Aloha Staff and Families –
Based on the latest guidance and information from health officials and our elected leaders, the Hawai‘i State Department of Education (HIDOE) and Kualapuu PCCS 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. Please see the link for the full letter from the Hawaii DOE. –>
Also, if you would like some tips and resources about working with your children at home, please visit the link provided by the Hawaii DOE. 
Kualapu`u Staff will officially return to school on March 30thDuring this week, we will be working remotely with our instructional staff to plan and prepare distance learning options for your children.  Our plan is to have some kind of distance learning activities to Kualapuu students by Tuesday, April 7th.  Also, we ask for your patience as this is a new venture for us as a school, and as well for many of our families with young children.  Finally, if you have not done so, please complete our Kualapuu Distance Learning survey, please do so here — >
Again–Stay Safe!
Lydia Trinidad


PS — In addition to the resources shared from the DOE, so of you may need internet service.  Spectrum Hawaii is offering free internet services for 60 days.  If you are interested, please follow instructions below or contact Spectrum directly.  Also, be sure to obtain instructions for discontinuing the service to avoid being financially responsible after the 60 day period.

1.      Call Spectrum: 1-855-243-8892

2.      Speak to the Sales Team

o    AUTOMATED QUESTION – Phone Number: say, “I don’t have an account” or press 2

o    AUTOMATED QUESTION – What are you calling about: say “Setting up a new account” or press 2

o    Say or enter your zip code

3.      When speaking with the Sales Team operator:

o    Let them know that you have a student in your home that is in pre-school – college and ask to take advantage of the free 60 day service due to the Corona Virus epidemic.

4.      The sales team will set families up during the phone call and make arrangements for equipment pick up or for the equipment to be mailed to the families. Families need to provide a physical and mailing address. The operator may ask for the name of the children’s school(s).

5.      After the 60 days are done, families will need to cancel the service and return the equipment to avoid being charged.


Kualapuu School Disclaimer:  This is not an endorsement or intended to be a promotion. This is just to provide a resource to our families. 



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