ASAP Summer Program For more information on the ASAP Program, beginning June 8th, view their website at this link.
GRAB & GO MEALS Grab and Go Meals will be available starting June 8th at CKMS and can be picked up between 7:30am-8:00am and 11:30am - 12:00pm. Please drive through the bus lane to pick up your child's meals! Please maintain social distancing guidelines. If you need assistance from the Hawaii Food Bank, click on this memo --> Hawaii Food Bank Distribution - Various Kauai Locations & Times
E HĀ Kākou Below are the HA Learning Modules from KSBE - Kealapono Division. We thank them for these inspirational and cultural based activities and lessons that are so valuable to our Keiki and Ohana.
Distance Learning Survey from HI DOE Middle and high school students in grades 6-12 at public, charter and private schools are invited to take a short, online distance learning survey. The results of this survey are intended to help the Hawaii State Department of Education and schools learn more about the progression of distance learning and areas of need across the state. This feedback is essential in planning for the new school year. To access the survey, visit bit.ly/StudentDistanceLearningSurvey or hawaiipublicschools.org.
View the CKMS Virtual May Day! Mahalo to all the Students who were selected for our 2019-20 May Day Celebration. Even without in school instruction, they were able to put an amazing show together for us. Special Mahalo to our May Day Court, Kristyn Peralta, Jill Chow, Laura Estrada, Amanda Fretto, Sarah Tochiki, Team Unify, and all other CKMS Faculty Administration and Staff.
SCHOOL UNIFORMS FOR SY20-21 School uniforms for next school year are ready to be ordered from Kula Threads at www.kulathreads.com. Look for the middle/intermediate link at the top of the page. When you hover your mouse over it, Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School is the first school you’ll see. Click on our school name to take you to the ordering site. From here you can order your school uniform t-shirts in both cotton and dri-fit, shorts for PE, pullover hoodies, and even a windbreaker jacket. Kula Threads will ship your order directly to your home.
SCHOOL BUS PASS REFUNDS The Student Transportation Services Branch (STSB) will be issuing refunds to paid school bus pass holders due to the COVID-19 emergency school closure. Click here for full memo.
Parents/Guardians: We understand that this can be a very stressful time for families, and we wanted to let you know that your grade level counselors are here to support your child. Here are some helpful links for families: *How to Prepare *How to Manage Anxiety & Stress *Helping Children Cope with Emergencies *Talking to Children About COVID-19: A Parent Resource A Counselor Choice Board was shared with each student through their grade level counselor. Grade level counselors will be available during school hours to meet with students through online platforms WebEx or Zoom app, which is great for cell phones, or Google Meets, which is great for laptops/desktop devices. All are FERPA compliant (confidential) and are secure. Students will be available to make an appointment with their counselor via the Counselor Choice Boardor Eckms email. If there is an emergency during non-school hours, here are some resources available 24/7. *Crisis Mobile Outreach Kauai: Crisis Workers are on call to help youth who are in psychiatric crisis, available 24/7. Kauai- 1-808-753-6879 *Child and Family Service Kauai: The Parent Line is a free statewide confidential telephone line and resource on child behavior, development, parenting, caregiver support and community resources. Neighbor Islands: 1-800-816-1222*National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.1-800-273-8255 *Crisis Text Line: Every texter is connected with a Crisis Counselor, a real-life human being trained to bring texters from a hot moment to a cool calm through active listening and collaborative problem solving. *Please call *911 if there is an active medical or fire emergency, or crimes in progress. 1-808-241-1711 is the non-emergency line which should be used for all other inquiries that are not a medical emergency or crimes not in progress. Please email your child’s grade level counselor if you have any questions or concerns: 6th gr: firstname.lastname@example.org 7th gr: email@example.com 8th gr: firstname.lastname@example.org