Welcome to Kula Elementary School
Creating Excellence since 1964
"The Kula Way"- A Culture of Mutual Respect & Shared Responsibility
See you at 7:30 am! School Starts at 7:40 am!
Mr. Bachaus Welcome Back Letter
Kula Brings Down Absences
Kula School to Mark Half-Century History
Celebrating 50 Years at Kula School
How Bullying Affects All of Us Letter
Back to school Night Flyer
Cross Country Schedule
Spelling Bee Important Dates Flyer
Winderland Flyer NIght
Kamp Kula Flyer
After School Art Program Flyer
Kamp Kula Reschedule Flyer
Game Time Night Flyer
Keiki Dance Camp Flyer
Movie Night Flyer: Finding Dory
Grade 5 students only: Kalama Tour Feb. 22
Urgent: Please take a quick survey about parent-teacher conferences for next year. Click here
GRADE 4 and 5 PARENTS ONLY!
KULA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
School Year 2016-2017
When: Feb. 13 thru Feb. 24 from 10 am to 2 pm
WHERE: Kula Elementary School Office
*Child must turn 5 years old by July 31, 2017.
*Child must be registered by his/her legal parent or guardian.
*To register your child for kindergarten, the following documents are required:
- Original Birth Certificate or Baptismal Certificate.
- Child must have a physical examination and a TB clearance within 12 months of starting school.
A child cannot enter school without a current physical exam and a TB clearance. A completed immunization record on an Original DOE Form (Form 14).
*Child must reside in the Kula area. Proof of residence required such as an electric, telephone, cable, water bill, or housing rental agreement.
*Deadline for Geographic Exception is March 1st 2016. Submit Geographic Exception to the Homeschool.
Check out our Kaleo Blog.
"PROJECT YBEAM (Youth Broadband Education & Awareness Mentoring) is a program
designed to educate and train select youth and young adults in Maui County about broadband
technology through the use of video production, web streaming and civic engagement while
assessing the needs and demands of the communities in which they live. New Media Interns
(participants in the project) will have the unique opportunity of using some of the latest mobile
technology available and will be a part of a nationally recognized effort to bring broadband
technology to the hyper-local mobile journalism platform. All work produced for Project
YBEAM will be prominently displayed online at mauitube.org and may even be selected for
exhibition on the Akaku cable television channels." courtesy of Akaku
Mar. 1: Off Campus Evacuation
Mar. 6: Gr. 3 Field Trip for Ogle & Poikni
Mar. 7: Gr. 3 Field Trip for Kaaukai & Olson
Mar. 9: Grade 1 Field Trip
Mar. 9: Science Night 6pm-7:15pm
Mar. 13: 3rd Quarter Assembly
Mar. 17: No School
Mar. 20-24: Spring Break
Mar. 27: Prince Kuhio Day - No School
Apr. 6: Report Cards go home
Apr. 14: Good Friday - No School
May 26: Last Day for Students
Addressing Concerns Protocol
BOE Parent Involvement Policy
Class D Offense
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
Family Education Rights and Privacy Act Website
How Bullying Affects All of Us Letter
Letter to Parents -McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act
McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act Brochure
McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Questionnaire to Determine Eligibility
Parent Right To Know Letter-Highly Qualified Teacher
Lunch & Breakfast Menu
Parent/Family Involvement Policy
Policy 101-14 Family & Community Engagememnt/Partnership
Notice of Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Statement English
Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment other_languages
Smarter Balanced Brochure
School Supply List For Grades 1-5
School Supply List for K
Parent • Student • Teacher Compact
Student Uniform Order Form
Feb. 2, 2015 CNN "Maui 528 Project" -Vision Screening for Gr. K-5
CNN will be filming at Kula Elementary on February 2nd during a vision screening which is being conducted for free by a local nonprofit—the video we shoot may air on CNN, HLN, CNNe and across CNN’s digital platforms. The purpose of our filming is to document the efforts of Chelsea Elliott and the Half-Helen Foundation in raising awareness in Maui about the importance of vision screening for school-age children.
CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute is an award-winning television special created by CNN to honor individuals who make extraordinary contributions to humanitarian aid and make a difference in their communities. The program was started in 2007. As of 2014 the program was hosted by Anderson Cooper. Nominees are introduced during the fall of each year and the audience is encouraged to vote online for the CNN Hero of the Year. Ten recipients are honored and each receive USD$50,000 ($25,000 in 2014). The top recipient is chosen as the CNN Hero of the Year and receives an additional USD$250,000 ($100,000 in 2014) to continue their work. During the broadcast celebrating their achievements, the honorees are introduced by celebrities who actively support their charity work.
Heres the link:
shows previous heroes...
CNN Hero Chelsea Eliott
Chelsea Elliott, 24, and her Half-Helen Foundation have provided free vision screenings to thousands of children in two states.
CNN Link here.