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October 19, 2021

Community Meeting Thursday: We need your valuable input! All families and community members are invited to join us for this week’s Community Meeting, Thursday, October 21 at 5:30 PM. The meeting will be virtual. At this meeting we will share current school data and offer an opportunity for you to give input and feedback on the school Academic Plan. Please join us Thursday by going to the following link and entering the password. LINK for Community Meeting password: MfG7FwUYR88

Tomorrow is Unity Day: In Q1 we laid the foundation to welcome and connect students back to school. In Q2 we will continue to develop an inclusive learning environment where all students feel safe and learn. This week in advisory, students are learning strategies to recognize and address bullying and harassment. Tomorrow, Wednesday October 20th, is Unity Day in the DOE. We are encouraging students to come to school dressed in ORANGE to signify a commitment to stamping out bullying on our campus and in the school community.

Restorative Practices and Peer Mediation: Restorative practices at ʻĪao School are all about building community and strengthening relationships. This approach is based on the idea that when we feel part of a supportive community, we respect others in that community and become accountable to it. One way we accomplish this is through the Peer Mediation process. Next week Monday and Tuesday (October 25 & 26) the school is offering interested students two full days of training to learn the skills of being Peer Mediators. If you would like your child to participate please visit bit.ly/iaopeermedform by Wednesday night to complete the parent permission form. The number of students is limited to 35 and it fills up quickly. Students will be notified by Friday if they have ben selected for this opportunity.

Please use this link to learn more about Unity Day and Peer Mediation with a video from our Curriculum Coordinator Sandy Hanson.


-- Quarter 3 Report Cards Will be mailed to families on Monday 10/25 --

Important Notice to parents - Vaccination Rules for all Students (link)

Prepare Your Child for 7th Grade - Notice of School Health Requirements (link)

State law requires all students to receive a physical exam and immunizations before starting seventh grade

What you need to do:

• Call your child’s healthcare provider now to schedule an appointment for a physical exam, as part of a well-child visit

• Bring the attached Student’s Health Record (Form 14) (link) to the appointment. During the visit, the healthcare provider will:

  1. Conduct the physical exam and administer immunizations;

  2. Answer your and your child’s questions about health and wellness; and

  3. Complete the Form 14

Submit the completed Form 14 to the school your child will attend for seventh grade

The physical exam must be completed within 12 months before starting seventh grade. Students

without the required immunizations by the first day of seventh grade risk being excluded from

school. Let the school know if you need more time to schedule your child’s appointment.

TB Clearance Form and Information (link)



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Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Statement

Click for the notice of non-discrimination and anti-harassment. Click HERE if you need translations.Lesley Castellanos, Civil Rights Equity Specialist can be reached at (808)600-9417 or lesley.castellanos@k12.hi.us