KING KEKAULIKE HIGH SCHOOL

COMPREHENSIVE STUDENT SUPPORT SYSTEM

(CSSS) 2007-2008











121 KULA HIGHWAY

PUKALANI, HAWAII 96768

TELEPHONE: (808) 573-8710

FAX: (808) 573-2231

















(Revision 7/2007)





PRINCIPAL Susan Scofield



VICE PRINCIPAL Anthony Jones



VICE PRINCIPAL Pam Hoff



SCHOOL ADMINISTRATIVE Grace Shimabuku

SERVICES ASSISTANT (SASA)



ACCOUNT CLERK Ramona Breitha



OFFICE CLERK Ivy Sylva

OFFICE CLERK Chatel Llego

OFFICE CLERK Kristi Barlahan



REGISTRAR Cheryl Nakasone



OFFICE CLERK Cindy Ganiko



ATTENDANCE CLERK



STUDENT SERVICES Janina Amaral

COORDINATOR (A-K)



STUDENT SERVICES

COORDINATOR (L-Z)



OFFICE CLERK Jody Aveiro



504 COUNSELOR Sarah Donahue



CSAP COUNSELOR Theresa Cabral



CSAP Teacher Ed Enomoto



COUNSELOR Grade 9 Jamie Gomer



COUNSELOR Grade 10 Traci Ostermiller



COUNSELOR Grade 11 Leeann Matsumoto



COUNSELOR Grade 12 Karla Yankovich



LIBRARIAN Susan Tavares-Kinney



LIBRARY ASSISTANT



ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Kurtis Saiki



ATHLETIC TRAINER Jon Lazo



STUDENT ACTIVITIES Trisha Grimley

COORDINATOR (SAC)



HEALTH AIDE Lesley Spencer



PCNC June Kaneshiro



TECHNOLOGY Cary Honda

COORDINATOR



FOOD SERVICES Harry Yim

MANAGER



HEAD CUSTODIAN Lee Kuhaulua



BEHAVIORAL SPECIALIST Colleen Mattos

Debra Kaiwi

Trev McGrath

Wendy Brousseau

SAFETY MANAGEMENT Jesse Henderson



SPECIAL EDUCATION Clarence Rivers

Jonathan Bowe



SPECIAL EDUCATION Annette Canfield-Grove

TRANSITION TEACHER



SUBSTANCE ABUSE Lynn Garcia

COUNSELOR



ESLL TEACHER Renata Mock



NOVANET PROGRAM

AFTER-SCHOOL TUTORING



PEER MEDIATION,

RAINBOW GROUP



GEOGRAPHIC EXCEPTION Susan Scofield



FREE AND REDUCED LUNCH Office Staff



HOMEWORK REQUEST Grade Level Counselor



HOME-HOSPITAL INSTRUCTION Student Services Coordinator



PARENT COMMUNITY June Kaneshiro

NETWORKING CENTER (PCNC)



STANDARDS IMPLEMENTATION Cindy Asato-Kochi

DESIGN COORDINATOR (SID)



RESOURCE TEACHER FOR NEW Sadie Mossman

TEACHERS/SLC



SCHOOL COMMUNITY COUNCIL Principal



KKHS COMPLEX SUPPORT SERVICES



Autism Resource Teacher Sandrina Redfearn



CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST Dr. David Randall



SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST Michael McMullen



DISTRICT EDUCATIONAL Lesley Alexander

SPECIALIST (DES)

SCHOOL RENEWAL Sue Alivado

SPECIALIST



SCHOOL SOCIAL Gary Nakama (Gr 10-12)

WORKER Sherye Kuhia (Gr 9)

PUBLIC HEALTH Adrienne Yamaguchi

NURSE



CSSS Resource

Teacher



Department of Mike Russell

Health Supervisor



Department of Ken Fields

Health Coordinator



IDEA RESOURCE Teacher Wayne Omura



OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST Jessica Dollbaum



SPEECH PATHOLOGIST Christina Gonzalez



PHYSICAL THERAPIST Linda Griffith



CSSS INDEX OVERVIEW



ACADEMIC ORGANIZATIONS

Flag Team

Math League

Mock Trial

Science Bowl

Video Production



ADVISORY

Career Videos

Career Curriculum in Guidance Advisory



AGENCIES/SERVICES

Maui Kokua Services

Mental Health Kokua Services

Maui Family Support Services

Maui Youth & Family Services

Queen Liliuokalani Children's Center

Big Brothers & Big Sisters

Ku'ina at MCC

Police Department

Juvenile Counseling

Second Chance Program

P.O.I. (Positive Outreach Interventions)

Family Planning Services

Ohana Physicians Group

Aloha House Substance Abuse Program

BCRC-Behavioral Counseling & Research Center

Child and Family Services

PACT-Parent and Children Together

Nurse Finders

HETI-Hawaii Education & Treatment Interventions

Family Planning Center of Hawaii

Upward Bound-Maui Community College

Driver's Education Classes



ATHLETICS

Air Riflery

Bowling

Cheerleading

Cross Country

Football

Volleyball

Competitive Cheerleading

Soccer

Basketball

Wrestling

Paddling

Swimming/Diving

Softball

Water Polo

Baseball

Golf

Tennis

Track & Field

Judo



CAREER

Career Awareness

Military Representatives

Workplace Readiness

Community Based Instruction

Career Fair



CLUB AND ORGANIZTIONS

HONOR SOCIETIES

National Honor Society-Ka 'Ikena O na Ali'i Chapter

Tri-M Music Honor Society



SERVICE CLUBS

Interact

Key

Leo Club



INTERST CLUBS

Art/Fiber Arts Club

EAST Club

Dramatic Arts Club

Student Film Club

Fishing Club

Institution of Vindication of Education

Philosophy Club

Youth Alive Club

Hiking and Natural History Club

Japanese Club

Hawaiian Club

French Club

Spanish Club



COLLEGE PREPARATION

PSAT/SAT/ACT/ASVAB

SAT Prep Courses

College Visits & Visitors

Advanced Placement Classes

Pre-Advanced Placement Classes

Running Start Program



COUNSELING

Peer Mediation

Walk-in Counseling High Risk Counseling

Substance Abuse Counseling

Special Motivation Counseling

Behavioral Specialist Counseling

Peer Education Program



HEALTH/SAFTTY

Anger Management

Crime Stoppers

Health Aide

Parent Shadowing

Parenting for Teens

Residential Programs

Drug Treatment Programs

Public Health Nurse

School Resource Officer

Social Skills Program

Smoking Cessation



MEDIA

PCNC Newsletter & Website

Daily Bulletin

Scholarship Bulletin

Newspaper

Yearbook

Employment Bulletin



PARENT/COMMUNITY

Open House

Parent Coffee Hour

PTSA

Parents Project

School Community Based Management

Volunteers



SOCIAL ACTIVITIES

Homecoming

Winter Ball

Senior Luau

Freshman Banquet

Sophomore Banquet

Junior Prom

Senior Ball

Senior Bash

Athletic Sports Banquet



SPECIAL NEEDS

Special Education

Friend for a Friend

ESLL

504 Accommodations

Home Hospital

Occupational Therapy

School Based Behavioral Health Counseling

Physical Therapy

Speech Therapy

Adaptive PE

Intensive Individual Service Consultant

Skills Trainer

Educational Assistants



STUDENT GOVERNMENT

Associated Students of King Kekaulike (ASKK)

Student Mentoring



TECHNOLOGY

EAST Project

E-School

Computer Labs

Nova Net



TRANSITION PROGRAM

Transition Services

Summer Net

Student Mentor Program



TUTORING

Peer Tutoring (NHS)
WIN 2000 Reading Program

Special Motivation

Teacher Assistance

Ka Ipu Ka'eo Project



ACADEMIC TEAMS

Mock Trial

A nationally sponsored academic club where students receive a case to be argued in a trial competition. Students take on various roles as prosecutor, defense attorney, and witness



Science Bowl

The Science Bowl is an interscholastic science competition based on the old College Bowl Format. They compete in a round-robin answering questions on Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geology, and Astronomy of Hawaii



ADVISORY

All students enrolled at King Kekaulike High School are enrolled in a grade-level advisory class composed of a mentor teacher and approximately 20 students. Each grade level follows a prepared curriculum to expose students to foundation skills, social relationships and civic responsibilities, economic efficiency, self-realization lessons, and Career Pathways.



AGENCIES/SERVICES

Maui Kokua Services

PO. Box 1237

Wailuku, Hawaii 96793

Phone: 244-7405

Provides children and adults with a 24-hour, 7 days a week crisis outreach team. It provides evaluation, counseling and referral for persons experiencing acute mental or emotional health problems and family instability.



Mental Health Kokua Services-Help Lines

P.O. Box 1237

Wailuku, Hawaii 96793

Phone: 244-7405

Provides a 24-hour professional telephone assistance in suicide prevention/crisis intervention and assists with problems arising from drug abuse, alcoholism, family concerns, relationship conflicts, or mental illness. Operates a crisis shelter for persons who require immediate intervention.



Maui Family Support Services

1844 Wili Pa Loop, Suite 200

Wailuku, Hawaii 96793

Phone: 242-0900

A service that provides free assistance to help parents create a stable and nurturing environment for their children. Comprehensive services focus on resolving family tensions, teaching positive parenting skills, and linking families to additional community resources.



Maui Youth & Family Services

P.O. Box 790006

Paia, Hawaii 96779

Phone: 579-8414

A service that provides a full range of services including emergency shelter for children and youth, family therapy, adolescent substance abuse treatment, family preservation, independent living, foster and group homes, youth services in-school and in-home programs, multidisciplinary consultations an experiential activities. Program operates on a sliding fee scale for family counseling.



Queen Liliuokalani Children's Center

1791 Wili Pa Loop

Wailuku, Hawaii 96793

Phone: 242-8888

An organization established to help orphaned and destitute Hawaiian children by providing for a safe family environment. Assists with counseling, financial assistance, foster care, adoption, and legal guardianship.



Big Brothers & Sisters

P.O. Box 427

Kahului, Hawaii 96733

Phone: 573-6916

A broad based Mentoring program that focuses on meeting youths most basic developmental needs. The program places children in one-to-one professionally supported mentoring relationships with caring volunteers. The after school mentoring Program is a more structured program which focuses on building academic as well as relationship skills.





Ku'ina at MCC Police Department-Juvenile Counseling

This focuses on prevention and identification of juvenile delinquency. Counselors work with the youth and their family by providing counseling and referrals. Services available include individual and family counseling, self-esteem and anger management groups, consultations, presentations, and special projects.



Second Chance Program

A prevention and intervention program for first-time status offenders and minor law violators. This program provides the participants with the tools to be more responsible and productive within the community.



Project Positive Outreach Interventions (P.O.I)

Due to the length of time between arrest and a Family Court appearance, juveniles do not receive immediate consequences for their negative actions or criminal behavior. Project P.O.I. holds juveniles accountable for their actions by administering consequences such as writing an apology to the victim, and performing community services.



Family Planning Services

Community Clinic of Maui

48 Lono Avenue

Kahului, Hawaii 96732

Phone: 871-7772



Ohana Planning Services

Phone: 572-9858



Aloha House

1787 Wili Pa Loop, Suite 7

Wailuku, Hawaii 96793

Phone: 249-2121



Behavioral Counseling & Research Center (BCRC)

1600 Kapiolani Blvd., Suite 1040

Honolulu, Hawaii 96814

Phone: 945-3055



Child and Family Services (CFS)

333 Dairy Road, Suite 201

Kahului, Hawaii 96732

Phone: 877-6888



Parents & Family Together (PACT)

A Family Service Agency

81 N. Market Street, Suite 200

Wailuku, Hawaii 96793

244-2330



NurseFinders

2200 Main Street, Suite 650

Kahului, Hawaii 96732

Phone: 244-4700



Hawaii Education & Treatment Interventions (HETI)

1787 Wili Pa Loop, Suite 7

Wailuku, Hawaii 96793

Phone: 249-2121



Family Planning Center of Hawaii

Planned Paretnhood of Hawaii

140 Hoohana Street, Suite 303

Kahului, Hawaii 96732

Phone: 871-1176



Upward Bound-MCC

310 Kaahumanu Avenue

Kahului, Hawaii 96732

Phone: 242-1299

Upward Bound provides high school students with the opportunity to improve their basic skills in order to prepare them to succeed in post secondary institutions (universities, community colleges, business schools, etc.). It is a program for students who have the potential and motivation to succeed, but require academic and financial assistance and guidance.



ATHLETICS

Contact Person-Athletic Director

All athletes are required to have a physical prior to playing or practicing.

All athletes need to sign a weight training agreement, assumption of risk, and an emergency card to participate.

All athletes are to abide by all school rules and regulations.

All athletes need to have a 2.0 or higher GPA.

All athletes are issued a student athletic handbook.



CAREER

Formal and informal awareness of the many career options are available through guidance classes, school counselors, teachers, and advisory classes. Various staff members offer career suggestions, based on students' strengths, talents and interests. A wide variety of 10-20 minute career videos are available from the school counselor.



Military Representative Visit

Military recruiters speak to interested individuals about college and career opportunities that the military offers.



Workplace Readiness

This program is offered through the Special Education Department. Students spend most or all of the school day in one classroom, learning workplace readiness skills.



Community Based Instruction (CBI)

This program is offered to special education students who have severe physical and/or cognitive disabilities. Emphasis is on functional life skills in many settings, including school, home, work, and the community.



Career Fair

This program is an annual opportunity for students to receive information about careers through guest speakers and visiting career and business exhibits.



CLUBS

Art/Photo

Art/Photo club promotes learning outside the regular classroom environment in areas of art & photography. Fundraisers are held annually to raise money for art supply scholarships to be awarded to graduating seniors who are active members in the club, and who have been accepted into a post secondary art program.



Color Guard

The Color Guard Team choreographs flag twirling routines with the KKHS marching band. They participate in various activities and parades.



Dramatic Arts

The Dramatic Arts Company understands and applies knowledge of theatre skills (acting/Tech Theatre), knows cultural histories, analyzes and critiques formal and informal theatre, communicates orally using various forms, applies knowledge of verbal and nonverbal language, and demonstrates confidence as communicators.



EcoAction

The Eco Action club performs various environmental service projects to benefit the school and community. Members work with other environmental groups within the state, such as the Nature Conservancy, the Native Hawaiian plan society, the US Fish and Wildlife service, and the National Park service.



Fishing

Fishing club members learn about a wide variety of marine life and natural treasures of the waters around us. Safety and conservation of the environment also play a big part.



Marketing

A national association of marketing education students, DECA is an integral part of the business classroom instructional program in the Marketing or Entrepreneur classes. Students prepare for state competition in eight categories of marketing and retail sales, which include examinations, role-playing and seminars.



FFA

FFA strives to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education.



Future Scientists & Engineers of America

Future Scientists & Engineers of America is a national program which provides students with the opportunity to experience real engineering and science with practical, hands on projects that challenge students to solve problems creatively.



Hawaiian

The Hawaiian Club offers students the opportunity to help out the school, community, and environment by having a hands-on experience with the Hawaiian culture.



Hiking & Natural History

In the KKHS Hiking and Natural History club students learn and enjoy hiking skills, etiquette, wood technology, history, culture and science in an informal setting.



Interact

The KKHS Interact club is a service club sponsored by the Upcountry Maui Rotary club. Members participate in school, community, and international service projects throughout the year.



Japanese

The purpose of the KKHS Japanese club is to provide students with experiences which will broaden their understanding of the practices, perspectives and products of Japanese culture and society.



Kiwins

King Kekaulike Kiwin's club, sponsored by the Kiwins club of Kahului, serves the school and community by developing initiative and leadership in living and working together.



Leo

A service club that gives young people an opportunity, through a partnership with Kahului Lion's club, to develop responsible, service minded individuals.



National Honor Society

The students selected into the NHS create an enthusiasm for scholarship, stimulate a desire to render service, promote worthy leadership, and encourage the development of character in all students.



Tri-M Honor Society

The Tri-M Music Honor Society was developed to motivate students, recognize their efforts, and honor their accomplishments.



Video Production Team

The Video Production team will video various school activities and keep a video archive. Additionally, members are able to work on personal projects.



COLLEGE PREPARATION PSAT/SAT/ACT/ASVAB

PSAT-this is the preliminary SAT, primarily for juniors (it only counts towards scholarships when student are juniors), although freshmen and sophomores can take too.



SAT-Stanford Achievement Test used to measure student achievement. Given to 10th graders in April. Now it's been replaced by HCPS, which will be give to sophomores in April 02.

COLLEGE BOARD SAT-Used to determine a student's potential to succeed in college. Given Oct., Nov., Dec., Jan., Mar., May, and June.

ACT-Same purpose as College Board SAT. Given Sept., Oct., Dec., Feb., April, and June.

ASVAB-Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery is administered to all juniors each year. Results are used to help students identify career that match their interests, abilities, work values, and educational commitment.



College Visits & Visitors

College/University and other post-secondary institution representatives visit on campus periodically throughout the school year to conduct informational meetings for interested students and their parents.



Advanced Placement Classes

Art Studio

Biology

Calculus

English Language

English Composition & Literature

Psychology

US History

Chemistry



Pre-Advanced Placement Classes

These classes are designed for students who would like to challenge themselves with a more rigorous course of study.



COUNSELING

Peer Mediation

Available to all KKHS students through the Counseling Department. Students help students resolve problems. Mediators gain the ability to solve problems of others and themselves.



Walk-In Counseling

Walk-In services are available.



High Risk Counseling-CSAP

Comprehensive School Alienation Program includes exploration field trips, individual group counseling, career/post or alternative education program, drop out prevention program, and/or helps students look for other alternatives. It is also for regular education students that fit two or more of the following criteria:

10 or more unexcused absences

2 or more failed classes

Retained more than one year

Pregnant/parenting

Adjudicated

Failed HSTEC/equivalent

3 or more class A, B, C, D offenses



Substance Abuse Counseling

Open to all students. The Maui Youth & Family Services counselors provide services two days a week after school for two hours. The purpose of the program is to address drug problems on campus. It is an alternative to suspension.



Peer Education Program (PEP)

The PEP mission is to assist students in developing a healthy lifestyle by fostering positive self-esteem and responsible decision-making.





HEALTH/SAFETY

Anger Management

The Anger Management Program is designed to help students who need to learn to control their emotions. Currently, it meets with the school psychologist every Friday during advisory and lasts approximately 6 to 8 weeks.



Crime Stoppers

The Crime Stopper program is run by the Maui Police Department for the County of Maui. This program is about solving crimes. It involves citizens providing information anonymously to the Police Department to assist in solving crimes. It operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A School Resource Officer is stationed at King Kekaulike High school to assist crime prevention on campus.



Health Aide

King Kekaulike High School's Health Aide is located in the administration building. The Health Aide's major function is to provide first aid and emergency care, administer prescribed medicine, follow up on health status and provide health instruction to school-aged children.



Parent Shadowing

The Vice Principal may invite a parent to follow his or her child around for the entire day ("shadow" the student) if a child misbehaves persistently. This is a way to encourage the child to improve his or her behavior in school.



Parenting for Teens

The Department of Education Pregnant Teens Program is a collaborative effort between the school, community, and family. The purpose of the program is to encourage pregnant teens to stay in school. Student can take this class and receive credit for four semesters.



Referrals to:

Residential programs

Residential program are available to special education student whose social/emotional difficulties warrant placement outside the family home.



Drug Treatment Programs.

Community programs at Aloha House are available to students who are qualified.



Public Health Nursing (PHN)

The Public Health Nursing Branch is located at the Department of Health. A School Health Aide is assigned to a specific public school. The Public Health Nursing Branch works collaboratively with numerous programs within the Department of Health, as well as with public and private organizations/agencies in the community. PHN services are goal directed, family and community centered, and include collaboration with individuals' families, group, and the community regarding needs during illness and wellness. The work setting includes the home, clinics, neighborhood centers, schools, nursing offices and/or work sites. The main function of this school health aide position is to provide first aid and emergency care to the school-aged population.



School Resource Officer

A police officer from the Maui Police Department serves as the School Resource Officer. They are stationed at King Kekaulike High School Monday through Friday from 8:00 to 2:00. His/her office is located in the administration building. The School Resource Officer's job is to assist with crime prevention on campus.



Social Skills Program

The Social Skills program is a counseling group that can be formed if the need arises. The purpose of the group is to improve students' interaction the other in school.



Smoking Cessation

The smoking Cessation program consists of 10 sessions and is for students who wish to quit smoking. The Smoking Cessation program is designed to provide a total health approach to helping adolescents quit smoking, increase healthy lifestyles, enhance self-control, and improve life skills such as stress management, decision making, coping and interpersonal skills. The sessions take place during study hall and are located in the Administration Staff Lounge.



MEDIA

PCNC Newsletter

The Parent Community Networking Center Facilitator compiles this 6-8 page newsletter each month for distribution to students, staff, PTSA members, and the community. An open letter from the principal and articles from various faculty members make up the bulk of this publication which is aimed, primarily at keeping parents informed of school happenings. In addition to the newsletter, a website (Kekaulike.com) provides parents with an array of information including the daily bulletin, athletic events, the café menu, college representative schedule, and a number of useful links. This site has had over 700 hits this current year. An e-mail listing has been compiled of some 113 parents to whom notices and reminders of key events is provided.



Daily Bulletin

The Daily Bulletin is printed for all teachers on Monday, and made available to teachers electronically during the rest of the week. Most classrooms post the daily bulletin, and it may also be located on the KKHS web page.



Scholarship Bulletin

The Scholarship Bulletin is a listing of major scholarships that are available for college bound students. Senor counselor compiles this list and makes it available to juniors and seniors on college night and at his/her office throughout the year. Scholarships are also announced in the morning bulletin. Students who receive scholarships are asked to inform the senior counselor who publicizes these winners in the graduation program.



Newspaper

The school newspaper, Ka Leo, is published monthly and circulated to 453 subscribers. The paper has consistently earned certificates of merit in the Hawaii State Publishers Association annual awards and won the Outstanding Photography award in 1999.



Yearbook

The yearbook, Ka Nu'u, is published annually by the yearbook class. The yearbook includes photos of all students and covers some 14 clubs and 34 sports. 1,150 copies are printed for the students and faculty. The students must submit an application to join the Yearbook class 1, 11, 111 or 1V, during preregistration in January.



PARENTS/COMMUNITY

Open House

The Open House is an annual event held in September. It affords the parents an opportunity to meet the teachers and familiarize themselves with the expectations and grading policies. A special flyer is sent home with the students providing the parents with their child's class schedule, teacher's names and room numbers a week before the event.



Parent Coffee Hour

Parent coffee hour is held on the first Friday of each month from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. in the faculty dining room. This meeting draws parents through announcements in the bulletin and PCNC Newsletter. The principal typically opens with a brief 15 minute presentation after which the attendees' questions and concerns are addressed.



PTSA

The KKHS Parent/Teacher/Student/Association has been in existence since 1994. Membership has numbered approximately 350 members with 200+ parents, 100 students, and a handful of teachers. Dues are $6 plus $3 if mailings are requested. The board typically holds monthly meetings with the principal, and a quarterly general membership meeting. Activities that have been successful during the past years include annual campus beautification work days, teacher support week, and the Senior Graduation Bash, which is sponsored under the PTSA insurance policy and coordinated by senior parent committee.



Parents Project

A program designed to support parents of strong willed adolescent children. Parents learn effective ways to improve their child's school performance and skills to help them address problematic behaviors.



School Community Based Management

A group of people representing six stakeholder groups: Teachers, parents, classified, administrative, students, and community. Their goals are to see that the school purpose is achieved.



Volunteers

The PCNC coordinates the parent/community volunteers who assist in a variety of capacities. Jobs include serving on FOL comities, printing and collating the monthly PCNC newsletter and the back-to-school packets, and assisting with the parking during graduation



SOCIAL ACTIVITIES

Winter Ball

Senior Luau

Sophomore Banquet

Junior Prom

Senior Ball

Freshman Blast

Senior Bash

The objective is to provide activities for students to develop personal and social relationships both within their own class and within the whole school.



SPECIAL NEEDS

Special Education

Special education services are designed to meet the unique needs of student with disabilities, while preparing them for postsecondary education, employment, and/or independent living. Qualified students receive special education services in the least restrictive environment possible. Services may be rendered in the regular education classroom, a resource room, or a self-contained classroom, special education school, or residential facility.



Friend for Friend

This program is for students who volunteer to go to CBI class once a week to spend quality time with the CBI students. It is an opportunity for students from various backgrounds to connect and feel included.



ESLL

The ESLL program offers supplementary instruction to students for whom English is a second language. Students who qualify may receive individualized assistance within the regular education classroom, or be pulled out to receive supplemental intensive language instruction on a one-to-one basis, or in small groups.



504 Accommodations

Available to students who do not qualify for special education services, but who still have very special needs. A 504 plan details the adjustments and modifications classroom teachers and other school staff are to make in order for these students to benefit from their educational programs.



Home Hospital

Should a student become physically or emotionally unable to attend school on a full time basis, they may be eligible to receive home hospital services. In such cases, tutors provide academic instruction in the student's home. This service is available to both regular and special education students.



Occupational Therapy (OT)

Occupational Therapy is available to qualifying students whose abilities are threatened or impaired by such factors as developmental deficiencies, physical injury, or illness. Services help to restore and enhance muscular control and fine motor skills.



Physical Therapy (PT)

Physical therapy is available to qualifying students with disabilities. Physical therapists work to improve/restore neuromuscular, musculoskeletal, sensory-motor, and related cardiovascular and respiratory functions.



Speech Therapy

Speech therapy services are available to qualifying students who have an impairment of speech involving articulation, voice, and 1 or fluency.



Adaptive PE

KKHS provides students with disabilities an adapted/modified physical education program that addresses their unique needs and abilities.



Intensive Individual Service

Supervised the Skills Trainers



Skills Trainer/Educational Assistance

A qualified trainer/paraprofessional who provides one-to-one services for students who need additional assistance with various skills depending on individualized educational plan.



STUDENT GOVERNMENT

Associated Students of King Kekaulike Executive Board (ASKK).

This group of our elected officers that represent the school.



School Community Based Management (SCBM) representatives

Two students that are elected to represent al students on the SCBM council.



Maui District Student Council Organization

One elected student that represents all of our students at the district level.



Associated Students of King Kekauilke Council (ASKK)

This is a group of our elected officers that represent the school and grade level classes



Student Senate

This is a group of students that are chosen by their advisory classes to attend bi-monthly meetings to represent the voice of their advisory classes.



Technology

EAST

Environmental and Spatial Technology (EAST) is a two semester course in which students us state of the art computer hardware and software tools and engage in a project based approach to problem solving. After learning how to use the needed tools student will work independently and in teams to solve "real world" type problems.



E-School

E-School is a 1996 US DOE Technology Innovation Challenge Grantee. It is a virtual school that offers standards-based high school credits to public school students throughout the State of Hawaii. Students may take courses online during the school year at no cost; however, tuition is charged the credit for summer courses. Classes are offered in Guidance, Educational Technology, Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, Fine Arts and Math.



NovaNet

A computer-based, online learning system. Students have the opportunity to retrieve his/her lost credit(s) by participating in this online program. NovaNet lessons is self-placed, independent study program. Access to this computer based program will be offered during recess, lunch, and after school.



Computer Labs

We have three computer classrooms at KKHS; two can be considered labs. The third is a computer workroom and repair training classroom (F-104) where repair training for the A+ certification class takes place. One of the two labs is a Macintosh lab; the other lab is a business application PC lab. The PC lab is used only by the Vocational Technology Department for the business application classes. The Library/Media Center is another computer resource center where student have access to computers.



Graphics

We have 15 Macintosh workstations, 9 Mac laptop workstations, 2 networked laser printers (one color, one black & white), 2 flatbed scanners, 1 film/negative scanner, 3 inkjet printers, 1 large format inkjet printer, 4 clip art libraries (CD-ROM), 3 digital cameras, 1 smart board, 3 drawing tablets.



TRANSITION PROGRAM

Transition Services

This service is available to all special education students. The staff offers written information and takes students on jobsite and community college visitations to expose them to careers and opportunities beyond high school.



Summer Net

A summer transitional program for high risk incoming freshmen. The program emphasizes team building, bonding with staff and administrators, and teaches skills to be successful in high school.



Student Mentor Program

This is a group of student volunteers who commit to going into9th grade advisory classes, help with 8th grade visitation and 9th grade orientation, present grade level information, and team building activities.



TUTORING

Homework requests

When a student is absent, they or their parents may call the office to request missed assignments from teachers. Generally, teachers are given 24 hours to compile work and send to the office for pick-up by student/parent.



WIN 2000 Reading Program

Computer-based literacy program using educational software to provide individualized assessment and instruction related to all areas of functional literacy. This program is currently offered to special education students with reading difficulties.



Special Motivation-Part of CSAP

The special motivation class serves alienated on-campus students. The instructional program is individualized and activity oriented, with an emphasis on social and personal development as well as acquisition of academic skills. Individual student needs are more readily met by adjusting curriculum content, changing and varying teaching strategies, providing more intensified guidance, counseling services, and providing flexible time schedules. Group guidance activities are used to develop and enhance appropriate social interactions.



Peer Tutoring (NHS)

Students belonging to the National Honor Society provide tutoring to fellow KKHS students in the school library from 7:20 a.m. to 7:45 a.m. Students can see school counselors for more information



Teacher Assistance

Each individual teacher sets up study sessions with their students when needed.



Ka Ipu Ka'eo Project

After-school tutoring program for 2007-2008 schoolyear.



OFFENCES D C B A

Follow the KKHS Student Action Plan

Alert!

Be sure and call student's Parent/Guardian

Give a solution that involves the support for the parent



If student behavior continues after using Level 1 strategies, turn in a Request for Assistance to Student Services Coordinator for level 2 strategies or higher. School counselors will coordinate Level 2 and 3 follow-up.



















INTERVENTION THERMOMETER