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. 

We hope you enjoy visiting our website and find it helpful.


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Activities Calendar

Fall Break Begins
Date: 10/9/2017
Location: No School
Fall Break Ends
Date: 10/13/2017
Location: Last Day No School
First Day Back from Fall Break
Date: 10/16/2017
Location: Come back to school
Kamiloiki Keiki Carnival
Date: 10/20/2017, 1:30 PM 6 PM
Location: Don't forget to take this day off!
Parent-Teacher Conferences Begin -- Early Dismissal
Date: 10/30/2017
Location: M, T. R, F 1:15 p.m. dismissal, W 12:30 p.m. dismissal

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

Regal Bakery One-Day Delivery is Saturday 9/23 & Need HELP!

Please pick-up your freshly-baked Regal Bakery cinnamon bread, pound cake, chocolate chip cookies and hot dog manapua on Saturday, September 23 from 9 a.m. until noon in our school cafeteria.

HELP! We need hands to help us distribute all the goodies, too. Please sign up from 9 to 10:30, 10:30 to 12, or both. Take tickets in the check out lanes, restock products on the tables or be a runner filling orders. Your children are welcome to help, too! It's a fun morning. We have pizza for lunch in the library when we're done. Please email Co-Chair Jenny Engels at engels@hawaii.edu. Big mahalo!

Gentle Reminder to Take Keiki Carnival Day Off

One of our most fun days of the year is coming up! The Kamiloiki Keiki Carnival is on Friday, October 20 from 1:30 to 6 p.m. and is filled with rides, games, food, vendors and a spectacular silent auction.

Don't miss this awesome family time. Help us set-up at 8 a.m., and spend time with your children throughout the day. Please take the day off from work, and have a blast with your Kamiloiki ohana! Mahalo nui loa!

Want to be a Vendor at the Keiki Carnival?

It's your chance to share your business, sell your specialties, crafts and merchandise at our school's Keiki Carnival on Friday, October 20 from 1:30 to 6 p.m. All booths are 10 feet x 10 feet. Outdoor booths have no electricity and cost $80. Indoor booths are located in the cafeteria, have electricity and a cafe table for $100.

Please fill out the Vendor Form attached, by clicking on the headline, and return it to Susan Takahashi, Parent Community Networking Coordinator (PCNC) at the school office or email at susan_takahashi@notes.k12.hi.us. Mahalo for your support!

How To Receive Kamilo`iki Text Messages

Those wishing to receive Kamilo`iki Mass Message texts will need to subscribe by doing the following:
a. Use the phone you want the message sent to
b. Dial - 56360
c. Text - Join
Please make sure to let the office know if your contact number(s) change.

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