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Kilauea School Track Team Stars!

The Kilauea School Track Team came home with a team trophy April 7, 2019. The children participated in multiple races and competed with students form schools, Island wide. Kilauea School Students were the 3rd place school team on Kauai! Congratulations!
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Kilauea Principal Among the Best!

The Island Insurance Foundation recognized 14 outstanding Hawaii Public School principals nominated for its 15th annual Masayuki Tokioka Excellence in School Leadership Award on Saturday March 30, 2019. Congratulations to Principal Sherry Gonsalves for her recognition and best of luck!
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Kilauea Drama Club presents "Madagascar Jr."!

An outstanding performance was given by the Kilauea School Drama Club this past week-end! Under the direction from Farrah Krovoza, Katie Lathrop and Jeremy Brown the students took us on a musical journey from the New York City Zoo to Madagascar! BRAVO!
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Makahiki 2018 Champions!

Congratulations to our Kilauea School 4th Grade Class for their stellar performance in this years Makahiki Games with Hanalei School. They won all but one of the games in the competition!
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Kilauea Robotics Kids Research Project

Please check out the Kilauea Robotics Kids video of research project. They presented it to the Kilauea School Students during lunch and the kids have never been so quiet! The kids created an Aloha Pack of dried fruit for astronauts to eat in space.
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WALK TO SCHOOL DAY FIRST THURSDAY! FOLLOWED BY COFFEE, TEA, & TECHNOLOGY

Join our monthly walk, bike, or skate to school day, the first Thursday morning of the month, and get a ticket to enter into a prize drawing as well as a snack/small prize for the exercising! Students will get an extra ticket if their parents and other siblings (not in Kilauea School) walk or bike with them that day.
Parents, come to the computer lab after walking with your child and learn more about computers, online resources or just to talk story with our principal
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