November 21, 2017

Graduation 2017
  • UPDATES – WEEK OF NOVEMBER 20th

    This time of year certainly reminds me that working with you continues to be a wonderful experience and journey. My gratitude is built on our past good work, sense of pride for our present work, and building our future work toward student readiness, readiness for the workplace, for leadership, and contributions to our communities.. Wishing you and your love ones truly a very Happy Thanksgiving! Oh yes…be sure to have a freshly baked muffin (or scone) early Thanksgiving morning as it makes for an outstanding day!!! Goal 1: STUDENT SUCCESS: CTE Programs of Study: Kapa’a High’s Academy Hui/Academy framework provides…

  • UPDATES -WEEK OF NOVEMBER 14th

    Goal 1: STUDENT SUCCESS Academy Interdisciplinary Capstone: Per our mid-term WASC visit, we are reminded us about those key areas that we need to focus on……. interdisciplinary projects, capstone and improving our state assessment scores for Math and Science. Asking our CTE lead teachers to work with their academies to solidify pathway interdisciplinary capstone programs to ensure relevancy for all students. Administration will continue to align Early College courses and community partnerships with our efforts. Administration will be having an initial meeting with State Personnel Office and Budget Office on Monday, Nov. 20th to begin planning for personnel and budgetary…

  • UPDATES – WEEK OF NOVEMBER 6th

    Goal 1: STUDENT SUCCESS WASC Visitation: Our mid-term WASC visitation is happening this Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017. Visiting team members Chair Elden Esmeralda, Principal and Robin Kitsu, Curriculum Coordinator will be on campus prior to the start of school and remain until they finalize their review. Reminder that this mid-term visit is to confirm our collective progress in addressing those identified areas per the WASC report. We will be having a faculty meeting with Principal Esmeralda and Mr. Kitsu at 2:30 p.m. in the library. Please be sure that examples around standards being taught that day, bell to bell work,…

  • UPDATES – WEEK OF OCTOBER 30th

    Goal 1: STUDENT SUCCESS Natural Resources Pathway: Want to acknowledge teachers Kylie Hashizaki, Brandon Fujita and their students for a wonderful job in preparing the field for our Agriculture & Animal System pathways. Over the past weeks teachers & students (including custodial staff) have really done great job in the cleaning and prepping the agriculture land area…..truly lots of hard work! While this is work in progress, pleased to share that plans are in place to build new 6 ft fencing/gates, fully automated fodder system, and new tractor beginning January 2018. Great to see this vision coming together! Want to…

  • UPDATES – WEEK OF OCT. 23rd

    Goal 1:  STUDENT SUCCESS Quarter I Marks: Reminder that Quarter 1 marks are to be posted in Infinite Campus no later than Monday Oct. 23 by 3:00 p.m.  Teachers were given extra time to work on this so that all marks will be done on time. Teachers who have TA’s please be sure to give the TA an “S” or “U”. Teachers with the Early College program, please only give your students an “S” or “U”, a Final A-F mark will be required at the end of this Semester. Teachers with Quarter courses such as Adv. Guidance, MHH, Am. Lit, World Lit, PE, Wt,…

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Hui-Academy Info

KHS Course Description Handbook 2017-2018

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…

FRESHMAN HANDBOOK SY 2017-2018

FRESHMAN HANDBOOK SY 2017-2018

IDEAS ACADEMY HANDBOOK

IDEAS  ACADEMY HANDBOOK 2017-2018  

HOPES ACADEMY HANDBOOK

HOPES ACADEMY HANDBOOK 2017-2018