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Send in your Videos by April 23rd. If you have any questions, please contact and email at JBaker@pahoacomplex.k12.hi.us 📧
Aloha Parents and Guardians of Pahoa High and Intermediate School Students!
We will be conducting Parent Teacher Conferences on April 7th, 8th and 9th from 2:00-3:00. Below, you will see a list of teachers. Please select the teachers you wish to "meet" with. Each teacher will be notified of your desire to meet with them and they will arrange for a meeting time. You will be able to meet with them either through Google Meets or through phone. Please fill out everything below!
Sign Ups need to be completed by no later than 3:00 on Tuesday, April 6th. Any requests received after this time will be passed on to teachers, but may have to be scheduled outside of these posted times.
Pahoa High and Intermediate School will continue to operate in the hybrid model for the foreseeable future. We will be increasing the number of students invited to campus regularly. Counselors and administrators will be contacting specific families and students to invite to campus based on demonstrated need for additional support. As conditions allow, more students will be invited to campus, as appropriate. If you have any questions, please contact the school to speak with one of the administrators.
Congratulations to students Luche Ganot (1st Place), Mahina Kaiawe (2nd Place), Giordan Javier and Haleyah Ganot (Tied for 3rd Place) for winning the February Poetry Contest.
Students who entered in the The February Feelings Poetry Contest created an original poem about love.
Read and preview below the winner's poems:
Congratulations to Pahoa High School students Juniors Novi Czyscon and Florie Mei Tagabi in receiving an Honorable Mention Award from the Hawaii Restaurant Association Education Foundation Mad Skillz Challenge. Both students won a $25 Amazon Gift Card. The competition theme was "The Great Re-Plate" and judged by Chef Grant Sato. 16 PHS Culinary Program students entered in the competition and awarded The School Engagement Winner.
Read below the competition details and critiques by Chef Sato:
March 5, 2021
Aloha Kaʻū-Keaʻau-Pāhoa Complex Area (KKP CA) ʻOhana, We have been working very hard as a complex area and most especially as a community to keep our keiki and kūpuna safe. We hope that you and your families are healthy and finding the support that is needed to endure these challenging times.
The number of COVID-19 cases in our community has been stable for the past few weeks because we have all worked so hard to use health and safety practices. As uncertain as the pandemic has been, our schools have learned to adapt to the ever-changing guidance. Beginning in late July 2020, schools began planning for a safe return that adhered to the parameters of the Governor’s orders as well as guidance from the CDC and the Hawaiʻi Department of Health. After months of implementation of distance learning and a variety of instructional models, schools are reflecting on what they have learned. Based on decreased infection rates and updated guidance from state and national organizations, schools are now able to revisit their return to learn plans and make adjustments.
Kaʻū-Keaʻau-Pāhoa Complex Area schools are aligned with Superintendent Kishimoto’s Reopening Plan. School leaders will continue to work collaboratively with the school community and communicate plans for the remainder of the school year as well as for summer learning. We appreciate your understanding and patience during this time.
Chad Keone Farias
Complex Area Superintendent
Kaʻū-Keaʻau-Pāhoa Complex Area
Click on links below to read and view letters and announcements from the school.