"Where Dreams Begin”
Aloha Parents and Families of ‘Aiea Elementary School,
Beginning Monday August 17th we will be implementing full distance learning for all students. We will be having a device pick up on Monday, August 17th to Thursday, August 20th. Your child’s teacher should have contacted you about your device needs. To maintain health and safety guidelines, only one parent may come with their students to pick up student devices. Please wear a mask.
We have scheduled the following families for pick up from 8am-10am & 11am-1pm:
Monday, August 17th: Last names A - F
Tuesday, August 18th: Last names G - K
Wednesday, August 19th: Last names L - S
Thursday, August 20th: Last names T - Z.
As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve or as new health guidance becomes available, the Department of Education will continue to adjust to ensure a safe learning and working environment is provided for students, teachers and staff. Please continue to monitor the DOE's website and our school website for the latest updates.
Thank you for your continued patience in these unprecedented times.
Principal, Aiea Elementary
'Ohana Help Desk
The HIDOE has launched a comprehensive help desk providing technology support to our public school students and their families as schools offer more opportunities for online and blended learning.
This help desk is statewide and is designed with a higher level of support, with phone and chat support in multiple languages.
It will be a tremendous resource for our parents and students who will distance learn this school year, to help resolve technical issues that may arise when students connect to the HIDOE network remotely, using a variety of devices.
See what's coming up at our school! Follow us on Instagram! @aieaelementary
Hawaii News Now, Back to School Keiki Concerns
Hawaii News Now will be hosting a panel targeted towards kids and their questions about COVID-19/returning to school. They are accepting questions from kids in video format. The deadline to send them to: email@example.com is Aug. 12. The email/submission should include the child's name, grade level and school. The panel will be made up of medical professionals, a Hawaii Keiki school nurse, and CJ Rice from OSSS.
This will be taped on Aug. 13 and aired that evening. No release form is needed for the station
Hotline & Telehealth for Hawai'i DOE students
Now available is the Fall Health Hotline and Telehealth for DOE Students.
Please call 844-436-3888 (Toll Free)
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
NO COST - health advice & telehealth appointments with Hawai‘i Keiki nurses
'Aiea Orchid Club
Calvin Kumano from the Aiea Orchid Club presents Mr. Kau (principal) with a donation from the clubs annual fundraiser.
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Thank you to our Military Partners, for your service!
We're so grateful for all our teachers out there! Thank you for all you do for our students.