Nānākuli Elementary

|**FAMILY WELCOME MEETINGS - AUGUST 4-14*   *FIRST DAY FOR STUDENTS - AUGUST 17*   *See you soon, WE MISS YOU!! ❤️ NES Staff**|

Upcoming Events

Parent/Teacher/Student - Welcome Meetings (scheduled by Teacher)
Date: 8/10/2020
Parent/Teacher/Student - Welcome Meetings (scheduled by Teacher)
Date: 8/11/2020
Parent/Teacher/Student - Welcome Meetings (scheduled by Teacher)
Date: 8/12/2020
Parent/Teacher/Student - Welcome Meetings (scheduled by Teacher)
Date: 8/13/2020
Parent/Teacher/Student - Welcome Meetings (scheduled by Teacher)
Date: 8/14/2020

Executive Office on Early Learning (EOEL) and Nanakuli Elementary School Applications

Nanakuli Elementary is one of the few public schools in the state to have a public Pre-Kindergarten program located on our campus. The program is funded through the State of Hawaii's Executive Office on Early Learning. For more information please visit: EOEL website.
Please note that current EOEL students will need to complete a registration to enter Kindergarten.
 

Nānākuli Elementary School- EOEL Application

 

Nānākuli Elementary Grades K - 6 Student Registration Requirements & Application

 
If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment to pick-up a hard-copy application, please call the main office at (808)307-8600.

Principal's Message

Principal's Message

***UPDATE as of AUGUST 7, 2020***

Aloha NES Families,
 
The Hawai'i State Department of Education (HIDOE) announced today a modification to school reopening plans for all O'ahu public schools to align with the new safeguards and restrictions prompted by the increasing number of COVID-19 cases on the island.
 
Starting on August 17, all O'ahu public schools will be implementing full distance learning models.
 
HIDOE has designed three phases for O'ahu schools:
 
First phase, in-person training (August 17-20): During the first week of school, students will physically return to campus on a coordinated schedule and support their transition to distance learning and to take universal screening assessments. Special considerations will be given to vulnerable students and their families for more in-person access to the school and teachers. 
 
Starting on August 17, we will be serving grab-and-go meals for all students. After-school programs will be suspended until students return to in-person blended learning models. 
 
Second phase, ready to learn (August 24-September 11): For the remainder of the four-week period, full distance learning will be implemented.
 
Third phase, transition to blended learning (September 14): HIDOE will continue to closely monitor the situation and work with the Governor’s Office and the Hawai'i State Department of Health to assess whether or not students can safely return to in-person blended learning models. If distance learning will continue for the remainder of the first quarter of school, an announcement will be made on September 8.
 
Earlier this week, the Department announced the launch of the 'Ohana Help Desk to provide self-service and chat support for families experiencing issues connecting to HIDOE systems remotely from home. The help desk will be able to assist with connectivity-related issues (e.g., network and WiFi connectivity), access and security issues, device support (e.g., devices, applications, software updates) and general technology support. You can access the 'Ohana Help Desk at (808)643-3375 or at the following 
 
 
Thank you for your flexibility and patience as we navigate through this new normal. If they haven’t already, your child’s teacher will reach out to schedule a family welcome meeting.

We look forward to seeing you soon. Take care and stay safe!
 

Lisa Ann L. Higa
Principal
View the ORIGINAL LETTER (7/16), UPDATE LETTER (7/30), and UPDATED REOPENING LETTER (8/7) here

News and Announcements

HIDOE Return to Learn Plan

Nānākuli Elementary School is committed to carrying out the HIDOE Return to Learn Plan as laid forth by Superintendent Christina M. Kishimoto

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