Aloha Parents and Guardians of Pahoa High and Intermediate School Students, this is Vice Principal Williamson
Remember that students will be working from home in a 100% virtual setting through September 11. Only select students will be on campus.
Wifi is available as drive up only in H Building parking lot from 7:00 am through 3:00 pm Monday through Friday. Students are limited to one hour, depending on demand.
This week is an even week. That means students should be working on their even week work and turning in the attendance assignment for this week for teachers to mark as present.
Daily, breakfast and lunch are being served to our PHIS students. Students need to show their ID for scanning. Breakfast is served from 8-8:30 and lunch is served from 12-12:30. This is for PHIS students only.
Finally, remember that if you have specific classroom questions, please email the teachers, but if you are having technical difficulties, you can either call the Ohana Help desk at 643-3375 or call the school at 313-4300.
All of this and more is posted on the school website: pahoahis.org.
Aloha and have a good night.
August 14, 2020
To Whom It May Concern,
The Kaʻū-Keaʻau-Pāhoa Complex Area (KKP CA) vision is “Mohala i ka wai ka maka o ka pua” (Flowers thrive where there is water, as thriving people are found where living conditions are good.) We have a responsibility to make sure that we nourish these waters so that our future flowers of the next generations can bloom and perpetuate the culture.
During these unprecedented times, KKP leaders’ priority has been to continue our model of shared leadership and resourcing for the benefit of all students. Complex area principals have been working tirelessly with their staff to create school systems and schedules that best meet the needs of our students while also ensuring health and safety practices for the wellbeing of students, staff, and families.
KKP schools are aligned with Superintendent Kishimoto’s three-phase plan for distance learning. Principals are working with their staff to coordinate their schedule for the week of August 17, 2020, to minimize the time that students will be on campus with other children and adults.
We thank all of our KKP ʻohana for their dedication and care in continuing to nourish the conditions in which our students can thrive. “Ua Ola Loko I ke aloha - Love gives life within."
Boys & Girls Club of the Big Island is now in the process of distributing brand new clothing that was recently donated by Old Navy.
We have over 20,000 pieces of new clothing!
Clothing items will go to support community keiki in-need throughout Hawaii Island.
All clothing will be provided free.
Families can go to the website at www.bgcbi.org to fill out the simple “clothing request form”.
Families will be able to pick up their clothes once sorted, packed and ready or BGCBI will help to get the clothing items to the home location of families that have barriers to transportation access.
Let’s all come together to bring clothing access direct to our families that need us the most.