Kahuku High & Intermediate School’s, DOE’s, & BOE’s Vision, Mission, Goals, Plan
Learning Today for Lifelong Success!
At Kahuku High and Intermediate the ‘ohana will recognize that each individual has inherent worth and the talent to become a dedicated, lifelong learner. The school will be a safe, supportive environment where a caring, stimulating, and knowledgeable staff has adequate resources to meet the needs of all students. Kahuku students will engage in a relevant, challenging curriculum which provides a worthwhile learning experience. Kahuku graduates will be empowered with the academic, career, citizenship, and social skills necessary to meet the challenges of the 21st century, and to become successful, contributing members investing in the community. Kahuku will be an ‘ohana of meaningful involvement and will remain a source of pride for all.
All school improvement efforts shall be directed toward the implementation of the Academic and Financial Plan, a tool for schools and school communities to use in designing relevant and quality educational experiences and support services for students to meet the Hawaii Content and Performance Standards.
Ready for College, Career, Community (C3)
School Wide Expectations
Respect and Responsibility to Self, School and Society (R2S3)
|Respect||Shows pride in work||Follows classroom and school rules||Uses appropriate, respectfullanguage|
|Exceeds standards||Throws trash in rubbish can||Works well in groups|
|Follows dress code||Helps keep entire school orderly||Accepts adult directionrespectfully|
|Demonstrates ownership for own actions||Shows respect for culturaland lifestyle diversity|
|Responsibility||Is prepared||Demonstrates appropriate behaviors||Seeks ways to help others inneed|
|Is on task||In school-wide settings||Involved in community service|
|Has and uses Red Book||Reports incidents of graffiti||Communicates with peers,teachers, parents|
|Demonstrates appropriate hygiene||Reports on time to class, practice||Demonstrates leadership inpromoting positive behavior|
|Knows and understands school-wide expectations||all occasions||Is a positive ambassador ofKHIS|
General Learner Outcomes are to develop Kahuku student who is a:
The Hawaii Department of Education, in partnership with the family and the community, is committed to having all public school graduates achieve the General Learner Outcomes and content and performance standards in order to realize their individual goals and aspirations.
High school students will have opportunities, not limited by time, for college-level coursework and program endorsements to prepare them to be successful in a global society.
Therefore, all graduates will be fully prepared for post-secondary education and/or careers and their role as a responsible citizen.
We view the new No Child Left Behind federal law as an opportunity to further support our vision and goals. We have revisited all initiatives aimed at improving student achievement to ensure compliance with the No Child Left Behind requirements.
The vision guiding public schools
1. Holds high expectations of what students should know, be able to do and care about doing;
2. Focuses attention, effort and resources on promoting student learning; and
3. Holds each school accountable for meeting high levels of performance.