E Komo Mai (Welcome)

Our Vision: A community of learners who are empowered to become contributing members of the global society.

  • May 25 (Wed) – Students Dismissed at 2:15PM
  • May 25 (Wed) – Awards Assembly at 8:30AM / Talent Show at 12:45PM
  • May 26 (Thurs) – Last Day for Students, Students Dismissed at 1:30PM
  • May 26 (Thurs) – 5th Grade Promotion Ceremony at 10:15AM
  • July 28 (Thurs) – Open House at 6:00PM for Gr. 1-5 Students
  • August 2 (Tues) – First Day of the 2016-17 School Year

Our school joined the rest of the Kaiser Complex Schools to celebrate “Connect & Respect” week.

Our Student Council promoted the important message of being caring and respectful.

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. Schools who receive this distinction need to wait five years before being eligible to be nominated again. 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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Mahalo for coming out to support our May Day program.  Students, you did a wonderful job showcasing the beauty and richness of the Hawaiian culture.  Thank you to Kumu Saole, her family, our faculty and staff, parents, and of course our students, for making this year’s program a success!

Congratulations to our delegation of students who participated in the Honolulu District Speech Festival yesterday at Kaimuki High School.  It takes courage and risk-taking to speak in front of strangers.  Go Cobras!

We would like to thank the Jaguars of Aina Haina Elementary School for graciously hosting us in a friendly game of basketball.  Kudos to the volunteer refs from the City & County Department of Parks and Recreation for donating your time to officiate the game.

This morning our 4th Graders embarked on their trip to Maui!  Safe travels and we’ll see you back on Friday!

It was an honor for our students to participate in today’s Kaiser Complex 5th Grade Fitness Meet held at Kaiser High School.  We would like to thank Principal Mew of Kaiser High School and his faculty and staff for hosting us, along with the many volunteers, District and school employees for making this event happen.  We appreciate the opportunity to have a positive, health and wellness promoting experience.  Go Cougars!

Mahalo for making yesterday’s Keiki Karnival a success!  We appreciate the support of our parent and community volunteers.  The weather was perfect and our keiki had a blast.  Students, have a safe and restful Spring Break and we’ll see you back at school on March 29th.

The summer school site for the Kaiser Complex Elementary Schools will be Aina Haina Elementary School.

For General Summer School Information, click here.

For the Registration Form, click here.

For your planning, the summer school will run from June 1st-June 29th from 8:00AM-12:00PM.

Our students learned how to “Sort It Out” by the help of our friends from the Honolulu Theatre for Youth (HTY).  Students learned the how’s and the why’s of reducing, reusing and, recycling.  We would like to thank the City & County of Honolulu and HTY for making today’s assembly possible.

KidBiz 3000

Kid Biz 3000
Our students use KizBiz 3000 as an online supplemental reading comprehension intervention to provide targeted supports.
For student login, click here.


Our students use iXL as an online supplemental intervention to reinforce basic math skills.
For student login, click here.

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