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HIDOE Daily Wellness Checks

In order to become more familiar with the components of the Hawaii Department of Education Daily Wellness Checks for Students, Staff, and Visitors, please view the following video.

This Daily Wellness Check video reviews the specific symptoms and COVID-19 exposure to check for every day. Students, Staff, and Visitors are asked to stay home and contact the school if they answer "Yes" to any of the checks on the list. Please be a part of the solution to keeping our schools and community safe.

For more information, please visit the Hawaii Dept of Education Website: Dept of Ed Link

Daily Wellness Check - English.pdf
Daily Wellness Check - Chuukese.pdf

This is a reminder to please do a wellness check on your child before they leave for school. Please ask them if they are feeling okay, check their temperature, and ask if they are suffering from any symptoms like a runny nose, headache, fever, loss of smell or taste, body aches, sore throat, or stomachache? If they are feeling ill or have symptoms like these please keep them home and have them see a doctor.

For translations in other languages, please click here: Wellness Check Translations

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Kama'aina Kids

We are excited to announce Kama'aina Kids A+ afterschool program will be coming back to 'Aiea Elementary school beginning January 19, 2021. There is limited space. Please call (808) 208-9225 or email: saaiea@kamaainakids.com to ask for more details.

CAS third quarter letter.pdf

Letter from our Complex Area Superintendent

Please read this important letter from our Complex Area Superintendent, Mr. John Erickson, about our transition into the third quarter.

Chuukese CAS letter.pdf

Chuukese Letter from our Complex Area Superintendent

Please read this important Chuukese translation letter from our Complex Area Superintendent, Mr. John Erickson, about our transition into the third quarter.

Principal Kau parent letter.pdf

Letter from Principal Kau

Please read this important letter from our Principal, Mr. Kau, about our transition into the third quarter.

Principal Kau Chukeese parent letter.pdf

Chuukese Letter from Principal Kau

Please read this important Chuukese translation letter from our Principal, Mr. Kau, about our transition into the third quarter.

New Bus Information

Due to health and safety with the covid pandemic, all three (3) bus routes are assigned specific stops and students must ride on the assigned bus route given. For contact tracing due to COVID-19, seating assignments will be in full effect. Wearing of face masks will be enforced at all times while riding the bus.

If your child will be riding the school bus, please have your child at their designated stop 5 - 10 minutes prior to the bus arrival. Below are the bus pick up times for our students:

Route 15-Highrise-Makalapa Manor Morning pick up 7:10

Route 16-Kalaloa St. & Kohomua St. Morning pick up 7:15

Route 17-Morning pick up 7:20

Stop #1: Kalaloa St and Ohekani Lp

Stop #2: Kalaloa St and Opukea St and continue to school

School Dismissal will be at 1:45pm for all students.

**Please fill out a bus pass form for each child. Ensure your child(ren) are ready to board the bus when the bus arrives at your designated stop**


EXTENDING Meal Program: Seamless Summer Option (SSO)

We are excited to announce 'Aiea Elementary School is participating in the Seamless Summer Option (SSO) meal program. All child(ren) 18 years and younger in the community will be served meals at no charge for the rest of the school year, until May 28, 2021.

Meals will be served once a day from 11:00am to 11:30 am; a hot lunch for that day. A ready to heat and serve breakfast for the following day will be given upon request.

The service will still be curbside and follows the current formate we have now. If a child cannot come to pick up meals, parents may come (without child), but must show proper documentation. If you have any questions, please call our office at 305-4400.

New Box Tops for Education App

Box Tops is changing to fit today's families. The new and improved Box Tops mobile app uses state-of-the-art technology to scan your store receipt, find participating products and instantly add Box Tops to your school's earnings online.

For more information, visit the Box Tops for Education website: www.boxtops4education.com

Mahalo to Senator Harimoto's School Supply Drive Donation

On Tuesday, December 1st, 'Aiea Elementary School was gifted $1500.00 and received much needed school and cleaning supplies from the first annual Senator Breene Harimoto School Supply Drive. 'Aiea Elementary school is grateful for these gifts and will be designating funds to use towards supporting our school needs.

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'Ohana Help Desk

Click here to access the 'Ohana Help Desk

The HIDOE has launched a comprehensive help desk providing technology support to our public school students and their families as schools offer more opportunities for online and blended learning.

This help desk is statewide and is designed with a higher level of support, with phone and chat support in multiple languages.

It will be a tremendous resource for our parents and students who will distance learn this school year, to help resolve technical issues that may arise when students connect to the HIDOE network remotely, using a variety of devices.

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We are 'Aiea Elementary

Thank you to our Military Partners, for your service!

Mahalo Pearlside Church

Thank you, Pearlside Church for your generous donations!

COVID Corner

Summary-Guidance-for-COVID-19-Cases-and-Contacts (1).pdf

Summary Guidance for COVID-19 Cases & Contacts

Daily Wellness Check.pdf

Daily Wellness Check at Home


All HIDOE staff, contracted service providers, visitors and students must complete a wellness check each morning before going to the school/office.

These steps will help to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and will keep schools safe for all our students and staff.




Return to Learn School Reopening Plan Nov 13 2020.pdf

School Reopening Plan

HIDOE Telehealth Hotline.pdf

Health Hotline and Telehealth for Hawai'i DOE students

Now available is the Fall Health Hotline and Telehealth for DOE Students.

Please call 844-436-3888 (Toll Free)

  • Monday - Friday

  • 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.

  • excluding holidays

NO COST - health advice & telehealth appointments with Hawai‘i Keiki nurses

We Are Oceania (WAO)

We are Oceania (WAO) is a collaborative project aimed at centralizing the support system for all Micronesian communities, families and individuals in Hawai‘i.

WAO Helpline is available: (808) 913-1364

Sunday to Saturday 8am-10pm for COVID related questions.

Monday to Friday 8:30am-4:00pm for other inquires including Health Insurance.

Phone: (808) 754-7303 Email: contact@weareoceania.org





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Parents Tips & Tricks for Distance Learning

This article provides tips to help parents and caregivers keep kids focused, interested, and balanced while distance learning.

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Helping Hands Hawai'i-Emergency Assistance Program COVID-19 Recovery Fund

The Emergency Assistance Program provides emergency financial assistance to individuals and families impacted by COVID-19.

Click here to learn more.

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Aloha United Way-COVID-19 Assistance Programs

Aloha United Way is supporting Hawai'i residents with rent, mortgage payments, utilities, and more, based on eligibility.

Click here to learn more.

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