continue to prepare for next school year, we wanted to update you on some changes to roll-out this year.

Student Training

Beginning this school year, all students will be required to complete training before picking-up their assigned KS device.  You can do so by navigating to ks.blackboard.com.

Once you navigate to the above page, select the button that looks like this:

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Log-in like you would if signing into your KS email account with your @imua.ksbe.edu log-in credentials.

Once logged in, select Student Internet Safety Training to complete your training requirement.*

New Invitees who have not received login credentials will be able to complete their training at roll-out.

Parent Training

Also beginning this school year, Kamehameha Schools Kapālama High School will be reinstating the requirement for parents to complete online safety training. Parents will have until the end of August 2017 to complete this course. Parents may fulfill this requirement using this link.

It is recommended that you have the latest version of your internet browser and the most current version of Flash installed before beginning the course.

Roll-Out

We have finalized our 2017 Rollout Schedule for day students. If you are unable to make these sessions please fill out our reschedule form. More dates will open up as we get closer to school.

Boarders: If you’re on island you may attend the same sessions as day students. Since most of you will not be on island until the first week of school, roll-out will be conducted afterschool in Midkiff Learning Center beginning August 8, 2017. As with day students, returning boarders must complete training before coming to roll-out.

Tuesday, August 8, 2017 @ 2:30 PM – Class of 2021

Wednesday, August 9, 2017 @ 2:45 PM – Class of 2020

Thursday, August 10, 2017 @ 3:15 PM – Class of 2018

Friday, AUgust 11, 2017 @ 3:15 PM – Class of 2019

 

Ke Koʻi Lipi Guidebook & Acceptable Use Agreement

Returning student,s and at least one parent, can view and complete the guidebook and sign the form electronically on KSConnect. New invitees can sign a paper copy and send to their respective unit office.

 

Mahalo

Ke Koʻi Lipi Program Staff

* If you have difficulty logging into Blackboard please see these instructions.

Summer School Student Training

Please use this link to navigate to the summer school student training module. 

– This training is no longer recording completion. For Kapālama High School training please go to ks.blackboard.com to complete training for the 2017-18 school year.

Once you navigate to the above page, select the button that looks like this:

Log-in like you would your KS email account with your @imua.ksbe.edu log-in credentials.

Once logged in, select Student Internet Safety Training to complete your training requirement.

Mahalo

* If you have difficulty logging into Blackboard please see these instructions.

Summer School Roll-Out

Aloha,

Kamehameha Schools Kapālama High School will be rolling-out devices to incoming freshmen, new  invitees, and other students who were not enrolled in the 2016-17 school year on June 8-9, 2017 for summer school use. Please see the attached Summer School Roll-Out Flyer for details. As a reminder, only certain classes are using KHS devices over the summer. Please contact the summer school office, at 842-8765, if you have questions about whether your class is one of these classes.

You can also reschedule your assigned time using this link.

All students picking up their assigned KS device are required to complete an online training module before being permitted to take the device home. You can get a jump start by clicking here. This link is for summer school only.

Mahalo,

Ke Koʻi Lipi Staff

Roll-In 2017 Information

Aloha e nā ʻohana,

 

Students who are actively enrolled in an approved Kamehameha Schools Kapālama Summer School course listed below will be permitted to hold on to their MacBook Air laptops until the final week of summer school, ending Friday, July 21, 2017. Those who are enrolled in an approved course should NOT turn in their laptops during the week of finals, May 23-25, 2017. 

 

If you withdraw from an approved course, you will be required to turn in your assigned MacBook Air immediately or be charged accordingly.

 

Boarders: if you are enrolled in an approved summer school course, you may hold on to your computer until you return to the Kapālama Campus in the fall. You are required to turn in your computer as soon as possible upon return, so that it can be prepared for the regular school year. It may take up to a week to prepare the laptop, therefore, we urge you to turn your computer in as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary delays.
The following is the list of approved summer school courses. If you are NOT actively enrolled in any of these courses, you are required to return your laptop during finals week.
KS00932 Advanced Speech Communication
KS01161 Biology
KS09911 Chemistry
KS09996 Coding and App Development
KS09910 Concepts in Chemistry
KS00916 Conceptual Physics
KS02411 Dual Credit Advanced Speech
KS03226 Dual Credit Economics
KS03246 Dual Credit Hawaiians
KS09955 Economics w/Financial Literacy Online
KS09992 Economics Honor’s Online
KS00970 Economics
KS00972 Hawaiian Culture
KS00974 Hawaiian History (Kapālama, West Hawaii)
KS09683 Medical Problem Solving JABSOM
KS00958 Personal Health
KS00930 Speech Communication (Kapālama, Kauai)
KS00976 U.S. History 
KS00978 World History (Kapālama, Molokai, Kauai & Global Connections)
For Ke Ko’i Lipi questions (e.g. roll-in/out, etc) please stop by your Print & Repair Center or call 842-8950 (Grades 11/12) or 843-3505 (Grades 9/10).

 

For Summer School questions (e.g. approved classes, etc) please call 842-8765.
**For students who are enrolled in a non-KS Summer School course (i.e. BYU online) and would like to keep their laptop for the summer, please see your grade level counselor for the Ke Koʻi Lipi request form.**

2017 RollIn Poster

Boarders & Make-up Sessions

Aloha Boarders,

We have your MacBook Air roll-out schedule! It is as follows:

2020 New Students   Tuesday, August 9, 2016 @ 2:45 PM

2020 Returning Students  Tuesday, August 9, 2016 @ 3:35 PM

2017 All Students  Wednesday, August 10, 2016 @ 2:45 PM

2018 All Students  Thursday, August 11, 2016 @ 2:45 PM

2019 All Students  Friday, August 12, 2016 @ 2:45 PM

All sessions will be held in Midkiff Learning Center.

New students, for all grades must, attend a 1 hour 30 minute session. Returning students expect to take about 45 minutes. What is a new student you ask? If you were not enrolled in Kamehameha Schools at the end of the 2015-16 school year.

You must be on time! Students who are late may be turned away. Please make other travel arrangements if you use school transportation.

Students who missed their training day August 1-4, 2016 may reschedule using the link provided.

Mahalo,

Ke Koʻi Lipi Staff

2016 MacBook Air Roll-Out

Aloha,

The new school year is almost upon us which means the time is approaching for you to receive your KS issued MacBook Air. Here is this year’s Roll Out Flyer containing your assigned roll-out session.

Remember, this is a training session not just a “pick-up.” For returning students we have some important housekeeping information for you (approx. 45 min). New students and returning students who were not here at the end of last school year are required to attend an in person training session ( approx. 1 hours 30 min).

Boarders: You will receive your computer the first week of school, after school, on assigned days. More information will be posted here on which day you should report to Midkiff Learning Center to attend your assigned MacBook Air information session.

If you need to reschedule your assigned session please use this link. More sessions will be made available, on a limited basis, the first week of school. Please check back here for updates.

Mahalo,

Ke Ko’i Lipi Staff

 

2016 Roll-in and Summer Session

Aloha,

Next week marks the end of the 2015-16 school year and we would like to take this opportunity to remind you of your responsibilities in returning your KS issued technology.

Beginning May 24, 2016 you may turn your computer and all accessories to Bishop 100 (Grades 9-10) and Konia 108/109 (Grades 11-12) starting at 7:30 AM. You must return all items in clean and working condition. Any damage or missing items may result in charges to you student account. Please see our 2016 RollInPoster for more details.

Please don’t wait until the last minute as lines will be long on the last day.

Summer School Students: If you are enrolled in Kamehameha Schools Summer, and taking an approved class using MacBook Airs, you may hold onto your laptop until the end of the summer school session. You will need to turn in you computer by July 22, 2016 to avoid charges. To verify that you are enrolled in an approved course please contact summer school at 842-8765.

For incoming freshmen students attending summer school, please our Summer School Roll-Out Flyer 2016 for more information about how to get your computer for the summer session.

 

If you have any questions please feel free to stop by any Print & Repair Center.

Mahalo,

Ke Ko’i Lipi Staff

Update 5/20/16: Here is a list of approved KS Summer School courses:

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Hope you have a safe and happy Thanksgiving weekend!

We would also like to let you know that the Print & Repair Centers are closed through the rest of week and will be open again, during regular hours, on Monday, November 30, 2015.

– Ke Ko’i Lipi Staff

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New Printers

We have new printers! With new printers come adding them to your printer list on your computer. To do so please see the provided flyer* as the process has changed.

These new printers are speedy and reliable. If you have any questions please stop by your “neighborhood” Print & Repair Center.

Mahalo,
Ke Ko’i Lipi Staff

*Please note that the correct driver is named “Phaser 6600DN, 3.50.0” as shown in the image on the flyer. We are working with the author of the poster to get the instructions corrected.