La Ohana #4

La Ohana #4

Aloha HKM ‘Ohana!

Just a reminder that this Saturday is our second (of four) La Ohana events for the year. Please be mindful that this is considered a school day for your keiki and attendance rules apply. Also, according to the  ‘AE LIKE that we all agree to when we enroll our haumana, at least one family member (parent or guardian) should also attend. We are an ‘Ohana driven community, so we count on (and are fortunate to have) the enthusiastic cooperation we get from all of you.

We look forward to seeing you:

Saturday, April 24, 2021
8:30 AM – 11:30 AM

This will be a virtual event.

Enrollment Package(s) Due 7/15/2020

Enrollment Package(s) Due 7/15/2020




All the forms required to enroll your student(s) are included in the following PDF:

image showing a PDF fileSY 2020-2021 STUDENT ENROLLMENT PACKAGE

Please download and fill out the package for each student  All enrollment packets must be turned in to office in person by a parent/guardian with this yearʻs school fees for your student(s).


School fees MUST BE PAID at the time of registration. If you would prefer to email your enrollment forms and avoid the trip to the office, please ensure your fees are paid prior to sending in your forms. Fees may be paid via Credit Card using the HKM Store link: PAY SCHOOL FEES, or by calling the office at 945-1600.

Packets are due by Wednesday, July 15 2020.



Uniforms may be ordered online in the HKM Web Store, or by calling the office. Purchases will be available by 9/14/2020.

For more info, contact the office at or (808) 945-1600.

“I maika‘i ke kalo i ka ‘ōhā.”

The goodness of the taro is judged by the young plant it produces.


Ensure emails are working.

In orderto receive information and instructions, all students and staff with gmail addresses should make sure they know how to access their school e-mail, and that their e-mail is working properly.

We are about to embark on a new adventure. Online learning is new. It will provide some challenges and difficulties we have not experienced before. But it will also open the door to new experiences, new ways of learning, and will help all of us to grow as caretakers, kumu, haumana, and staff.

In order to receive instructions and news, students and staff need to ensure they know they HKM email address and how to use it. If you do NOT know your address, or you have an email that is not working, please email, or click the button below. Please check as soon as possible as instruction starts on April 7.

Mahalo for your kokua. Let’s all work together to make this as successful as possible!