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  • Apartment
    1531 Kamehameha IV Road, Honolulu, HI 96819
    $1,150
    • Studio-2 Beds
    • 1 Bath
    Available Today! Last updated 19 Oct 2019
    (808) 400-8946

Pearl Harbor Kai Elementary School Overview

1 C Ave, Honolulu, HI 96818 , Tel: +1 (808) 421-4245 Hawaii Department Of Education

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Pearl Harbor Kai Elementary School Ratings & Reviews

September 03, 2018 Submitted by a parent
Wonderful teachers and staff. My children have thrived at this school. Teachers and staff have been willing to sit and discuss any issues I’ve had.
March 15, 2018 Submitted by a parent
Serving a predominantly military population, I expect professionalism and courtesy from school staff. Teachers openly discuss their displeasure with their jobs, refusing to stay for meetings on early release days, complaining about working after school hours to accommodate a parent & an IEP, openly questioning whether they will return to the school the following year. Staff aren't very supportive of students. Parent support is also lacking. PTO meetings consist of the same 6 parents.CLOMP (Computers, Library, Other, Music & PE) is every other week maybe, which is unacceptable. The Hawaiiana teacher retired, no more Hawaiiana. A PE teacher isn't a requirement for movement. Students should have some form of physical activity daily to concentrate in the classroom. Air conditioners. I do hope the funding comes through soon!I appreciate the school sports: volleyball, basketball, and track; however, the process should be official with mandatory tryouts and teams announced.
December 20, 2013 Submitted by a parent
Well, unfortunately what you read about Hawaii public schools are true, and PHK is no different. This has to be one of the worst schools my kids have EVER attended. To start off, there is no security in place on campus. Any Tom, Dick or Harry can freely walk onto the abundance of unsecured entries on campus, no questions asked. What irks me the most about this school is that its apparent that they are just marking off their to-do list of academic goals to reach for the year, regardless of how much or how little your student is understanding. My daughter had one of the "nicest" 5th grade teachers. Sure she's nice, but she easily let her slip right on through the cracks of the school system. My daughter is assigned 5-9 pages of just math homework a night. Her teacher has the students correct their work in class on their own, never to see the homework herself again until test day. Then when it came time for tests, that was the only time the teacher discovered how much she didn't understand. Too little, too late and once again, they just moved on to the next chapter never to touch upon the methods she just failed. No child left behind? PLEASE!!! This school is a joke!
September 07, 2013 Submitted by a parent
There are positive and negative aspects of this school (as with most schools). Overall I think the positive outweighs negative. The teachers here have been wonderful! Very caring and focused on the children. The school does not have art class and the 'specials' (PE, music, library and computer) are all done on one day, rotating every eight days.
September 07, 2013 Submitted by a parent
I have so far been very impressed with this school. First, I am always greeted with a smile when going into the front office. Everyone in there is extremely nice and helpful. When I was a kid, each class had 1 teacher to 20-25 students. There were no volunteers or helpers. At PHK, there are many helpers everywhere! The extra hands do so much for these kids. I also love that they let the kids help out as crossing guards (they pay them!) and they let them help out in the cafeteria. I saw one comment where they complained that volunteers didn't have food licenses...I don't know about that, but they wear plastic over their hair and they wear gloves. I love that the kids have a hand in helping the school run. Everyone working together. I went to eat lunch with my son one day and I love the food they serve! I think it is so much better (and healthier) than the cafeteria lunches I had as a kid. There are always going to be "better" schools, not everyone will be happy with this school. It is a very safe school, imo. They take measures to ensure the safety of the kids (why I love all of the volunteers).
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