Important Notices

SCHOOL MESSENGER - AUTOMATED SMS APP

Most Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE) schools began formally transitioning this week to a SchoolMessenger text-messaging system that will allow schools to mass message parents via text message, email and phone calls with important school updates.
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PARENT'S RIGHT TO REQUEST TEACHER QUALIFICATIONS

Schools continue to be required to notify the parents of their right to request the qualifications of their child’s teacher(s) and any paraprofessional(s) that provide services to their child. Notice may be sent home as a letter, posted on the school bulletin board, or posted on the school’s website. See attached letter “Parent’s Right to Request Teacher Qualifications for SY2017-2018.” It is recommended that the notice is provided within the first two weeks of the school year for students.
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Stranger Danger Incident

Letter to parents/guardians from Principal Tanuvasa regarding stranger danger incident outside our main entrance, March 2, 2018. Letter sent home with students as the safety of your children is of utmost importance to us. Please see the full story to view the letter.
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VOTE FOR AIEA HIGH TEACHER RUNNING FOR GRANT - CREATING A HEALTH CENTER IN THE HIGH SCHOOL

Please vote for Aiea High's very own - Mrs. Ryan Chatfield as she pursues the Farmer's Insurance Dream Big Grant. She is a finalist for the 100K grant and she needs your vote. Her dream is to develop a state-of-the-art Health Center at Aiea High School. Please click on the "read full story" to view the voting link. And make sure to vote for Ryan Chatfield.

This is a great opportunity for our students to gain real-world skills. We thank you all for your participation.
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LANE AND SIDEWALK CLOSURE NOTICE

The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) and Nan, Inc. would like to notify area residents and
businesses of upcoming lane and sidewalk closures on Kamehameha Highway westbound at Salt Lake Boulevard.
These closures are required to safely construct a retaining wall at the Aloha Stadium Station site.
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HIDOE SUPERINTENDENT MESSAGE - HURRICANE OLIVIA

The Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE) is working closely with state and county agencies statewide to monitor Hurricane Olivia. The initial effects of the storm are expected to reach the islands by early Tuesday morning. As a precaution, all afterschool activities for Hawaii Island and Maui County will be canceled starting tomorrow, Sept. 11. Hana High and Elementary will be closed tomorrow as well.
As the situation evolves, HIDOE will continue to provide updates about afterschool activity cancellations and school closures.
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