Kaysha, Kaylynn, Kasen, Marissa, Matthew, Makayla, Aidan, and Kaimanu (And our high school participants Anson and Roberto) participated in the State Summer Games Track meet this weekend on Oahu. Their individual events were 100 m, 200 m, softball throw, and running long jump. Our unified 4x400m relay teams earned gold and silver medals and our 4x100 m unified relay teams earned silver and bronze medals. Their total medal count was 8 gold medals, 5 silver, 2 bronze and 1 fourth place. Amazing job each of them. They all truly showed teamwork, sportsmanship, inclusion, determination and respect for all! CONGRATULATIONS!!
Thank you all for your continued support throughout the school year with your generous donations and encouragement!
Summer Program Options
Look at some Summer Program Options for your children listed on our PCNC Page. STEMworks, KCC Kid's College, Swim Classes, Jr. Lifeguards and many more programs await to entertain your child during the summer months.
Superintendent Kishimoto's Message Regarding Social MediaThreats Superintendent Kishimoto released a notice regarding inappropriate social media threats made against Hawaii schools. Please click here to read the full memo.
Safeguard Your Children Please review this Message from Administration which was sent home with your student on Feb. 27, 2019. Safeguard your children against the MOMO Challenge popups/ads in games such as Minecraft and YouTube Kids.
May Newsletter Please view the May Newsletter, now available on the PCNC page or click here.
Speak Now - New App to Report a Bully for Smart Phones
Is a bully bothering you in school? Are you afraid to talk to a teacher because you think the bully will find out? The Hawaii Department of Education has created a new app for your smart phone that allows students or parents to report bullying anonymously. Visit https://speaknowhidoe.com to find links to download the app for your Android or iOS device. You can also watch a video on how to use the app and report a bully to school administration.
Message From Administration
Registration for the 2019-20 School Year will begin soon. As many of you are aware, boundary lines for Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School have changed. Students who live west of Koloa/Kua Roads and North of Lauoho Road will now be required to attend Waimea Canyon School. This map indicates the new boundaries: bit.ly/BoundaryChange Students currently enrolled in 6th & 7th grade may remain at CKMS through 8th grade. Geographic Exceptions will be granted if submitted for students who currently have siblings in Grades 6th through 11th grades attending CKMS or Kauai High School. Form CHP 13-1 Geographic Exception Request is available at this web address: bit.ly/GERequestForm Geographic Exception Applications should be submitted between January 2, 2019 and March 1, 2019 to CKMS. More information about Geographic Exceptions is available here: bit.ly/GEInformation If you have further questions, or need additional assistance please contact Principal Badua at 241-3200 x 229.
The CKMS Administration Team Debra Badua, Ray Carvalho, Jean Morris & Tahara'a Stein
Annual Notice of Non Discrimination and Anti Harassment Statement
The HIDOE Annual Notice of Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Statement is posted here.
Cell Phone Reminder
Cell phones are not allowed out during school hours, from 7:50 am - 2:00 pm. Once the bell rings, phones should be turned off and put away. Any cell phone out during school hours will be confiscated and parents will need to pick up at the front office.
It is unlawful for anyone under the age of 21 to purchase, use or possess any tobacco product or electronic smoking device per Act 206(2018), Section 712-1258 HRS. Click here for most recent notice. Since January 1, 2016, any possession and/or use of electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) will be considered as a Class C offense under Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR) Title 8 Chapter 19 Student Misconduct, Discipline, School Searches and Seizures, Reporting Offenses, Police Interviews and Arrests, and Restitution for Vandalism. Please see the letter from Mrs. Badua regarding this new rule here.