With humility we would like to announce that we received a letter from the International Baccalaureate (IB) organization that we are now an authorized IB World School!  Congratulations to our entire Koko Head `Ohana on this achievement.    This is just the beginning of our journey to continuously transform into the school that our students and community deserves.  Mahalo for your continued support.

Register for our school sponsored afterschool programs starting the week of February 4th.  Here’s information on our Spring semester offerings.

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED

The registration period is from  January 14-17th

Students will be notified via hardcopy by January 31, 2019, as to whether they were registered given the limited number of spaces available.

This winter break we are offering a few i-Ready computer labs for students to work on supplemental math and reading lessons.  The labs are open to students in grades 3-5.  Spaces are limited and priority registration will be given to students who are already enrolled in our afterschool i-Ready labs intervention.

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.

The online registration period is from Friday, December 14th until Tuesday, December 18th…..Deadline to register has been extended to Tuesday.  Here’s a letter that explains more information about this learning opportunity.

 

Thank you Cobra families for your generous donations to our Student Council led canned food drive.  Students brought in a total of about 1,384 pounds of non-perishable food items, which will support needy families in our State.  Way to go Cobras!

A warm mahalo to Niu Valley Middle School’s students and world class music department for engaging and entertaining our students.  Among the musical delights, was a selection from the Disney Pixar Incredibles movie, which was a big hit for our Cobras!  We look forward to seeing you back next school year.

 

Thank you to our Student Council for sign waiving to cap off our Connect & Respect week as we stand together against bullying!

Our Kaiser Complex Connect and Respect Week this school year runs from October 29th-November 2.  Students, please participate in the various activities as we intentionally stand together against bullying.

A warm mahalo to our community volunteers who, in conjunction with a Boy Scout Eagle project, repainted many of the exterior walls along our central covered walkway.  Thank you for spending your Saturday afternoon to engage in acts of service.


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.

iXL

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

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