HIDOE Schools and Offices
Here is a letter from Superintendent Kishimoto with the latest regarding education.
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.
#808Reads Summer Reading Challenge
All public school students are invited to participate in the inaugural #808Reads Summer Reading Challenge. The goal is for all participants to collectively accumulate 25 million independent reading minutes by the end of summer. Learn more here and visit https://www.beanstack.com/hidoe to get started.
Distance Learning Survey for Hawaii DOE families
Parents and guardians of students enrolled at any Hawaii public or charter school during SY 2019-20 are invited to complete the HIDOE family distance learning survey (one survey per child) now until June 30. The survey is available in English, Ilokano, Chuukese, Tagalog and Marshallese. Those who complete the survey will have the opportunity to enter a prize drawing for a new iPad or Chromebook.
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:
The state library system is issuing virtual library cards. Once you activate the card, you will have 45 days to access the public library's online resources. To get a virtual card, click on this link, then hit "Apply for a Library Card Now".
At Home Learning Choice Boards (K-12 daily work)
Origo at Home (Stepping Stones Math Support & Activities. There are weekly, digital content plans for home use. The weekly plans contain activities for each day, along with digitally accessible or downloadable resources. These resources complement the mathematical concepts and skills your students are learning at their grade level.)
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.