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Our school joined the rest of the Kaiser Complex Schools to celebrate “Connect & Respect” day by wearing pink.
Our students, faculty, and staff wore pink heart stickers. The heart symbolized the importance of being caring to all and the pink represented the color of an eraser to send a message to erase all forms of bullying.
Our school’s afterschool SCRATCH club participated in the Hour of Code.
SCRATCH is an open source programming language produced at MIT.
Koko Head School represented Hawaii in the National Blue Ribbon Schools Program as a high performing school.
We are one of three schools from the State of Hawaii to receive this distinction in 2011. We credit the entire Koko Head Elementary School Ohana, past and present, for this honor.
Our school is part of the Kaiser Complex of the Honolulu District in the State of Hawaii Department of Education.
All the Kaiser Complex schools are committed to providing a World Class Education for our community.
The Kaiser Complex includes:
Koko Head Elementary, Aina Haina Elementary, Hahaione Elementary, Kamiloiki Elementary, Niu Valley Middle School & Henry J. Kaiser High School
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We celebrated Read Across America this month and were fortunate to have a guest reader in Mr. Kikuta from the Honolulu Police Department. Mr. Kikuta read excerpts from a Dr. Seuss book, sang poems with our students, and even played the ukulele. What a treat!
Our students were fortunate to have an ensemble from the Hawaii Symphony Orchestra perform at our school. The musicians shared a little bit about their instruments (a violin, a horn, and a bassoon) and entertained us with a variety of pieces. They even played a song from the movie Frozen, which brought joy to many of our students.
Thank you for coming out to our Family Movie Night this past Friday as we celebrated our school’s 60th anniversary this school year. Over 250 attendees enjoyed a nice evening under the stars. Go Cobras!
Congratulations to our students as they competed in the Honolulu District Spelling Bee held at McKinley High School. They did a wonderful job representing our school!
Congratulations 4th and 5th grade classroom finalists for participating in our school’s Spelling Bee. Also, thank you to our volunteer Spelling Bee coordinator and judges. The competition went over 10 rounds. Next month our first and second place winners will represent our school at the Honolulu District Science Fair. Good luck!
Niu Valley Middle School’s Band, Orchestra, and Polynesian Music students performed at a special assembly in front of the entire school. Thank you for sharing your creative musical talents with us. The band even played a rendition from “Frozen”, to the delight of everyone in attendance. A special mahalo to Niu Valley Music Department conductors Mr. Fanning and Mr. Morita for a job well done. Great job Lancers!
Mahalo for supporting last night’s Family Bingo Night! We had over 250 in attendance and the evening was filled with a lot of laughter, energy, and family bonding experiences.