September 2017

We Have A New Teacher!


Ka`a`awa Elementary school is very happy to have Mrs. Annie Dunovant join us this school year as the 2nd grade teacher.  She was born in Haiti, and grew up in Maryland. She is full of energy and will utilize her artistic talent to teach and engage our students.  Welcome to Ka`a`awa Elementary Mrs. Dunovant. 


Recycling Drive

Picture Day


Parent volunteers - we need two parent volunteers

  • Each volunteer will receive a complimentary portrait package for assisting.

  • Please contact Marie Sack (PCNC) at  305 6222 or to volunteer.

  • Duties: include:

  • To assist in calling classes to keep on schedule

  • Pass out name on cards, grooming etc.

  • Need to arrive 15 minutes prior to start time (7:30 - 12:00)

NOTE: Teachers will distribute the order forms to students to take home to parents. Students give order form and money directly to the photographer on picture day. For younger students the teachers can hold on to the orders and payment until picture day.

Parent customer service - If parents have comments or concerns regarding their child’s portraits, please contact Life'touch customer service department at 1-866-955-8342  or 808-456-4333. 



• New Teacher

• Recycle Drive

• Picture Day

• $10,000 Contest

• UH Free Tutoring

• Reading Aloud

• Food Allergies

Helpful Links

Important Dates

9/11 -  PTO Meeting 5:00 pm

9/12 - KCCA Meeting 6:30pm

9/14 -  Big Brothers/Sisters Event

9/15 -  Progress Report

9/21 -  Picture Day

9/25 - Evacuation Drill

Please click on the links below to get more information about how you can support our school.

School Parking Reminder
All parents and visitors should park on the grass area near the basketball court.  The marked-stalls and the entire gravel area are for the faculty parking.  Mahalo!

Follow Us On Facebook

Kaaawa Elementary School students will leave a legacy by leading with greatness. 

At Ka`a`awa we are an ohana of leaders. We...
     Learn and love
     Empower all
     Achieve goals
     Determine our success