ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR 2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR
Children must be age four on or before July 31 of the current school year.
For school year 2019-2020, children born on or between August 1, 2014 – July 31, 2015 are eligible.
See application packet for priority categories that your child may be eligible for which may include the income levels found within the packet.
ENROLLMENT FOR SCHOOL YEAR 2019-2020
Each pre-kindergarten class is limited to 20 students. Once eligibility requirements are met, enrollment is based on the order in which schools receive completed applications and all required documents. Until April 30, 2019, priority is given to students who live in the geographic area of the school. Once spaces are filled, remaining eligible applicants will be placed on a waitlist.
We are excited to introduce the Hawaii Department of Education (HIDOE) Speak Now Anti-Bullying Mobile Application (App).
The Speak Now App is a reporting tool that will provide another mechanism for students to report incidents of bullying on DOE campuses, transportation, and during DOE-sponsored activities that they have either experienced or witnessed.
This Speak Now App does not replace the positive and trusting relationships that students have with campus educators and staff. We continue to encourage students to report bullying incidents to their teachers, counselors and administrators.
In order to report a bullying incident on the Speak Now App, students will need to download the app from Apple iTunes or the Google Play Store. Students may also go to speaknowhidoe.com using an Internet Browser to submit a tip.
A student is not required to submit any personally identifiable information in order to use Speak Now. Personally identifiable information will only be accessible through Speak Now if a student voluntarily includes it within the content of an incident report.
For instructions on how to use the Speak Now app, please go to speaknowhidoe.com.
THE STRIVE HI SCHOOL PERFORMANCE REPORT is an annual snapshot of a school’s performance on key indicators of student success. This report shows schools’ progress on the Department and Board of Education’s Strategic Plan and federally-required indicators under the Every Student Succeeds Act. These results help inform action for teachers, principals, community members, and other stakeholders.