Student Announcements

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Dance Practice will reconvene on Thursday, March 19. In the meantime, if you are interested in performing during recess, pick up a 21st Century form and sign up now!

Dance practice is every Tuesday and Thursday from 2:30 p.m. until 5 p.m., and will start back up again on Thursday, March 19.

July 21st, 2020

Students, please bring your previous school years ID with you when you report to Kapolei Middle School for the 2020-21 school year. This also means that if you did not attend Kapolei Middle School last year you will be required to have your ID from your previous school. If you do not have your old ID, please submit the following form immediately:

KMS Student ID Request Form

Publication Forms - Last Chance

Over the last two weeks, student who did not turn in their publication form received another copy. If your publication form is not turned in by Friday, March 13th you will be removed from the yearbook. You may turn it into the front office or to Ms. Kerr.

Pi Memorization Contest

It's almost Pi Day and that means the annual Pi Memorization Contest.

Memorize the most digits of pi and enter the contest no later than Thursday, March 12th at recess and you might get to pi(e) a staff member of your choice.

The school record has been held since 2011 when 511 digits of pi were recited. Can you break the record?

Updated Student Visitor Policy!!

Click on link for updated Policy


Good morning Warriors!

As we embark upon the winter season that brings chilly, cold and rainy weather, please remember to adhere to our school policy. We want all of you to remain warm. Please remember, only KMS hoodies are allowed. Students may wear non-KMS jackets that have a zipper in the front from top to bottom.

At this point in the year, it is an expectation that all students are aware of the policy, therefore, non-KMS hoodies will be confiscated. Thank you for your cooperation.

SY 2020-2021 School Bus Information

Quarterly Round Trip: $72

Quarterly One-way: $36 (AM only or PM only)

One-Way Bus Coupons: $10 per sheet of ten

Checks payable to Hawaii Department of Education


Bus Riders Report to Cafe

Bus Riders are reminded to report directly to the cafeteria when the bell rings to ensure you donʻt miss your bus.

SY 2020-2021 School Uniform

Kapolei Middle School


SY 2019 - 2020

Uniform T-shirts : $10/each

Dry Fit Uniform Shirts (short sleeved black only): $15/each all sizes

Hoodie: $25/each

Lost and Found

Lost your lunch box? Misplaced your water bottle? Can't find your planner?

Check out the lost and found in the Front Office.

Meal Tickets ; Lunch Loan

Aloha KMS,

A few friendly reminders;

Did you forget your ID at home?

If so, you will need to get a temp ID from your advisory teacher.

Want to eat lunch for the day? With your temp ID you will need to get a MEAL TICKET from the front office. You may get your breakfast without a temp ID but you will need both to get your lunch.

If your lunch account is in the negative, you will need to get a Lunch Loan from the front office. Please keep in mind this is a loan and money should be deposited soon after.

KUBE Volunteers Needed

KUBE is our student store. KUBE stands for Kapoleiʻs Ultimate Buying Establishment. You can use cash or points to purchase school supplies and water. You can also stop by KUBE to sign up for HERO activities using your HERO Points.

KUBE is asking for 2019 - 2020 volunteers that would like to work at KUBE during your lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Please see Ms. Maio at KUBE to pick up a volunteer application. Spots are limited to 10 people per track so donʻt delay.

HERO Point Sharing

You are now allowed to share points to help classmates be school ready.

- Points may be shared to purchase any of the following for a classmate (lanyard, ID, ID Plastic, or a Planner)

- Both students must be present at KUBE to share points

You may not share points for Warrior Wednesday snacks or HERO Incentives.

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Student Dress Code

From page 11 of the student planner:

Dress code:

  • 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.

State Issued Student Bus Pass

If your child has lost his/her bus pass, a replacement can be purchased at the Kapolei Middle School office. Replacement fee is $5.00.

Student ID

ID cards must be worn in a plastic pocket holder on a grade level color lanyard at all times on campus. If the ID is lost, stolen or damaged; a replacement must be purchased.

  • New ID Set (includes lanyard and plastic pocket) $5.00

  • New ID Only $3.00

  • Lanyard $2.00

  • Plastic ID Pocket 50 cents

ID are to be used to verify identity to all school personnel, purchase meals, utilize library privileges (borrowing books, using computers) and participate in student government activities. ID must be kept free of stickers, markings or damage. Should the ID become faded, defaced or otherwise unreadable, it will no longer be valid for use and may have the barcode removed or be confiscated for referral to the track counselor or grade level administrator.