October 19, 2016 Wai’alae Weekly Packet
To download/print the contents of the Wai’alae Weekly packet for October 19, 2016, click on the link below the document. october-19-2016-waialae-weekly-packet
MS4 Water Pollution Prevention Program
01a b Campus Water Pollution Prevention Program and School Newsletter09 Article (Consolidated) 01a1 Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Program (DOE) 01a2 About the City and County of Honolulu Storm Drain System (CC) 01a3 Protecting Water Quality from Urban Runoff (EPA) 02a1 Car Washing Guidelines (CC) 02a2 Only Rain … Continue reading
Internet Responsible User Policy
Wai’alae School’s Internet Responsible User Policy.Wai‘alae AUP.rev2013
WASC Mid-Cycle Progress Report (2015)
Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) Mid-Cycle Progress Report. WASCMid-CycleProgressReport
Annual Notification of Privacy Rights
Annual Notification of Privacy Rights: Know your privacy rights as they apply to 1) student record information; 2) directory information; 3) surveys and other information collection; and 4) military recruitment information. For more information on your privacy rights, the laws that protect them, and how to exercise your rights, contact … Continue reading
Wai'alae School is a student-centered school that honors the whole child. It is committed to nurturing a community of learners who strive for excellence and innovation, empowering all members of the community to actively engage in a democratic society.
The vision of Wai'alae School is to prepare children for the 21st century as:
*Well-rounded Individuals; Capable of Multiple Dimensions
*Creative Problem Solvers
*Self-Confident Risk Takers
*Socially Responsible to Others and the World
Wai`alae School first opened its doors in 1928. For many years, the school enjoyed a reputation of excellence. Its students consistently performed wells on standardized tests and by all traditional measures demonstrated high achievement and progress in learning. However, in 1990, the school community realized that to truly prepare students for the 21st century, traditional teaching practices would not suffice.
Our school is committed to self-assessment and reflection. We are always striving to refine the content of what we teach and to find better ways to impart that to children. Self-improvement often means change and so the quality educational experiences and outcomes that characterize Wai`alae School are likely to evolve over time.