First day of school August 7, 2017, welcome back students, parents and teachers!
Kilauea students visiting the Kilauea Lighthouse

Kilauea students visiting the Kilauea Lighthouse







Welcome to the 2017-2018 school year!

Parent Meetings This Week!

Wednesday: Grades 3 and 4 begins in the cafeteria @8:00am  also Kindergarten Group A begins @12:30 in their classroom

Thursday: Grades 1 and 6th  begins @8:00am in the cafeteria and Kindergarten Group B 1:30pm in their classroom

Friday: Grades 2 and 5th – begins @8:00am in cafeteria

Here are a few helpful links:

School Supply List

August  2017  Menu

August Event Calendar

KS Calendar SY2017-18  


The vision of Kilauea School is to prepare all students with

the skills they need to be successful on the K-12  pathway towards 

success in college, career and citizenship.

Infinite Campus

We Vote Hawaii

Voice Thread

PTSA Information



Mahalo North Shore Lions and Aloha Roofing! The new tables are great!

Mahalo North Shore Lions and Aloha Roofing! The new tables are great!

Helpful Downloads

Notice of Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment


Parent Involvement Policy -Board of Education

Highly Qualified Teacher -Right to Know Letter

Kauai Regional Science and Engineering Fair

lions-tables2Science Fair Project Boards

USDA Nondiscrimination Policy USDA Nondiscrimination Policy

Student Information Privacy Student Information Privacy

Flash Puberty Education

Kilauea School Calendar 2016-17

We Light the Way Curriculum

EZ Meal App

Common Core Standards and resources

DOE Emergency Info brochure

AC Celebration

Rotary Adopt a Classroom and Chevron Donations Information

Kauai County Bus Stop Improvements Feedback

Reading Pals volunteer form

Washington DC/New York Educational Tour Opportunity

Kilauea School traffic flow map

Kilauea School Online Calendar

Highly Qualified Teacher Letter

Kilauea School shirt order form

Kilauea Robotics Kids Albatross Project

 First Grader Art Murals with artist Betty Jean Nativio

These beautiful Kilauea School 1st grader murals can be found in person at the gas station area of the Princeville Center. A special mahalo to Betty Jean Nativio for her work with the students.


Kauai’s Shining Stars in Education – April 2013 Show from Sean Doi on Vimeo.


The mural Mr. Schwemmer’s fifth grade class painted and presented to the legislature to raise awareness for the black algae infestation affecting our north shore’s coral reefs.



Thanks so much to Kehau Tegen for her efforts in recycling/redeeming the HI-5s at the school! We are grateful for the parents that have stepped up to coordinate this program. Please keep those HI-5 plastic bottles and cans coming in on Tuesday mornings and at the end of the school day. If nobody is there when you come at that time, please leave the recyclables on the pallet outside the door on the east side of the old cafeteria.

We’ve had some problems with bags being dropped by the recycle bins and a big box brought. As a reminder, please make sure that:

  • HI5 recyclables are brought in on TUESDAYS ONLY!
  • They have been rinsed out and caps removed-LABELS MUST BE ON THEM
  • They are properly sorted-plastics in one bag and cans in another
  • and another way you to recycle….KIUC just delivered 1,008 compact florescent bulbs to the school for us to pass out. Please bring your non-CFL bulbs to the PCNC/PSAP Room-A4 and trade them in for the CFLs. energy-wise!  Some of our classes are participating in an island wide competition to trade in the most bulbs!  Please tell your island family and friends about this free opportunity to be energy-wise!

MAHALO for your continued support!



Please take a look at a valuable resource for parents and students right here on this website. You will find the following features:
1. Announcement of the week’s events.
2. Interactive monthly calendar of events.
3. The PTSA Facebook feed that we encourage you to “Like”.
4. A link to participate in eScrip where just by shopping at the supermarket can add dollars to the school.
5. A link to the School Library Media Site where students can participate with online educational tools they also use at school.
6. Videos and photos that the students have produced.
7. School blog and administrative information.

Mahalo and we welcome your feedback and input.