Updates to requirements are being made due to Covid-19, please contact the kahu at your site.
Hālāwai ʻOhana: Your attendance is required at the parent meeting. Meetings last approximately two hours. It is an opportunity to gather, discuss initiatives and find ways to strengthen our mauli ola Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian lifestyle). At the hālāwai, parents are informed of curriculum, upcoming monthly activities for the children at school and any events, fundraisers, or committee work for the Kōmike Makua.
Hui Kīpaepae: Language is an integral part of Pūnana Leo. Hui Kīpaepae is where families develop Hawaiian language skills and cultural identity. The Hui Kīpaepae is where we learn different aspects of the Pūnana Leo focusing on the history of the Hawaiian language movement, Hawaiian language, and hands-on learning. Itʻs purpose is to assist ʻohana to gain knowledge and support for one another to create and reinforce a continuum between the home and the Pūnana Leo.
Lā ʻOhana: Lā ʻOhana is our opportunity to gather both staff and families to strengthen our mauli ola Hawaiʻi. It is a time to work and socialize together as a Pūnana Leo ʻohana.
Hoʻihoʻi Honua: Hoʻihoʻi Honua is a way in which we connect to the Pūnana Leo honua. By caring for our Pūnana Leo home we ensure a safe, clean and healthy environment we can be proud of.
Tuition: A non-refundable fee of $50 must be submitted with your electronic signed Registration/Agreement Form as official registration for every child each school year before the childʻs first day of school. Tuition is an integral part of fulfilling your responsibility as a Pūnana Leo ʻohana.