Click into COVID-19 Updates, we have created a link to the Hawaii Department of Education (HIDOE) COVID-19 Updates page. Please continue to check this page as well as watch the local news for updates as things change very quickly.
As of today, Tuesday March 24, 2020 the Hawai‘i State Department of Education (HIDOE) will be aligning with the emergency orders directing residents statewide to remain at home and work from home through April 30. This means school facilities will be closed to students until at least April 30 and traditional in-school instruction is on hold until schools reopen.
Civil Rights Compliance Office (CRCO)
The CRCO is committed to the Hawaii State Department of Education's (HIDOE) overall compliance with Federal, State, DOE Administrative Rules, and Policy, which strictly prohibit any form of discrimination.
The Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE) does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, age, color, national origin, religion, or disability. This requirement extends to all of HIDOE’s programs and activities, including employment and admissions as applicable.
The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) provides parent(s)/guardian(s) of a HIDOE student, the right to know the professional qualifications of the classroom teacher(s) and if the child is provided services by paraprofessionals and, if so their qualifications.
Please click on the headline above to read the documents under the MS-4 Program to preserve, protect, and improve the Nation's water resources from polluted storm water runoff.
Annual Notification of Privacy Rights
Know your privacy rights as they apply to 1) student record information; 2) directory information; 3) surveys and other information collection; and 4) military recruitment information. For more information on your privacy rights, the laws that protect them, and how to exercise your rights, contact your school administrator or visit http://bit.ly/FERPAHI
Parents and students, please read the DOE's Technology Responsible Use Guidelines by clicking on the above headline. A separate form called the Technology Responsible Use Form will be sent home with the students. The form must be signed by the parent(s) and student and returned to the teacher. Without this signed form, the student may not have access to the technology provided by the DOE.
A letter from the Superintendent regarding the consequences of bringing dangerous items to school.