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OVERVIEW

Aloha!  This page provides information to stakeholders about our school's finances and operations for School Year 2017-18 via our Academic Plan and Comprehensive Financial Plan.  Our School Community Council (SCC), made up of principals, teachers, staff, students, parents, and volunteer community members, helps to craft and approve these plans for the following school year.  An election is held annually to set membership on the SCC.  If you're interested in joining our SCC, please contact our school's office at 622-6411.  Learn more about School Community Councils on the Hawaii DOE website:
Iliahi Elementary School's 2017-18 School Community Council:
  • Normann Olegario- Chairperson and Certificated Representative
  • Sherri Miyabuchi- Co-Chairperson and Certificated Representative
  • Garett Yukumoto, Principal
  • Tom Yamamoto, Student Representative Advisor
  • Jon Acohido- Certificated Representative Alternate
  • Darlene Paracuelles- Classified Representative
  • DarilJean Rivera - Classified Representative alternate
  • Robert Bunda, Community Representative
  • Kim Anderson, Parent Representative
Next meeting:  Monday, February 26, 2018  Agenda
Previous meeting:  Held on Monday, November 6, 2017.  Minutes


COMMUNITY MEETINGS

At least twice per year, we will convene meetings for the broader community to provide input on our Academic Plan and Financial Plan.
  •     Next meeting:  Monday, February 26, 2018

SCHOOL YEAR 2017-2018 DOCUMENTS
  • 2017-2020 Academic Plan
  • 2017-2020 Comprehensive Financial Plan
    • Schools publish an Academic Plan and Comprehensive Financial Plan each year to set the goals and priorities for student learning, programs and initiatives, aligned to statements of funding.  (Document will be provided during the 2017-2018 school year.
    • Our plan was approved by our School Community Council on February 27, 2017.  The Complex Area Superintendent will approve the plan soon.


Hawaii's public schools are required by law to implement bell schedules that categorize learning and non-learning minutes of the school day (Act 167 / Act 21), meeting a minimum of 1,080 student hours each year.

Current Year Documents

Prior Year Documents