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Graffiti is Everybody’s Problem. Report It!

Honolulu Police Department Graffiti Hotline, (808)723-3475.
Red and black ink graffiti defaces the books and backs of the statues located in the front of our Administrative building. The statue is visible from Salt Lake Boulevard. We are asking your help to STOP the graffiti at our school and in our community. Be alert as you drive by our school at night and early morning. If you see graffiti in progress, report it immediately to HPD.
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Donations to Charity: Lost and found items

13 lunch boxes, 27 jackets/sweatshirts, 3 shirts, and 18 water bottles left by students on campus at the end of first semester were donated to charity on Friday, January 3, 2020. We returned items labelled with a child's name. Parents are reminded to label items with your child's name. Check in your child's classroom and/or our lost and found table in the cafeteria should your child forget items at school. Items left on the lost and found table on March 20, 2020 will be donated charity.
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November Food Drive

Makalapa Elementary students headed by the Student Council wanted to extend Kindness Week to our community by having a canned food drive. Read more...
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Cell Phone Policy

Student cell phones must be kept in their backpacks on school campus this includes before and after school. Students are allowed to call parents in the office and in the class with adult permission.
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Parent Parking

1. Parents are allowed to park in unmarked stalls along Salt Lake Blvd.
2. Stalls in the front of the office are marked for Office and Health room business.
*Numbered Stalls are reserved for teachers.
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Morning Drop Off

Please do not drop your children off at school before 7:00 am. There is no morning adult supervision before this time. If needed, Kama'aina Kids runs a morning care program for a fee.
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