Liholiho Elementary

Skip to main content Thank you for attending our Parent/Teacher Conferences!  Over 95% attended our conferences.  Thanksgiving Break is coming (Thursday, November 23 and Friday, November 24)!¬†¬†Have a wonderful holiday with family and friends.
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Avoiding Chronic Absenteeism

Data has shown that students who attend school regularly achieve at much higher levels than those who are frequently absent. The holidays are upon us and we all have things to do, places to be and people to see. However, we are asking that Liholiho families make it a point to schedule family trips/vacations in accordance with scheduled Department of Education breaks. Planning a trip during non-scheduled breaks may same some money in the short-term, however, the chance that you might put your child's education in jeopardy could have long-term consequences! A letter was sent home explaining the Department of Education's definition of Chronic Absenteeism. Please read it and give your child the greatest gift ever, a wonderful education!!!

Practicing Internet Safety

Practicing internet safety is of paramount importance in today's digital world. Please remember that your smartphone provides access to information, both good and bad. We have been made aware that some parents allow their children to "use their smartphones unattended while here at school." Please be aware that a quick stroke of the keyboard or click of a button can expose your child, and others around or near them, to inappropriate content. Please click on the link above to learn tips about basic internet safety.

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Principal's Message

 
Dear Parents/Guardians, Students and Community Members,
 
     Thank you for returning your Parent/Teacher Conference forms!  Teachers will send home a confirmation form this week.  During the conference period all students will be dismissed 1 hour earlier from October 23 through November 3.  Kama'aina Kids A+ Program will begin immediately after dismissal.
      We are fortunate this year to have five retired Punahou teachers or staff members who are supporting our Wellness Program.  They are assisting teachers and Mrs. Yap, our Wellness coordinator with the Aina in the Schools curriculum.  Aina in the Schools focus on healthy eating and gardening.  Students are also be taught breathing and yoga as stress management techniques.  Our school is involved in the complex area's Multi-Tier System of Support (MTSS) initiative, which addresses Social/Emotional Learning.  Stress reduction is a component of MTSS.
      Mahalo to our PTA who is sponsoring Foodland's Give Aloha Program.  Kokua and help our school by donating to the program at any Foodland store.  Foodland will match your donation.
      Wishing you a wonderful Fall Break!
                                                                      Sincerely,
 
                                                                      Mrs. Christina Small, Principal