Welcome


E komo mai! Welcome to the Keaukaha Elementary School (KES) website! Keaukaha School was founded in 1930 and provides K-6 regular education and special educational services. More than ninety percent of KES students are of Hawaiian ancestry. KES is located in the heart of Hawaiian Homestead Lands. The Keaukaha community is one of the first two Hawaiian Homestead Lands established by the Hawaiian Home Commission Act by Prince Jonah Kūhio Kalanianaʻole.




Principal's Message

  • Keaukaha School Principal, Kumu Stacey Bello

  • It's the Week of May Day!!!!

    Aloha Mai Kakou!!

    “If you are lucky enough to find a way of life you love, you have to find the courage to live it.

    ~ John Irving

    We have a super busy two weeks ahead of us!

    First of all, May Day is on Friday!! Our haumana are preparing for their various performances as we plan to celebrate the 90th anniversary of our Keaukaha homestead. We are looking forward to Friday’s program. I hope you can join us!

    Second, we are moving into our new cafeteria on Monday, May 4! A letter from me was sent home afternoon with some information about our move. All students, both Ka ‘Umeke Ka’eo and Keaukaha Elementary, will be able to eat in the new facility for the first time during breakfast and lunch. It will be such an exciting time! Please help us by talking to your child about the importance of taking care of our brand new million-dollar facility. We want to make sure it lasts for many Keaukaha generations to come!

    And lastly, next week (May 4-8) is Staff Appreciation Week! This is a time where we celebrate everyone on our Keaukaha campus for the work that they do every single day for our keiki and community! Students, parents, and community members can show their appreciation of teachers, educational assistants, tutors, office staff, custodial staff, and adult supervisors by simply giving them a lei and saying "MAHALO". Please help us recognize our staff members on Tuesday, May 5, with a lei. It can be any type of lei; a flower lei, yarn lei, kukui nut lei, paper lei, etc. It truly is the thought that counts!! Mahalo nui to everyone who works at Keaukaha! You are truly appreciated for all that you do!

    As I said earlier, we have a busy two weeks ahead of us. But it is sure to be exciting!! 

    Be Strong, Be Proud, Be Pono!

    A Hui Hou!

    Kumu Stacey Bello 

    Posted by Stacey Bello
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News & Announcements

  • April 2015 Na Makau Aloha Mai Kakou..... Click here to see all of our past and up coming events. Keaukaha school & Ka `Umeke Ka`eo will be having our May Day on May 1st for more information click on the link.... MahaloApril 2015.pdf
    Posted Apr 7, 2015, 11:32 AM by Jandi Kamanu
  • March 2015 Na Makau Aloha Mai Kakou! So many exciting events have happened last month, like our first Career Day! Click on the link to check out past and upcoming events and other information about Keaukaha School. files
    Posted Mar 5, 2015, 11:00 AM by Jandi Kamanu
  • Na Makau Feb 2014 Aloha Mai Kakou..... Click here to check out all the fun events that happen last month and all the activities coming up this month.feb 2015.pdf
    Posted Feb 19, 2015, 2:18 PM by Jandi Kamanu
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