Princess Miriam K. Likelike Elementary School
KONA ICE, Shave Ice Truck is coming on Friday, October 2, Oh yeah, sweet and cool!!!!!! $3.00 - small, $4.00 - medium, $5.00 - large Gr. 5 fundraiser
Fall Break is coming! October 5 -12, School resumes on Tuesday, Oct. 13
STEM Night #1 was a huge success!! Many families attended and had a great time practicing making observations of the LAVA LAMPS they created! Hope to see you at STEM Night #2.
Have you moved recently? Please let the school know, so we can update your child's Emergency Card.
Please return the Questionnaire to Determine Eligibility if you are homeless. We can help you to help your child.
We know everyone can learn and it's a life-long thing. At Likelike our entire Ohana works to bring the help we need to learn, mature, and grow mentally, emotionally, and socially just so With DIGNITY we'll meet our high standard goals And exhibit PRIDE in our learner roles Always remembering to display along our way RESPECT for all in what we do and say. Dignity, Pride, and Respect!
Who We Are
We are public school founded in 1922 to serve the Kalihi-Palama community. Our school is named after Princess Likelike, who was born Miriam Kekauluo'hi Likelike on January 13, 1851 was the daughter of High Chief Kapaakea and the Chiefess Keohokalo'le. more...
Likelike Elementary School Polices and Procedures
Start / Dismissal Times:
School begins at 8:00 am and the tardy bell will ring at 8:05 am. All students who are tardy need to report to the office for a tardy slip. This procedure is to make sure that all students are accounted for at school.
School ends at 2:15 pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and 1:00 pm on Wednesdays.
The Hawaii Revised statutes, Sec. 302A-1131, Public Schools; Attendance, Act 76 of 2014, requires a child who is 5 yrs. of age by July 31 and not yet eighteen on or before December 31, of any school year, to attend either a public or private school unless properly excused from school. more...
Please Complete and Return the Federal Surveys! Likelike School will receive more federal money to help us pay for our school programs. Mahalo!
1618 Palama Street Honolulu, HI 96817 Phone: (808) 832-3370 Fax: (808) 832-3374 Principal: Mr. Kelly Bart