October 18, 2017

Graduation 2017
  • UPDATES – WEEK OF OCT. 16th

    Per our Early College journey, wanted to highlight Waipahu High School’s Ms. Rovy Dipaysa.   Rovy is currently a senior and taking Early College courses from Leeward Community College.   She has been taking Early College courses since grade 9  and currently has enough credits for an Associate of Arts (AA) in Liberal Arts and Associate of Science (AS) in Philippine Studies.  Ms. Dipaysa will be completed with her AA and AS requirements this December, one semester before she officially graduates from Waipahu High in June 2018.   Rovy has applied for admission at Chaminade University’s Nursing Program for Fall 2018…

  • UPDATES – WEEK OF OCTOBER 2nd

    I take this opportunity sharing my appreciation to our students, SAC Harriet Watanabe, teachers and parents for a wonderful homecoming event.  Seeing first hand the many students giving of their time and staying late to decorate our gym and community  speaks volumes to the WARRIOR PRIDE.  Seeing teachers, support staff, and parents willing to donate their time in supporting our students is indicative as to how special our school has evolved.    Want to also acknowledge teacher Liz Steiner and her science students who volunteered to help monitor/count (in the rain) shearwaters during our homecoming game.  What a wonderful example…

  • UPDATES – WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 25th

    GOAL 1:   STUDENT SUCCESS:   Student Support Practices: Appreciate the open sharing at our last EES session.  Performance results  reflects our efforts for SY 2016-17 and also re-sharing our base-line effective SY 2017 that all school’s must attain.  (ELA – 51% (already met benchmark);  Math – 42% & Science – 43%).   As a 4 X 4 block schedule school, our teachers teach their content classes twice within a calendar year meaning that alignment, common assessments, and support system should be in place.   Thus our baseline standard benchmark of 50% benchmark for math and science is achievable.  Firmly believe…

  • UPDATES – WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 18th

    GOAL 1:   STUDENT SUCCESS:   STRIVE HI Performance Report: Please review attached performance results as it reflects our efforts for SY 2016-17.   The Hawaii Dept. of Education will be sharing this publically on Tuesday, Sept. 19th.   We continue to struggle with the same three areas (Attendance, Math, & Science) and banking that our focused Student Support team work will make that positive difference.  Congratulations as our ELA/Literacy continues to demonstrate positive growth.   (See attached file: 455_StriveHIKapaaHigh17.pdf) Research continues to show us that the key to student success is building their knowledge through content rich nonfiction reading ,…

  • UPDATES – WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 11TH

    GOAL 1:   STUDENT SUCCESS:   Mid-Term 1 RFA’s Reminder to submit RFA’s via Google Docs for all students who received failing marks for the Mid-Term 1. GOAL 2:   STAFF SUCCESS: Individualized Professional Development Plan (IPDP): Reminder to work on your IPDP goals aligned our school-wide RFA process in improving student support  practices, use of the data, and our Google Teacher Input Forms.  Sharing a draft template that teachers to help design teachers’  IPDP. (See attached file: 17-18 IPDP Sample.docx) Goal 3: SYSTEM SUCCESS: New Faculty Members: Effective Monday, Sept. 18th, Jennifer Hornichova will be joining our faculty in supporting…

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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

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