Face to Face Learning

Our school has selected Model A: Face to Face instruction for the 2020-21 school year. Our administration, faculty, and support staff are hard at work developing a comprehensive plan for the reopening of the school and updates will be announced when that plan is ready. Student, Staff, and Community safety are our top priority and we are doing our best to formulate plans, policies, and procedures that account for public health in the educational environment.

WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN VIRTUAL LEARNING AND DISTANCE LEARNING?

Students who opted into the Distance Learning program will conduct their learning activities independently through Acellus Learning Accelerator. The program is self-guided, however, students are expected to complete their learning activities on a timely basis and show adequate progress throughout the learning period. A final grade will be assigned by our faculty members who are administering the Distance Learning program. Students are not assigned to a homeroom teacher while in the Distance Learning program. Students are still eligible to participate in the school meal program. Lunch will be a drive-thru pickup on Ma'ema'e Lane and families must reserve a lunch online at one week in advance. Information about the lunch protocols will be coming soon.

Virtual learning is for our students who are coming to campus for Face to Face instruction and will only occur when the school must shut down for a public health concern. This could be a as result of an on-campus infection, or if Governor Ige or Superintendent Kishimoto deem it necessary to close some or all DOE schools. Students will immediately transition to receiving instruction from their homeroom teachers through various tools, including Google Meet, Zoom, Google Classroom, and See Saw (Gr. 1 only). Teachers will be sharing info on what platforms they'll be using in the event of a virtual learning situation. When Ma'ema'e is safe to reopen, these students will return to face to face instruction on campus.

Schoolwide Curriculum Resources
Google Classroom
School Meal Program

While in Virtual, learning, students are eligible for school meals. For more information about the school meal program, please click on the button below. This page includes info about grab and go meals, pick-up procedures, ordering, online payment, and more.

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IReady Guide for Families
Additional Learning Resources

The following learning resources may be helpful and fun for kids. Some of these resources are not managed or reviewed by the school and use is at your discretion.

Tech Support

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General

Educational Resources from Rep. Kitagawa and Rep. Matayoshi

HIDOE Parent/Student Information

 

Science

Mystery Doug

Reading and Language Arts

Ma'ema'e Library (links for books, National Geographic, etc.)

Audible (Free audio books)

Scholastic Learn at Home

Sora (books online)

Math

Math Manipulatives

PE and Health

Kids Guide to Coronavirus

Counseling and Emotional Support during COVID-19

Ohana and Caregiver Information

Talking to Children about COVID-19

Parent and Caregiver Guide

World Health Organization Parent Resource

How to turn in Assignments in

Google Classroom

Additional Online Resources

These free online educational resources maybe used to supplement your child's learning experiences. These resources have been reviewed by our teachers, but their listing here is not an official endorsement by the school or the HIDOE.