©2019 Ali‘iolani Elementary School.

1240 7th Ave. Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96816

Phone: 808.733.4750

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Empowering Students to Make a Difference Through Kindness

January 27-31, 2020

The Great

Kindness Challenge

Wednesday, November 27, 2019. Mahalo to students, faculty, staff, families and volunteers!

Huffin' for Stuffin'

for Technology Run

Congratulations to our awesome Cafeteria Staff! Mr. Wada, Ms. Sally, and Ms. Renee!

Team Excellence Award of Merit

Mele Murals

Our 4th Graders worked with Mele Murals in the creation of one of the largest murals in the state. Our entire student body, faculty and staff also helped paint a part of the mural. 

EXTENSION/ENRICHMENT PROGRAM SCHEDULE

With a focus on developing the "whole child", we have assembled a robust faculty and staff to deliver a balanced academic and enrichment program.

TUESDAYS

Art | Library

Grade 1

Grade 4

Hawaiiana | Life Lessons

Grade 2

Grade 3

Grade 5

MONDAYS

Physical Education

Grade K

Grade 1

Grade 3

Physical Education

Grade 2

Grade 4

Grade 5

WEDNESDAYS

Art | Library

Grade 2

Grade 5

Hawaiiana | Life Lessons

Grade K

Grade 1

Grade 4

THURSDAYS

FRIDAYS

Art | Library

Grade K

Grade 3

AFTER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS

With a focus on developing the "whole child", we have a variety of after school programs.

Japanese Club, Sylvan Coding, and Sylvan Robotics dates TBD.

TUESDAYS

A+

STEM Club

MONDAYS

A+

Rainbow Art

STEM Club

STEM Cars

A+

STEM Club

STEM Cars

Cooking Club

WEDNESDAYS

A+

STEM Club

Sewing Club

THURSDAYS

FRIDAYS

A+

STEM Club

Ukulele Club

STEM Cars

TOTALS FROM AUG. 5, 2019 - JAN. 17, 2020:

Faculty and Staff, Students and Families are welcome to join our Morning Mile 7:15-7:45 a.m. daily (weather permitting).

CLASS LEADERBOARD

Drone Fly-Over

We were lucky to have been introduced to John Johnson through our Friends of Ali‘iolani (FOA) President Mr. and Mrs. Chong.

John was able to film our school from 400 feet with his drone and captured some amazing photos that allow us to see our school's physical space in a different light. He also was able to get all students and staff in a big "A" with Diamond Head and the Honolulu cityscape in the background. 

We are so thankful to John for donating his time and energy and making our school a true work of art for all to see. If you would like to see more of John's work please visit his website at http://onebreathphoto.com