ACCESS TO CAMPUS
Access to Campus
All persons entering campus must wear a face mask and have a KS parent decal or student parking pass.
Students who need access to campus should have a pass issued by:
- their kumu (for Digital 1-8 days in Semester 1 and Flex Fridays in Semester 2)
- athletics if a student-athlete
- ‘Akahi Student Center if student has a PM class in Semester 2
All Gate Hours for 4th Quarter 2021 (Effective 4/7/21)
6:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
6:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.
2:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Closed Saturday, Sunday and Holidays
6:30 a.m. to 7:45 a.m.
2:30 p.m. to 3:45 p.m.
Closed Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Holidays
SAFETY PROTOCOLS AND EXPECTATIONS
- KS-issued face masks and face shields are required and worn throughout the day. Face shields and masks are a required part of the school dress code.
- Students will be required to complete the Student Wellness Check In. Wellness checks should be completed by 7am each morning. Please use this link to access the check-in: http://go.ksbe.edu/studentwellness.
- Temperature checks will be conducted daily
- Wash hands or use hand sanitizers frequently
- Maintain social distancing throughout the day.
- Follow social distancing signs posted throughout campus (directional signs, closed seating areas, etc)
- When in common areas, yield to the right.
- No loitering or congregating
- For additional information please visit the Kapālama Health and Safety Plan
- Student Travel policies are here: https://www.ksbe.edu/back_to_school/kapalama/student_travel/
Kamehameha Schools Kapālama will continue to provide various supports for students and ʻohana during this time of distance learning. It is our honor and privilege to partner with our ʻohana to provide the care and support our haumāna need to realize their potential and to empower resilience and success. Rest assured that our staff will be available during school hours to assist you and your ʻohana with any academic and social-emotional needs. (Whom to Contact slidedeck)
Social & Emotional Well-Being
Social and emotional well-being supports the development of the whole self, including a healthy balance of mental, social/emotional and physical well-being. Focus involves strengthening effective mindsets and behaviors and effective coping skills during times of challenge and conflict. The grade level counselor will be your first point of contact. (Link to Resources in Your Community)
The first line of student support will be your respective kumu. Kumu can be reached via KS email, through dedicated online Office Hours, as well as through the kumu’s designated instructional platform. If additional supports are needed, please email your child’s assigned grade level counselor who will be able to assess the situation and refer your child to the appropriate supports. Please note that teachers and counselors will have the ability to setup videoconference sessions, as needed.
For laptop and technology-related problems or issue or basic troubleshooting, please contact the Wahi Lolouila (PRC):
- Submit an Online Request for Tech Support (preferred method) OR
- Email: email@example.com OR
- Phone: 808-842-8086 (Grades 9 & 11) or 808-842-8950 (Grades 10 & 12)
- Ke Koʻi Lipi Website & Quick Fixes
For Canvas & digital learning support:
Reminders for Using your Laptop
- Make sure you can access all of your work and materials from home
- Do not deplete your laptopʻs battery completely. Doing so may affect your laptopʻs performance and connectivity
- Carrying your MacBook Air by the display will cause damage to the screen. Please carry your device closed from location to another
- All school policies, including the technology use guidelines, are in effect while using your laptop
** Currently, we are not issuing loaners due to health risks and campus closure. We are constantly evaluating the situation with administration and will update you if this changes. We are committed to helping you find alternatives that will assist you in getting your school work completed.
ʻOHANA RESOURCES & SERVICES
- Physically closed during the month of August with plans to reopen in September.
- Purchases may be made via credit card online and with phone orders
- Once the store reopens, hours will be M – F 7:00am – 3:30pm. Masks required, social distancing enforced, only two people allowed the store at a time, no dressing rooms available.
- Please call the School Store for more information (842-8991)
There are a variety of resources for families to support students through the concerns about the COVID-19 virus and physical distancing. First, be aware of your own emotional response during this time, and do take time to process these feelings within your support system.
- Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence – RULER (updated 4.6.2020)
- UNESCO Distance Learning Solutions (updated 4.3.2020)
- Confident Parents, Confident Kids (updated 4.3.2020)
- NationwideChildrens.org (updated 4.2.2020)
Below are some additional suggestions for supporting children in anticipation of change and to reduce anxiety and support their wellness and resilience:
COVID Health and Safety Resources
Poʻo Kula: Vaccination Clinic 5.13.21
Hoʻolaha ʻOhana: Summer Reading 5.10.21
Hoʻolaha ʻOhana Papa 2021: Commencement 4.29.21
Poʻo Kula Message: Song Contest Website and Fan Favorite Voting 4.28.21
Hoʻolaha ʻOhana Papa 2022 – 2024 Recap 4.15.21
Hoʻolaha ʻOhana Papa 2022 – 2024 4.14.21
Hoʻolaha ʻOhana Papa 2022 – 2024 Update 4.9.21
Hoʻolaha ʻOhana Papa 2022 – 2024 4.7.21
Poʻo Kula Message: Free COVID-19 Testing on 4/10/21 4.6.21
Hoʻolaha ʻOhana Papa 2021 Update 4.5.21
Hoʻolaha ʻOhana Papa 2021 Update 3.31.21
Hoʻolaha ʻOhana: Parent and Student Meetings April 1st 3.29.21
Hoʻolaha ʻOhana 3.19.21
Poʻo Kula Message: New Date for Song Contest Broadcast 3.18.21
Hoʻolaha Haumāna a me ʻOhana 2021 3.12.21
Hoʻolaha Haumāna a me ʻOhana 2022 3.12.21
Hoʻolaha Haumāna a me ʻOhana 2023 3.12.21
Hoʻolaha Haumāna a me ʻOhana 2024 3.12.21
Ho’olaha ʻOhana 3.5.21
Poʻo Kula Message: Echo of Our Song 2.12.21
Hoʻolaha Makua 2.5.21
Ho’olaha ʻOhana: 101st Song Contest 2.2.21
Po’o Kula Message: 101st Song Contest 2.2.21
Hoʻolaha ‘Ohana: Second Semester Information 1.6.21
Summer School Registration Information 1.4.21
Athletics Update 12.30.20
Po’o Kula Message: Returning to Campus in Our Hybrid Model 12.29.20
Po’o Kula Update 12.18.20
Hoʻolaha ‘Ohana: Semester 2 12.18.20
Po’o Kula Message: Kapālama Christmas Lights Webcam Broadcast 12.18.20
Po’o Kula Message: Christmas Concert 12.8.20
Po’o Kula Message: Founder’s Day 12.4.20
Hoʻolaha ‘Ohana Class of 2021: Founder’s Day 11.25.20
Hoʻolaha ‘Ohana:Semester 2 Learning Model Update 11.25.20
Po’o Kula Message: Save the Date Founder’s Day 2020 11.18.20
Hoʻolaha Haumāna: Semester 2 Learning Model Selection 11.18.20
Po’o Kula Message Voluntary COVID-19 Testing On Campus 11.17.20
Hoʻolaha ‘Ohana Class of 2024 11.13.20
Hoʻolaha ‘Ohana Class of 2023 11.12.20
Hoʻolaha ‘Ohana Class of 2022 11.10.20
Hoʻolaha Haumāna Class of 2021 11.9.20
Hoʻolaha Makua: Semester 2 Learning Models 11.6.20
Po’o Kula Message: Learning Model Selection 11.6.20
Poʻo Kula Message 10.23.20
Parent Memo 10.14.20
Message from Athletics: Athletics Update 10.2.20
Hoʻolaha Makua 9.29.20
Poʻo Kula Message: Plan for Second Quarter 9.25.20
Poʻo Kula Message: Kapālama Update 9.11.20
Hoʻolaha Haumāna 9.8.20
Hoʻolaha Makua 8.28.20
Parent and Alumni Relations: Lands End Update 8.26.20
Poʻo Kula Message: School Closure 8.26.20
Poʻo Kula Message: Echo of Our Song 8.24.20
Hoʻolaha Haumāna 8.17.20
Poʻo Kula Message: Distance Learning Extended 8.14.20
CEO Message: Distance Learning Extended 8.14.20