|Middle School Schedule||Academics/Activities||Staff Contacts||Anonymous Alerts|
The middle school is on a blended schedule until further notice:
Mondays: On campus learning 8:30-2:30
Tuesdays: Virtual lessons from home 8:30-2:30
Wednesdays: alternating weeks at home/school. Middle school is an “A” week 8:30-1:30.
Thursdays: On campus learning 8:30-2:30
Fridays: Virtual lessons 8:30-2:30
Safety will be the #1 priority for the 2020-2021 school year.
Students, staff and visitors must use face coverings that cover the mouth and nose.
Face masks will be required when 6 feet of social distancing is difficult or not possible.
Students will remain within their cohort (bubble) throughout the day as much as possible, and should not interface with other cohorts.
Safety and sanitation products will be accessible in every classroom, meeting room, eating area and office.
Signage will be posted throughout the campus with proper safety protocol and detailed instructions for social distancing.
Staff will be trained and students will be instructed on how to be as safe as possible while on school grounds.
We request that parents take the temperature of their children each morning before school. If the child has a higher than normal temperature, then the child should remain at home.
We request that parents provide their children with two masks everyday. If the child does not have a mask, the school will provide one.
If a student displays symptoms of an illness, he or she will be escorted to the health room for a temperature check. If the health aide determines that the student is ill and needs to be sent home, a parent will be immediately notified to come to the school and pick up the child.
We request that you help educate your child as much as possible with respect to the changing times, especially with reminders about the importance of safety protocol.
KCS middle school includes grades 6-8 with an average enrollment of 235 students. Class sizes vary between 18-24 students per class.
Emphasis is on project based learning and 21st Century Skills within all four subject areas.
The 21st Century Skills:
• Information Skills
• Communication Skills
• Thinking and Problem Solving
• Interpersonal Skills
• Self-Directional Skills
• Global Awareness
• Financial, Economic, and Business Literacy
• Civic Literacy and Engagement
Each quarter students participate in either Student Led Conferences or Exhibitions where they showcase what they have learned
Kihei Charter School is a public school and follows common core standards in math and ELA, Next Generation standards for science and National & state standards for social studies.
Students in grades 3-8;11 participate in statewide testing(SBAC) each Spring. The students are tested on the computer in Math and ELA. Additionally, students in grades 5 & 8 are tested in Science
Sports activities are offered during the regular school year. They include Cross Country, Track & Field, Mountain Biking, and Basketball.
Additional activities include Student Government, yearbook club, May Day and periodic middle school dances.
Front desk – General information, absence/tardy reporting and messages of all staff:
Fax: (808) 874-6745
Head of School:
Leslie Baldridge firstname.lastname@example.org
(808) 495-4430 x136
Student Services Coordinator: Lisa Whitten
Michael Hernley - Front Deskemail@example.com
Cathy Rimorin - Accounting Clerkfirstname.lastname@example.org
Raquel Balasan - Student Recordsemail@example.com
Phil Schmidt - IT Director
SS Pomai Pruett
Math Jackie Provance
ELA Joshua Babila
Science Daisy Park
PE Brandy Aguero
Tech Shannon Satovich
SS Theresa Sherman
Math Nathan Ramstetter
ELA Tasha Compos
Science Carrie Demott
Tech/Engineering Matt Satovich firstname.lastname@example.org
PE Kimo Colson
Social Studies Theresa Sherman email@example.com
ELA Jerome Chappelle
Science Corey Holmgreen
PE Kimo Colson
Kihei Charter School has determined that it is important to introduce a new communications tool called Anonymous Alerts®. Anonymous Alerts® allows students or parents to quickly, easily, and anonymously report urgent information to school officials across all of our school campuses. The system encourages students, parents and staff to confidentially report bullying, cyber-bullying, and other sensitive topics through private messages to our administration. Kihei Charter School does not support, encourage or tolerate any behavior that prevents any student from reaching their full potential.
We also believe that the best way to address problems that our students face in school is personal contact with a teacher, school administrator, psychologist or counselor and we strongly encourage and fully support that continued practice. However, we do know that sometimes there is a concern that a student or parent may want to communicate anonymously.
How do I place an incident report from Internet connected computers/tablets?
1) Go to https://anonymousalerts.com/kiheicc from any Internet connected device
2) Click on the web button called “Anonymous Alerts”. Fill out your incident report.
How do I place a report from an iPhone or Android phone?
1) From the iPhone Store, download the free app by searching for “Anonymous Alerts”. If you have an Android phone, go to the Play Store, search for “Anonymous Alerts” and download.
a. After downloading the app, click on it, enter activation code kiheicc
The mobile apps and Web-based reporting system provides secure 1-way or 2-way encrypted messages, increasing the flow of important information to school officials. Message topics for submission may include bullying, cyber-bullying, family difficulties, self-harm/cutting, drug and alcohol abuse, student depression, sexual harassment, gang related issues or strange/abnormal student behavior.
All reports remain completely anonymous, although submitters have the option to reveal their identity if they prefer to have a person-to-person discussion. The program is monitored from 9AM until 2PM, and should only be used for serious and urgent matters. Indeed, if something disturbing or life threatening occurs at other times, it is imperative to call 911.
The STEM Middle School is:
- Project based, hands on, integrated learning (to learn more about project based learning please visit www.bie.org)
- A unique mix of face-to-face classroom experiences, field-based learning activities, community involvement, and virtual learning opportunities
- A small school experience: teacher advisors who know and oversee progress …. no one falls through the cracks.
- Focused on 21st Century Skills such as information and technology literacy, problem solving, civic literacy, and global awareness (to learn more please visit www.21stcenturyskills.org)
- Individualized student-centered learning
- A place where effort creates ability and students are workers held to the highest expectations (to learn more about “student as worker, teacher as coach” please visit www.essentialschools.org)
- Kihei Charter School maintains high expectations of students both academiclly and behaviorly. (Please read our academic and behavior intervention plans.)
– Academic Intervention Plan
– Behavioral Intervention Plan
- Focused on utilizing modern technology to process, evaluate and understand information as opposed to rote memorization and textbook work.
- A community-based school, which offers students the opportunity to work alongside scientists and community members through established school partnerships with NOAA, DLNR, Maui Land Trust, Pacific Whale Foundation, amongst others.
- Filled with opportunities to participate in after school enrichment and extra-curricular activities such as drama, dance, yearbook, athletics, etc.