Ke Kula Kaiapuni
"He aha ka mua, he aha ka hope?"
-ʻAnakala Eddie Kaanana
E ‘ōlelo Hawai‘i kākou.
E aloha ‘āina kākou.
E mālama kekahi i kekahi.
E huli ka lima i lalo.
April 2- Good Friday No School
April 5 - Week A (Kai)
April 5 - Hui A comes to school
April 6 - Hui B comes to school
April 7 - Hui A comes to school
April 8 - Hui B comes to school
April 9- Hui A comes to school
April 12 - Week B (ʻĀina)
Oct 12 - extended to June 30- Grab and go lunches
School Information Updates
This is a friendly reminder to all of our Ānuenue ʻohana about the return of Papa
2-3 to face-to-face learning daily here on campus beginning Monday 03/29/2021.
They will be joining our Papa M-1 who already attend daily.
Although it really means bringing back only around 60 haumāna daily, we want
to again reassure all of our ʻohana that we have a number of health and safety
protocols currently in place to do this as safely as possible. These include social
distancing and “ ʻohana” bubbles around campus, the use of masks, face shields,
and other PPE, regular handwashing, sanitization of surfaces and high touch
areas, and modified procedures for our Hale Ola. We ask all mākua to continue to
perform daily wellness checks on their keiki before sending them into school.
Mahalo nui loa for all of your kākoʻo and kōkua during this very unusual school
year. It has been through working together for the collective good of our keiki
that we have been able to do so much during these challenging times.
Let us continue moving forward together as we head down the 4th quarter home
stretch. As always, the office is available to take questions and help find answers
for our ʻohana.
Naʻu nō me ka haʻahaʻa,
Na C. Babā Yim
Poʻokumu, Ke Kula Kaiapuni ʻO Ānuenue
Time to register for Kindergarten!
Hello Parents / Guardians
Remember going to school? Think back to all the excitement, trepidation, accomplishments, friendships, and more. Isn't it incredible that your child is in the midst of creating his or her own version of school memories?
Obviously, this year's school experience is unlike the one we all had. But the core memories are the same: learning, growing, laughing, friendships, struggles, and more.
Our school's yearbook team is working diligently to create a book that preserves these memories and tells the stories of a year unlike any we've ever experienced. You're going to want this book for the historic value alone, but also consider this: There's a good chance your child will be in it. That deserves a space on your bookshelf, which your child will grow to appreciate in the years to come.
Pre-order your book now because they're likely to sell out.
This isn't just a book, it's a way to help your child remember and appreciate the incredible experience of what school was like in 2020 and 2021.
Yearbooks on sale NOW! $30.
Ke Kula Kaiapuni ʻo Ānuenue
2528 10th Avenue
Honolulu, HI 96816
Ānuenue is located in the lush Pālolo Valley. We are privileged to be situated between the beautiful Waʻahila & Mauʻumae Ridges and with the infamous Kaʻau Crater behind us. The bountiful Pūkele Stream runs parallel to our school and feeds our loʻi kalo (wetland taro patch).