HIDOE employees, contracted service providers, visitors and students must complete a wellness check each morning before going to school or work if fully vaccinated or not. Please report any illness or COVID-19 exposure to the school or supervisor. Click on the article to read the guidance on performing a wellness check, and whether or not you have to isolate.
Second Quarter Report Cards will be distributed in students' STARS classes on Monday, January 10th, 2022. Students without STARS can see Mrs. Lawrence at the LRC to pick up their report cards. Distance learners can make arrangements to pick up report cards or check the Infinite Campus portal for final grades.
Mrs.Tillery, an HHS counselor, will be holding this meeting for incoming 9th-grade parents. During this meeting, we will go over registration guidelines and provide assistance for filling out the paperwork.
UPDATE: (12/6/21, 1:11pm) Girls Volleyball Game at Hilo vs. Waianae High is on as scheduled - 3:30pm.
If you would like to support our GVB team during their HHSAA play-in game vs Waianae today, December 6, 2021 at 3:30pm, here is the link to purchase tickets. All ticket purchases MUST be made online. Spectators must be fully vaccinated for COVID 19 and present Vaccination Card, or present a negative antigen or PCR COVID 19 test taken through a certified CLIA certified laboratory within 48 hours. MASKS MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES
The Hawaiian Kingdom became an independent Nation state on November 28th 1843, with the leadership of Mōʻī Kamehameha the third- Kauikeaouli. With the help of Timoteo Haʻalilo, William Richards, and Sir George Simpson who travelled to France, Europe and the United States, Hawaiʻi became one of the the first non-European Nations recognized as an independent state in the world. This day became known as Lā Kūʻokoʻa or Hawaiian Independence Day.