Kamiloiki Elementary

Ohana Holiday Craft Night & Dessert Potluck, Friday, Dec. 14. Details in Activities Calendar below.  /  Scheduling TIME SWITCH: School ends at 2:15 pm on Wednesday, Dec. 19. Early release, 1:30 pm, on Friday, Dec. 21.
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Weather Meteorologist, Justin Cruz, of KHON2
Carnival memories
Carnival Memories
Hanalei helpers

Gr. 4 Helps out the Hanalei Kalo Farmers

Some of our friendly faculty & staff members

Parent volunteers help to provide tons of fun!

Welcome Message

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

'Ohana Holiday Craft Night & Dessert Potluck (Click here for more info)
Date: 12/14/2018, 6:30 PM 8:30 PM
Location: Kamiloiki Cafeteria


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

Student Voice Makes Our Vision & Mission Possible

Students in grades K - 5 expressed their ideas about our school's vision and mission statements during their library time with our school librarian. They were asked to either write or depict their ideas onto small, colorful sticky notes, visually creating a colorful voice collective.

Regal Bakery Fundraiser is a BIG Success! (Click here to see more)

A BIG mahalo to all of our students and families for helping to make our fundraiser a HUGE success.  4,378 items were sold, which helped to raise over $13,500. Top Selling Homerooms earned a class party! Congratulations to Ms. Nagata's 4th Grade Class and Mrs. Omura's 1st Grade Class!! Congratulations to the Top Seller contest winner and the student who won the drawing!!!

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