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News & Announcements

Meals to Go Served At Kilauea School starting, today, April 27,2020!

Early Monday morning April 27,2020, the Kilauea School Cafeteria began serving breakfast and lunch for students under the age of 18 . The meals are "Pick up and Go" Walk, bike or drive by to receive healthy meal for your children. Breakfast pick up 7:30am-8:00am and lunch pick up 11:30am-12:00pm- Monday- Friday .

Frozen! A huge success, performs to sold out crowds!

The Kilauea School Preforming Arts Group under the direction of Farrah Krovoza, Jeremy Brown and Katie Lathrop put on outstanding performances Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Congratulations to all of the talented student performers and artists!

Kilauea School Science Fair and Parent STEAM Night

The Parent STEAM Night and annual Kilauea School Science Fair was a great success. Congratulations to our sixth grade students who advanced to the Kauai District Science Fair!
NIGHT TIME JOGGING REFLECTOR-Adriel Emia, Logan Laymon, & Cannon Wright-Garrick
NO PALE POLYPS-Landon Szegda, Evan Padilla, & Ezra Cooper
SOCCER MOMS DREAM-Haven Lathrop & Finn Beebe
HOW MUCH METAL IS IN YOUR FOOD-Hannah Kostka & Michelle Lapillio
ALBATROSS PROTECTION PROJECT-Keale Schumacher & Trevor Hankinson
BEST HULA HOOP-Ruby Prieto

Spelling Bee Winners!

SPELLING BEE WINNERS!
Congratulations to Noa Castle who won the Kilauea School Spelling Bee and to 2nd place winner Araiyan McDonald and
Alternate Adriel Emia-Way to go guys! Special thanks to Ms. Waite for her dedication to making the bee happen! These students participated in the Kauai District Spelling Bee on Jan. 16, 2020!

Aloha Angels Support our After School Clubs

Kilauea School Children enjoy after school clubs! For the last five years, Aloha Angels has sponsored after school mentoring clubs on Kauai to provide a plethora of options for Kauai's children in elementary and middle school. Over 3,000 children have benefitted from the vast array of after school clubs funded by Aloha Angels, Philanthropists Partnering for a more perfect Kauai.

Kilauea School Students SHINE!

Congratulations Kilauea School students and staff for taking our Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) to new heights through SHINE (Supporting, Honoring, Inspiring, Nurturing and Encouraging) students for success. A big Mahalo goes out to Heather Cornell, Juday Leong, Judy Waite, Naomi Yokotake, Jeremy Brown and Brandon Krovoza as well as all the students who recently participated in hosting Mrs. Tara Taitano Secretary, Communications Branch at the Hawaii State Department of Education. We are very proud of the video link below that was shared on social media this evening highlighting our SEL. Great job and keep shining
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