No school on Monday, March 26, 2018 in observance of Kuhio Day. No school on Friday, March 30, 2018 in observance of Good Friday.

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May Day - May 4, 2018

Here is the attire for all the grades. Each grade level has their own color to wear for that day.

Pre-K/Kindergarten: Orange
First Grade: Green
Second Grade: Blue
Third Grade: Red
Fourth Grade: Purple
Fifth Grade: Yellow
Sixth Grade: White

Boy's Attire:
Boy's are to wear an Aloha shirt in the grade level color with dark colored shorts or long pant. Dress pants or cargo shorts are great to wear, denim is okay as long as it is dark color. NO basketball shorts or sweat pants are allowed. If they have long hair please make sure that it is neatly combed back with some hairspray or gel to keep from falling over eyes and face.

Girl's Attire:
Girls are to wear a Hawaiian printed dress in their grade color. It does not have to be completely colored in the color for their grade. If the print is in their grade color that is perfectly fine. All girls should have their hair pulled back out of their face. A pony tail or a bun is perfectly acceptable. If they want they can wear a flower in their ear just make sure its secure with a bobby pin or a clip.

Kilohana `Ewa Hawaiian Culture-Based Literacy

Kamehameha Schools is launching Hawaiian Culture Based Education programs to be held in Kapolei, with bus transportation provided for learners entering Grade 3, 6 & 7th.
Students entering 3rd Grade in the next School Year
Focus on Literacy through Stories of the ‘Ewa Region with Learning Trips
Bus Transportation not provided
Students entering 6th Grade in the next School Year
Focus on STEAM through Native Forest Reforestation with Learning Trips 2x per week
* Bus Transportation provided
Students entering 7th Grade in the next School Year
Focus on STEAM through Limu Restoration with Learning Trips 2x per week
* Bus Transportation provided
Deadline: Has been extended to March 30th

PTSO Membership

Please click on the title above to fill out the following form to sign-up to be a part of the Red Hill PTSO! Membership is $10.00 per family. (please turn in your money to the office in a sealed envelope entitled PTSO membership with your Name and Child's name.) We are always looking for new volunteers and will send email blasts to get parents involved with all of the fun and exciting activities we put on for the students at Red Hill!

Traffic Patterns

Please be mindful of the adjusted traffic pattern for pick up and drop off of students before and after school.

Access to Red Hill Elementary School

Families needing access to Red Hill Elementary School will need to go through the guard shack at the entrance to the Moanalua Hillside Apartments. Security gates will be down during school hours, but they will be raised prior to start of school and end of the school day.

Please Use (808) 305-1530 to Call the School

Please add (808) 305-1530 to your phone's contact list for Red Hill Elementary School. There is an old number that pops up on web searches - (808) 831-7866 that may not connect you to the school. If you forget our number, go to our website and go to the Contact Us tab at the top, our phone number is listed there.

Tips on Physical Activity and Nutrition!

Please take some time to read the November and December newsletters on physical activity and nutrition to help you and your child lead a healthy lifestyle! Click on the above headline now!

Reminder- Parking is Limited!

Please do not park in areas marked reserved parking, Please be patient and follow the flow of traffic around the circle. We ask that you cooperate with school staff and the volunteer CPO's (Campus Patrol Officers). Do NOT park along the curb in the bus loading zone!

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DOE Messages

Hawaii Department of Education ESSA Hawaii Qualified Teacher

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.

Annual Notification of Privacy Rights

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

Technology Responsible Use Guidelines

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.

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