HIDOE Schools and Offices
Based on the latest guidance and information from health officials and our elected leaders, the Hawai‘i State Department of Education (HIDOE) will be aligning with the emergency orders directing residents statewide to remain at home and work from home through April 30. This means school facilities will be closed to students until at least April 30 and traditional in-school instruction is on hold until schools reopen.
We are focused on minimizing disruption for students and supporting their emotional well-being. For tips and tools to navigate and support your child's continuous learning, please visit bit.ly/HIDOEVirtualLearningParentResource.
Information will be posted to this site as we receive updates from the Department of Education (DOE), Department of Health (DOH), and/or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we navigate through this situation.
Parent Survey: Information from this survey will help us with decisions regarding School Uniforms, Attendance Policy, and Resource classes for next year. This is your opportunity to provide input and make a difference at Ali‘iolani.
Mahalo and Stay Safe!
Here are helpful hints to stop the spread of germs.
Here are some resources that may be helpful for some of you.
If your child needs any behavior/emotional support, please contact Mr. Hosoda.
Additional Learning Resources:
At Home Learning Choice Boards (K-12 daily work)
BrainPOP and BrainPop Jr. (K-12 varied subject/topic videos; currently free access options for schools, teacher, and families)
Mystery Science (K-5; mini-lessons for parents and full lessons with video and activity for teachers)
STEM @ Home (K-12)
Here are other online resources you can visit with your child(ren) to support their learning during the extended break.