News and Announcements

Kaukau 4 Keiki Program

In addition to the (76) summer feeding locations, the "kaukau 4 keiki" program offers meals to rural areas statewide with area zip code 967xx. Get all the details at

Nānākuli-Wai'anae Kids and American Heart Challenge

Physical Activity is one of the best things people can do to improve their health. CDC states that it’s possible—and important—to be physically active while social distancing. Let's kick off our Nānākuli-Wai'anae Heart Challenge to keep our students active and healthy!

Leihoku Family Shows Appreciation

Leihoku staff got a special surprise from a thoughtful and generous family.  The family provided them "Thank You" gifts for all that Leihoku does for the Waianae community.  We are grateful to be working in such a loving community.  
Check out Honoring Aloha: The HĀ Challenge for pictures of showcasing ALOHA


The purpose of the Hoʻāla Assistance Program is to provide one-time emergency financial assistance (up to $1000 per household) to Hawaiʻi residents facing hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic. HRF is made possible through a partnership between the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement, Hawaiʻi Community Foundation, and Pierre & Pam Omidyar. The program aims to provide stability to families during this emergency situation. Click HOʻĀLA ASSISTANCE PROGRAM FUNDED BY THE HAWAII RESILIENCE FUND in RED above for more information.

Remote Learning Resources

Aloha Families! Please click "Remote Learning Resources" in red above to links of the resources you can use at home. We hope you will use these educational websites to keep your child active with their learning. Refer to the Spectrum announcement on the bottom for FREE Internet access.

Masayuki Tokioka Excellence in School Leadership Award 2020 Nominee

Mrs Ray Pikelny is the Nanakuli-Waianae nominee for this leadership award. She is one of 15 Hawaii DOE school principals from across the state to be presented with this honor.
We are so very proud of her accomplishments and her commitment to the children and the Waianae community.
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