Kamiloiki Elementary

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Welcome to Kamilo`iki Elementary School! 

We are located on a hill above Kamilo`iki Valley, in the heart of Hawai`i Kai on the south eastern side of the island of Oahu. Kamilo`iki, which means "the little milo tree", opened in 1970 and has around 400 students. The symbol of Kamilo`iki School is a tri-leaved branch of the Milo tree with a flower in the center. 

At Kamilo`iki, our vision is to be a premier math and science/technology center that emphasizes exploration, discovery and achievement within a global community. Our mission at Kamilo`iki Elementary School is to promote a partnership of students, parents, community and staff dedicated to developing inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who understand, respect and make positive contribution to our diverse world. 

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Activities Calendar

Teacher Institute Day
Date: 2/12/2018
Location: No School
Keiki Great Aloha Run
Date: 2/17/2018, 7:20 AM 8:30 AM
Location: Meet at Blaisdell on Ward Ave. directly in front of main stage at 7:30 a.m. for group photo
Presidents' Day Holiday
Date: 2/19/2018
Location: No School
Spring Break Begins
Date: 3/19/2018
Location: No School
Spring Break Ends
Date: 3/23/2018
Location: No School

VISITORS/VOLUNTEERS

Parents, visitors and volunteers are to report immediately to the office when coming on campus. They are required to sign-in at the office and wear a visitor badge at all times. To minimize disruptions to our students' learning environment, please do not enter any classroom or other school facilities without prior authorization from the teacher or principal.

News and Announcements

Check Out December 2017 Issue of Kamiloiki News

On the right hand column under Quick Links, please click on "Newsletters" to view the latest parent newsletter -- the December 2017 issue -- or, simply click on the headline. Mahalo and Happy Holidays!

Keiki Great Aloha Run is Sat., Feb, 17, 2018

Time to get the running shoes out and join our Kamiloiki ohana in a lively walk or run around Blaisdell Center and McKinley High School in the 2018 Keiki Great Aloha Run. It's a safe 1.5 mile fun run for keiki 12 years and under with parents, school staff and supporters.

It's also a great fundraiser for our school's P.E. program. Kamiloiki receives $15 from each adult registration, so please designate Kamiloiki School in the registration process. Registration is $20 by January 19, 2018 and $25 by February 5, 2018. Children 4 and under, $5. Limited to the first 2,200 registered participants.

Registration includes an event t-shirt and a healthy breakfast. Program begins at 7:20 a.m. and run starts at 8 a.m. Wear your Kamiloiki School shirt and meet us on the sidewalk directly in front of the stage on Ward Ave. at 7:30 a.m. for a group photo for our school.

To register, go to www.kahoomiki.org. See you there!

Winter Break -- December 22 through Jan 5

The holidays are fast approaching, and it's time to get ready for a wonderful Winter Break! There is no school beginning Friday, December 22, 2017 through Friday, January 5, 2018. Come back to school on Monday, January 8, 2018. Have a joy-filled vacation!

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Follows Long Weekend

We have an extra long weekend to remember and honor respected civil rights leader and Nobel Peace Prize Award winner Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in January.

There is no school on Friday, January 12 for Teacher Professional Development Day and Monday, January 15 for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

In 1977, the Presidential Medal of Freedom was posthumously awarded to Dr. King by President Jimmy Carter. It says: Martin Luther King, Jr. was the conscience of his generation. He gazed upon the great wall of segregation and saw the power of love could bring it down. From the pain and exhaustion of his fight to fulfill the promises of our founding fathers for our humblest citizens, he wrung his eloquent statement of his dream for America. He made our nation stronger, because he made it better. His dream sustains us yet.

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