HIDOE students and families will have access to a new health hotline and telehealth services provided by the Hawai‘i Keiki: Healthy and Ready to Learn Program.
Stop the flu at school program
Complete consent form and return to the front office by September 14, 2020. Clinic date: Thursday, November 5, 2020. *Dates subject to change due to the pandemic.
Thank you for allowing us to educate your child(ren) at Ali‘iolani Elementary School (AES). During these very challenging times, we really appreciate the trust you’ve given us in taking care of your child(ren). Below are some of the safety precautions we will be implementing for the reopening of our campus.
Temperature screening of all individuals including staff and students for fevers upon arrival.
Requiring facial masks. Parents/legal guardians will be responsible for providing students with face coverings or masks. In the classroom, it is recommended that teachers and students wear a mask.
Reinforcing social distancing of at least 6 feet. Limit and control interaction with other classes. Prohibit gatherings of more than 10 individuals who are not in the same class. During meal times, individually plated meals will be consumed in the cafeteria with distancing precautions.
DISINFECTING & VENTILATION
Open windows and doors when possible. Cleaning and disinfection will be done on a routine basis.All classrooms will be disinfected after each use.
Encourage frequent hand washing and sanitizing. Hand washing or sanitizing stations will be available near or inside of classrooms, and in all meeting areas (e.g. library, cafeteria, offices).
St. louis crusaders
The St. Louis Football Team visited our campus during recess and lunch on Friday, March 6, 2020 to work out with our students and spoke to them about the importance of school, being respectful and being responsible. Mahalo to all coaches, faculty, and staff for making this 2nd annual visitation possible!
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