Hula Attire – Papa Hula

Hula Attire – Papa Hula

UPDATE: PAPA HULA Hula Attire 18OCTOBER 2019Kawika MersbergAloha Kāua, Just a friendly reminder that the November 25th Deadline for lole hula (hula garments) is quickly approaching. The lole hula will be needed to particiapte in the makahiki hula activities (no lole...

HKM IS HIRING!

HKM IS HIRING!

Halau Kū Māna is actively seeking to fill the following positions for School Year 2019-2020.  Interested applicants can visit Secondary Kumu: Math and/or Science Substitute Teacher Pool Click here to view vacancy descriptions. (PDF document opens in new...

Physical Requirements For Students Entering the 7th Grade

Physical Requirements For Students Entering the 7th Grade

All students entering the 7th grade must have a “well-child visit” (aka Physical exam) prior to the start of the school year.  Parents/Guardians must take the Form 14 (attached) below to their physician and have it returned to our office.  This enrollment requirement...

INFINITE CAMPUS HELP

INFINITE CAMPUS HELP

How to Log In to Infinite Campus Student Portal Use the “Username” and “Password” boxes, DO NOT click the box that says “Login to Infinite Campus” If you forget your USERNAME – Please enter your account EMAIL, this will be the email you provided as your main email at...

HKM Makahiki Celebration

November 25 - November 27
Hālau Kū Māna campus
2101 Makiki Heights Drive
Honolulu, HI 96822 United States

Thanksgiving

November 28 - November 29

La Kūʻokoʻa

November 28
Various

Winter Break

December 23, 2019 - January 3, 2020

Teacher Work Day

January 6, 2020

coming soon…

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Papa Kū Māna

Aloha!

I maika‘i ke kalo i ka ‘ōhā.
"The goodness of the taro is judged by the young plant it produces."

The keiki who are fortunate enough to attend Hālau Kū Māna and graduate become part of something much greater than themselves. We are proud of the small part we play in creating agents of change for Hawai'iʻs future, and custodians of mai nā kūpuna mai.

We canʻt do this alone. Charter schools start the year with a fraction of the per-student funding that a traditional DOE institution does. There are a number of ways we compensate for this shortfall, but the single most important source of funding is you.

Click here to read Po'o Kumuʻs letter on this topic. More than ever we need the help of parents, neighbors, partners, and those who believe in this model.

You can donate using the button below or by viewing Poʻo Kumuʻs message.