3rd Quarter Updates: Principal Fajardo shares updates to distance learning.
The University of Hawaiʻi's Online Learning Academy (OLA) provides FREE, one-on-one math and science tutoring, by highly-qualified college tutors, for all Hawaii Department of Education (DOE) students state-wide and even University of Hawaiʻi Mānoa and Community College Students. Students can log into our online tutoring room Monday through Friday, 1pm to 10pm and Sunday, 5pm to 10pm (effective August 3rd) for help with classwork and/or homework. We offer tutoring in the following subjects: pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, statistics, biology, chemistry, environmental science and physics.
Student Dress Code
From page 11 of the student planner:
Students who are on track must be in uniform.
All clothing and accessories must be free of messages relating to drugs, gangs, sex or profanity.
All gang related fashion is prohibited.
Only jackets and sweaters with front, top-to-bottom zippers, buttons, clasps, snaps or Velcro are allowed. These items are considered outer garments only and are not to be worn in place of, but may be worn with, a KMS uniform shirt which must be visible. Hoods must not be worn during school. Only Kapolei Middle School pullover sweaters are allowed.
Hems of shorts and skirts must not be shorter than the tip of the middle finger when the student is standing with arms down.
Appropriately sized pants must be secure at the waist with no undergarments showing. Pants with rips and tears are not acceptable.
On days when alternate attire is allowed, sleeveless tops, clothing that reveals cleavage, midriff and/or stomach are not acceptable.
Alternate uniforms for PE/Intramural sports should be worn only in their respective activity. Students should be in KMS uniforms when attending class and while on campus (before, during and after school).
Baseball caps, visors, stocking caps, head covers, wristbands, sweatbands, headbands, leg bands and sunglasses (with the exception of prescription glasses) are not allowed in school. Custodians and physical education teachers may wear headgear and dark glasses in the course of their outdoor duties. Headgear may be worn for outdoor activities at the discretion of the teacher(s) involved in the activity.
In the event that a student needs to attend a school/class function (i.e. ISA, team field trip, dance class practicum, etc.) that requires alternate attire, the student will be allowed to wear the alternate attire while at school. Should a student want to change out of the alternate attire, the student shall change into the school uniform.