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School Policies, Procedures, and Forms

A+ After School Program

The A+ Program is available for students whose parents are working and/or attending school. Registration forms are available in the school office. A+ hours are from 2:15pm to 5:30pm M, T, Th, F and 12:30pm to 5:30pm on Wed. There is no A+ program during school vacations/intersession, Staff development Days, waiver Days, State holidays, Weekends, teacher Institute Day, and early dismissal (days prior to Winter break and Summer break). There is a monthly charge of $85.00 payable to Kama'aina Kids. Students qualifying for free or reduced meals may be charged a lesser fee. Late pickup is subject to an additional charge of $5.00 for each 15 minutes after 5:30pm.

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After School

Students are reminded that loitering on school campus after school is prohibited. Bus riders are to report directly to the bus-loading zone. After school program (A+, Kama'aina Kids, Hickam Youth Center) attendees are to report directly to their youth leaders. Students living in the vicinity of Mokulele Elementary School should report directly home.

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Classroom Visitations

To minimize classroom distractions and interruptions in instruction, parents are asked not to "drop-in" on their child's classroom. Please stop at the administration office if there is anything that needs to be delivered to your child. The office will ensure that your child receives the item. If you wish to visit your child's classroom, please make prior arrangements with his/her teacher or through the school office. All parents, visitors, and volunteers must sign in at the office for all classroom visits or activities. Any person on campus without a visitor pass will be asked to sign in at the office or will be asked to leave campus.

Furthermore, it is appreciated that parents who are picking up their children at the end of the day, wait outside the classroom away from the doors to avoid disrupting the closure of the school day.

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Contraband Items

For safety and security reasons, the following items are not allowed in school:

  • Toys
  • Electronic games and equipment (CD Players, Portable Game Players, Cellular Telephones, etc.)
  • Valuable Items
  • Sports Equipment
  • Skateboards, Rollerblades, Scooters, and "Heely" type footwear.
  • Any item which may lead to "bodily injury or disruption of school operations"
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Dress Code

  • School uniforms will be worn at all times unless otherwise noted;
  • Shorts or skirts should be below the palms when hands are held at student's side;
  • The waist of pants should not fall below the hips;
  • Long pants should not pass the shoes or ankles;
  • Heels of shoes should be less than 2-inches;
  • Shoes with wheels are prohibited ("Heely" type footwear);
  • Jewelry should be appropriate. Earrings should be less than 3-inches long;
  • Buttons and zippers should be fastened appropriately

1st Violation - Call to parents, and change of clothes.
2nd Violation - Call to parents, and appropriate disciplinary action.

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Early Release

Parents requesting early release during the school day must do the following:

  1. Send a note to your child's teacher in the morning;
  2. Come in person to sign him/her out at the administration office and obtain a Student Pass before proceeding to pick up your child at his/her respective classroom. Students will not be released from the classroom to any person without a Student Pass. A child cannot be permitted to leave school unescorted.
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General Learner Outcomes (GLO's)

Embedded in our mission to incorporate content and performance standards of the DOE are General Learner Outcomes (GLOs). Mokulele Elementary School is committed to achieving steady progress in GLOs. These outcomes will give direction to our continuous pursuit of excellence in Standards-Based Learning.

  • GLO #1 Self-Directed Learner --
    The ability to be responsible for one's own learning.
  • GLO #2 Community Contributor --
    The understanding that it is essential for human beings to work together.
  • GLO #3 Complex Thinker --
    The ability to demonstrate critical thinking and problem-solving.
  • GLO #4 Quality Producer --
    The ability to recognize and produce quality performance and quality products.
  • GLO #5 Effective Communicator --
    The ability to communicate effectively.
  • GLO #6 Effective and Ethical Users of Technology --
    The ability to use a variety of technologies effectively and ethically.
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Harassment Policy

"Harassment" means a person acts with intent to harass, annoy, or alarm if he/she:

  • States abusive jokes to another person: Insults, taunts, or challenges another person ina manner likely to provoke a violent response.
  • Bullies, name-calls (teases) or threatens another person: Causes fear as to prevent other from gaining legitimate access to or use school buildings, facilities, or grounds such as, but not limited to restroom facilities.
  • Physically assaults another person: Strikes shoves kicks or otherwise touches a person in an offensive manner or subjecting such person to offensive physical contact.
  • Displays a "look-alike" gun or weapon.
  • Causes others to feel uncomfortable, pressured, threatened or in danger as a result of sexually-related verbal or physical activity (sexual harassment).


Harassment is illegal, prohibited by DOE Policy and wil not be tolerated at Mokulele Elementary School. Report any incident to Teachers, Counselors, or Administration. Prompt action will be taken on offenders. (In accordance with Chapter 19 Procedures and Regulations.)

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Health Services

If your child becomes ill or is injured in school, first aid care will be provided by the health aid who will notify you by telephone or note. If you are asked to pick up your child, and you are unable to come in person, please inform the school as to who will come for your child so that the safety of your child is constantly assured. All persons are required to show proper identification before your child is released to him/her. Students will not be allowed to walk home unaccompanied.

Please before to notify the health aide and office if there is a change in emergency phone numbers.

If your child has a communicable illness - A doctor's signed statement certifying that a student may return to school is required by the State of Hawaii Dept. of Health for student absences due to the following communicable illnesses: skin diseases, impetigo (staphylococcal infections), ringworm, scabies, scarlet fever, strep throat, and other streptococcal infections.

If your child has Pediculosis (head lice) - Any student who has head lice must undergo treatment to eliminate nits and live lice. Prior to returning to class, any student who has been sent home with head lice must report to the Health Room for clearance. For more information on getting rid of head lice, please see our Health Aide.

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Lost & Found Items

Parents are advised to label all articles (clothing and supplies) belonging to their children. This will facilitate finding the rightful owners when the items are turned in. Lost and found articles are kept in the office breezeway. They are displayed for the students to look over and claim. At the end of each quarter, items not claimed are donated to a worthy charity.

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Parent Teacher Conference/Parent Newsletter

Parent-teacher conferences are encouraged at Mokulele Elementary School. They are by far the best means of communication between teacher and parent. If there are any questions or concerns regarding your child, please contact his/her teacher. School wide parent-teacher conferences are usually held following the first quarter. Other conferences can be held at the request of the parent, teacher, or administrator.
Parent Bulletins and special notices are periodically sent home through your child. Monthly lunch menus, special announcements, important messages, and reminders are contained in the bulletins. Please give them your special attention, for this is an important means of communicating general school information to parents.

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Registration - Admissions

Students transferring from another local school in the State of Hawaii must present a Student Release Form (211) from their former school and a proof of Hawaii residence. Students enrolling in Hawaii for the first time will need:

  • A birth certificate or passport
  • Proof of Residence (e.g. housing orders, rental/lease agreements, mock utility bill, cable television, or phone addressed to the parent.)
  • A Tuberculin (Mantoux) test done within twelve (12) months prior to school entrance.
  • A health record (Form 14) on which the following is recorded:
    • Physical examination done within a year of entry;
    • A Tuberculin test that reads 9mm and below or negative chest x-ray;
    • A complete series of required immunizations;

NOTE: A child need not apply for "admissions" to this school. As long as the student lives within this school's coverage area, this is the school he/she will attend.
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School Closure Procedures

In the event of a natural or man-made emergency such as a hurricane, tsunami, bomb threat, or relase of an unknown substance into the air that threatens the health and safety of our students and school personnel, or school has emergency response plans developed. Moreover, we are required to practice emergency drills on an annual basis to minimize exposure to dangers.

In the event of an emergency, your child will be cared for by our staff in accordance with school plans and guided by emergency response personnel such as police, fire, and emergency medical services. At times like these, we ask your cooperation by:

  1. Remaining where you are and not rushing to the school campus. This will help keep roadways clear and allow emergency first responders quick access while not exposing you to danger.
  2. Listen to the radio or watch television for information and instructions. (If conditions permit, this website will also be used to communicate instructions and information).
  3. Picking up your child(ren) at the regular dismissal time unless otherwise directed.
  4. Avoiding calls to the school to keep the phone lines open for communication with emergency responders.
There may be instances when we will need to keep your child(ren) at the school or at the evacuation site for long periods of time to ensure their health and safety. Please wait for an "all clear" signal from appropriate authorities before going to the school or evacuation site.
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Student Code of Conduct

"Students are expected to be honest, behave with dignity and treat others with respect and courtesy. Behavior of the individual should not interfere with the rights of others. This includes the use of appropriate language, actions, and attire. Students are expected not to harass others verbally or physically. They are expected to come to school free from the influence of tobacco products, alcohol, or drugs. Students are expected not to use or or possess such substances."

Adapted from Student Code of Conduct (Board of Education Feb. 2, 1995)

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Standards of Behavior

Mokulele Elementary School provides behavior expectations and places accountability upon them for maintainin a school environment that is conductive to learning. To fufill this responsibility, student conduct must be guided by one's respect for self, others and our school properties.

A Mokulele Citizen knows to...

  • Take care of myself;
  • Take care of each other;
  • Take care of our school

Mokulele is a Tribes School. Tribes is a research-based process that promotes student learning in a safe environment where students are actively engaged in their learning.

School wide expectations are for students to follow the Tribes Agreements at all times:
  • Mutual Respect -- Treat others the way you would like to be treated, or even better.
  • Attentive Listening -- Listen with your eyes, ears, and heart.
  • Appreciation & No Put Downs -- Use kind words and don't say hurtful things.
  • The Right to Participate/Pass -- The more we participate, the more we learn. We have the right to pass on personal sharing but not on academics.
  • Safety -- Think "Safety First!"

Teachers and parents have the responsibility of reviewing conduct rules with their children and to assst children by providing guidance and counseling if necessary.

The following guidelines apply to all students during school hours, on school premises, on the bus, or during department supervised activities.

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Statement of Non-Discrimination

No public school student shall be excluded from participation in, denied benefits of, or be subected to discrimination on account of the students race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, religion, disability, or sexual orientation under any program of the State of Hawaii Department of Education.

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Please inform the school office (in writing or by telephone) a minimum of five (5) days before your child's last day. This will allow the office time to prepare the release. All financial obligations (lost book payments, lunch loans, etc.) must be cleared prior to your child's release. Release packets will only be given to a parent or guardian on your child's last day. School records will be forwarded to your child's new school via U.S. Mail. if possible, please have the new home address, telephone number, and the name of your child's new school.

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