December 3, 2016

Graduation 2016
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    UPDATES – WEEK OF NOV. 28th

    GOAL 1:   STUDENT SUCCESS: Stay the Course: With less then a month left in this semester, appreciate everyone maintaining that focus.  Let’s ensure that students are engaged, challenged and with bell-to-bell instruction.  For struggling students, be sure that there’s documentation per “Student Support” meetings reflecting strategies such as differentiation, parent contacts/meetings, etc.   Student learning success is an expectation. Dual Credit Early College Updates: A copy of the dual credit issue brief recently shared with the BOE, Legislature, & community organizations can be found at:  http://www.p20hawaii.org/resources/dual-credit-issue-brief/ . This includes information regarding the positive impacts of dual credit programs, including early college. …

  • dennis2

    UPDATES – WEEK OF Nov. 21st

    Congratulations to our varsity football team for a very successful season!  Awesome job as they were runner-up/2nd place at the Hawaii High Schools Division II State Championship game on Oahu.  We are proud of their accomplishments!    Want to also share our appreciation to Senate Chair Ron Kouchi, Representatives Derek Kawakami, Jimmy Tokioka, Dee Morikawa & Representative elect Nadine Nakamura, DOW AGRO-SCIENCES & DUPONT PIONEER for their thoughtfulness in helping to cover the costs for the live streaming in our gym and purchasing the meals for the football team while on Oahu. Want to especially share my thanks to our…

  • dennis

    UPDATES – WEEK OF NOV. 14th

    Congratulations to our football team as they take on Lahainaluna High in the Division II championship game this Friday, Nov. 18th – Aloha Stadium @4:30 p.m.   Best wishes as we are very proud of your accomplishments!   GOAL 1:   STUDENT SUCCESS: Class of 2020 Academy Registration: Our annual CTE fair was held this past Thursday as grade 9 students learned about the pathways/academies.  Academy selections take place this week with the actual academy visits happening Nov. 22nd & 23rd.  An evening parent meeting is scheduled  for Tuesday, Nov. 22nd.   Grade 9 students will be doing their on-line…

  • dave2

    UPDATES – WEEK OF Nov. 7th

    GOAL 1:   STUDENT SUCCESS: Class of 2020 CTE Fair &  Registration: Grade 9 students are having their CTE fair on Thursday, November 10th during period 2 in the gym to learn more about the Academy pathways they may be interested in selecting.   Academy visits are planned for Nov. 22nd & 23rd with a parent meeting scheduled  for Tuesday, Nov. 22nd.  On-line registration per their Transition classes beginning Dec. 5th and finalized (with parent signatures) by Dec. 21st.  Kudos to Waianela Boiser, Grade 9 Hui teachers, Alanna Potter, CTE teachers, and Todd Barcial for helping make this challenging process…

  • mural1

    UPDATES – WEEK OF OCT. 31st

    GOAL 1:   STUDENT SUCCESS: Student Data: All teachers & support staff should take time to access the Hawaii DOE’s (LDS) Longitudinal Database System in learning more of the updates and how it can support you especially per Student Support meetings.  The LDS provides classroom teachers, support personnel, and administrators that comprehensive view about our students.  Strategically, I utilize the LDS to focus on attendance and grades as it provides good predictors of potential high risk students.   LDS site can be found at http://lds.k12.hi.us and you need to use your PDE3 password. SY 2016-17  PSAT:   Reminder that approximately 80 Juniors will…

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KAPAA HIGH SCHOOL COURSE DESCRIPTION HANDBOOK 2017 – 2018 KHS PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Students at Kapa’a High School are organized into Smaller Learning Communities in order to ensure personalization, student support, rigor & relevance. Small teams of teachers from different disciplines generally share common planning time and a group of students. Counselors are assigned by grade level to ensure continuity throughout the student’s four- year experience at Kapa’a High School. Freshman Hui Grade 9 students are heterogeneously grouped into one of two Hui, Onipa’a or Ikaika. Each Hui includes a dedicated English, Math, Science and Social Studies teacher. In addition, there…

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